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#521 of 769 Re: September Leases [toyoman8]
Oct 05, 2011 (3:07 pm)
Let's work up a payment on this car and see what we come up with, toyoman8.
According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2012 A5 Coupe Premium quattro that has an MSRP of $41,200 and a selling price of $39,000 through Audi Financial Services right now for 36 months with 10,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $511.
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Oct 06, 2011 (6:41 am)
Car man, please help me with getting a good deal on an Audi A5 convertible lease:
What would be the difference in the lease payment between a 2012 A5 convertible and a 2011 A5 convertible, similarly equipped (ie, automatic, navigation & satellite package), in CA?? I want a 36 mo lease, 12K miles, zero down.
#523 of 769 A5 Premium Plus Coupe 2012
Oct 11, 2011 (6:53 am)
I am considering leasing a A5 prem plus coupe. 12k per year/36 or 39 months/0 down. I live in New York and plan to take delivery in November 2011. The MSRP is $44,705 and the selling price is $42,630. Can you tell me what you think the monthly lease would be or can you give me the money factor and residual? You have been extremely helpful every time I have needed to lease a car.
#524 of 769 2012 Audi A5 Coupe 4cyl lease
Oct 13, 2011 (7:39 am)
I am interested in the Premium and possibly the Premium Plus(See post I sent before). The MSRP for the Premium is $41,099 and the invoice is $38,312 with a selling price of $39,312. The Premium Plus is $43,549(MSRP) and the invoice is $40,583 with a selling price of $41,312.
The lease would be 36 months/12K per year. I live in NY(Westchester county). Can you provide me with what to expect to pay for this lease and or provide me with the residual value and money factor so I can know if the dealer is playing with those numbers. I expect to take delivery in late Nov or early Dec. 2011. You have been extremely helpful in the past and it is greatly appreciated.
#525 of 769 A5 cabriolet lease
Oct 13, 2011 (9:19 am)
Hi Car Man,
Please let me know the money factor and residual for an A5 Cabriolet premium plus, 10,000 miles per year, for 36,39 and for 48 months for delivery this month (October). Thanks!
#526 of 769 Money Factor
Oct 25, 2011 (3:28 pm)
Hello, I live in Arizona, & every dealership is quoting me my Money Factor from .00204 to .00231 for a A5 3 year lease 36,000 miles. I have excellent credit & should qualify for their top tier credit, is anyone getting anything lower? Car_man have these numbers changed or are they playing hardball?
Oct 25, 2011 (4:39 pm)
Guys - working with Audi to get a 2012 A5 Premium Coup.
MSRP is 44,700 and they're offering a lease at an asking price of 44,300 - basically 600 off and $700 a month for 48 months.
I'm also putting 4000 down. This is at 12k miles a year with a 800 dollar maintenance packaged included.
I'm new at this leasing stuff so please advise - how low do you think I can get the asking price and payment down to?
#528 of 769 Re: Audi A5 Lease Help [longhorn8956]
Oct 25, 2011 (5:52 pm)
sounds like a terrible deal...take a look back a few pages & look at what others are paying...to figure out your payment you will need MSRP, Sales Price, Residual Value, & Money Factor. You shouldn't have to put any money down either.
#529 of 769 Re: Audi A5 Lease Help [sarms]
Oct 25, 2011 (5:55 pm)
I should also add - my credit isn't great; I'm co-signing with my dad so I feel like it shouldn't matter.
Guy said he might be able to get down to 650 - I'm looking more for 600 with a down payment of 2000-2500.
#530 of 769 breakdown
Oct 25, 2011 (6:46 pm)
to figure out what your payment should be, you need to get your Residual Value and Money Factor...here's a breakdown on how to determine your payment.
You take your sales price ($44,300) and subtract it from your residual value to get this you multiply your MSRP ($44,700) by the percent they give, lets' say it's 58%, 44,700 x .58 = 25,926 so it's 44,300 - 25,926 = 18,371 divided by lease term 36 or how ever many months it is, 18,371/36 = $510.30, this is your depreciation price.
than you add your sales price $44,300 and Residual Value 25,926 and multiply by your money factor, let's say it's .00161, so the formula is 44,300 + 25,926 = 70,226 X's .00161 = $113.06, this is your finance price.
you add your depreciation price and your finance price $510.30 + $113.06 = $623.36 with nothing down
anything you put down you knock of your sales price, I would also think you could knock 1-2k off your sales price.