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2014 Audi S4 Lease Questions

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  • 14is414is4 Posts: 2

    @kyfdx@Edmunds said: .00051 MF and 56% for 36/10 .00071 MF and 52% for 42/10

    Thanks!

  • robby28robby28 Posts: 8

    Don't want to jinx my deal but it looks like NJ audi dealers are lowering their prices dramatically to move cars. Jan/Feb have been difficult months in our area. will report back after I pick up my new S4 next week.

  • robby28robby28 Posts: 8
    FYI for the forum. I was able to secure a price $1,500 below invoice on a lease for a 2014 S4. I paid additional MSDs totaling $5600 dropping my payments by $43 per month or an additional $1500 over the life of the lease (36 months). I hinted earlier that the weather in the NE has put the dealerships well behind sales goals.

    Good luck
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,456

    Congrats on the new ride!

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  • 2014s4guy2014s4guy Posts: 3
    edited March 19

    @kyfdx - do you have current MF and residuals for a 2014 Premium Plus for 3/36k lease? Thanks!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 4,766

    @2014s4guy said: kyfdx - do you have current MF and residuals for a 2014 Premium Plus for 3/36k lease?
    Thanks!

    S4 Premium Plus - 53% and .00155

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  • 2014s4guy2014s4guy Posts: 3

    Wow, big jump in MF. Thank you.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,456

    @2014s4guy said: Wow, big jump in MF. Thank you.

    Typos... sorry...

    .00051 MF and 55% for 36mo, 12K/yr.

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  • 2014s4guy2014s4guy Posts: 3

    Thanks for the update. Dealer is telling me residual is 53%; I'll hold firm for 55%.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,456

    @2014s4guy said: Thanks for the update. Dealer is telling me residual is 53%; I'll hold firm for 55%.

    The S4 Prestige model has a 53% residual for 36mo, 12K/yr.

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  • farazafaraza Posts: 21

    @kyfdx@Edmunds said:

    Does AFS set residual and money factor rates for a quarter ?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,456

    @faraza said: Does AFS set residual and money factor rates for a quarter ?

    Usually... but, they often have "enhancements" in between...

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  • glayfan40glayfan40 Posts: 27

    @robby28 said: FYI for the forum. I was able to secure a price $1,500 below invoice on a lease for a 2014 S4. I paid additional MSDs totaling $5600 dropping my payments by $43 per month or an additional $1500 over the life of the lease (36 months). I hinted earlier that the weather in the NE has put the dealerships well behind sales goals.

    Good luck

    Would you mind sharing which dealership did you work with to secure that deal please? Thank you!

  • robby28robby28 Posts: 8

    @glayfan40 - Would prefer not to give details but I live in Central New Jersey.

  • paulo6paulo6 Posts: 93

    New to this, but I think I just sold my 2008 535xi and been debating a 550xi, 335xi or S4. Im leaning to downsize car but not performance. Local dealer just offered me "Friends and Family" price of $300 above invoice along with $1000 Competitor acquisition thing for a total of $700 below invoice on a 2014 S4. Is that a good start? I have not negotiated on a particular model yet...this is his initial offer to me over the phone...Since Im new to Audi...how much more room do I have? or Is this pretty close to my limit?

    Much Appreciated

  • farazafaraza Posts: 21
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    In the process of getting my car from a mass dealership I did contact paul miller (emailed the business manager directly) their quote was actually marginally better than what I got from the Mass dealer. So you could try them.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 4,766

    @paulo6 said: New to this, but I think I just sold my 2008 535xi and been debating a 550xi, 335xi or S4. Im leaning to downsize car but not performance. Local dealer just offered me "Friends and Family" price of $300 above invoice along with $1000 Competitor acquisition thing for a total of $700 below invoice on a 2014 S4. Is that a good start? I have not negotiated on a particular model yet...this is his initial offer to me over the phone...Since Im new to Audi...how much more room do I have? or Is this pretty close to my limit?

    Much Appreciated

    Below invoice on a car as rare as an S4 is quite good. Most Audi supplier discounts are only 6% off MSRP.

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  • sjuhawkssjuhawks Posts: 10

    Hi, was hoping you had April MF and residual numbers for a 2014 Audi S4, 36 months, 12k a year? Thank you.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 4,766

    @sjuhawks said: Hi, was hoping you had April MF and residual numbers for a 2014 Audi S4, 36 months, 12k a year? Thank you.

    The April numbers have not been released yet. Sorry.

