If you can share a few things about your ownership of the Audi E-Tron, what would it be? The most liked or hated, share them with every one I am sure you won't be the only one.
I know what you mean.Hey, range is not an issue as you deside if it fits your needs before U buy it. I like the fast charging and the driving as well as the space and that on the rear seat 2 adults can comfortable travel. I dislike the crappy myaudi app for the iphone. Other manufactures have that running (like JLR) and I do not unterstand why audi does not fix it. aanother point on my list is that the Companys own ultrafastchargers are not considured withing the cars navigation. This is für Europe. So I have to plan with my IPad using "a better route planner" my trips. This is "unworthy" for a car in that price point . I hope this will be fixed very soon. Besides that I really lave the car and enjoy driving it.
I agree with your other criticisms, but there is an adjustable slide that holds the belt buckle up wherever you want it. Let me know if you can't find yours and I'll send you a pic of mine.The seat belt buckle slips all the way to the bottom when it's fully retracted... making it a small chore to grab it between the pillar and the seat.
I love the vehicle. I hate the fact that there is no sunglass holder. Such a simple thing missing from such an expensive vehicle. I also do not like their customer service.If you can share a few things about your ownership of the Audi E-Tron, what would it be? The most liked or hated, share them with every one I am sure you won't be the only one.
Hi John. There is no 'creep' on current models of the e-tron. It will not hold on the hill unless you have your foot on the brake or unless you have the hold function enabled, in which case you can release the brake pedal and a green P icon appears on the dash to show you that the car is holding itself.Can anyone tell me how to deal with car goes backwards on uphill. I have hold function on and to activate I have to put my feet on break. I ask audi service center but they told me it’s how electric car drive.
I don't use Audi connect and my Apple Carplay works just fine wirelesslyLike how quiet it is at 80 mph.
Like how you can run the AC with the car off for an extended amount of time.
Like the interior fit and finish.
Like the B&O sound system.
Like how well it handles considering that it weighs more than a Ford F-150 pickup. It's not a canyon carver.
Like wireless Apple Carplay.
Don't like the ~180 range, especially when one of my drives has charging stations 120 miles apart.
Don't like the headlights. They're OK but Merc LED matrix lights are far better.
Don't like the excessive Audi Connect subscription prices.
Don't like how wireless Apple Carplay requires the excessively priced Audi Connect in order for the prerequisite wifi connection.
If you slide that adjuster on the seat belt almost all the way up so the full belt can still go back in then it doesn’t bang against the B pillar. Just have to fiddle with it to find the sweet spot.I have to upvote that the app sucks. I just checked version history in the app store, and they've been pushing out about once a month. Every push includes "design improvements"... I think it could use a big one. I mean, half of the apps first page is a picture of my car... I know what my car looks like; how about replacing most of that with lock/unlock and remote A/C controls.
How about the cup-holders? Is it just me, or does anyone else have a problem with the deep and narrow design. I mean, it can fit a Starbucks coffee cup, but good luck getting the cup out of the holder without popping the lid. I've dumped my share of coffee into the holder... it does clean up ok . Anyone have a DIY fix?
The seat belt buckle slips all the way to the bottom when it's fully retracted... making it a small chore to grab it between the pillar and the seat. Every other car I've driven has a 'stop' sewn into the strap that would stop the buckle from falling to the floor. Why not Audi? Also the passenger buckle flops around and hits the pillar, especially noticeable when the passenger window is open (and of course no one is sitting there).