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Audi A6, Sedan, Wagon
#446 of 670 Re: 2006 Audi A6 - great deal [truethat]
Oct 08, 2006 (2:59 am)
Guys, Im in So CAL and looking to get the same deals like u guys. 9000 off MSRP. I wonder if any of the dealers have the 06s in stock anymore. if so, is the dealer 6000 cash still valid?
also, did any of you get the 9000 off msrp PLUS the special financing rate incentive?
if i do find a car 3.2 CVT (fwd) that has only sunroof options, you think i can still bargain for 9000 off msrp?
That means its gonna be ~$34000.
ps. i hope im not too late in this...
#447 of 670 Re: 2006 Audi A6 - great deal [dkla76]
Oct 08, 2006 (8:05 am)
I doubt they'd sell an A6 for that price (I may be wrong...). That would mean they're releasing an A6 for cheaper than they're selling most of the A4's...
#448 of 670 Re: 2006 Audi A6 - great deal [liferules]
Oct 08, 2006 (12:29 pm)
have u read the posts from others who got 9000 off msrp?
#449 of 670 Re: 2006 Audi A6 - great deal [dkla76]
Oct 08, 2006 (8:28 pm)
Yes. Have you? They were fully loaded 3.2's selling MSRP in the $50's. I wish you luck finding a CVT bare-bones for $9K off. You asked our opinion and I have given mine...
#450 of 670 Re: 2006 Audi A6 - great deal [liferules]
Oct 08, 2006 (9:30 pm)
i was right. just picked up 06 CVT with premium and sunroof ($4000 in option).
MSRP was $45540. Got $9500 OFF MSRP, total price was $35,990.
awesome car for killer price.
just wish i had gotten the audi special financing rate.
#451 of 670 2007 A6 Quattro 3.2
Oct 09, 2006 (10:37 am)
Just bought a loaded 2007 A6 3.2 from Carlsen Audi in Palo Alto, CA for dealer invoice price. Very fast process via Edmunds quote request. Apparently they had received 4 truckloads of Audis the day before so needed to unload them at what appears to be a good deal. I was a little disappointed to find out that I had to pay somewhat hidden $190 prep fee and $300 Bay Area advertising fees which I'm told are mandatory for every Audi in this area and no one gets away without it. I'd be interested to hear from others if this is true. Anyway, even if this meant the deal is considered $490 over dealer invoice, that seems like a pretty good deal. Other dealers offered $1000 over invoice though not sure if they would also later add ad and prep fees since I didn't get further in those discussions. Hope this is helpful.
#452 of 670 Re: 2007 A6 Quattro 3.2 [kenj9]
Oct 10, 2006 (11:42 am)
What was the final cost of your car?
#453 of 670 Re: 2007 A6 Quattro 3.2 [kindzcar]
Oct 11, 2006 (10:01 pm)
$51,840 inlcuding the $300 Ad fee and $195 prep I mentioned. Options below
Segmented Steering Wheel w/Shift Paddles
Cold Weather Package
Power Rear and Manual Rear Side Window Sunshades
#454 of 670 Re: 2007 A6 Quattro 3.2 [kenj9]
Oct 12, 2006 (6:23 am)
I paid $400 over invoice with no Ad fee in the numbers for my 2007 A6 Avant which was an ordered car.I thought that was a good deal and seems very close to yours
#455 of 670 Re: 2006 Audi A6 - great deal [dkla76]
Oct 18, 2006 (8:54 am)
dkla76, do you mind telling us what dealer you got this deal at?