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  • mozzee_mozzee_ Posts: 18
    edited December 2017
    My car is on its way to me from the port. Can I please have the MF and Residual for a 2018 Premium Plus S5 Coupe for December? 36 months, 12K Miles. Maryland.

    Just for comparison sake, can I have the Prestige trim with the same criteria as above as well, please?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    mozzee_ said:

    My car is on its way to me from the port. Can I please have the MF and Residual for a 2018 Premium Plus S5 Coupe for December? 36 months, 12K Miles. Maryland.

    Just for comparison sake, can I have the Prestige trim with the same criteria as above as well, please?

    .00137 and 60%; subtract 2% for Prestige
    $1000 bonus cash
    $1500 loyalty or conquest

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  • My '18 S5 Prestige Coupe is on the water and due to arrive on 12/17, can you please provide the current MF and residual for a 36/7500 lease...I'm in the SF Bay Area.

    I am thinking of adding AudiCare to help with the residual, good idea?

    Thanks in advance for your time!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769

    My '18 S5 Prestige Coupe is on the water and due to arrive on 12/17, can you please provide the current MF and residual for a 36/7500 lease...I'm in the SF Bay Area.

    I am thinking of adding AudiCare to help with the residual, good idea?

    Thanks in advance for your time!

    .00137 MF and 60% residual
    $1000 bonus cash
    $1500 loyalty/conquest

    Yes, adding AudiCare is a good deal. Scheduled maintenance for about $10/mo.

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  • Thanks for that current information, I don't think I qualify for either of the cash rebates, I turned my '15 Jaguar F-Type coupe back in (wasn't on the list) and it's my first Audi.
  • Hi,
    Can I please have the residual & MF for a S5 Sportback Prestige, 7500 mi/year.

    Also, please confirm I'd just add 2% to the residual for Premium Plus?

    Thank you !!!!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    glrfdvw said:

    Hi,
    Can I please have the residual & MF for a S5 Sportback Prestige, 7500 mi/year.

    Also, please confirm I'd just add 2% to the residual for Premium Plus?

    Thank you !!!!

    Assuming 36 months, .00180 and 62%

    Yes, add 2% for P+

    $750 loyalty

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  • In current negotiations in Florida .

    Is below a reasonable lease offer on a the 2018 S5 Coupe quattro triptronic :

    Sticker = $58,200
    Money down (includes 1st pmnt)- $1500
    36 months
    15K miles per year
    Audi care included
    $734 all in with taxes
    Fico over 800
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769
    stegrin said:

    In current negotiations in Florida .

    Is below a reasonable lease offer on a the 2018 S5 Coupe quattro triptronic :

    Sticker = $58,200
    Money down (includes 1st pmnt)- $1500
    36 months
    15K miles per year
    Audi care included
    $734 all in with taxes
    Fico over 800

    .00137 MF and 58% residual, assuming Premium Plus
    $1000 bonus cash
    $1500 loyalty/conquest

    What is the selling price?
    Adjusted CAP cost?

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  • Residual 59%...Adj cap cost=$53,597...selling price $54,545..total rebates=$2500...fees=$2178
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769
    stegrin said:

    Residual 59%...Adj cap cost=$53,597...selling price $54,545..total rebates=$2500...fees=$2178

    Using the base money factor, I get $655/mo.+tax.
    That's $700/mo.

    Looks like they may be bumping the money factor for extra profit. (probably by .00040)

    Other than the money factor bump, it's a reasonable deal.
    Florida dealer fees are nuts.

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  • than you
  • Hi Guys, you have been extremely helpful thanks to the mods!!!!

    Looking for the residual and money factor on a 2018 3.0T Premium Coupe for 39/10K . I know there is $1500 conquest and $1000 Lease cash. Thank you!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769
    jkk7479 said:

    Hi Guys, you have been extremely helpful thanks to the mods!!!!

    Looking for the residual and money factor on a 2018 3.0T Premium Coupe for 39/10K . I know there is $1500 conquest and $1000 Lease cash. Thank you!

    39/10: .00157 MF and 59% residual
    42/10: .00157 MF and 57% residual
    36/10: .00137 MF and 61% residual

    I'd think 36 or 42 months would be better than 39.

