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Audi A4 Parts
Audi cars are exceptional and synonymous with class. Owning an Audi is seen as a point of pride, and car enthusiasts rate the Audi as an elite brand. The brand's vehicles are known for their extremely impressive versatility, sporty design, superior interiors and luxury. If you own an Audi A4, this wouldn’t be news to you. Given the superior quality of your Audi's parts, buying replacements for them can be a bit tricky as they need to match the high caliber of the original part. However, in choosing to shop with us, you should have no such concerns, as we have top-quality auto parts that can exceed your expectations. Whether you need replacement parts for your A4 or for other models such as the S6, V8 Quattro or Cabriolet, you can get them at affordable prices here.
Audi is one of the few celebrated manufacturers of luxury vehicles across the world. The brand has its headquarters in the largest state of Germany, Bavaria. It is currently a subsidiary of the Volkswagen Group. Audi's logo has four rings with the middle two rings overlapping with each other and with the rings in the two extremes. The four rings in this stylish logo symbolize the four companies which merged to form the Auto Union, the first parent company of Audi.
The Audi A4 is not just a single compact executive car but represents a line of vehicles produced by the brand. As of today, the A4 series has been churned out in five distinctive generations: 1994–2001 (B5), 2000–2006 (B6), 2004–2008 (B7), 2008–2015 (B8), and 2015–present (B9). The A4 series is a replacement for the Audi 80. The A4 series works on the Audi's very own “quattro” all-wheel drive system, or a front-wheel drive system. Depending on the year and model, the vehicle is offered in multiple body styles such as sedan, station wagon and convertible, out of which the first two body styles are predominant.
Cars of the fourth generation incorporate multitronic transmission, which is a stepless transmission developed by Audi AG. Using this transmission, you can get a number of different ratios within a given range with the continuous variation of the input and output shafts. This transmission also relies on sensors which provide additional braking force while traveling down sloped terrain. In addition to offering an exhilarating driving experience for its drivers, the A4 has also proved its mettle in the racing arena by winning at the Swedish Touring Car Championships in the years 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2006.
One important thing that needs to be understood is that every part in your vehicle has its own average lifetime and requires inspection at different intervals. A general maintenance schedule can involve procedures such as flushing and refilling fluids at the right intervals, cleaning various parts, or tightening the bolts in your vehicle. Just as you need a regular exercise regimen and a balanced diet to keep yourself fit and healthy, your vehicle also needs its own schedule of maintenance to keep it running efficiently. With the regular repairs which you usually do with your go-to mechanic, you can prevent and even predict any major problems that might occur in your vehicle. However, even with proper maintenance, it doesn't guarantee that your part will never wear out.
The underlying parts of the AC system in your Audi include the compressor , evaporator and the drier. Though all these parts require regular checking, their proper functioning is dependent on the right level of refrigerant. Therefore, checking the level of refrigerant should be a part of your maintenance routine. If you fail to refill or check the level of refrigerant on a timely basis, it can cause your Audi’s AC to blow out. A wonky AC is the last thing you would want especially if the alternative is a stuffy cabin and disgruntled passengers. Even with your car's windows wide open, it cannot match the sophisticated temperature regulation which your AC provides, especially when you are on a summer trip or stuck in traffic.
Then, there’s the part that’s central to your car: the engine. Nothing screams misery more than an engine that is acting up. An overheated engine can cause your Audi to sputter and grind to a halt. This situation can become doubly distressing if it happens in the middle of peak traffic during rush hour. It is normal for any engine to overheat, especially when the weather is really hot. However, with periodic maintenance, you can avoid situations that can blow a hole into your budget. Be sure to refer to your owners’ manual and relevant articles before you begin any maintenance procedures.