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Audi A1 Sportsback keyless entry

Asked by George

I recently bought a new Audi A1 Sportsback with a $600 optional convenience key. On the specifications guide it states "full keyless entry and start", but the keyless entry only works on the driver's door. I enquired with both the dealer and Audi as to why it doesn't work on the other doors and was told that this is the correct set-up. It is very misleading to state "full keyless entry" when in fact it's not. Should I complain?

Answered by CarsGuide

17 Jan 2014 Graham Smith

It might be misleading in that it suggests that it should work on all doors, but it's done that way for safety so anyone with malicious intent can't jump into the car through the other doors while you're getting yourself organized and getting into the car yourself. If you feel sufficiently aggrieved about it you could complain, but I wouldn't be complaining about it myself.

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