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  • kyfdx said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Hi Guys, you have been extremely helpful thanks to the mods!!!!

    Looking for the residual and money factor on a 2018 3.0T Premium Coupe for 39/10K . I know there is $1500 conquest and $1000 Lease cash. Thank you!

    39/10: .00157 MF and 59% residual
    42/10: .00157 MF and 57% residual
    36/10: .00137 MF and 61% residual

    I'd think 36 or 42 months would be better than 39.
    I agree....Looks like 36/10 is the sweet spot.

    My current deal so far looks like this.... Let me know what you think
    MSRP $64,440.00
    Negotiated Price $59,400.00
    Base Cap Cost $56,900.00 ($2500 Rebates)
    Down Payment ($2,000.00)
    Amount owed on trade $4,372.00 (Lease and willing to break early )
    Additions $1,688.00 (Acquisition, Dealer Doc, DMV Fees)
    Net Cap Cost $60,960.00
    Residual 61%
    Money Factor 0.00137
    Interest rate 3.29%
    Lease Term 36
    Residual Amount $39,308.40
    Depreciation $21,651.60
    Dep Payment $601.43
    Rent Charge $137.37
    Pre-Tax Payment $738.80
    Sales Tax 6.875%
    Total Tax with Rebates $2,063.19
    Tax Amount per month $57.31
    Total Payment $796.11

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    jkk7479 said:

    kyfdx said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Hi Guys, you have been extremely helpful thanks to the mods!!!!

    Looking for the residual and money factor on a 2018 3.0T Premium Coupe for 39/10K . I know there is $1500 conquest and $1000 Lease cash. Thank you!

    39/10: .00157 MF and 59% residual
    42/10: .00157 MF and 57% residual
    36/10: .00137 MF and 61% residual

    I'd think 36 or 42 months would be better than 39.
    I agree....Looks like 36/10 is the sweet spot.

    My current deal so far looks like this.... Let me know what you think
    MSRP $64,440.00
    Negotiated Price $59,400.00
    Base Cap Cost $56,900.00 ($2500 Rebates)
    Down Payment ($2,000.00)
    Amount owed on trade $4,372.00 (Lease and willing to break early )
    Additions $1,688.00 (Acquisition, Dealer Doc, DMV Fees)
    Net Cap Cost $60,960.00
    Residual 61%
    Money Factor 0.00137
    Interest rate 3.29%
    Lease Term 36
    Residual Amount $39,308.40
    Depreciation $21,651.60
    Dep Payment $601.43
    Rent Charge $137.37
    Pre-Tax Payment $738.80
    Sales Tax 6.875%
    Total Tax with Rebates $2,063.19
    Tax Amount per month $57.31
    Total Payment $796.11

    I agree with everything in your spreadsheet ... until we get to the taxes.

    What state is this? States handle lease taxes differently. My spreadsheet shows $1828.53 of total tax; not sure why your taxes are ~$240 higher.

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  • Michaell said:

    jkk7479 said:

    kyfdx said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Hi Guys, you have been extremely helpful thanks to the mods!!!!

    Looking for the residual and money factor on a 2018 3.0T Premium Coupe for 39/10K . I know there is $1500 conquest and $1000 Lease cash. Thank you!

    39/10: .00157 MF and 59% residual
    42/10: .00157 MF and 57% residual
    36/10: .00137 MF and 61% residual

    I'd think 36 or 42 months would be better than 39.
    I agree....Looks like 36/10 is the sweet spot.

    My current deal so far looks like this.... Let me know what you think
    MSRP $64,440.00
    Negotiated Price $59,400.00
    Base Cap Cost $56,900.00 ($2500 Rebates)
    Down Payment ($2,000.00)
    Amount owed on trade $4,372.00 (Lease and willing to break early )
    Additions $1,688.00 (Acquisition, Dealer Doc, DMV Fees)
    Net Cap Cost $60,960.00
    Residual 61%
    Money Factor 0.00137
    Interest rate 3.29%
    Lease Term 36
    Residual Amount $39,308.40
    Depreciation $21,651.60
    Dep Payment $601.43
    Rent Charge $137.37
    Pre-Tax Payment $738.80
    Sales Tax 6.875%
    Total Tax with Rebates $2,063.19
    Tax Amount per month $57.31
    Total Payment $796.11

    I agree with everything in your spreadsheet ... until we get to the taxes.

