That being said, the optima was more comfortable for long drives and a bit quieter.
As far as the turbo going in 5 years, sweet, the powertrain is covered for 5 years. If I even have the car in 5 years. And if I do, honestly, there will already be a bigger turbo in it's place
I don't have a copy of the 2020 US warranty manual but have the 2019 version and it states coverage for:
In the engine:
cylinder block, cylinder head and all internal parts, timing gear, seals and gaskets, valve cover, flywheel, oil pump, water pump and turbo charger.
Last edited by conwelpic; 05-21-2019 at 02:34 PM.
2.0L, leather, power-folding mirrors, cooling glove box, auto climate, smart key/push-button start, heated steering wheel
Plus, there's no reason to suspect the turbo will go out at 5 years. My friend who purchase my 2007 A4 turbo says the car is still going strong with no issues. I purchased that car in the fall of 2006 - 13.5 years ago!
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I do hope the mods respond to this......