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2015 Audi A4 Lease Questions

chad75chad75 Posts: 58
edited February 2015 in Audi
Can you provide lease factors for 2015 Audi A4 premium Quattro (manual and automatic, if different) in southwest Florida (ZIP 33901) for 7,500/36 months and 10,000/36 months? Thank you!

Local SWFL Audi dealerships offering the following special for 2015 Audi A4 premium Quattro with automatic & heated seats, MSRP $37,825: 2015 Audi A4 2.0T quattro Premium Special Lease: $339 a month*, 36 months, With $0 Security Deposit, $2,795 Down Payment & $695 Acquisition Fee, $339 per month for 36 months, $3,829 cash due at signing.

Would like to see if I can negotiate the lease down by factoring in manual instead of automatic, and 7,500/yr instead of 10,000. Appreciate the help with lease factors!
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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    chad75 said:

    Can you provide lease factors for 2015 Audi A4 premium Quattro (manual and automatic, if different) in southwest Florida (ZIP 33901) for 7,500/36 months and 10,000/36 months? Thank you!

    Local SWFL Audi dealerships offering the following special for 2015 Audi A4 premium Quattro with automatic & heated seats, MSRP $37,825: 2015 Audi A4 2.0T quattro Premium Special Lease: $339 a month*, 36 months, With $0 Security Deposit, $2,795 Down Payment & $695 Acquisition Fee, $339 per month for 36 months, $3,829 cash due at signing.

    Would like to see if I can negotiate the lease down by factoring in manual instead of automatic, and 7,500/yr instead of 10,000. Appreciate the help with lease factors!

    No difference in the lease numbers for either transmission.

    .00029 and 55% for 36/10. Add 1% for 7500 miles per year.

    You should be able to do better than the regional lease deal if you negotiate wisely - should be able to get 5-7% off sticker. And, we don't recommend putting any money down on a lease. If the car is stolen or totaled, you lose that money.

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  • chad75chad75 Posts: 58
    Michaell, thank you for the lease factors! And, no, I never put money down on a lease... except for the acquisition fee... I've once been told the money factor increases if the acquisition fee is rolled into the lease payments instead of paid up front. Not sure if this is true or not!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    chad75 said:

    Michaell, thank you for the lease factors! And, no, I never put money down on a lease... except for the acquisition fee... I've once been told the money factor increases if the acquisition fee is rolled into the lease payments instead of paid up front. Not sure if this is true or not!

    Yes, it is usually true that there is a bump in the MF if you "waive" the acquisition fee

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  • kbad81kbad81 Posts: 20
    What is the current money factor and residual on a A4 Premium Plus 36/10 vs 36/12, the zip code is 28602
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    kbad81 said:

    What is the current money factor and residual on a A4 Premium Plus 36/10 vs 36/12, the zip code is 28602

    Quattro?

    .00029 and 52% / 53%

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  • kbad81kbad81 Posts: 20
    The residual should be based on the msrp correct? If I am looking at a car that stickers for $40,230 on a 36/10 with a 53% residual the figure should be $20919.60? I cant get the number to work out using the calculator...


  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    kbad81 said:

    The residual should be based on the msrp correct? If I am looking at a car that stickers for $40,230 on a 36/10 with a 53% residual the figure should be $20919.60? I cant get the number to work out using the calculator...


    Yes, residual is based on MSRP plus destination ... the bottom line of the window sticker.

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  • kbad81kbad81 Posts: 20
    Here is the quote I got total cap cost of $36,638.33 before a $1750.00 rebate brings it down to $34888.33. I was told by the dealer the residual for 36/12 was 53% or $21001.25 (MSRP $59625) and the MF being used was .00030.

    When I input this into the lease calculator I get a payment of $415, the dealer is telling me the payment is $476. Am I using the calculator incorrectly?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    kbad81 said:

    Here is the quote I got total cap cost of $36,638.33 before a $1750.00 rebate brings it down to $34888.33. I was told by the dealer the residual for 36/12 was 53% or $21001.25 (MSRP $59625) and the MF being used was .00030.

