Audi VIN History Checker

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Audi VIN Check and Lookup

Lookup Audi VIN and get a Full VIN History Report

How many Audi cars are out there? Many. And, of course, there is a reason for it. Indeed, this is one of the most popular car brands in the world because of its very wide range of models that can appeal any need and taste.

The German carmaker is characterized by a sober elegance (which is pleasing to the eye without being too outrageous), the incredibly comfortable and good-looking interior design and high technology standards. And, last but not least, Iron Man drives an Audi. Would you argue with him?

So, whether you are going to buy an Audi or to sell one, it would be very wise to be aware of all the characteristics of the car, in order to have a clear vision of the market value of the car. To obtain such specifics you have to do an Audi VIN lookup that is to check VIN number and see what data match with it.

"But how do I do this Audi VIN number check?" - you may ask. And "What exactly the VIN number is?"

Well, the VIN number, also called chassis number, is a special number used to recognise a car. It's a sort of fingerprint that allows to discover recalls, registrations, warranty claims and know about all the vital info such as engine, transmission, year of production, manufacturer and so on.

VIN History Report

So, if you need to be fully aware of the Audi VIN history you can easily use our checker and make an Audi VIN check free.

First of all, you have to find the VIN number of the car on which you need to get the information.

Here is a short guide on where you can find the VIN number according to the car model:

  • 100 (1971-1994);
    - on a dark steel plaque on the external part of the interior wing (the code doesn't display any safety mark)
    - in some exemplars you could detect the plaque on the external middle of the slam panel
    - a label with the code can be detected in the boot partition on the floor
  • 200;
    - on a metal plaque on the external part of the middle of the slam panel
  • 80;
    - on a dark steel plaque on the internal part of the external wing, near the bonnet hinge
    - on some exemplars the plaque can be detected on the external part of the bulkhead
  • 90;
    - on a metal plaque on the external part of the bulkhead
  • A2;
    - on a dark label under the fellow traveler seat carpet on the floor (the number doesn't display any safety mark)
    - can be detected on the lower part of the windshield, driver-side
  • A3 (S3);
    - on a black label on the edge of the offside suspension compartment
    - an auxiliary gray label can at times be detected in the boot partition on the internal part of the external wing, pretty low down
    - on the lower part of the frontal windshield on driver's side, written in bold black lettering on a light background
  • A4 (RS4/S4);
    - on a black label on the external side of the bulkhead
    - on a silver label in the boot compartment on the internal part of the external wing
    - on the low-left side of the front windshield
  • A5 (RS5/S5), A7;
    - on the off or near side door post on a label
    - on some models on a label in the boot partition
    - on the near side windshield in line with the dash
  • A6 (RS6/S6), Allroad;
    - on the external top suspension partition on a black label
    - detected through the shadow line on the lower left-side of the front windshield
  • A8 (S8);
    - on the external part of the slam panel, behind the headlamp
    - on earlier models it is in the same position but on a plaque held by two rivets
    - on the lower left-side part of the front windshield
  • A3 E-Tron;
    - on a label on one of the door sills or door jam
    - like on the regular A3, an auxiliary label can be detected in the boot partition on the internal part of the external wing
    - on the lower left-side of the frontal windshield
  • Quattro;
    - on a metal plaque on the external part of the bulkhead
  • Q5, Q7, R8;
    - within the luggage partition on the spare wheel cover
    - on some exemplars on the near side of the bulkhead
    - on some exemplars on the driver's B post
    - on the lower left-side of the windshield
    - only on R8, on some exemplars can be detected a vehicle label on the internal part of the fuse box in the interior
  • TT;
    - on the external top of the internal wing
    - on a label in the boot partition
    - on the lower left-side base of the frontal windshield

Once you get the VIN number just type it in our user-friendly VIN checker and enjoy all the information you need!

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