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Cost of ownership — VW vs Toyota/Honda

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I am still batting around the idea of getting a new Toyota Highlander or Honda Pilot rather than a new Touareg TDI.

One of my last concerns about the Touareg is the cost of repairs (alternator, air conditioning, water pump, etc.) beyond the warranty period. I don’t know if it’s accurate or not, but one salesman told me that simply replacing the alternator was an $1,800 job! If this is true, then the extra $10,000 or so I would be paying for a Touareg would be just the start.

I would very much appreciate it if those of you who are knowledgeable about such things (parts & labor, that is) would chime in the matter.

Thank you kindly.

kleinbus

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As far as I know Highlander and Pilot is front wheel based system with hydraulic clutch and rear wheels come along when revolution difference between front and rear wheels is detected.

Touareg is mechanical AWD, pre 2010 is with 50/50 % split (with mechanical lockers) and 2011 onwards is Torsen with 40/60 (can vary from 20/80 to 80/20).

So if I’m not wrong with Highlander and Pilot, you are comparing 50cc mopeds to 500cc dual purpose bike (not enduro as enduro would be Unimog)

Pilot towing: 4500 lbs
Highlander towing: 5000 lbs
Touareg towing: 7700 lbs

The sales man? where? at Honda dealer?

Two gassers against TDI? You should compare gasser against gasser.

If you want TDI then there is not many options available, non from Asian manufacturers.

Anyways, all I can say that you are comparing wrong vehicles against each others and complaining the cost of Touareg, which is far more advanced than the two others.

At the end, buy one you like as it’s your money.

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My wife drove a 2004 Honda Pilot for 8 years. A great, reliable vehicle for the family. No issues until 70k. engine mount rods, or something like that. Only negative is it’s vanilla. My guess is the Highlander is similar. She now drives a Dodge Durango Citadel (we need three rows). a great ride.

The Touareg is a driver’s vehicle. Test drive all three and see for yourself. You will appreciate the attention to detail, the handling, etc.

If you get a T3 and decide to keep it beyond the factory warranty, get an extended warranty. I got one on my T1 and used it once. was very reliable but saved me $1200 on one repair.

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Nope, the VW salesman.

Nope, I’m not complaining, I’m asking for input.

As for the towing capacity, and diesel vs gas, I’m not comparing those things, I’m simply asking about non-warranty covered cost of ownership.

Thank you for your input.

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I need no convincing on those points — my concern is rather about uncovered costs.

What was the repair and how many miles were on it?

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Since you seem quite the mechanic, do you think that what I was told about the cost of an alternator replacement is accurate?

Any other comments/information you want to toss my way about non-warranted work would be greatly appreciated.

zosocane

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I think you’re comparing vehicles in different classes. VW Touareg is mid-size luxury class. The Highlander and Pilot more «retail» midsize SUV. Honda makes great, ridiculously reliable vehicles. But there is more to a car than reliability. The TDI is refined, German-drive quality that a Japanese car doesn’t give. Look at my predecessor cars, I know. If you’re worried about the cost of repairs beyond the 3-year warranty, you should ask do you want to be getting into the higher performance VW/Audi/BMW class of engines which have higher maintenance costs and higher repair costs?

Have you test-driven a TDI yet?

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Yes, I am, but those are the three vehicles which are in the running for us.

That’s precisely why I asked the question I did — and your response seems to confirm my concerns. I was hopeful that this was not the case.

Numerous times. It’s a fantastic vehicle, but unless I receive contradictory information, I’m getting the feeling that the entry cost is only the beginning — and my wallet is not prepared for that.

Thank you for your input.

VEEDUBIN187

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I would also like to know the cost of annual repairs/maintenance for the Touareg. I have been contemplating the purchase since I have heard from two good sources(mechanics) that the cost of repairs are not cheap (10hrs labour just to get to the starter). I have always owned VW and love them and am aware of their quirks from time to time. I’m not sure if these high costs were in the early year models 04-06 for brakes and air suspension V8 etc. Perhaps in the 2010 V6 models or newer models, they have made some changes to rectify these problems. I would be considering a 2010 V6 gas model. I know VW always cost more than your Chevys and Fords etc and you pay for what you get. I’ve noticed people trading in the old Treg for newer Tregs so they must not be that bad. Even for the added cost I’m sure these Touaregs are worth it. They look great!


Just wondering if someone has owned a 2010 since new and could let us know what kind of repairs/costs have been completed so far.

Would you purchase the vehicle again or is it an ongoing nightmare??

Sorry BB62 I don’t mean to hijack your thread. Just looking for the same answers and didn’t want to start another identical tread

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Does service cost vary for similar spec Audi, VW and Skoda?

