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Audi A6, Audi A6 Avant, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#366 of 1326 2004 A6 Lease End Question
Sep 30, 2007 (1:25 pm)
I have ~3-4 payments remaining on my current 2.7T lease. I'm way under mileage however because family size has changed I may be shopping the SUV market outside of the Audi family, (the Q7 is just too big for wifey). One dealer (Infinity) has already offered to pick up my remaining payments. However what is my obligation (if any) to Audi regarding the ballon payment? Since they're not getting the car back and I'm not planning on purchasing at lease end is there any responsibility on me? Does the new dealer transfer this car back to them?
Any help explaining this end process would be appreciated.
#367 of 1326 To: CTfarmboy
Oct 14, 2007 (2:02 pm)
CTfarmboy: I live in CT too and would appreciate if you could share which dealer offered you this price as I am looking to lease an almost identical car:)but have not negotiated as well as you did
#368 of 1326 Re: A6 lease deal [ctfarmboy]
Oct 14, 2007 (3:58 pm)
Having done some research on leasing an A6... thats not a bad price.
#369 of 1326 A6 4.2 with Sports Package
Oct 14, 2007 (8:00 pm)
Carman or Kyfdx,
Can you validate this? Was at an Audi dealership in NJ Friday and they told me that if I got an 2008 A6 4.2 with Interior Sports Package that the residual would be 2% less. Seemed fishy to me. So they told me for 36 months and 12K miles it would normally be 49%, but with the Sports Package it would be 47%. The money factor was .00040. Are they being straight with me?
#370 of 1326 Re: A6 4.2 with Sports Package [jabber]
Oct 15, 2007 (6:21 am)
Nothing fishy. The S line cars usually have a 2% less residual from Audi Financial, so they're being straight with you. The A4 lease is the same way with a lower S line residual value.
You can call 10 different Audi dealers and they'll all tell you the same thing.
#371 of 1326 2008 A6 3.2 Quattro
Oct 29, 2007 (7:54 pm)
recently took delivery and dealer picked up last two payments on previous a6 lease 2008 A6 3.2 Quattro w/ Premium, Technology, Navigation, IPod connector
$701 monthly for 10K/36mo = $661 + 6% CT tax of $40
Net Cap Cost: $51,173 (includes $1,500 Audi loyalty rebate and $590 cost of Audi Care prepaid maint.)
Invoice: $51,500 (includes $775 destination charge and $500 for Audi dealer advertising payments)
Money Factor: 0.0004 (0.96% APR)
Residual: 52% (was 51%, but residual raised 1% when buying the Audi Care)
Lease End Value: $28,503.80
Fees: $1,057 = $575 acquisition, $239 conveyance, $95 reg, $148 taxes, security deposit waived
Total Driveoff: $1,758 = Fees + first monthly payment
#372 of 1326 Re: 2008 A6 3.2 Quattro [ct_audi]
Oct 30, 2007 (6:49 am)
Great deal. I'm in the same boat - 2 months left. Do you mind disclosing the dealer?
#373 of 1326 Just picked up 07 Audi A6 $10.5K below MSRP in Beverly Hills
Nov 02, 2007 (4:24 pm)
FYI... for anyone who is looking to purchase a new 2007 A6 model.
I got a deal for $37.300 which is $10.5K below MSRP. I did a search on Google "2007 audi a6 discount" and it came up with a link to Craigslist. I called the dealer and got what I was looking for. I got pre-approved by Capital One, but they beat the rate by more than .5 point. More money saving there.
Dealer: Beverly Hills Audi, Internet Sales Dept.
2007 A6 3.2 FWD
#374 of 1326 Nov A6 Lease Deals
Nov 06, 2007 (8:28 pm)
Does anyone know money factor and residuals for the A6 in November? Based on 36mos 10k per year..
#375 of 1326 Re: To: CTfarmboy [nixyz123]
Nov 09, 2007 (3:17 pm)
Jack Daniels Audi, Upper Saddle River NJ.