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2014 Audi A6 Lease Questions

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  • I am looking at Audi A6 2.0T Quattro with Includes Cold Weather Package, Style Package for 36 mo/12k year (current Audi owner) whats the going MF and Residual? What can I expect as my payments ($0 down)?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,179

    @alwaysarookie said: I am looking at Audi A6 2.0T Quattro with Includes Cold Weather Package, Style Package for 36 mo/12k year (current Audi owner) whats the going MF and Residual? What can I expect as my payments ($0 down)?

    .00007 MF and 55% residual.

    To calculate a payment, we need an MSRP and a projected selling price.

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  • bulljacl53bulljacl53 Posts: 2

    Hello, I'm looking at 2 Audis and was wondering if you could help with the MF, Resid and possible payment. A6 3.0T Prestige MSRP $64,895. Sell price $60,500, plus $1,500 incentive. A6 3.0T PRemium Plus MSRP $58,095. Sell price $53,795, plus $1,500 incentive.

    Both 36 month lease with 12,000 miles, with $2,500 and $5,000 down.

    Not to knowledgeable with leasing and how it is all determined.

    Thank you.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 5,654

    @bulljacl53 said: Hello, I'm looking at 2 Audis and was wondering if you could help with the MF, Resid and possible payment. A6 3.0T Prestige MSRP $64,895. Sell price $60,500, plus $1,500 incentive. A6 3.0T PRemium Plus MSRP $58,095. Sell price $53,795, plus $1,500 incentive.

    Both 36 month lease with 12,000 miles, with $2,500 and $5,000 down.

    Not to knowledgeable with leasing and how it is all determined.

    Thank you.

    First, it's not ever a good idea to put money down on a lease; if the vehicle is stolen or totaled, you are out that money. Multiple Security Deposits can be used to reduce the MF, but you'll get your money back at the end of the lease.

    A6 3.0T Prestige - .00011 and 50%. Using your numbers, I get a pre-tax payment of $747.63

    A6 3.0T Premium Plus - .00011 and 54%. Pre-tax payment of $590.42.

    Which state are you in?

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  • bulljacl53bulljacl53 Posts: 2

    North Carolina. Thanks for the info and advice.

  • mcollins34mcollins34 Posts: 11

    can you please help me with the current money factor and residual for a 2014 A6 3.0TSI Prestige 10k mile. my credit score is 790.

  • mcollins34mcollins34 Posts: 11

    sorry looks like someone already answered the same question above.

  • mcollins34mcollins34 Posts: 11

    sorry knew to the forum so sorry for cluttering. my lease is a little different than the one above as mine is for 10k, still would appreciate an answer. also was the money factor on the above question really that low as it is equuivalent to 0.24% interest rate

  • Sorry! The MSRP is $48,595 and selling is $46165

    @alwaysarookie said: I am looking at Audi A6 2.0T Quattro with Includes Cold Weather Package, Style Package for 36 mo/12k year (current Audi owner) whats the going MF and Residual? What can I expect as my payments ($0 down)?

    .00007 MF and 55% residual.

    To calculate a payment, we need an MSRP and a projected selling price.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,179

    @mcollins34 said: sorry knew to the forum so sorry for cluttering. my lease is a little different than the one above as mine is for 10k, still would appreciate an answer. also was the money factor on the above question really that low as it is equuivalent to 0.24% interest rate

    Yes... it's actually .00011 MF (three zeroes). The residual for 36mo, 10K/yr on the 3.0T Prestige is 51%. The Premium+ residual is 4% higher.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,179

    @alwaysarookie said: Sorry! The MSRP is $48,595 and selling is $46165

    alwaysarookie said: I am looking at Audi A6 2.0T Quattro with Includes Cold Weather Package, Style Package for 36 mo/12k year (current Audi owner) whats the going MF and Residual? What can I expect as my payments ($0 down)?

    .00007 MF and 55% residual.

    To calculate a payment, we need an MSRP and a projected selling price.

    With those parameters, the monthly payment is $545/mo, plus tax.

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  • fdezarrafdezarra Posts: 16
    Ok. Sorry. New to this and not a numbers guy. I currently have a 2011 A6 and am looking to renew. Looking to get into a 2014 A6 2.0T FWD car with prem plus package, rear power shades, and rear airbags. MSRP is 49,145. Invoice is 45,771. Looking to get a 36 month 10 or 12K lease. Have lot loyalty incentive.

