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      10-17-2011, 12:15 AM   #1
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Was wondering if there are any Audi owners out there that can let me know how well the original and cpo warranty from Audi stacks up against bmw\'s.
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It always depends on your service adviser and the dealership. A good Audi dealer will always supply better warranty service than a bad BMW dealer, and vice versa. I got crap service from Stevens Creek BMW in CA and awesome service from Daniels BMW in PA. My best service came from Carousel Audi in Minneapolis, MN. You have to ask around in your local area to see which dealer is rated better.

It's not a function of the warranty contracts between brands; it's the dealers.
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It always depends on your service adviser and the dealership. A good Audi dealer will always supply better warranty service than a bad BMW dealer, and vice versa. I got crap service from Stevens Creek BMW in CA and awesome service from Daniels BMW in PA. My best service came from Carousel Audi in Minneapolis, MN. You have to ask around in your local area to see which dealer is rated better.

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i figured as much because nowadays a warranty is nothing without a good sa and dealership. in terms of coverage for both original and cpo does the audi stack up even?
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i figured as much because nowadays a warranty is nothing without a good sa and dealership. in terms of coverage for both original and cpo does the audi stack up even?
My last CPO Audi was 4 years ago, so I can't say. My impression of CPO with both Audi and BMW is that it is essentially bumper to bumper excluding wear and tear items like brakes and clutches. With all of the electronics inside the car you might want to research coverage of bluetooth and nav systems to confirm they're included.
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