    What state is this? States handle lease taxes differently. My spreadsheet shows $1828.53 of total tax; not sure why your taxes are ~$240 higher.

    I live in NJ. They do taxes a little weird here. The state taxes the depreciation $21,651.60 at 6.875% ($1,488.55) then they have a luxury tax which is 0.0040% of MSRP ($257.76), then they tax the 2500 rebates at 6.875% ($171.88) , then they tax down payment $2000 at 6.875% (137.50), then finally they charge a tire tax of $7.50. All that mess equals the $2063.19. I've confirmed this is how it how it is done with 3 separate manufactures (Lexus, Infiniti, Audi) and several dealers. Sorry for the double post if it shows that way. Computer is acting funny for me.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    jkk7479 said:

    Michaell said:

    jkk7479 said:

    kyfdx said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Hi Guys, you have been extremely helpful thanks to the mods!!!!

    Looking for the residual and money factor on a 2018 3.0T Premium Coupe for 39/10K . I know there is $1500 conquest and $1000 Lease cash. Thank you!

    39/10: .00157 MF and 59% residual
    42/10: .00157 MF and 57% residual
    36/10: .00137 MF and 61% residual

    I'd think 36 or 42 months would be better than 39.
    I agree....Looks like 36/10 is the sweet spot.

    My current deal so far looks like this.... Let me know what you think
    MSRP $64,440.00
    Negotiated Price $59,400.00
    Base Cap Cost $56,900.00 ($2500 Rebates)
    Down Payment ($2,000.00)
    Amount owed on trade $4,372.00 (Lease and willing to break early )
    Additions $1,688.00 (Acquisition, Dealer Doc, DMV Fees)
    Net Cap Cost $60,960.00
    Residual 61%
    Money Factor 0.00137
    Interest rate 3.29%
    Lease Term 36
    Residual Amount $39,308.40
    Depreciation $21,651.60
    Dep Payment $601.43
    Rent Charge $137.37
    Pre-Tax Payment $738.80
    Sales Tax 6.875%
    Total Tax with Rebates $2,063.19
    Tax Amount per month $57.31
    Total Payment $796.11

    I agree with everything in your spreadsheet ... until we get to the taxes.

    What state is this? States handle lease taxes differently. My spreadsheet shows $1828.53 of total tax; not sure why your taxes are ~$240 higher.

    I live in NJ. They do taxes a little weird here. The state taxes the depreciation $21,651.60 at 6.875% ($1,488.55) then they have a luxury tax which is 0.0040% of MSRP ($257.76), then they tax the 2500 rebates at 6.875% ($171.88) , then they tax down payment $2000 at 6.875% (137.50), then finally they charge a tire tax of $7.50. All that mess equals the $2063.19. I've confirmed this is how it how it is done with 3 separate manufactures (Lexus, Infiniti, Audi) and several dealers. Sorry for the double post if it shows that way. Computer is acting funny for me.
    Are you paying the taxes up front, or adding them into the lease payment.

    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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  • Michaell said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Michaell said:

    jkk7479 said:

    kyfdx said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Hi Guys, you have been extremely helpful thanks to the mods!!!!

    Looking for the residual and money factor on a 2018 3.0T Premium Coupe for 39/10K . I know there is $1500 conquest and $1000 Lease cash. Thank you!

    39/10: .00157 MF and 59% residual
    42/10: .00157 MF and 57% residual
    36/10: .00137 MF and 61% residual

    I'd think 36 or 42 months would be better than 39.
    I agree....Looks like 36/10 is the sweet spot.

