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2015 Audi S4 Lease Questions

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 145,483
    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: 145,483
    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: 145,483
    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: 137,746
    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: 137,746
    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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  • $52,332
  • kyfdx said:

    cgarr856 said:

    You are correct, it's 55%.

    Thoughts on deal?


    Would need to know the selling price.
    Sale price $51,193
    Money factor .00098
    Residual $30,472
    Acquisition incentive $1,000

    Thanks!
  • 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. Selling price of car $52,332.
    Currently quoted $660/mo with 1st month waived and with bank and plates upfront.
    Should i be able to do better?
    Thank you.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    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. Selling price of car $52,332.
    Currently quoted $660/mo with 1st month waived and with bank and plates upfront.
    Should i be able to do better?
    Thank you.

    With the MSRP and selling price you've provided, along with the base MF of .00098 and residual of 58%, I calculate a pre-tax payment of $573.90/mo for 36 months.

    Looks like the $660/mo is a bit high, by comparison. Taxes should add another $40-45 to the payment, so $610-620/mo.

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  • Michael,

    Was hoping you can tell me what you think of this deal I have teed up on a 2015 Audi S4 PremPlus

    36 month/ 15k miles
    MSRP: $55,405
    Negotiated/Capitalized cost: $51,193
    Money Factor: .00098
    Residual: 55%
    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

    I'm receiving an incentive of $1,000. Audi also had an "up to $800 first month payment pickup" that I'm being told they are applying but I'm not sure how since I am paying the first months payment...
    Can you please advise? Greatly appreciated.
  • Are you taking any more rebates off the price? Why am I getting quoted that much more?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    cgarr856 said:

    Michael,

    Was hoping you can tell me what you think of this deal I have teed up on a 2015 Audi S4 PremPlus

    36 month/ 15k miles
    MSRP: $55,405
    Negotiated/Capitalized cost: $51,193
    Money Factor: .00098
    Residual: 55%
    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

    I'm receiving an incentive of $1,000. Audi also had an "up to $800 first month payment pickup" that I'm being told they are applying but I'm not sure how since I am paying the first months payment...
    Can you please advise? Greatly appreciated.

    Leaving out the taxes and the remaining lease payments being "picked up", your numbers work out to a payment of $655.59/mo for 36 months.

    Tax will add about $45/mo, and the $1500, I suspect, is being added into your cap cost, adding another $40/mo - voila! $740/mo.

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  • Soooo I did well? :)
  • asecasec Posts: 10
    Looking to get feedback on my 2015 S4 lease quote:

    MSRP 56,620 incl Dest,Technology, and Black Optic Pkg
    Discount: 5250 (9.27%)
    Rebate: 1520 (includes 1000 conquest rebate and first month pmt rebate of 520)
    Adjusted price 49,850
    Audi Care 860
    Total Cap Cost 50,710

    Cash upfront (advertised lease special):
    - 2799 cap cost reduction
    - 695 acquisition fee
    - 399 doc fee
    - 300 tax (state of SC caps auto sales tax at 300)
    - 58 tag and title
    - 4,251 total cash upfront

    MF .00098
    .58 Residual
    Final Lease Pmt: 520/mo lease 36 mos/10k

    I couldn't make this work in a lease pmt calculator. I can only assume they are not providing the correct money factor. With that money factor I get a payment amount of 497.79

    Let me know if any one has feedback!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    asec said:

    Looking to get feedback on my 2015 S4 lease quote:

    MSRP 56,620 incl Dest,Technology, and Black Optic Pkg
    Discount: 5250 (9.27%)
    Rebate: 1520 (includes 1000 conquest rebate and first month pmt rebate of 520)
    Adjusted price 49,850
    Audi Care 860
    Total Cap Cost 50,710

    Cash upfront (advertised lease special):
    - 2799 cap cost reduction
    - 695 acquisition fee
    - 399 doc fee
    - 300 tax (state of SC caps auto sales tax at 300)
    - 58 tag and title
    - 4,251 total cash upfront

    MF .00098
    .58 Residual
    Final Lease Pmt: 520/mo lease 36 mos/10k

    I couldn't make this work in a lease pmt calculator. I can only assume they are not providing the correct money factor. With that money factor I get a payment amount of 497.79

    Let me know if any one has feedback!

