Audi is one of the best-selling luxury automobile brands in the world. It is a German brand within the Volkswagen group. It has had a checkered history in the U.S. and encountered more scandals than the average auto brand, from a CBS 60 Minutes investigation into unintended acceleration in the 1980s (when CBS tampered with the testing) to a huge emissions testing scandal in 2015 (in which Audi intentionally falsified emissions tests), which led to the criminal prosecution of Audi executives in the U.S. and Germany.

Despite being a luxury brand, Audi has less than impressive ratings for reliability. J.D. Power ranked it below the industry average for dependability, and it only achieved 14th place out of 30 brands in a 2020 survey of vehicle reliability by Consumer Reports. We have helped many Audi owners facing problems with their vehicle. The law protects owners of defective vehicles and provides for remedies, such as a replacement vehicle or cash reimbursement. If you think you may have a defective vehicle, contact us at Timothy Abeel & Associates to find out how the law protects you.

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