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Audi A4, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#2933 of 4423 Re: A4 Prestige with Nav [arctic45]
Jun 21, 2009 (6:14 am)
Jack Daniels Audi Upper Saddle River is the worst service out there. In October I went in to lease a 09 A4 Quattro with 5,000 down for around 420 a month. Well anyway some how I left with a 2005 A6 fully loaded. The car is in the shop every month. Jack Daniels can't seem to pick up this popping noise in my car, and the sunroof visor has broken 4 times. (It took them 9 days to fix it at one point claiming they had to take the "Head Liner" down, which is a horrible lie) And 559 a month is a scam. Do yourself a favor and go to Riverside and buy your car if you haven't yet.
#2934 of 4423 Re: A4 Prestige with Nav [jms493]
Jun 22, 2009 (3:16 pm)
Trying to manage the same deal. What date did you close (i.e., end of the month?). Also, which dealer did you use? Is it true that NY taxes are only 3.75%??
Also, did you find a dealer who had the car you wanted on the lot or did you take the exterior/interior that was available on the lot at the moment?
Anyone else have thoughts on this deal?
#2935 of 4423 Re: A4 Prestige with Nav [backroad]
Jun 22, 2009 (4:30 pm)
I believe NY State tax is 8.125%.
I went to Jack Daniels Audi. I went there b/c it is close and they had they car I wanted on their inventory sheet. Thats why they are willing to give me the price. If they had to get the car they might not have came down that far. Also I dont think the Aruba Blue sells well so they were happy to get rid of it. I closed the deal on June 17th. They might be more price aggressive near the end of the month. let me know if you have any other questions.
#2936 of 4423 Re: May 2009 Residuals for 2009 2.0T Cab SE [Car_man]
Jun 24, 2009 (1:58 pm)
Hi, Car_man. My quote from a local dealer in the bay area is 0.00071 money factor with 0.52 residual (10,000 miles). I am currently an Audi owner, the dealer mentioned the $750 lease incentive.
My quote here is a $50,900 MSRP A4 3.2 Quattro, sale price is $44842. With $2500 down, the monthly payment for a 36 month 10,000 miles lease is $596. This quote includes $1,000 loyalty money (???) and two payments by Audi.
My question is that if I lower my choice to a A4 with MSRP around $40,500, how likely is it for the dealer to honor the $6,058 difference? Also, it seems their is an acquisition fee of aournd $600, any other fees that may be hidden there? Audi America website did not show any other fees.
#2937 of 4423 Re: A4 Prestige with Nav [jms493]
Jun 24, 2009 (2:02 pm)
Hi, jms493, nice deal. What is in the $2,525? I understand there is probably a first month payment, acquisition fee around $600, not sure how much they charge for tag in NY, anything else? Thanks so much.
#2938 of 4423 Re: Money Factor too high? [nhbanker]
Jun 25, 2009 (1:51 am)
Hey nhbanker. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor for a 36 month lease of a 2009 A4 2.0 Premium Plus Sedan with quattro is .00071 for consumers who pay a security deposit at lease signing. AFS will probably waive its security deposit requirement for returning lessees for free. For non-returning lessees it usually will waive the deposit in exchange for a .00015 money factor increase.
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#2939 of 4423 Re: May 2009 Residuals for 2009 2.0T Cab SE [datunlu]
Jun 25, 2009 (2:08 am)
Hi datunlu. The lease program that you were quoted is right in line with AFS' current program. The dealer probably will not be able to provide you with a $6,000 discount on a less expensive car because the margins are usually smaller on less expensive vehicles than they are on more expensive ones. You should look up the dealer invoice price of the new car that you are considering here at Edmunds.com (link) and shoot for a selling price that is a little over invoice minus the available cash incentives.
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Jun 26, 2009 (2:33 pm)
I'm trying to get a good deal on the lease of an A4 2.0T Premium with 12k. Going off the summer special, the Jack Daniels (NJ) dealership offered me 500/month (489/month was for 10k) with nothing down (1st month / taxes / etc included), but it seemed to me that the price may be negotiable. Is this a good price for it or do you think I could do better?
#2941 of 4423 Audi A4 Quattro Premium: $470/month 36 months
Jun 26, 2009 (5:31 pm)
So, it's now Friday and I have the weekend to decide on this.
I was offered the following deal:
A4 Quattro Premium
Rear/side air bags
NO heated seats
My cost $470/month, $400 out-of-pocket. 12,000 miles/year for 36 months.
I'm not a big car shopper and wanted to know how I did? I think the sticker was $35,750 which was the highest priced Premiums they had on the lot.
#2942 of 4423 Premium Plus 2.0 - decent deal?
Jun 27, 2009 (11:47 am)
Is this a good deal? I can't tell b/c it's hard to know based on camparing numbers
Having trouble understanding the dealer's quote
35,320 is cap cost on Premium Plus quattro A4 2.0T with silver exterior, black interior, standard metal interior trim (no wood) - that is 10K miles per year with a residual of 19530. The cap cost includes 500 off via Conquest and subtracting the first month payment. The money factor is 0.00071. This makes for a total monthly payment of 503, which is 488 + 39 + 64 (base + lease fee + tax). I give 1052 down for license and title.
I thought invoice would be around 34,800, but the dealer wouldn't come down further
I thought the tax is usually paid up front? Why are they including it in each payment.