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Audi Q3 Parts

The Audi Q3 is a car that has been on the market since 2011, and this means that for the majority of drivers they will still be under warranty and won’t have to worry too much about buying car parts.  As with any other car as the model becomes more established there will be a much larger market for parts for the Q3, and as this grows these replacement parts will become less expensive to buy.  Audi are quite well known for using high quality premium parts, which means that the servicing of the cars can become quite expensive when parts need replacing.

When a Q3 is serviced with an Audi dealer they will only choose to use official Audi parts when they are repairing the car, and this is one of the reasons that many people will look for a dealer serviced car when buying second hand.  However, there are others who will prefer to service their Audi with an independent garage because of the lower costs both for labour and parts.  This may be reflected slightly in the value of the car when it comes to selling the Q3, so it will depend on the preference of the individual whether they choose to use official parts or generic parts for the car.

One aspect of the Q3’s design that should make maintenance of the car less expensive is that it is a platform that is shared with the Volkswagen Golf, and there are many parts that are shared between the two cars.  This should make the market for these parts much larger, and will eventually lead to a larger market in cheaper generic parts too.  Audi are well known for their reliability, but the growth in the parts market should make the maintenance and servicing of the Q3 more competitive as the model becomes established.