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Audi Q5, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
Aug 08, 2013 (5:23 am)
Im in Houston Texas,
What should I expect to Pay/Lease for a 2014 Q5 2.0 - MSRP Price 47325 - Dealer Discount - 954 = True Price $46371.
How much lower can a Dealer get to invoice Price?
Premium Plus Package
Audi Advanced Key
Auto-Dimming & Power-Folding Outside Mirrors
Auto-Dimming Interior Mirror w/Digital Compass
3-Step Heated Front Seats
2-Position Driver Side Memory
Deep Tinted 2-Panel Panorama Sunroof
Power Opening/Closing Tailgate
Aluminum Trunk Edge Trim & Door Sills
Audi Xenon Plus Headlights
Audi Guard Protection Kit
Audi MMI Navigation Plus Package
8-Color Driver Information Display
Audi Parking System Plus w/Rear View Camera
Audi Connect w/Online Services
Bang & Olufsen Sound System
#792 of 868 Re: Quote Help! [shadowchaser]
Aug 08, 2013 (10:56 am)
Obviously, you had a problem with a statement I wrote; "Be Happy about it" How is this "Lecturing"? I am merely implying it's a good deal and one should be happy! How is this a bad thing?????
and WHO"S LECTURING WHO???? YOU ARE THE ONE LECTURING what tone of language should be written here and what a proper response to a question must be.
and YOU ARE THE ONE TRASHING ME for providing an useful information and explaining a proper background data behind it. Furthermore, you are all getting personal about this, even going the distance by trashing my 'obnoxious' user name.
I never said Audi Dealers do not negotiate. It all depends on the time of the year, inventory level at the dealers, market value, any sales promotion, location, market of the area, the willingness of a dealer to make you a deal, and so many other factors/variables. Smart, savvy buyers shop around to get the deal that they will "BE HAPPY" with.
Again, all I have done is providing an information. all based on what people have been posting here. Why? Because I want everyone shopping for Q5 be an informed shopper and get the best deal possible.
#793 of 868 Re: Quote Help! [ksusarla]
Aug 09, 2013 (4:05 am)
you can do better, I posted earlier the exact same config I was offered $42800 (including $1000 Audi loyalty rebate). I think Conquest rebate is the same if you currently own BMW, Merc, Lexus, etc
Aug 09, 2013 (4:13 am)
just FYI what I paid
2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus
Monsoon Grey Paint
$43900 + $200 doc fee + tax (inc. $1K Loyalty rebate)
Not many 2013 left but I think it was a smoking deal for a 3.0T. MSRP was $48820.
Happy car hunting!
#795 of 868 Re: Quote Help! [arm1tage]
Aug 09, 2013 (3:02 pm)
Thanks Guys. I checked with another dealer(B) with this quote and he said outright that he can't match it. Dealer A did mention, if I have own an Audi, he can knock off another $1k as loyalty offer.
But i am a new owner; seems like I have to wait until holiday season when showrooms are deserted or just go with this price.
#796 of 868 Re: Audi Q5 Price Paid [boothie_nj]
Aug 10, 2013 (7:22 am)
That is a great deal!! Do you mind posting your salesperson's information, and if the car came with any extra upgrades (Audi guard, wheel locks, etc.)?
#797 of 868 Q5 3.0 P+ TDI - invoice or "invoice"
Aug 10, 2013 (5:36 pm)
Hi - I'm negotiating price on a 2014 Q5 TDI. The MSRP is approx 53.5. Dealer today told me that he can get me to invoice + 300 - $1000 for customer acquisition. This all sounded good until i started looking at invoices online (building same car/specs). Several sites bring up invoice prices that are about $1500 less than the number I am being told by dealer is "invoice."
When being shown the invoice at the dealer - am i seeing the real deal? I was told today at dealership that Audi is no longer doing holdbacks.
I thought I was on the right track...any advice out there?
#798 of 868 Re: Q5 3.0 P+ TDI - invoice or "invoice" [jlo331]
Aug 10, 2013 (5:48 pm)
You can verify Edmunds true market value tool; it gives you the option to build the vehicle with the all details and gives you three prices, MSRP, invoice and true market value. Hope this helps!
#799 of 868 Supplier fee vs invoice fee
Aug 11, 2013 (9:26 am)
I just need a quick clarification, isnt supplier price a little above the ainvoice price ?
We finally settled on the price for the following config as supplier price-6%
2014 Q5 2.0 Premium Plus
Audi MMI package
19.5 inch wheels
First Aid kit
#800 of 868 Audi Q5 premium plus best price
Aug 12, 2013 (11:24 am)
I am looking for an Audi Q5 Premium Plus 2.0T in the Chicagoland area.
Option1: New 2013 Model
Option2: Used 2011 or 2012 Model with <= 18k miles. What should be the best price I can expect from dealers in the Chicago/Midwest region? Thanks