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Audi Middle East launches “Powered by Progress” campaign

Saudi customers can get a 5-year warranty for the Q&, while Audi will offer its Electric Vehicle (EV) customers free home charging installations in the UAE

Audi Middle East is offering its customers in the Middle East a clutch of services via its new Powered by Progress throughout the Holy month of Ramadan.

These benefits include mileage warranty, free service packages as well as free home charging installations, although models available as part of the Ramadan campaign may vary from one market to another – with an overall focus on the Audi Q range, as well as select A range models.

In Saudi Arabia the benefits include a free five-year service package with roadside assistance; and a five-year warranty on Audi’s bestselling 7-seater SUV, the Q7. Starting at 331,300 SAR, customers will also have the option to pay 50% upfront and the remaining 50% in two years’ time, with 0% interest on their finance.

For the UAE, Audi will offer its Electric Vehicle (EV) customers free home charging installations along with five year-roadside assistance, five-year unlimited mileage warranty and first year free-of-charge insurance. In Oman, Audi will offer three lucky customers an Audi driving experience as well as a seven-year service package and roadside assistance.

In Bahrain, Audi is offering several benefits for a variety of models including the entire Q range, while customers in Qatar will have pre-booking options in addition to 24-hour test drive opportunities for the Q3 and its variations. Customers in Jordan can enjoy up to 10 years’ free servicing and five-year warranty on select models.

“During the Holy Month of Ramadan, our dealerships from all over the region are dedicated to providing our customers with premium packages and benefits,” said Carsten Bender, managing director, Audi Middle East said. “This is truly the best time of the year to purchase an Audi.”

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