I bought my A3 from Truro Audi at the end of last October under the approved used scheme. It was bang on 4 years old and with only 32K miles from the one previous owner. Now, when i've bought all my previous cars (not Audi) i've bought them from a main dealer and they have always come with a new MOT (if needed) and a full service, hence having at least a year of trouble free and cost free motoring. With my A3 i found it needed MOTing in May and also the DSG gearbox oil & filter change. I have now been informed by the DIS that the car needs a service in 12 days or 7000 miles which is less than 12 months since i bought the car (which included a service as the service light was on at the test drive) and i've only done just under 9K miles. I've queried this today with Truro Audi who have also added that as its now 5 years old it needs a cam belt change! I've been quoted £299 for the service (major inspection, last one carried out in Aug 09) and £429 for the cam belt. This is on top of the £300 i spent on the DSG service and MOT. My question is; i am being unreasonable to be pissed off that all these things weren't done at the time of purchase? I don't expect to get a yearly maintainace bill of £1000 plus on a car that's "approved used" I though cam belts were 8 years or 80k? This is despite the sticker they placed on the windscreen last year quoting next service due at 52k or Oct 13 & MOT due Oct 12. All of this information which i took for granted is not correct.