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Audi A4 Lease Questions

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  • i will be leasing a 2008 A4 quattro 2.0T 6MT
    car has convenience, premium, heated seats, ipod, bluetooth.

    MSRP is $36,400 and the selling price offered is $34,980

    the lease money factor is 0.0014 and the residual is 60%.

    so with $575 acquisition fee and $500 security deposit. plus license, and doc fee ($50)
    i am looking at $444.25 before taxes for 36 months and 10,000 miles per year.

    i though i remember seeing money factors of 0.00128 on this forum?

    all told does this look like a good deal?
  • Good day, thanks for bringing this up because i was confused as well. What is the buy rate MF for October? Can anyone help?
    You were quoted 0.0014, and that is what i also heard from a local Audi dealership... although i have repeatedly seen 0.00128 on this forum.
    Is the dealer trying to tack on extra for added profit? Or did Audi Financial change the rates?
    I know it depends on history and credit-- but assuming we have perfect credit- what is the current buy rate MF ?

    Could anyone help us as to current lease MF and residuals for Audi A4 quattro 2.0T
    I was looking for 12K miles 36 months.
    thank you thank you
  • hi guys, i'm currently looking for a lease on a 2008 audi a4 2.0t quattro auto in dolphin grey with platinum grey interior, premium package, convenience package, heated front seats, bluetooth, and audi care package. i was quoted 459 a month with tax rolled in on a 36 month lease and 10k miles. this is with 0 down, all thats due at signing is first month and the usual bank fee, doc fee stuff. this sounds like a good deal to me but my current lease is not up yet and i was told to get this deal i must take delivery by end of the month and my lease doesnt end until next month. is this a deal too good to let go or should i really just wait?
  • Help. I have a few questions regarding what makes the most monetary sense.

    2007 A4 3.2 loaded with convien/nav/bluetooth/multifunction wheel/leather premium for 6k off sticker approx 3k under invoice

    or

    2008 at 2200 under sticker.

    I want to lease.

    I realize there is a program for 2.0 2008's

    What are the MF and residuals for 2007 3.2, 2008 3.2 and 2008 2.0 for a 36m/36k lease
  • Hi Hosts! i know you must be very busy but just hoping you will see this soon , thank you!
    I was needing current money factor and residuals from Audi Financial on current (quattro) A4 2.0 T leases for 12K miles and either 24 or 36 month lease .
    Do the numbers differ if you decide on an Avant rather than the sedan??
    thank you so much for all the hard work and help!!
  • I decided to get the 3.2l engine in a new A4. The residual quoted for the 2.0T was 57% but it fell to 53% for the 3.2. Does this sound right? The MF is .00146 for the 3.2 which is better than .00166 for the 2.0T but not as low as the .00128 which I have seen discussed here. Should I be satisfied with the MF offered? The salesman claims that these values come direct from LeaseLink and that he did not alter them. Is this true or can the dealer look for extra profit by adjusting the residual and MF?

    Details of my quote which is from a dealer in the Twin Cities.

    2008 A4 Quattro 3.2, black int, black ext
    Options: PPX-convenience pkg, PT1-bluetooth
    MSRP = $41,375
    Selling price = $39,900
    36 months, 15k miles/yr.
    Residual $ = $21,995
    Residual % = 53%
    MF = .00146
  • from 3 dealers near me in DC, the MF for the 2.0 is .00128. The MF for the 3.2 is higher. The residual for 36 months 10k miles is 60% for the 2.0. I will not accept lower. Some dealers are also very aggressive on the sale price of the 2008. You can do better.
  • scottinkyscottinky Posts: 194
    looking to lease a CPO 04 A4 Quattro. WE are adding some neg equity to this deal.
    Here it is:

    Car is $26K
    $2500 down
    neg equity is $11,500
    trade $4600
    residual $10,340
    money factor .00060 through Audi
    48months at $499 all taxes

    we are trading a 1995 C220 with 64K. Not sure if I want to pull the trigger
    on this, but I dont like having 2 expensive cars out of warranty. Oh, the A4
    has 6/100K warranty and 25K left of Audi care maintenance.
  • Hi - I just leased the same model with the same down payment and I'm leasing for $400.00 a month we started at $427.00 - this is my third A4 - but this one has bluetooth/GPS/Ipod - picking up the car tomorrow - can't wait. I love this car!

    :blush:
  • Hello tstuart,

    Could you verify exactly what all your options are on the car you just got for $400? When you say the same down payment....that must mean $0 then, right?
    What is the MSRP of your car?

    Thanks!
  • Hi- thank you hosts for such a great job!
    I REALLY need to know the November numbers (biting nails)... for the Audi A4 2.0T quattro for 12K, 24 and 36 mo leases.
    A dealer mentioned they 'might' stay the same as October?? did they change?
    is it still a money factor of 0.00128 ?(buy rate),.. "marked up" rate at 0.00143 ?
    and residuals of 67% and 59% respectively?
    For the AVANT version a decrease of 3 points on each residual?
    thank you
  • jr_ncjr_nc Posts: 4
    08 A4 avant quattro cold/conv/s-line/titanium/ipod Dealer MSRP was in the 38ish range with a selling price of 37 (going from memory here-sorry). Didn't see the MF but the residual was 53%. Numbers for 3yr/36K miles with first payment down was approx 660mo.