    I'm getting the same payment you are - to the penny.

    Ask the dealer flat out what MF they are using.

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  • asecasec Posts: 10
    Is it possible the Audicare is what is throwing me off? Should that be added to the final negotiated price ?
    Michaell said:

    asec said:

    Looking to get feedback on my 2015 S4 lease quote:

    MSRP 56,620 incl Dest,Technology, and Black Optic Pkg
    Discount: 5250 (9.27%)
    Rebate: 1520 (includes 1000 conquest rebate and first month pmt rebate of 520)
    Adjusted price 49,850
    Audi Care 860
    Total Cap Cost 50,710

    Cash upfront (advertised lease special):
    - 2799 cap cost reduction
    - 695 acquisition fee
    - 399 doc fee
    - 300 tax (state of SC caps auto sales tax at 300)
    - 58 tag and title
    - 4,251 total cash upfront

    MF .00098
    .58 Residual
    Final Lease Pmt: 520/mo lease 36 mos/10k

    I couldn't make this work in a lease pmt calculator. I can only assume they are not providing the correct money factor. With that money factor I get a payment amount of 497.79

    Let me know if any one has feedback!

    I'm getting the same payment you are - to the penny.

    Ask the dealer flat out what MF they are using.
    Is it possible the Audicare is what is throwing me off? Should that be added to the final negotiated price ?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 145,483
    asec said:

    Is it possible the Audicare is what is throwing me off? Should that be added to the final negotiated price ?

    Michaell said:

    asec said:

    Looking to get feedback on my 2015 S4 lease quote:

    MSRP 56,620 incl Dest,Technology, and Black Optic Pkg
    Discount: 5250 (9.27%)
    Rebate: 1520 (includes 1000 conquest rebate and first month pmt rebate of 520)
    Adjusted price 49,850
    Audi Care 860
    Total Cap Cost 50,710

    Cash upfront (advertised lease special):
    - 2799 cap cost reduction
    - 695 acquisition fee
    - 399 doc fee
    - 300 tax (state of SC caps auto sales tax at 300)
    - 58 tag and title
    - 4,251 total cash upfront

    MF .00098
    .58 Residual
    Final Lease Pmt: 520/mo lease 36 mos/10k

    I couldn't make this work in a lease pmt calculator. I can only assume they are not providing the correct money factor. With that money factor I get a payment amount of 497.79

    Let me know if any one has feedback!

    I'm getting the same payment you are - to the penny.

    Ask the dealer flat out what MF they are using.
    Is it possible the Audicare is what is throwing me off? Should that be added to the final negotiated price ?

    It looks like you did add the AudiCare to the CAP cost, already.

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

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  • asecasec Posts: 10
    Okay, so that dealer was using the wrong money factor or something but refused to be transparent. I located another dealer within 100 miles with the same S4 with Technology Package ($2,900) and High Gloss Black Package ($1,300) that agreed to this deal below so I am picking it up Monday.

    $2975 total due at signing @ $534 per month (MSRP $56,365) allowing 10,000 miles per year, and including Audi Care. .59 Residual and .00098 MF. I calculated the deal and sent it to the dealer so I am sure this is right.

    Cash upfront (advertised lease special):
    - 1523 cap cost reduction
    - 695 acquisition fee
    - 399 doc fee
    - 300 tax (state of SC caps auto sales tax at 300)
    - 58 tag and title
    - 2,975 total cash upfront

    Pretty happy with this deal. Would have been roughly 577 with no cap cost reduction, but I wanted the lower payment.

    This car is a beast - can't wait!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    asec said:

    Okay, so that dealer was using the wrong money factor or something but refused to be transparent. I located another dealer within 100 miles with the same S4 with Technology Package ($2,900) and High Gloss Black Package ($1,300) that agreed to this deal below so I am picking it up Monday.

    $2975 total due at signing @ $534 per month (MSRP $56,365) allowing 10,000 miles per year, and including Audi Care. .59 Residual and .00098 MF. I calculated the deal and sent it to the dealer so I am sure this is right.

