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2018 Audi S5 Lease Deals and Prices

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  • jps7450jps7450 Posts: 5
    Thank you to all for this valuable forum!
    In Texas, I have an initial lease offer on a 2018 S5 Coupe, Premium Plus:
    10% off MSRP and $3k off sales tax
    $60,495 + TT&L
    mf .00190
    36 month/ 12k miles
    residual 58% with Audi care

    Does this sound like a good deal? The mf seemed high to me and they have not run my credit yet which is 750+

    Thank you again.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,473
    jps7450 said:

    Thank you to all for this valuable forum!
    In Texas, I have an initial lease offer on a 2018 S5 Coupe, Premium Plus:
    10% off MSRP and $3k off sales tax
    $60,495 + TT&L
    mf .00190
    36 month/ 12k miles
    residual 58% with Audi care

    Does this sound like a good deal? The mf seemed high to me and they have not run my credit yet which is 750+

    Thank you again.

    Base MF is .00102.

    .00190 is the base MF for the SportBack. Either they made a mistake (unlikely), or they are marking up the money factor (likely).

    Sales tax credits are a big deal in Texas, of course. But, not if you have to give the money back in a marked up money factor.

    Did they quote a payment?

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  • How do I go about finding the base Money Factor & the Residual Value for an S5 Coupe & Sportback in the greater Los Angeles area?
  • jps7450jps7450 Posts: 5
    edited March 2018
    Yes, they quoted payments of:
    $701 w/ $6,500 down
    $672 w/ $7,500 down
    $597 w/ $10,000 down

    I'm also considering single pay - that quote was $31,682.52

    Another dealer has agreed to match the 10% discount and tax credit and probably beat it by $500, but I don't have the payments on that yet.

    I still have to get some dealer add-ons out of the deal as well.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    johnmaher said:

    How do I go about finding the base Money Factor & the Residual Value for an S5 Coupe & Sportback in the greater Los Angeles area?

    What trim level?

    What lease term and how many miles per year?

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    jps7450 said:

    Yes, they quoted payments of:
    $701 w/ $6,500 down
    $672 w/ $7,500 down
    $597 w/ $10,000 down

    I'm also considering single pay - that quote was $31,682.52

    Another dealer has agreed to match the 10% discount and tax credit and probably beat it by $500, but I don't have the payments on that yet.

    I still have to get some dealer add-ons out of the deal as well.

    Yikes - those are some pretty high up front amounts.

    We suggest only paying the first payment and registration costs at signing.

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  • jps7450jps7450 Posts: 5
    Michaell said:

    jps7450 said:

    Yes, they quoted payments of:
    $701 w/ $6,500 down
    $672 w/ $7,500 down
    $597 w/ $10,000 down

    I'm also considering single pay - that quote was $31,682.52

    Another dealer has agreed to match the 10% discount and tax credit and probably beat it by $500, but I don't have the payments on that yet.

    I still have to get some dealer add-ons out of the deal as well.

    Yikes - those are some pretty high up front amounts.

    We suggest only paying the first payment and registration costs at signing.
    Yes, I hate monthly payments, so I asked for a higher up front payment.
    I'm also considering switching to Prestige, but as I learned from these forums, the residual will be lower.
    Is securing base mf realistic? I talked to one dealer today who said that base on a Prestige is .00118 and they add .00080 to arrive at .00198. For a single pay, they mark up .00040 for .00158
  • Michaell said:
    How do I go about finding the base Money Factor & the Residual Value for an S5 Coupe & Sportback in the greater Los Angeles area?
    What trim level? What lease term and how many miles per year?

    36 Months / 10K Miles Per Year

    Looking at the Premium Plus and the Prestige.


  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,473
    jps7450 said:

    Michaell said:

    jps7450 said:

    Yes, they quoted payments of:
    $701 w/ $6,500 down
    $672 w/ $7,500 down
    $597 w/ $10,000 down

    I'm also considering single pay - that quote was $31,682.52

    Another dealer has agreed to match the 10% discount and tax credit and probably beat it by $500, but I don't have the payments on that yet.