    Some help. Is this in line with current rates etc. Oh, this is in NC. Thanks!!!
  • hi jr-nc,
    that looks too high to me but i am no expert, just from what i have seen here so far.
    i beleive in the 400's per month is more like it
    from what i have seen-- the November MF rates may have dropped lower than they were before! I have to ask the dealer to be sure but they said it might have dropped from October rates, making it lower monthly payments than before.
  • jr_ncjr_nc Posts: 4
    Thanks for the reply urbanaudi. It seems really high to me too. They claim its the state, and that other areas may have more incentives or a bigger market, hence lower rates. It seems, though, that everywhere else I look (other states) they are all in the 400's or at most, very low 500's. Is NC that bad right now?

    If anyone else has some info, please let me know. Thanks again!!!! JR
  • I have had two seperate Audi dealers tell me that adding the S-Line package automatically lowers the residual 2%. I was just given around 50% for 17,500 miles a year.
  • Riverside Audi in New jersey.
    Be careful they quote you one deal over the phone, you go there and they switch it on you.
  • 2008 A4 2.0/quattro/tip/premium/heated seats/black
    58% res
    .00093 mf
    ~$32,800 selling price
    $34,375 MSRP
    $425/Mo "0" down other than (+tax+DMV+sec deposit) AFS waived doc and acquisition fee)
    12k yr // 36mo
  • rodistrodist Posts: 36
    Audi is advertising a lease deal through 1/2/2008

    2008 A4 Quatro
    MSRP $34,375
    Residual after 36 months 12K = 19938

    With $1,999.00 Down they come up with a payment of 369.00 / month

    WHAT IS THE
    1) Money Factor on this deal?
    2) Residuals for 12,000 / 36

    Thank you for your help
  • hi,
    I'm new to the forums and have an urgent question about a new lease. Can anyone tell me the MF and Residuals for an '08 avant 2.0 with 12,000 miles per year and a term of 24, 36, 39 months? I live in NY if that matters.
    thank you in advance,
    matthew
  • djsfdjsf Posts: 3
    Looking at a 2008 Audi A4 2.0 Quattro with the following specs:
    Automatic
    Nav w/ipod
    Bose pkg
    leather int
    premium
    convenience
    bluetooth
    heated front seats
    MSRP is 38775. We're looking at a 36 mos lease with 3k down. We've been shopping a lot of dealers and they are all coming around $440-490 a month. I don't want to leave money on the table but I feel like there is more room to negotiate. Anyone seen a deal similar or better?
  • where are you located?
  • djsfdjsf Posts: 3
    Northern California
  • I got what I think looks to be an aggressive quote in the northeast (I posted the details a few messages before yours) with no $ down...car isn't as well equipped as yours obviously
  • carman:
    i am considering leasing another 2008 audi a4 quattro - automatic with leather - not sure about other options. i am due to turn in my audi a4 by mid december. i am also considering a bmw x3, and a mercedes c300.

    i am looking for number for both the 2.0 and 3.2 quattro models.
    - i live in NJ
    - looking to lease for anywhere from 36-42 months
    - 12,000 miles per year
    - what would be december residuals on these cars and money factors?
    - what fees should i expect to pay upfront on these cars and are any of them negotiable?
    - what should i strive for over invoice on these cars?
    - also, any incentives i should be aware of for december?
    - as a current audi lessee - what fees would they waive for me and what type of loyalty should i make sure that i get?


    thanks!
  • carteachcarteach Posts: 179
    Can someone send me to a thread that explains how to negotiate a lease?

    How do you figure out whether your payments are fair since you're turning the car in at the end of a proscribed period?

    What should expect the difference to be in 24 mos. lease vs. a 36?

    I feel totally stupid about this. :blush:
  • First get yout best purchase price
    2) Figure out your annual milege and sign a lease with that milege. Don't let them talk you into a low milege lease. It's cheaper to pay for a lease paying the milege upfront.
    cap. cost =purchase price. Ask them what this is plus the resudual(value at end of lease) and the money factor(interest rate).
    shorter the term generally the more expensive the payment. Feel free to ask questions. I used to be in the business and run a leasing company
  • You should be getting a much better purchase price
  • I got a 2008 a4 2t q with auto,prem, heat seat, prem paint, and blue tooth.MSRP about 35,250 they have a $2000 cash to dealer if you are turning a 2006 A4. Total at signing was 400 plus DMV with 400 per month for 36 months with 10,000 per year. Cap cost was abut 31,200.

    This and other board were very helpful.

    :)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,004
    There are all sorts of articles on leasing, here on Edmunds...

    Enjoy!

    regards,
    kyfdx

    MODERATOR
    Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • I just got back from a So. Cal. Audi dealer. The offer was 800 for fees 33075 msrp sale price 31083 Res. 18522 mf .00102 something like 2% 399 a month plus tax Very easy to deal with quick and sincere. What do you guys think? ps it had the prem. package, sport package, prem. color.
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