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Audi A4, Sedan
#2036 of 2072 Re: 2013 A4 Premium Plus [avopr]
Apr 18, 2013 (9:17 pm)
try looking on here at the invoice and on truecar.com There are so many configurations for the car it's tough to tell exactly, but in general there seems to be a $2800 - 3500 spread from MSRP to Invoice on the A4.
Also, see if you qualify for an existing manufacturers rebate like a loyalty program, or a conquest rebate. Eg. if you already own an Audi or a direct competitor like BMW, MB, Acura, Lexus Infiniti.
I wound up paying about $1000 under invoice because of the rebate. Also, don't fall for surcharges like glass etching for $250 or anything. Finally, you could end up with the car at or below invoice, but get low balled on the trade in.
not a specific answer but gives you some things to think about in your research
#2037 of 2072 Re: 2013 A4 Premium Plus [escortowner]
Apr 19, 2013 (3:51 am)
Very good answer. You really can give an answer until you post an invoice cost.
Negotiate cost of car before trade in. Again do not purchase extras.
#2038 of 2072 Re: 2013 A4 Premium Plus [jnyz]
Apr 19, 2013 (6:02 pm)
invoice - 43150
#2039 of 2072 Re: 2013 A4 Premium Plus [avopr]
Apr 24, 2013 (5:39 pm)
I bot 2013 Audi A4 Premium Plus w/MSRP of $44970 for $42k. I was not eligible for $1000 rebate
#2040 of 2072 2011 A4 Premium CPO
Apr 26, 2013 (5:25 pm)
Just came back from a Audi dealer with the following offer:
Offered sales price: 24980
Dealer fee: 599.00
Then there are tag application fee and another small fee add to roughly $90
Total OTD: 27,3**.00
Then I was able to bring it down a bit to $26,950 and they wouldn't go down anymore.
About the car:
36K miles on it
3.5 years of CPO left on the car
clean carfax, one lease owner
the dealer is willing to thrown in all-weather mats for free
Any ideas if this is a good/okay deal? Thanks!!
#2041 of 2072 Re: 2011 A4 Premium CPO [hithere6]
Apr 27, 2013 (2:18 am)
You need to do some more research on the car. What is blue book value? What is msrp? Is that the original msrp? There is no msrp on a used car, only a new car. There is a dsrp though. You need to do a little more homework to see if you are getting a good deal.
Apr 27, 2013 (2:21 am)
Also I do not see any sense in buying a fwd Audi, the reason people buy is for the handling and you do not have that with a fwd Audi.
#2043 of 2072 Re: 2011 A4 Premium CPO [jnyz]
Apr 27, 2013 (4:11 am)
That's the original MSRP. KBB is $28437.
I intended to buy a AWD, but after some research I changed my mind. I am a regular commuter coming from a Honda Accord, so FWD has enough features I am looking for for an A4 for now. Thank you for your advice. How about the price tho?
#2044 of 2072 Re: 2011 A4 Premium CPO [hithere6]
Apr 27, 2013 (2:14 pm)
What is the year? i'm not really into used cars but I would assume anything under KBB wholesale would be a good deal.
May 24, 2013 (6:33 pm)
The 2014 (model year) A4 can now be ordered. They seem to have upped the standard features since it gets replaced at the end of 2014, at least in Europe. On paper, they claim a little more HP (9), though many people think Audi is correcting their understated claim.
As best I know the prices have not yet been released. Any idea on pricing for an A4Q Premium and Premium + (no other options) ? The dealership is offering $500 over invoice; take it or leave it.
Any idea of the actual wholesale price (or holdbacks, incentives/volume targets) ?
I have an offer for a 2013 A4Q, Ibis, P with Heated Seats, Conv and Lighting, for $35.5k. They claim it’s a loss for them; I am far from convinced but failed to squeeze any more $$$ out of them.
What do you think – 2013 P at a good price (steep depreciation ahead)or go with the 2014 P+ ?
Thanks in advance