Why choose Aspen Auto Clinic for Audi repair in Colorado Springs, Monument & Centennial?
Worry free Audi service and repairs
There’s no better place to have your Audi service or repairs done than Aspen Auto Clinic. We have established relationships with direct importers who provide us with original parts at competitive prices. We invest in dealership level diagnostic equipment, information systems and the latest technology to best take care of anything your Audi may need.
Your Audi Dealership Alternative
Aspen Auto Clinic offers better service and prices than your typical Audi dealership. We only hire the best of ASE Certified Technicians. We have preferred relationships with import vendors to assure that we’re putting only the best parts in your Audi.
Limited Lifetime Warranty On Audi Repairs
We offer Industry Leading warranties on parts and repairs for your Audi to assure that any issues never become your problem. Click below to see whats covered by our Lifetime Warranty.
EXPERT AUDI REPAIR SERVICE IN COLORADO SPRINGS, MONUMENT & CENTENNIAL
Aspen only hires the best of the best when it comes to our automotive technicians. Our Audi repair specialists go through a very intense hiring process so that we can make sure that they are truly the top people in the industry. We spend thousands of dollars every year sending them to continued education classes to ensure that they are up-to-date on everything they need to know about your Audi.
We invest in the same level of information and diagnostic tools that they have at the dealer. Autologic, I-Scan and VAG_COM are specialty tools used to accurately test every system within your Audi. Our Audi shop is equipped use state-of-the-art tools and software to ensure that your Audi is diagnosed correctly and taken care off completely the first time. We are the experts for European car repair in Colorado Springs, Monument & Centennial.
BETTER THAN AUDI DEALERSHIP SERVICE
Aspen Auto Clinic has factory access to Audi parts to make sure that we are only using OE level parts to service your Audi. We use upgraded parts to prevent you from having the same issue again, like using a water pump with a metal impeller instead of the plastic one your vehicle came with out of the factory. Because of the high level of technicians that we have and the quality of the parts we use, we back up all of our Audi repairs with a limited Lifetime Warranty; literally better than any shop or Audi Dealer! Give us a call today at 7194153121.
THE LONGEST WARRANTIES IN THE BUSINESS
Aspen Auto Clinic stands behind our Audi parts service and repairs with a Lifetime Warranty on most parts AND labor that is unmatched. Aspen Auto Clinic is the logical choice for servicing your European vehicle, call us today!
- Audi is a German car manufacturer which is fully owned by the Volkswagen Group.
- In Latin, Audi means “hear” and the German word for hear is horch. The Audi founder was August Horch.
- Founded in the early 1900′s, Audi and the company that owned it were effectively liquidated during World War II. In the 1960s, the Volkswagen Group acquired the factory and trademark rights of Audi’s parent company and re-launched the Audi brand.
- In 1970, Audi was launched in the U.S. market.
- Today, Audi enjoys a reputation for being a manufacturer of high quality luxury vehicles.
- Every Audi vehicle is 100% galvanized to prevent corrosion – in fact, Audi was the first car manufacturer to implement this.
- Four companies make up the Audi Company and the four-ring logo represents each one of the companies. DKW, Horsch and Wanderer are the three other companies of the four. This was also known as the Auto Union. The four-ring logo was created in 1932.
- Audi also favors front wheel or all wheel drive for every vehicle they make, rather than rear wheel drive.
- Audi is one of the three best luxury car-makers in the world, running up there with Mercedes Benz and BMW.
- There are 36,520 stitches on the leather interiors of an Audi A8.
- Every Audi R8 body is run through an x-ray check after production.
- Audi was the first car manufacturer to perform crash tests in 1938 to get an idea about how the car would behave in case an accident occurred. Without realizing it, the company set a precedent for all other car manufacturers.