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#666 of 742 Re: Oct Price Paid [rknj]
Oct 09, 2012 (8:27 pm)
I thought I posted the info. Anyways, it is Paul Miller Audi in Parsippany. The guy I worked with is Paul Cheng - good guy - patient and straight forward. The prices are pretty good too - I compared.
Not sure if putting phone number up will get the post erased, so I advise you to google the dealer, and ask for Paul Cheng.
Please let him know that Scott from Randolph recommended him.
Hope that helps.
#667 of 742 Re: Oct Price Paid [rknj]
Oct 09, 2012 (8:35 pm)
I actually posted the info, but included last name of salesperson, which is not allowed by Edmunds.
Anyways, the dealership is Paul Miller Audi, and is in Parsippany, NJ.
The guy I worked with is Paul (not the owner) - he's a good guy: patient and straight forward.
If you do speak with him, please let him know that Scott from Randolph recommended him.
#668 of 742 Re: Oct Price Paid [scott_nj]
Oct 09, 2012 (8:45 pm)
Thank you very much for the info.
#669 of 742 Re: Oct Price Paid [scott_nj]
Oct 10, 2012 (1:24 pm)
I'm negotiating for the same vehicle right now. They are stone walling me at 38,200 + tax/title.
Q5 Premium 2.0
Phantom black exterior
Heated front seats
#671 of 742 got it done
Oct 16, 2012 (10:54 am)
2013 Audi Q5
Premium Plus 2.0T
Audi Advanced Key
B&O Sound System
MSRP $47,320. Done at $45,800 + tax + DMV fees.
No trade ins, no loyalty rebates, purchased. no lease.
#672 of 742 2013 Q5 2.0L Premium with Convenience and Lighting Package
Oct 21, 2012 (8:23 pm)
Just leased and drove home the above vehicle tonight after going through the Costco Auto program in South Florida. Dealt with Tyler at Prestige Auto. Great guy.
Costco program requires them to show you the invoice price for the car, and charge $400 above invoice. Invoice was $36,763, so total cost was $37,163.
Dealer added acquisition cost of $695, dealer fees of $697.50, doc fees of $60 and various other taxes and fees.
Originally offered money factor of 0.00189 but thanks to this forum (thanks guys!), I knew the MF was .00159. He said that is only for prior owners of VW and Audis or with payment of security deposit. I agreed to security deposit of $550.
This resulted in payment of $499 and change plus inception charges of $2,890 (incl. sec dep).
Dealership was closed, salesman, detail guy, finance man and manager were all waiting to go home. I wanted to keep out-of-pocket at $2K (incl sec dep). He agreed and pointed out to me he was selling me the car at $300 below invoice to make those numbers work. Personally, I think that dealer fee makes up for that loss.
When finance guy did the paperwork, no sec dep was included but inception charges were still at $2k. After some back-and-forth via phone with manager and at my suggestion, finance man took out the sec dep so my inception charges were $1450 and payments were at $499.
Buttons feel a little plasticky but car feels great to drive. Very solid. And great visibility. Thanks for all the info on the forums.
#673 of 742 2013 Q5 2T Premium
Oct 25, 2012 (12:18 pm)
Is $38.5K + (NY) taxes + fees a good price for following vehicle?
Q5 Premium 2.0
Heated front seats