    Cash upfront (advertised lease special):
    - 1523 cap cost reduction
    - 695 acquisition fee
    - 399 doc fee
    - 300 tax (state of SC caps auto sales tax at 300)
    - 58 tag and title
    - 2,975 total cash upfront

    Pretty happy with this deal. Would have been roughly 577 with no cap cost reduction, but I wanted the lower payment.

    This car is a beast - can't wait!

    Congratulations! Enjoy your new Audi.

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  • loyalaudi39loyalaudi39 Posts: 13
    edited December 2014
    Hi, appreciate all the knowledge on here. Would you kindly provide feedback on the following? I am trading in a 2012 a4 for a 2015 s4 3yr, 15k miles:

    Msrp:59,000
    selling:56,641
    rebate:2112.87
    cust cash: 1000
    trade allow: 6,650
    cap red:8,651
    rt amt: 56%
    money factor: .00165
    audi care : 920
    Sales tax 555.77
    cap add: 695
    adj cap cost: 50,161.40
    monthly payment: 612.81
    annual fee: 209
    initial fee :290


    thank you!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 145,483

    Hi, appreciate all the knowledge on here. Would you kindly provide feedback on the following? I am trading in a 2012 a4 for a 2015 s4 3yr, 15k miles:

    Msrp:59,000
    selling:56,641
    rebate:2112.87
    cust cash: 1000
    trade allow: 6,650
    cap red:8,651
    rt amt: 56%
    money factor: .00165
    audi care : 920
    Sales tax 555.77
    cap add: 695
    adj cap cost: 50,161.40
    monthly payment: 612.81
    annual fee: 209
    initial fee :290


    thank you!


    The base money factor is .00098, so they are marking it up a huge amount.

    Also, I wouldn't put $6650 of trade equity down on a lease... have them cut you a check for it, and take the higher payment.

    But, mostly... .work on that money factor.

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  • Thank you. I should go back to them with the ask of .00098? Or is that just a starting point ?

    thank you!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746

    Thank you. I should go back to them with the ask of .00098? Or is that just a starting point ?

    thank you!

    Tell them you won't sign a deal using anything but the base MF

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  • So glad I found this thread! If someone could comment on the quality of the below deal, I'd greatly appreciate it. This is for a 36-month lease/10K miles in California w/ $0 drive-off.

    MSRP: $58675.00

    Selling Price: $53300.00
    Doc Fee: $80.00
    Acquisition: $695.00
    AudiCare: $920.00
    License Fee: $437.00
    Gross CAP: $55432.00

    Rebate: $724.00 (Season of Audi?)
    Residual: $34618.25 (0.59)
    MF: 0.00098 (I think. Screen shot says 0.98 Rate/MF)

    Base: $666.41
    Tax: $58.31
    Payment: $724.72

    Thanks for any feedback!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 145,483

    So glad I found this thread! If someone could comment on the quality of the below deal, I'd greatly appreciate it. This is for a 36-month lease/10K miles in California w/ $0 drive-off.

    MSRP: $58675.00

    Selling Price: $53300.00
    Doc Fee: $80.00
    Acquisition: $695.00
    AudiCare: $920.00
    License Fee: $437.00
    Gross CAP: $55432.00

    Rebate: $724.00 (Season of Audi?)
    Residual: $34618.25 (0.59)
    MF: 0.00098 (I think. Screen shot says 0.98 Rate/MF)

    Base: $666.41
    Tax: $58.31
    Payment: $724.72

    Thanks for any feedback!



    2015 S4 Premium Plus?

    9% off MSRP
    Base acq.fee
    Base money factor

    Calculations are exact.
    The rebate is the complimentary 1st payment

    Looks live a very, very good deal, given the lease program available.

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  • I'm also super-glad I found this thread! Just started entering into e-mail lease negotiations with a few dealers for a 2015 S4 Premium Plus.

