Audi A6 Avant clutch judder

I have an Audi Avant A6 3.0 V6 TDI (2013 model) and once it reaches temperature (8-10 miles from cold) and particularly after a motorway run, the clutch judders in first gear on take off from a standing start. It is more noticeable on a hill or when carrying passengers.

The Audi dealership doesn't seem to be able to diagnose the problem even though their technician observed the fault, can you help?

Asked on 14 May 2015 by Davnovox

Answered by Honest John
Clutch judder? I'm guessing this is a DSG (which Audi calls s-tronic). It's not uncommon, but very expensive to replace the clutch packs which is why, I guess, there is a reluctance by the dealer to admit the problem.
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