Audi Standard Maintenance for model year 2017 - present

Audi Standard Maintenance Intervals for 2017 to Present Models: 5k, 15k, 25k, 35k, 45k, 55k, 65k, 75k

First standard maintenance service due at 15,000 or 20,000 miles (depending on model year) or two years, whichever occurs first. Thereafter, every 10,000 miles or 1 year after first service, whichever occurs first.

  • 12 Volt (small) Side Battery (located in the trunk compartment on left side) - Check for clean terminals, properly mounted housing and no damage; replace if necessary (Q5 hybrid only)
  • Automatic Transmission and Final Drive - Check for leaks
  • Battery - Check for clean terminals (no corrosion), properly mounted housing and no damage; replace if necessary. Also, check the acid level of battery only if the level can be seen through the housing and fill if necessary (except Q5 hybrid)
  • Charging Socket: Check for damage and make sure the socket is dry (A3 e-tron only)
  • Crash Active Headrest - Check function (A8 only)
  • Cooling System - Check coolant level, add coolant if necessary, and check protection to spec -25°C
  • Doors - Lubricate straps, locks and hood latch (R8 only)
  • Drive Shafts - Check boots
  • Dust and Pollen Filter - Replace filter
  • Exhaust System - Check for damage and leaks
  • Front Headlights - Check adjustment
  • Front Lighting - Check function of parking lights, low beams, high beams, fog lights, blinkers & hazard lights
  • Front and Rear Axle - Check for excessive play. Check dust seals on ball joints and tie rod ends
  • Hood Safety Catch - Lubricate all except A4, Q7, and TT with integrated catch
  • Horn - Check function
  • Instrument Cluster - Check warning and indicator lights
  • Interior Lights - Check all interior lights and glove box compartment illumination
  • Manual Transmission and Final Drive - Check for leaks
  • On-board Tool Kit - Check for completeness
  • Panorama Sunroof Systems - Check functionality for all models (except A8L, Q5, and Q7). Clean guide rails and lubricate with grease(A8L, Q5, and Q7 only)
  • Plenum Panel - Remove cover for plenum panel to check water drain and clean if necessary (all models except A3, A4, Q3, R8, and TT)
  • Rear Lighting - Check function of brake lights (including third brake light), tail lights, backup lights, rear fog lights, license plate lights, blinkers & hazard lights, and trunk light
  • Rear Spoiler Hinges: Lubricate (A7, S7, RS 7, and TT only)
  • Road Test - Check engine performance, clutch, manual/auto transmission, braking (including hand and foot brake), steering, wheels, wheel bearings, drive shaft, horn, hybrid vehicles (electric drive for operational readiness)
  • Rollover Protection: Check function with soft top down (A3 Cabriolet, A5 Cabriolet, S5 Cabriolet, and R8 Spyder only)
  • Convertible Top Latch - Lubricate (A3 Cabriolet, A5 Cabriolet and S5 Cabriolet only)
  • Safety Belts - Check clip for belt tongue and check function of all safety belts
  • Snow Screen for Air Cleaner - Clean (A5, A5 Cabriolet, S5, S5 Cabriolet, Q5, and SQ5)
  • Sunroof Systems - Check function
  • Tire Repair Set - Check for completeness and renewal date (where applicable)
  • Underbody (including front and rear closeout panels) - Check for damage and leaks
  • Visual Check - Check the chassis for possible paint damage and corrosion, from the inside and outside with the doors as well as hood and trunk lids open. Check that the wheelhouse liners, underbody panelling and lines are correctly mounted
  • Check water drain in fuel filler door (R8 only)

The following intervals are general guidelines. You should always refer to your specific Audi's documentation for precise recommendations.