Is Audi's extended warranty scheme worth the extra?

Audi has offered me a one-year deal to extend the standard three-year warranty. They want £334 for my A1 petrol Sportback. Do you consider this good value?

Asked on 27 February 2020 by Ian Leary

Answered by Dan Powell
Check the terms and conditions of the one-year-extension to see what it includes. Might be an idea to compare the cost with independent aftermarket warranty providers to see if you could get similar (or better) cover for less. For more info, see: www.honestjohn.co.uk/cheap-car-warranties/
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