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I see similar spec cars in VAG garage of Audi, VW and Skoda. Take for example the 2.0L CRDI in Laura, Superb, Jetta, Passat and A4 or the 1.8 TSi in Laura, Superb and A4.

Assuming their chassis and components are shared across the range, would their service costs be similar.

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Dont know about the actual costs but can say that many of the components for the Skoda come with markings of all three brands (infact 4) on the packaging and even the product itself, and the pack mentions the various models of the these brands that use the same component. The packs have MRP printed on them so logically they should be priced the same for all the brands. (What can differ though is the service and labour charges). Also prices of components that are exclusive to specific brands will obviously differ.

I guess at a certain level this is why skoda parts seems expensive — would not seem so if the same was an Audi part as well. Part Cost is always seen / perceived relative to the cost of the whole car.

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Airwind, do you think pricing of cars & their parts has anything to do with cost? No ways! It’s all part of a shrewd marketing game that predicts (atleast tries to) what is the maximum that the customer will pay. Of course, certain other parameters are strong decision influencers (reputation, target market share etc.).

Some examples that have been previously discussed on Team-BHP:

— Identical wiper blade used in two cars. One car costs 2 — 3X more in the market. No prizes for guessing that the same wiper cost 3 — 4X more for the expensive car.

— Identical oil filters with varying costs, when compared to their siblings with the same engine.

I’m going to try looking up the posts and find the car names. BTW, no, I don’t think an Audi will cost the same as Skoda / VW to service. Even if the maintenance parts are common.

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Audi Service Dealership Cost too high? Where should I take it?

Audi Service Dealership Cost too high? Where should I take it?

Post by Theseus » Thu Sep 22, 2020 10:21 am

I am a first time Audi Q5 — Hybrid owner. Today I took my Q5 for 35,000 mile service to the Audi dealership. The dealer said since I don’t have Audi Care package, it will cost approximately $1,800 . But I can by Audi Care package for about $900 that will take care of my 35,000 miles as well 45,000 miles service. Separately the 45,000 miles service will be about $800 and that’s just oil change. Just to clarify — I confirmed with them that there is nothing special they have to do for this being a Hybrid Vehicle.

Looking at the breakdown of $1,800, all they are doing is changing the Transmission Fluid. Everything else is just «check». There is over $1,300 of labor being quoted ($150/hr). I find this to be outrageous since I have done transmission fluid change myself on a Toyota and it took me less than two hours when I did that. I realize that going to a dealer is going to cost more — but this seems ridiculous to me since I am used to Toyota prices and taking it to the neighborhood mechanic. May be this is what is costs to maintain Audi?

But I am thinking of taking it to my neighborhood Midas that claims to be German cars specialized (whatever that means). If you own Audi, where do you take it to get serviced? And how do I get that stupid «Service Due» warning disabled without going to the dealership?

Re: Audi Service Dealership Cost too high? Where should I take it?

Post by TT » Thu Sep 22, 2020 10:35 am

Thesues wrote: Hi

I am a first time Audi Q5 — Hybrid owner. Today I took my Q5 for 35,000 mile service to the Audi dealership. The dealer said since I don’t have Audi Care package, it will cost approximately $1,800 . But I can by Audi Care package for about $900 that will take care of my 35,000 miles as well 45,000 miles service. Separately the 45,000 miles service will be about $800 and that’s just oil change. Just to clarify — I confirmed with them that there is nothing special they have to do for this being a Hybrid Vehicle.

Looking at the breakdown of $1,800, all they are doing is changing the Transmission Fluid. Everything else is just «check». There is over $1,300 of labor being quoted ($150/hr). I find this to be outrageous since I have done transmission fluid change myself on a Toyota and it took me less than two hours when I did that. I realize that going to a dealer is going to cost more — but this seems ridiculous to me since I am used to Toyota prices and taking it to the neighborhood mechanic. May be this is what is costs to maintain Audi?

But I am thinking of taking it to my neighborhood Midas that claims to be German cars specialized (whatever that means). If you own Audi, where do you take it to get serviced? And how do I get that stupid «Service Due» warning disabled without going to the dealership?

Service for Audi: ( You can easily do most of these «check» items yourself for most services and then specifically tell them what you want changed at different service intervals.