    From my research, I've been learning that the three most important numerical factors to focus on are: capitalized cost, money factor, and residual value. Based on this I have two questions:

    - Is 0.00098 the best money factor that one could obtain, or can that be negotiated down? Is this even considered a "good" rate, or should that simply be standard from any Audi dealer?
    - Is residual value negotiable?

    My thinking is, if I can get 0.00098 and the residual value is non-negotiable, then the only thing left to negotiate is capitalized cost...
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    limsilas said:

    I'm also super-glad I found this thread! Just started entering into e-mail lease negotiations with a few dealers for a 2015 S4 Premium Plus.

    From my research, I've been learning that the three most important numerical factors to focus on are: capitalized cost, money factor, and residual value. Based on this I have two questions:

    - Is 0.00098 the best money factor that one could obtain, or can that be negotiated down? Is this even considered a "good" rate, or should that simply be standard from any Audi dealer?
    - Is residual value negotiable?

    My thinking is, if I can get 0.00098 and the residual value is non-negotiable, then the only thing left to negotiate is capitalized cost...

    .00098 is the base MF and cannot be negotiated lower. Your best chance at getting a great lease payment is to work the cap cost as low as possible. Perhaps 5-6% below MSRP.

    Residual is set by Audi FS and cannot be modified.

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  • Michaell said:

    .00098 is the base MF and cannot be negotiated lower. Your best chance at getting a great lease payment is to work the cap cost as low as possible. Perhaps 5-6% below MSRP.

    Residual is set by Audi FS and cannot be modified.

    Thank you, Michaell - such great information and a quick response!

    I was quoted a residual value of 57% (MSRP is $59,320) for 12,000 miles a year. Is that accurate? I'm also being offered approximately a 6.32% discount from MSRP, but will try and get it down a little bit more.

    Also, does changing the miles driven per year only affect the residual value? That is, it shouldn't affect the money factor or the capitalized cost, correct?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    limsilas said:

    Michaell said:

    .00098 is the base MF and cannot be negotiated lower. Your best chance at getting a great lease payment is to work the cap cost as low as possible. Perhaps 5-6% below MSRP.

    Residual is set by Audi FS and cannot be modified.

    Thank you, Michaell - such great information and a quick response!

    I was quoted a residual value of 57% (MSRP is $59,320) for 12,000 miles a year. Is that accurate? I'm also being offered approximately a 6.32% discount from MSRP, but will try and get it down a little bit more.

    Also, does changing the miles driven per year only affect the residual value? That is, it shouldn't affect the money factor or the capitalized cost, correct?
    I confirm 57% residual for 36/12 on the 2015 S4 Premium Plus. Add 1% to the residual for 10K, subtract 2% for 15K. Yes, only the residual is affected if the miles change.

    You can purchase AudiCare to cover the regular maintenance; this adds 1% to the residual.

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  • Michaell said:

    I confirm 57% residual for 36/12 on the 2015 S4 Premium Plus. Add 1% to the residual for 10K, subtract 2% for 15K. Yes, only the residual is affected if the miles change.

    You can purchase AudiCare to cover the regular maintenance; this adds 1% to the residual.

    Thank you!
  • Alright, so I'm being offered the following deal for a 2015 S4 Premium Plus with technology package, high-gloss black package, B&O audio, sport differential, fine nappa leather, and carbon atlas inlays:
    • Capitalized cost: $52,623.99
    • Capitalized cost reduction (manufacturer rebate): $625
    • Money factor: 0.00098
    • Residual value: 58% (36 months/10K miles)
    • State DMV fee: $473
    • State tire fee: $8.75
    • Acquisition fee: $695
    • Dealer document fee: $80
    • License/registration fee: $481.75
    • Sales tax on rebate, acquisition fee, and document fee: $126
    • First monthly payment: $625
    • Customer cash: $2007.75
    • Total Driveoff: $2632.75
    • Monthly payment: $625 = $573.39 base + $51.61 tax
    How does this look? Also, I don't understand how customer cash and total-drive off are calculated, and why I'm being charged the first monthly payment if the manufacturer rebate (Season of Audi?) is supposed to take care of that?