    My current deal so far looks like this.... Let me know what you think
    MSRP $64,440.00
    Negotiated Price $59,400.00
    Base Cap Cost $56,900.00 ($2500 Rebates)
    Down Payment ($2,000.00)
    Amount owed on trade $4,372.00 (Lease and willing to break early )
    Additions $1,688.00 (Acquisition, Dealer Doc, DMV Fees)
    Net Cap Cost $60,960.00
    Residual 61%
    Money Factor 0.00137
    Interest rate 3.29%
    Lease Term 36
    Residual Amount $39,308.40
    Depreciation $21,651.60
    Dep Payment $601.43
    Rent Charge $137.37
    Pre-Tax Payment $738.80
    Sales Tax 6.875%
    Total Tax with Rebates $2,063.19
    Tax Amount per month $57.31
    Total Payment $796.11

    I agree with everything in your spreadsheet ... until we get to the taxes.

    What state is this? States handle lease taxes differently. My spreadsheet shows $1828.53 of total tax; not sure why your taxes are ~$240 higher.

    I live in NJ. They do taxes a little weird here. The state taxes the depreciation $21,651.60 at 6.875% ($1,488.55) then they have a luxury tax which is 0.0040% of MSRP ($257.76), then they tax the 2500 rebates at 6.875% ($171.88) , then they tax down payment $2000 at 6.875% (137.50), then finally they charge a tire tax of $7.50. All that mess equals the $2063.19. I've confirmed this is how it how it is done with 3 separate manufactures (Lexus, Infiniti, Audi) and several dealers. Sorry for the double post if it shows that way. Computer is acting funny for me.
    Are you paying the taxes up front, or adding them into the lease payment.
    I'm paying most of the taxes up front, hence the $2000 down. I know you guys suggest rolling the taxes into the total monthly amount, correct?
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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    jkk7479 said:

    Michaell said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Michaell said:

    jkk7479 said:

    kyfdx said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Hi Guys, you have been extremely helpful thanks to the mods!!!!

    Looking for the residual and money factor on a 2018 3.0T Premium Coupe for 39/10K . I know there is $1500 conquest and $1000 Lease cash. Thank you!

    39/10: .00157 MF and 59% residual
    42/10: .00157 MF and 57% residual
    36/10: .00137 MF and 61% residual

    I'd think 36 or 42 months would be better than 39.
    I agree....Looks like 36/10 is the sweet spot.

    My current deal so far looks like this.... Let me know what you think
    MSRP $64,440.00
    Negotiated Price $59,400.00
    Base Cap Cost $56,900.00 ($2500 Rebates)
    Down Payment ($2,000.00)
    Amount owed on trade $4,372.00 (Lease and willing to break early )
    Additions $1,688.00 (Acquisition, Dealer Doc, DMV Fees)
    Net Cap Cost $60,960.00
    Residual 61%
    Money Factor 0.00137
    Interest rate 3.29%
    Lease Term 36
    Residual Amount $39,308.40
    Depreciation $21,651.60
    Dep Payment $601.43
    Rent Charge $137.37
    Pre-Tax Payment $738.80
    Sales Tax 6.875%
    Total Tax with Rebates $2,063.19
    Tax Amount per month $57.31
    Total Payment $796.11

    I agree with everything in your spreadsheet ... until we get to the taxes.

    What state is this? States handle lease taxes differently. My spreadsheet shows $1828.53 of total tax; not sure why your taxes are ~$240 higher.

    I live in NJ. They do taxes a little weird here. The state taxes the depreciation $21,651.60 at 6.875% ($1,488.55) then they have a luxury tax which is 0.0040% of MSRP ($257.76), then they tax the 2500 rebates at 6.875% ($171.88) , then they tax down payment $2000 at 6.875% (137.50), then finally they charge a tire tax of $7.50. All that mess equals the $2063.19. I've confirmed this is how it how it is done with 3 separate manufactures (Lexus, Infiniti, Audi) and several dealers. Sorry for the double post if it shows that way. Computer is acting funny for me.
    Are you paying the taxes up front, or adding them into the lease payment.
    I'm paying most of the taxes up front, hence the $2000 down. I know you guys suggest rolling the taxes into the total monthly amount, correct?
    Yes, roll all your taxes into the payment. You think that if the car is stolen or totaled, the state will refund you the pre-paid taxes that you didn't use?

