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Audi RS5, Audi S5, Car Leasing, Car Buying, Coupe
#72 of 111 Re: 2009 Audi S5 . [AudiS5]
Apr 06, 2009 (3:27 am)
No, friends did not lie to me, they told me the truth, after all they work for bmw.
15,000miles is a lot for a new S5, I wouldn't consider it,
Yeah, you should be scare regarding the warranty, unless you're in a good position financially.
Once out of warranty, German cars can be quite expensive to fix.
My cousin friend recently purchased a cls63 amg in 2009,l I think he paid around over $150K for it, not sure about the exact amount, now he wants to sell it, he is very likely to lose around $40 to $50k.
#73 of 111 Re: Has anyone actually purchased an S5? [twmark]
May 07, 2009 (12:38 pm)
Does anybody have any recent experience of buying the S5? I'm curious to see how the economy is impacting the price paid and how much can be negotiated on these cars... It seems like $2000~$3000 below MSRP is the going rate, but thought I'd confirm.
#74 of 111 Re: Has anyone actually purchased an S5? [bayarea2345]
Sep 28, 2009 (7:12 pm)
i just bought one today. they will deliver it to me tomorrow or in 2 days....driving from another city to me too! i got 09 s5 with B&O stereo and ipod connector and audi care for 49k + TTL. w/o counting cost of audi care, it is almost 6k below what edmunds TMV is. it's ~2500 under invoice (not MSRP). i think the dealer is doing poorly. they were so eager to close this before end of the month!
#75 of 111 Re: Has anyone actually purchased an S5? [ingenue007]
Oct 07, 2009 (10:18 am)
Did you lease or purchase? Are there any special financing for the S5? From what dealership did you get a deal like this from?
#76 of 111 Re: Has anyone actually purchased an S5? [gqgeek]
Oct 09, 2009 (6:52 pm)
purchase. audi west in houston.
#77 of 111 2010 S5 any prices out there!!
Dec 21, 2009 (2:14 pm)
I'm looking at a 2010 S5 MSRP $63,100 what should I shoot for on this car? Thanks..
#78 of 111 Re: 2010 S5 any prices out there!! [eclipse2]
Feb 15, 2010 (12:53 pm)
Which region? Brother bought his in SoCal for $56,700 prestige package. Seems like inventory is building and prices are coming down. 3 months ago dealers were "take it or leave it. We'll sell it in 2 days". Now it's "let's chat about the car you test drove last month"
More detail: Prestige / Driver Assist / 5-spoke Tri / Dark Blue MSRP $61035. It was dealer's inventory.
#80 of 111 Re: 2010 S5 any prices out there!! [donchar]
Mar 15, 2010 (4:45 pm)
Which dealership did your brother buy the 2010 S5? I'm interested in the same trim line as your brother.
#81 of 111 Help with S5 lease prices
Mar 20, 2010 (5:53 pm)
Can someone please give a helping hand and give me some prices for current lease on S5 manual.. stock with basically. Only options are upgraded wheels.
S5 4.2 FSIŽ Premium Plus with six-speed manual transmission and quattroŽ
Base MSRP$ 52,400
Options price$ 400
Destination charge$ 825
Price as Built*$ 53,625
This is in Arizona
I am interested how much would be a realistic lease rate for this one on 36 months/10k miles with zero down and possibly a $1k down.
Is $800 tax included too low? My current lease on Q7 3.6L quattro premium with panorama and rear-view camera package or whatever it is is $790 tax included with zero down 36months/12k miles for $58k MSRP.
I have a specific issue and have to trade in my Q7 and get an S5 with some luck for 36 months/10k miles. I was looking into some offers Audi gives now and I can get fully loaded A5 for same price I'm paying now (tax included) with my Q7 trade-in.
It does seem a bit expensive to pay $790 (tax included) for an A5 with zero down and a trade in but I'm totally out of the loop.
Could someone chime in and help me out with some numbers here. What could be considered a good deal on S5 given my situation and whether or not A5 price I mentioned above is too steep? Is it completely unrealistic to hope for $800 a month (tax included) with $1000 down for S5 lease?