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2013 and Earlier - Audi A6 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • kgarykgary Posts: 180
    Is it an 08 or 09?
  • 08, dont think 09s will be out for months still.
  • kgarykgary Posts: 180
    Being an 08, I think you can do better. Several posters on the various Audi forums are reporting better deals.
  • You can do better, I just bought the same car for $47000 and right after that, got 2 better offer.
  • Sounds like a good deal - where did you purchase the car?
  • dm1212dm1212 Posts: 59
    Just purchased a 2005 Audi A6. CPO Ofcourse

    51k Miles.
    Oyster Gray.
    Prem Pkg.
    18 Inch Wheels.
    Cold Weather Pkg.
    Rain Sensing Wipers.
    XM Radio.
    All Wheel Drive.
    Ski Sack.
    Xenons.

    Paid 22,500.
    Threw on "Pot Hole Insurance." $500.00

    Total was around 25,200 with all fees and tax.

    Good Deal?

    My Question is how much would the Nav cost to install? I saw some "Nav" kits on eBay, but my dealers head mechanic said they can't be installed, nor do they work. He said the nav job would cost 4,000 for them to install the nav, because the whole car needed to "Re-Wired" and I need a new "Shark-Fin" The dealers head mechanic also said that the Ipod adapter can't be installed either on the 2005.

    Some Concerns with the Quality of the Car I'm Afraid

    First Week Problems:
    Sunroof "Spring" came lose, was out a car 4 days to Fix and Order parts.
    Rear Seatbelt "Plug-in" got sucked up in the retracter.
    Rear Cupholders broken; Did not deploy.
    Front Passenger Seatbelt outlet broke.

    I love the way the car drives, the look, the performance, and the AWD.
  • dm1212dm1212 Posts: 59
    Doesn't sound to good of a deal.
    I bought a 2005 last weak from a very respected Audi dealer in Jersey, loaded. 51k miles, which may sound like a lot, but its not considering the CPO warranty.

    Paid $22,500
  • kgarykgary Posts: 180
    Did you get the 4.2 or the 3.2?
  • dm1212dm1212 Posts: 59
    I went to the dealer thinking I was going to lease an 09 A4 actually. To my surprise the deal was 399 a month, 4300 down, but a 21k buy out which is ridiculous, because when the lease is up in 3 years you could probably buy the car for 18 or 19. My dealer talked me into the A6, and honestly the 05 A6 drives better then the 09 A4 anyway.
  • pfchenpfchen Posts: 2
    Could someone share your most recent 08' A6 purchase or lease price? Thanks.
  • dm1212dm1212 Posts: 59
    The current offer at my dealer was 4900 down, 549 a month if I recall
  • mukvijmukvij Posts: 15
    Any recent deals 2008 A6 deals? I am not getting anywhere close to the deals people have reporting in Sep. Most I am seeing is 42+TTL for a premium package 3.2 Q
  • Ok, as of today 11/18, there are new incentives for old 2008 A6 inventory. It has to be sitting on the lot for at least 90 days.

    2500 cash
    3000 old inventory incentive

    Plus any loyalty (1500 A4, 2500 A6)

    Residual 46%, 12k, 36month, MF .00081

    Don't forget most A6's were marked down with a "Value Enhancement Credit" of 5150

    We just leased a car originally stickered at 54295 and sold today at 39804 including Audi Care. We paid 7k below current invoice near 46k. We turned in an expiring A4 lease.

    The lease was less than 530 per month. A great car and FINALLY an amazing deal....We are BACK from our M35 to A6!

    But remember, it is for old inventory only!
  • what was your total driveoff cost "a6 to m35"? Does that $530/mo include tax and if so which state are you in? Is that new incentive published anywhere?

    If it was orginally a $54k msrp, I'm assuming it included tech and s line, right?

    Sorry for all the questions, but I'm looking at an a6 myself, and I'm also about to finish my a4 lease.
  • The 54k MSRP was BEFORE the "Value Enhancement Credit". Current MSRP is 49100...Drive off was Bank fee, Doc, MV, taxes.

    The Dealer was in NJ but the car will be registered in a state that requires taxes to be paid upfront and on the total selling price of the vehicle. A really sucky state for motor vehicles!

    NO tech or S line. Just Premium, Nav, Ipod, 18" wheels.

    It DOES NOT include tax.

    Interestingly enough, I have not seen this incentive posted anywhere. But my dealer went through 75% of his A6 stock by yesterday after this came across his desk...
  • I'm considering purchasing a 1999 A-6 with low miles from a private seller. The only problem is that the miles are low because the car was sitting for long periods without being driven and the Audi dealer had to do a whole power restore procedure to get the electronics to work properly. In doing a Carfax also found that the car had been in a previous accident (more than 1,000 in body work) and am not sure how to figure this into a fair offer price. I wanted to get the car checked with the local Audi service dept. first, but BEFORE I spend the money and time to do this would like to have an offer in mind. The guy is asking "DEALER RETAIL" price of 7,400 which is what comes up on Edmunds for a "clean" condition for this year and mileage. "Average" Condition on private party comes up about $5,600....but doesn't account for accident, sitting, or the fact that it will need about $2,400 in upcoming service for timing belt, water pump, thermostat, which need to be done soon.....What's a fair figure taking all this into account...I want to pay a price that accounts for the fact that if I need to resell...any buyer will have the same concerns about buying an accident car??? THANKS!!
  • May I ask which dealer in NJ?
  • I was planning to buy an A4 Avant Prestige but decided to get one of the remaining 08 A6 Avant. It has enhanced premium package with nav, tech, cold weather, AMI. Paid 14,6xx below original MSRP. Audicare and all season floor mats included. Dealer is in NJ.
  • If you don't mind, what's the final price (before tax & TTL) you paid for the vehicle? Thanks.
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