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#792 of 1080 Re: September Lease numbers and CASH [dpeck1]
Sep 11, 2009 (2:57 am)
Hello dpeck1. AFS' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 Q7 3.6 Premium with 15,000 miles per year are .00108 and 46%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of an '09 Q7 4.2 are .00171 and 43%.
Audi is currently providing $1,500 owner loyalty cash on leases of the '09 Q7 3.2 and $2,500 on leases of the 4.2. It also has $4,000 dealer cash on these trucks, but it is not compatible with the lease program.
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#793 of 1080 Re: September Lease numbers and CASH [Car_man]
Sep 11, 2009 (6:38 am)
Hi Car Man
What are the MF and Residual for a 2010 Q7 3.6 and TDI ?
How much profit does an Audi dealer have in a car? (in percentage) - I don't believe they buy at invoice, but they can sure sell at invoice or less.
#794 of 1080 HELP - Tips on Lease Return ?
Sep 12, 2009 (3:17 am)
Any tips on returning a Q7 off a 3 yr lease?
Should you use an independent firm to inspect it or just trust local dealer to arrange inspection??
Should I have scratches fixed, detail the interior and exterior, etc....
Do they hit you with a smoker fee? cigars
Anyone know of any surprise charges to expect ?
My new dealer is saying just give it a quick $8 car wash and do not sweat it .
#795 of 1080 Re: September Lease numbers and CASH [Car_man]
Sep 12, 2009 (11:34 am)
Ouch, my 2007 Audi Q7 Premium comes off lease early next year so looking to lease a new car. With market in such poor state, surprised AFS' current rates are so high now. I got my Q7 with .00009 and 56% residual (10K miles). A new Q7 will cost me much more now even if I add in the incentives that they are offering.
#796 of 1080 Re: September Lease numbers and CASH [wlrdlr]
Sep 14, 2009 (2:02 am)
Hi wlrdlr. Audi Financial Services' September buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 Q7 3.6 Premium with 15,000 miles per year are .00108 and 46%, respectively.
I don't think that Audi is providing lease support on the '10 (it looks funny to write that doesn't it...man I feel old) Q7 3.0 TDI.
It is highly unlikely that you will be able to find a dealer that will sell you a 2010 Q7 for less than dealer invoice. If I was in the market for one right now, I personally would shoot for $500 over and see what happens. Dealers might not even go for that.
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#797 of 1080 Re: Residual value 09 Q7 36/12 [Car_man]
Sep 14, 2009 (11:33 am)
Interesting. I got my 2007 3.6 Premium exactly 3 years ago (lease ends in 2 weeks). Let's use this current MF and residual, along with the Edmunds TMV price, less my $1500 loyalty credit. When I plug these numbers into a lease calculator, the resulting payment is 26 cents less than my current lease. Since the '09 is identical to the '07, it would be like having a 6 year lease, with new paint and new car smell half way through.
#798 of 1080 Help tips on buy lease or return?
Sep 17, 2009 (5:32 am)
Car_man kerryjth rbirns1
I have a 2007 4.2 non premium with third row Panorama heated seats and metalic gray/black. It has 37K. I am over by 1000 miles (.25cents per) on my lease ends in three months. I am paying $699 a month with $32,000 end of lease option to purchase ( I see ebay prices are lower more like 29K) Please advise what to do? shall I go ahead and lease a new 2009 Q7? I would rather have the 4.2 because for me it is much better than the 3.6, I do not care for all the bells and whistles. Few notes: I installed four new tires ($1000) and four new rotors and brakes ($2000) last year that still can go another year, not sure if I would still have audi care for that long though. The car runs great but I have few electrical issues (lights and bulbs) that never seem to go away.
thanks for any help
#799 of 1080 Re: Help tips on buy lease or return? [touaregjunk]
Sep 17, 2009 (3:09 pm)
The leases on Q7's and most cars are not attractive now nor in the forseeable future. You could inquire about extending your current lease. Postponing the decision. Don't know if audi does that.
#800 of 1080 Re: September Lease numbers and CASH [Car_man]
Sep 25, 2009 (7:06 pm)
I am looking at the 2010 Q7 TDI Premium Plus now, but I was looking at a 3.6 before and got a lease # of $800 per month on the gas model for 36 months 10k mi per year. Then I was told by one dealer that although the TDi cost a bit more (I see 4K from the Audi site) that since the residual was better than the 3.6 I probably could get the same $800 per month lease on the TDI. Then one dealer told me it woudl be 950 for the TDI.
How much better is the residual on the TDI? Should it not work out to the same as the 3.6? THX
#801 of 1080 Re: what's the deal with these lease brokers??? [nabeelfarooqui]
Sep 30, 2009 (7:51 am)
Hi, What was the outcome?