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Audi Car Showrooms in Punjab

Audi Car Showrooms in Punjab - Find a list of Audi Car Showrooms in Punjab along with their Service Centre available in Punjab with their Address, Contact person, Phone Numbers, Fax Number, Email IDs etc.

Audi Car Showrooms in Punjab

  • Abohar
  • Adampur
  • Ahmedgarh
  • Ajnala
  • Akalgarh
  • Alawalpur
  • Alhoran
  • Amargarh
  • Amloh
  • Amritsar
  • Amritsar Cantonment
  • Anandpur Sahib
  • Apra
  • Aur
  • Baba Bakala
  • Baddowal
  • Badhni Kalan
  • Bagha Purana
  • Balachaur
  • Balongi
  • Banga
  • Banur
  • Bareta
  • Bariwala
  • Barnala
  • Baryar
  • Bassi Pathana
  • Batala
  • Bathinda
  • Begowal
  • Behrampur
  • Bhadaur
  • Bhadson
  • Bhagta Bhai Ka
  • Bhamian Kalan
  • Bhankharpur
  • Bhattian
  • Bhawanigarh
  • Bhikhi
  • Bhikhiwind
  • Bhisiana
  • Bhogpur
  • Bhucho Mandi
  • Bhulath
  • Budha Theh
  • Budhlada
  • Bungal
  • Chachoki
  • Chamkaur Sahib
  • Cheema
  • Chogawan
  • Chohal
  • Chomon
  • Daper
  • Dasua (Dasuya)
  • Daulatpur
  • Dera Baba Nanak
  • Dera Bassi
  • Dhaki
  • Dhanaula
  • Dharamkot
  • Dhariwal
  • Dhilwan
  • Dhin
  • Dhuri
  • Dina Nagar
  • Dirba
  • Doraha
  • Faridkot
  • Fatehgarh Churian
  • Fateh Nangal
  • Fazilka
  • Firozpur
  • Firozpur Cantonment
  • Gardhiwala
  • Garhshankar (Garhshanker)
  • Ghagga
  • Ghanauli
  • Ghanaur
  • Ghoh
  • Gidderbaha (Giddarbaha)
  • Gill
  • Gobindgarh (Mandi Gobindgarh)
  • Goniana
  • Goraya
  • Gurdaspur
  • Guru Har Sahai
  • Halwara
  • Handiaya
  • Hariana
  • Hazipur (Hajipur)
  • Hoshiarpur
  • Hussainpur
  • Jagraon
  • Jaitu
  • Jalalabad
  • Jalandhar [Jullundur]
  • Jalandhar Cantonment
  • Jandiala
  • Jodhan
  • Jugial
  • Kapurthala
  • Kartarpur
  • Kathanian
  • Khamanon
  • Khambra on Nakodar Road
  • Khanauri
  • Khanna
  • Kharar
  • Khem Karan
  • Khilchian
  • Khothran
  • Korianwali
  • Kot
  • Kot Fatta
  • Kot Ise Khan
  • Kot Kapura
  • Kotla Nihang
  • Kurali
  • Lalru
  • Lehragaga
  • Lohian Khass
  • Longowal
  • Ludhiana
  • Machhiwara
  • Mahilpur
  • Majitha
  • Makhu
  • Malerkotla
  • Malikpur
  • Mallanwala Khass
  • Maloud (Malaudh)
  • Malout
  • Mamun
  • Mansa
  • Manwal
  • Maur
  • Mehna
  • Mirpur
  • Moga
  • Moonak
  • Morinda
  • Mubarakpur
  • Mudal
  • Mudki
  • Mukerian
  • Muktsar (Sri Muktsar Sahib)
  • Mullanpur Dakha
  • Mullanpur Garib Dass
  • Nabha
  • Nakodar
  • Nangal
  • Nangli
  • Narot Mehra
  • Nawanshahr
  • Naya Gaon
  • Nehon
  • Nilpur
  • Nurmahal
  • Partap Singhwala
  • Pathankot
  • Patiala
  • Patran
  • Patti
  • Payal
  • Phagwara
  • Phagwara Sharki
  • Phillaur
  • Qadian
  • Rahon
  • Raikot
  • Rail
  • Raipur Rasulpur
  • Raja Sansi
  • Rajpura
  • Rakri
  • Raman
  • Ramdas
  • Rampura Phul
  • Rayya
  • Rupnagar
  • Rurki Kasba
  • Sahnewal
  • Saloh
  • Samana
  • Samrala
  • Sanaur
  • Sangat
  • Sangrur
  • Sansarpur
  • Sarai Khas
  • Sardulgarh
  • Sarna
  • S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali, Ajitgarh)
  • Satyewala
  • Shahkot
  • Sham ChaurasI
  • Shikar
  • Sirhind Fatehgarh Sahib
  • Sohana
  • Sri Hargobindpur
  • Sufipind
  • Sujanpur
  • Sultanpur
  • Sunam
  • Talwandi Bhai
  • Talwandi Sabo
  • Talwara
  • Tapa
  • Tarn Taran
  • Tharial
  • Tharike
  • Tibri
  • Urmar Tanda
  • Zira
  • Zirakpur

About Audi

Audi AG is a German automobile manufacturer that designs, engineers, produces, markets and distributes luxury vehicles. Audi is a member of the Volkswagen Group and has its roots at Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany. Audi-branded vehicles are produced in nine production facilities worldwide.

The origins of the company are complex, going back to the early 20th century and the initial enterprises (Horch and the Audiwerke) founded by engineer August Horch; and two other manufacturers (DKW and Wanderer), leading to the foundation of Auto Union in 1932. The modern era of Audi essentially began in the 1960s when Auto Union was acquired by Volkswagen from Daimler-Benz. After relaunching the Audi brand with the 1965 introduction of the Audi F103 series, Volkswagen merged Auto Union with NSU Motorenwerke in 1969, thus creating the present day form of the company.

The company name is based on the Latin translation of the surname of the founder, August Horch. "Horch", meaning "listen" in German, becomes "audi" in Latin. The four rings of the Audi logo each represent one of four car companies that banded together to create Audi's predecessor company, Auto Union. Audi's slogan is Vorsprung durch Technik, meaning "Being Ahead through Technology". However, Audi USA had used the slogan "Truth in Engineering" from 2007 to 2016, and have not used the slogan since 2016. Audi, along with BMW and Mercedes-Benz, is among the best-selling luxury automobile brands in the world.

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