03-16-2002, 08:50 PM
It used to be free but now Audi owners have to pay for service loaners. BMW customers get new BMW's to drive thanks to BMW. But Audi does not provide for Audi service. (Same dealer.)
To be fair my dealer is only charging $5 a day and most are VW's.
03-16-2002, 09:44 PM
poeple treat you like sh*t when the see you in an economy car. try to merge between a BWM and a SUV and see if you get let in.
03-16-2002, 10:48 PM
I think it is an excellent option if clients want to upgrade. Some dealers have same model loaners, but those are most often reserved for customers who bought at that dealer - and the dealer makes enough profit to pay for that luxury. Obviously BMW dealers can afford it, because most people pay MSRP for their BMWs.
I agree, it is a reality check to drive a cheap crappy car.
03-17-2002, 06:11 AM
I did buy from my local dealer and I did not try for the $100 deal. In return I did expect the free loaners etc. Does Audi pay the $24 for all warranty work or just if the car quits and needs towed?
Cavalier for Free or Jetta for $5? Jetta
How about a Porsche for $25. :-)
03-17-2002, 08:23 AM
had a warranty problem, it was up to them to supply the loaner in whatever fashion they wished. This was done as an incentive to the dealer to speed the repairs.
Don't know if that still holds true.