    I still have to get some dealer add-ons out of the deal as well.

    Yikes - those are some pretty high up front amounts.

    We suggest only paying the first payment and registration costs at signing.
    Yes, I hate monthly payments, so I asked for a higher up front payment.
    I'm also considering switching to Prestige, but as I learned from these forums, the residual will be lower.
    Is securing base mf realistic? I talked to one dealer today who said that base on a Prestige is .00118 and they add .00080 to arrive at .00198. For a single pay, they mark up .00040 for .00158
    Seems strange to lease, if you hate monthly payments.. ;)

    .00118 is the convertible base money factor.
    The coupe is .00102 MF
    Insist on the base rate, or shop around. Those markups are egregious, especially the higher one, and not only that, they are basing them on a bogus money factor that is already higher than the base.

    You are correct... on the coupe, the Prestige residual is 3% lower. That is a $50 bump in payment, before accounting for the higher list price.

    You will be much better off doing a single-pay lease, if you have the funds, than making a large CAP reduction.

    When you start talking price with other dealers, tell them you insist on the base money factor, so they should quote you prices based on that.

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

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  • jps7450jps7450 Posts: 5
    kyfdx said:

    jps7450 said:

    Michaell said:

    jps7450 said:

    Yes, they quoted payments of:
    $701 w/ $6,500 down
    $672 w/ $7,500 down
    $597 w/ $10,000 down

    I'm also considering single pay - that quote was $31,682.52

    Another dealer has agreed to match the 10% discount and tax credit and probably beat it by $500, but I don't have the payments on that yet.

    I still have to get some dealer add-ons out of the deal as well.

    Yikes - those are some pretty high up front amounts.

    We suggest only paying the first payment and registration costs at signing.
    ....
    .00118 is the convertible base money factor.
    The coupe is .00102 MF
    Insist on the base rate, or shop around. Those markups are egregious, especially the higher one, and not only that, they are basing them on a bogus money factor that is already higher than the base.
    ...

    When you start talking price with other dealers, tell them you insist on the base money factor, so they should quote you prices based on that.
    Thank you SO much! I went back to the dealers and asked if maybe they used the mf from another body style by mistake and sure enough, we are now at base mf of 0.00102! I worried that they would deny that mf and ask me for my source, but they didn't even ask.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,473
    jps7450 said:

    kyfdx said:

    jps7450 said:

    Michaell said:

    jps7450 said:

    Yes, they quoted payments of:
    $701 w/ $6,500 down
    $672 w/ $7,500 down
    $597 w/ $10,000 down

    I'm also considering single pay - that quote was $31,682.52

    Another dealer has agreed to match the 10% discount and tax credit and probably beat it by $500, but I don't have the payments on that yet.

    I still have to get some dealer add-ons out of the deal as well.

    Yikes - those are some pretty high up front amounts.

    We suggest only paying the first payment and registration costs at signing.
    ....
    .00118 is the convertible base money factor.
    The coupe is .00102 MF
    Insist on the base rate, or shop around. Those markups are egregious, especially the higher one, and not only that, they are basing them on a bogus money factor that is already higher than the base.
    ...

    When you start talking price with other dealers, tell them you insist on the base money factor, so they should quote you prices based on that.
    Thank you SO much! I went back to the dealers and asked if maybe they used the mf from another body style by mistake and sure enough, we are now at base mf of 0.00102! I worried that they would deny that mf and ask me for my source, but they didn't even ask.
    Good luck with the deal!

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Can I get the base Money Factor & the Residual Value for an S5 Coupe & Sportback in the greater Los Angeles area?

    Looking at either the Premium Plus or Prestige coupe with a 36Months @ 10K Miles per year lease.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    johnmaher said:

    Can I get the base Money Factor & the Residual Value for an S5 Coupe & Sportback in the greater Los Angeles area?

    Looking at either the Premium Plus or Prestige coupe with a 36Months @ 10K Miles per year lease.

