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Which Audi A6 would you buy??

cardosojcardosoj Member Posts: 6
edited July 2014 in Audi

So I have negotiated two deals and wondering which is the better value?

First:

2012 Audi A6 Premium Plus with only 14,000 miles for $40,500 and it's a CPO.

Second:

2013 Audi A6 Presitge with 18,500 miles for $44,500 and also CPO.

Is the extra $4k worth the Presitge and newer year? The 2012 has less miles, but not sure which way to go. I obviously like the 2013, but it is $4k more.

Any advice\opinions is greatly appreciated!

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    cardosojcardosoj Member Posts: 6

    Anyone?

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    Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Member Posts: 64,481

    Hard to price these without knowing all the options, which engine, whether FWD or AWD, etc. Based on them being FWD, they both seem rather overpriced. The CPO adds 2 years warranty so that gives an edge to the 2013 but whether you want all the gadgetry of the Prestige package and whether you will use it, is a rather subjective opinion.

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    cardosojcardosoj Member Posts: 6

    They are both AWD

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    cardosojcardosoj Member Posts: 6

    Cold Weather Package (Heated Steering Wheel) quattro Black w/Leather Seating Surfaces AUDI CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED 4-Zone Climate Control ABS brakes Alloy wheels Audi Parking System Plus w/Rearview Camera Audi Side Assist Electronic Stability Control Front dual zone A/C Front Seat Ventilation Heated Auto-Dimming Exterior Mirrors Heated door mirrors Heated front seats Illuminated entry Low tire pressure warning Power Heated Front Seats Power moonroof Prestige Package Remote keyless entry and Traction control.

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    Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Member Posts: 64,481

    Still don't know enough. Which engine on the 2013.

    The 2012 seems about $1500 too rich.

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    cardosojcardosoj Member Posts: 6

    Sorry, both are 3.0 engines

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    Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Member Posts: 64,481
    edited July 2014

    Well in terms of price, warranty, etc, seems like the 2013 is a somewhat better deal, although I'd like to see you buy the car at $43,000 or less. While the 2012 is cheaper, I personally don't see that car at much over $36K, since I'm not sure the CPO is worth THAT much. I dunno, how important is that "lane assist" gadgetry to you on the 2013? Maybe you should try it out and see how it works. I have heard that some of these "driver interference" devices can be annoying.

    These comments by the way, presume the cars to be pristine--as new.

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    cardosojcardosoj Member Posts: 6

    Thanks! I feel the same way. I've been working the deal for a while and cargurus.com has it listed as great deal.

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