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2018 Audi S6 Lease Deals and Prices

kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515
edited September 2017 in Audi
Ask your 2018 S6 questions here! Get info about prices, deals, incentives, and payments.

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  • scancellscancell Posts: 20
    Do you have the program for this month?

    Premium plus
    36mo/12000mi

    Any incentives for florida 34110

    Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515
    scancell said:

    Do you have the program for this month?

    Premium plus
    36mo/12000mi

    Any incentives for florida 34110

    Thanks

    No lease info on the 2018 model.

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  • Hello,

    I am being offered a factory order for a 2018 S6, P+ at Invoice + any incentives offered at the time of delivery. "Invoice" is a loose term these days but I have verified I am being offered the 2018 order guide invoice price.

    Is this a good deal for a factory order?
    Should I/ can I do better?

    Thank you.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515

    Hello,

    I am being offered a factory order for a 2018 S6, P+ at Invoice + any incentives offered at the time of delivery. "Invoice" is a loose term these days but I have verified I am being offered the 2018 order guide invoice price.

    Is this a good deal for a factory order?
    Should I/ can I do better?

    Thank you.

    If it's a lease, you should ask them to guarantee you the base money factor at time of delivery, as well.

    In my experience, invoice is MSRP minus 6% on an Audi. Is that close to their price?

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  • kyfdx said:

    Hello,

    I am being offered a factory order for a 2018 S6, P+ at Invoice + any incentives offered at the time of delivery. "Invoice" is a loose term these days but I have verified I am being offered the 2018 order guide invoice price.

    Is this a good deal for a factory order?
    Should I/ can I do better?

    Thank you.

    If it's a lease, you should ask them to guarantee you the base money factor at time of delivery, as well.

    In my experience, invoice is MSRP minus 6% on an Audi. Is that close to their price?
    Got it, will ask to guarantee base money factor.
    MSRP for the spec I am looking to build is $78,600, I was quoted at $73,170 (which is exactly how Invoice is priced on the order guide I have) so looks like 7%.
    Is this a good deal?
    Aside from an inflated MF, is there another catch to watch out for?

    Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515

    kyfdx said:

    Hello,

    I am being offered a factory order for a 2018 S6, P+ at Invoice + any incentives offered at the time of delivery. "Invoice" is a loose term these days but I have verified I am being offered the 2018 order guide invoice price.

    Is this a good deal for a factory order?
    Should I/ can I do better?

    Thank you.

    If it's a lease, you should ask them to guarantee you the base money factor at time of delivery, as well.

    In my experience, invoice is MSRP minus 6% on an Audi. Is that close to their price?
    Got it, will ask to guarantee base money factor.
    MSRP for the spec I am looking to build is $78,600, I was quoted at $73,170 (which is exactly how Invoice is priced on the order guide I have) so looks like 7%.
    Is this a good deal?
    Aside from an inflated MF, is there another catch to watch out for?

    Thanks
    Yes.. that's a good deal.
    Ask them about dealer/doc fees, etc..

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  • kyfdx said:


    Yes.. that's a good deal.
    Ask them about dealer/doc fees, etc..


    Fees sound standard ($138 Doc Fee, $140 Registration, title fee, taxes etc.).
    According to the sales rep there is NO Dealer or Acquisition fee. How can that be?

    I will be placing an order Monday.
    Thank you very much so far. I will ask for further assistance when the car is inbound to confirm lease numbers and incentives.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515

    kyfdx said:


    Yes.. that's a good deal.
    Ask them about dealer/doc fees, etc..


    Fees sound standard ($138 Doc Fee, $140 Registration, title fee, taxes etc.).
    According to the sales rep there is NO Dealer or Acquisition fee. How can that be?

    I will be placing an order Monday.
    Thank you very much so far. I will ask for further assistance when the car is inbound to confirm lease numbers and incentives.
    Every AFS lease has an $895 acquisition fee. When you get info like that, it should make you pause and re-evaluate everything else they tell you.

