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2015 Audi S4 Lease Questions

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  • Interesting. Not sure what cap with taxes added in is...I can find out.

    your $627 figure, what does that number exactly signify? lowest payment imaginable?

    thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 111,243
    cgarr856 said:

    Interesting. Not sure what cap with taxes added in is...I can find out.

    your $627 figure, what does that number exactly signify? lowest payment imaginable?

    thanks

    No, that is the payment I calculate using the numbers you've provided, pre-tax.

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  • Does Audi offer 24 or 30 month leases? Am curious what the residual would be on a 2015 S4 Prestige?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,547
    btomasie said:

    Does Audi offer 24 or 30 month leases? Am curious what the residual would be on a 2015 S4 Prestige?


    24mo, 15K/yr: .00098 MF and 59% residual.
    30mo, 15K/yr. .00098 MF and 55% residual.

    Add 2% for 12K/yr or 3% for 10K/yr

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  • I checked with dealer on 24 months and payment went up from 710 to 848. Same mf and residual went up 2 points. I'm assuming it was an incentive impact?

    also - update from dealer on figures


    2015 Audi S4
    msrp - $54,760 -leather pkg, bang & o, carbon inlays
    negotiated - $49,397
    They are rolling in $2471 from my current lease
    MF - .00098
    57% residual

    Lease is 36 months, 12k/year. First payment and DMV due at signing only. Monthly payment of $710. I really need 15k, so I told them I would sign if they gave me $710/month for 15k and they wouldn't do it. If I need 15k offer is $742

    Thoughts?


  • First time leaser, need some help. I know I need to get this to 10k miles instead of 7500, but how good of a deal is this currently?

    2015 S4
    MSRP: $56,115.00
    Discount: $4,284
    Vehicle price (net after rebate): $51,831
    Rebate: 669.00

    Cash down: $1,625
    36 mo/7500mi
    MF: .00098
    Residual: $33,107.85 (59% they say, can't figure out that math)

    Taxes aren't included, but I'm in San Francisco, so they're 8.75%. I haven't gotten a breakdown of dealer fees, etc., but they said the cash down was fees and first month?

    What other info should I be asking for?
  • kyfdx said:

    btomasie said:

    Does Audi offer 24 or 30 month leases? Am curious what the residual would be on a 2015 S4 Prestige?


    24mo, 15K/yr: .00098 MF and 59% residual.
    30mo, 15K/yr. .00098 MF and 55% residual.

    Add 2% for 12K/yr or 3% for 10K/yr
    do you have residual and MF terms for 12k miles, 36mo and 42mo please? Currently negotiating a S4 Silver, Technology, B&O Sound, Sport Suspension. Am currently an Audi owner so qualify for a few incentives. First offer from dealer is 42mo, $670 w/o tax (Ca resident). MSRP is 57k.

    thank you
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,547
    jmckenna1 said:

    First time leaser, need some help. I know I need to get this to 10k miles instead of 7500, but how good of a deal is this currently?

    2015 S4
    MSRP: $56,115.00
    Discount: $4,284
    Vehicle price (net after rebate): $51,831
    Rebate: 669.00

    Cash down: $1,625
    36 mo/7500mi
    MF: .00098
    Residual: $33,107.85 (59% they say, can't figure out that math)

    Taxes aren't included, but I'm in San Francisco, so they're 8.75%. I haven't gotten a breakdown of dealer fees, etc., but they said the cash down was fees and first month?

    What other info should I be asking for?


    What is the payment? The residual percentage is applied to the MSRP. 59% X 56,115 = $33107.

    With nothing else rolled into the CAP cost, the payment should be $603/mo. plus tax... Going to 10K/yr adds about $15/mo.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,547

    kyfdx said:

    btomasie said:

    Does Audi offer 24 or 30 month leases? Am curious what the residual would be on a 2015 S4 Prestige?


    24mo, 15K/yr: .00098 MF and 59% residual.
    30mo, 15K/yr. .00098 MF and 55% residual.

    Add 2% for 12K/yr or 3% for 10K/yr
    do you have residual and MF terms for 12k miles, 36mo and 42mo please? Currently negotiating a S4 Silver, Technology, B&O Sound, Sport Suspension. Am currently an Audi owner so qualify for a few incentives. First offer from dealer is 42mo, $670 w/o tax (Ca resident). MSRP is 57k.

    thank you

    36/12: .00098 MF and 54% residual
    42/12: .00118 MF and 50% residual

    Premium Plus model residuals are 3% higher.

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  • The monthly payment they gave me is $670.82. What else could they be putting in the cap cost? I've asked for a complete breakdown, waiting to see their response.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,547
    edited November 2014
    jmckenna1 said:

    The monthly payment they gave me is $670.82. What else could they be putting in the cap cost? I've asked for a complete breakdown, waiting to see their response.


