convertible top is fraying in multiple places. Currently 1.5 years old. Not covered by warranty. Audi says its "normal wear and tear" Proposed I pay 1/3 of replacement $1600 + tax. Im fighting this further. AofA made the proposal to me. BULL
Cabriolet top leaking around windshield corner on passenger side. Reported to be a bug clogging drain. Next rain storm, similar leak.
Leather cancer on left armrest, center console and gearshift. Very unsightly. Told by dealer since it was outside of 12 months, it was not covered under warranty. They could replace all 3 items but cost would exceed $1500.
Underside panels needed replacing. The plastic screws attaching them to the car are rubbish. One panel seemed to fall off. Another time I hit a large puddle during a rainstorm and water pressure just ripped it off.
Convertible top squeaked and made some noise. Was diagnosed as a bad convertible top control module and also poor seating of the convertible in the rear when top up. Repaired. rattles from windows, lubed trim solved problem
Convertible top originally replaced (2012) due to excess noise. Replaced poorly and recently started to come loose. Replaced again! Yes this car has had 3 new tops on it.
Passenger side window would not auto-up. Caused by faulty window trim attached to convertible top. Trim replaced.
Creaky sunroof in cold temperatures. They lubed the seals, and replaced a piece of loose trim.
Certain bass frequencies in the rear subwoofers while playing music cause the back package shelf to rattle. Audi dealer tested speakers instead, misunderstanding problem. Mgr reported it correctly, tech messed up.
Paint blistering on surface of front wing wheelarch flange. clearly an inherent manufacturing quality control issue. required paintwork repair. concern is ability to arrest corrosion and avoid recurrence.
Corrosion on boot repaired under paint warranty. This issue first appeared in first year of ownership and required to be repaired again. Issue is associated with poor quality control during factory build (joint between 2 bootlid sections)