From Audi’s service :

Perform first at 35,000 miles and thereafter every 40,000 miles.
‰ Continuously variable transmission (multitronic™) — Change ATF
‰ Tiptronic gear box — Change ATF (Audi Q5 hybrid only)
‰ DSG/S tronic — Change ATF oil and replace transmission filter element for clutch hydraulics (A3, TT, TTS, S4, S5,
S5 Cabriolet, RS 5, S6, S7, R8 Coupe, R8 Spyder only)
‰ Rear sport differential — Change ATF for clutch hydraulics and differential oil (RS 5 and RS 7 only)
‰ Air cleaner3 — Clean housing and replace filter element only on the following vehicles: (S6, S7, RS7, A8 3.0L V6
TDI, A8 3.0L V6 TFSI , A8 4.0L V8 TFSI, TTS)
The S8 4.0L V8 TFSI engine is not included in this interval. It must be performed first at 55,000 miles and thereafter every 60,000 miles.

Tell them you do not want the service and just to change the ATF fluid.
» Check» the other items yourself. I would recommend changing the air filter element yourself if it has not been done yet.

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Post by goingup » Thu Sep 22, 2020 10:39 am

We had an Audi for several years. The service costs are crazy compared to owning a Toyota! Yes, I would buy the Audi Care packages and they will save you money compared to paying for service a la carte at the dealership. You could use an independent mechanic specializing in German cars, but we preferred the dealership who performed recall updates, and provided a loaner vehicle when needed.

It’s expensive to maintain these vehicles, which I guess you’re learning!

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Post by FireSekr » Thu Sep 22, 2020 10:44 am

Changing ATF fluid whether it’s an Audi, Lamborghini, or Ford Pinto is about the easiest job you can do, only slightly more involved than an oil change. Labor should be no more than $150 and the fluid itself should be around $20 if its synthetic.

The other items as mentioned at this 35K check are all just checks to see if they can charge you for any other repairs they identify.

As far as the oil change being $800, you’re getting screwed. BMW charges $79 for synthetic oil change. The oil would be about $50 and an oil filter about $15, so they’re not charging much for labor. There’s no way Audi should be charging 10x that for the exact same service especially when the procedure is no different and no more involved. They may tell you some crap about resetting the computer. Google is your friend. You can probably reset the computer after changing the oil in less than a minute by pressing a sequence of buttons.

Find an Audi forum and do it it your self or find an independent shop which specializes in Audi.

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Post by smackboy1 » Thu Sep 22, 2020 10:51 am

When I used to have an Audi I found a local independent mechanic who was an Audi specialist (he actually owned the same model car I owned). He charged about half of the dealership cost and was really meticulous with my car.

Most maintenance is not rocket science, any competent mechanic can do it (but do NOT go to a quick lube place, those guys can be hacks). I recommend using OEM parts and factory recommended consumables until at least your warranty expires. You can often save time and $ by bringing your own parts and consumables.

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Post by hcj » Thu Sep 22, 2020 10:57 am

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Post by Cyclesafe » Thu Sep 22, 2020 11:05 am

Forget the dealer. Find a reliable independent. Dealer service is for those who’ve bought in that their vehicle is somehow special.

I never did it, but the «service due» notice on my BMW could be hacked. Google the Audi forums.

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Post by jesscj » Thu Sep 22, 2020 11:25 am

ssquared87 wrote: Changing ATF fluid whether it’s an Audi, Lamborghini, or Ford Pinto is about the easiest job you can do, only slightly more involved than an oil change. Labor should be no more than $150 and the fluid itself should be around $20 if its synthetic.

The other items as mentioned at this 35K check are all just checks to see if they can charge you for any other repairs they identify.

As far as the oil change being $800, you’re getting screwed. BMW charges $79 for synthetic oil change. The oil would be about $50 and an oil filter about $15, so they’re not charging much for labor. There’s no way Audi should be charging 10x that for the exact same service especially when the procedure is no different and no more involved. They may tell you some crap about resetting the computer. Google is your friend. You can probably reset the computer after changing the oil in less than a minute by pressing a sequence of buttons.

Find an Audi forum and do it it your self or find an independent shop which specializes in Audi.

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Post by ubermax » Thu Sep 22, 2020 11:37 am

We bought a Q5 3.0T (gas) last November and so we are just beginning the «service» journey with Audi — I want to interject that we love the vehicle and did buy the Audi care package up front , it’s a real pleasure to drive — we also have an older BMW X3 (manual stick) and know that repairs via dealership are expensive after warranty.

I piggybacked on HCJ’s post above because the challenge can be finding a great independent mechanic — it’s admittedly not a good analogy but if you owned a Porsche Carrera (sp?) at $100K plus , would you take it to Jiffy Lube for a tune-up ? — yes , a Porsche engineer could be moonlighting at the local JLube but what are the odds ? — after our X3 came off warranty we took it to a local guy and weren’t totally satisfied .

I’m interested in seeing the feedback that this post gets but as one responder already said the dealership has some pluses , i.e. they work on a lot of Audis , have loaner vehicles available , etc. — but as I alluded to above , if I could find truly great expertise within say a 1/2 drive from home , I’d consider it .