    When I input this into the lease calculator I get a payment of $415, the dealer is telling me the payment is $476. Am I using the calculator incorrectly?

    Is there a typo in your numbers? Your cap cost is $25,000 less than the MSRP?

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  • kbad81kbad81 Posts: 20
    LOL sorry, the msrp is 39625.
  • kbad81kbad81 Posts: 20
    Okay here is the latest quote on a 2015 A4 quattro 36\12

    Total selling price of the vehicle pre-tax is 39576.47 (MSRP 44300). This include everything other than the $695 acq fee.

    With 0 out of pocket I am being quoted $562 per month taxes included, tax in NC is 3% of selling price which is $38705 so tax is $1161.15. Using the calculator I get a payment of $546. Does this math seem correct?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,789
    kbad81 said:

    Okay here is the latest quote on a 2015 A4 quattro 36\12

    Total selling price of the vehicle pre-tax is 39576.47 (MSRP 44300). This include everything other than the $695 acq fee.

    With 0 out of pocket I am being quoted $562 per month taxes included, tax in NC is 3% of selling price which is $38705 so tax is $1161.15. Using the calculator I get a payment of $546. Does this math seem correct?


    A4 2.0T Quattro Premium Plus, right?

    .00029 MF and 52% residual.

    Adding in the acq.fee, tax and 1st payment ($0 out of pocket), I get $546/mo.

    Might be missing a few hundred dollars for title/registration or dealer fees..

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  • Would you mind telling me what is the current money factor and residual on a A4 Premium Plus Quattro with automatic for 36/12 vs 36/15, the zip code is 10603?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    buy_a_car said:

    Would you mind telling me what is the current money factor and residual on a A4 Premium Plus Quattro with automatic for 36/12 vs 36/15, the zip code is 10603?

    36/15 - .00029 and 50%. Add 2% for 12K

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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 26,264
    If you are considering an A4 with manual transmission then you may want to know this. Our 2012 A4 had the clutch go at 10k miles. Audi claims it is a wear and tear item, cost to repair was $2300 (Cdn).

    The dealer realized this was ridiculous and discounted parts 50% and labor 10% to make the bill $1600.

    After writing to the president of Audi Canada they offered $500 if I wouldn't take them to small claims court or arbitration.

    I took it to bring the bill down to $1100, because I don't want to fill out forms or spend the time preparing my case.

    Lots of mechanics told me it is almost impossible to wear out a clutch in 10k miles...it should last 150k miles.

    My wife has driven 100000 miles in manual transmission cars with no problems. Was it the car or wear and tear?

    We love driving the car, it is the most fun car you can possibly drive. We'll keep it until the warranty is over in 2 more years, but then doubtful if we will ever buy another Audi/VW product.

    Just something to think about. ;)

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,789
    driver100 said:

    If you are considering an A4 with manual transmission then you may want to know this. Our 2012 A4 had the clutch go at 10k miles. Audi claims it is a wear and tear item, cost to repair was $2300 (Cdn).

    The dealer realized this was ridiculous and discounted parts 50% and labor 10% to make the bill $1600.

    After writing to the president of Audi Canada they offered $500 if I wouldn't take them to small claims court or arbitration.

    I took it to bring the bill down to $1100, because I don't want to fill out forms or spend the time preparing my case.

    Lots of mechanics told me it is almost impossible to wear out a clutch in 10k miles...it should last 150k miles.

    My wife has driven 100000 miles in manual transmission cars with no problems. Was it the car or wear and tear?

    We love driving the car, it is the most fun car you can possibly drive. We'll keep it until the warranty is over in 2 more years, but then doubtful if we will ever buy another Audi/VW product.

    Just something to think about. ;)


    Yeah.. that's really BS... Unless you were teaching a teenager to drive... shewww...

