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Audi A4, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#771 of 4290 Re: Audi A4: Lease Questions [Car_man]
Aug 26, 2006 (3:51 am)
Need your opinion carman. I have a 2004 Audi A4 my lease is up in a year and 5 months. However I can only put 2000 more miles on before i get charged the .25 cents a mile. The car was appraised at 15500 and the buy out is 19600. I am willing to go into another lease. Is there any lease deals out there that can eat up the upside down 4000. I know GM usually has good deals and would do a caddy. Any advise would be appreciated.
#772 of 4290 Re: Beginners lease questions. [Car_man]
Aug 26, 2006 (9:27 pm)
I have got a deal from a local dealer for a 2007 A4 2.0T CVT AUTOMATIC
PREMIUM / LEATHER / SUNROOF / 17" ALLOY WHEELS / CD CHANGER / DUAL CLIMATE CONTROL /
$275 PER MONTH
15,000 MILES PER YEAR
My guess is $275 + Tax? Anyway is this a good deal?
#773 of 4290 Leasing an Audi in Texas
Aug 27, 2006 (8:57 am)
I need some input on a lease deal I'm working with University Park Audi in Dallas, Texas. The numbers seem way too high, but I gather it's from the strange lease laws in Texas and the fact Audi is forced to use balloon payments to attempt to circumvent it.
Anyway, listed below are the numbers. If you could take a look and see why it's so high, that would be great.
2007 Audi A4 2.0
Black, beige interior, premium package
Selling Price: 31,000
APR: 5.85 % (they said they don't use money factors, but this may be due to the lease laws)
Residual: 57% (seems in line with what I've seen)
Term: 36 Months
They started with a prce per month of $557. I have them down to $528, but it just seems way too high. I thought with a lease I could get it into the $400 range. Even using their APR of 5.85 as a MF of .00234, I see my payment should be $502. It's still much higher than I'm willing to pay.
I thought I read where the MF on 07 Audi A4 was .00170, which would be an APR of 4.08. Given those numbers, I should be at $464/mo.
#775 of 4290 Leasing audi a4 maybe?
Sep 05, 2006 (2:54 pm)
I need some serious advice here. I am a recently divorced woman, who for the first time in her life is looking at leasing a new2007 audi. I'm terrified! The dealer told me the cost of the vehicle is 30,340 plus 720(not sure what the 720 is). If I put 2400 down plus the 1st tax price, my monthly car payments would be 340.00/month. This is on a 36 month lease for 10,000 miles. In your opinion is this a good deal. Any input you may have would be greatly appreciated. No trade in is involved. Thank you
#776 of 4290 Checking lease cost for '07 A$
Sep 11, 2006 (10:46 am)
I'd greatly appreciate if you can help me out. I'm about to lease an '07 A4 T Quattro Automatic w/heated seats, convenience package, premium package, birch wood trim, bluetooth phone prep.
MSRP 36,510 (they said the package price just came down $900 on Friday)
Cap cost: 34,362 (I get a 6% supplier discount)
24 month lease
Residual value: 72% (Lease end value 25,687.20)
Money factor: .00175
Monthly payment: 494.54 w/$1262,14 due at close (includes 575 Acquisition fee & 160 doc fee)
My questions are:
1) Is this a 'good deal'?
2) Now that the salesman knows that I get a 6% supplier discount, is there any way to negotiate anything more off MSRP?
3) Where can I get good information about the invoice on the car?
I'm going to complete this deal within 1-2 days and would greatly appreciate your help.
#777 of 4290 Re: Audi A4 2.0 2007 - Money Factor and residual 48month [bdog34]
by Car_man HOST
Sep 12, 2006 (4:43 am)
Here you go, bdog34. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 48 month lease of a 2007 Audi A4 2.0T Sedan without quattro with 15,000 miles per year are .00344 and 46%, respectively. As you can see, this car's 48 month lease program is not very attractive. You would be better off leasing it for 36 (.00195 / 58%) or 39 (.00215 / 55%) months. Audi is not currently providing any cash incentives on 2007 A4s.
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#778 of 4290 Re: 2007 A4 2.0 CVT Lease [101audi]
by Car_man HOST
Sep 12, 2006 (5:10 am)
No problem, 101audi. OK, so you are interested in leasing a 2007 A4 2.0T Sedan CVT that has an MSRP of $36,000 and a selling price of $35,237. I think that the MSRP of this car is closer to $37,000 than it is to $36,000. For now I'll assume that we're talking about a car that has an MSRP of $36,960 and a dealer invoice price of $34,123. There is a little over a $2,800 spread between this car's full MSRP and dealer invoice price. I don't personally know what the market for this car is like right now, but if I was in the market for one, I'd probably shoot for a discount of around $1,800 or so. You may be able to get a better idea of how much you should pay for this car by visiting the following discussion: "Audi A4: Prices Paid & Buying Experience" .
When you arrive at an attractive selling price, have the dealer that you are working with use Audi Financial Services' buy rate lease money factor to calculate your car's monthly payment. AFS' current buy rate for a 24 month lease of this model is .00195.
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#779 of 4290 Maintenance on Audi's
Sep 12, 2006 (7:04 am)
Because Audi no longer provides free maintanence service when leasing, what incentive is there to leasing vs. buying.
#780 of 4290 2006 A4 2.0T Quattro
Sep 12, 2006 (3:38 pm)
here was my deal :
MSRP - 36260 (sunroof, paint, premium, destination)
Invoice - 33676 (according to edmunds)
Sell Price - 34176
residual - 53%
money factor - .00062
36 month & 15,000 per year
$0 cap cost reduction for a payment of $450
good deal ?
I thought so, so I took it.
then rolled all the other cost, tax, title, etc
on top of the payment at .00062 MF