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Post by randomguy » Thu Sep 22, 2020 11:47 am

Thesues wrote: Hi

I am a first time Audi Q5 — Hybrid owner. Today I took my Q5 for 35,000 mile service to the Audi dealership. The dealer said since I don’t have Audi Care package, it will cost approximately $1,800 . But I can by Audi Care package for about $900 that will take care of my 35,000 miles as well 45,000 miles service. Separately the 45,000 miles service will be about $800 and that’s just oil change. Just to clarify — I confirmed with them that there is nothing special they have to do for this being a Hybrid Vehicle.

Looking at the breakdown of $1,800, all they are doing is changing the Transmission Fluid. Everything else is just «check». There is over $1,300 of labor being quoted ($150/hr). I find this to be outrageous since I have done transmission fluid change myself on a Toyota and it took me less than two hours when I did that. I realize that going to a dealer is going to cost more — but this seems ridiculous to me since I am used to Toyota prices and taking it to the neighborhood mechanic. May be this is what is costs to maintain Audi?

But I am thinking of taking it to my neighborhood Midas that claims to be German cars specialized (whatever that means). If you own Audi, where do you take it to get serviced? And how do I get that stupid «Service Due» warning disabled without going to the dealership?

The dealer is obviously gouging you (i.e who would pay 1800 when you could get a 900 dollar package and get the next service done?) but maintence on an Audi is going to cost more. That 2 hours on a Toyota? Could very well be 4 hours on an Audi (i.e. you tend to need to remove/move a lot more parts to get access to anything). And parts cost more (i.e. you are getting syntethic oil versus dino). If you want cheap maintenance, you don’t buy a luxury car

I don’t know if I would go to Midas but in most populated areas there are a couple of independants that focus on german cars. Give one of them a call and get a quote. I would expect a 400-500 dollar bill for a 35k service compared to the 600-800 at a dealer.

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Post by Jack FFR1846 » Thu Sep 22, 2020 11:51 am

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Post by NHRATA01 » Thu Sep 22, 2020 12:48 pm

Ok so looking it up, the Q5 hybrid uses the 8-speed tiptronic.


This is the ZF 8HP 8-speed, which is used in a variety of BMW’s and Benz’s, but also the run of the mill Chrysler 300, Dodge Charger/Challenger, Ram and Durango/Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Interestingly enough, a cursory look around the BMW forums and some Dodge forums, there is direction suggesting it is «lifetime» fluid. I tell you what, certainly a Dodge owner is not going to sit idle being told he has to pay $1300 for a trans fluid change every 35k miles.

I would investigate this requirement farther, and echo the agreement to find a indy European mechanic. with the caveat that verify any service done outside the dealer won’t cause a voided warranty.

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Post by barnaclebob » Thu Sep 22, 2020 1:03 pm

I bet a volkswagon dealer would be cheaper if you can’t find an independent dealer to do the work.

You could also buy the fluid from the Audi dealer (or online) and have an independent change the fluid. My Nissan says it requires Nissan CVT fluid but Valvoline CVT fluid has been good for over 10k miles so far.

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Post by lotusflower » Thu Sep 22, 2020 4:01 pm

Indeed, that’s a terrible analogy. Jiffy Lube is actively trying to be as cheap as possible. You are not any more likely to find a talented, experienced eurocar mechanic there than you are to find a great chef at McDonalds. That doesn’t mean that the only place in town for great steak is Ruth’s Chris.

When I owned an Audi I gave up my dealer’s service when I found out they charged 30% more than MSRP(!) for parts. I expected the high labor rates too, but that was just more than the Boglehead in me could handle.

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Post by Doom&Gloom » Fri Sep 23, 2020 12:38 pm

Not only for recommendations for mechanics, but also to distinguish which «scheduled maintenance» items are truly necessary and which exist solely to pad the dealer’s profits.

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Post by Lindrobe » Fri Sep 23, 2020 1:34 pm

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Post by randomguy » Fri Sep 23, 2020 2:01 pm

You were mistaken. Seriously good the normal maintenance of a bmw, audi, jaguar, porsche, Lexus, or Land Rover and compare them to the price of a Honda/Toyota/Ford and you will realize you are paying a lot more for the «same» 60k mile service. To some extent you can minimize the total cost by using a 3rd party but a 3rd party doing service on a BMW 3 series is going to charge more than a 3rd party doing service on a civic.

Repairs are a whole other story. I haven’t seen the crazy unreliability that some people report. But every repair is 2x as much as it would be on a normal car even not using the dealer. YMMV

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Post by Broken Man 1999 » Fri Sep 23, 2020 2:10 pm

I obviously squandered my career. I should have been a spark plug changer outer!

