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Audi Q7, Car Leasing, Car Buying, SUV
Jan 31, 2007 (4:22 am)
Hi Mark. Here's the info that you're looking for. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2007 Q7 3.6L with 12,000 miles per year are .00038 and 63%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00038 and 54%. Most vehicles that are equipped with the S-Line Package have residual values that are 2% lower than normal. Using these numbers and the prices that you mentioned in your post, an MSRP of $59,710 and a selling price of $56,250, I estimate that this truck's 24 month payment will be around $862 and its 36 month payment will be around $734.
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#178 of 1080 Re: New Q7 V8 Lease Rates [ny_driver]
Jan 31, 2007 (4:27 am)
Greetings ny_driver. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2007 Audi Q7 V8 non-Premium with 12,000 miles per year are .00090 and 54%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of an '07 Q7 V8 Premium are .00090 and 52%. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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#179 of 1080 Re: 3.6 Lease [randomwalker]
Jan 31, 2007 (4:28 am)
Congratulations on your new truck, randomwalker. Thanks for taking he time to share the details of your deal with everyone. Enjoy your new ride!
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Jan 31, 2007 (4:29 am)
Congrats guho. Both the selling price and the money factor that you were able to negotiate look good. Enjoy!
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#181 of 1080 Re: 3.6 Lease [jim5pen]
Feb 01, 2007 (9:37 am)
We ahve same car but are having trouble with our car seats (highback boosters). The headrest (non removable) do not allow car seats to rest against back of rear seat. Audi is aware of problem and won't do anything. Any thoughts?
#182 of 1080 Anyone know how the OnePay lease works?
Feb 01, 2007 (7:50 pm)
Is it a better option than the normal lease on a 3.6 Premium given an indifference to pay cash?
#183 of 1080 Impulsed Lease
Feb 04, 2007 (12:34 am)
Neither trying to compare nor experiencing buyer remorse (I hope). Feeling tired from all the numbers, a little buzz from the beer, and sleepy at the moment. Therefore, please excuse all the typos. Just posting numbers for people who may rely this forum to work on the next deal, as I have used this forum as the foundation for my work.
Honestly, we were contemplating between these two cars w/ similar MSRPs. They are 2007 Land Rover LR3 SE with technology package plus bixenon light and this Audi Q7 equipped with the following packages: Infotainment, Technology, Convenience, Panaroma, 4-zone climate control, 3rd row, and 19" wheels.
According to Edmunds, MSRP $57,310 while invoice = $52,846. My gross capitalization cost is $53934, and the "fleet manager" said that it was below invoice?
huh? could some one explain the disappeared difference of $1088? is that for floor matt or dealer profit or other unknown fees?
My drive off is $2K. Out of such, $835 is for cost reduction w/ tax included. 1st month payment of $648 + tax = $699. Doc fee of $49, sales tax $49, CA tire fee $9, and CA License Fee of $411.
I noticed that Registration fee is N/A? Why is that? Am I still liable for Registration fee? The "fleet manager" told me that registration and license fees were taken care?
Is there a difference between the two? I visited CA website ran the state calculator for vehicle registration. The amounts on my lease contract and on the state vehicle website match closely $415. However, grand total registration fees came out to be $4595, which was on the lease contract. huh?
Any how, the terms on my lease are 36 months, 12Kmi/yr, MF 0.00038, and 58% residual. Monthly payment is $648 + tax.
I don't have security deposit, acquisition fee, title fees, and registration fee.
Could some one please explain the answers to my questions. What am I doing wrong? Am I to expect a big fat bill from CA DMV?
Thank you so much for all your help.
#184 of 1080 correction
Feb 04, 2007 (8:48 am)
Corrections: The grand total registration of ~$4K was not on the contract. I crossed check reference with other vehicle forums, and License Fee of $411 appears right for a car costing ~$54K. I now recalled why CA Governor Davis got impeached along w/ other factors. ha ha ha
I did have to pay an acquisition fee like every one else -- $575. However, I didn't have to pay PDI, ad fee, and "refundable" deposit. Regarding the ~1K difference, I can't explain it. Maybe I paid $1K over invoice. On the other hand, it could $500 over invoice w/ $500 padded in PDI and ad fees. Whatever it is, hm... The funny thing is that I still don't have the car. It has to be brought over from another dealer. Perhaps, that could explain why they were so firm on the price, or I'm so weak on my negotiation. heh heh heh
Not expressing buyer remorse as I am happy w/ my numbers. Just wanting to learn to avoid the next pitfall if I see room for improvment on my part. Don't want my shirt to be ripped again if you know what I mean. : >)
Has any one ever heard of Rent Charge adding on top of the Depreciation and Amortized Amount? Still learning.
#185 of 1080 Audi Q7 MF and RV rates
Feb 04, 2007 (1:26 pm)
Looking at Audi Q7 3.6 premium on east coast. What are current MF and residual values for 12,000 and 15,000 leases? Seems like RV of .52 is lower than what I've been seeing posted. Is $500 over invoice a reasonable expectation? I've been offered to split difference between invoice and MSRP. Thanks very much for any insights/comments.
#186 of 1080 Re: New Q7 V8 Lease Rates [Car_man]
Feb 04, 2007 (1:56 pm)
Thanks, residuals arent great but Audi Financial subvention makes the lease factors impressive. Now negotiating my car with 10K miles and they are quoting residuals of 55% for the V8 non-premium. Will let everyone know when they find the car with my options.