Audi Customer Service Number, Email ID, Head Office Address, Website

Audi is a German multinational automotive company owned by the famous automobile group Volkswagen. Audi established in 1910. Today, the company manufactures sports car, luxury vehicles, SUV, crossover, coupe, station wagon, supercar, hybrid, executive,  autonomous cars and much more. The company is headquartered in Ingolstadt, Germany. The company has over 11 production units in 9 countries. Audi markets and sells its vehicles throughout the world including South Africa. Audi focuses only on cars.

In South Africa, the company has launched the extensive range of cars including  A1, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, Q2, Q3, Q5, Q7, TT, R8, RS etc. A series cars of Audi belongs to luxury cars, Q series well known for SUV category and R8, TT models are sports cars of Audi. The customer can check specifications and price of these cars on online portal of Audi. The online portal also offers many other services like service booking, request for a test drive, find the nearest dealer etc. Audi has introduced electric hybrid cars under e-Tron evolution. In e-Tron category, the company has two models that are Audi e-Tron Quattro concept and the Audi e-Tron Sportback concept.

If you are having any kind of queries and complaints related their products & services then customers can talk with their customer service team on below given contact details. Here below you can find the useful answer of some general searchings of customers about the company such as how to contact Audi South Africa, what is the phone number of Audi South Africa, what is the head office address of Audi South Africa, Audi showrooms in South Africa, Audi South Africa contact details etc. We will also mention their head office contact details, official website, social profiles and some important links of their site.


Audi Customer Service Contact Details

Audi Customer Service Contact Number: +27 860 434 838

Audi Customer Service Email ID: N/A

Above given details are of customer support team of Audi. Here you can talk with the company for any query such as service centers location, booking a test drive, price, and specifications of the cars, warranty period, upcoming models etc.

Audi Head Office Contact Details

Audi Head Office Address: 129 Patricia Rd, Sandown, Sandton, 2196, South Africa

Audi Head Office Contact Number: +27 860 434 838

Audi Head Office Email ID: N/A

Audi Head Office Fax Number:  N/A

These are head office details of Audi. We have given you mailing address and telephone numbers of Audi.

Official Website:

This is the official website link of the company, by following this link customer can reach their site and read their entire policies and terms & conditions also.

Social Profiles

Facebook Fan Page:

Twitter Handle:

Instagram Handle:


YouTube Channel:

Here above we are sharing their official social networking profile account links. By following these profiles all further updates are directly updated on your timeline.

Important Links

This is the contact us page link of Audi, get all the contact details through this page, just click on above link.

If you are seeking for jobs in this company then this link may be so beneficial to you.

Dealer Locator:
Follow this link to check the dealers available in your city/town where you can easily buy their products.

7 thoughts on “Audi Customer Service Number, Email ID, Head Office Address, Website

  1. I’m looking for the following audit parts:
    1. Black Side skirt rubber for Q5 2015 model
    2. A4 roof sagging lining – 2005 model

  2. I bought a q7 brand new about three years ago from the Audi shop in Lagos. This car started emitting fumes from the exhaust and seemed to be consuming more oil than expected. I informed the dealer here in Nigeria since it was still within the warranty period, they took it in, did some work on it and returned it. I was informed that the oil separator was responsible and it had been replaced. Less than two months later, the fume is worse and its losing oil faster.

    Now, my service advisor is suggesting that I might have to spend money to flush the engine, which may be having sludge. That sounds like extra cost to me.

    Should warranty claim be this clumsy?

    Please advise.

  3. I am extremely disappointed at the service I received from Audi Rivonia on the 23rd of September. My car was in for a standard oil change service and I requested that they check my water coolant bottle as it seems to be leaking. Half way through my morning I received a text message saying that it will cost R1282.00 to repair over and above my R2420 service. ( I am just out of motor plan ). I said its fine and they can repair it. Upon going to collect my car expecting a bill of just under R4000 to my horror I had an invoice for R12832,71! The service agent who sent me the text message quoting the additional repair had left a zero off the figure. I would never have given the go ahead on the repair if I had know it was R12k! A lot more than what I was expecting to pay. I ended up getting them to take off the labour charge but still ended up paying R3000 more than what was ‘quoted’ to me. I feel that Audi should have paid for their mistake instead I was the one to take the hit.

  4. Hi

    My name is Prince Sebothoma I bought a 2014 Audi A3 Tfsi from your dealership in Mbombela

    I am so disappointed with the service i got from this Audi Mbombela. I bought a Audi A3 Tfsi from them and it was at 105 000km and the car has a scratch on the bumper and the salesperson advised me they will fix it and they will do a service and 80 point check for me before delivering the car and i was happy with the service am getting. 67 days later the car needs service at 114 514km i go back to them and ask when last did they service the car and now story changing apparently in was last serviced in March😲I am not sure anymore if it was even serviced in March if they managed to lie to me in July about servicing the car..

    The same car already went to Audi to be fixed as it was licking fuel after few weeks of getting the car..I will give them their car back and take it up with ombudsman if needs be such poor service in just 2 months for a car that’s over R200 000…Be honest to your customers when you make sales.

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