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  • blackhawk123blackhawk123 Posts: 18
    edited July 2017
    kyfdx said:

    kyfdx said:


    Every AFS lease has an $895 acquisition fee. When you get info like that, it should make you pause and re-evaluate everything else they tell you.
    Yes I agree, generally speaking I do take 100% of what a car sales rep says with a grain of salt but perhaps the lack of knowledge is also a contributing factor here.
    He may be new or not that honest... but wouldn't you agree that simply the fact that his sales manager agreed to invoice pricing on a factory order, and they have presented it to me with a dealership signed order draft is a good start?

    I will proceed with caution, ask again and try to get a sample of lease/ finance agreement to look for any unexplained fees/ charges.

    Thank you again for your advice and information.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515

    kyfdx said:

    kyfdx said:


    Every AFS lease has an $895 acquisition fee. When you get info like that, it should make you pause and re-evaluate everything else they tell you.
    Yes I agree, generally speaking I do take 100% of what a car sales rep says with a grain of salt but perhaps the lack of knowledge is also a contributing factor here.
    He may be new or not that honest... but wouldn't you agree that simply the fact that his sales manager agreed to invoice pricing on a factory order, and they have presented it to me with a dealership signed order draft is a good start?

    I will proceed with caution, ask again and try to get a sample of lease/ finance agreement to look for any unexplained fees/ charges.

    Thank you again for your advice and information.
    Yes, it's a good start

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  • bobbymabobbyma NYPosts: 24
    Good evening, may I have Lease number/deals for S6 2018 P+ in New York, 36/7500.
    Thank you.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040
    bobbyma said:

    Good evening, may I have Lease number/deals for S6 2018 P+ in New York, 36/7500.
    Thank you.
    .00100 and 53%

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  • Hi, may I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in SF Bay Area. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals 

    thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040
    jonnyindy said:

    Hi, may I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in SF Bay Area. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals 

    thank you

    .00100 and 49% for 36/15

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  • Michaell said:
    Hi, may I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in SF Bay Area. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals 

    thank you
    .00100 and 49% for 36/15
    Thank You. 

    Dealer is quoting
    42months/10k miles
    2500 due at signing 
    $1278/month inc 8.25% tax

    thoughts on this offer?

    much appreciated 
     

  • jonnyindy said:
    Michaell said:
    Hi, may I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in SF Bay Area. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals 

    thank you
    .00100 and 49% for 36/15
    Thank You. 

    Dealer is quoting
    42months/10k miles
    2500 due at signing 
    $1278/month inc 8.25% tax

    thoughts on this offer?

    much appreciated 
     
    MSRP is $81k and change. 

    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040
    jonnyindy said:



    jonnyindy said:


    Michaell said:

    jonnyindy said:

    Hi, may I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in SF Bay Area. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals 

    thank you

    .00100 and 49% for 36/15

    Thank You. 

    Dealer is quoting
    42months/10k miles
    2500 due at signing 
    $1278/month inc 8.25% tax

    thoughts on this offer?

    much appreciated 
     

    MSRP is $81k and change. 

    Thanks

    And the selling price?

    What does the $2500 up front cover?

    .00120 and 48% for 42/10

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  • Michaell said:

    jonnyindy said:



    jonnyindy said:


    Michaell said:

    jonnyindy said:

    Hi, may I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in SF Bay Area. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals 

    thank you

    .00100 and 49% for 36/15

    Thank You. 

    Dealer is quoting
    42months/10k miles
    2500 due at signing 
    $1278/month inc 8.25% tax

    thoughts on this offer?

    much appreciated 
     

    MSRP is $81k and change. 

    Thanks

    And the selling price?

    What does the $2500 up front cover?

    .00120 and 48% for 42/10

    Selling price is 74k, and his monthly has come down to 1137. He’s saying money factor is .00195 for 42/10?? 2500 is supposedly drive off, plus some cap cost reduction I guess.

