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The benefits of owning an Audi and the parts available online

Whenever someone calls out the name of the dream car or a luxury car, there are high chances of some model of Audi being on the list. The car is not just loved for its look but also boasts of a powerful performance.

If one of your loves is your Audi, you need to take great care of it and get it serviced at the right time. There are also times when your car might meet with an accident, and you need to get some of its parts replaced. It is a well-known fact that Audi car parts are quite expensive with the dealers or with the service centers. So, getting your car serviced might literally seem like burning a hole in your pocket if you buy the spare parts from authorized dealers. It is time to be a smart buyer and buy the parts online as you will surely get them at a discount on various websites. Also, you will not have to spend money on visiting markets as some of them might be available with free delivery.

Here are some important things about Audi auto parts that every Audi owner must know: -

There are some parts that you need not get replaced too frequently. The time duration will depend on the way you handle your car.

If you are driving on bumpy roads too frequently, you might have to get the shockers replaced soon. If you do not replace it too quickly, you might have to replace other expensive parts because of the non-functionality of shockers.

The belt will have to get replaced frequently as it might lose its full functionality due to wear and tear.

Fuel components must be cleaned, and the filter must be replaced from time to time. They not only cause more pollution to the environment, but the fuel starts getting consumed at a faster rate than a car with proper fuel parts and in normal working conditions.

Though the injectors are fuel efficient, they also have high chances of getting clogged. So, this is one part that you have to pay special attention to.

The parts of the older models of Audi are less expensive than those of the latest models. If you own an older model, make sure that you are getting the parts at a discount if the prices have not been reduced much.

You now have an idea about the parts that have to be replaced more frequently, and you need to pay special attention to them. Just make sure that you get them replaced at the right time; otherwise, the damage can spread to other parts as well. Check the parts online and place your order for them before taking your car for servicing and getting some parts replaced. This will help you in saving a substantial amount on your servicing bill, and you will get an assurance that the right part is being used in your car.

Give your Audi a servicing from time to time and see how the powerful performance is maintained. 

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Electric cars are getting more popular with each passing day not in the developed economies alone but in the developing ones too. And, this can be well attributed to the growing concerns over the irreparable damage caused to the environment due to the combustion of fuel. Considering this, having an electric car in a well-developed European nation is much cheaper than having a petrol-run car these days. All thanks to the government subsidies for the cause. Not just this, automobile giants have also joined the race of developing electric vehicles after realizing the huge potential in the segment.

Dwelling in the past!

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The traces of electric vehicles are found during the early 19th century when French, Scottish and American innovators attempted to develop an electric car that was capable of carrying goods. However, these experiments did not meet significant success due to the fact that internal combustion engines were getting better, and electric starter made fossil fuel-powered cars way better and cheaper. The concept of electric cars was dead only until concerns were raised against air pollution spread by cars, which use fossil fuel like gasoline, petrol, or diesel.

If we talk about the time, the golden time, when electric cars started going mainstream. It was, indeed, the period from the ‘80s to 2000s, where we could really see electric cars on the streets that were capable enough to compete with any diesel- or petrol-powered vehicle. Tesla Motors played a significant role in this revolution. And, one of the earlier outcomes was Tesla Roadster, which was the first highway legal serial production all-electric car to use lithium-ion battery cells just like any other electronic gadget. Undoubtedly, the most impressive part about Tesla Roadster was the power and performance it delivered; clocking at more than 320 km trip per charge. Soon after Tesla Roadster, Tesla Model X was launched. Following the footsteps of Tesla who pioneered the electric vehicle technology, soon Mitsubishi Motors introduced the Mitsubishi i-MiEV.

Later, automobile giants like Nissan, General Motors and BMW (Volkswagen) invested heavily in research regarding electric and autonomous cars. Notably, Nissan Leaf, introduced in Japan and the United States in December 2010 became the first modern all-electric family hatchback to be produced for the mass market from a major manufacturer. Further, Renault Fluence Z.E. was the first electric car for mass production to come with the switchable battery technology. During 2012-2013, BMW, Renault, Honda, Toyota, Mahindra and Mercedes were in a fierce race. But, Tesla Model S took away the cake in the plug-in electric car category in North America.

Scanning the Presence!

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If we talk about the current situation, the electric car adoption rate is the highest in Norway where electric cars make up to 45.3 per cent of the total vehicles on roads, whereas plug-in hybrids have a market share of 14.9 per cent. It was no surprise to know that Norway is the first country where one out of every ten registered passenger cars, is a plug-in electric vehicle. Countries like the Netherlands and Sweden have also got an automobile market where electric cars have quite a sweet pie; followed by France, the U.K., China, and the U.S. Overall, the trend is catching up, and there is no visible slowdown as yet when it comes to making new efficient and modern electric cars.

In emerging markets like China and India, car manufacturers have a goal to sell as many as 7 million and 10 million electric cars by 2025 and 2030, respectively. Further, France and the United Kingdom aim to go towards an all-electric car market by 2040. Moving ahead, it looks like China would be one of the first nations to adopt the electric car technology for almost everything. But, there is one big challenge and that is to set up charging stations and electric vehicle policies.

It is to be noted that Norway could evolve fast because the country has already planned reduction in carbon emissions by selling its natural resources (fossil fuel) to other nations at the price where the nation would reward its citizens to go eco-friendly. But, countries like China and India, where indigenous technologies are ruling, rewards for buying cleaner and greener fuel cannot be offered to the population. Besides sustainability issues, there might be a huge protest starting-off soon from the oil industry; pressurising the governments to levy a tax on electric cars.

Certainly, the future is as diverse as a prism breaks the light in seven parts. And, it’s time to prepare for the adoption of electric vehicles for a better future and for a better Earth.

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