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2013 and Earlier - Audi Q5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • nschrocknschrock Posts: 2
    Does that include any extras? Like the convenience package or heated seats? If yes that's a good deal. The $1500 rebate is if you currently own an Audi.
  • gouldjbgouldjb Posts: 5
    where are you located? pictures? colors? I am moving to Dallas TX and was planning on buying a 2011 Q5 2.0t...if good enough deal, may take this off you...any issues / accidents etc?
    thx
    John
  • spartacus_33spartacus_33 Posts: 4
    edited March 2012
    I started off by asking about Audi's European Delivery discount. I was told, "5% off MSRP for Euro Delivery.... but that they would offer 3% off" if I just bought it from them and took delivery here.

    Details... 3.2 Premium Plus with wheel locks ($80) and towing package ($800 at Port, $1200 at Dealer) and Audi Care ($800). Then just a little more discount because of the inflated hitch installation; MY price: $44,300. That works out to be (MSRP $45,955). $1,655 off MSRP or 3.6% off MSRP, if you use all the normal MSRP numbers including destination.

    Steve
  • Hello,
    Let me know if you guys think this is a good deal. The dealer offer is definitely higher than the truecar value.

    MSRP - 43400
    Dealer offer- 42000
    2012 Q5 2.0 premium plus + convenience Package
    B&O sounds system
    19 inch wheel
  • If your MSRP price is accurate... that's just a touch over 3% off... and I haven't heard of anything better. I've had my 3.2 Q5 for a month now and LOVE it.
  • I got this offer from one of the NJ dealers. None of the NJ dealers I talk to gave me a deal better than this. I'm looking for an all cash deal, still no luck with a better deal. What do you guys think the best deal is?
  • From my research... the BEST deal I've heard of is 5% off MSRP... but you have to do a European Delivery.
  • maosey05maosey05 Posts: 4
    edited April 2012
    I have an opportunity to purchase a demo 2012 Q5. It is a Premium Plus (black on black) with under 5k miles. Deal price: $40,500. MSRP: $42k. Demo is currently on in-house lease until the end of May. Is this a good deal? Should I go for it?
  • Is it 2.0 or 3.2? Are you getting any options like navigation etc? Please post more details here.
  • maosey05maosey05 Posts: 4
    It is a 2.0 with no nav, 19" 5-arm wheels, all weather floor mats & trunk liner.

    Dealership also has a certified 2011 2.0 premium plus (no nav) with 12k miles, white with beige interior and upgraded Bang & Olufsen sound system, 18" wheels. $39k and available for immediate acquisition.

    Which do you feel is the better bang for buck? Thanks!
  • audiformersaudiformers Posts: 1
    edited April 2012
    I just got a beautiful Q5 2.0T premium plus, B on B with advanced key, weather mats, exhaust tips MSRP 41885 for 40185 but I could not get 1.9 APR from Audi FS:(. Did any one was luck to get 1.9 apr?
  • maple4maple4 Posts: 1
    Good deal?
  • I am starting off with my deal search for a Q5 2.0 Brilliant Black.

    Can some of the recent buyers of the Q5 2.0 tell me what's the best price I can get for a Premium model and a Premium Plus Model.
  • Got my new Q5 premium plus+Nav+Audi care($800 value free) on Saturday. Please note that I dont have any credit history in USA yet and I got this through Audi foreign business professional program(which is awesome i should say) and I am loving it

    Dealer - Town Motors Englewood, New Jersey.
    Q5 premium plus package + Nav+Audi Care+Car Mats Invoice price= 42993
    Lease months = 42
    Mileage = 10,000/yr
    Money factor = 0.00176
    Residual Value = 21596 or 49%
    Monthly payments = $623.11
    Initial Charges = $3871.63(First month+$399 for registration+$695 bank fee+$249 documentation fee+$7.50 tire tax+$1898.02 Sales tax)
  • audiq5201audiq5201 Posts: 1
    edited May 2012
    2012 Q5 Premium Plus (Moonlight Blue and Cinnamon) + Navigation + B&O speakers+Audi advanced key+19 inch wheels+all weather mats +Audi care = 45,200

    Let me know if it is a good deal ?
  • jay_2013jay_2013 Posts: 11
    I am in the Bay Area, CA. Looking to get either a 2012 Q5 2.0T Base or the 2012 X3 Base. I hear that there is much less price flexibility on the Q5 than on the X3. Is that true? Also, is $1200 below MSRP a reasonable target- for either vehicle?
  • nisko81nisko81 Posts: 3
    Got 6% off MSRP through Supplier Program offered through my job. Also received 1.9% Financing. Purchased 06/01/2011 a 2011 Q5 3.2 Prestige S-Line. Also, found out by shopping around you can get 6% off BMW just by showing them the printed discount for Audi. I was told the mark up is 7% on BMW.
  • nisko81nisko81 Posts: 3
    The Q5 is cheaper than the X3. The Audi is more reliable and better 4WD system. You will end up having issues with the run flats and electronics on the BMW as all my Bimmer friends have with their need cars.
  • tonka858tonka858 Posts: 21
    You can get way more then 6% off a BMW X5D
    avg is about 8500
  • Does anyone know approximately what's the dealer invoice price for a Audi Q5 Premium Plus model?