    Might have a $625 acquisition fee added in there... could be some other things, as well... like excess wear plan, etc... You have to ask for the CAP cost and reconcile that with the selling price.

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  • So it sounds like the lower 'vehicle price' includes a rebate, which I believe may be the Audi pays your first month deal. Total capitalized is apparently without that, but of course they present that as the negotiated price.

    36 month/ 10k miles
    MSRP: $56,115
    Negotiated/Capitalized cost: $52,500
    Money Factor: .00098
    Residual: 58%, $32,546
    Cash at signing: $1,625 (this is supposedly just first payment, lic+reg, electronic vehicle fee, no money down)
    Monthly: $687.65

    I may be able to get another $1,000 off due to owning a BMW (motorcycle), working on that.

    How does this look currently?

  • Also, there is a $695 acquisition fee, but I can't get a clear response if that's already in the Cap cost, or something I have to pay as part of the cash down. Dealer is either intentionally being confusing over email, or I just don't understand the responses.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 111,243
    jmckenna1 said:

    Also, there is a $695 acquisition fee, but I can't get a clear response if that's already in the Cap cost, or something I have to pay as part of the cash down. Dealer is either intentionally being confusing over email, or I just don't understand the responses.

    The acquisition fee is normally paid at lease inception - you can roll it into the cap cost, but there is an increase to the MF to do so.

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  • Ok, that helps a lot, thanks.

    Otherwise, how does the deal look so far?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 111,243
    jmckenna1 said:

    Ok, that helps a lot, thanks.

    Otherwise, how does the deal look so far?

    Base MF and a decent discount from sticker. The only way to improve on that is to use MSD's to buy down the MF and/or negotiate a lower selling price.

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  • Will residuals and money factor change for December? Or are they good until the new year. I know certain incentives apply until end of year. 

    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 111,243
    cgarr856 said:

    Will residuals and money factor change for December? Or are they good until the new year. I know certain incentives apply until end of year. 

    Thanks

    The numers we have are valid until1/2/15, but Audi reserves the right to change them whenever they want

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  • Are the Dec rates and residuals out yet?
  • close to inking a deal, here are the figures.

    36 month/ 15k miles
    MSRP: $55,405
    Negotiated/Capitalized cost: ?
    Money Factor: .00098
    Residual: 57%
    Due at signing is 1st payment and $65(transfer plates)
    Live in NY. Taxes, bank fee all rolled into lease payment
    Dealer is picking up 3 payments from current lease which totals $1,500
    Monthly: $739

    Thoughts on deal?
    If I were to not roll in $1,500 from current lease, what should i expect?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,547
    chuvak said:

    Are the Dec rates and residuals out yet?


    Current Audi program is scheduled through the end of the year.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,547
    cgarr856 said:

    close to inking a deal, here are the figures.

    36 month/ 15k miles
    MSRP: $55,405
    Negotiated/Capitalized cost: ?
    Money Factor: .00098
    Residual: 57%
    Due at signing is 1st payment and $65(transfer plates)
    Live in NY. Taxes, bank fee all rolled into lease payment
    Dealer is picking up 3 payments from current lease which totals $1,500
    Monthly: $739

    Thoughts on deal?
    If I were to not roll in $1,500 from current lease, what should i expect?


    I show the residual for the 2015 S4 Premium Plus to be 55% for 36mo, 15K/yr. You sure they aren't quoting 12K/yr?

    Subtracting $1500 lowers the payment by about $42/mo.+tax.

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  • You are correct, it's 55%.

    Thoughts on deal?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,547
    cgarr856 said:

    You are correct, it's 55%.

    Thoughts on deal?


    Would need to know the selling price.

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  • Pls advise on what my best expected deal should be on a 2015 S4 with a $57,275 msrp for 36 months with 10k/year and NYC taxes included.
    Currently quoted $660/mo with 1st month waived and with bank and plates upfront.

    Thank you.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 111,243
    chuvak said:

    Pls advise on what my best expected deal should be on a 2015 S4 with a $57,275 msrp for 36 months with 10k/year and NYC taxes included.
    Currently quoted $660/mo with 1st month waived and with bank and plates upfront.

    Thank you.

    What is the selling price? Not enough information yet to comment.

    .00098 MF and 58% for 36/10 on the S4 Premium Plus.

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  • Not sure, but I believe $1k below invoice.
  • Does that help?

  • Kyfdx - see below for my deal

    Sale price $51,193
    Money factor .00098
    Residual $30,472
    Acquisition incentive $1,000

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 111,243
    chuvak said:

    Not sure, but I believe $1k below invoice.

    chuvak said:

    Does that help?

    I'll need a specific number.

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