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  • farazafaraza Posts: 21
    Quick update for the forum picked up my special order s4 yesterday... Got 7% off MSRP (without loyalty or conquest) and bought the mf down to 0.00006 with MSDs. First impressions I absolutely love it... :smile:
  • jimshepjimshep Posts: 5

    Are the April numbers available yet? Interested in 2014 Audi S4 Premium Plus, 36mo, 10k/yr. MF, residual and any incentives?

    Also, what is the cost for a security deposit, how much does it drop the MF, and how many security deposits can be used?

    Thanks

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 4,766

    @jimshep said: Are the April numbers available yet? Interested in 2014 Audi S4 Premium Plus, 36mo, 10k/yr. MF, residual and any incentives?

    Also, what is the cost for a security deposit, how much does it drop the MF, and how many security deposits can be used?

    Thanks

    .00051 and 56%

    For Audi, the security deposit is the amount of the monthly payment, rounded up to the next $25 - if the payment is $559, the deposit would be $575. I don't see any information about the number of MSD's that can be used, nor their impact on the MF.

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  • farazafaraza Posts: 21
    Max deposits allowed is 10. You can use 9 to drop your MF by 0.00005 each. The lowest allowed MF is 0.00005 and you can't get more decimal places.. Therefore with 9 you get MF of 0.00006..
  • farazafaraza Posts: 21
    Michaell.. A colleague asked me if audi has special lease rates for rs5. If so do you know the residual and mf for 3month 12 and 15k leases?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,456

    @faraza said: Michaell.. A colleague asked me if audi has special lease rates for rs5. If so do you know the residual and mf for 3month 12 and 15k leases?

    RS5 Coupe:

    .00157 and 50% residual for 36mo, 15K/yr. Add 2% for 12K/yr.

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  • glayfan40glayfan40 Posts: 27

    @faraza said: Quick update for the forum picked up my special order s4 yesterday... Got 7% off MSRP (without loyalty or conquest) and bought the mf down to 0.00006 with MSDs. First impressions I absolutely love it... :smile:

    Did that 7% off include the $1500 incentive Audi is giving out for the MMI and Side Assist packages on the A4/5 and S4/5?

    With that low of an MF and Audi's unsubvented leases it's more cost effective to lease the car for 3 years and buy it out in the end (taking out a 3-yr loan), than buying it with a 6-yr loan (w/ 2-3% interest) from the start. And you also have the choice of giving it back to the dealer if you decided to it's not the vehicle for you to keep long term.

  • farazafaraza Posts: 21
    edited April 10

    @glayfan40 said:

    No it does not... 0.1% APR definitely lends itself to consider what you are suggesting... the incentive you are referring to was not available when I ordered and picked up my car....

  • jazzman66jazzman66 Posts: 1

    was curious to hear people's thoughts. 36-month lease/15k 2014 premium plus black optic package with 19" wheels sports diff MMI navigation package

    listed msrp $56,290 cap cost $51,347 - $1000 audi loyalty

    nothing down $1000 due at delivery payments come to 715/month

    i know the residual value will be 54% (audi care) and MF is 0.00051

    should I be working harder to get a better deal or should I be satisfied. of course the monthly payment is a higher number because nothing is being put down.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 4,766

    @jazzman66 said: was curious to hear people's thoughts. 36-month lease/15k 2014 premium plus black optic package with 19" wheels sports diff MMI navigation package

    listed msrp $56,290 cap cost $51,347 - $1000 audi loyalty

    nothing down $1000 due at delivery payments come to 715/month

    i know the residual value will be 54% (audi care) and MF is 0.00051

    should I be working harder to get a better deal or should I be satisfied. of course the monthly payment is a higher number because nothing is being put down.

    If I plug in your numbers ($50,347 net cap cost), I get a pre-tax payment of $516.19/mo. Not sure how/why the dealer is almost $200 higher.

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  • dave44286dave44286 Posts: 1
    edited April 14

    Here's what my dealer is offering. Does this look like the correct MF and calculations?

    2014 S4 Premium Plus in Ohio, 3 yr 15k/year MSRP is $57,945 (that includes the $1,500 preferred equipment pkg credit). Sale Price, $56,945 Residual: $31,290.30 MF: 0.00079 Cash Down: $1,774.29 Audicare: $860 Conquest Rebate: $1,000 Monthly Payment: $850.10

    Ohio sales tax in my county is 6.75%

    I know there are state taxes and fees that may vary, but are their numbers close? Is the MF too high? Are they taking the rebate out of the MSRP instead of the Sale Price?

    Thanks in advance!

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