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Audi Q5, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
#689 of 873 Re: Audi Q5 [passiona]
Dec 27, 2012 (3:21 pm)
Thanks much, I will..still 'configuring'....Ellen
#690 of 873 Financing question on AFS
Jan 23, 2013 (2:19 pm)
sorry not a leasing question, but hoping someone can clarify.. AFS has a special 1.9% for 48month for it's top tier credit. 2 question?
1) what does AFS consider top tier, min FICA of 690? Anything other variables?
2) at 1.9% 48months, is this this real APR? The reason I ask is because I ask my personal bank and they're offering 3.99% with APR of 4.19%. Thus, the clarification needed on the AFS rate of 1.9%, and if the local Audi dealer will mark up from there?
TIA.. cautious buyer
#691 of 873 Q5 pricing or A4?
Jan 28, 2013 (4:48 am)
This is a second 3rd vehicle (2nd SUV) so I didn't want to spend the big bucks but LOVE this Audi...we have 3 kids so was looking for something they could sit in the back which is what made us look at the Q5 instead of the A4. Looking at the Q5 Hybrid Prestige with pricing of $54,000. I am getting the sense that Audi does not deal much. I got a Sequoia $14,000 off of invoice but wishful thinking on the Audi. My question is, should I wait for a non Hybrid to save money and what can I expect to see on money off of the Price? Thanks!
#692 of 873 Audi Q5 2.0 Premium Plus Lease
Feb 03, 2013 (1:18 pm)
Went to Audi dealer and got this deal from the grand wizard:
Audi Advanced Key
.0014 money factor
$475 per month
#693 of 873 Audi Q5 Couldn't Get a Deal
Feb 05, 2013 (5:07 pm)
I was looking at the Q5 Premium with Convenience Pkg, Lighting Package, Heated Seats. MSRP of $40,795. I wanted to go no higher than $38,500 and by reading this forum, I thought it was possible.
Best price I was offered was $39,201. Not close enough to make a deal, so it looks like I will go with the Acura RDX. The RDX is the AWD w/ Tech package. MSRP $40,315 and final negotiated price of $37,360. Too many extra options and about $2,000 cheaper.
If anyone knows of a dealer that can come down to the $38,500 on the Audi in NJ in the next 24 hours, let me know. I want my new vehicle before the weekend. Thanks.
#694 of 873 Audi Q5 - Is this a good deal?
Mar 02, 2013 (2:07 pm)
I live in Northern NJ and got this offer from a dealer and while it seems good I always feel I could do better. Please let me know. I might buy vs lease so interested in what current rates for financing might be too.
2013 Q5 Audi Black/Beige Premium Plus w/Nav and Xenon
Discount 6% = $41924 = $340 above Invoice.
Residual Value: $53% = $23638
Money Factor: .00151
Lease Term: 36
Acquisition Fee: $695
Doc Fees: $299
Tire Tax: $8
Monthly Pymnt $662.51
#695 of 873 is this a good deal?
Mar 17, 2013 (8:34 am)
Negotiating certified pre owned Q5 Premium in Jersey City
Panorama View, Heated Seats, All weather mats, iPod ready
Dealer asking price $33300
What could be the good price? Its in par with KBB but two thousand more than Edmunds.
#696 of 873 Re: is this a good deal? [cnumb1]
Mar 17, 2013 (12:04 pm)
Just to let u know I got my 2012 q5 for 37000. With heated seats and pano sunroof. So I don't think that's a good deal I had to wait for it for 2 and a half months. Jack Daniels in Paramus. Ask for Tal. Tell him Chris sent you
btw, mine is an ibis white. 2.0t, premium with heated seats. No other options installed
#697 of 873 Re: 2013 Q5 2.0L Premium with Convenience and Lighting Package [ltllady]
Mar 22, 2013 (12:25 pm)
Obviously you can argue with a dealer about whether to pay the holdback, doc fees, destination fees, etc. It does come down to price. However, Audi Q5s are pretty hard to get and therefore, talking about getting a Q5 (or any other desirable Audi, for instance my A5 convertible) below, at or near invoice is a joke. That is why talking to people about what you paid to see if you are in the ballpark is valuable. Best deal I've seen is the current Audi club discount of 6% off MSRP - plus a $1k loyalty discount if you are a current Audi owner. If you can do better than that, great.
#698 of 873 2013 Q5 Premium plus
Mar 23, 2013 (6:15 pm)
Just closed a deal Q5 Premium plus , Houston Texas
phantom black pearl effect
MSRP 42 920 USD
Price paid : 40 250 USD + TTL TAX
Managed to include a all weather mats for free
Dealer Fee : 490 USD : Total rip off
Doc Fee : 120 USD
Audi Care Package : 820 USD no Tax will include
Hope this helps , not easy to get it lower in Houston