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2013 and Earlier - Audi A4 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • s0l0s0l0 Posts: 39
    So basically you got $4k off the MSRP? Were there any other dealer prep, etc fees on top of the price you got or were they all included in the price?
  • adikaadika Posts: 6
    I'm planning to buy A4-2009.I'm in NJ. Can somebody tell me what would be good price and when new A4-2010 coming in dealership?
  • pandauspandaus Posts: 2
    my friend got a offer

    north Cal.

    2009 A4 2.0T prestige Model with Nav, drive select, sunshade,
    white, beige w/ wood.

    the dealer offer 47700 OTD with audi care.

    can anyone tell is it a good deal?

  • saga112saga112 Posts: 5
    2009 Audi A4 2.0 with prestige and nav. MSRP with destination - 43325, bought for 39642 + tax and fees.

    This is in southern california.
  • dino11dino11 Posts: 32
    41250 MSRP - 37203 cap cost = 4,047 off of MSRP. 750 of the 4047 was for loyalty points. (I had a current A4 on lease that I was turning in.)

    There were no fees on top of the price. I will be paying 479/mo for 36 month, 12k/yr lease with Audi care thrown in. At drive away, I paid NJ tax on the depreciated amount, 1st month of 479, 625 bank fee, tire tax, 199 doc fee and 262.50 for 3 yr NJ registration. dealer also paid me a check for the last 2 months paymnts on my current lease when I turned in my car early. There was 2 months to go. I continue to pay the lease until expiration with dealer's money.
  • kehongkehong Posts: 5
    Bought mine yesterday.

    2009 A4 2.0T Quattro w/ Preminum Plus.

    38350 MSRP. 35500 purchase. Inc Audi care, dealer tint and wheel lock. 2.9% @ 48 months.

    Looking forward to my first venture into German car driving experience.
  • pancho4pancho4 Posts: 1
    Sounds like a good deal. I am in market for same model. What dealership?
  • kehongkehong Posts: 5
    Boardwalk Audi in Plano, Tx
  • Hey all,

    I've recently purchased an 2009 Audi A4 with PremiumPlus package. In general, I absolutely love my car. However, I found what I consider a minor issue and it somewhat bothers me. Wanted to know if you are experiencing the same with your Audi A4 2009.

    Here's the issue: when I approach a stop sign or traffic light and stop completely (fully press on the brake pedal) then it feels fine except the feeling of being jerked a bit b/c I stop too fast. When I slow down about 98% and let the car rolls until it completely stops then I will get something I called "hiccups" (not sure if this is the best way to describe it but it similar to what you would experience when driving manual trans and your clutch and gas aren't in sync. make sense).

    The issue isn't so obvious but I know it's there. It seems as if the transmision is confusing on whether it should be in d2, d1, or whatever when slowing down.

    Question...any of you experience this with your 2009 Audi A4?

    I am going to make a trip to my dealer but wanted to see what you guys have to say. Thanks.

  • dino11dino11 Posts: 32
    i do not have the symptoms you describe.
  • Hello Dino11,

    I am going to be leasing a the new 2009 A4. My Audi dealership is in Jersey and I wanted to use this example as a starting point for negotiations. I was hoping that you can tell me the name and any other information pertaining to where you got this lease deal.

    I am also returning my Audi A4 to them and was wondering if there is anything I can get out of them for this as well.

    If anybody else recently leased an Audi A4 in the North Eastern region of the United States, please post any information available on the deal you received.
  • dino11dino11 Posts: 32
    DCH Audi - Andrew
    2 months of lease payment were paid to me by check. I returned car 2 months early.

    I suggest you give DCH a try.. You might also try Bell Audi but I did not do nearly as well pricewise.

    For the routine service work, I take my car into a local Audi dealer - never had a problem refusing to work on my car.
  • slcbuyerslcbuyer Posts: 4
    Hi all,

    Thanks so much for posting all your comments and experiences here, it really helps a newbie like me help make up my mind better. I have been following Dino's post, and have some questions about what I should pay for my A4, prem plus, with Nav, Ibis white color.

    I am in Salt Lake City, and have come to a price of 37000 for the car. Please help me out, and let me know if this is a good deal. I asked the dealer about audicare, he isint including that, no exhaust tips either, 2.9% financing for 60 months+ TTL.

