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2018 Audi Q5 Lease Deals and Prices

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    mikestern said:

    Please share the MF and Residual for a 2018 Q5 Premium Plus, 36mo/10k in New York. Thank you!

    .00155 MF and 57% residual
    $1000 lease credit

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    carfan22 said:

    hi, what is MF residual for Premium 36/12 and 42/12 in Tampa Bay area. are dealers regularly rolling in the audi care fee of $869 without specifying it?

    .00155 MF and 56% residual
    .00175 MF and 52% residual

    Seems doubtful they would do that.
    There is an $895 acquisition fee
    And, FL dealers are famous for outrageous dealer fees.

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  • wind123wind123 Posts: 1
    Please share the MF and Residual for a 2018 Q5 Prestige, 36mo/12k in Indiana. Thank you
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    wind123 said:

    Please share the MF and Residual for a 2018 Q5 Prestige, 36mo/12k in Indiana. Thank you

    .00155 MF and 54% residual
    $1000 lease bonus

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  • jasonl81jasonl81 Posts: 4
    Hello, I'm looking for MF and residual for premium & prem. plus at 10 and 12k in Southern California.

    Any thoughts on if they'll change for the better in June?


    Thank you!!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    jasonl81 said:

    Hello, I'm looking for MF and residual for premium & prem. plus at 10 and 12k in Southern California.

    Any thoughts on if they'll change for the better in June?


    Thank you!!

    .00155 MF and 57%/56% residual
    $1000 lease bonus
    Either trim.

    No guesses for next month

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  • sukasi01sukasi01 Posts: 3
    edited May 2018
    Hello, I was looking for 2018 Audi Q5 Premium+ in Jacksonville, FL area.
    MSRP: 52k
    Final price:46k (including 1000 bonus)
    Documentation fee: 895
    Title & other fees: 700
    Down: 3k
    Monthly: 638 inclusive taxes (florida tax 7%)
    RV:29135
    Term:36/12
    MF was not given and their sales person was aggressive to close the deal and offered above, where as my offer was 550+ audi care, he said it will not work.

    Any suggestions?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    sukasi01 said:

    Hello, I was looking for 2018 Audi Q5 Premium+ in Jacksonville, FL area.
    MSRP: 52k
    Final price:46k (including 1000 bonus)
    Documentation fee: 895
    Title & other fees: 700
    Down: 3k
    Monthly: 638 inclusive taxes (florida tax 7%)
    RV:29135
    Term:36/12
    MF was not given and their sales person was aggressive to close the deal and offered above, where as my offer was 550+ audi care, he said it will not work.

    Any suggestions?

    .00155 MF and 56% residual
    Is $3000 the full amount due at signing?

    FL dealers are famous for hefty dealer fees and other egregious add-ons. That can kill the benefit of that big discount pretty quickly. The difference between $550 and $638 is $3000, so not a small difference.

    On another note, I recently spent a week in your area, and the weather sucked. Try to fix that. ;)

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  • sukasi01sukasi01 Posts: 3
    sukasi01 said:

    Hello, I was looking for 2018 Audi Q5 Premium+ in Jacksonville, FL area.
    MSRP: 52k
    Final price:46k (including 1000 bonus)
    Documentation fee: 895
    Title & other fees: 700
    Down: 3k
    Monthly: 638 inclusive taxes (florida tax 7%)
    RV:29135
    Term:36/12
    MF was not given and their sales person was aggressive to close the deal and offered above, where as my offer was 550+ audi care, he said it will not work.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks a lot for your quick response, yeah 3Kis full amount due at signing (including documentation fee and other dealer fees)

    I come from Seattle, in Florida to help my cousin buy his first car. You are correct about the add-on's there are a lot of unnecessary add-ons which are not really required. Looks like MF is very high in our case, I gave them a call back to check where they are on the offer.