Gotta believe the dealership might believe they have a fish, ready for gutting and filleting.

Broken Man 1999

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Post by Lindrobe » Fri Sep 23, 2020 3:03 pm

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Post by rob » Fri Sep 23, 2020 3:06 pm

Maybe they have a different employee per plug. so you could be front left bank spark plug changer. For those prices it better be something like that

Yeah find a non dealer but your never going to be in Toyota price land.

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Post by GoldenFinch » Fri Sep 23, 2020 3:30 pm

Once when I took my A4 in for a scheduled oil change they drove it to the the front office when it was complete. I got in and it wouldn’t start. I told the guy and he looked at me like I was nuts and couldn’t turn a key. He got in; the car was dead. Inside their shop. They had to keep it for three days to figure out what was wrong. The problem was something with the computer.


I had so many problems with that car and it was super expensive to maintain. Maybe I had a lemon. I hope you don’t have to put as much money as I did into yours.

(Now I drive a Lexus.)

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Post by Theseus » Mon Sep 26, 2020 10:42 am

So finally getting quotes for the transmission fluid change from independent shops, I ended up taking it back to the dealer. The quotes were coming in around $1100 just for that. They had to use original ATF and some other parts and the cost of the parts from the dealer was way too high. May dealers are making it difficult to go 3rd party.

My car qualified for Audi Care package from the dealer for $850 that included 35k and 45k «service». The service guy was telling me If I had bought the AudiCare at the time of the car purchase, It would have costed me additional $30 (total around $880) and included total 4 services. I guess this is a lesson learned for me if I am ever buying another one of the Audi/BMW/Mercedes/Jaguar.

I wonder how can the dealer afford AudiCare at that price? Is it subsidized by Audi? Or AudiCare price allows for reasonable profit and they are just gouging people who walk-in without AudiCare?

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Post by soboggled » Mon Sep 26, 2020 10:50 am

Find an independent repairman who speaks German.

Adventures in car repairs:
1. The dealer did routine maintenance on my wife’s Toyota, then informed her she was due to have the timing belt changed. The only problem is, that car does not have a timing belt, it uses a chain. I finally succeeded in convincing her that the dealer who also kept trying to sell her various «flushes» not in the users manual was a rip-off.
2. Back in the day where they used simple shock absorbers, I once had a dealer put them on backwards! When I took the car back, the manager was astounded: He didn’t think it was even humanly possible to do that.

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Post by jdb » Mon Sep 26, 2020 1:02 pm

soboggled wrote: Find an independent repairman who speaks German.

Adventures in car repairs:
1. The dealer did routine maintenance on my wife’s Toyota, then informed her she was due to have the timing belt changed. The only problem is, that car does not have a timing belt, it uses a chain. I finally succeeded in convincing her that the dealer who also kept trying to sell her various «flushes» not in the users manual was a rip-off.
2. Back in the day where they used simple shock absorbers, I once had a dealer put them on backwards! When I took the car back, the manager was astounded: He didn’t think it was even humanly possible to do that.

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Post by surfstar » Mon Sep 26, 2020 1:15 pm

$$$ cars, cost $$$ to maintain.

Wait until you see tire replacement costs. Everything about «luxury» cars (and some performance) comes at a premium.

My 2020 VW Golf Sportwagen was made in Mexico, but had some German engineering put in it and actually has more storage capacity and gets better mpg than a q5 hybr >
Sorry, cars are something I’m very boglehead-ish on.

Everything Audi is too high. Purchase price, maintenance, etc.

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Post by alfaspider » Mon Sep 26, 2020 1:16 pm

soboggled wrote: Find an independent repairman who speaks German.

Adventures in car repairs:
1. The dealer did routine maintenance on my wife’s Toyota, then informed her she was due to have the timing belt changed. The only problem is, that car does not have a timing belt, it uses a chain. I finally succeeded in convincing her that the dealer who also kept trying to sell her various «flushes» not in the users manual was a rip-off.
2. Back in the day where they used simple shock absorbers, I once had a dealer put them on backwards! When I took the car back, the manager was astounded: He didn’t think it was even humanly possible to do that.

