A trip to Bath Audi for some much needed TLC…
First off apologies, as I’ve been pretty AWOL when it comes to projects updates the last few months, but that doesn’t mean I’ve not been on the case with parts.
I’ve recently got my mitts on a set of KW Suspension Variant 1s, so I can finally lower the RS4, plus a stunning new double DIN Kenwood DMX7017DABS, so I can actually listen to something other than Radio 1 and old CDs. Now, admittedly I had planned to have at least the headunit fitted, but I’ve had a few weeks laid up on crutches (don’t ask!).
Fortunately, I could just about drive in time to get the RS4 to Bath Audi for its annual service and MoT. I have to admit I’m not usually one for using main dealers for servicing, but the RS4 came with full Audi service history and with cars like this, service history is everything when it comes to selling it on. Don’t worry I’m not thinking of selling anytime soon, but when the day comes, it will help the car keep its value.
As I currently write this, I’m actually sat fingers crossed (how did you type this then – Jules?) in Bath Audi, drinking posh coffee and watching the RS4 being MoT’d through the viewing window into one of the cleanest workshops I’ve ever seen. So… how did she do? Well, the old girl passed with flying colours and with just one advisory for a tyre pressure sensor.
And how is this for service – I got sent a video email via ‘Audi Cam’ to show me the problem, so if I’d left my car at their workshop I could see the fault for myself. Clever eh?
Anyway, the car is now ready for the year ahead and hopefully by the next month I’ll be back with some mods. A big thanks to Daniel Gurr and Ashley Miles at Bath Audi for looking after the RS4, and me, so well.
Audi Interim Service £350
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