    I am getting quote price of about ~$38,000 for a Audi Q5 Premium Plus with convenience package without navigation. Is this a good price?
  • goltzgoltz Posts: 2
    I was told at the dealership in Lexington KY that for demos they would go at least $3000 off.
  • dssxxxxdssxxxx Posts: 69
    Here is my buying experience - no leases - just trade and cash - all new, no demo's.

    2010 Q5 Prestige: $5K off list - Full Edmunds Trade In Value for Private Sale for 2008 Lexus RX350

    2009 A8L Loaded: $17K off list - Same as above for 2007 Lexus LS460

    2012 A7 Prestige: $6.3K off list - Same as above for 2010 Q5 (sold during the time of the sale of the A7 - same day)

    Hope this helps.
  • I am starting off with my deal search for an Audi Q5 2.0 in Moonlight Blue Metallic.

    Can some of the recent buyers of the Q5 2.0 tell me what's the best price I can get for a Premium Plus Model. Thanks.
  • audi_buyer1audi_buyer1 Posts: 3
    edited May 2012
    I got a 2012 2.0 Q5 Premium Plus for a base price of $38000 + Taxes and Registration.

    Try to get quotes from different dealers and make them compete. The 2013 models are just a month or two away. If you can work patiently and not rush, you can bargain and get a Premium Plus for around ~$37000 base price or even lesser.

    The dealets will try to scare you but don't listen to them. They have to get rid of the 2012 models since the 2013 ones are coming in soon.
  • srvemsrvem Posts: 1
    I want to buy a 2012 2.0 Q5 Premium Plus and also in a time crunch. I appreciate if you let me know where I can replicate your deal.
  • cscamp20cscamp20 Posts: 9
    i dont know about you guys but there's not a lot q5 in stock where i live. IF there then there are added options installed.

    I just received my q5 that i ordered 2 months ago. 2.0T premium with sunroof and heated seats. with taxes and fees all came up to $37800.

    If you can get that premium plus for $38000 that would be a great deal
  • Has anyone placed an order for a 2013 Q5? Was it a factory direct order or an order from your dealerships expected allotment? What did they mention for an expected delivery date? Do the dealers actually have an MSRP for the base vehicle and options or did you basically put down a deposit down against what the dealership expects to receive? Did anyone take advantage of the supplier purchase program 6% off MSRP on a 2013? Any limitations on its use against a 2013? Any additional discounts received for a factory order?

    Sorry for the long list of questions, but all responses to any of the questions would be appreciated.
  • cscamp20cscamp20 Posts: 9
    Eventhough 2013 has been announced, There is no pricing on the 2013 Q5 yet so i doubt you'll be able to order one.
  • thomatlthomatl Posts: 7
    I'm preparing to begin negotiations on a new 2012 Q5 3.2 Prestige with Luxury Pkg. MSRP $53750. Two local dealers (Atlanta) have said firmly that Q5s sell at MSRP. I bristle at statements like that, especially this late in the model year. They have very little Q5 inventory, so is MSRP the norm?

    Both dealers confirmed that the 2013s will ditch the 3.2/6-speed auto for the 3.0T/8-speed. They also said 2013 pricing has not been announced and Audi is not yet taking orders.

    I'm torn between 2012 and 2013 - I'm okay with the 2012, but if these darned things really do sell at MSRP, might as well wait for the 2013 and get the newer enging and tranny. Of course, the 2013 MSRP may jump. What do you experts say???
  • sbornosborno Posts: 9
    edited May 2012
    Here's the thing..., You will be able to get a good deal on the 2012, once the 2013 start to come on. There is plenty of 2012 inventory, and it is a good vehicle. That being said, I've always thought the q5 to be underpowered.

    It really comes down to your time frame, and power requirements. A bit of a trade of, cause you will pay much closer to msrp on a 2013, but i don't see msrp changing that much. I want to see the new q7. That should be very interesting!!
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