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2016 Audi S4 Lease Questions

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  • Thank you Michael.
  • Can you please provide the MF and Residual for the 2016 S4 Premium Plus - 10K & 7.5K, best term? Thanks!!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 119,729
    nickben said:

    Can you please provide the MF and Residual for the 2016 S4 Premium Plus - 10K & 7.5K, best term? Thanks!!

    .00119 MF and 57%/58% residual for 36 months

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  • Can you please provide the MF and Residual for the 2016 S4 Premium plus - 36 and 48 month lease for 12k/year?

    Thanks in advance.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 119,729
    akestler said:

    Can you please provide the MF and Residual for the 2016 S4 Premium plus - 36 and 48 month lease for 12k/year?

    Thanks in advance.

    .00119 MF and 56% residual for 36/12
    .00139 MF and 52% residual for 42/12

    48 month leases don't have much support.

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  • Thanks for all your information.

    I've negotiated the following:

    2016 Audi S4 Automatic
    Mythos black
    Tech
    Fine nappa
    sports diff
    19" wheels
    carbon atlas inlays


    MSRP: $57,650
    Negotiated price: $52,100

    I asked for 0 down but was told the best they can do is $1350 out the door, which was first month's payment and dealer fees, etc.

    Originally we had reached a price of $53,525 and dealer quoted me $723 + tax for 36/12 lease and $704 + tax for 42/12 lease.

    Does that sound right? When I calculated myself I got $691 and $676.

    I'm not sure where Audi care plan cost fits into this, we used the extra 1% residual.

    I'm going to recalculate based on the new price of $52,100, but overall what do you think of this deal?

    I don't feel I can do much better.

    Thanks.

    a


  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 110,041
    akestler said:

    Thanks for all your information.

    I've negotiated the following:

    2016 Audi S4 Automatic
    Mythos black
    Tech
    Fine nappa
    sports diff
    19" wheels
    carbon atlas inlays


    MSRP: $57,650
    Negotiated price: $52,100

    I asked for 0 down but was told the best they can do is $1350 out the door, which was first month's payment and dealer fees, etc.

    Originally we had reached a price of $53,525 and dealer quoted me $723 + tax for 36/12 lease and $704 + tax for 42/12 lease.

    Does that sound right? When I calculated myself I got $691 and $676.

    I'm not sure where Audi care plan cost fits into this, we used the extra 1% residual.

    I'm going to recalculate based on the new price of $52,100, but overall what do you think of this deal?

    I don't feel I can do much better.

    Thanks.

    a

    Premium Plus or Prestige? 3% difference in residual. And yes, add 1% for AudiCare.

    MF is .00119 for 36 months or .00139 for 42 months.

    You can probably roll the fees and such into the cap cost, but the MF will increase as a result. Better to pay it up front.

    10% off sticker seems to be a good discount...but, need to know the net cap cost in order to figure the payment.

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  • neels3neels3 Boston, MAPosts: 3
    Do you have lease rates for 24-27 months? Is it even worth inquiring about shorter terms?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 119,729
    neels3 said:

    Do you have lease rates for 24-27 months? Is it even worth inquiring about shorter terms?

    Residuals for 24 months are just 7% higher than the 36 month residuals. Payments will be much higher.

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  • poopspoops Posts: 124
    Happy New Year!!!

    I would appreciate lease figures for a 2016 Premium Plus S4 for 7.5K & 10K miles over 36 and 42 months terms. What are the current MF and residual? Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 110,041
    poops said:

    Happy New Year!!!

    I would appreciate lease figures for a 2016 Premium Plus S4 for 7.5K & 10K miles over 36 and 42 months terms. What are the current MF and residual? Thanks!

    36/10 - .00064 and 56%
    42/10 - .00084 and 52%

    Add 1% for 7500 miles

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  • poopspoops Posts: 124
    Michaell said:

    poops said:

    Happy New Year!!!

    I would appreciate lease figures for a 2016 Premium Plus S4 for 7.5K & 10K miles over 36 and 42 months terms. What are the current MF and residual? Thanks!

    36/10 - .00064 and 56%
    42/10 - .00084 and 52%

    Add 1% for 7500 miles
    Thanks for the quick response!!
  • poopspoops Posts: 124
    Any new lease deals for February on the 2015 or 2016 S4? Thanks!!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 110,041
    poops said:

    Any new lease deals for February on the 2015 or 2016 S4? Thanks!!

    What trim level? What lease term and how many miles per year?

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  • poopspoops Posts: 124
    Michaell said:

    poops said:

    Any new lease deals for February on the 2015 or 2016 S4? Thanks!!

    What trim level? What lease term and how many miles per year?
    Premium Plus, 36 months with 7.5k or 10 miles. 2015 or 2016 S4.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 110,041
    poops said:

    Michaell said:

    poops said:

    Any new lease deals for February on the 2015 or 2016 S4? Thanks!!

