There should be some kind of class action suit taken out against the makers of these transmission who sell this fantasy of sealed for life boxes, if science has advanced so much why don't they make seal for life engines, save everybody a great deal of money and time including the dealers of having to do oil changes every so many kms !
Anyways, I would also say get a complete oil filter and flush, not change, there is a difference, and make 100000% sure you use the correct oil and not just any ol' transmission fluid.
In this case I highly suggest to change your gear oil and gear oil filter immediately. This made for life and dont change until gear stuck is crap sold by dealers to sell you whole tranny when its too late to rebuilt. Delay in responding could be first step, and next will be jerking, then shifting hesitation.
@barry and desertdude;
i couldn't really identify if its the engine or the tranny, but.... 'it seems like' its the tranny as i hear the engine revs before the tranny responds... i may be wrong..
the DSG/filter has never been changed, i was told by the audi mechanic (sonny) that those tranny types don't require oil/filter change unless is shifts very badly which is not my case, the car shifts smoothly.
reason is, i have other cars of japanese and american make and i don't experience it with supposedly cheaper cars and it makes me feel bad i have to experience it with the supposedly expensiver car.
no i don't think its a turbo..
thanks for your replies.