    My son's friend burned up a clutch in 2000 miles... But, he was 16 years old and it was a new Camaro.. :p

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  • driver100driver100 Burlington, ON 7 mo/Tampa FL 5 moPosts: 26,264
    kyfdx said:

    driver100 said:

    If you are considering an A4 with manual transmission then you may want to know this. Our 2012 A4 had the clutch go at 10k miles. Audi claims it is a wear and tear item, cost to repair was $2300 (Cdn).

    The dealer realized this was ridiculous and discounted parts 50% and labor 10% to make the bill $1600.

    After writing to the president of Audi Canada they offered $500 if I wouldn't take them to small claims court or arbitration.

    I took it to bring the bill down to $1100, because I don't want to fill out forms or spend the time preparing my case.

    Lots of mechanics told me it is almost impossible to wear out a clutch in 10k miles...it should last 150k miles.

    My wife has driven 100000 miles in manual transmission cars with no problems. Was it the car or wear and tear?

    We love driving the car, it is the most fun car you can possibly drive. We'll keep it until the warranty is over in 2 more years, but then doubtful if we will ever buy another Audi/VW product.

    Just something to think about. ;)


    Yeah.. that's really BS... Unless you were teaching a teenager to drive... shewww...

    My son's friend burned up a clutch in 2000 miles... But, he was 16 years old and it was a new Camaro.. :p
    I am sure I would have won if I took it to arbitration. But, it would have cost me a lot of time and I would have had to fill out forms and get witnesses etc., plus be their at their convenience.

    I have to look at it as a $300 a year premium to drive a nice driving machine, if nothing else goes wrong that they can blame me for over the next 2 years.

    From what I have been told by experts, it would almost be impossible to blow out a clutch in 10k miles unless you were totally incompetent, so that 16 year old kid deserves some kind of prize. That kid should only be driving an automatic!

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  • I'm wondering what's the residual and MF on a A4 premium and p+ at 36/12k and 36/10k. Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352

    I'm wondering what's the residual and MF on a A4 premium and p+ at 36/12k and 36/10k. Thanks

    Quattro?

    .00029 and 54% for 36/12 on the Premium.

    Add 1% for 10K

    Subtract 2% for Premium Plus

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  • ritg19ritg19 Posts: 4
    Hi, do you have the 36/10 and 36/12 MF and Residual on an A4 premium plus RWD and Quattro? Also, are there any lease incentives/rebates going on? Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    ritg19 said:

    Hi, do you have the 36/10 and 36/12 MF and Residual on an A4 premium plus RWD and Quattro? Also, are there any lease incentives/rebates going on? Thanks!

    36/12 numbers:

    FWD - .00004 and 50%

    Quattro - .00038 and 51%

    Add 1% for 10K.

    No lease incentives that I see.

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  • jjstapjjstap Posts: 8
    What's money factor and residual for premium quattro 10kyr?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    jjstap said:

    What's money factor and residual for premium quattro 10kyr?

    2.0T Quattro Premium 36/10 - .00038 and 54%

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  • nobienobie Posts: 21
    Michaell said:

    jjstap said:

    What's money factor and residual for premium quattro 10kyr?

    2.0T Quattro Premium 36/10 - .00038 and 54%
    and for 36/12

    Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,789
    nobie said:

    Michaell said:

    jjstap said:

    What's money factor and residual for premium quattro 10kyr?

    2.0T Quattro Premium 36/10 - .00038 and 54%
    and for 36/12

    Thanks
    Subtract 1% to go from 10K/yr to 12K/yr

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  • nobienobie Posts: 21
    Ok thanks- trying to do research. Will post final deal once i decide.
  • nobienobie Posts: 21
    Can you help me figure out if this deal is correct
    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro Prem,
    MSRP 40,300
    Cap Cost 35,230,83
    36/12
    0 down, tax upfront NY
    payment $410- Good?

    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    nobie said:

    Can you help me figure out if this deal is correct
    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro Prem,
    MSRP 40,300
    Cap Cost 35,230,83
    36/12
    0 down, tax upfront NY
    payment $410- Good?

    Thanks

    I'm getting $407/mo, so pretty close to your quote.

