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  1. To me it’s the only viable and fairly painless outcome, like you say , effectively it’s been rented but I’ve also had 20K+ miles of use as well so can’t really argue that. Indeed it will be thoroughly documented in writing and pictures of vehicle etc
  2. Sorry for the late update on this one, things moved much quicker than I ever expected them too. Short version of it is that I contacted VWFS, and explained the situation late Friday afternoon, I had a call back on Monday morning to say they are looking into it. Outcome of that investigation came today at mid day, they agree that the vehicle is defective and it cannot be fixed by Audi. As the vehicle is nearly 2 years old they agreed that they would VT the vehicle and cover the £5K shortfall to that and also refund my deposit I paid for the vehicle once it has been col
  3. Thanks for the reply. In terms of the inspection that has already been completed by Audi and recorded on video and sent to me. The cover and joint are both replaceable, however they are not willing to do this as it’s a “known” fault and a “ characteristic“. will upload video when home.
  4. I purchased an Audi A4 brand new in June 19 through an Audi Dealer and used Audi finance. Fast forward to March 2021 and I have an issue with the CV joint / boot on the vehicle. It is squeaking / whining under full lock and sounds awful. The dealer inspected the car and said they have found the noise and can reproduce it (sent to me on Audi cam), however that it is just a characteristic of Audi’s therefore they are not going to repair it, they have also spoke to Audi UK who have said they know about the problem and to basically put up with the noise. my argument to this wa
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