    Coupe - .00102 and 58% (P+) or 55% (Prestige)
    SB - .00190 and 62% (P+) or 60% (Prestige)
    $1000 loyalty

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  • ocd2400ocd2400 Posts: 7
    This is great information, thank you!

    I am also buying a S5 sportback, premium+, 36mo/10k lease in Orange County / Los Angeles. Do the MF and residual values differ in OC compared to LA? It seems some dealers are heavily discounting S5 this week — manufacturer to dealer incentives must be strong? 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    ocd2400 said:

    This is great information, thank you!

    I am also buying a S5 sportback, premium+, 36mo/10k lease in Orange County / Los Angeles. Do the MF and residual values differ in OC compared to LA? It seems some dealers are heavily discounting S5 this week — manufacturer to dealer incentives must be strong? 

    No difference between LA and OC - both are in the Western region.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,473
    ocd2400 said:

    This is great information, thank you!

    I am also buying a S5 sportback, premium+, 36mo/10k lease in Orange County / Los Angeles. Do the MF and residual values differ in OC compared to LA? It seems some dealers are heavily discounting S5 this week — manufacturer to dealer incentives must be strong? 

    .00190 MF and 62% residual

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • jfbruinjfbruin Posts: 11
    ocd2400 said:

    It seems some dealers are heavily discounting S5 this week — manufacturer to dealer incentives must be strong? 

    What type of deals are you seeing on the S5 Sportback in southern CA?

  • Can you provide info on the 2018 RS5? 36/10.
    Thinking it may be better to buy, but want to check out lease info and maybe it’s like an M4.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943

    Can you provide info on the 2018 RS5? 36/10.
    Thinking it may be better to buy, but want to check out lease info and maybe it’s like an M4.

    .00228 and 61%

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  • Is there a 39/10 or 42/10?

    thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943

    Is there a 39/10 or 42/10?

    thanks!

    Yep....

    .00248 and 59% / 57%

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  • jps7450jps7450 Posts: 5
    Deals to be had this month in Houston on S5. Every dealer matching 10% off MSRP, $3k tax credit. Was finally able to get base money factor, so I’m done shopping. 
  • ocd2400ocd2400 Posts: 7
    jfbruin said:

    ocd2400 said:

    It seems some dealers are heavily discounting S5 this week — manufacturer to dealer incentives must be strong? 

    What type of deals are you seeing on the S5 Sportback in southern CA?

    9-10% discount off Msrp
    Audi base rates of RV 62% and MF 0.00190 for S5 sportback premium plus on 36mo/10k lease.

  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    Can I please get the residual and mf for S5/premium plus, for 36/15 for NY (Long Island); and also the typical discount %, if you have this information. Thanks. 
  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    For sport back please 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    babarzia said:

    Can I please get the residual and mf for S5/premium plus, for 36/15 for NY (Long Island); and also the typical discount %, if you have this information. Thanks. 

    babarzia said:

    For sport back please 

    .00194 and 58%
    $1000 loyalty

    We suggest you target 6% off MSRP.

    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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  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    Michaell said:
    Can I please get the residual and mf for S5/premium plus, for 36/15 for NY (Long Island); and also the typical discount %, if you have this information. Thanks. 
    For sport back please 
    .00194 and 58% $1000 loyalty We suggest you target 6% off MSRP.
    Thanks for your response. I have an additional question. In NY atleast they do let you lease from outside banks or credit unions, which may have better mf and residual values. What is your valued opinion and experience, as far as leasing from sources other than directly from Audi. 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    babarzia said:


    Michaell said:

    babarzia said:

    Can I please get the residual and mf for S5/premium plus, for 36/15 for NY (Long Island); and also the typical discount %, if you have this information. Thanks. 

    babarzia said:

    For sport back please 

    .00194 and 58%
    $1000 loyalty

    We suggest you target 6% off MSRP.

