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Audi A6 Lease Questions



  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Congratulations on getting such a good deal on your new A6, colonote (which is a really nice car btw). Thanks for taking the time to give back and share the details of your lease with everyone. Make sure to hop on over to the Dealer Ratings & Reviews section of to share your thoughts on your recent dealer experience as well. Enjoy your new ride :shades: .

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi hipo. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 A6 3.2 Sedan with quattro and 15,000 miles per year are .00018 and 45%, respectively. The residual value for a lease with 12,000 miles per year would be 2% higher. The 10k residual value would be 3% higher.

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  • liferulesliferules Posts: 531
    I am a USAA member so I get the car at 1000 under invoice plus any incentives.

    I'm also a USAA member but don't understand what that has to do with getting the car $1000 under invoice. Can you explain? I'd love to get in on that deal...
  • kirby2010kirby2010 Posts: 136
    Good information here but I still have a question. I'm looking at an '08 A6 with premium and nav. Sticker is a bit over $54K. I will likely trade my '01 2.7T w/6-speed. (I really like this car - it's been maintained religiously and always garaged.) Anyway, I was on-line looking and the trade in is about $8,800. If I go with 12,000 miles what can I expect for a monthly payment?
  • adikaadika Posts: 6
    Audi A6 3.2 quatro
    Audi car care
    Premium package
    15 K
    36 months
    Refundable security deposit: $0
    Acquisition fee: capitalized within lease contract ($575)
    First month's payment: $0
    Taxes, title and dealer fees:2900.00
    Monthly payment:590.00
    Exterior Color: Black
    Interior Color: Silver
    The best experience ever- Dealership : Paul Miller in Parsipany,NJ
    Name of salesman: contact me via e-mail :blush:
  • carriestycarriesty Posts: 1
    Currently have an Audi A4 2.0. My lease is due in September. I was in the dealership yesterday to see if my boys car seats would fit in the back seat of the Audi A6. They did! I ended up with the show room Audi A6. This is what I got:
    Not sure if it is a good deal.

    Audi A6 3.2 with Prem package, DVD Navi system, Milano Leather, IPod, Lojack, paint warranty and Audi Care.

    MSRP: $51,065
    Invoice: $47,556
    Cap cost: $45,249
    3 years
    10 K
    Down: $4419
    Monthly payment: $508 (+ CA tax)
    Residual: 48%
    Money Factor quoted at .00018
    They paid off the remainder of my Audi A4 lease

    Did I get an okay deal? I was planning on taking the Audi A6 summer lease at %599, no money down, but it did not come with all the bells and whistles like the one I currently have. It is a beautiful car.
  • sf415sf415 Posts: 1

    newbie here looking to get some advice or thoughts on an audi i'm thinking of leasing. stopped by the dealer to look into leasing an audi a6 quattro. this is the car:

    audi a6 3.2 quattro
    cold weather package
    premium package
    technology package
    lane assist
    sports suspension
    automatic sunshades

    MSRP 57,965
    invoice 54,400
    price before conquest/loyalty incentive 55,732
    price after ccnquest/loyalty incentive 53,232
    price that i was quoted is $843 per month for 36 months (first month is paid by Audi) - this includes CA sales tax already)

    terms of lease:
    36 mos
    10,000 miles per year
    residual 48%
    rate 0.00068 (i see a lot of 0.00018 posted, and asked about that, but the sales person said that since i was getting the $2500 conquest/loyalty incentive from audi finacial, i couldn't get that rate)
    no down payment, first month payment is paid by Audi (audi summer sales event that ends july 2, 2008)

    the dealer also told me that if i add audi cares, it would only be $3 extra per month (is that true?)

    does this sound about right, or do i just have a "naive" sticker plastered across my forehead?

    any feedback would be great!! thanks in advance!
  • wtywty Posts: 4

    How do I reach you by email?
  • crmgrcrmgr Posts: 6
    The loyalty incentive and money factor are not tied together. Dealer can bump rate for a back-end fee.