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  • sarat931sarat931 Posts: 15
    Hi,

    Can I know the Numbers (MF,Residual) for AUDI A4 Prem Plus AWD with 36/12K Zipcode is 02864 ?

    Thanks.
    SP
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    sarat931 said:

    Hi,

    Can I know the Numbers (MF,Residual) for AUDI A4 Prem Plus AWD with 36/12K Zipcode is 02864 ?

    Thanks.
    SP

    .00038 and 51%

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  • markky1markky1 Posts: 17
    Hi

    Can I know the (MF and RV) for audi A4 Prem Plus AWD with 36/10K Zipcode is 92606?


    Thanks.
  • markky1markky1 Posts: 17
    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Plus (Tiptronic) Sedan
    Technology Package
    Premium Plus Package
    MSRP $43,780

    How much monthly payment for this car is a good deal for leasing with 36/10K, zipcode 92606? 0 down.
  • nobienobie Posts: 21
    Michaell said:

    nobie said:

    Can you help me figure out if this deal is correct
    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro Prem,
    MSRP 40,300
    Cap Cost 35,230,83
    36/12
    0 down, tax upfront NY
    payment $410- Good?

    Thanks

    I'm getting $407/mo, so pretty close to your quote.
    Do Audi offer 39 month leases and are the MF and residual the same for 36/12? Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    markky1 said:

    Hi

    Can I know the (MF and RV) for audi A4 Prem Plus AWD with 36/10K Zipcode is 92606?
    Thanks.

    .00038 and 52%
    markky1 said:

    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Plus (Tiptronic) Sedan
    Technology Package
    Premium Plus Package
    MSRP $43,780

    How much monthly payment for this car is a good deal for leasing with 36/10K, zipcode 92606? 0 down.

    What is the cap cost?

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    nobie said:

    Michaell said:

    nobie said:

    Can you help me figure out if this deal is correct
    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro Prem,
    MSRP 40,300
    Cap Cost 35,230,83
    36/12
    0 down, tax upfront NY
    payment $410- Good?

    Thanks

    I'm getting $407/mo, so pretty close to your quote.
    Do Audi offer 39 month leases and are the MF and residual the same for 36/12? Thanks
    39 month leases have a MF that is .0002 higher and a residual that is 2% lower. 36 months is usually the sweet spot for Audi.

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  • markky1markky1 Posts: 17
    Is there a spring cleaning sales event right now?
    How much cap would you think it is a good deal for this one?

    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Plus (Tiptronic) Sedan
    Technology Package
    Premium Plus Package
    MSRP $43,780
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,789
    markky1 said:

    Is there a spring cleaning sales event right now?
    How much cap would you think it is a good deal for this one?

    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Plus (Tiptronic) Sedan
    Technology Package
    Premium Plus Package
    MSRP $43,780

    Use the Make/Model/Year tabs at the top of the page, and Edmunds will give you their TMV.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

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  • sarat931sarat931 Posts: 15
    Got the below deal from the dealer in RI, please let me know if this is a good deal or if there is any scope for a better deal.

    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Plus AWD for 36/12K

    Technology Package - $2900
    Premium Plus Package - $2100
    Bang & Olufsen Sound System - $850.
    Mythos Black Metallic - $550.
    Wheels: 8.0J X 18" 10-Spoke High Gloss Rs Design - $400.
    Dark Brown Walnut Inlays - $350.
    Chrome Grille Strips - $200.

    MSRP $45,910
    Discount 3902
    Rebates : 1500 + First Month (518.44)
    Cap cost : 39,989.56
    Fees down payment.
    Monthly Payment : 518.44

    Thanks in Advance.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    sarat931 said:

    Got the below deal from the dealer in RI, please let me know if this is a good deal or if there is any scope for a better deal.