    I'm just starting to put the pieces of the puzzle together but I see lots of people asking for (what I think is) the same information even on the same day. Do the residuals change that often? Does the money factor?

    For a complete newbie like me, can anyone help with all the numbers in 1 package? What would be a good purchase price on that car? And what is the residual on that car at 10 and 12K per year? With Audi care?

    Finally, what is the money factor on the car?

    Taking all of those pieces should generate a hypothetical monthly payment, correct?

    Thanks to all. Apologies if this has been explained before but just trying to connect all of the dots.

    Thanks in advance.
  • fdezarrafdezarra Posts: 16
    Oh, and I'm in Florida.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 5,654

    @fdezarra said: Ok. Sorry. New to this and not a numbers guy. I currently have a 2011 A6 and am looking to renew. Looking to get into a 2014 A6 2.0T FWD car with prem plus package, rear power shades, and rear airbags. MSRP is 49,145. Invoice is 45,771. Looking to get a 36 month 10 or 12K lease. Have lot loyalty incentive.
    I'm just starting to put the pieces of the puzzle together but I see lots of people asking for (what I think is) the same information even on the same day. Do the residuals change that often? Does the money factor?
    For a complete newbie like me, can anyone help with all the numbers in 1 package? What would be a good purchase price on that car? And what is the residual on that car at 10 and 12K per year? With Audi care?
    Finally, what is the money factor on the car?

    Taking all of those pieces should generate a hypothetical monthly payment, correct?
    Thanks to all. Apologies if this has been explained before but just trying to connect all of the dots.
    Thanks in advance.

    A few observations ... money factor and residual can change monthly. The reason there are different numbers for the same car are due to the trim levels (premium plus vs. prestige, Quattro vs. FWD), the length of the lease and the miles per year.

    In your case, the MF for an A6 Premium Plus FWD is .00018 and the residual is either 52% (12K) or 53% (10K). Adding AudiCare adds 1% to each of those numbers.

    Sadly, I'm not in the market for an A6, so I don't have any information on transaction prices. There may be some information in the "A6 Prices Paid" discussion or you can use the shopping tools here at Edmunds to figure out a decent price.

    Once you have all of that, you should be able to calculate a monthly payment - we can help if you need it.

    Best of luck!

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  • fdezarrafdezarra Posts: 16
    Thanks so much. This helps a ton.
  • walzholzwalzholz Posts: 9

    Looking at 2014 A6 2.0 premium plus. What are the residual and money factors for 36 and 42 month leases with 15k/yr with audi car? How much of a discount can I get off MSRP? Are there any other incentives?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,179

    @walzholz said: Looking at 2014 A6 2.0 premium plus. What are the residual and money factors for 36 and 42 month leases with 15k/yr with audi car? How much of a discount can I get off MSRP? Are there any other incentives?

    FWD or Quattro?

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 5,654

    @walzholz said: Looking at 2014 A6 2.0 premium plus. What are the residual and money factors for 36 and 42 month leases with 15k/yr with audi car? How much of a discount can I get off MSRP? Are there any other incentives?

    Quattro 36/15 - .00007 & 54%

    Quattro 42/15 - .00027 & 50%

    Both have 1% added for Audi Care.

    Don't know the A6 market, so cannot comment on discounts or incentives.

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  • a6otwa6otw Posts: 5
    edited April 11

    What is the April MF and residual (with Audi Care) for a 2014 A6 3.0T Prestige? 15,000 miles/yr. Can I expect push-back from dealer regarding your quotes? Is there a way to validate them? Thanks

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    @a6otw said: What is the April MF and residual (with Audi Care) for a 2014 A6 3.0T Prestige? 15,000 miles/yr. Can I expect push-back from dealer regarding your quotes? Is there a way to validate them? Thanks

    MF is .00011 for leases up to 36 months; .00031 for anything longer

    Residual value is 49% with AudiCare.

    Residual value is not negotiable; MF can be marked up by the dealer, so watch for that when negotiating your deal.

