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Audi S4, Convertible, Sedan, Wagon
#1 of 144 audi S4 convert
Feb 13, 2005 (3:37 pm)
Went to the local dealer here in CA and test drove an S4 cab quattro - had 6500 miles on it (2004) - seems great, but never owned an audi. dealer is asking $52,000 but probably could get for flat $50,000. It's a lot of money - Interested if anyone has any strong opinions about that price for that car? Or if it doesn't work out - will I lose a ton of money selling it?
#2 of 144 Re: audi S4 convert [macwebtiger]
Feb 20, 2005 (8:16 am)
I loved my a4 3.0 cab until someone rear ended me yesterday and bent the frame. They were going over 40 and i was standing still. the car really did a good job protecting us. i am looking a the s4 cuz it has a stick and at 50K compared to the 3.0 may not be a bad deal.
#3 of 144 Leasing rates for an S4 in NYC area?
Feb 23, 2005 (8:36 am)
hi all - any chance someone out there can provide a dealer reco and recent pricing info for leasing an S4 (preferably with premium package, but w/out nav) in the NYC/NJ area?
Not for me, but I'm doing the leg work for a less internet savvy friend.
#4 of 144 Re: audi S4 convert [macwebtiger]
Apr 25, 2005 (7:29 pm)
I got a brand new 2004 S4 Cab with everything, except the nav system for $50,900. And that was in New York! You should get that car for under 50 thou.
PS You'll love it!
#6 of 144 Bought a 2005 S4 Manual Sedan
May 30, 2005 (9:25 pm)
I just bought a 2005 S4 at Audi of Alexandria for $47750, not including VA tax and registration/application fees. Options include Premium package, Audio package w/XM radio, Heated front seats, Power Rear windows and manual rear side window sunshades.
I am sure I could have gotten lower price, but unfortunately I lack the aggressiveness of a good bargainer. It is an early 2005 model and not the re-design one with big grills. I opt for Premier purchase plan, since they offer 3% APR, 10000 miles per year, for 36 months and at the end of the plan I can either trade, turn in the car and walk away, or keep the car and pay $28728. Total monthly payment comes to $560 a month, including GAP insurance. Total of the car price paid with tax and other fees comes to $50304. I hope this help somewhat to those that wishes to buy 2005 S4 that has been discontinued. Oh and down payment was $5000
#7 of 144 Just got 2005 S4 leased.
Jun 07, 2005 (12:55 am)
It is silver with premium package no cold or Bose or Nav. It is Tiptronic(auto).
Put down $3700 and payments of $575 WITH TAX and 12,000 miles per year.
I dont know how these guys did it but I could find no other dealer in LA area willing to match it on similar cars with different colors.
I was not loving silver so I called many dealer from San Diego to north of LA.
They all said if you can get it get two!
Well I don't hate silver that much...great car put 1,000 miles already and it is great.
Silver blends in a bit too much for me coming from a red/black MINI Cooper S.
I wanted the blue, red or yellow S4 but silver looks handsome.
#8 of 144 What are the Residuals for the new body (2005.5/ 2006) S4's ?
Jun 12, 2005 (8:40 pm)
I'm trying to figure out a lease payment with my calculator... can anyone help me out? Also what money factor should I be using....thank you in advance.
#9 of 144 Just ordered an S4 Cabrio loaded
Jun 13, 2005 (3:32 pm)
I just ordered an S4 '06 Cabrio (silver with red seats) agreed price with dealer is $2,200 under MSRP which seems pretty good (unfortunately '06 prices are considerably up on '05)
#10 of 144 Re: Just ordered an S4 Cabrio loaded [dreward]
Jul 03, 2005 (8:44 pm)
I am seriously considering ordering a 2006 S4 cabrio. Can you tell me the name of the Audi dealership and the name of the sales agent who is giving you such a good deal? I amy want to talk him into giving me a similar deal.