    Thanks.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    limsilas said:

    Alright, so I'm being offered the following deal for a 2015 S4 Premium Plus with technology package, high-gloss black package, B&O audio, sport differential, fine nappa leather, and carbon atlas inlays:

    • Capitalized cost: $52,623.99
    • Capitalized cost reduction (manufacturer rebate): $625
    • Money factor: 0.00098
    • Residual value: 58% (36 months/10K miles)
    • State DMV fee: $473
    • State tire fee: $8.75
    • Acquisition fee: $695
    • Dealer document fee: $80
    • License/registration fee: $481.75
    • Sales tax on rebate, acquisition fee, and document fee: $126
    • First monthly payment: $625
    • Customer cash: $2007.75
    • Total Driveoff: $2632.75
    • Monthly payment: $625 = $573.39 base + $51.61 tax
    How does this look? Also, I don't understand how customer cash and total-drive off are calculated, and why I'm being charged the first monthly payment if the manufacturer rebate (Season of Audi?) is supposed to take care of that?

    Thanks.
    What is the MSRP?

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  • MSRP is $59,320.

    Also, the dealer just gave me a similar configuration, but with AudiCare. With AudiCare, the total capitalized cost goes up by $890 to $53,513.99, residual up to 59%, and total monthly payment $635.56.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    limsilas said:

    MSRP is $59,320.

    Also, the dealer just gave me a similar configuration, but with AudiCare. With AudiCare, the total capitalized cost goes up by $890 to $53,513.99, residual up to 59%, and total monthly payment $635.56.

    AudiCare is usually a good deal, given the cost of Audi maintenance from the dealer.

    Looks like the "customer rebate" is the first months payment. My calcs show a pre-tax payment of $605.17; your quote looks prettty good by comparison.

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  • Michaell said:

    AudiCare is usually a good deal, given the cost of Audi maintenance from the dealer.

    Looks like the "customer rebate" is the first months payment. My calcs show a pre-tax payment of $605.17; your quote looks prettty good by comparison.

    Thank you Michaell. So all in all, you think it's a deal worth taking?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    limsilas said:

    Michaell said:

    AudiCare is usually a good deal, given the cost of Audi maintenance from the dealer.

    Looks like the "customer rebate" is the first months payment. My calcs show a pre-tax payment of $605.17; your quote looks prettty good by comparison.

    Thank you Michaell. So all in all, you think it's a deal worth taking?
    I'm not in the hablit of making decisions about other people's money...

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    limsilas said:

    Michaell said:

    I'm not in the hablit of making decisions about other people's money...

    Haha, okay fair enough. Let me rephrase: To me, based on what I've seen others post in this thread and other research I've done, this seems like a relatively great deal numbers-wise. Would you agree?
    I would

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  • kyfdx said:

    So glad I found this thread! If someone could comment on the quality of the below deal, I'd greatly appreciate it. This is for a 36-month lease/10K miles in California w/ $0 drive-off.

    MSRP: $58675.00

    Selling Price: $53300.00
    Doc Fee: $80.00
    Acquisition: $695.00
    AudiCare: $920.00
    License Fee: $437.00
    Gross CAP: $55432.00

    Rebate: $724.00 (Season of Audi?)
    Residual: $34618.25 (0.59)
    MF: 0.00098 (I think. Screen shot says 0.98 Rate/MF)

    Base: $666.41
    Tax: $58.31
    Payment: $724.72

    Thanks for any feedback!



    2015 S4 Premium Plus?

    9% off MSRP
    Base acq.fee
    Base money factor

    Calculations are exact.
    The rebate is the complimentary 1st payment

    Looks live a very, very good deal, given the lease program available.
    Yup! 2015 S4 Premium Plus. There may also be a $1000 Conquest Rebate in there from Audi for households that have a BMW, MB, or Lexus. There's a $1500 rebate for previous Audi owners, as well, but we don't have one.
  • Michaell said:

    limsilas said:

    Michaell said:

    I'm not in the hablit of making decisions about other people's money...