«Tune-ups» were a thing back when cars had carburetors and ignition distributors. With today’s cars, there’s nothing to tune up unless you are cracking the engine control unit programming and tuning for extra power (obviously not a maintenance item). Of course, that doesn’t stop dealerships from making lots of money by charging for «inspections» and crazy expensive fluid changes. For the vast majority of cars, the only required maintenance is as follows:

Oil changes: Every 5-10k miles (if synthetic oil is used and specified)
Air filter: Every 30-50k, depending on environment
Transmission/differential fluids: 50-100k miles
Brake Fluid: Replace every 5 years unless driving on the track (in which case you need to change a lot more)
Brake Pads: Based on wear- usually 20-75k in normal driving.
Timing belt (if applicable): Every 100k- water pump a the same time
Pugs: Every 100k (if modern iridium/platinum are used)
Suspension: Depending on usual driving surface and the vehicle, many cars will need a rebuild with shocks and bushings after 100k to feel like they did new.
Carbon cleaning: many direct injection motors suffer from carbon build up that may need to be cleaned every 30-50k.
Battery: Every 3-5 years- most wait until they fail

Many cars will need oxygen sensors around 100k, but it’s usually not done as preventative maintenance, as the failure is not catastrophic (usually just triggers a check engine light).

There are a few exotic/performance cars with more involved maintenance, but your basic Audi with the 2.0T or 3.0T is not one of them.

VW vs Audi Service cost Канада

SEAT LEON vs. AUDI A3 vs. VOLKSWAGEN GOLF/JETTA vs. SKODA OCTAVIA

Долгий выбор мной машинки привёл меня к некоторым выводам об этих замечательных торговых марках V.A.G.

и вот этот — http://www.seat-club.ru/showpost.php. &postcount=139 выпад господина ААГ, которого вероятно возят на Skoda Octavia

побудили меня написать это сообщение и почитать, что это по этому поводу думают братья и сестры СЕАТОВОДЫ!

Не готов сейчас тратить время на обоснование всех своих умозаключений, но готов к любой критики.

Итак, современный V.A.G выпускает автомобили 4-х торговых марок на широкого потребителя. (Уточняю, про широкого, так как Lambo, Bugatti и Bentley, как, в прочем и партнёрская марка Porche — это другая история!)
Итак, 4 марки, сравнивать которые можно, как марки, так и конкретные авто в одном классе (я говорю, естественно о C-классе).

Принципиально, все авто на одинаковых платформах (подвески, КПП, двигатели). Разница — в настройках, дизайне, позиционировании и некоторых деталях/мелочах.


Безусловно, исторически ключевые марки — это оригинальные немецкие марки AUDI и VW — где первая скорее «люкс», а вторая «народная». До 2002 года Skoda и SEAT были в группе Volkswagen и повторяли предыдущие поколения WV со своим шильдиком. Ситуация с СЕАТом в 2002 году изменилась, СЕАТ перевели в группу AUDI, в связи с чем он обрёл не только своё лицо, но и стал не похож на консервативные VW, обрёл свой характер и стал аналогом современных моделей AUDI на той же платформе. Собственно, это к тому, в чём разница СЕАТов и Шкод и почему Шкодам не повезло.

А теперь о том, для кого делаются эти машины и в чём между ними разница. Бесспорно, все машины великого авто концерна — очень хороши, но рассчитаны они на совершенно разных людей. По порядку.

AUDI — самый «крутой» бренд V.A.G. Самые новые и продвинутые разработки ставятся именно туда. Это самые дорогие авто, и их соответствующим образом «фаршируют». Но главная фишка — «Превосходство высоких технологий». Кроме самой высокой технологичности этих авто, они имиджевые, и маркетинговый бюджет ауди бесспорно не мал! В связи с чем, шильдик в этих авто — это весомая часть стоимости. Поэтому в сравнении с другими марками V.A.G., о которых идёт речь — это во многом плата за «понты».
По опыту моего вождения A3 и тест драйвов — машинки супер, не считая цену и консервативный дизайн.

VW — Das Auto. То есть — ЭТО МАШИНА. Это, собственно, всё, что можно сказать про эту машинку. В Jetta сидел, захотелось быстро выйти из машины, ни малейшего желания тест драйвить, ещё консервативнее, чопорнее и более безликие, чем АУДИ. Эта машина для тех, кто хочет без особого понта, без чего-либо особого просто хороший немецкий автомобиль!

Skoda -Simply Clever — безусловно, хорошие машинки, но это всё, что можно о них сказать. Если Вам вообще не важен бренд, вы просто хотите бюджетного настоящего немца, который не будет выделяться из толпы, будет чуть отсталым (от VW), не иметь своего лица, но будет достойным членом семьи V.A.G. — Skoda — ваш авто. Fabia — отличный вариант в B-классе. SuperB — отличный вариант в D классе. Octavia — в сравнении с другими авто концерна — самая никакая! Тест драйвил SKODA Octavia RS — никаких эмоций вообще.

SEAT — Auto emocion. Если к качеству AUDI вам нужен не понт, а более спортивные настройки, офигенный дизайн, испанский темперамент и массу эмоций от вождения — это SEAT. Да, есть незначительные недочёты, как у всех авто!

