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Audi Q7, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
Dec 18, 2007 (8:24 pm)
I just wanted to share my experience with you all. I bought a pre-owned 2007 Audi Q7 in Beige color yesterday. Picked it up in a dealership in MD for 42,994 plus tax & title. It has 7000 miles on it. It has infotainment, convenience & heated packages on it. It also has the panorama sunroof. MSRP on this originally was 54,990.
I know pre-owned has its own unique pricing which you can't erally compare to others, but figured I'd share my experience and get your thoughts.
#128 of 302 Finally bought
Dec 18, 2007 (9:14 pm)
I finally picked up my brand new 2008 Silver Q7 3.2 a couple of days before the end of the month (timing is key) for a price of $47,225 (MSRP of 53,875). Vehicle was as described in post above. Got this for a 10K/36mo lease with a monthly payment of $663 (which includes tax) $620 w/o tax. I think I got a great deal!
#129 of 302 Q7 3.6 Premium...
Dec 20, 2007 (1:02 am)
Looking to buy a 3.6 Premium.... with Tech, Conv., Cold weather, and Sunroof.... Got quote for 55,700.... Got it down to $53,500... MSRP is $57,775... Good deal?
#130 of 302 Q7 4.2 price
Dec 26, 2007 (6:44 pm)
Dealer Msrp $65,525
Will sell for $63,000
Is this a deal?
#131 of 302 Re: Q7 4.2 price [pbels]
Dec 29, 2007 (2:23 am)
Recently, a few posters have reported pricing below invoice. Standard "fleet" pricing on the Q7 seems to be about $1000 over invoice. I'd start at $500 back of invoice, with a cap of $500 over invoice. Between that range and you got yourself a great deal IMO.
Lot depends on how competitive your market is, though. Ask the dealer to fax you a copy of his "factory invoice" that itemizes all options and fees such as regional advertising fee and dealer prep fee. There should be roughly $4000 in front-end profit between MSRP and Invoice, if I'm not mistaken.
Dec 29, 2007 (2:12 pm)
Hi i have a q7 with the towing package, and the rubberized cover that pushes into the tow hitch slot fell out or got stolen or something, and we cant figure out how to get another one. i asked our dealership if they had extra ones in their parts department, and if we could buy one, and he was trying to tell me that they werent from audi, and that i could find one like it at an autozone or some place like that. but all ive found there are the massive silver oval covers with chevy and ford symbols on them. can anyone help me out on where to find just a plain, small black one?
Dec 29, 2007 (2:26 pm)
I also have one more question about the tailpipes on the 3.6 q7. On the 4.2 the tailpipes are thicker and chrome, and on the 3.6 they are more raw looking and black metal. I asked someone at my dealership if i could buy the thicker, chrome tailpipes as an accessory for the q7 (they have accessory tailpipes which are flat-bottomed like on the cayenne, but i wanted a pair like on the 4.2 q7) and he told me that because the exhaust systems are different, the 4.2 muffler tips wouldnt fit on the 3.6 exhausts. But i found an ebay listing with them as an accessory and it said that it would fit the audi a6 and q7. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&_trkparms=tab%3DWatchin- - g&viewitem=&item=130185888986&_trksid=p3907.m32 Just wanted to know if the info i got from the dealer was right, or if these would fit the audi q7. thanks for the advice
#134 of 302 Re: Q7 3.6 Premium... [lucifer2]
Dec 29, 2007 (3:25 pm)
excellent deal; take it.
Jan 08, 2008 (11:28 am)
Hi everyone, I just wanted to share my experience...I just took delivery (12/26/07) of a 2008 Q7 4.2 in Quartz Grey Metallic with the following options:
- Quartz Grey Metallic Paint
- Adaptive Air Suspension
- Panorama Sunroof
- Technology Package
- Towing Package
- 19" Wheels (no cost option)
MSRP of 66,875...got it for $59,988 + tax, lic...they also included Audi Care (retail $590) and the Audi Towing Hitch Ball Mount Set (for the towing package, retail $211.87). Financed at 4.99%.
$2,260 below invoice...not a bad deal. I think it REALLY helped that I was buying at the end of the month AND the end of the year. Also, they are a new Audi dealership (located in Southern California) so that may have helped.
Of course, having 4 Audi dealers within 20 miles of one another makes it easy to play one off of the other!!!
And for any of you on the fence about the Q7 vs. others...my 2 cents is GO FOR IT!!! I love this car...easily the best SUV I've ever owned.
#136 of 302 Re: Q7 3.6 Premium... [lucifer2]
Jan 08, 2008 (1:47 pm)
That sounds like a great deal. The invoice price is $53,741. I am looking for the same car, where are you located and what dealer are you using?