I have audi care and they threw in valet. It's our third audi and we are looking at a fourth when our q5 lease is up in December. I have also sent 4 people there and 3 have bought so far. They want to keep us happy lol
Just to add a small point... Audi care is worth it HANDS DOWN in my opinion. It was an extra $1000.00 built into the payments (which barely changes your payments) and it covers all of your services including oil changes! Each oil change is around $200.00 alone. The first major service is roughly $850.00. So basically it pays for itself in one oil change and the first major service. Anything done outside of that is essentially free (nothing is free, but you get it). *This is all in Canadian dollars, just in case the numbers don't jive with the USA folks*
Same here, purchased the Audi Care for both vehicles which includes the valet. Worth it - drop it off or have them picked up for scheduled maintenance and no need to pull out the wallet unless one is getting a free rental of course.
Actually we paid a bit more for the package.
Please note, no extended warranty purchased.
On another note if offered I'd jump on the Sharkskin paint protection if possible. So far no swirl marks.... Teehee.
I bought my last car used and the previous owner had purchased Audi Care which transferred over. I plan on purchasing it for my 2017 S3 which means I'll be purchasing after receiving the 20000 mile/ 2 year service. My service guy said I can wait till after they have completed the service. I did notice the price seems to go up around $20 each year.
Interesting as I was informed that it costs more the closer one gets to end of warranty. The dealer informed me that they would have to perform a bumper to bumper inspection prior.
A coworker got a discount in his last year and paid close to 4k after taxes. It's an additional coverage for 24 months if I recall and so far had to get warranty work performed but he has not recouped the purchase of the extended warranty.
The only thing that makes it worth to me is that the 35k service includes transmission service which I was told is $700! So, the $800 I paid will cover enerything up and including that wee bit of shyte.