    Thanks for your response. I have an additional question. In NY atleast they do let you lease from outside banks or credit unions, which may have better mf and residual values. What is your valued opinion and experience, as far as leasing from sources other than directly from Audi. 

    3rd party banks may offer better numbers, but they aren't as invested in you as a repeat customer, so the end of lease scrutiny may be harsher, leading to more charges.

    In this case, I'd stick with AFS.

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  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    Thanks Again 
  • Hi looking for the incentives, mf, residual on a 12/36 lease of an S5 Sportsback on both p/p+ in southern ca

    Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,473

    Hi looking for the incentives, mf, residual on a 12/36 lease of an S5 Sportsback on both p/p+ in southern ca

    Thanks!

    .00194 MF and 60%/58% residual for Premium+/Prestige

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,473

    Hi looking for the incentives, mf, residual on a 12/36 lease of an S5 Sportsback on both p/p+ in southern ca

    Thanks!

    .00194 MF and 60%/58% residual for Premium+/Prestige

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Can I get the RS5 lease rates for 36,39,42/10.
    thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943

    Can I get the RS5 lease rates for 36,39,42/10.
    thanks!

    36/10 - .00235 and 60%
    39/10 - .00255 and 58%
    42/10 - .00255 and 56%
    $1000 loyalty

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  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    edited April 2018
    A dealer in Long Island just told me that they have an official 3 month audi lease pull ahead program right now on offer. I suspect this to be not true, and just a tactic to get me into the dealership; or there is an official Audi pull ahead program ?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    babarzia said:

    A dealer in Long Island just told me that they have an official 3 month audi lease pull ahead program right now on offer. I suspect this to be not true, and just a tactic to get me into the dealership; or there is an official Audi pull ahead program ?

    It does exist

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  • jzachjzach Posts: 8
    Could you please give me the residual and MF for a 36 mth/12k and 36/10 lease for the S5 Sportback Prestige
  • mrlandinimrlandini Posts: 2
    edited April 2018
    What's up guys, this place is awesome. Can someone check this deal for me?

    S5 Coupe Prestige
    Carbon trim
    Cavos

    MSRP= $61,850
    Sales Price=$56,528.14 (dealer claiming this price is also invoice but not including acquisition; acquisition = 895)

    36 months - 12k miles/yr - $3000 "driveoff" - SoCal

    53% RV and 0.00093 MF.

    $799.99/m (tax included)

    Would appreciate if you could tell me where your numbers come from. Thanks!
  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    edited April 2018



    A dealer in Long Island just told me that they have an official 3 month audi lease pull ahead program right now on offer. I suspect this to be not true, and just a tactic to get me into the dealership; or there is an official Audi pull ahead program ?

  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    ^ posted pull ahead details in file above. The payment depends on what model Audi you currently lease.
  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    SB/PP/NY

    36/12 MF and residual please 

    just want to compare how different they are from the 36/15 numbers provided earlier by you guys       

    36/15
    .00194 and 58%
    $1000 loyalty
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    jzach said:

    Could you please give me the residual and MF for a 36 mth/12k and 36/10 lease for the S5 Sportback Prestige

    Audi numbers are regional - what state?

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    mrlandini said:

    What's up guys, this place is awesome. Can someone check this deal for me?

    S5 Coupe Prestige
    Carbon trim
    Cavos

    MSRP= $61,850
    Sales Price=$56,528.14 (dealer claiming this price is also invoice but not including acquisition; acquisition = 895)

    36 months - 12k miles/yr - $3000 "driveoff" - SoCal

    53% RV and 0.00093 MF.

    $799.99/m (tax included)

    Would appreciate if you could tell me where your numbers come from. Thanks!

    .00093 and 53%
    $1000 loyalty

    What does the drive off include?

    As is, those prices give me a payment of $743/mo, before tax.

    Your quote is in the ballpark. But, need to know how the $3K breaks down before passing final judgement.