    Will keep you posted, this is forum is really useful to understand RV,MF, Lease terms. Thanks a ton for keeping many of us educated about the mystery terms dealers use.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    sukasi01 said:

    sukasi01 said:

    Hello, I was looking for 2018 Audi Q5 Premium+ in Jacksonville, FL area.
    MSRP: 52k
    Final price:46k (including 1000 bonus)
    Documentation fee: 895
    Title & other fees: 700
    Down: 3k
    Monthly: 638 inclusive taxes (florida tax 7%)
    RV:29135
    Term:36/12
    MF was not given and their sales person was aggressive to close the deal and offered above, where as my offer was 550+ audi care, he said it will not work.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks a lot for your quick response, yeah 3Kis full amount due at signing (including documentation fee and other dealer fees)

    I come from Seattle, in Florida to help my cousin buy his first car. You are correct about the add-on's there are a lot of unnecessary add-ons which are not really required. Looks like MF is very high in our case, I gave them a call back to check where they are on the offer.

    Will keep you posted, this is forum is really useful to understand RV,MF, Lease terms. Thanks a ton for keeping many of us educated about the mystery terms dealers use.
    I'll give you a pass, then. We were in Seattle on Labor Day last year, and it was 95 F and hazy from the forest fires.

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  • smb0822smb0822 Posts: 5
    Follow up question to my previous post, I've been told by my dealer that Audi discontinued their MSD program "several years ago". Does this seem to be an accurate statement, my research indicates otherwise.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    smb0822 said:

    Follow up question to my previous post, I've been told by my dealer that Audi discontinued their MSD program "several years ago". Does this seem to be an accurate statement, my research indicates otherwise.

    We haven't heard that..

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  • kiera515kiera515 Posts: 11
    Dealer offered
    MSRP 53,235
    Adjusted: 47003
    DLR Service Charge $599
    GA TAX $2912
    Non tax fees $47

    48/15K $693 a month, $1500 down

    MF 0.00217
    residual 47% ($25,020)

    Thinking they are jacking up the MF

    Can I ask for 0.00156? I don't think I can get anymore off the car itself.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    kiera515 said:

    Dealer offered
    MSRP 53,235
    Adjusted: 47003
    DLR Service Charge $599
    GA TAX $2912
    Non tax fees $47

    48/15K $693 a month, $1500 down

    MF 0.00217
    residual 47% ($25,020)

    Thinking they are jacking up the MF

    Can I ask for 0.00156? I don't think I can get anymore off the car itself.

    48 months is just a bad term for this model.
    Stick with 36 or 42 months

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  • kiera515kiera515 Posts: 11
    Thanks. What is the MF/residual for 42 months?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    kiera515 said:

    Thanks. What is the MF/residual for 42 months?

    .00175 MF and 50% residual for 42/15

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  • kiera515kiera515 Posts: 11
    Is it good to ask for
    42mo
    500 down
    590/mo
    In GA?

    Thank you so much for all your help!!!
  • hvsantoshhvsantosh Posts: 2
    edited May 2018


    Hello,

    I put down a $1000 on this Q5 (image attached - Premium Plus MSRP $46475, Sale price $42,187 and a $1000 bonus off the lease down payment) yesterday in 07302. I felt that it was a good deal, please correct me if I'm wrong. MF is 0.00155 and lease payment comes to $486 for a 7500miles/annum lease for 36 months. Down payment of $3800 includes a weird $895 bank fee (not sure if this is standard). Delivery of the vehicle is in 2nd week of June.

    I graduated last year, though I did not get any discount for this (although Audi has some graduate program that offers financing). $1000 off was only on leasing or financing via Audi at 4%. I went for the lease (can still change if anyone recommends to do so)

    Any advice would be recommended. Thank you so much for the help!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    kiera515 said:

    Is it good to ask for
    42mo
    500 down
    590/mo
    In GA?

    Thank you so much for all your help!!!

    I don't give you much hope of that. The Q5 just isn't cheap to lease

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    hvsantosh said:



    Hello,

    I put down a $1000 on this Q5 (image attached - Premium Plus MSRP $46475, Sale price $42,187 and a $1000 bonus off the lease down payment) yesterday in 07302. I felt that it was a good deal, please correct me if I'm wrong. MF is 0.00155 and lease payment comes to $486 for a 7500miles/annum lease for 36 months. Down payment of $3800 includes a weird $895 bank fee (not sure if this is standard). Delivery of the vehicle is in 2nd week of June.

    I graduated last year, though I did not get any discount for this (although Audi has some graduate program that offers financing). $1000 off was only on leasing or financing via Audi at 4%. I went for the lease (can still change if anyone recommends to do so)

    Any advice would be recommended. Thank you so much for the help!

