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Audi A5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • All - I have been researching and negotiating for several weeks on wanted to share what I had, and also ask others on their advice. I also have a really good lease software package I used from ExpertLease that is well worth the investment.

    2010 A5 Premium with Nav with Wood Trim Package as the only option Auto
    MSRP $44,425
    $699 and $599 doc / acquisition fee respectfully
    $3,000 down
    7% tax
    $634 monthly payment (includes tax)
    This brings the residual to about 52% and money factor to 0.0016

    It seems the money factor goes down when you move to a package with Premium Plus. Also, Audi does offer Audi Loyalty that is $750 and also a Supplier Program that knocks off 6% from the MSRP.

    While they say the residual and money factor are set by Audi, I don't believe it and think they have room to move.

    This is in Atlanta and I'm wondering how this compares to others. I am coming off on Infiniti lease and they are offering a very, very aggressive program to keep me.
  • 2010 A5 2.0t Premium Plus
    deep sea blue/black interior
    manual transmission
    B&O stereo

    Paying $500 over invoice, including destination but not sales tax.
    60 months at 4.9%, although perhaps there will be a special rate that I can take advantage of before the car is delivered (~12 weeks?).

    Dealer offered $500 over invoice as a flat rate... didn't think I could do better than that for a factory order. Dealer is Tischer Audi of Silver Spring.
  • jj316jj316 Posts: 24
    Basic discount is 200 over invoice.
  • If that's the case, it would have been nice to know that earlier. However, I've seen numerous people receive worse deals even in the past week. How did you come by this information
  • bozsterbozster Posts: 5
    Can someone please give a helping hand and give me some prices for current lease on A5s including money factor and residuals.. I'm looking at Premium Plus pretty much stock with possibly added Drive Assist and upgraded wheels to the 5-Y-spoke ones. I'm also looking at S5 but I am completely behind the curve on prices these days and what people are paying.

    I was looking at:
    S5 4.2 FSI® Premium Plus with six-speed manual transmission and quattro®
    Base MSRP$ 52,400
    Options price$ 400
    Destination charge$ 825
    Price as Built*$ 53,625

    and A5 3.2L Premium Plus with drive assist and upgrade wheels. ($ 46,275 MSRP)

    This is in Arizona

    I am interested how much would be a realistic lease rate for these models on 36 months/10k miles with zero down or in case of S5 possibly a $1k down.

    Is $800 tax included too low? My current lease on Q7 3.6L quattro premium with panorama and rear-view camera package or whatever it is is $790 tax included with zero down 36months/12k miles for $58k MSRP.

    I have a specific issue and have to trade in my Q7 and get an S5 with some luck for 36 months/10k miles. I was looking into some offers Audi Chandler gave me now and I can get an A5 (didn't specify which model but price was $44k including B&O sound and Nav) for same price I'm paying now for Q7 (tax included) with my Q7 trade-in.

    It does seem a bit expensive to pay $790 (tax included) for an A5 with zero down and a trade in but I'm totally out of the loop.

    Could someone chime in and help me out with some numbers here. What could be considered a good deal on S5 given my situation and whether or not A5 price I mentioned above is too steep? Is it completely unrealistic to hope for less than $790 a month (tax included) with $1k down and I'm giving my Q7 in?

  • ttnashttnash Posts: 3
    just got the car
    A5 2.0t ibis white with premium plus@ burlington audi
    all season mat and wheellock included
    39,800 otd with audi 1,500 cashback
  • ttnash,

    Can you provide with MSRP on your car? Was it auto or manual?
    What was the actual discount on the car?

  • tnash, just paid $39.8K AND received $1.5K back?
  • chakotechakote Posts: 1
    2011 Audi A5 Prestige with S Line Package
    $45k including destination pre tax which is invoice (order). Central California dealer.

    My question is whether or not the euro decline will affect 2011 prices on the downside. Any thoughts?
  • pdennenpdennen Posts: 2
    Looking for an idea on what type of discount I should get off this car. Sticker is $51,000. Dealer is offering $500 off plus an Audi "Loyalty" discount of $1,500. Seems like a lousy deal. Thoughts?
  • pdennenpdennen Posts: 2
    Seems like a great deal compared to what I got quoted for same model. Sticker (~$51,000) minus $2,000. Live in Michigan. What do you think?
  • pythonrulespythonrules Posts: 1
    edited August 2010
    Just talked to a couple of local dealers on the phone and looks like the 2011 A5s can be had for invoice price. A sales person from one dealership at first tried to make me believe A5s are "hotter" then A4s, but as soon as I told them that a different dealer was willing to sell at invoice price he immeidately said they can match that.

    So is invoice a resonable price? or there is more room for negotiating once I walk into the dealership with checkbook?

    Also does anyone know how much is the previous year model incentive Audi offers for 2010 A5s? I know it's $1500 for A4s.

    Thank you!

    P.S. I am not a previous Audi owner.
  • Hello:
    Does anyone know what the invoice/cost to dealer is for the A5 with the Titanium package?

    From Audi's website I get an MSRP of $47,040 with 2.0 TFSI® Premium Plus ($41,490) meteor pearl gray ($475) Titanium ($1,650) Navigation ($2,550) and destination charge ($835)

    Thanks so much.
  • I'm interested in the A5, and test drove it as well as the BMW 328 just for comparison purposes. Now, I'm finding it difficult to justify paying more to lease the A5 when the 328 offers more (i.e., remote lock-out service, run-flat tires, more power) for less money to lease. I know I'm comparing the A5 coupe to BMW sedan, but BMW's coupe has same engine as the sedan. BMW coupe is comparatively priced compared to A5.

    Thoughts? Advice? It's the A5 sleek exterior that keeps me holding on.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 27,666
    It's a tough choice.... the A5 might be the best looking car on the planet... plus, Audi interiors are the best..

    A couple of things, though...

    1) Most BMW owners will tell you they wish they didn't have run-flats..

    2) Lock-out service? The last time I locked my keys in the car was 1985.. :surprise:

    3) No engine can match a BMW inline-6 for smooth, balanced power delivery....

    If you want a coupe, and they are priced the same, it's hard to go wrong with either one... if you are leasing, the BMW might be substantially cheaper..

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  • i'm currently in the same boat. my other concern with the BMW is driving in the snow (but here in the DC area, i'm not sure how much of an issue that actually is).
    that said, are A5s really that hard to come by around here? I feel like i'm having to pull teeth to find one now! even used ones seem to come and go within a few days...would it be better if i were to look elsewhere? :confuse:
  • ganandganand Posts: 2
    <25K miles
    Preferable Blue or Gray
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 27,666
    Hi, ganand

    We don't have a classified section in our forums.. You can click on Used Car Finder at the bottom of the page for listings..


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  • gosox1gosox1 Posts: 17
    A5 Premium Plus with a few minor options:

    42680 MSRP
    41631 TMV
    39756 Invoice

    39780 Purchase price (2900 off MSRP). Doc fee/title prep an add'l 294.

    No financing, no trade. Maybe manual or color were not so in demand.
  • Is that a 2012 or 2011? Where did you get it?

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