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Year Make/Model Repair Frequencysuccessful repair trips per 100 cars per year Compared to all models for the same year  
2015 Audi allroad   12 allroads, 5.4 months of data per allroad, average 4400 miles

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2014 Audi allroad 54 allroads, 8.6 months of data per allroad, average 7700 miles

Most of the cars in this sample are the closely related A4.
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0% 0% Fewest Trips Most Trips
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2013 Audi allroad 104 allroads, 9.4 months of data per allroad, average 18700 miles

Most of the cars in this sample are the closely related A4.
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0% 0% Fewest Trips Most Trips
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2004 Audi allroad   15 allroads, 7.1 months of data per allroad, average 121700 miles

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2001 BMW Z3 31 Z3s, 9.3 months of data per Z3, average 83400 miles

Like other sports cars, low average odometer reading.
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0% 0% Fewest Trips Most Trips
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2000 BMW Z3   18 Z3s, 10.7 months of data per Z3, average 83500 miles

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BMW Z3 vs. Audi allroad Reliability Comparisons

You won't find BMW Z3 or Audi allroad reliability information like this anywhere else. Actual repair frequencies, not just vague dots, to make it clear how much the BMW Z3 and the Audi allroad truly differ in reliability.

These stats are promptly updated four times a year, to much more closely track BMW Z3 and Audi allroad reliability as the cars age. Others tell you how reliable the BMW Z3 and the Audi allroad were a year ago, when the cars were a year younger and had 12,000 fewer miles on them. Only TrueDelta tells you how reliable the BMW Z3 and the Audi allroad have been recently.

What People Are Saying about Reliability and the BMW Z3

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What Our Members Are Saying about the Reliability and Durability of the BMW Z3

BMW Z3 Reliability and Durability: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2000 2dr Convertible 106-horsepower 1.5L I4
5-speed manual FWD
Car of the year in 2000. Best Consumer Reports value for 5 years in a row for its class. Model Rating - Overall 4 stars Trim Rating - Overall 5 stars Appearance 5 stars Comfort 5 stars Performance 5 stars Reliability 5 stars
2000 2dr Convertible turbocharged 244hp 2.3L I4
6-speed shiftable automatic AWD
I got over a 150K miles and only minor items less then $500 dollars on repairs other then tires and brakes
BMW Z3 Reliability and Durability: Cons
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2000 2dr Convertible 210-horsepower 4.0L V6
5-speed automatic RWD
I experienced continued problems with the A/C system and the engine cooling system. Also, the rag top did not hold up well and developed a leak.
 

What Our Members Are Saying about the Reliability and Durability of the Audi allroad

Audi allroad Reliability and Durability: Cons
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2004 4dr Wagon Repairs are expensive because of both part and labor costs.
2004 4dr Wagon Ahh, yes... I had some major problems at first. But, mostly covered under (CPO) extended warranty. The famous Audi coils! (Being replaced under recall next week.) Stupidly, no block heater so it failed to start - never had that with a Honda...
2003 4dr Wagon Once you've got miles on this car, you are going to pay for the problems you will ultimately encounter. While we loved the ride, we felt like we were constantly addressing issues with this car. The most frequent and costly issues were related to the air suspension that it uses. It is prone to leakage, which can be at the central hub or in any of the lines out to the bags. Other issues included CV boots, axles, wheel bearings, alignment (difficulties getting proper adjustment due to configuration with frame, and locking of adjusters), control arms, cabin air temp computer, window switches, window regulators, inexplicable roasting of battery cable, EGT sensors (expensive and relatively useless). Sunroof drains often clog, particularly troublesome, and should have been avoidable based on experience simply by increasing the line size. One of the most MORONIC design aspects is the inclusion of drain plug cones under the battery beneath the cowling at the rear of the engine compartment. They are unobservable and relatively inaccessible, yet are treated as a maintenance item. When they plug, which they will do, the result is that water coming down your windshield will fill the trough beneath the cowling, and will overflow into the cabin air intake, flooding your floor and damaging the transmission controller module located beneath the passenger seat.
2002 4dr Wagon I have heard and read bad things about the reliability of Audi automatics.