    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Plus AWD for 36/12K

    Technology Package - $2900
    Premium Plus Package - $2100
    Bang & Olufsen Sound System - $850.
    Mythos Black Metallic - $550.
    Wheels: 8.0J X 18" 10-Spoke High Gloss Rs Design - $400.
    Dark Brown Walnut Inlays - $350.
    Chrome Grille Strips - $200.

    MSRP $45,910
    Discount 3902
    Rebates : 1500 + First Month (518.44)
    Cap cost : 39,989.56
    Fees down payment.
    Monthly Payment : 518.44

    Thanks in Advance.

    I'm showing $484.54/mo before tax - what is the tax rate in RI? Deal looks pretty solid.

    .00038 and 51%, BTW.

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  • sarat931sarat931 Posts: 15
    Michaell said:

    sarat931 said:

    Got the below deal from the dealer in RI, please let me know if this is a good deal or if there is any scope for a better deal.

    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Plus AWD for 36/12K

    Technology Package - $2900
    Premium Plus Package - $2100
    Bang & Olufsen Sound System - $850.
    Mythos Black Metallic - $550.
    Wheels: 8.0J X 18" 10-Spoke High Gloss Rs Design - $400.
    Dark Brown Walnut Inlays - $350.
    Chrome Grille Strips - $200.

    MSRP $45,910
    Discount 3902
    Rebates : 1500 + First Month (518.44)
    Cap cost : 39,989.56
    Fees down payment.
    Monthly Payment : 518.44

    Thanks in Advance.

    I'm showing $484.54/mo before tax - what is the tax rate in RI? Deal looks pretty solid.

    .00038 and 51%, BTW.
    Sales Tax is 7 % in RI
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    sarat931 said:

    Michaell said:

    sarat931 said:

    Got the below deal from the dealer in RI, please let me know if this is a good deal or if there is any scope for a better deal.

    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Plus AWD for 36/12K

    Technology Package - $2900
    Premium Plus Package - $2100
    Bang & Olufsen Sound System - $850.
    Mythos Black Metallic - $550.
    Wheels: 8.0J X 18" 10-Spoke High Gloss Rs Design - $400.
    Dark Brown Walnut Inlays - $350.
    Chrome Grille Strips - $200.

    MSRP $45,910
    Discount 3902
    Rebates : 1500 + First Month (518.44)
    Cap cost : 39,989.56
    Fees down payment.
    Monthly Payment : 518.44

    Thanks in Advance.

    I'm showing $484.54/mo before tax - what is the tax rate in RI? Deal looks pretty solid.

    .00038 and 51%, BTW.
    Sales Tax is 7 % in RI
    Yep - $518.45 with tax. Spot on.

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  • nobienobie Posts: 21
    Michaell said:

    nobie said:

    Michaell said:

    nobie said:

    Can you help me figure out if this deal is correct
    2015 Audi A4 2.0T Quattro Prem,
    MSRP 40,300
    Cap Cost 35,230,83
    36/12
    0 down, tax upfront NY
    payment $410- Good?

    Thanks

    I'm getting $407/mo, so pretty close to your quote.
    Do Audi offer 39 month leases and are the MF and residual the same for 36/12? Thanks
    39 month leases have a MF that is .0002 higher and a residual that is 2% lower. 36 months is usually the sweet spot for Audi.
    Oh- I see big difference I will stick with 36/12. Thanks
  • wc3777wc3777 Posts: 12
    Hi, I was at the dealership today looking to lease an A4 premium FWD in south Florida. MSRP $37,050.
    They are using the base MF of 0.00004 and residual of 54% for 36/7500k.

    I have not negotiated final selling price, but I was thinking if I put around $1000 (nothing else) at signing and if my monthly works out to be about $450/month including tax, is that a good deal on this car? I am not sure how to add the acquisition, tax title fees I know they add up to about 2300-2400 (695 + 798 +...) from what he showed me.

    Would appreciate any help or advice! thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,352
    wc3777 said:

    Hi, I was at the dealership today looking to lease an A4 premium FWD in south Florida. MSRP $37,050.
    They are using the base MF of 0.00004 and residual of 54% for 36/7500k.