    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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  • Michaell said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Michaell said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Michaell said:

    jkk7479 said:

    kyfdx said:

    jkk7479 said:

    Hi Guys, you have been extremely helpful thanks to the mods!!!!

    Looking for the residual and money factor on a 2018 3.0T Premium Coupe for 39/10K . I know there is $1500 conquest and $1000 Lease cash. Thank you!

    39/10: .00157 MF and 59% residual
    42/10: .00157 MF and 57% residual
    36/10: .00137 MF and 61% residual

    I'd think 36 or 42 months would be better than 39.
    I agree....Looks like 36/10 is the sweet spot.

    My current deal so far looks like this.... Let me know what you think
    MSRP $64,440.00
    Negotiated Price $59,400.00
    Base Cap Cost $56,900.00 ($2500 Rebates)
    Down Payment ($2,000.00)
    Amount owed on trade $4,372.00 (Lease and willing to break early )
    Additions $1,688.00 (Acquisition, Dealer Doc, DMV Fees)
    Net Cap Cost $60,960.00
    Residual 61%
    Money Factor 0.00137
    Interest rate 3.29%
    Lease Term 36
    Residual Amount $39,308.40
    Depreciation $21,651.60
    Dep Payment $601.43
    Rent Charge $137.37
    Pre-Tax Payment $738.80
    Sales Tax 6.875%
    Total Tax with Rebates $2,063.19
    Tax Amount per month $57.31
    Total Payment $796.11

    I agree with everything in your spreadsheet ... until we get to the taxes.

    What state is this? States handle lease taxes differently. My spreadsheet shows $1828.53 of total tax; not sure why your taxes are ~$240 higher.

    I live in NJ. They do taxes a little weird here. The state taxes the depreciation $21,651.60 at 6.875% ($1,488.55) then they have a luxury tax which is 0.0040% of MSRP ($257.76), then they tax the 2500 rebates at 6.875% ($171.88) , then they tax down payment $2000 at 6.875% (137.50), then finally they charge a tire tax of $7.50. All that mess equals the $2063.19. I've confirmed this is how it how it is done with 3 separate manufactures (Lexus, Infiniti, Audi) and several dealers. Sorry for the double post if it shows that way. Computer is acting funny for me.
    Are you paying the taxes up front, or adding them into the lease payment.
    I'm paying most of the taxes up front, hence the $2000 down. I know you guys suggest rolling the taxes into the total monthly amount, correct?
    Yes, roll all your taxes into the payment. You think that if the car is stolen or totaled, the state will refund you the pre-paid taxes that you didn't use?

    LOL....of course they will, don't you know who I am? Just kidding....excellent point and appreciate all your help.
  • Thanks to everyone's advice on this forum. Instead of giving Audi money for taxes, I rolled everything into my payment and instead paid 2 additional payments on my Lexus. I actually saved some money this way. I got the following deal:

    MSRP $64,440.00 Sticker Price of the Vehicle
    Negotiated Price $58,950.00 Negotiated Amount of Vehicle before Incentives
    Base Cap Cost $56,450.00 Negotiated Amount of Vehicle after incentive
    Down Payment $0.00 Amount Paid at Lease Inception
    Amount owed on trade $2,500.00
    Additions $1,787.50 Acquisition Fee, Dealer Doc, DMV, Tire
    Net Cap Cost $60,737.50 Net capitalized cost of vehicle (add taxes+fees, subtract cap cost reduction)
    Residual 61% Percentage of the MSRP that the vehicle is worth at the end of the lease
    Money Factor 0.00137 Used to calculate interest paid ("rent charge") during the lease term
    Interest rate 3.29% Money Factor x 2400
    Lease Term 36 length of lease, in months
    Residual Amount $39,308.40 MSRP x residual %
    Depreciation $21,429.10 Total depreciation (Cap Cost-Residual Value)
    Dep Payment $595.25 Amount of payment for depreciation (cap cost-residual value)/term
    Rent Charge $137.06 Amount of payment for rent charge (cap cost + residual value)* money factor
    Pre-Tax Payment $732.32 Sum of depreciation and rent charge
    Sales Tax 6.875% Local sales tax rate
    Total Tax with Rebates $1,910.39 Estimate
    Tax Amount per month $53.07 Monthly payment * tax rate
    Total Payment $785.38 Monthly payment + tax amount

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769
    @jkk7479 Congrats!

