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Audi A4 Lease Questions

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi tcb25. Here's the information that you're looking for. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 Audi A4 Avant Premium Plus with 12,000 miles per year are .00143 and 50%, respectively.

    Yes, the addition of Audi Care does increase this vehicle's residual.

    Yes, the $750 loyalty incentives on leases is still available in March.

    Good luck and make sure to let us all know if you have any other questions and how everything turns out.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Congrats jd25. That's a nice car. I'm jealous :) . If you haven't already, make sure to hop on over to the Dealer Ratings & Reviews section of this site to share your thoughts on the dealer that you leased from. Thanks and enjoy!

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Here's the information that you're looking for, chisoxindc. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 Audi A4 2.0T Sedan Premium with quattro and 10,000 miles per year are .00071 and 54%, respectively. I believe that the Audi Care bump is still in effect, but I have not looked into it lately.

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  • rclackrclack Posts: 11
    Car man, the dealer didn't say what the selling price was. I calculated the price as about $37,100, using February'r money factor and the residual the dealer gave me, and came up with about $37,100, only $800 below invoice, but, it appears that March's money factor is different, and also that there may be an acquisition fee.

    What is the March residual, money factor and acquistion fee for a 2009 Audi A4 quattro, premium plus, in a 36 month,12,000 mile per year lease?

    Thanks for your help!
  • dexinsddexinsd Posts: 6
    I got a lease quote (in March) on a 2009 A4 2.0T Quattro premium plus: MF 0.00086; residual 50%. BTW, residual on the Prestige drops to 47%. San Diego, CA.
  • marker70marker70 Posts: 12
    Car Man,

    can you give the residual and MF on a '09 a4 2.0 Prestige with Nav as well as a '09 a4 3.2 Prestige with Nav? I'm looking for 36 mos/10k.

    Thanks in advance
  • ph0ustph0ust Posts: 8
    hi all. the lease on my 07 a4 avant is up next month. i plan on probably getting another a4 avant with premium plus. i was looking for any suggestions on getting the best deal, while i have negotiated a lot of leases (several audi's as well) and always gotten a great deal on the terms, this time i am about 1500 miles over my limit and have a not quite small dent on the driver's door and the driver's side mirror is broken. i can fix these for about $800 and pay for the mileage, but i am hoping there is a tactic at the dealer, or by calling vw financial services, to get them to forgive the costs in an effort to get me to lease another audi.

    any suggestions? i hear lots of people get their mileage waived if they get another car, but i've never been successful with that. thanks.
  • rclackrclack Posts: 11
    Thans for the info. What is BTW?
  • pcp33pcp33 Posts: 6
    okay this is pending. 2.0 premium plus metor grey i also think there is wood in the interior. Sale price was never mentioned. 3300 down payment includes 1st month, 36 months at 499.00 a month with 12,000 miles. This seems awfully high. With that kind of money down payments should be 20 to 25$ less. I was also offered this deal 1865 down 12,000 miles for 479 a month for the premium package. I thought this deal wasn't bad but really want the pp package. Can i do better. thanks for the help
  • I was wondering if you could let me know if this is a good lease deal for an A4 09

    2009 Audi A4 2.0T QUATTRO SEDAN
    $357 per mo 36 mos (w/o tax)
    $0.00 down payment
    $625.00 acquisition fee
    $350.00 security deposit due
    10,000 miles per year
    MSRP $35,080.00

    Any help you can provide is greatly appreciated.
  • eh550ieh550i Posts: 12
    That seems like a great deal. You still have to pay drive offs correct (tax, title, lic)? Where is this deal and does it include Premium or sport package. At 35080 MSRP that should be quattro, premium and sport. If so, excellent deal from what I have seen.

    Was that a posted special or negotiated deal?
  • traderfjptraderfjp Posts: 12
    Penny: Can u tell me the dealership that made u that offer. I'm in the market and what you were quoted is way under what I was quoted. 1500k and 489.99 per month 15k per year.
  • pcp33pcp33 Posts: 6
    2800 down payment includes first month payment and also audicare 489.00 a month. Premium Plus with wood,quatro msrp 38800 paying 36000
  • eh550ieh550i Posts: 12
    I was loosley quoted the following:

    3 year/10K/year
    A4 with preimium, quattro, bluetooth
    MSRP 34,695
    Total cash due at signing $778.20
    Payment of 437.54 not including tax at whatever rate CA will be hitting us for come April 1.

    Good deal?
  • pcp33pcp33 Posts: 6
    That sounds like a good deal. Is that for the Premium Plus model? Mine also has wood inside which i really dont care about. that is the only one they have in the color that i want. Premium plus and wood is about 2500 to 3000 more.
  • eh550ieh550i Posts: 12
    They didnt say anything about wood inside. I think that was premium only, not premium plus.
  • a44me2a44me2 Posts: 1
    car man,

    Could you let me know what you think about this lease offer?

    A4 Quattro Premium Plus
    Audi Symphony
    Bluetooth
    Homelink

    Price $36675
    15K
    42 months
    44% lease end value
    MF 0.00135
    $3500 due at signing
    $544/mo

    I am also trading in a 2006 a4 i was leasing.
    $20,000 tax trade value equates to $1,450 savings ($20,000 x 7.25% = $1,450).