    Just came off of an A6 lease and priced a new A6. Most of the equipment you ordered with a few variations. MSRP was $57,165.00 with invoice of $53,648.00. With loyalty incentive and adding Audi Care cap cost came to $52,298. Financing the bank fee and dealer doc fee brought it to $53,123.00. Money factor was .00018 and payment without tax came to $759.49 and with tax $807.37. This was for a 36 month 15,000 mile a year lease. Adding Audi Care to the cap cost adds 1% to the residual, so it's pretty much a wash on anything over $53,000.00.

    You may want to price the same auto at another dealer and see what they come up with on the financing end.
  • zkaudiozkaudio Posts: 60
    Anyone have lease #'s for July / August?


  • nic5nic5 Posts: 1
    I just leased a 2008 Audi A6 quattro for $565/mo. with $5K down. Has premium package, i pod and 19" 7 spoke alloy wheels. MSRP on the car was $53,800. Did I get a good deal. I think I did, but I'm just checking for my own sanity.
  • Adika,

    Sounds like you got a great deal. I live in the Jersey Area and would love to talk to your dealer. Your email address is hidden. How do I get in touch with you so that I can get salesman name?

  • s_js_j Posts: 2
    Audi has listed a new offer on the A6 until 9/2
    $489* lease per month

    although this is for an MSRP of $45,275 MSRP for the 2008 Audi A6 3.2 FSI V6 with quattro all-wheel drive, 6-speed automatic transmission w/Tiptronic, Premium Package and destination charge

    over $550 a month seems like a lot with 5K down
  • bigjer2bigjer2 Posts: 4
    Hi ,
    My Audi , 2006 A6 3.2 Quattro is going off lease this December. (under 30,000 miles) I absolutely LOVE this car and have had ZERO problems with it. The issue at hand is ; Would it be a wise choice to buy this vehicle for the residual of around $24,000? It will have a full year left on the Audi (all-inclusive) Warranty. I have mixed feelings because of some horror stories I read here about high maintenance and repair costs. I was considering a extended warranty for 5 yrs and 85,000 miles (bumper to bumper) but they run around $3000+.

    Can anyone enlighten me ?
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi zkaudio. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Audi A6 3.2 Sedan and 15,000 miles per year are .00042 and 45%, respectively.

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  • ctr8ctr8 Posts: 10

    I'm suppose to return my 2007 A4 in December.
    I was contacted by a dealer (NJ) to return my car now and they would pay the remaining payments on top of giving me different incentives. Here is the deal i got:
    2008 A6 3.2 quattro
    36 months
    Premium Package

    MSRP 50,47

    I can have it for $555 a month, tax is included.
    Does this sounds like a good deal?

  • ctr8ctr8 Posts: 10
    Forgot to mention that its 0 down. I only have to pay $160 for the fees per the dealer.
  • bagelguybagelguy Posts: 12
    Sounds like a good deal to me. Would you mind emailing me the dealer name and salesperson? I'm in the market for an A6 myself.

  • jms8090jms8090 Posts: 29
    Thanks for all of the info here. I'm interested in a 2008 A6 Quattro, and had a few questions:
    1. At this point in the year, the 2008's are rotting on dealer lots, so how low can the cap cost on the car go? Invoice minus $2500 or so (incentive) or has anyone seen this go any lower? I'm in Florida, so if anyone has any experience with any Southeast dealers, I'd like to hear about it.

    2. Can you negotiate the over the mileage charges? Dealer says it's .25 per mile.

    3. With residuals also in the dirt, I'd imagine that comparing a new '09 may make some sense? Any thoughts as to how that may work out? It seems to me that not too many people are spending big bucks on luxury cars right about now.

