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#855 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 Hybrid Prestige [ajitpk1]
by Car_man HOST
Jan 20, 2013 (8:12 am)
Certainly ajitpk1. Audi Financial Services' January buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Q5 Hybrid Prestige with 15,000 miles per year are .00162 and 50% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
The residual value for a lease with only 12,000 miles per year would be 2% higher.
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#856 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 Hybrid Prestige [Car_man]
Jan 20, 2013 (7:08 pm)
I've seen the new MF/Res for the Q5 2.0 Premium Plus for 12k and 15k, but what about the 10k? Is eoghan27 correct in it being .00163/52%? With AudiCare adding 1%? I looking at the 39 or 42 month lease.
Also, thank you eoghan27 and mlevine for the useful information!
#857 of 949 2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus + Nav+ B&O
Jan 23, 2013 (5:41 pm)
Here are the lease rates that I got from my dealer for a 2013 Q5 3.0T premium plus with MMI and
Spl Price - $46743
MSRP - $49670
12000 miles/ 36 months
Minimal payoff - $1999
Monthly before tax - $683
Residual - 56%
Money Factor - 4.5
Is this a good deal?
#858 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus + Nav+ B&O [qforce0]
Jan 24, 2013 (9:54 am)
#859 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus + Nav+ B&O [qforce0]
Jan 24, 2013 (4:20 pm)
When I run the numbers, I get around $665/month based on the criteria you have provided. Not sure what the 1999 up front is for if you are rolling the taxes into the payment? First month payment plus something else? Is part of that money going towards reducing the cap cost? The money factor seems padded as well - 4.5%, seems high for this vehicle (think it is around 3.9% right now). The dealer is definitely hiding some fees in the monthly payment. Would get a complete breakout of all the numbers and re-nogiate the money factor. The actual price of the Q5 does not seem that bad (would never pay more than $500 over invoice).
#860 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus + Nav+ B&O [eoghan27]
Jan 24, 2013 (9:02 pm)
Thanks a lot for reply eoghan27
Here is the breakdown I got,
cap cost - 46743+695(acq)+80(doc)+414(lic) +437.75(cap fees) = 47261
down = 1510 (755.67(1st month) + 754.94(???)
Residual - 0.55
rate/money factor = 1.9
The monthly payment now has gone up to $755.67(w/ tax)
What do you think?
#861 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus + Nav+ B&O [qforce0]
Jan 25, 2013 (4:04 pm)
Seems about right for 36 months - would definitely be in the mid -700s a month. Good luck - the Q5 3.0 is a great vehicle!
#862 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus + Nav+ B&O [eoghan27]
Jan 25, 2013 (8:59 pm)
Thanks again eoghan27.
How do these numbers look for a 2013 q5 2.0T premium plus + Nav + B&O + Rear entertainment+ sport interior+audi adv key = $50,570 (MSRP)
$2000 drive off(dmv+fees+1st month)
still waiting for the MF and Residual.
#863 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus + Nav+ B&O [qforce0]
Jan 26, 2013 (12:17 pm)
The MF and residual on the above mention deal is
MF = 0.00141
Residual = 55
selling price - $47535
#864 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus + Nav+ B&O [qforce0]
Jan 26, 2013 (2:28 pm)
The MF being 3.38% is definitely better than the 3.0T - most of the dealers have over stock of the 2.0T and limited quantities of the 3.0T - would see if you could get invoice price for the 2.0T. Not sure what is all in the 2K up front, seems high. Also, if you are a repeat Audi customer, you can get loyalty money which is what I will typically use as my down to cover all the fees which makes the deal a 0 down drive off. Not sure if the residual of 55% already includes AudiCare or not, but you should look at that - adds 1% to the residual which will just about absorb the additional cost of that service.