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Audi TT, Coupe, Convertible
#4 of 54 Re: 2000 audi tt quattro pricing [davedawg21]
by kyfdx HOST
Oct 12, 2005 (4:29 am)
Since every new car is different, you might have better luck getting a value for your car, if you post the details here:
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Oct 12, 2005 (9:26 pm)
#6 of 54 Re: thanks [davedawg21]
by kyfdx HOST
Oct 13, 2005 (4:02 am)
You are welcome... obviously, I meant every used car is different..
#7 of 54 Re: 2000 audi tt quattro pricing [davedawg21]
May 26, 2007 (7:36 pm)
I paid $25.4K for 2003 with 13K miles 1 week ago from a dealer. Comparing prices in Colorado Springs, it was a great deal. Paid 14K for 201 with 70K miles dec 06. Also a good deal in this market.
Sure, someone got one with 10K miles for $2K from a little old lady ... someone wave the BS flag please.
#8 of 54 2008 3.2 TT offer
Aug 09, 2007 (5:39 am)
i have an offer for 2008 3.2 TT MSRP 44575 for 43000. that's 1575 off MSRP.
18" 10 spoke wheels
i would appreciate any input:
1. is this a good deal?
2. i've never leased before but would like to now. how do i take this deal and convert it to a lease without the dealer hiding charges? i'd like to get my payments in the 600-700 range if that is possible.
#9 of 54 Re: 2008 3.2 TT offer [kenmore]
Aug 09, 2007 (5:17 pm)
Audi redisigned the TT for 07 model year, put shortly, there is more room. You should ask yourself how important are the look of the wheels considering that the dealer is going to charge a large sum of money. If you don't care about wheels telll the dealer that you want the normal wheels this should result in a significant reduction in price. The ipod connector is no more than 250 as I recall, and bluetooth is 500.00. Although the 3.2 comes std with awd, the system adds significant curb weight negating any noticeable advantage over the 2 liter engine. the 3.2 is handy if you are living in harsh climatic conditions otherwise, I think you will find the 2 liter has sufficient power. This too should reduce the msrp. 800 dollars for bixenon is not a particularly good deal, but it might be difficult to find a car without this package. It seems you did reasonably well finding a base 3.2 model. I think you would be happier in an 07 than 08. More financial flexibility. For the 08 I would come back with a counter offer of 5 K off MSRP. This will allow a fair middle ground near 41K. As of right now I would take a guess and say, msrp+tax title and licences is going to put you up near 47K. This seems pretty high for this car.
#10 of 54 Just took a Red TT 2.0 Coupe - how did I do?
Sep 01, 2007 (12:32 am)
I just drove off a red TT 2.0 Coupe (wife's choice) - in San Jose, CA - with the price below:
MSRP - $43675 (incl. destination of $775)
Invoice - $40673
Price negotiated - $40173
AUDI MAGNETIC RIDE SUSPENSION
AUDI PARKING SYSTEM - REAR PARKTRONIC
BLUETOOTH PHONE PREP
AUDI DVD NAVIGATION PLUS W/ IPOD INTERFACE
Chose the audi 36 month lease offer with the cap cost starting at the above negotiated price:
Total cash Paid - $4725
(Cap down $2425 + Acq. fee + 1st month + lic. reg. etc.)
Monthly lease of $500 (includes CA sales taxes of $38 )
Includes - Audi care maintenance for full term of lease
(The money factor is 0.00145 & residual value - $24895 57% of MSRP - for those who care about this)
Bottomline for 3 years - total of all payments (including taxes, down payments & all) = $22566 That is a monthly rate of $626 (with only fuel to add )
I felt I did okay on this - any opinions? Looking at the number of viewers on this forum, I don't expect much of a response, but hope this helps someone who is looking to buy one.
#11 of 54 Re: Just took a Red TT 2.0 Coupe - how did I do? [nikmin]
Sep 20, 2007 (10:29 pm)
nikmin - I would say you did excellent on the deal. Great MF, below invoice, loaded, nice job
Sep 24, 2007 (9:41 pm)
Just getting the dealership to chop off about $3,000 from the MSRP was a coup. Your price for the lease is spot-on and your payments are palatable. My 2.0 was a little over $45,000, I put $2,500 down, got the service plan and 15,000 miles a year for about 660 a month, including tax. I was only able to get an $1,800 forebearance. Would have liked to get what you got, but such is life.
#13 of 54 08 TT 2.0T lease
Oct 01, 2007 (5:59 pm)
Took delivery of my 08 TT 2.0T coupe in August:
Navigation + iPod
Lease including CA sales tax is $619/mo, 12K miles/year, includes service plan.
No money down (other than first month's payment/fees)
I'm enjoying the car (700 miles so far), but in terms of delivery the dealer really did not understand the nav system or iPod interface. To be fair, it is very kluge-y.
The dealer also knew little about the S-Tronic gearbox. These are astonishingly complicated cars, and I think more dealer training might have been in order.
That said, the car's gorgeous and blast to drive. It corners as well as anything I've ever driven (and I have/had Porsche, Ferrari, BMW and Benz.)