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Audi A4, Sedan
#756 of 2072 Need help on price for a CPO 2006 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro
Apr 27, 2007 (10:48 pm)
I have recently been looking for a 2006 Certified Pre-Owned Audi A4 2.0T Quattro (Auto.) Sedan from a dealer. What do you think would be a good price for such a model with the Premium package with around 12,000 miles on it?
I am pitching for around 26K + TT&L for the above configuration for 2006 CPO. The dealer is also providing me 5.9% APR financing and other standard Audi CPO features like added warrenty, etc.
Does 26,000 sound a good deal on this?
#757 of 2072 Convertible Audio Question
May 10, 2007 (11:19 am)
About to pull the trigger on an '07 A4 Cabriolet CVT and I was wondering if the Premium Audio System upgrade is worth the $1000 price?
Also any feedback you may have before I lock into this car?
Thanks in advance.
#758 of 2072 Does anyone buy these things
May 18, 2007 (10:39 am)
I am considering an A4 cab AWD 2.0T and was looking for what people are paying over invoice, though all I see are leases. What are these selling for over invoice and is there a real reason not to buy for the long term?
#759 of 2072 Re: Does anyone buy these things [s1gins]
May 24, 2007 (12:53 pm)
Relative to other near-luxury brands, Audis have terrible resale value. I have owned two and loved both, but got killed at trade-in time. If I were to buy another Audi, it would be through a subvented lease or as a CPO. If I were looking for an A4 Cab today, it would be a 2006 CPO (lower price, great warranty and free maintenance still included).
#760 of 2072 Re: Convertible Audio Question [jasonscott]
May 26, 2007 (5:34 pm)
I have an '07 2.0T Quattro with sirius and the upgraded audio. I think it is one of the best sounding automobile audio systems i've ever heard. Keep in mind, the quality is only as good as the input and I went ahead and integrated my ipod.
#761 of 2072 Ordering a 2008
May 31, 2007 (6:03 pm)
Considering an A4 Avant, and am planning on ordering from factory. If I do this in June, will I likely get a 2008? Additionally, A little confused on the news about the upcoming B8. I have read that it is to debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September, but is the B8 the 2008 A4 model, or is this for 2009?? Thanks.
#762 of 2072 picked up my a4 2.0t at the end of the may!
Jun 02, 2007 (5:12 am)
heres the details:
2007 A4 2.0T fronttrak multitronic transmission
cold weather package
purchase price 28500 (about 700$ under invoice!)
1500 down 368/mo 36mos/10k miles
did some serious over the phone negotiating at the end of the month picked it up the same day
love the car!!!
#763 of 2072 Need help on 06 A4 Sline numbers
Jun 04, 2007 (10:44 am)
Here are my details:
-2007 A4 2.0T CVT
-S line package
-premium package, tech package, bluetooth, Convenience
MSRP: 38,185 (when it was new)
Asking price: 30,495
I originally wanted to lease...but now I am leaning towards buying. Here are the numbers:
-2000 down, 36 months, 12k Miles, money factor: .00175.
-4000 down, 591 a month, 60 months, 6.9%APR
Let me know what you think. Am I getting a fair deal?
#764 of 2072 Need Advice for 07 A4 2.0 CVT Purchase
Jun 07, 2007 (8:56 pm)
I am getting ready to make a purchase of a 07 A4 2.0 CVT. My options for my local dealer are to choose from the following:
Pick from at least 30+ base models, some which have been sitting on the lot over a month, with the premium package (all running from $30,0XX - $32,XXX)
Pick from at least 1 or 2 S-Line CVT, one with Navigation for $35,5XX and without for $34,3XX).
I really like the S-Line package, all the subtle changes really make it stand out to me however there is only 1 or 2 usually available which makes me think they won't want to drop the price so much.
I usually purchase everything up front. Some people will argue that I am crazy, I really don't see how, but thats just the way I have always purchased cars and usually works out for the lowest cost of ownership in the end after I crunch the numbers, however this is the most expensive car I have purchased so far. I am planning in this case to pay for 85% of the car up front ($13,000 for trade in of 2005 Scion tC, $10,000 down cash), and then pay the difference in the next 4 months.
With that much down, can I expect to maybe shoot for the following prices:
Base model 2.0t cvt w/ premium package- $28500?
Base model 2.0t cvt w/ S-Line package - $29500-$30500?
Higher? Lower? Will they likely not want to deal with me as much because they won't be getting much interest off me? Do car dealers like customers like me or grunt when someone makes an offer like this? So far I have gotten the 'Have you thought about leasing' spiel from every salesman I have talked to, at any dealership when I talk of my plan.
#765 of 2072 Re: Need help on 06 A4 Sline numbers [slurpee23]
Jun 08, 2007 (1:33 pm)
Let me get this straight. You have received a quote that is $8000 below MSRP and you want to know if it is a fair deal? The money factor is way too high but the price is remarkable.