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#548 of 868 My Price - Any feedback?
Sep 07, 2011 (2:03 pm)
I ordered a factory 2012 Q5, black/black, Premium Plus. Got the dealer down $1500 ($1200 discount plus $300 off for doc fees). MSRP was 40,775, final price was $39,225. According to the significant Googling I've done, it seems that invoice on this car (including destination) is $38,387, so I'm at $838 above invoice.
How have others fared with a similar car? I added no additional features above the premium plus line, so I'm curious if others have ordered/purchased this model and trim. My dealer was New County in Greenwich, CT. FWIW, about a month after I ordered the car, I did some further shopping and Audi in Newton, NJ offered me invoice $38,387. My dealer at Greenwich was a dick and didn't offer me any further discounts, and I didn't want to push back my order 5 weeks and go with Newton, so I just dealt with it. Any feedback is appreciated.
#549 of 868 premium plus Q5 OTD , ANY FEEDBACK?
Sep 22, 2011 (7:47 pm)
Just got an offer(Florida) for premium plus Q5,silver/black,all-weather floor mats & trunk liner,exhaust tips and tow hitch(which I don't need at all). MSRP is 42430, got about 1700 down, OTD is 44526. Any suggestion?
#550 of 868 Re: Port/Advertising Fees [ccgas5646]
Sep 24, 2011 (3:07 pm)
very impressive OTD price, if no trade-in involved.
#551 of 868 Q5 2.0 Prem + My Price - Feedback Please
Oct 02, 2011 (4:25 pm)
Was offered the following in NYC
2012 Q5 Prem + Navy, Push Button Start, Premium Sound, 19" Wheels = MSRP 45,950
Price offered 42,030 + tax & fees = OTD 45,700. Really like the car but did not pull the trigger. Anyone think I can get better than 4K off the MSRP? Is this a good deal?
#552 of 868 Audi Financing rates
Oct 03, 2011 (5:07 pm)
Do you know what Audi Financing is offering for a 60 month finance of a 2012 Q5 premium Plus? Thanks.
#553 of 868 Re: Audi Financing rates [adam0302]
Oct 11, 2011 (6:52 am)
Yesterday I was given the rate of 1.9% for 66 months for the Q5
Price quoted is $40,250 for Q5 2.0T Premium Plus with metallic paint and rear side airbag (include advertising and port fees). Dealer profit is about $1440 using my Consumer Reports on dealer costs with holdbacks
Anyone get a better deal?
#554 of 868 Money Factor for 2102 Q5 3.2Q 15k yr lease
Oct 11, 2011 (9:19 am)
Anyone have an idea of a good price for a 2012 Q5 3.2Q Prem Plus, nav, B&O and S-line p packages? I can't get a straight story out of any local dealers. I'm open to traveling in the tri state area for the best deal - Pa, Del, NJ if anyone has a dealer recommendation. I've received 49k with a 2-3% discount off sticker. I've always negotiated invoice plus $500-700. I'm also interested in leasing and from what I've seen money factors are adjustable/negotiable? Any and all advice is appreciated.
#555 of 868 Re: Audi Financing rates [audiq5nj]
Oct 11, 2011 (9:23 am)
Are you able to give a price on a 2012 Q5 3.2Q Prem plus with nav, B&O and S line packages. Looks like invoice plus $500 is about 45k? Looking at a 36 mo lease with 15k/yr. I have a 2008 A6 coming off lease too. Trying to get some equity of that car for cash down.
#556 of 868 Re: Audi Financing rates [audiq5nj]
Oct 11, 2011 (10:00 am)
I am in for $40,399 on 2012 2.0T premium plus with Metallic paint, tow hitch add on and all weather mats. The dealer that i dealt with is located in NJ. The price includes.
#557 of 868 Re: Audi Financing rates [jsetox]
Oct 11, 2011 (10:10 am)
Cool, thanks. I wasn't sure if you had access to a better pricing engine than something like Edmunds.com.