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Audi announces free RSA for cars impacted by Chennai floods

Written by Nayak

Audi India announces complimentary Roadside Assistance for its customers in Chennai. The flood-like situation in the city is quite alarming. Audi mentioned that its RSA would work 24×7 and make all the possible efforts to help the customers. Audi India’s RSA is available at 1800-103-6800 or 1800-209-6800. This complimentary RSA is available till 30th November 2021 and available for all Audi customers residing in Chennai. This initiative will come in as great support for the customers whose cars are stranded in the streets for long hours and adds to the customer ownership points.

Audi News Highlights

Audi Belgium recently rolled out its eight millionth vehicle from the Brussels factory. Interestingly enough, the car on this special occasion was the e-tron electric SUV. This factory in Brussels, dubbed as the factory of the future for Audi, will set itself as an example for the manufacturing of electric vehicles. In addition to this, the factory also has made some great infrastructure supporting the concept of sustainable development. This is in line with the target of controlling the carbon footprint, which is a rising concern all across the world.

Audi Expands Network

With the rising demand for Audi cars in India, the company has opened a new retail store in West Delhi. Located at 19 Shivaji Marg Main Najafgarh Road, Moti Nagar, New Delhi -110015 as Adventure Auto Car India Limited, this showroom will showcase Audi India’s entire range of cars on sale. Alongside the showroom, the facility also has a workshop spread over an area of 43,000 sq. ft with over 20 bays. This workshop can also service electric vehicles.

Audi India has now opened the bookings for the new Q5. There are two variants on offer, namely Premium Plus and Technology. Customers planning book one can do so via Audi India’s official website or by visiting any of the dealerships. The booking amount is set at INR 2 lakh.

Also Read: Audi begins Q5 SUV local production at SAVWIPL plant in Aurangabad.