Все машины хороши, вопрос, за что платить. Понты, просто машина, просто машина, но дешевле, эмоции.

Я заплатил за эмоции, и я ни секунды не жалею!

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Андрей, а какие аргументы за ауди и vw? цена? дизайн? инновации? сервис?


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1. За новый Таурег — ничего сказать не могу, его никто не видел в живу, за старый были аргументы только: подвеcка и мотор, но салон, органы управления, мультимедия устарели.
2. За Ауди Q7: дизайн — не обсуждается, кому что нравится; мотор — интереснее/мощнее/эластичнее; подвеска — устойчивее, комфортнее и при этом если нужно острее (сравниваю обе на пневме); шумоизоляция — лучше, инновации — одинаковы с вольво, все аналогично, просто в разных комбинациях, но есть моменты, например приборная панель на Ауди явно интереснее, хотя центральный экран на вольво мне удобнее (у супруги Ауди — знаю что такое их MMI), но стоимость владения Ауди q7 больше, цена нового авто выше.

Но об этом все написано в соседней ветке и в том числе человеком, который пересел с xc90 на q7

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Не понимаю тех кто не признает очевидного. Два литра от Вольво с 235 лошадей в наличии на дизеле не едут так как едут 245 лошадей на трех литров ом дизеле у порше кайена (движок одинаковый с Q7). Я как человек пересевший с кайена на вольво хс90 это Вам говорю сразу. И действительно не хватает мощности движку на скорости после 130. В выходные впервые выехал на дальняк на своём бегемоте. До этого только Москва и область. Так вот той динамики которая была у порше тут нет и в помине. Но я отказался от приобретения нового кайена (2020 г.в.) в сторону вольво хс90 из за кучи других преимуществ. И цена тут сыграла последнюю роль. А автомобиле за цену 6700 (без учёта скидок) у меня было бы: пневмоподвеска, коричневый кожаный салон с обогревом всех и вентиляцией передних сидений. Музыка bose, навигация, круиз контроль, спутниковая сигналка, панорама крыша, 21 диски, бесключевой доступ, и ещё что то. Сейчас уже не помню. Отдавали мне это за 5700.
В хс90 который изначально стоил 5300, а отдали мне за 4500, у меня нет премиальной музыки — но штатная на вольво близка к тому что выдаёт bose на кайене, но у меня есть адаптивный круиз контроль, есть свет который лучше чем в кайене, есть массаж передних сидений, хс90 больше но менее динамичен, в связи с чем у меня уже поменялась манера езды, Кайен провоцирует на позажигать о чем выше писал OK про Q7(движки то одинаковые). Кайен лучше держит дорогу, будь то колея или что то ещё он как влитой на любой скорости, хс90 требует контроля за дорогой на любом участке.
Ну и в заключение, когда я приехал на своём хс90 в салон порше забирать предоплату и расторгать договор, менеджеры сказали вольво бесспорно очень технологичный автомобиль и очень достойный выбор. (это не был дежурный комплимент).

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15th April 2011, 16:20 #3

Volvo XC90 vs. VW Touareg CR7

А давайте обсудим нового конкурента из концерна ФВ? Судя по всему, конкурент он будет нехилый. По цене вряд ли будет дороже обсуждаемой тут Ку Семь, тем самым, попадёт прямо в нишу новой ХС90.

Уже появились первые тесты, правда с остатками камуфляжа. Тем не менее, салон уже можно более ли менее рассмотреть, да и по технике всё более ли менее ясно. Главная новость: пресловутый «даунсайзинг» обошёл новый Туарег стороной. Моторы будут V6: дизельный и бензиновый. Для России дизельную версию сделают 249 л.с. В общем, пока обсуждаем новинку «в теории», ну а как появится возможность прокатиться непосредственно в России, ветка снова оживёт .

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А зачем это здесь обсуждать?
Это клуб Volvo.

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Ну если бы Вы читали форум внимательно, а не наискосок или задом-наперёд, то темы сравнения той или иной модели Вольво с основными конкурентами уже всплывала тут неоднократно. Например, здесь, тут или там. Аналогичные сравнения делаются и на других форумах других марок. Так что возбуждение явно неуместное.

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С ценой ФВ придётся поработать. Помимо нового Туарега они выводят и Терамонт. Пусть он проще и допотопнее, тем не менее, по размерам он больше. А именно это народу и надо. В общем, конкуренция порождает инновации .

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Ну, не знаю. У меня наверное еще конфетно-букетный период не закончился.
Зовите на форум владельцев Туарегов, как купите. Вольво пообсуждаем.