    4. I've played with some numbers, but I'm sensing that with Nav, Tech pkg, etc, I'm looking at an MSRP of over 51k. I'd like to keep my payment to nothing greater than $550 per month with zero down (except 1st month, title, license. I figure the only way to look at a lease is with everything rolled into the payment. Is there some sort of hidden incentive that Audi will pass along to move these cars as we progress later into the year?

    Thanks in advance for the help.
  • I was just at an Audi dealer in SoCal returning my wife's expired A4 Cab lease (will miss that car...). She replaced it with an Acura MDX. My Infiniti M45 lease expires in December, though, so I asked a few questions just to get an idea of where things stand with the A4s and A6s. Dealer said that they are unloading both "well below invoice." According to Edmunds, there's between $2500 and $3000 in "customer cash" incentives available on the A6, depending on whether you are a current AFS customer. I don't know if they are selling below invoice without these incentives or not.
  • I found the following deal for a 2008 A6 with 2500 from audi conquest plus 500 Audi loyalty:

    1000.00 out-of-pocket
    15k mileage
    690.00 per month
    Nav,Ipod,premium pkg, technolgy pkg, Audi-care main included
  • ctr8ctr8 Posts: 10
    Here is what i got when trying to negotiate between two dealers:
    I'll return my leased A4 and they will pay my remaining 3 payments.
    I'll take an A6 with premium package (nav + ipod)
    36 Months
    2600 out of pocket (all the fees, taxes, first month)
    $480 a month

    Is this a good deal?

  • ctr8ctr8 Posts: 10
    Palisades Audi. I am pretty happy with them so far.
  • twodomestwodomes Posts: 57
    Hey Al,

    Seems similar to an offer I got:

    08 A6 CVT w/ ipod, premium, and nav
    selling price: 38750
    MF: .00043
    res: 60% (10K miles/yr, no audi care)
    Term: 24 months
    $0 down and $545/mo inc. CA tax

    I still think the selling price might be a bit high, as there's supposed to be $2000 cash available on this car plus $500 for being a current AFS customer.

    I am thinking going 36 months might be better, as it would make the payments $515/mo (based on the MF and residual on here...still need to confirm w/ dealer).

    Your total cost for 3 years would be $19400. Mine would be $18540, so maybe you can still get them down more.

    I can't decide whether to go for it or wait til my lease runs out in 3 months and try to get into an 09 A4 for lower cost. Unsure if they'll be making deals on it at the end of Nov. though when its only out for a couple months.
  • bagelguybagelguy Posts: 12
    A6 Quattro with prem pkg, nav, cold weather, Ipod dock.
    MSRP 47,365
    sell price 44,484
    cust cash -2500
    loyalty - 500
    residual 45%
    money factor .00042
    sales tax 8.375%
    15k per yr
    36 months
    $659 per month
    up front - 1st month,bank fee, dmv,etc $1300
  • Anyone have any info on what Audi is offering for lease or financing on a CPO 2007 or 2008 S6? I'm going for a test drive this weekend, and would like to know what to expect if we get to talking numbers. Thanks.
  • car man, im loking at a new A4, dealer said they are giving great rates on 08 A6 though, so I need to know the current rates? 36/10k
  • Hey Twodomes-
    Where did you get that quote from? I'm in CA as well and my a4 is coming up in nov. I too am torn between the 09 a4 or the 08 a6. That sounds just about what I'm looking for. Especially since in 2011 a new a6 is to be released. What was the price before tax. Any help is MUCH appreciated.
    Cheers, Andy
  • hey andy,

    it was santa monica audi's fleet manager. but i believe the deal ended september 2. selling price before tax was $38750. could you clarify what you mean by "Especially since in 2011 a new a6 is to be released." Does the release of a new version in a couple years mean its good or bad for getting an 08??
  • 2domes
    Well in my personal opinion its a good thing since you'll have the "newest" style for at least 2 years. Then a complete redesign is scheduled for 2011 just in time to drop off the old one and pick up the newest version or maybe even the new A7.
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