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At 09:38 AM 6/25/96 -0400, you wrote:
>> As I may be relocating to Washington DC, can anyone recommend a dealer for
>> Warranty repairs? I know of one on Rockvile Pike/N. Frederick Ave, but
>> a hike from DC. Does HBL have full Audi service?
>Where in DC (the Murder Capitol of the World, incidentally) are you gonna be?
> HBL is in Vienna, VA, right off the Capitol Beltway. The guy I bought my TQ
>from had the car serviced, since new, at HBL. He said they did a great job,
>but thought they replaced more things than really needed replacing (but he
>didn't care, Audi footed the bill.) Now they've changed service managers in
>the past few months, so that may have all changed. Tischer is another option,
>they're in Silver Spring, MD; they're who does my alignments, seem like a
>decent sort of folks. They did kinda jerk my sister around on her '90 80 tho,
>but I think that was mainly due to the guy she'd bought the car from? Dunno,
>maybe just a bad experience...
>87 5000CS TQ - Metropolitan Washington, D.C. (but not for long...)
>84 5000S - Boulder, Colorado
>90 80 - Bethesda, Maryland
>(hunting for the elusive Lago Blue '91 200Q)
I'm pretty much in agreement w/Mike on this one; a few things to add. One
of my 90's was bought/serviced at HBL for most of it's life by the original
owner; he was pleased (of course most of it was under warranty). I find
their parts department not the best though; Audi's are not really their
interest (between MB, Land Rover, Porsche, etc.). Never used their service
My V8 was maintained (under warranty) at Tischer in Silver Spring...they
were pretty good, and you got a free loaner car. They seem somewhat
dependent on which service advisor, though, I always used the Porsche guy,
Tom (their Audi guy was an idiot). Average parts department.
I've been using Rockville Porsche/Audi for parts I don't have time to mail
order - best local Audi parts place I've found. And the only Audi dealer
I've seen that has Audi t-shirts! :).......SLM
Steve Manning: email@example.com (Metro D.C. area, USA)
Mopar: '67 & '68 Plymouth Furys (big blocks)
'70 Barracuda convertible (small block)
'87 GLHS (tiny block)
Audi: Two '88 90Q's (built on the same day)
Misc: '73 Ford Country Squire wagon (daily driver!); other stuff...