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  • bozzy99bozzy99 Posts: 4
    edited April 15

    Considering a 36 mo lease on a 2014 A6, 2.0T AWD, Premium Plus. Mass. sales tax of 5.5%
    I am eligible for "conquest cash" (current Acura owner) of $1500 and the "supplier discount" (through my employer) for 6% off MSRP. Not sure if there is any negotiating possible below that or if that value is set in stone.
    What kind of leasing deal can I expect? Thanks, Jason

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 5,654

    @bozzy99 said: Considering a 36 mo lease on a 2014 A6, 2.0T AWD, Premium Plus. Mass. sales tax of 5.5%
    I am eligible for "conquest cash" (current Acura owner) of $1500 and the "supplier discount" (through my employer) for 6% off MSRP. Not sure if there is any negotiating possible below that or if that value is set in stone.
    What kind of leasing deal can I expect? Thanks, Jason

    How many miles per year? What is the MSRP?

    I don't think you'll be able to do any better on the price ... the supplier discount is about as good as it gets.

    MF is .00039, BTW.

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  • bozzy99bozzy99 Posts: 4

    Sorry, knew I was going to forget something! 10,000 miles/year. $51,450 MSRP.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 5,654

    @bozzy99 said: Sorry, knew I was going to forget something! 10,000 miles/year. $51,450 MSRP.

    Residual is 56%. Using your numbers (6% off MSRP as selling price), I get a pre-tax payment of $573.18.

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  • Hi , I am getting this lease deal. Please let me know if it looks good ? A6 2.0 FWD drive , 19" sports package, Bose Sound , Side Assist, 12K/year for 36 months. MSRP: 50,850 DownPayment: $4500 35 payments of $555 (including tax)

  • bozzy99bozzy99 Posts: 4

    @Michaell@Edmunds said: Residual is 56%. Using your numbers (6% off MSRP as selling price), I get a pre-tax payment of $573.18.

    Thanks. - Jason

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 5,654

    @dreamsankur said: Hi , I am getting this lease deal. Please let me know if it looks good ? A6 2.0 FWD drive , 19" sports package, Bose Sound , Side Assist, 12K/year for 36 months. MSRP: 50,850 DownPayment: $4500 35 payments of $555 (including tax)

    What is the selling price?

    It's not a good idea to put money down to reduce the payment. If the car is stolen or totaled, you are out that money. Instead, you should make multiple security deposits (MSD) to reduce the money factor and your payment. As a bonus, you will get that money back at the end of the lease.

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  • fdezarrafdezarra Posts: 16

    Ok. So I have some more time under my belt now and am a little more saavy.

    I am looking for a A6 2.0T FWD in moonlight blue with premium plus package. Thats it. MSRP on this car including destination charge is $48,795.00

    If I understand correctly, the residual on this car for the month of April is 52% at 12K miles/year and 53% at 10K miles/year. Adding Audi Care adds 1% to each of these residuals, making it 53 and 54% respectively.

    The money factor for this car for April is 0.00018.

    Is this about right? Incidentally, how much is AudiCare?

    And finally, anyone know how much I should expect to get off the MSRP? $2500 is what most dealers have been willing to offer without any negotiation. In addition, I have the Audi loyalty $1500.00 incentive.

    So, in summary, is my understanding correct? Are my numbers right? How much is AudiCare? And does anyone know how much over and above the 4K I am easily able to obtain off the MSRP is realistic?

    Thanks so much. This forum has been invaluable and extremely educational.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,179

    @fdezarra said: Ok. So I have some more time under my belt now and am a little more saavy.

    I am looking for a A6 2.0T FWD in moonlight blue with premium plus package. Thats it. MSRP on this car including destination charge is $48,795.00

    If I understand correctly, the residual on this car for the month of April is 52% at 12K miles/year and 53% at 10K miles/year. Adding Audi Care adds 1% to each of these residuals, making it 53 and 54% respectively.

    The money factor for this car for April is 0.00018.

    Is this about right? Incidentally, how much is AudiCare?

    And finally, anyone know how much I should expect to get off the MSRP? $2500 is what most dealers have been willing to offer without any negotiation. In addition, I have the Audi loyalty $1500.00 incentive.

    So, in summary, is my understanding correct? Are my numbers right? How much is AudiCare? And does anyone know how much over and above the 4K I am easily able to obtain off the MSRP is realistic?

    Thanks so much. This forum has been invaluable and extremely educational.

    The numbers are a little different..

    .00015 MF and 53%/54% residual... .with AudiCare adding 1% to that to make 54%/55% for 36mo, 12K/10K per year. AudiCare is $860 on this model.

    Most buyers report around 6% off MSRP, at the best.. you aren't far off that..

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