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2013 and Earlier - Audi A6 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • For the first time I bought instead of leasing. When Audi dealers were quoting me leasing prices in the low 700s for moderately equipped A6s - it made me say - I might as well buy the car. The deal: MSRP: 56670, I paid 49700. Pkgs: Conv, Tech, Prem, Cold Weather, Heated Steering Wheel, 18" rims, Amaretto Premium Leather seats. Thanks to this site I found out about the huge discounts. I went through a week of hell trying to find the exact color combo (White/Amaretto) but I love it. MMI makes me feel this car was custom made for me.
  • blckislandguyblckislandguy Posts: 1,150
    Snakes, maybe the reason why the great price is that an S Line 3.2 is a rarity and 3.2 buyers won't usually pay up for the S Line?

    Incidentally, what meaningful things do you get with the S Line package? I know that in '08 the Sport Seats are standard with the S Line, but not earlier.
  • I'm just wondering if anyone else has had these experiences? I have been working with a dealership in Tx. On an Audi A6 05 certified 20,000 miles. $36,000
    all the toys, Nav. Etc.

    I was sent the Business App. by email. Applied with a business thats 3.7 yrs old and inc.ed for 1.6 years
    D&B is great 80 paydex
    and we have well over 100K in CC and lines of credit with low ultization. They came back with wanting 2 yrs autied Finanicals which are very expensive.

    I PG'ed with Transunion 680, ex. 650, equifax 779

    I look at me Credit file today to find my credit hard pulled 5 times. I signed an app. to allow VW credit to investigate my credit. NOT
    VW credit
    VW credit inc.
    The porsche store
    porsche STR
    Porsche store anyone else have this experience?

    Why are they doing thsi when I did not give them permission to pull all these times? :mad: :surprise:
  • kgarykgary Posts: 180
    To keep people out of my financial documents, I pay cash. Its just easier. I suggest you do the same.
  • A reporter from a national newspaper is hoping to talk to consumers who have been shopping for a European vehicle (BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Audi or others) and have found them to be more expensive because of the Euro exchange rates. Please reply to ctalati@edmunds.com no later than Monday, October 1, 2007 with your daytime contact info.

    Karen-Edmunds Community Manager

  • It sounds like people are getting outstanding deals on leftover '07s, but has anyone bought an '08 yet? Reading this topic, folks received anywhere from $3.2K to $8.5K off of an '07 sticker. What can I expect to get off on a '08 A6 3.2Q?

    Getting the car for below invoice seems very unlikely to me, but my last 2 cars were Bimmers and getting one of those for $1K over invoice is doing pretty good.

    Then there's the question of Extended Warranty and Extended Maintenance. The salesman said warranty is $1300 depending on the package and maintenance is $690 which just equals BMW's included maintenance. Has anyone negotiated a better deal or bought these from an Internet dealer?
  • 2008 A6 3.2 Quattro w/ Premium, Technology, Navigation, IPod connectorMSRP: $54,815 Gross Sale Price: $52,100 Audi loyalty rebate: -$1,500 Audi Care prepaid maintenance: +$590Net Sale Price: $51,173 :shades: Invoice: $51,475 ($42,900 base + $7,300 options + $775 destination charge + $500 for Audi dealer advertising payments)
    I am not currently aware of any holdbacks or dealer support on the 2008 model year since they haven't been in showrooms for very long yet...
  • Just picked up a year end closeout on a:

    2007 A6 3.2 Quattro w/premium, convenience, navi, audi music interface, 18" wheels w/all season tires

    Sticker: $52,865
    Invoice: $48,754
    Negotiated to: $44,500

    How did I do?
  • Sounds like a mighty good deal to me...

    Congratulations, enjoy the car!
  • FYI... for anyone who is looking to purchase a new 2007 A6 model.

    I got a deal for $37.300 which is $10.5K below MSRP $47,800. I did a search on Google "2007 audi a6 discount" and it came up with a link to Craigslist. I called the dealer and got what I was looking for. I also got pre-approved by Capital One, but they beat the rate by more than .5 point. More money saving there.

    I saw a $10K off of a loaded Quadro with MSRP $51,???. But it was silver and over my budget so I got the car below instead.

    2007 A6 3.2 FWD
    Pre. Pkg
    Conv. Pkg
    Pre. Leather
    Lojack

    Good luck!!!
  • I am looking at a high mileage 2002 A6 quattro (it's closing in on 110,000 miles). I checked the edmunds page for it's value given the miles and its options, and it seems like the price is o.k (around $12,000). My issue is that because the car is over 100,000 miles, the dealer will give absolutely no warranty and the purchase would be completely at my own risk if something were to go wrong. I always thought that at least some sort of warranty was standard when buying a used car. When I test drove the vehicle I noticed some of the same transmission issues that I have seen other people posting on this site about their A6 (i.e. - it's hard to get a smooth acceleration from a stop going up through to second gear and on slow deceleration, such as pulling into a parking lot, it bucked). The dealer has mentioned getting the price to around $10,000 to offset my discomfort over the lack of warranty. Does anyone have any insight into this situation? Should I avoid the car like the plague or is the transmission thing a non-issue and the gamble without a warranty worth it?
  • My 2 cents: if busting out a few thousand to fix an issue is a big problem, then I'd stay away from an Audi out of warranty. I absolutely love my car but wouldn't trust it to not have some issue at that high mileage that would be costly to repair. FWIW, no one will warranty a car over 100K that I know of.

    If you do choose to buy it, 1st take it to a local independent German mechanic and have them give it a thorough once over. It will be worth the small cost to have it done.

    Good luck.
  • I am considering the current deal of $549/month for Quattro A6 with Prem. Pack. for 10k. a year. I need to add 5k miles a year and was told that would increase the payment $80 month. Anybody else checked this out and if so how did your price compare? Thanks -
  • I just wanted to acknowledge the great resource this forum has been to my recent car-buying experience. I have purchased a new '06 Audi Avant 3.2 wagon with premium package for $41,000 (sticker was $51,700). After the first 1000 miles, all is well. Gas-mileage is a little under what I expected, but hopefully will improve.
    This is my second Audi (1999 A8 with 150,000 miles). I have been using 87 octane fuel (regular unleaded) in the '99 for the past 24 months without any noticeable performance issues or maintenance problems. Any thoughts/experience on using lower octane fuel in the newer models. Thanks again. Looking forward to any feedback.
  • rjlaerorjlaero Posts: 659
    Lower octane will reduce your mileage, so you're not saving anything by being cheap at the pump. Use 91 or better and you'll always get the best mileage.

    The new 3.2 with the FSI get's pretty good mileage. Even on my 06 4.2 V8, I can get over 25mpg on the hwy. The 3.2 should get you 27-28 on the hwy.
  • Thanks for the info. I have seen a little better mileage with this last fill-up about 24 mpg using 91 octane. I appreciate the feedback.
  • Also wondering if anyone has experience with adding navigation system. It wasn't availabe at the time of purchase, but might be nice to have.
    Anyone aware of a web site or store that sells some of the Audi accessories such as roof base carrier bars at discount. I haven't found a site other than Audi dealer of Audiusa.com. Thanks
  • rjlaerorjlaero Posts: 659
    Nav can be added, but it's quite expensive with parts and installation. It's probably 2200-2400 to get it done. The factory price was around $1600.
  • What are the current money factor and residual that should be expected on an S6?

    Thanks.
  • shawn757shawn757 Posts: 115
    Does anyone know whether fulltime students can get approved by Audi financial for a A6 without a Co-Signee?
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