    Any comments?
  • dino11dino11 Posts: 32
    the car you describe is the same as what i ordered- prem plus, NAV except that it is missing the "wood" and the metallic paint (silver ice) I got. Ibis white isnot a metallic paint. So, take my capitalized cost of 37203 and subtract the cost of metallic paint ($443) and wood ($373) =36,387. The prices for metallic piant and wood ( both invoice) are from Edmunds. I got Audi care thrown in but realzie that it is only for 3 years/36miles. The 5k service is always free so i got a 15k, 25k and 35k service. If you buy the car there will be additional services thrown in with Audi care. You will have to take a guesstimate on this. Now check out for differences in dealer incentives for purchasing versus leasing. I believe the push from Audi is for folks to buy rather than lease. With leasing, they or the dealer gets the car back at the end of the lease and has to resell. Good luck!
  • slcbuyerslcbuyer Posts: 4
    Thanks a lot! The dealer says that he won't go lower than 37K, so I will try to bargain with him, if not, just drop it. I am buying the car, as you said, so can I expect further price negotiations in that?
  • dino11dino11 Posts: 32
    its always a horse trade. bottom line is there another convenient audi dealer? do you really want an audi? if so, dats all there is.

    as far as negotiations go, you strike a price, and that's it. And, you are miles away from me. the offer i got was in New Jersey and you are in Salt Lake UUUUUUUUtah.. The land of powder snow. Promontory Point. Thiokol - in the middle of nowhere for good reason.

    Would you come to new Jersey to save a couple of hundred bucks and drive the car back? So, look for the best deal in your area and enjoy your new car.
  • I'm about to purchase a 2008 Audi A4 2.0 Tiptronic Quattro Sedan, with prem pkg, convenience pkg, audio pkg, audi navigation, blue tooth and heated front seats.

    How much should I offer? I was thinking around 30k since its a 2008.
  • kinctkinct Posts: 59
    I did something similar back in July/August - I bought an 07, 6MT, 2.0T. I paid 30 for it, similar except no Navigation. I paid 30k. I think it had around 14 miles on the odometer (1-2 test drives). Very happy so far. I keep my cars until they no longer run, so I was not worried with the fact it was an 07.

    Definitely be aggressive on the pricing. I think if you get it for 30k you are doing well (considering nav is $$$).
  • Thanks Kinct. Yea, I did all my research and the fully loaded 2008 A4 is a great buy at 30k. I just test drove it yesterday, and its awesome....but does not drive as well as the new 09. I was all set with buying the 08, but now that I know how the 2009 A4 feels, I want to purchase it. However, I won't be able to spend $40k on a fully loaded A4 2.0T quattro, I'd only get the premium plus package.

    What would you guys do? 1) Get an 08 car that is fully loaded or 2) 2009 not as loaded but drives better and a little more expensive? 3) Wait a couple more months until the 09 models have more incentives?

    I'll also drive this car until it no longer runs.
  • paminpamin Posts: 9
    Received a quote of 33825. i believe MSRP is 37875. thoughts?
  • dino11dino11 Posts: 32
    do the math. cars are going for less than invoice. look at the edmunds invoice. to this number add about $400 for port fee=1/2% of msrp and advertising (195). Right now there is a 750 cash back program if you lease and 1500 cash back if you buy. So if the price now is normally around invoice, you should be 750 or 1500 below that.
  • s0l0s0l0 Posts: 39
    The cash back is only for the current Audi owners, correct?
  • laurieylauriey Posts: 1
    DCH was the worst dealership I've even gone to. I was totally ignored by salepeople, insulted("bring your husband back when you're ready to buy"), handed the keys and a license plate and told to go test drive(no info about the car).

    I bought an A4 Premium plus from Flemington Audi, who were great to deal with.
  • waygrabowwaygrabow Posts: 214
    I can imagine how angry you were ("bring your husband"). Like waving a red flag. I can still remember when I bought a car by myself at age 22; one dealership wanted to know if my parents were co-signing. Didn't take me seriously. I was just out of the service after two tours in Vietnam. Didn't like being treated like a kid; didn't go back there; and paid cash at another dealership.

    Great car, isn't it.
  • newa4guynewa4guy Posts: 1
    I've had my new A4 two weeks and I thought the brakes just needed breaking (no pun intended) in. It's driving me crazin. I attempt a gentle stop and the car jerks. It happens when it goes from D2 to D1.

    I haven't contacted the dealer about it yet because I'm guessing that's it just an attribute to the transmission.

    Will you let me know what you hear?

    Thanks for confirming that I'm not alone with this situation.
  • paminpamin Posts: 9
    Ended up getting mine yesterday for 33,500. Very happy with the car and the price.
  • slcbuyerslcbuyer Posts: 4
    Hi Pamin,

    what package did you get with your car for $33500?
  • paminpamin Posts: 9
    Just the premium plus, no other packages. I got them to throw in the all weather mats as well.
  • slcbuyerslcbuyer Posts: 4
    That's a great deal, could you tell me where you brought it from? I am in Salt lake city, but the dealers here are horrible, to the point where they call their customers cheap if one tries to negotiate with them.
  • paminpamin Posts: 9
    jack daniels motors in fair lawn, nj
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