Audi A1 - how much should a new clutch and DMF cost?

I own a 2010 Audi A1 diesel. During a recent service, I was told it needs a new clutch and dual-mass flywheel. I have been experiencing recently that sometimes when shifting gears it gets stiff, or sometimes doesn't shift into reverse easily. I was quoted £700 from the garage but feel its over priced and was wondered how much in your view?

Asked on 20 April 2016 by sarahjirari

Answered by Honest John
£700 is cheap for a clutch, dual mass flywheel and clutch slave cylinder on an Audi A1. Could be as much as £1,500 at an Audi dealer.
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