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  • Can you give me the MF and residual for a S5 Cab P+ and Prestige in southern Ca. 36/12. I have an older Lexus. Are they typically ridged on the elegibility requirements for rebates. Is year end a good time to negotiate a good price. Thanks
  • kogumakoguma Posts: 98
    May I have RV/MF for S5 Coupe Prestige 24/10k and 27/10k in MD?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    lexpen64 said:

    Can you give me the MF and residual for a S5 Cab P+ and Prestige in southern Ca. 36/12. I have an older Lexus. Are they typically ridged on the elegibility requirements for rebates. Is year end a good time to negotiate a good price. Thanks

    .00171 and 60% (P+) or 59% (Prestige)
    $1000 bonus cash
    $1500 loyalty or conquest

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    koguma said:

    May I have RV/MF for S5 Coupe Prestige 24/10k and 27/10k in MD?

    Answered in the other thread you posted in.

    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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  • kogumakoguma Posts: 98
    same MF/RV for either 4 door SB and Coupe? :o
    Michaell said:

    koguma said:

    May I have RV/MF for S5 Coupe Prestige 24/10k and 27/10k in MD?

    Answered in the other thread you posted in.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    koguma said:

    same MF/RV for either 4 door SB and Coupe? :o


    Michaell said:

    koguma said:

    May I have RV/MF for S5 Coupe Prestige 24/10k and 27/10k in MD?

    Answered in the other thread you posted in.
    Argh ... helps if I read the whole post.

    S5 Coupe

    .00137 and 66% for 24/10; no 27 month residuals for Audi
    $1000 bonus cash
    $1500 loyalty or conquest

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  • Hello, can you please provide the MF and residual for an S5 SB Prestige, msrp $67,750 in Georgia. Taxes will probably jump up the payment. Looking to finalize this week. Thank you! 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    thehoff26 said:

    Hello, can you please provide the MF and residual for an S5 SB Prestige, msrp $67,750 in Georgia. Taxes will probably jump up the payment. Looking to finalize this week. Thank you! 

    If you can, wait until the new year. GA will be changing their tax structure for leases. Will save you up to $100/mo.

    .00180 and 58% for 36/15
    $750 loyalty

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  • Michaell said:
    Hello, can you please provide the MF and residual for an S5 SB Prestige, msrp $67,750 in Georgia. Taxes will probably jump up the payment. Looking to finalize this week. Thank you! 
    If you can, wait until the new year. GA will be changing their tax structure for leases. Will save you up to $100/mo. .00180 and 58% for 36/15 $750 loyalty
    Thanks for that. Great info, didn’t know that about the leases. I can wait until after the new structure kicks in. Is it much different for 36/12? 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769
    thehoff26 said:


    Michaell said:

    Hello, can you please provide the MF and residual for an S5 SB Prestige, msrp $67,750 in Georgia. Taxes will probably jump up the payment. Looking to finalize this week. Thank you! 
    If you can, wait until the new year. GA will be changing their tax structure for leases. Will save you up to $100/mo.

    .00180 and 58% for 36/15
    $750 loyalty

    Thanks for that. Great info, didn’t know that about the leases. I can wait until after the new structure kicks in. Is it much different for 36/12? 

    Add 2% to residual for 36/12

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Hi there, could I get the MF and residual for a 24mo/20k on a S5 Prestige coupe in Detroit, Michigan?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769
    bond0072 said:

    Hi there, could I get the MF and residual for a 24mo/20k on a S5 Prestige coupe in Detroit, Michigan?

    10K/yr?

    24/10: .00137 MF and 59% residual
    $1000 bonus cash
    $1500 loyalty/conquest

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

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  • Thank you but I was indeed wondering for the 20,000 miles a year! I got a quote from a dealership and I'm trying to work out how good of a deal it is.
  • bond0072bond0072 Posts: 3
    edited December 2017
    If you could also look up the rates for a 36 month/20 thousand mile per year for an s5 coupe prestige in Michigan, that would be really great as well.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769
    bond0072 said:

    Thank you but I was indeed wondering for the 20,000 miles a year! I got a quote from a dealership and I'm trying to work out how good of a deal it is.

