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Audi Q5 Lease Questions

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  • Hi Car_man and kydfx,

    Could you provide December money factor and residuals for a 2013 Audi Q5 3.0 T Premium Plus for 10,000 and 12,000 miles/year for 36 and 42 mos?

    What are the typical acquisition and doc fees?

    Thanks,

    Lee
  • Hi Car_man

    Apologies for redundant question but can you post December numbers on a 2013 Q5 2.0 premium plus 42mo lease at 12k/yr.

    Thank You
  • This is what the salesman sent tonight.... I replied with "is there any negotiation in this price" and he said that there is "a little flexibility". Any opinions? Im thinking about the lease option as I LIKE having a new car.

    46,070 MSRP
    44,980 Sell Price
    250.00 Doc Fee
    33.50 30 day tag and title
    2,939.95 Tax @ 6.5% tax, medina co.
    48,203.45 Total

    832.98 x 60 x 1% w/ $0 due at delivery

    36/15k lease 670.96 plus tax / 713.61 tax in
    42/15k lease 646.16 plus tax / 688.16 tax in

    Due at delivery,
    First months payment
    Audi Bank fee $695
    Dealer doc fee $250
    30 day tag and title $33.50
    Refundable security deposit
  • I've been in your position with the Q5 and we ended up with an X3 with much better rates and monthly cost. With the BMW $1000 holiday cash you should be able to have monthly payments around $575 with 0 down - well equipped.

    Check it out.
  • I am definitely driving the BMW but I think I'm going to drive the x5. One of the inky sticking points I have with the q5 is the trunk space. I currently have a Volvo XC 90 to go with my 2 small children in safe eats as well as my mammoth double jogging stroller. I also have 2 large dogs (Rottweiler and Great Dane) that go in my car to the vet. The q5's trunk space just seems micro.
  • my score is in the high 700's, oldest account is about 6 years old.
  • Season's Greetings delnole. Audi Financial Services' December buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Q5 2.0T Premium Plus with 12,000 miles per year are .00159 and 56% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

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  • Hi Lee. Audi Financial Services' December buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus with 12,000 miles per year are .00161 and 54% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 42-month lease are .00181 and 50%.

    AFS charges a $695 acquisition fee on every vehicle that it leases. Doc fees vary from dealer to dealer, but they're basically all fluff, so the lower the better.

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  • No need to apologize spinfunky. Audi Financial Services' December buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 42-month lease of a 2013 Q5 2.0T Premium Plus with 12,000 miles per year are .00179 and 50% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

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  • jaeg,
    Good job catching the finance guy, but he still ripped you off. I recalculated your monthly payment and it should only be $675/month. Car buyers don't know how to calculate their lease payments so it's easy for the dealer to make-up numbers without the buyer knowing they've been fleeced which happens 99% of the time. I've seen finance guys manipulate the monthly payment without changing any of the variables of the leasing formula simply by overriding the monthly payment amount.
  • Hi Folks,

    I think my Audi dealership is going down the same track as many of initial posts here. They seem to be around a 0.0026 MF and claiming that that's the best they can do due to how quickly they are selling out of the Q5's. I live in they SF/Bay Area in California, but they seem to have no movement on deal structure, with the standard statement of the next guy will buy it without having to negotiate. Any advice?
  • 993c2993c2 Posts: 2
    Hi everyone,

    I've set about locally here in San Diego to lease a new 2013 Audi Q5 for my wife but was shocked with the seemingly terrible offer I received in writing today from the dealer. My credit score is 780. I frankly couldn't care less which dealer I use I just want a fair deal. Does anyone know what the Audi money factor and residual should be this month for top tier credit on a Q5 3.0 lease (I assume 780 qualifies?).

    Here is their offer.

    2013 Audi Q5 3.0T Premium Plus
    Moonlight Blue Metallic (our 1st choice is actually Monsoon Grey)
    Black Leather Interior (Chestnut Brown is 2nd choice)
    S-Line Package
    Sport Interior Package
    Bang & Olufsen Sound Package
    Audi MMI Package (we're on the fence on this option really don't want to pay the $3k for it but realize its hard to find one without).

    MSRP: $52,600
    $1,499 total down includes upfront fees registration fees, 1st month payment.

    Lease Term: 36 months so 35 months remaining.

    Payment: $799 + CA Tax = $865 for 35 months

    Money Factor: 0.00206
    Residual: 57%
    Residual Amount: $30,0021.90

    Am I crazy thinking this is hardly a good deal???

    This JM
  • Not a good deal - you are paying full MSRP for the Q5, should only ever pay no more than a $1000 over invoice. Always start with the invoice price. The money factor is almost 5% which also seems high, typically I have seen in the 3.5 or 4% range. Not sure what the current January numbers are though. Audi tier 1 credit is 680 or above, so you more than qualify for that.
  • janeh8janeh8 Posts: 5
    Any information on what the new lease programs/money factor/residuals etc. will be after season of audi expires today?
  • Carman, can you please post the new lease details for a 2013 Q5 2.0 Premium Plus for 12K and 15K miles.
    Thanks
  • Hi everyone,

    I live in North New Jersey, this is the deal I got from a local dealer, they didn't tell me the money factor and residual value but did give me a breakdown. Can anyone tell me if this is a good one?

