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Audi TT, Coupe, Convertible
#34 of 54 2008 Audi TT Leasing? Also white or silver??
Jun 05, 2008 (2:01 am)
I'm going to be leasing a TT coupe with s line here in Southern California. I really can't decide between white or silver. If anyone has thoughts with reasons I would love to hear them.
Also I will be going in this weekend to haggle the price down.
I'm looking at this:
Bose Premium Sound
Sat Nav with iPod
MSRP from dealer: $44,925.00
Invoice according to Edmunds: $41,835
What my lease will be: 36 months, 15K miles/yr, $3,000 down
I would like the monthly payments to be around $450
Is that reasonable? Too high, too low? What is a good
asking price I should go in to the dealer with. As with
anyone I'm looking for the best deal.
note: according to audi's website the special lease deal:
$399* lease per month for 36 months
Now through July 2, 2008
Down payment: $2,999
Refundable security deposit: $400
Acquisition fee: $575
First month's payment: $399
Amount due at lease inception: $4,373
Excludes taxes, title and dealer fees
#35 of 54 Re: 2008 Audi TT Leasing? Also white or silver?? [dorkbrand]
Jun 05, 2008 (5:36 am)
I have the white and love it. I have 2 small rock chips that show up as black. The silver would be easier to keep clean. You must get S-line package. The wheels are amazing. I can't comment on lease payment questions. I would push hard for at or slightly below invoice. The dealers are really hurting. BTW, I have 1K mles now and have been averaging about 14mpg. This thing is fun to drive. At times I wish I had the TTRS. The 3.2 is fun but I'd like a bit more power at full throttle.
#36 of 54 Special APR Offers?
Jul 15, 2008 (9:36 pm)
Does anyone have an idea what credit score range is acceptable to qualify for Audi's special financing rates? I read somewhere that anything above 690 is good, but it seemed a little low.
Mar 15, 2009 (6:50 am)
I am in the market to buy a new Audi TT, unfortunately my home does not have a garage. Would it even make sense to buy one since it will be out in the weather. I live in the tristate area. I just dont want it to have problems due to the being outside and not in a garage.
#39 of 54 Re: No garage an issue? [tightymcfish]
Mar 15, 2009 (11:21 am)
How about a good car cover? I'm sure a good one would afford you the opportunity to leave your TT outside and have it kept in a presentable state all year round.
#40 of 54 Finally here next week.
Mar 16, 2009 (1:55 pm)
'09 TTS, Prestige pkg., Brilliant Red, Magma/Black interior, twin 7-spoke 19" wheels. Invoice plus $150.
#41 of 54 Advice re Purchase of 2002 TT Coupe
Mar 17, 2009 (12:18 pm)
Looking to buy a 2002 TT coupe with 66,000 miles on it. Will meet owner tomorrow. Have read blogs on timing belt and instrument cluster. Anything else I should be looking for or asking about? Any help appreciated.
#42 of 54 Re: Advice re Purchase of 2002 TT Coupe [big8pe]
Mar 17, 2009 (1:19 pm)
My advice is to get all service records for the automobile. See what problems,
if any, the automobile has had. I have a 2008 TT Mark II with half that mileage
on it. about 32,000, and everything is fine. Just do your due diligence, get the service records and have the car checked out by an authorized dealership/mechanic. Good luck.
#43 of 54 Magma/black interior
Mar 18, 2009 (8:27 am)
Have you seen the magma/black in real life? I am looking at a phantom black with the base black seats with alcantara but there is one coming in a few weeks with the magma/black seats and I am thinking about going for that one. Interior photos would be great when you get your car. Thanks