    Please let me know.

    thanks
  • mcmuneymcmuney Posts: 64
    I was not in the market for a new Audi (since I drive a 2005.5 model), but I received a newsletter with an offer of $419/month on a 36 month lease with 10K miles/year, which peaked my interest. The car was a 2009 3.2 Quattro with Prestige Plus. But when I told them that I wanted Prestige and Nav package, their price jumped close to $800. So I was about to give up my search, when I got a call from the dealership where I bought my present Audi and this is what they've offered:

    2009 3.2 Quattro w/ Prestige and Nav
    MSRP around $47K
    $1780 down
    10K miles/year
    36 months
    $560/month (including CA sales tax)
    Audi Loyalty factored in

    I checked with a few dealers and I was getting quotes between $700 - $800. I'm hoping the sales girl didn't make a mistake. I'll find out tomorrow. Assuming that the numbers are correct, is this a ridiculously great deal or what?
  • keyyohkeyyoh Posts: 1
    Car_man, need some advice as i am not sure what is a good lease deal or not.

    a4 quattro premium plus with 18' sports package
    36 month
    15K miles
    MF: .0009
    Residual 50%
    $563 monthly (tax-in)
    No money down, $1800 drive off

    Thanks in advance
  • ny_mattny_matt Posts: 3
    Dealer in SW CT

    Premium plus, paint, destination

    MSRP 38050
    Cap Cost 36650 (600 over invoice?)
    cap cost reduction 625 (Bank fee)
    Resid 52% (+1% for 12k miles, +1% for audi care)
    MF .00071
    Audi care 750...divided by 36 and added into payment
    monthly payment w/o taxes 525.35

    upfronts
    first month payment 525
    dmv 185
    doc fee 39
    tax on cap reduction 52
    Sales Tax 1583
    cap reduction 625
    total 3370
  • Car Man,

    Could you kindly take a look at the below lease deal on a 2009 A4 that was a dealer demo and let me know what you think:

    2.0T Premium Quattro, Bluetooth, Symphony 6CD, Garage Door Opener, Wood Interior Trim
    Original MSRP $35,005
    2K miles
    $29,495 sale price
    Money Factor .00101
    Residual 51%
    36 month lease / 15,000 miles per year
    No money down, $457 per month

    To others in the forum - is the Audi Care worth purchasing? I'm not sure how much maintenance is required at those 3 mileage intervals...

    Thanks in advance!
  • sam_ksam_k Posts: 113
    Car_man,

    Can you please tell me the March lease terms for the 2009 A4 Avant (wagon) for both S-Line and non S-Line models with the prestige package, 36 or 39 month lease with 12K miles per year. Someone also mentioned a 1% higher residual if you get Audi care. Is that still in effect? Thanks in advance.

    Sam K
  • mcmuneymcmuney Posts: 64
    I've gotten similar response elsewhere, that this is a great deal. There doesn't seem to be enough traffic here, responses take too long. Anyhow, the sales girl did NOT make a mistake. What they did was to match the offer I presented them with, then allowed me to make changes to the car.

    Unfortunately, however, I didn't walk out with the car because their quote on my trade was too low. They're leaving the offer open for me if I can sell my car privately. So if anyone in the LAX area is looking for a great deal on a 2005 A4 3.2, let me know.
  • andrewjwandrewjw Posts: 1
    Any thoughts on this lease on a 2.0 Premium Plus?

    Price is 39,475

    With 12k miles per year and Audi care ($740)

    no cap cost

    minimum down
    $1653.00 due on delivery
    36 months
    $619 (including all fees, taxes, Audi care, 12kmiles per year)

    I am feeling thats a bit strong... has anyone gotten this car in the low to mid 500 a month range?

    Andrew
  • bobert6bobert6 Posts: 1
    I agreed to $500 over invoice for a 2009 A4 but the dealer's invoice price was $397.13 higher than Edmunds' because he added $202.13 for "NY Tri-sate Audi DAA" (advertising) and $195 for "Preperation and Inspection." Is this legit or rip-off?
  • Hi Car Man - Please review this lease quote and let me know if it is good or not

    09 Audi A4 Quattro prem plus without Nav
    36 month, 10K per year
    i live in Staten Island, NY

    cap cost $34,500
    52% residual of MSRP$38,000 = $19,760
    money factor = .00071x2400=1.704%

    due at sign $2697 includes my taxes, bank fee, doc fee and 1st payment no security deposit
    monthly $449

    are there any manufacture to dealer or customer incentives / rebates this month of March?

    Please let me know if this is a good deal or not - i will get the car after your feedback.

    Thank you in advance,
    Ken
  • pcp33pcp33 Posts: 6
    This is the deal i did. Premium Plus with wood and audi care. 2800 down including 1st payment 12000 miles for 487.00 . I think i could of done better on down payment maybe a couple of hundred dollars less.
  • Thank you pcp3! -how does the car drive?

    i guess with the wood and audi care plus 12000 per year will bring up your monthly payment a little higher than mine $449 - i have it at 10000 per year because i only drive it on the weekends - the past 9 years i'ved leased and when i return the car i am alway under 30,000 when i finish the 3 year lease.

    all the best pcp3!
  • arik19arik19 Posts: 1
    Here are the details for my new AUDI A4. Bought on March 12 and the deal I got:

    2009 Audi A4 Quattro 2.0 T w/Prem Plus and Nav
    White ext. Black int. + wood
    MSRP around $41K
    $1719 down
    12K miles/year
    36 months
    $555/month (including NY sales tax)

    Car was sold below invoice.

    Dealership located in NJ
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