    2013 Q5 3.0 Premium Plus, comes with the following (includes add-on Navigation $3,500):
    Convenience package
    lighting package
    Auto dimming & power folding mirrors
    Auto dimming interior mirror with compass
    heated front seats with driver memory
    Panorama sunroof
    power tailgate
    stainless steel trunk edge trim and door seals
    19" 5-double spoke design wheels w all season tires
    S-line emblems on door sills & fenders
    headlight washers
    Audi advanced key
    S line front & rear bumpers and side valences

    MSRP: $50,570
    Miles per year: 10,000
    NJ State Tax is 7%
    Dealer Fee + Doc Fee: $700
    Term / Down Pmt $1,500 / $2,500 / $3,500 / $4,500
    36 months _____$685.04 / $654.76 / $624.48 / $594.21
    39 months _____$681.55 / $653.32 / $625.09 / $596.87
    42 months _____$664.61 / $638.31 / $612.02 / $585.73

    Thank you!!

    MarckyMarck
  • billy3554billy3554 Posts: 148
    Wow, that is the worst deal I have seen on any Edmunds post. This dealer quoted you a lease cost reflecting full MSRP. Check Edmunds TMV for the average price people are paying. With only $2,000 off MSRP, the lease cost would be about $720 before tax. I would run from this dealer as fast as my old feet would allow.
  • Hi janeh8. The new January lease program is out, but I don't think that it's any better than the program that was available in December.

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  • Certainly rr4mywife. Audi Financial Services' January 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% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The residual value for a lease with 12,000 miles per year is 2% higher.

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  • mlevinemlevine Posts: 221
    Need to know the cap cost of the vehicle, the residual and money factor. Ask carman for these numbers and compare these to the dealers numbers. watch out for money factor markup. Is 10,000 miles a year enough for you? I would go with minimal down at $1500, but find out the breakdown of this payment. Ultimately it is a supply and demand issue when it comes to what deal you can obtain. Try other dealers in Westchester NY, Middle and Southern New Jersey, Conneticut, and Pennsylvania.
  • Hi Car_man, can you please post new January lease details for 2013 Audi Q5 3.0 Premium Plus based on 10,000 miles for 39 and 42 months. Thank you so much.
  • 993c2993c2 Posts: 2
    Yes agree - terrible. So partially because Audi refused to deal and because I am weak I ended up leasing a fully loaded 2013 BMW M3 Coupe Competition Edition. Mineral White Metallic on Fox Red Novillo Leather. So after all the maneuvering I was doing to save a few bucks on the Audi around $53k I ended up caving in on a $77k car. Standard ugh.
  • Hey marckymarck. Audi Financial Services' January buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 39-month lease of a 2013 Q5 3.0 Premium Plus with 10,000 miles per year are .00163 and 54% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical 42-month lease would be .00163 and 52%.

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  • ajitpk1ajitpk1 Posts: 1
    edited January 2013
    Car_man,

    Could you please tell me the money factor and residual for a Q5 Hybrid Prestige, 15,000miles/ 12, 000miles for 36 months
  • jnew00jnew00 Posts: 2
    This is the deal my Florida Audi dealer gave me today, is it good? Can you negotiate money factor and residual? Is this a good deal?

    2013 Q5 2.0 Premium Plus
    Metallic Paint
    Navigation Package
    Audi Advanced Key
    AudiCare

    MSRP: $45,670
    Selling Price: $42,983
    Miles per year: 10,000
    FL State Tax is 7%
    Dealer Fee + Doc Fee: $971

    Down Pmt: $0 / $2,500 / $5,000
    42 months: $707 / $639 / $573

    This would be my first Audi and I don't want to get ripped off on the payments.
  • The dealer should provide you with the MF and residual for the Q5 (both are set by Audi) - if they do not would walk away from the deal. The monthly payment seems high by about $50 to $60 a month (not sure how FL handles the taxes). The last MF / residual I saw for this vehicle type was .00163 (x2400 = 3.91%) and 52% (think AudiCare may add 1% to that). Might also want to look at a 39 month lease - residual comes up to 54%.
  • mlevinemlevine Posts: 221
    I would look at the 36 to 39 month lease and find out the money factor and residual from this site. Go with Audi Care for maintenance and 1% increase of the residual, it is worth it. The dealer and doc fees in Florida are very common, very hard to not pay, and are all for extra profit. Up front expect to pay bank fee, motor vehicle fee, 1st month, and the $971. You can add the bank fee and $971 to the cap cost and put less money down.
  • 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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  • jnew00jnew00 Posts: 2
    Car_man,

    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.

    Thanks!

    Also, thank you @eoghan27 and @mlevine for the useful information!
  • Hi Car_man

    Here are the lease rates that I got from my dealer for a 2013 Q5 3.0T premium plus with MMI and
    B&O sound

    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?

    Thx
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