    Haha, okay fair enough. Let me rephrase: To me, based on what I've seen others post in this thread and other research I've done, this seems like a relatively great deal numbers-wise. Would you agree?
    I would
    Thank you!!
  • bpfergubpfergu Posts: 10
    I'm also in negotiations in regards to a 2015 S4. The numbers that I am getting right now are as follows:

    MSRP $55,570

    Selling price $52,998

    Cash Down $5000

    Term 36 months

    MPY 10k

    Residual $32,230

    Money Factor .00078

    Payment $643/month

    I'm pretty sure that was a typo on the money factor. Also keep in mind that Texas has a 6.5% sales tax and it has to be paid on the entire sales cost of the car, even on a lease. The sales tax, all associated fees, and the first month's payment are rolled into the $5k cash down.

    Is there anywhere I can negotiate to get this down some more? Thanks.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 137,746
    bpfergu said:

    I'm also in negotiations in regards to a 2015 S4. The numbers that I am getting right now are as follows:

    MSRP $55,570

    Selling price $52,998

    Cash Down $5000

    Term 36 months

    MPY 10k

    Residual $32,230

    Money Factor .00078

    Payment $643/month

    I'm pretty sure that was a typo on the money factor. Also keep in mind that Texas has a 6.5% sales tax and it has to be paid on the entire sales cost of the car, even on a lease. The sales tax, all associated fees, and the first month's payment are rolled into the $5k cash down.

    Is there anywhere I can negotiate to get this down some more? Thanks.


    The base MF for the S4 was .00098 in December, but I've heard that the Audi numbers have been extended until 1/8/15.

    However, using your numbers (including the .00078 MF), I get a payment of $643.35/mo, so spot on with your quote.

    Only way to lower the payment is to negotiate a lower selling price, or put more money down (which we don't recommend).

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  • Do we know what the money factor is for January 2015? Also if the conquest money is still available?

    I was quoted .00144 for a money factor for a 42 month lease.....Seems high based on the previous posts.

    Thank you!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 145,483
    43215md said:

    Do we know what the money factor is for January 2015? Also if the conquest money is still available?

    I was quoted .00144 for a money factor for a 42 month lease.....Seems high based on the previous posts.

    Thank you!


    .00099 is the base MF for 42 month leases.. no info on conquest money

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  • Thank you! Much appreciated.
  • asecasec Posts: 10
    Michaell said:

    bpfergu said:

    I'm also in negotiations in regards to a 2015 S4. The numbers that I am getting right now are as follows:

    MSRP $55,570

    Selling price $52,998

    Cash Down $5000

    Term 36 months

    MPY 10k

    Residual $32,230

    Money Factor .00078

    Payment $643/month

    I'm pretty sure that was a typo on the money factor. Also keep in mind that Texas has a 6.5% sales tax and it has to be paid on the entire sales cost of the car, even on a lease. The sales tax, all associated fees, and the first month's payment are rolled into the $5k cash down.

    Is there anywhere I can negotiate to get this down some more? Thanks.


    The base MF for the S4 was .00098 in December, but I've heard that the Audi numbers have been extended until 1/8/15.

    However, using your numbers (including the .00078 MF), I get a payment of $643.35/mo, so spot on with your quote.

    Only way to lower the payment is to negotiate a lower selling price, or put more money down (which we don't recommend).
    Negotiate a lower price!

    I started with a MSRP of $56,365 and ended up with a selling price of $50.879. My local dealer could not get me there so I went to North Carolina to find a dealer that could and fortunately they had one equipped the same.

    Final payment was 534/mo for 36 months at 10,000 miles/yr. My total cash at close was 2975 which included first months payment, tax, title, tag and $2877 cap cost reduction per lease docs. That doesn't make sense unless they put the rebates towards cap cost reduction which they must have since the lease docs showed $4,509 cash at close and I paid $2975 that included first months payment.

    Make sure to get the Audi Care in your lease! It increases residual from 58% to 59% so the $860 fee is substantially offset. My deal above includes AudiCare. I see people posting payments of 650 to 750 on the same car and it just doesn't make sense.

    BTW, the launch control with the automated manual is an extra special bonus that I didn't know about until after I purchased the vehicle. What a thrill to go 0-60 in 4.4 seconds! 1 month in and I love every minute in this car!

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