    What trim level? What lease term and how many miles per year?
    Premium Plus, 36 months with 7.5k or 10 miles. 2015 or 2016 S4.
    2016 - .00064 and 56% for 36/10. Add 1% for 7.5K

    No information for 2015 S4

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  • Is this deal any good? 2016 s4 Prem Plus

    MSRP $59,599.00
    Selling Price $54,150.00
    Residual $29,621.00
    Term 42

    Payment = 720.00 (out the door, tax paid for by dealer)

    Payment w/ Audi Care, w/Brake Replacement, and w/ Road Hazard = $80 Extra/mo

    Payment w/ Above extras = 800.00

    Live in Texas so full taxes at 6.25%, Dealer used tax credit to buy tax down, but most likely increased my MF as they make more on this side. Since they have discretion on when and where they apply use tax credit, it looks like just a different place to "squeeze" deal. i.e. They are trading their tax credit token in for higher MF, but it doesn't seem that I can get the best of both worlds, by making them 1. pay the taxes and 2. have a low MF. Thoughts?

    Also are the add-on's for 80 per month worth it or not? Just doing the calculations, it appears that Audi Care is, as the dealer maintenance is about equal to it over a 42 month lease. Also Breaks and Tires I thought weren't a bad add as both are expensive and fall outside of Audi Care. Thoughts?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 110,041
    jm10183 said:

    Is this deal any good? 2016 s4 Prem Plus

    MSRP $59,599.00
    Selling Price $54,150.00
    Residual $29,621.00
    Term 42

    Payment = 720.00 (out the door, tax paid for by dealer)

    Payment w/ Audi Care, w/Brake Replacement, and w/ Road Hazard = $80 Extra/mo

    Payment w/ Above extras = 800.00

    Live in Texas so full taxes at 6.25%, Dealer used tax credit to buy tax down, but most likely increased my MF as they make more on this side. Since they have discretion on when and where they apply use tax credit, it looks like just a different place to "squeeze" deal. i.e. They are trading their tax credit token in for higher MF, but it doesn't seem that I can get the best of both worlds, by making them 1. pay the taxes and 2. have a low MF. Thoughts?

    Also are the add-on's for 80 per month worth it or not? Just doing the calculations, it appears that Audi Care is, as the dealer maintenance is about equal to it over a 42 month lease. Also Breaks and Tires I thought weren't a bad add as both are expensive and fall outside of Audi Care. Thoughts?

    S4 Premium Plus is .00084 and 49% for 42/15. Add 1% for AudiCare.

    Not sure what discretion the dealers have with regards to tax credits in Texas.

    Leaving tax out of the equation, I get $664/mo with your numbers and the base MF. If I add 6.25% tax to the selling price, the payment jumps to $747/mo. AudiCare brings the payments down to $650 and $734, respectively.

    $2511 for the brake and tire warranties is an awful lot of money, which I doubt you'll get the value from. (42*80) - $849 for AudiCare.

    But, I don't know how you plan to drive the car; it's possible that you'll go through a set of tires in the 42 months - how much is a replacement set?

    Same with brakes - talk to the service advisor at the Audi dealer to find out how much a brake job is.

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  • Unfortunately the brake job at dealership w/ OEM parts - is super expensive, $1850ish give or take for FULL brake job. People saying it happens around 25-35k. Plus Audi OEM pads have a lot of metallic particles (the reason for heavy brake dust) and they wear out the rotors rather quickly.

    Dallas is known for unusually terrible streets around where I live - Potholes, constant construction, etc. So you are almost for sure having to replace at least 2 tires (very conservative) in 3.5 years, and maybe more in reality. 400 per tire and your at 800.

    2511 - 800(tires) - 1850(brake job) = -139. Figured it was unfortunately worth it but it still not pumped about the extra 60 bucks per month. Thoughts?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 119,729
    jm10183 said:

    Unfortunately the brake job at dealership w/ OEM parts - is super expensive, $1850ish give or take for FULL brake job. People saying it happens around 25-35k. Plus Audi OEM pads have a lot of metallic particles (the reason for heavy brake dust) and they wear out the rotors rather quickly.

    Dallas is known for unusually terrible streets around where I live - Potholes, constant construction, etc. So you are almost for sure having to replace at least 2 tires (very conservative) in 3.5 years, and maybe more in reality. 400 per tire and your at 800.

    2511 - 800(tires) - 1850(brake job) = -139. Figured it was unfortunately worth it but it still not pumped about the extra 60 bucks per month. Thoughts?

    Road hazard protection isn't going to pay for new tires, if you wear yours out..

    I've been driving my current car with 18" summer tires and 17" winter tires for six years, and have had exactly one tire failure.... on a winter tire that was already on its last month of use.

    $60 X 36 months = $2160. If you pay that much, you'll be hoping for tire and brake failures... that's no way to go..

