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2013 and Earlier - Audi A4 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • tomanhtomanh Posts: 4
    I'm planning to purchase the 2010 audi a4 premium plus, sticker price $38,700. How much should I bargain for? I'm in vermont. thanks in advance
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,329
    Check prices at mattieimports. Free delivery to Vermont.
  • cyparissuscyparissus Posts: 2
    edited June 2010
    I just got a quotation from dealership..
    2010 A4 premium plus + 18" wheel + walnut interior

    MSRP : $40,730
    given price : $39,250+TTL

    I'm gonna put $10,000 down-payment.
    and I'm trading in my old 97 camry ($1500)
    They proposed 1.9% APR for 24 months.

    I know it might be difficult to get a nice deal with a finance.
    But, I wanna really know how much I can deal with it.

    I'm living in Ohio, columbus.

    Thanks.
  • jnyzjnyz Posts: 93
    You should be able to get a better deal then that. With that car you should not be above invoice.
  • yc05yc05 Posts: 1
    edited June 2010
    My dealer in the NoVa/DC area is adding $200 for inspection and additional fees for sales/marketing -- another $200 -- on top of negotiated price, plus TTL. Has anyone else encountered this?
  • richard10richard10 Posts: 13
    I just purchased an A4 at FSK in Frederick, Maryland. Look at their pricing on Autotrader and also check the price on Truecar.com. FSK was very good to deal with AND they have no documentation fees like the dealers in VA. Ask for Andy or Vince.
  • chaolanrenchaolanren Posts: 15
    Hi guys,
    I just bought the 2010 audi a4 quttro, premium plus with navi, black in black, MSRP 40350 bucks,
    this is the only black in black in Los Angeles that has premium plus with navi i think.

    i got the car for $38250 +ttl
    is this a good deal?
    audi is like gold right now,hehe, other cars got huge crazy rebates,audi don't
    btw, you guys know when the 2011 a4 coming out?
  • tomanhtomanh Posts: 4
    2011 A4 change to 8 speed trans instead of 6, just saw it on one of the website.
  • maxdadmaxdad Posts: 10
    Hey, congrats on the 2007 A4! Not sure if you'll even see this response as it's been some time since I logged back onto Edmunds--I just now saw your reply.

    Our experience w/the 2007 was VERY good. In fact, I liked our 2007 3.2L a little better than the 2010 2.0T:
    * I think I like the 3.2L motor a little better than the 2.0T. To me, it seems to pull a little stronger, closer to a V8 feel than the 2.0T although I understand the 2.0T is supposed to have a little more torque at low RPM? The 2.0T is great motor, but with the A/C on, it sometimes reminds me that it's still a four banger.
    * The 2007 seemed smaller...in a good way. I always thought of the 2007 as an oversize, luxurious, grown up go-cart. The 2010 feels more car like...if that make sense.

    That said, the car is for my wife and the 2010 suits her better. She likes a little larger car and the new A4 seems so much bigger inside. She also likes the Bluetooth, Ipod connect, etc. Both good cars, I have no complaints about either. I think the 2007 had about 35K miles when we traded her in.
  • hpmctorquehpmctorque Posts: 4,209
    Thanks for your reply, max. It's an odd coincidence that I checked this discussion today, since I hadn't for a while.

    I've never driven an Audi V6, so I can't compare it with the 2.0T. However, I've driven both a 2010 FWD (a loaner), and a 2010 Quattro, both 2.0Ts. They're fine driving cars, but I prefer the trimmer size of our previous generation A4.

    I don't know what I'd replace our '07 A4 with, but, hopefully, it'll give us a few years of relatively low maintenance service. I'm hoping it's not too much to ask for it to go 100,000 miles, or a little more, without becoming a money pit. We'll see.
  • keitaroukeitarou Posts: 43
    edited July 2010
    I am shopping for a 2011 A4 Premium plus with NAV. Black on black with quattro. Is the deal below good? Thanks for your help guys.

    MSRP: $41,165
    Selling price: $38,740.45
    tax: $3,438.21
    motor vehicle: $400
    doc: $349

    $42,927.66 out the door
  • ostrich001ostrich001 Posts: 13
    MSRP: $41,165
    Selling price: $38,740.45
    tax: $3,438.21
    motor vehicle: $400
    doc: $349

    What are those fees? "motor vehicle" fee of $400? What is that for? The doc fee of $349 seems really high to me, but I guess it depends on what state you are in, and whether there is a limit or not in your state.