    I have not negotiated final selling price, but I was thinking if I put around $1000 (nothing else) at signing and if my monthly works out to be about $450/month including tax, is that a good deal on this car? I am not sure how to add the acquisition, tax title fees I know they add up to about 2300-2400 (695 + 798 +...) from what he showed me.

    Would appreciate any help or advice! thank you

    The MF and residual are correct, but without knowing a final selling price or cap cost, we can't really model a payment.

    Make sure you understand all the fees that are going into the deal, and what the up front cash will cover.

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  • wc3777wc3777 Posts: 12
    Thank you very much for your response.

    It is a bit complicated as I am trading in my lease with them now, early Audi A5. It had just recently been in an accident and there is about 7-8k of negative equity.

    I just called the salesman to ask for the cap cost they had initially wanted to give me which is about 41,000. Made payments high around 560 based on about 1850 down. However he just told me they will absorb more of that negative equity and try to get it to 450/month with 1000 down. I asked him what fees there were he said 695 acquisition, 798 dealer fee, 250-300 government and then just tax 6%.

    Is there a way to find out what the cap cost would be working backwards with those numbers? 1000 down, 450/month.

    Or could you tell me how much my monthly would work out to if my selling price/cap cost was 37,050? with 0.00004 and 54% 36/7500. with the 695 acquisition, 798 dealer fee, 250-300 government and tax 6%.

    Just so I have an idea going in tomorrow what I should shoot for...

    Greatly appreciate the advice!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,789
    wc3777 said:

    Thank you very much for your response.

    It is a bit complicated as I am trading in my lease with them now, early Audi A5. It had just recently been in an accident and there is about 7-8k of negative equity.

    I just called the salesman to ask for the cap cost they had initially wanted to give me which is about 41,000. Made payments high around 560 based on about 1850 down. However he just told me they will absorb more of that negative equity and try to get it to 450/month with 1000 down. I asked him what fees there were he said 695 acquisition, 798 dealer fee, 250-300 government and then just tax 6%.

    Is there a way to find out what the cap cost would be working backwards with those numbers? 1000 down, 450/month.

    Or could you tell me how much my monthly would work out to if my selling price/cap cost was 37,050? with 0.00004 and 54% 36/7500. with the 695 acquisition, 798 dealer fee, 250-300 government and tax 6%.

    Just so I have an idea going in tomorrow what I should shoot for...

    Greatly appreciate the advice!

    If the CAP cost is the same as the MSRP, then the payment would be about $475/mo.+tax.. That's with any other costs paid upfront

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  • wc3777wc3777 Posts: 12
    Great thanks.

    Does this add up about right then:

    Cap cost = $34,500
    mf = 0.00004
    Residual = 54%

    Monthly about $435/month tax included. All other fees and costs paid at signing.

    Last thing, is it reasonable to expect up to 7% off MSRP?

    Thanks again.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,789
    wc3777 said:

    Great thanks.

    Does this add up about right then:

    Cap cost = $34,500
    mf = 0.00004
    Residual = 54%

    Monthly about $435/month tax included. All other fees and costs paid at signing.

    Last thing, is it reasonable to expect up to 7% off MSRP?

    Thanks again.

    I get $405/mo+tax, so should be pretty close..

    6% off MSRP is supplier pricing... Subtract any special incentives from that.. about the best you can do.

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  • kerbkerb Posts: 172
    edited May 2015
    Greetings, could you kindly provide the April & May (when available) buy rate and residual for A4 2.0T CVT premium based upon 36/10, 36/7.5 and 39/10 and 39/7.5 leases as well as any incentives. Thank you.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,789
    kerb said:

    Greetings, could you kindly provide the April & May (when available) buy rate and residual for A4 2.0T CVT premium based upon 36/10, 36/7.5 and 39/10 and 39/7.5 leases as well as any incentives. Thank you.

    .00004 MF and 53%/54% residual for 36 months

    .00024 MF and 51%/53% residual for 39 months.

    Those numbers are good through May 4th.

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