Splash Guards (Rear) - Audi (4G0-075-101-B)
- SKU: 4G0-075-101-B
- Other Names: Mud Guard, Mud Flap
This OEM Audi rear splash guard kit protects the finish of your vehicle. The splash guards keep dirt, debris, and other road hazards from destroying your paint job or being thrown up your tires. Splash guards are an inexpensive way to avoid $1,000s in premature rust and paint abrasions.
- * Set of two rear splash guards
- * Made from crack-resistant rubber
- * Weight: 3 lbs
- * Product Dimensions: 15 x 3.5 x 11.4 inches
- * Fits 2016-2017 Audi A6
- * Fits 2016-2017 Audi A6 Quattro
- * Fits 2016-2017 Audi S6
- Condition: New
|Make||Body & Trim||Engine & Transmission|
|2018 Audi A6 Quattro||Premium, Premium Plus, Prestige, Sport||2.0L L4 - Gas, 3.0L V6 - Gas|
|2017 Audi A6 Quattro||Competition, Premium, Premium Plus, Prestige||2.0L L4 - Gas, 3.0L V6 - Gas|
|2016 Audi A6||Premium, Premium Plus||2.0L L4 - Gas|
|2016 Audi A6 Quattro||Premium Plus, Prestige, TDI Premium Plus, TDI Prestige||2.0L L4 - Gas, 3.0L V6 - Diesel, 3.0L V6 - Gas|
Bernardi Parts has been serving the Audi community for more than 40 years. We bring the same knowledge and experience that has made us one of the most-trusted car dealers in New England to our online parts and accessories store. We offer a wide selection of OEM Audi parts, each manufactured to the same exacting standards that make Audi the most exciting car brand on the market and available from our online store at the best prices you’ll find. All of our parts are backed by a 12-month warranty.
Audi is the German car maker that is synonymous with luxury. As a 2016-2018 Audi vehicle owner, you care about what goes into your car—rightfully so! We care, too!
That’s why we carry a wide selection of Audi parts, including Audi Splash Guards (Rear) SKU 4G0-075-101-B.
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