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#1800 of 2045 Purchase Price Question - Dealer wants me to Resign Contract
Jul 12, 2011 (6:09 pm)
Need advice from my fellow audi owners. Here's my situation.
Just purchased a 2011 A4 Premium. MSRP of $34,400 from an Audi dealer in California. After 2 weeks of negotiating, they dropped my price down to $30,450 with a 60 month buy interest rate of 1.9%. My monthly payment is $410 and change with $10k down. Out the door with tax and license it was $33,500.
They tried to rip me off on GAP and Audi Care (They wanted $1700 bux for it at first. LOL) and all that other nonsense the financials guy tries to sell you at the end. Didn't work!
Anyways, today the financials guy calls me and leaves me a voicemail saying that I have to go back and resign the contract to include a $1500 rebate. They say that Nothing in the numbers for me is going to change. This is strictly for the dealer. (I had mentioned that we leased an audi two years back for a cousin when I was buying the car). Is this the loyalty rebate? Are they trying to include this in there and get paid on it? My gut is telling me something fishy is going on. Can anyone share some insight into this?
#1801 of 2045 A4 question for Car man
Jul 13, 2011 (7:51 am)
I'd like to hear your opinion on this quote. I was quoted an Audi A4 2.0 quattro 2011 premium plus - with navigation and Audi care for $35,500 (from a smaller town in Florida). 36 months and 10,000 miles.
He tells me $595.74/month with nothing down (only $500 to cover taxes and fees).
Why so much monthly payment on a sales price for the car? I'm not sure how to proceed with this quote.
#1802 of 2045 Re: Purchase Price Question - Dealer wants me to Resign Contract [antman05]
Jul 13, 2011 (7:58 am)
That sounds like the amt for the loyalty rebate. I wouldn't go in and sign anything. Sounds like they are going to pocket the money. You are free and clear, you signed and are keeping up your end of the deal. I wouldn't do anything else.
These people never cease to amaze me.
#1803 of 2045 Re: Purchase Price Question - Dealer wants me to Resign Contract [antman05]
Jul 13, 2011 (10:53 am)
Hi i was wondering which deler in California you went to. because when i went into the dealer they are only willing give me 1400 off msrp..
#1804 of 2045 Re: Purchase Price Question - Dealer wants me to Resign Contract [antman05]
Jul 16, 2011 (3:14 pm)
Tell them you will sign it if they split it with you. If not you are not signing.
#1805 of 2045 Re: need help with A4 premium package price [kingston6]
Jul 16, 2011 (3:16 pm)
What is the invoice price of the car?
#1806 of 2045 Re: A4 question for Car man [millenia98]
Jul 16, 2011 (3:28 pm)
Is there sales tax if Florida? What interest rate are they giving you? What are your additional fees?
#1807 of 2045 Re: A4 question for Car man [jnyz]
Jul 16, 2011 (4:58 pm)
There is sales tax - based on 6.5%.
1.44% interest rate (money factor is .00060).
The additional fees that I just found out about today are acquisition fee - $695, dealer fee $699 and Audi care $800 (which I asked for).
Also, is it a must that I pay the dealer and acquisition fees, or can those be negotiated out?
#1808 of 2045 Re: A4 question for Car man [millenia98]
Jul 16, 2011 (5:35 pm)
That is way too much. Try using this http://www.leaseguide.com/calc.htm to give you a better understanding. Everything can be nego.
#1809 of 2045 Re: A4 question for Car man [jnyz]
Jul 16, 2011 (6:03 pm)
You're right. I hope they go for it. No acquisition fee and no dealer fee. Hopefully that flies, b/c that is definitely the difference between their calculation and mine.