E-Tron Maintenance

Servicing Your Audi E-Tron in Austin

Our team is dedicated to keeping your vehicle running its best, which includes offering the services your Audi E-Tron will need. Routine maintenance is an important part of owning a vehicle, and we want to give you an idea of when you should plan your maintenance. Feel free to reach out to our team with any questions about servicing your new Audi.

When to Schedule Maintenance for Your Audi E-Tron

Routine maintenance is essential to keeping your vehicle perform its best. To fully appreciate an Audi E-Tron's acceleration and performance, you should bring it in for maintenance at 10,000-mile intervals. We will check your tires, brakes, and other components that wear down over time to replace or repair anything needed.

Every other appointment, which happens at 20,000-mile or 2-year intervals, will give a more in-depth look at your vehicle. Our technicians look at the body and charging socket to ensure everything will be in its best condition, even looking at exterior lights to ensure all the bulbs are in working condition.

You can trust our team when it comes to repairing and replacing the major parts of your Audi E-Tron, ensuring it will run its best whenever you get into the driver's seat.

 

Schedule E-Tron Service in Austin


We know there are many service centers near Austin, TX, but choosing ours will be the best choice for your Audi car or SUV. We make it easy for you to schedule your service appointment online, making sure you can find the time that is best for your life's needs. Our team is able to answer any of your questions to keep you feeling confident in the model you have in your driveway.

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Service Overview
Engine Oil & Oil FilterFirst at 10,000 miles or 1 year. Thereafter, every 20,000 miles or 2 years.
Brake FluidReplace every 2 years regardless of mileage.
Brake SystemFirst at 10,000 miles or 1 year. Thereafter, every 20,000 miles or 2 years.
BatteryCheck every 20,000 miles or 2 years, whichever occurs first; replace if necessary.
TiresFirst at 10,000 miles or 1 year, check tire pressure and for wear and tear. Thereafter, every 20,000 miles or 2 years.