Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!





2013 and Earlier - Audi Q5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

1161719212228

Comments

  • Was offered the following in NYC

    2012 Q5 Prem + Navy, Push Button Start, Premium Sound, 19" Wheels = MSRP 45,950

    Price offered 42,030 + tax & fees = OTD 45,700. Really like the car but did not pull the trigger. Anyone think I can get better than 4K off the MSRP? Is this a good deal?
  • Car_Man:

    Do you know what Audi Financing is offering for a 60 month finance of a 2012 Q5 premium Plus? Thanks.
  • Yesterday I was given the rate of 1.9% for 66 months for the Q5

    Price quoted is $40,250 for Q5 2.0T Premium Plus with metallic paint and rear side airbag (include advertising and port fees). Dealer profit is about $1440 using my Consumer Reports on dealer costs with holdbacks

    Anyone get a better deal?
  • twdubstwdubs Posts: 6
    Anyone have an idea of a good price for a 2012 Q5 3.2Q Prem Plus, nav, B&O and S-line p packages? I can't get a straight story out of any local dealers. I'm open to traveling in the tri state area for the best deal - Pa, Del, NJ if anyone has a dealer recommendation. I've received 49k with a 2-3% discount off sticker. I've always negotiated invoice plus $500-700. I'm also interested in leasing and from what I've seen money factors are adjustable/negotiable? Any and all advice is appreciated.
  • twdubstwdubs Posts: 6
    Are you able to give a price on a 2012 Q5 3.2Q Prem plus with nav, B&O and S line packages. Looks like invoice plus $500 is about 45k? Looking at a 36 mo lease with 15k/yr. I have a 2008 A6 coming off lease too. Trying to get some equity of that car for cash down.
  • jsetoxjsetox Posts: 10
    I am in for $40,399 on 2012 2.0T premium plus with Metallic paint, tow hitch add on and all weather mats. The dealer that i dealt with is located in NJ. The price includes.
  • twdubstwdubs Posts: 6
    Cool, thanks. I wasn't sure if you had access to a better pricing engine than something like Edmunds.com.
  • call Newton Audi in Newton, NJ, they are offering $500 over invoice + $350 doc fee (so about $850 over invoice total)
  • jsetox - what town is your dealer located in that gave you $40,399?
  • jsetoxjsetox Posts: 10
    Audi of Meadowlands in Secaucus, NJ.
  • thanks! Will call them tomorrow
  • After a lot of dealer visits, it looks like Q5 pricing doesn't budge much in Denver. I'm looking for Q5 2.0T, Premium Plus, Moonlight Blue with Cinnamon leather. NAV. Probably the B&O Sound and a tow hitch.

    Denver dealers seem to stick very close to MSRP ("...maybe $500 off..."). Any suggestions in the Denver area? If not, any recommendations nationwide for a good deal? I'd rather shop local, but price is a factor.

    Thanks.
  • casdmgcasdmg Posts: 11
    Did they provide a full list of rates for 60/72 months assuming excellent credit?
  • Try truecar.com and enter your zip code for best local price. Best deal I found was $1500 off ...
  • on truecar.com 1.9% for 36 mos, 2.9% for 60mos
  • cha2cha2 Posts: 13
    Does anyone have pricing & interest on a loaded 2.0 in the Chicago area.
    Specific info (ie, MSRP, discounts etc) are much appreciated.
  • I am in the same area looking for the same vehicle. Going to test drive one today. I see you posted a few days ago. Did you get any info outside of this forum you can share with me? Thanks
  • cha2cha2 Posts: 13
    No, nothing yet.
    Let me know how you come out!
    Good luck!
  • Hi, do you think this is a good deal? $41201 for a 2.0T Premium Plu with Nav Package. The OTD price is $45638 and I'm in WA. Thanks.
  • tornadogtornadog Posts: 49
    edited November 2011
    wow, very nice. heres my initial quote

    AUDI Q5 2.0T QUATTRO
    PREMIUM PLUS
    NAVIGATION, ADVANCED KEY, 19" WHEELS, I-POD CABLE

    $45300

    Needless to say, I didnt bother responding, its too high to even consider negotiating.
  • yq5yq5 Posts: 1
    Hi besyugan,

    Can you please let me know which Dealer in NYC gave you the price. I am in the market looking for Q5 2.0T, P+, Nav, Advanced Key. Did you book it ?
  • cha2cha2 Posts: 13
    Could you please provide me with the details of your purchase & dealer.
    I am located in the Chicago area.
    Much thanks.
  • wrig1wrig1 Posts: 1
    Did you end up getting this deal? It seems like a good deal. Which dealership were you working with? I also live in WA and am considering getting a Q5 soon. Thanks,
  • Looking for Q5 in Dallas, white, most options, would even consider gently used demo. Anyone know someone easy and honest to work with??
  • Looking in Dallas. Might give him a try.
  • I did not decide to buy it or not, as there's quite few Q5 in stock and 2+ months are needed to order one. The price is given by Barrier.
  • I got an offer in the midwest for $46,639 incl. Audi care for a Q5 3.2 prem plus, navi, etc. Is this a good deal. I went on truecar.com and edmunds and both said it was fine but I want to know if I can find a better one. Thanks.
  • muwkamuwka Posts: 1
    Just got a 2012 Q5 Premium Plus, brilliant black/cinnamon brown. Options were MMI nav and floormats for a total MSRP of 47175. Got the dealer down to 45K even. After TTL (7% sales tax) the OTO was 48464. Good or bad deal? Q5's usually fly out of the dealer lots in my area (NW Chicago 'burbs).
    Decided against B&O since it's going to be a wife's car and she only listens to radio during her short commute.
    Thanks.
  • Have an offer for 38,381 + TTL. With B&O, comes to 39,180 + TTL. Lower than invoice from what I see, but wait times are long. Worthy deal? Also, is B&O a worthy upgrade?
  • investor27investor27 Posts: 59
    edited January 2012
    That sounds like a good deal. The B&O for around $800 more is also a good deal as well. What is the exterior color of your car, and which dealership is it? How long do you have to wait for it?
Sign In or Register to comment.