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2013 and Earlier - Audi A6 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • I was hoping you were closer. Thought I might swing by since you were thinking of getting rid of it. But its a good ways to travel...
  • Yeah. that would have worked for the both of us. In any event I would suggest you shont pay more than 35-36 for it.
    By the way, where are you located?
  • If you are willing to come by, I can take a loss on the car.
  • 00027 is MF and the res. is 47% for 15,000 miles and 49% for 12000. If you opt for Audi care for $550 res. goes up a point to 50%-No brainer!!!!!!! $2500 owners loyalty rebate.
    Ordered a '07 A6 3,2Q Black/Black
    premium
    convenience
    technology
    18" wheels w/245/40 18" all seasons
    heated steering wheel
    MSRP 55120
    cap cost 52123 -invoice $50853+profit $600+ adv. etc.$670
    bank fee inc.
    sales tax and tax on rebate upfront
    36 months
    MP $665.25
    Picking up car 2/27 :)
    J
  • Congrats! You'll love the car...
  • Thanks much! Can't wait to get it except for ice storm were getting in NY now. Even a test for QUATTRO. If it performs like my '03 2.7T I'll be happy with the addition of all the tech gadgets.
    J
  • I haven't had much trials of ice down here in TX, but absolutely LOVE driving it in wet weather. It sticks to the road like glue!
  • Hi:

    What was your selling price on this vehicle?

    Jayant
  • Hi,
    MSRP 55120
    invoice 50853
    profit 600
    advertising etc. 670
    neg. cost 52123
    plus audicare $550
    J
  • Thanks. For a $ 48,500 MSRP, my dealer asking for 776/mth including taxes (zero down, docs/tags, Audi care, 15K/36 mths). I'm in the Boston area and this seems to be excessive. Could you let me know your dealer details at japhale@yahoo.com ?

    J
  • Sorry, I meant $ 48,500 negotiated price (not MSRP).

    J
  • Can anyone give me guidance on what I should pay for an '07 A6 4.2 w/ tech. package, s-line w/ 18" wheels, sport seats and ipod integration? Preferably in the Washington DC area, but would be curious what people are paying anywhere. How much above invoice (or below sticker) should I expect to pay? I'm waiting for quotes from a few DC-area dealers, and will be happy to share them once I get them. Thanks.
  • i was offered grey '07 A6 3.2 quattro, prem, conv, nav, sirius, sun shades, wood steering wheel, $54260 msrp, $51,032 (supposedly $200 below invoice), $4k out of pocket, 48% residual, $670/month + tax. is this a good deal?
  • Audi 2007 A6 3.2 Quattro Automatic
    Night Blue
    Amaretto Interior
    Heated Steering Wheel
    Front License Plate holder
    Convenience Package
    Premium Package
    Technology Package
    Destination charge

    MSRP $55220.00
    Buying Price $49000.00 +Tax+TAG+Tire(3430+150+7.50)
    Please help in Decision, is this good price for N. Jersey?
    I must make my deal tomorrow at town motors in Englewood NJ
  • kgarykgary Posts: 180
    $6,000 off MSRP is a good price.
  • wbwynnwbwynn Posts: 246
    very good price...don't see that much.
  • peterny1peterny1 Posts: 2
    Guys and Gals this is the worst experience of my life after everything such as my insurance ID card also the check from capital one and so on was ready, at last minute about 4:47 pm dealer told me they have sold car to someone else they played a good game to let me drop all my all other deal and let me face the music in march. I called Audi of usa and they gave me the drill Dealers are owned and operated individually. :mad: Never Ever go to Town Motors of Englewood NJ. :sick: I am buying Infinity after this experience
  • rjlaerorjlaero Posts: 659
    Did you give the dealer a deposit on the car?
  • prism1prism1 Posts: 1
    Does anyone know the money factor and residual value for a FWD 2007 A6. I am considering a 36 month lease with either 12k or 15k annual mileage limitiations.Does the purchase of Audi care effect the residual value?
  • ealazarusealazarus Posts: 23
    I just spoke to the Audi dealer and we have the car that I want at an MSRP of $55,670....after discount then putting back in 2% for sales tax, $575 Lease acquisition and $175 registration/license for 36 months with a 45% residual they came up with a monthly payment of $954.

    I came up with $55670 less 45% = 30619 Depreciation is $25051 divided by 36 months = $695.90/mo dep. Cap of $55093 plus Res $ 30618 = $85711 x .00007 = $6

    How can we be that far off with these numbers? $250 difference a month?

    Thank you

    Elliot
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