    Don't let them lower the price, only to get you back with rather high and unnecessary fees.
  • keitaroukeitarou Posts: 43
    Motor Vehicle fee is probably for plates and registration.

    Another dealer has given a price that is even lower at $37,799. Fees are less than this dealer by 180 bucks as well. Is the price of the car good? It seems like it's good but i'm not sure if I can go lower. Again, this is for the 2011 A4 2.0T premium plus quattro with NAV.

    Thanks Guys.
  • scorzscorz Posts: 7
    That deal does sound good. First, the MSRP appears to be lower than the 2010 MSRP, and you are at about 9% off of that price.

    What state are you in?
  • ostrich001ostrich001 Posts: 13
    $349 for plates and registration is WAY TOO HIGH!

    Both deals sound good to me, but then I think that you ought to really figure out what the fair fees are for your area.
  • chaolanrenchaolanren Posts: 15
    Preorder?
    2011 is not out yet..
  • chaolanrenchaolanren Posts: 15
    this MSRP is higher than the 2010 MSRP,and if he's really gonna get it for that price, it is a wonderful price on audi now.
    Did he get any kinda rebate???? impossible to get.
  • jnyzjnyz Posts: 93
    Audi A4's are in the showroom.
  • arsedanarsedan Posts: 2
    Hi, I'm thinking to make an offer for this audi. Please help in deciding the best price for this car. Thanks!

    2007 Audi A4 Quattro 4Dr sedan
    31000 mileage
    Black/Black
    Automatic
    Heated seats
    Leather seats

    Dealer's quote is 24900. What do you think is the best offer I should make ?
  • jnyzjnyz Posts: 93
    First you should get a carfax.

    It looks like a car that just came off lease with low miles. You need to find out the original sticker price of the car then you can figure out how much the dealer owes the bank for the car. If the car had a sticker of 38k, sold for around 36k the dealer would owe the bank about 19k. With that said there should be a lot of room to come down off of 25k. I would walk in off the street with a check for 21k and say take it or leave it and let them make the next move. A 2k gross profit is nice on a used car but there is usually more profit in a used car then new car.

    Someone jump in if I am incorrect.
  • keitaroukeitarou Posts: 43
    I'm located in NY...
  • keitaroukeitarou Posts: 43
    I am not sure if there is any rebates on it. The dealers didn't specify. I will make sure I ask them about that. Thanks
  • jnyzjnyz Posts: 93
    I don't think there are any rebates on a used car.
  • scorzscorz Posts: 7
    and actually, the MSRP is higher for 2011 than 2010... I was looking at Avant prices for some reason. You should get that car if that price is real.
  • waters96waters96 Posts: 18
    I'm e-mailing around to local dealers and they're offering anywhere from invoice to $150 below on these cars. Most of them are Premium Package, with a few upgrades like a B & 0 radio, or a Nav system.

    Would appreciate any input.
  • waters96waters96 Posts: 18
    So this is the one I think I'm going to take. Again, would really appreciate some input.

    Base Price: 33,550
    Metallic Paint: 475
    Premium Plus: 3,500
    Nav/back up camera: 2,500
    Bang & Olufsen: 850
    All weather mats: 200
    Exhaust tips: 130
    Total MSRP: 42,030
    After discount: 39,549.03
  • td51889td51889 Posts: 1
    There is a CPO 2010 A4 Quattro Premium with 8,000 miles sitting on the lot in Rhode Island. Listed at 31,932. What would be a responsible offer if just walking into the showroom one day. Although I would probably either get finance with Audi or somewhere else.
  • jnyzjnyz Posts: 93
    First you need to get the original MSRP of the car and figure out the invoice price, the subtract $1,600.00 for the 8000 miles and about another 1500 since 2011 are out. That should get you a fair price for the car.
  • jayriderjayrider Posts: 3,329
    Do you need a loaded A4 ? Then price a 2011 premium with modest extras and see what that will cost. Compare.
  • jnyzjnyz Posts: 93
    Does anyone have the interest rates from Audi for July?
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