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2014 Audi Q5 Lease Questions

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  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856

    2014 SQ5 Premium Plus 36mo, 12K/yr lease

    .00154 MF and 57% residual

    The Prestige trim residual is 4% lower

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  • amup225amup225 Posts: 1

    First time doing a lease so I need some help here. 2014 Q5 3.0T Premium Plus. MSRP $54,195, talked them down to $51,000. Lease is for 15k/year for 36mo. They're giving me a rate of $723.36/month with $2255 inception fees (does not include taxes)

    Thanks!

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856
    edited January 18

    If the CAP cost is the same as the selling price, then with base money factor of .00159 and residual of 55%, the payment would be about $717/mo.

    That's a lot with $2255 upfront

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  • rgadrgad Posts: 4

    Can anyone help me with the January 2014 MF and residual for the Q5 2.0T Premium Plus (3 year lease / 10k miles per year)?

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856

    .00159 MF and 57% residual.

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  • cargrl2cargrl2 Posts: 1

    Can you help with Jan 2014 MF and residual on the Q5 2.0 Premium Plus 42 month/10k? Thanks.

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856

    @cargrl2 said: Can you help with Jan 2014 MF and residual on the Q5 2.0 Premium Plus 42 month/10k? Thanks.

    .00179 MF and 53% residual

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  • matty44matty44 Posts: 1

    looking for Jan 2014 MF/residual for Q5 2.0 Premium Plus 36 month/15k miles and 42 month/15k miles, both with Audi Care. thanks

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856

    @matty44 said: looking for Jan 2014 MF/residual for Q5 2.0 Premium Plus 36 month/15k miles and 42 month/15k miles, both with Audi Care. thanks

    .00159 MF and 54% residual

    .00179 MF and 50% residual

    Add 1% to residual for AudiCare

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  • bmacchiobmacchio Posts: 2

    Just got a lease quote for a 2014 SQ5. MSRP of $60,490.00. Options: Phantom Black Premium Plus with audi side assist, audi connect, MMI, Nappa seats, Bang & Olufsen, and some other small dealer accessories added on.

    Residual: 55% (36 month, 15k/year, '14 SQ5 premium plus)

    Rate: .00214 (5.16%)

    Monthly payment comes out to $955.37 plus tax.

    I don't want to put anything down, just first month payment. The quote says $1673.23 due at signing. Fees... Capped Fees (W): $695.00 Lic/Reg (upfront): $491.00 Upfront Fees: $117 Working Cash: $900.00

    My Questions: 1) Can I not finance those fees above? Do they always have to paid upfront? I don't remember doing this on my previous leases. 2) Is that residual correct? Looks like it is to me. 3) That rate is much higher than the standard .00154/3.696% that I have seen on this discussion. Is that just dealer markup? 4) I'm trying to get the payment to $900/month with nothing down. Is that reasonable for this car? 4) What is the residual for 36 month, 15k/year prestige SQ5? I saw that they are usually 4% lower, so would it be 51% for these same lease terms?

    Thanks for you help!

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856
    edited February 3

    1) Looks like the acquisition fee ($695) has been rolled in. It's possible they don't roll in the other fees because they are government fees, and untaxed.. It may cause them to be taxed, if you roll them into the payment. That doesn't mean you can't do it.

    2) The residual is correct. If you add AudiCare ($880 on this model), it will add 1% to your residual, giving you an effective cost of $275 for the maintenance program.

    3) The rate is marked up, unless you are not A-tier. Audi allows a massive .00125 markup to their base money factors. That money factor markup is adding $55/mo. pre-tax to your payment.

    4) With your MSRP and a selling price of 6% off, you should be around $815/mo, plus tax, with the $600 of fees and 1st payment due at signing..

    The Prestige model residual is 4% lower... If you leased a Prestige model with the same MSRP, the payment would be about $70/mo. higher.

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  • bmacchiobmacchio Posts: 2
    Thanks Kyfdx for the help!
  • jd1992jd1992 Posts: 1

    looking for current MF/residual for Q5 3.0 TDI Premium Plus 36 month/10k miles

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856

    @jd1992 said: looking for current MF/residual for Q5 3.0 TDI Premium Plus 36 month/10k miles

    .00155 MF and 59% residual

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  • Hey! I'm looking for Feb 2014 MF & Residual for a Q5 2.0 Premium Plus 42 month lease @ 10K miles/year - with and without nav

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856

    @nickel4490 said: Hey! I'm looking for Feb 2014 MF & Residual for a Q5 2.0 Premium Plus 42 month lease @ 10K miles/year - with and without nav

    .00179 MF and 53% residual. NAV has no effect on those numbers.

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  • audy1audy1 MiamiPosts: 2

    I am looking for a Q5 TDI - premium plus with MMI and B&O , what is the current MF and residual for 10k 4 years..i was offered $590p.m incl tax $500 down ..current Q5 owner in FL

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856

    @audy1 said: I am looking for a Q5 TDI - premium plus with MMI and B&O , what is the current MF and residual for 10k 4 years..i was offered $590p.m incl tax $500 down ..current Q5 owner in FL

    .00155 MF and 55% for 42 month, 10K/yr lease

    The 48 month residual is 49%, but I'm not certain of the money factor. AFS only subsidizes the money factor on terms of 42 months or less.

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  • audy1audy1 MiamiPosts: 2

    Thank you kyfdx@Edmunds for the info

  • pvillipvilli Posts: 7

    I am looking for the most recent MF and Residuals on a Q5 2.0 Premium. Debating between a 3/12,000 vs 3/15,000. Thanks

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