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#873 of 949 Re: 2013 Q5 2.0 Lease number [joline0727]
by Car_man HOST
Feb 03, 2013 (7:20 am)
I'm glad that I was able to help you out, joline0727. Ideally you are in an area that has a couple of Audi dealers. The increased competition usually leads to better prices.
A discount of $3,000 probably puts you at right around dealer invoice. You can look up the exact invoice price of the truck that you want by clicking on the following link: 2013 Audi Q5 Pricing. Shoot for a selling price that's as close to dealer invoice as possible, going to multiple dealers if you have the time and have to to get a good deal.
What the dealer is telling you about the Q5 pricing may indeed be true. I have not looked into the pricing for this model in a little while, but the late time I did supply was fairly low and as a result the discounts that dealers were willing to provide on them weren't great. In fact, I'd go as far as to say that if you want to get a good deal on a leased vehicle, the Audi Q5 probably is not the way to go. If you just really like the Q5 and want one regardless of whether it's the best deal, that's a different story.
Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Q5 2.0 Premium Plus with 15,000 miles per year are .00141 and 53% assuming that you qualify for its top credit tier.
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#874 of 949 Looking for Q5 2.0 Premium Plus Lease
Feb 04, 2013 (12:44 pm)
Hi - my wife and I are looking at a Q5 2.0 Premium Plus to lease through Audit Financial and only need 10,000 miles a year. I spec'ed out my vehicle pricing on Edmunds.com True Market Pricing and Invoice comes to $39,936 and MSRP is $42,870
What is best monthly payment I can get on this combo? And can you provide the money factor and residual. Want to put down as little money as possible since it's a lease and I'm just renting the vehicle.
#875 of 949 Re: Looking for Q5 2.0 Premium Plus Lease [td2480]
by Car_man HOST
Feb 06, 2013 (5:09 pm)
Hi Troy. Audi Financial Services' February buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Q5 2.0 Premium Plus with 10,000 miles per year are .00141 and 56% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.
Using these numbers, an MSRP of $42,870 and a selling price of $1,000 over invoice, or $40,936, I estimate that this truck would have a zero down, pre-tax monthly payment of around $562.
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#876 of 949 How does this deal sound?
Feb 07, 2013 (8:48 am)
Thanks for all the helpful info here - much appreciated! I just wanted to run this lease deal by you before I pull the trigger over the next few days...making sure I'm not missing anything
2013 Q5 3.0T Premium+, S-Line, Sport Int., MMI/Nav, B&O, Winter mats & Trunk Liner, Audi Care
Selling Price: $50,091
Audi Care: $820
PA Tax: 6%
36 Months 15,000 miles/year
Residual Value: 54%
Money Upfront: $7468 (6000 down, plus 1st payment, taxes and fees)
Audi Loyalty: -$1000
Monthly payment $583
I know very well that I am putting more down than most would choose to (and what I've seen you recommend against), but I just want to keep the monthly payment low. Also, the out of pocket money comes almost entirely from positive equity in my trade which I own outright - 2009 Q5 Prestige S-Line (bought out from a previous lease 21,900). Dealer is offering $29,000 on trade, so I have $7100 in equity to into new lease.
Eager to hear your thoughts (or anyone else's) on this deal before I pull the trigger in a few days.
Thanks in advance!
#877 of 949 Just Starting to look at Q5 deals
Feb 12, 2013 (12:27 am)
Just starting to shop for a Q5, have crunched some numbers with the current advertised 36 month 10K miles lease deal in San Francisco Bay area for a 2013 AUDI Q5
Includes: Premium Package, Convenience Package, Panorama Sunroof, Lighting Package, Heated Front Seats and Destination Charge.
$3693 due at signing which includes ($725 Acq+$499 First month+ $2499 Cap Reduction)
I figure Dealer Contribution:$400 (not sure it just fits)
Money Factor: 0.00140
Residual: 56% ($22677)
Monthly payments $499+tax
Deal Excludes Tax and title.
This is what they are offering off the bat, how much more do you think I can get the dealer to chip in? Has anyone negotiated based on this?
#878 of 949 Q5 Lease & Acura RDX Trade-In
Feb 12, 2013 (9:50 pm)
So I have been reading through this forum and everybody seems to be VERY knowledgeable on these topics. I have kind of an intricate situation that I was looking for advice/opinions on.
I have a 2010 Acura RDX that is leased and the 36 month lease is coming to an end. I paid for 12,000 miles a year and am below my mileage by quite a bit. I have about 28,500 miles on the vehicle which is 7,500 miles below my lease. Of course I want to use this to my advantage rather than giving the vehicle back. The car is in 100% perfect mechanical condition and it has a few small wear and tear scratches/nicks in the paint but nothing major. NADA and KBB both have the Very Good trade-in value at $23,600 and I can buy the car out for $21,643, which includes sales tax. Without tax, I calculate the buyout at $20,227. Audi offered to buy the RDX and use the equity towards my Q5 lease. This sounds great, however, they estimated the equity at $1,500. I calculate the equity at $3,373 (The KBB trade-in value minus the tax-free buyout price). Is expecting to get the entire $3,373 equity toward my new lease something reasonable of me to expect?
Second, I am looking to lease a Q5 2.0T Premium Plus with the Glacier Metallic paint. The MSRP is $41,570 and Invoice is $38,725. Should I be happy if I can get them to offer about $1000 over Invoice? Also, from the forum I have read the residual is 56% and the MMF is .00141, are these figures correct? I am hoping to have payments right around $500/month (everything included) by putting zero down and using the equity from my RDX.
Thank you in advance for all your help. I have made poor decisions on leases in the past and hope to get a fair deal this time around.
#879 of 949 Re: Q5 Lease & Acura RDX Trade-In [imjuspiayin]
by kyfdx HOST
Feb 13, 2013 (5:36 am)
Dealers use Manheim auction reports to base trade-in offers, which may (usually) vary from KBB... Plus, just like you are trying to buy their car for as little as possible, they want to spend less on yours..
Want to know the approximate auction value for your car?
Post the details here: Real-World Trade-In Values
Feb 13, 2013 (11:32 am)
car_man & kyfdx,
Need some info - can you give me the MF and residual for the vehicle below?
I am looking at a 3 yr 36k lease on a 2.0 Q5 Premium. The only upgrades on the unit I want are the metallic paint, lighting package and heated front seats.
Also - do you know what MSRP is for the Audi Care? As far as I can tell, it is basically 3-4 oil changes and some "inspections" that they typically do when the car is in for service and I am trying to find out if it is overpriced.
Lastly, are there any special incentives on the Q5 other than what is posted on Edmunds?
Thanks for your help,
#881 of 949 Re: Basic Q5 [albert72]
Feb 14, 2013 (8:42 am)
I would go for audi care as it increases the residual value by 1%. On a 3 year lease, you will need only 3 scheduled maitenances for this SUV. It does not cover brakes or tires.
#882 of 949 Re: Basic Q5 [mlevine]
Feb 15, 2013 (7:36 am)
Thanks. I did a bit of research. Looks like it covers 15k, 25k, 35k & 45k service. At 35k, they change the spark plugs and some other stuff. Interesting that they push it for people who are getting 3yr 36k leases as the 35k service basically preps the car for when it goes off lease and is sold so in some respects, I am absorbing the cost of Audi certifying the car.
Dealer quoted me an additional $300 for Audi Car spread out over the life of the lease so it is not unreasonable. I think at 2 years it covers brake fluid. Also, in the past, the 4 cyl engines had sludge problems for a variety of reasons not the least of which was owners not following oil change protocol.