    Thinking about how to counter.....

    Appreciate the help :)

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040
    jonnyindy said:

    Michaell said:

    jonnyindy said:



    jonnyindy said:


    Michaell said:

    jonnyindy said:

    Hi, may I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in SF Bay Area. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals 

    thank you

    .00100 and 49% for 36/15

    Thank You. 

    Dealer is quoting
    42months/10k miles
    2500 due at signing 
    $1278/month inc 8.25% tax

    thoughts on this offer?

    much appreciated 
     

    MSRP is $81k and change. 

    Thanks
    And the selling price?

    What does the $2500 up front cover?

    .00120 and 48% for 42/10

    Selling price is 74k, and his monthly has come down to 1137. He’s saying money factor is .00195 for 42/10?? 2500 is supposedly drive off, plus some cap cost reduction I guess.

    Thinking about how to counter.....

    Appreciate the help :)



    Politely tell them you won't sign anything unless it has the base MF.

    Also, get a full breakdown of the $2500 - want to ensure there are no junk fees hiding in there.

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  • Hi, may I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in Seattle Area. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals , looking for 10K , 7.5K numbers

    thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515
    judeb1 said:

    Hi, may I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in Seattle Area. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals , looking for 10K , 7.5K numbers

    thanks

    .00100 MF and 54%/55% residual
    $2000 loyalty/conquest

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  • Hi, any idea about the october numbers.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515
    judeb1 said:

    Hi, any idea about the october numbers.

    New program starts Tuesday. We'll get the numbers at some point, after that.

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

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  • judeb1judeb1 Posts: 21
    did the numbers come in
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515
    judeb1 said:

    did the numbers come in

    2018 S6 Premium Plus
    36/10
    .00081 MF and 53% residual
    $2000 marketing allowance
    $2000 loyalty/conquest

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  • judeb1judeb1 Posts: 21
    thanks, how about the prestige?
  • judeb1judeb1 Posts: 21
    for both 36/10K and 36/7.5K
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515
    judeb1 said:

    thanks, how about the prestige?

    Subtract 2% from Premium Plus residual

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

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515
    judeb1 said:

    for both 36/10K and 36/7.5K

    Add 1% to 36/10 residual for 36/7.5K

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • chio1chio1 Posts: 23
    nice I love the way they went down
  • Hello,
    Can you please advise on residual, MF and incentives for:
    2018 S6 P. Plus, NJ (sold in PA, will be registered in NJ)
    36/ 7500?
    Would you also know the current financing interest rates AFS is offering for top tier?

    Thank you
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040

    Hello,
    Can you please advise on residual, MF and incentives for:
    2018 S6 P. Plus, NJ (sold in PA, will be registered in NJ)
    36/ 7500?
    Would you also know the current financing interest rates AFS is offering for top tier?

    Thank you

    .00081 and 54%; $2000 marketing allowance

    2.49% for up to 66 months

    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:

    Hello,
    Can you please advise on residual, MF and incentives for:
    2018 S6 P. Plus, NJ (sold in PA, will be registered in NJ)
    36/ 7500?
    Would you also know the current financing interest rates AFS is offering for top tier?

    Thank you

    .00081 and 54%; $2000 marketing allowance

    2.49% for up to 66 months
    Thank you.
    To confirm, no $2k loyalty + $2k marketing allowance as mentioned 2 days ago per this months program?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040

    Michaell said:

    Hello,
    Can you please advise on residual, MF and incentives for:
    2018 S6 P. Plus, NJ (sold in PA, will be registered in NJ)
    36/ 7500?
    Would you also know the current financing interest rates AFS is offering for top tier?

    Thank you

    .00081 and 54%; $2000 marketing allowance

    2.49% for up to 66 months
    Thank you.
    To confirm, no $2k loyalty + $2k marketing allowance as mentioned 2 days ago per this months program?
    Sorry, both of those incentives carry over to October

    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:

    Michaell said:

    Hello,
    Can you please advise on residual, MF and incentives for:
    2018 S6 P. Plus, NJ (sold in PA, will be registered in NJ)
    36/ 7500?
    Would you also know the current financing interest rates AFS is offering for top tier?