    Our sources are confidential - if we shared, you wouldn't need us! :wink:

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    babarzia said:

    SB/PP/NY

    36/12 MF and residual please 

    just want to compare how different they are from the 36/15 numbers provided earlier by you guys       

    36/15
    .00194 and 58%
    $1000 loyalty

    Those are the 36/15 numbers for the S5 Sportback.

    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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  • babarziababarzia Posts: 18
    Yes Sir and you gave me these 36/15 numbers. I would appreciate 36/12 as well for NY. 
  • Michaell said:

    mrlandini said:

    What's up guys, this place is awesome. Can someone check this deal for me?

    S5 Coupe Prestige
    Carbon trim
    Cavos

    MSRP= $61,850
    Sales Price=$56,528.14 (dealer claiming this price is also invoice but not including acquisition; acquisition = 895)

    36 months - 12k miles/yr - $3000 "driveoff" - SoCal

    53% RV and 0.00093 MF.

    $799.99/m (tax included)

    Would appreciate if you could tell me where your numbers come from. Thanks!

    .00093 and 53%
    $1000 loyalty

    What does the drive off include?

    As is, those prices give me a payment of $743/mo, before tax.

    Your quote is in the ballpark. But, need to know how the $3K breaks down before passing final judgement.

    Our sources are confidential - if we shared, you wouldn't need us! :wink:

    Hah! I respect that..

    Dealer originally said there's a minimum "driveoff" amount (I think it's something like first month's payment and DMV fees maybe). It came out to something like $1700 originally. I then offered to put $3000 up front. From what I'm seeing, it looks like the dealer took the original $1700 and then added $1300 to it. Hope this helps.

    Are any dealers in SoCal doing better than the .00093? Also, is the 5k off MSRP any good? I was hoping to get better numbers than this since there isn't much demand for the coupe. Thanks again!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,473
    babarzia said:

    Yes Sir and you gave me these 36/15 numbers. I would appreciate 36/12 as well for NY. 

    Add 2% to the residual for 12K/yr

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,473
    mrlandini said:

    Michaell said:

    mrlandini said:

    What's up guys, this place is awesome. Can someone check this deal for me?

    S5 Coupe Prestige
    Carbon trim
    Cavos

    MSRP= $61,850
    Sales Price=$56,528.14 (dealer claiming this price is also invoice but not including acquisition; acquisition = 895)

    36 months - 12k miles/yr - $3000 "driveoff" - SoCal

    53% RV and 0.00093 MF.

    $799.99/m (tax included)

    Would appreciate if you could tell me where your numbers come from. Thanks!

    .00093 and 53%
    $1000 loyalty

    What does the drive off include?

    As is, those prices give me a payment of $743/mo, before tax.

    Your quote is in the ballpark. But, need to know how the $3K breaks down before passing final judgement.

    Our sources are confidential - if we shared, you wouldn't need us! :wink:

    Hah! I respect that..

    Dealer originally said there's a minimum "driveoff" amount (I think it's something like first month's payment and DMV fees maybe). It came out to something like $1700 originally. I then offered to put $3000 up front. From what I'm seeing, it looks like the dealer took the original $1700 and then added $1300 to it. Hope this helps.

    Are any dealers in SoCal doing better than the .00093? Also, is the 5k off MSRP any good? I was hoping to get better numbers than this since there isn't much demand for the coupe. Thanks again!
    .00093 is the base MF from AFS.
    If I add $895 for acquisition, then deduct the extra $1300, I get $731/mo.+tax. Which looks about right.

    That seems to be a reasonable deal. Not a cheap car to lease.

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  • kqazi281kqazi281 Posts: 11
    Hi Guys,

    First off thank you for all that you guys do!

    Can I get April 2018 Residual and MF for 2018 Audi S5 P+ (36/12) in Houston, Texas?

    Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,943
    kqazi281 said:

    Hi Guys,

    First off thank you for all that you guys do!

    Can I get April 2018 Residual and MF for 2018 Audi S5 P+ (36/12) in Houston, Texas?

    Thanks!

    What bodystyle?

    Coupe, Convertible or Sportback?

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