    The AFS acquisition fee is $895.
    We don't have any info on grad incentives

    Do you have a breakdown of the $3800? Is that the total amount due at signing?

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

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  • kiera515kiera515 Posts: 11
    Hi, my employer has a purchase program, the numbers weren’t quite what the dealership already offered me though. Should I ask about it? Also, how do I know if they’ve applied the 1k bonus?
  • hvsantoshhvsantosh Posts: 2
    kyfdx said:

    hvsantosh said:



    Hello,

    I put down a $1000 on this Q5 (image attached - Premium Plus MSRP $46475, Sale price $42,187 and a $1000 bonus off the lease down payment) yesterday in 07302. I felt that it was a good deal, please correct me if I'm wrong. MF is 0.00155 and lease payment comes to $486 for a 7500miles/annum lease for 36 months. Down payment of $3800 includes a weird $895 bank fee (not sure if this is standard). Delivery of the vehicle is in 2nd week of June.

    I graduated last year, though I did not get any discount for this (although Audi has some graduate program that offers financing). $1000 off was only on leasing or financing via Audi at 4%. I went for the lease (can still change if anyone recommends to do so)

    Any advice would be recommended. Thank you so much for the help!

    The AFS acquisition fee is $895.
    We don't have any info on grad incentives

    Do you have a breakdown of the $3800? Is that the total amount due at signing?
    Yes, its a total amount at signing. Its AFS Acquisition fee ($895) + Car Taxes ($2794) + First month payment ($486) + Dealer Fees ($499) - $1000 = $3800. I dont remember if DMV fees were there in that payment or not. The sales didnt want to give me the complete sheet for some reason!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,403
    kiera515 said:

    Hi, my employer has a purchase program, the numbers weren’t quite what the dealership already offered me though. Should I ask about it? Also, how do I know if they’ve applied the 1k bonus?

    It can't hurt. Most purchase programs fix the price; not sure if you can do better on your own.

    The bonus is an Audi to dealer incentive, and likely part of any offer they make to you.

    You want 6% off MSRP, before the incentive.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 117,403
    hvsantosh said:

    kyfdx said:

    hvsantosh said:



    Hello,

    I put down a $1000 on this Q5 (image attached - Premium Plus MSRP $46475, Sale price $42,187 and a $1000 bonus off the lease down payment) yesterday in 07302. I felt that it was a good deal, please correct me if I'm wrong. MF is 0.00155 and lease payment comes to $486 for a 7500miles/annum lease for 36 months. Down payment of $3800 includes a weird $895 bank fee (not sure if this is standard). Delivery of the vehicle is in 2nd week of June.

    I graduated last year, though I did not get any discount for this (although Audi has some graduate program that offers financing). $1000 off was only on leasing or financing via Audi at 4%. I went for the lease (can still change if anyone recommends to do so)

    Any advice would be recommended. Thank you so much for the help!

    The AFS acquisition fee is $895.
    We don't have any info on grad incentives

    Do you have a breakdown of the $3800? Is that the total amount due at signing?
    Yes, its a total amount at signing. Its AFS Acquisition fee ($895) + Car Taxes ($2794) + First month payment ($486) + Dealer Fees ($499) - $1000 = $3800. I dont remember if DMV fees were there in that payment or not. The sales didnt want to give me the complete sheet for some reason!
    Dealers don't want you to have too much information. Kinda makes their job tougher.

    That's a lot of up front cash. Even though it will make the payment higher, we recommend adding the acquisition fee, the dealer fee, and the taxes into the payment. But, you won't be risking that up front cash if the car is stolen or totaled.

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  • sukasi01sukasi01 Posts: 3
    kyfdx said:

    sukasi01 said:

    sukasi01 said:

    Hello, I was looking for 2018 Audi Q5 Premium+ in Jacksonville, FL area.
    MSRP: 52k
    Final price:46k (including 1000 bonus)
    Documentation fee: 895
    Title & other fees: 700
    Down: 3k
    Monthly: 638 inclusive taxes (florida tax 7%)
    RV:29135
    Term:36/12
    MF was not given and their sales person was aggressive to close the deal and offered above, where as my offer was 550+ audi care, he said it will not work.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks a lot for your quick response, yeah 3Kis full amount due at signing (including documentation fee and other dealer fees)

    I come from Seattle, in Florida to help my cousin buy his first car. You are correct about the add-on's there are a lot of unnecessary add-ons which are not really required. Looks like MF is very high in our case, I gave them a call back to check where they are on the offer.

