I have a March 2017 registered car and they were talking about it on the forums then, so Audi dealerships must have known?
I guess that’s it, after 15 minutes the map on my MY17 A5 reverts to this screen and doesn’t seem to recover to even the basic map overlay. I assume I’ve lost the Google Earth overlay, which I understood was meant to stop on 1 January 2021? Funny how it wasn’t mentioned when I bought it?
I had a similar problem, having had an oil and inspection service done recently but still showing the inspection due in March next year. The stealer's explanation was that it needed the brake fluid changed then so can't extend the inspection beyond March. Crazy.
Slight thread drift, but my wife’s MY17 Golf shows the radio text ie who’s currently playing, whereas my MY17 A5 doesn’t - you have to go to a separate page despite the MMI screen having lots of blank space to display it.
I had similar symptoms on a new car after 6k miles, Audi offered to replace them for £800 as not a warranty item. Mechanic did the hard brake test but didn’t help. In the end I did nothing and after a long run to Scotland and back, the vibration disappeared on its own, which suggests friction...
So just had the oil and inspection done, but noticed that the inspection date on the MMI hadn’t changed! Turns out I still need to bring it in when the car is 3 yo for brake fluid change, so having inspection service early was a waste of time!
We live and learn.
I understand your thinking but how does that work re warranty?
“To ensure your warranty is valid, you simply need to service your Audi according to our recommendations and keep to any mileage limitation set. Standard three-year warranty”
Thanks for the responses, however, I still don’t understand why the MMI tracks 2 different services events, shouldn’t there just be a ‘service’? Never had a car (VW, Volvo, ) with different servicing cycles before?