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 110,041
    kyfdx said:
    Unfortunately the brake job at dealership w/ OEM parts - is super expensive, $1850ish give or take for FULL brake job. People saying it happens around 25-35k. Plus Audi OEM pads have a lot of metallic particles (the reason for heavy brake dust) and they wear out the rotors rather quickly. Dallas is known for unusually terrible streets around where I live - Potholes, constant construction, etc. So you are almost for sure having to replace at least 2 tires (very conservative) in 3.5 years, and maybe more in reality. 400 per tire and your at 800. 2511 - 800(tires) - 1850(brake job) = -139. Figured it was unfortunately worth it but it still not pumped about the extra 60 bucks per month. Thoughts?
    Road hazard protection isn't going to pay for new tires, if you wear yours out.. I've been driving my current car with 18" summer tires and 17" winter tires for six years, and have had exactly one tire failure.... on a winter tire that was already on its last month of use. $60 X 36 months = $2160. If you pay that much, you'll be hoping for tire and brake failures... that's no way to go..
     The original poster was looking at the 42 month lease, which makes his tire and brake insurance even that much more expensive… 

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  • Michaell said:


    kyfdx said:

    jm10183 said:

    Unfortunately the brake job at dealership w/ OEM parts - is super expensive, $1850ish give or take for FULL brake job. People saying it happens around 25-35k. Plus Audi OEM pads have a lot of metallic particles (the reason for heavy brake dust) and they wear out the rotors rather quickly.

    Dallas is known for unusually terrible streets around where I live - Potholes, constant construction, etc. So you are almost for sure having to replace at least 2 tires (very conservative) in 3.5 years, and maybe more in reality. 400 per tire and your at 800.

    2511 - 800(tires) - 1850(brake job) = -139. Figured it was unfortunately worth it but it still not pumped about the extra 60 bucks per month. Thoughts?

    Road hazard protection isn't going to pay for new tires, if you wear yours out..

    I've been driving my current car with 18" summer tires and 17" winter tires for six years, and have had exactly one tire failure.... on a winter tire that was already on its last month of use.

    $60 X 36 months = $2160. If you pay that much, you'll be hoping for tire and brake failures... that's no way to go..

     The original poster was looking at the 42 month lease, which makes his tire and brake insurance even that much more expensive… 


    And thats why I'm canceling both ;) Just as a reference point. Do most people buy Audi Care when they lease. Its doesnt seem too ripoff-ish....Thoughts.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 110,041
    jm10183 said:

    Michaell said:


    kyfdx said:

    jm10183 said:

    Unfortunately the brake job at dealership w/ OEM parts - is super expensive, $1850ish give or take for FULL brake job. People saying it happens around 25-35k. Plus Audi OEM pads have a lot of metallic particles (the reason for heavy brake dust) and they wear out the rotors rather quickly.

    Dallas is known for unusually terrible streets around where I live - Potholes, constant construction, etc. So you are almost for sure having to replace at least 2 tires (very conservative) in 3.5 years, and maybe more in reality. 400 per tire and your at 800.

    2511 - 800(tires) - 1850(brake job) = -139. Figured it was unfortunately worth it but it still not pumped about the extra 60 bucks per month. Thoughts?

    Road hazard protection isn't going to pay for new tires, if you wear yours out..

    I've been driving my current car with 18" summer tires and 17" winter tires for six years, and have had exactly one tire failure.... on a winter tire that was already on its last month of use.

    $60 X 36 months = $2160. If you pay that much, you'll be hoping for tire and brake failures... that's no way to go..

     The original poster was looking at the 42 month lease, which makes his tire and brake insurance even that much more expensive… 

    And thats why I'm canceling both ;) Just as a reference point. Do most people buy Audi Care when they lease. Its doesnt seem too ripoff-ish....Thoughts.

    AudiCare represents a good value, given the service costs incurred during a lease. Can't tell you how many folks interested in a lease on these boards ultimately get it, however.

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  • poopspoops Posts: 124
    Any new lease incentives on the S4 ('15 & '16) for March?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 110,041
    poops said:

    Any new lease incentives on the S4 ('15 & '16) for March?

    Trim? Lease term and miles per year?

    No 2015 numbers.

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  • poopspoops Posts: 124
    Michaell said:

    poops said:

    Any new lease incentives on the S4 ('15 & '16) for March?

    Trim? Lease term and miles per year?

    No 2015 numbers.
    Sorry... Premium Plus, 36 mos, & 10k miles.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 110,041
    poops said:

    Michaell said:

    poops said:

    Any new lease incentives on the S4 ('15 & '16) for March?

    Trim? Lease term and miles per year?

    No 2015 numbers.
    Sorry... Premium Plus, 36 mos, & 10k miles.

    .00064 and 56%

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  • poopspoops Posts: 124
    Any new incentives on S4 leases for the month of April?

    I'm specifically looking for figures for a 2016 S4 Premium Plus lease for 36 months & 7.5k miles. Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 119,729
    poops said:

    Any new incentives on S4 leases for the month of April?

    I'm specifically looking for figures for a 2016 S4 Premium Plus lease for 36 months & 7.5k miles. Thanks!

    .00045 MF and 56% residual

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  • guero235guero235 Posts: 10
    Looking for mf and residual for 2016 S4 prestige for 36 month 30k miles

    Thanks!
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