The 1.9 TDI was the most successful turbo diesel engine ever made by Volkswagen Audi Group. It’s well known for it’s low fuel economy and endless lifetime, thank to it’s Bosch mechanical fuel system. The 1.9 SDI is the non turbo (naturally aspirated) version of the 1.9 TDI.
What’s better TDI or TFSI?
So TDI being a turbo diesel engine, lies in the 90 to 150hp range. These engines have significantly more torque, something in the 150 to 240 lb/ft range. In comparison, the TFSI is a turbo gasoline engine racking up about 180 hp, but a similar torque.
Has Audi reliability improved?
Audi reliability is quite high, especially compared to their country competitors. Even so, they certainly aren’t the most dependable brand in the industry, with their technology letting them down. … Audi, one of several Volkswagen luxury brands, has improved hugely over the last few years, according to the reports.
Why are used Audis so cheap?
All kinds of things fail on them and and they all cost a fortune to fix. Often it is more expensive to fix major things than the car is worth. This is why it is common to see people that own German cars upgrading when their cars hit 5 years old or get to 100,000kms/60 thousand miles. This is why they are so cheap.
Do Audis hold their value?
The 2017 Audi A7 is the first and only Audi to join our list of luxury cars with the best resale value. … If you want an Audi with good resale, the large, comfortable, powerful A7 is your best choice. Kelley Blue Book says owners can expect to retain 42.0% after 36 months and 27.0% after 60 months.