    Will keep you posted, this is forum is really useful to understand RV,MF, Lease terms. Thanks a ton for keeping many of us educated about the mystery terms dealers use.
    I'll give you a pass, then. We were in Seattle on Labor Day last year, and it was 95 F and hazy from the forest fires.
    Yeah last Year was pretty bad with wild fires from Oregon and Canada.
    Btw here is how the final numbers came for the Q5 premium lease.
    Final Price: 46K Including audi case (navera blue, navigation added)
    Acquisition fee, audi financial fee and taxes: 2359
    MF: 0.00155
    RV:57%
    Monthly payment: 617 (including florida tax) However none of the online calculators matched the MF they quoted with the monthly payment. ( I think I need more information how Lease calculator works)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    sukasi01 said:

    kyfdx said:

    sukasi01 said:

    sukasi01 said:

    Hello, I was looking for 2018 Audi Q5 Premium+ in Jacksonville, FL area.
    MSRP: 52k
    Final price:46k (including 1000 bonus)
    Documentation fee: 895
    Title & other fees: 700
    Down: 3k
    Monthly: 638 inclusive taxes (florida tax 7%)
    RV:29135
    Term:36/12
    MF was not given and their sales person was aggressive to close the deal and offered above, where as my offer was 550+ audi care, he said it will not work.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks a lot for your quick response, yeah 3Kis full amount due at signing (including documentation fee and other dealer fees)

    I come from Seattle, in Florida to help my cousin buy his first car. You are correct about the add-on's there are a lot of unnecessary add-ons which are not really required. Looks like MF is very high in our case, I gave them a call back to check where they are on the offer.

    Will keep you posted, this is forum is really useful to understand RV,MF, Lease terms. Thanks a ton for keeping many of us educated about the mystery terms dealers use.
    I'll give you a pass, then. We were in Seattle on Labor Day last year, and it was 95 F and hazy from the forest fires.
    Yeah last Year was pretty bad with wild fires from Oregon and Canada.
    Btw here is how the final numbers came for the Q5 premium lease.
    Final Price: 46K Including audi case (navera blue, navigation added)
    Acquisition fee, audi financial fee and taxes: 2359
    MF: 0.00155
    RV:57%
    Monthly payment: 617 (including florida tax) However none of the online calculators matched the MF they quoted with the monthly payment. ( I think I need more information how Lease calculator works)
    Congrats to your cousin on the new Audi!

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  • kiera515kiera515 Posts: 11
    Dealer came back with this below. Doesn't seem right. Not sure I fully understand the calculator. I put in numbers w/o trade in 47K for price, .00205 MF and $26,617 for residual and I get $647/mo with $500 down.. Are they adding something in for the trade? I'm paying the difference in cash as you can see with the cash down amounts.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    kiera515 said:

    Dealer came back with this below. Doesn't seem right. Not sure I fully understand the calculator. I put in numbers w/o trade in 47K for price, .00205 MF and $26,617 for residual and I get $647/mo with $500 down.. Are they adding something in for the trade? I'm paying the difference in cash as you can see with the cash down amounts.

    Looks like you are $7000 upside down on your trade
    +$599 dealer fee
    +$400 tax
    +$895 acquisition fee
    +$777 1st payment
    -$6500 upfront cash

    That's almost $3200 you have to add to the adjusted CAP cost.

    But, the payment is still too high.
    Plus, your money factor is marked up from .00175

    Why do this, if you are $7K upside down on your current vehicle? If you have $6500 in cash, you can certainly keep making the payments and repairs.

    This is a bad deal, and you are in a bad position to trade.

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  • kiera515kiera515 Posts: 11
    They way I look at it, I’m likely to put another 7k in repairs into my current vehicle before it’s paid off. I’ve already put ~10k in repairs/maintenance into it. Also, when I bought it, I didn’t put anything down, so I feel like I’m just paying it on the backend. I made a bad purchase with my current car. 

    Plus (i know, I know) I just want something new. It might be better to wait the 3 years until it’s paid off, but I’m afraid it won’t be. 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 126,124
    Okay.. it's not my money.. ;)

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