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#682 of 949 How much room do I have to negotiate?
Mar 28, 2012 (12:48 pm)
I have to admit - this forum has helped me a LOT in my previous negotiations and today I got my quote on leasing a new Q5. Below are the details and I will be really happy if you can help me get a better deal.
The MSRP on a 2012 Q5 2.0T with navigation is $43,775. This is with a non-metallic paint (Ibis White or Brilliant Black). If I choose a metallic paint it will add $475 to the price. My selling price on this would be $42,890. If I do the 24 month loan the payments come to $833 per month and if I do 36 month they come to $668 per month.
I am using 12,000 miles per year and just taxes, fees, and first month payment due at signing.
I am planning on using the Audi loyalty rebate - besides that anything else? This is in Chicago.
#683 of 949 Re: How much room do I have to negotiate? [zeera]
Mar 29, 2012 (7:54 am)
I just received an email with a break down of the "due at signing"
The amount due at signing broken down:
$ 695.00 Lease Acquisition Fee
161.38 Documentation Fee (electronic paperwork)
3,568.80 Tax for registration in Oak Park
219.00 IL State Fees (plates, registration, title)
And first month's payment is also due at the time of paperwork signing.
does that tax make any sense? she was saying that if I roll that up into the monthly payment - the payment goes up and also that I will be paying interest on that.
#684 of 949 Re: How much room do I have to negotiate? [zeera]
Mar 29, 2012 (10:37 am)
What is your monthly lease payment?
#685 of 949 Re: How much room do I have to negotiate? [expertbi]
Mar 29, 2012 (11:42 am)
for 36 months- it is $668
although this dealership is a "participating" dealer for the supplier program (which will entitle me to 6% off of the MSRP) - they are saying they dont accept it.
Can they do that?
#686 of 949 Re: How much room do I have to negotiate? [zeera]
Mar 31, 2012 (6:35 pm)
hi zeera, we are also looking into leasing audi q5 in the chicago area. in fact, we just went o the dealer yesterday and got a quote of 670 a month for a 3 year lease. looks like yours is also t the same range. we tried a lot to negotiate to a little lower price, but got nothing out. we were looking into the fully loaded premium plus package. i am not sure if there are any variations across dealers....we only visited the schamburg location and am thinking of trying at westmount for a deal if any. we are from oak park area. let me know, if you have already taken a lease...maybe we ould group up o get a deal for two q5... let me know if this interests...,
#687 of 949 Re: How much room do I have to negotiate? [kranthikrl]
Apr 01, 2012 (7:57 am)
i was looking into the exact same equipment - and it was in downtown Chicago - I had a supplier certificate - but they are not even honoring that... so not sure what else works. how much downpayment were they asking to get you to 670/month? and is that including tax? IF your payment is with tax included and the downpayment is decent - maybe it is worth considering. not sure - hope someone on this forum can confirm if thats a decent price to pay.
#688 of 949 Re: How much room do I have to negotiate? [zeera]
Apr 01, 2012 (8:49 pm)
yeap...included tax and a down payment of 8k. i feel its expensive but am looking for advice.....in the forum before proceeding further.
#689 of 949 Re: How much room do I have to negotiate? [kranthikrl]
Apr 02, 2012 (8:32 am)
8K ???????? that too on a lease? - totally outrageous. its a CLEAR NO DEAL for me.
#690 of 949 Car_Man need some advice...
Apr 02, 2012 (8:57 am)
I am moving from Miami to Chicago and I really want to get a Q5. I went to a dealer in Miami and they were willing to give me a Q5 Premium Plus w/ Nav at Invoice price (I had a supplier certificate).
now - does it make any sense to lease it here in FL and then move to Chicago along with it? (given that the tax is higher in IL - does it make sense to lease it here and transport the car up to Chicago?)
secondly - if I am getting it at invoice price ($42,300) - then what should my monthly payment look like considering that I am only paying the inceptions (which I am assuming shouldnt be more than $1200 or so)
#691 of 949 Re: Car_Man need some advice... [zeera]
Apr 02, 2012 (8:37 pm)
zeera if you don't mind me asking what dealer you got the quote from? Just started my car search and went to Prestige on Biscayne on Saturday. Wasn't ready to buy just yet and the salesman was none too happy about just going out for a test drive. Looking for a straight 2.0 Premium Plus.