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#191 of 302 Re: 2009 Q7 Premium w 3rd row - is this a good price [gsjiv]
May 08, 2009 (2:26 pm)
WOW!!! what a sweet deal you have down there.
I was offered a brand new Q7 with only convenience package, sun roof and ipod/USB connection for 46k before 3k rebate and first 2 month payments. I live in Long Island, NY.
You are getting the car for at least 6k less than its MSRP (~50k).
To get the first 2 months payments, you will need to finance the car with Audi and their interest rate is 4.9% for 60 months.
#192 of 302 Re: 2009 Q7 Premium w 3rd row - is this a good price [trabd123]
May 08, 2009 (2:47 pm)
txs trabd123 - the msrp is 47/48 - no sunroof but similar package so bottom line pre tax price is right around 40k
when they were running #s, they used 6.9% as rate not 4.9% but that was for 48 or 36 months - was that 4.9% only for 60 months?
so i assume you think i should be all over this?
#193 of 302 Re: 2009 Q7 Premium w 3rd row - is this a good price [gsjiv]
May 08, 2009 (5:53 pm)
If the MSRP is around 47/48k, then you have the premium package for $46,900 and destination charges of $825. The selling price should be around 45k (3k below MSRP and $100+ below invoice) and with 3k loyalty incentive, the price should be around 43k.
Keep in mind that the dealer has to add the taxes to the total price first before taking off the 3k incentive.
Please review the numbers again with your dealer since my dealer offered me similar numbers but when I tried to do the math, he was exposed.
for the finance part, it's 2.9% for 36m, 3.9% for 48m and 4.9% for 60 months. Audi will pay the first two payments only if you finance through them.
#194 of 302 New Q7/Prem Plus/Warm/Cold/Panoramic/Tow
Jun 11, 2009 (2:27 pm)
$48,287.00 Good deal or no? Currently drive Acura TL, they applied $3000
Offered the 4.9 60mo with first two payments paid.
#195 of 302 Re: New Q7/Prem Plus/Warm/Cold/Panoramic/Tow [kickazzz2000]
Jul 01, 2009 (6:31 am)
Where are you located? That seems like a good deal based on the pricing here in Texas... but I don't know. All the dealers here are priced in the mid-50s.
Jul 04, 2009 (11:26 am)
Just closed a deal on a 2008 Audi Q7 4.2 Premium. Car was sold as new, check bounced (sounds more like a repo to me), back on the lot to sell as used. I ordered an independent inspection and the car was pristine.
Nav/Backup cam/Park Assist
Red/Blk Cricket interior
List 46,900 Got it for 44250, they tried sticking a dealer processing fee of $689 and I threatened to walk away. Ended up compensting for the dealer fee in the price, so technically sold for 43500. I feel like I got a pretty good deal on a
$70,000 car. Gives you an idea of how bad dealers are hurting out there. If you dont find what you want, wait it out!
#197 of 302 Re: New Q7/Prem Plus/Warm/Cold/Panoramic/Tow [yirek]
Jul 04, 2009 (11:28 am)
This was at Bell Audi in Edison, NJ.
#198 of 302 Re: 2009 Q7 Premium w 3rd row - is this a good price [gsjiv]
Jul 09, 2009 (5:23 am)
Which dealership down here was that? Have my A4 coming off lease now, looking at a 7 seater. Might as well try to see if they are still being aggressive in their offers to what you were given in May.
Aug 17, 2009 (7:53 am)
has anyone used overstock com pricing as a negotiating start point?
#200 of 302 2009 OR 2010 Audi Q7 TDI
Aug 26, 2009 (4:50 am)
Guys, need help here.
We're contemplating on getting a new car. So far, the contenders are Acura MDX (waiting for the 2010 model since it may come with the bun cooler ), Audi Q7 TDI (not sure if there are any changes with the 2010 model since the dealers didn't have the 2010 model yet). While at the dealership, we peeped at the new Q5... what a sweet car. But we need the third row seating, so it's out of question for us.
Anybody purchased the TDI yet? If so, what's the lowest price that you got? Any incentives? We prefer the one without panoramic roof. We're also thinking of test driving BMW X5 Diesel (it seems to have better value with free maintenance). If you purchased a TDI recently, what currents problems that you've encountered thus far (i.e: would you keep the car for a long time, recommend to a friend or trade in at the next available opportunity)? Anybody aware of the resale value of TDI?
We're located in NJ. The dealership that we went to was Jack Daniel in Fair Lawn. The same dealership in Upper Saddle River is full of a bunch of snobs who told us that we should schedule/call for a test drive first. We did, to find out if the Q7 TDI was available for test drive. After waiting for 20 minutes at the dealership, the snobs told us that the car was out driven by their managers. Well, they just lost a customer.