Audi is one of the most popular car manufacturers around. The Audi car key replacement you need could be for a vehicle that is a bit older but no matter the age of your Audi we will certainly have the equipment and keys to get you back on the road. When it comes to Audi car key replacement ensure you call Redditch Car Keys every time.
We service all Audi models, therefore, if you do not see your particular car listed below please don’t fret. Redditch Car Keys can do all types of Audi car key replacement. No matter how complex the key or the model. Our experienced technicians can meet your needs – make an appointment via our contact page today.
The most simple form of car key replacement will take an average of 15 to 20 minutes to complete. If electronic chips need to be programmed this can take a little longer.
We have the technology
Redditch Car Keys have the equipment to cut and program or, in addition to this we can also clone replacement Audi Car Keys or reprogram faulty keys back to your Audi Car.
Cloning Audi Keys indeed is a much lower cost option in contrast to buying a dealer key. Therefore this method does not require a PIN code or diagnostic programming. This is why we always say it is best to obtain a spare key before the worst happens. Being prepared will certainly save you time and money in the future should you misplace your only Audi Car Key.
We can even come out to you and access your vehicle without damaging anything (non-destructive) and make you a new key at the roadside. This will save you money on having the vehicle towed and not to mention the inconvenience.
Audi car key programming made easy
More and more car manufacturers, especially the VAG group (Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda, Seat), are making their cars more secure in an attempt to help cut down car theft but the technology is also making it harder for vehicle locksmiths, who have to keep up with innovation in order to remain useful.
Audi cars of that era were luxurious cars equipped with special bodywork. In 1932, Audi merged with Horch, DKW, and Wanderer, to form Auto Union AG, Chemnitz. It was during this period that the company offered the Audi Front that became the first European car to combine a six-cylinder engine with front-wheel drive.