    I'm glad you came back... I gave you the wrong numbers. Gave you the 36/10 residuals above.
    15K/yr is the highest mileage allowance that we have numbers for.
    24/15: .00137 MF and 63% residual
    36/15: .00137 MF and 56% residual

    You'll have to check with a dealer for how they handle the extra 5000 mi/yr. It will be a residual reduction, but I'm not sure of the rate.

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

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  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    edited December 2017
    I have a 16 A6, 36/15K lease with AFS in NY (11716), with the turn in date as September 25 2017. 

    Looking to get into an A5 or S5 sportback 24/15K or 36/15K lease. Questions are:

    MF, residual, incentives, and fair monthly payment with nothing down upfront

    and 

    if early turn in is a good idea

    thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    edited December 2017
    babarzia said:

    I have a 16 A6, 36/15K lease with AFS in NY (11716), with the turn in date as September 25 2017. 

    Looking to get into an A5 or S5 sportback 24/15K or 36/15K lease. Questions are:

    MF, residual, incentives, and fair monthly payment with nothing down upfront

    and 

    if early turn in is a good idea

    thanks

    Assuming your turn in date is really 9/25/18, you have too many payments left to get out of your lease without major penalties.

    Best to wait until your current lease is up before shopping for the next deal.

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  • I am mid negotiation on an S5 Cab P+. They are offering the following:
    MSRP: $71,975
    Savings: $6,250
    Selling Price: $65,725
    Rebate: $1,000
    Adj. Sales Price: $64,725

    Customer Cash: $2,000
    Term: 36 Months
    Miles: 10,000
    Payment: $883.81

    It seems I am not eligible for the additional $1500 Loyalty/conquest as my Lexus is too old. Im wondering if there is ever any flexiblilty on these requirements from Audi Finance. My calculations based on the information you provided me previously puts my payment at about $100 less than this so there is a discrepancy. Is the .00171 money factor and 60% residual still in effect? These figures were at 12K. What residual are you showing for 10K?
    Any input would be appreciated.


  • This is southern Ca. Our tax rate is 7.75% and is assessed on the monthly payment.
  • kyfdx said:
    Michaell said:
    Hello, can you please provide the MF and residual for an S5 SB Prestige, msrp $67,750 in Georgia. Taxes will probably jump up the payment. Looking to finalize this week. Thank you! 
    If you can, wait until the new year. GA will be changing their tax structure for leases. Will save you up to $100/mo. .00180 and 58% for 36/15 $750 loyalty
    Thanks for that. Great info, didn’t know that about the leases. I can wait until after the new structure kicks in. Is it much different for 36/12? 
    Add 2% to residual for 36/12
    Some of the dealerships are honoring the new tax rate and are doing the paperwork for Jan. 1, when the new tax rate kicks in. It is a good chunk of savings. I got an offer for a $67,750 msrp, S5 SB Prestige, 36/12, $0 down, with taxes included for $790 a month. I don’t have the breakdown, but does it seem like a good offer? Thanks! 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769
    lexpen64 said:

    I am mid negotiation on an S5 Cab P+. They are offering the following:
    MSRP: $71,975
    Savings: $6,250
    Selling Price: $65,725
    Rebate: $1,000
    Adj. Sales Price: $64,725

    Customer Cash: $2,000
    Term: 36 Months
    Miles: 10,000
    Payment: $883.81

    It seems I am not eligible for the additional $1500 Loyalty/conquest as my Lexus is too old. Im wondering if there is ever any flexiblilty on these requirements from Audi Finance. My calculations based on the information you provided me previously puts my payment at about $100 less than this so there is a discrepancy. Is the .00171 money factor and 60% residual still in effect? These figures were at 12K. What residual are you showing for 10K?
    Any input would be appreciated.


    lexpen64 said:

    This is southern Ca. Our tax rate is 7.75% and is assessed on the monthly payment.

    .00171 MF and 61% residual for 36/10.
    $1000 bonus cash
    $1500 loyalty/conquest.

