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Is Your VW or Audi Dealer Screening Your Calls?
Audi and Volkswagen are giants of the German automotive industry and are two companies with an impressive global reach. In the United States, these automakers are particularly popular. For instance, consider that in 2020 Audi ended the year with its most successful quarter in company history, supplying a total of 505,583 cars. For Volkswagen, the end of 2020 also brought positive signs despite the troubles that many sellers had earlier in the year as a result of the pandemic. In the United States alone, Volkswagen of America, Inc. reported 94,330 units delivered in the fourth quarter of 2020, which was an increase of 11 percent from the previous year.
Growing Pains of the Audi e-tron Cause Frustration and Expense for New Owners
The e-tron Quattro concept was first revealed by Audi at the 2016 Frankfurt Auto show. It introduced a series of electric and hybrid cars from the German automaker in line with parent company Volkswagen’s commitment to electrify its entire line-up of cars by 2030. The first fully electric Audi did not hit the U.S. market until 2019 with the Audi e-tron. New for 2022, Audi is adding the smaller, more affordable, Audi Q4 e-tron compact SUV and Sportback to its e-tron line-up. Like many electric vehicles, or EVs, the e-tron has had a bumpy start in life. Even the e-tron unveiling planned for August 2018 in Belgium was abruptly canceled following the arrest in Germany of CEO Rupert Stadler in connection with the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal.
New Jersey Makes Noise Over Audi Q7 Replacement Brakes
What can I do if my dealer uses defective replacement parts?
The Frightening Possibilities of Car Hacking
Are vehicle infotainment systems vulnerable to hackers?
Owners Steamed by Second Audi Coolant Pump Recall
Can a second auto recall be issued for the same unresolved problem?
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