A luxury branch of the Volkswagen group, Audi is a German company with a long history for automotive excellence. Its recognizable logo with four rings is a symbol comprised of the four car companies who came together to form its initial parent company, Auto Union. Considered a bestseller, the company now has two divisions: Audi India and Audi e-tron, with the latter focusing on electric and hybrid vehicles.
Despite its longstanding history, Audi vehicles are subject to defects and recalls. If your defective vehicle has experienced several reasonable repair attempts with no resolution, you may be entitled to protective measures against your lemon vehicle.
Both California state and Federal laws may supply the consumer with cash or replacement compensation. Consumers residing in California’s Oakland Alameda County area should contact Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP for a consultation.
Common Audi Defects
Multiple Audi defects have been reported. These issues include the following:
- Failure of the spark plug or ignition coil
- Excessive oil usage
- Electrical and exhaust issues
- Rattling engine
Audi has experienced multiple recalls throughout the company history. Q3 vehicles from 2016-2017 were recalled for brake lights that failed to activate. The Q7 models of 2011-2012 experienced a recall due to fuel leaks increasing the risk of fire. Other significant recalls were the Q8 vehicles’ issues with suspension and steering.
Additionally, the S8 and A8 vehicles manufactured for 2012-2017 may contain a faulty engine part, thus increasing the risk of fire.
Getting Help in Oakland & Alameda County
Should this or a similar scenario apply to you, or if there is concern over your vehicle, you may be entitled to relief from either the California Lemon Law or Federal Law. Further information can be provided by contacting Kaufman & Kavicky, LLP, at your convenience.