    The rebate doesn't cost the dealer anything. You either qualify, or you don't.

    Your upfront money probably isn't enough to cover the first payment, acquisition fee and DMV fees. So, the adjusted CAP cost will probably be higher than the $64,725.

    At $64,725, I get $764/mo.+tax... or about $823/mo
    Your quote is about $2000 higher. You have tax on the rebates plus any overage from the fees listed above, and possibly a money factor bump to account for.
    Ask for the adjusted CAP and the money factor.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • The dealer is saying the Residual is 59% and claims that comes right off of the Audi finance sheet. Obviously that make a difference in the payment.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    thehoff26 said:


    kyfdx said:

    thehoff26 said:


    Michaell said:

    Hello, can you please provide the MF and residual for an S5 SB Prestige, msrp $67,750 in Georgia. Taxes will probably jump up the payment. Looking to finalize this week. Thank you! 
    If you can, wait until the new year. GA will be changing their tax structure for leases. Will save you up to $100/mo.

    .00180 and 58% for 36/15
    $750 loyalty

    Thanks for that. Great info, didn’t know that about the leases. I can wait until after the new structure kicks in. Is it much different for 36/12? 
    Add 2% to residual for 36/12

    Some of the dealerships are honoring the new tax rate and are doing the paperwork for Jan. 1, when the new tax rate kicks in. It is a good chunk of savings. I got an offer for a $67,750 msrp, S5 SB Prestige, 36/12, $0 down, with taxes included for $790 a month. I don’t have the breakdown, but does it seem like a good offer? Thanks! 

    What is the selling price?

    $0 down or $0 due at signing?

    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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    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,306
    lexpen64 said:

    The dealer is saying the Residual is 59% and claims that comes right off of the Audi finance sheet. Obviously that make a difference in the payment.

    Confirm both the trim and mileage allowance with the dealer. They cannot alter the residual.

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


    MODERATOR

    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • Michaell said:
    kyfdx said:
    Michaell said:
    Hello, can you please provide the MF and residual for an S5 SB Prestige, msrp $67,750 in Georgia. Taxes will probably jump up the payment. Looking to finalize this week. Thank you! 
    If you can, wait until the new year. GA will be changing their tax structure for leases. Will save you up to $100/mo. .00180 and 58% for 36/15 $750 loyalty
    Thanks for that. Great info, didn’t know that about the leases. I can wait until after the new structure kicks in. Is it much different for 36/12? 
    Add 2% to residual for 36/12
    Some of the dealerships are honoring the new tax rate and are doing the paperwork for Jan. 1, when the new tax rate kicks in. It is a good chunk of savings. I got an offer for a $67,750 msrp, S5 SB Prestige, 36/12, $0 down, with taxes included for $790 a month. I don’t have the breakdown, but does it seem like a good offer? Thanks! 
    What is the selling price? $0 down or $0 due at signing?
    First month due at signing, then they pay the next payment, adjusted cap $62207, which includes Audi care. 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,769
    thehoff26 said:


    Michaell said:


    kyfdx said:


    Michaell said:

    Hello, can you please provide the MF and residual for an S5 SB Prestige, msrp $67,750 in Georgia. Taxes will probably jump up the payment. Looking to finalize this week. Thank you! 
    If you can, wait until the new year. GA will be changing their tax structure for leases. Will save you up to $100/mo.

    .00180 and 58% for 36/15
    $750 loyalty

    Thanks for that. Great info, didn’t know that about the leases. I can wait until after the new structure kicks in. Is it much different for 36/12? 
    Add 2% to residual for 36/12

    Some of the dealerships are honoring the new tax rate and are doing the paperwork for Jan. 1, when the new tax rate kicks in. It is a good chunk of savings. I got an offer for a $67,750 msrp, S5 SB Prestige, 36/12, $0 down, with taxes included for $790 a month. I don’t have the breakdown, but does it seem like a good offer? Thanks! 

    What is the selling price?

    $0 down or $0 due at signing?

    First month due at signing, then they pay the next payment, adjusted cap $62207, which includes Audi care. 

    Yes.. that looks pretty good

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

    Edmunds Moderator

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