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Бюджетный обмылок от q7.
Если уж на vw — q7/порш

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15 дюймов монитор это ответ немцев на планшет от Вольво до этого было понимание что концепция больших экранов с минимумом кнопок это не про немцев.
Представляю какое все глючное будет первые пару лет. Даже смотреть в его сторону не стоит пока не обкатают.
А так тачка будет угарная и цена нормальная должна получится, жаль что только 5 мест

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все всё понимают, но здесь все на вольво. её не угоняют, хорошие фары, спортивные сидения, встроенное детское сидение, фары не крадут, voc, мызыка( песня), большой багажник, едет на свои деньги, остальное стандартные опции.
остальное ананизм.
текут слюни но денег нет( тест-драйв) по выходным или в свободное время в помощь.

Что Дешевле В Обслуживании Ауди Или Фольксваген

Skoda, Фольксваген и Ауди: платформа одна, а цены на сервис?

Продолжая сопоставление цены эксплуатации разных моделей, теперь отойдем от рамок рубрики и противопоставим три модели различных брендов, однако сделанные на одной платформе. Что же понадобится, Skoda Octavia, Фольксваген Jetta и Ауди A3 Sedan. какой из автомобилей обойдется дешевле обладателю за виртуальные 120.000 км?

Как там в древнем анекдоте? Люди, покупающие Фольксваген, задумываются, что ловко всех обвели вокруг пальца, так как приобрели Ауди, не переплатив за бренд. В то же пора покупатели Skoda задумываются, что дважды всех обвели вокруг пальца, так как приобрели Ауди, не переплатив за бренд. Хотя на данный момент в Беларуси сложилась такая ситуация, что Фольксваген Jetta и Skoda Octavia еще конечно поспорить в отношении цены автомобиля. Все же сейчас наша задачка. выяснить, какой из 3-х хозяев сбережет для обслуживания в официальном сервисе. Ведь по технической части машины очень похожи, потому что сделаны на одной платформе. Интрига материала. дороже ли премиальная Ауди в обслуживании, чем авто народных брендов Skoda и Фольксваген?

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Особенности гарантии

На новые авто марки Skoda предоставляется 2-летняя заводская гарантия без ограничения пробега с даты реализации автомобиля дилером компании SKODA Auto. Дополнительный 3-ий год предоставляется от официального представителя с ограничением 100.000 км. Неотклонимым условием предоставления дополнительного срока гарантии является прохождение инспекционного сервиса на 23-24-м месяцах эксплуатации автомобиля. На новый Superb, Octavia, Yeti, Rapid, Rapid Spaceback распространяется 12-летняя гарантия от сквозной коррозии без ограничения пробега, на покрытие автомобиля кузова для Rapid, Rapid Spaceback, Octavia, Superb, Yeti. 3-летняя гарантия.

Гарантия на что остается сделать нашему клиенту авто, обретенные у белорусских дилерских предприятиий Фольксваген. 3 года. На легковые авто. без ограничения пробега. Для коммерческих автомобилей Фольксваген гарантия составляет 3.2 года без ограничения пробега и дополнительно 3-ий год либо 250.000 км пробега в зависимости от срока проекта, что наступит ранее. Неотклонимым условием предоставления дополнительного третьего года гарантии Фольксваген является прохождение инспекционного сервиса на 22-24-м месяцах эксплуатации автомобиля. Гарантия на покрытие автомобиля Фольксваген составляет 3 года, гарантия от сквозной коррозии кузова. до 12 лет.

Гарантия Ауди. 2.4 года без ограничения пробега с дополнительным третьим и четвертым годами при общем пробеге автомобиля менее 120.000 км каков срок проекта, что наступит лет 30. Гарантия на покрытие автомобиля в этом вопросе 3 года, а гарантия от сквозной коррозии кузова. 12 лет без ограничения пробега.

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Volkswagen 4MOTION (Haldex) vs Audi Quattro (Torsen)

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Volkswagen 4MOTION (Haldex) vs Audi Quattro (Torsen)

I never expected this. Haldex AWD systems are vastly underrated.

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4motion vs quattro isn’t even that simple — the A3/S3/RS3 use haldex as do the Golf R/4motion Sportwagen. The old Q5 uses torsen but the new Q5 uses quattro ultra, which is more like haldex than torsen. https://jalopnik.com/audis-high-tech-ne . 1760502139

Bottom line is that they’re all decent AWD systems with their own pros, cons and quirks.

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I never expected this. Haldex AWD systems are vastly underrated.

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I am confused after watching it. They both basically did exactly the same thing each test.

Did one car do better than the other one? If so, which one?

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I am confused after watching it. They both basically did exactly the same thing each test.

Did one car do better than the other one? If so, which one?

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