It's my first post on here and need a little advice, please.
So I bought my first Audi. It's a 2010 A3 2.0 TDI 170 bhp S Line, with 79,700 miles. Nice to drive and looks great too (Still pinching myself after buying it!!) It came with an RAC check, which came back all is good. I also asked the garage where I bought the car from about the cam belt, to which I was told it would be ok until at least 100k miles!
I took it to my local Audi garage for a free 'Health Check' and it came back with the following advisories:
Cambelt and water pump due - £825.24
Front brake disks and pads (Lipped and 75% worn) - £269.00
Rear brake disks and pads (Lipped and 70% worn)- £269
Air con service - £130
Brake fluid due - £59
Front wiper blades - £37
Having paid a lot for it I feel a bit hard done by now after being advised that so much further needs to be spent on it
Can anyone please advise if they know of a reputable independant Audi specialist, in and around Reading - Berkshire, who can maybe carry out the work cheaper than Audi themselves?
Also do I have a 'leg to stand on' if I was to go back to the garage where I bought the car from, and demand some of the costs to cover the work that's needed, as I feel I was given wrong information?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.