    Thank you

    .00081 and 54%; $2000 marketing allowance

    2.49% for up to 66 months
    Thank you.
    To confirm, no $2k loyalty + $2k marketing allowance as mentioned 2 days ago per this months program?
    Sorry, both of those incentives carry over to October
    Thank you
  • Is it true that MF can variate based on someone's credit score?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040

    Is it true that MF can variate based on someone's credit score?

    Yes, that is correct.

    The numbers we quote are for top tier credit. The lower your credit score, the higher the MF will be.

    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:

    Is it true that MF can variate based on someone's credit score?

    Yes, that is correct.

    The numbers we quote are for top tier credit. The lower your credit score, the higher the MF will be.
    Thank you.
    Can you please assist with validating the lease payment? (surprisingly) I'm getting a lower payment than the dealer:
    18' S6 P+ 7500, 36 m
    MSRP $78,600
    Negotiated price $73,441
    Loyalty $2000
    Marketing allowance $2000
    Selling price: $69,441
    MF .00081
    Residual 55% (with Audi Care)
    Taxes (NJ) at 6.875%: $2,316
    Added: Audi Care $1,169
    Down payment (already made for the order) $1000

    Dealer is coming up with $922

    Also, what are your thoughts on MSDs?

    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040

    Michaell said:

    Is it true that MF can variate based on someone's credit score?

    Yes, that is correct.

    The numbers we quote are for top tier credit. The lower your credit score, the higher the MF will be.
    Thank you.
    Can you please assist with validating the lease payment? (surprisingly) I'm getting a lower payment than the dealer:
    18' S6 P+ 7500, 36 m
    MSRP $78,600
    Negotiated price $73,441
    Loyalty $2000
    Marketing allowance $2000
    Selling price: $69,441
    MF .00081
    Residual 55% (with Audi Care)
    Taxes (NJ) at 6.875%: $2,316
    Added: Audi Care $1,169
    Down payment (already made for the order) $1000

    Dealer is coming up with $922

    Also, what are your thoughts on MSDs?

    Thanks
    What is the adjusted cap cost?

    We encourage MSDs.

    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:

    Michaell said:

    Is it true that MF can variate based on someone's credit score?

    Yes, that is correct.

    The numbers we quote are for top tier credit. The lower your credit score, the higher the MF will be.
    Thank you.
    Can you please assist with validating the lease payment? (surprisingly) I'm getting a lower payment than the dealer:
    18' S6 P+ 7500, 36 m
    MSRP $78,600
    Negotiated price $73,441
    Loyalty $2000
    Marketing allowance $2000
    Selling price: $69,441
    MF .00081
    Residual 55% (with Audi Care)
    Taxes (NJ) at 6.875%: $2,316
    Added: Audi Care $1,169
    Down payment (already made for the order) $1000

    Dealer is coming up with $922

    Also, what are your thoughts on MSDs?

    Thanks
    What is the adjusted cap cost?

    We encourage MSDs.
    There was a $1200 cap cost reduction in cash in the quote above that is now taken out.
    Now, with 0 Cap cost reduction, dealer is quoting $957

    On the deal breakdown sheet, they are using the $4000 incentives in a way I am not sure that is to my benefit:
    Negotiated price: $73,441
    Less $2000 Loyalty: $71,201 (off by $200 not sure why)
    Acquisition fee: $895
    Audi Care: $1,169
    "Cap fees" (explained as NJ tag and license): $700
    Gross (and) Net Cap Cost: $74,260

    Terms total:
    Depreciation: $31,040
    Lease/ Rent charge: $3,426
    Total payments: $34,467

    Upfront Charges
    Advanced payment: $957 (first month I guess)
    Doc fee: $138
    Upfront fees: $5
    Upfront taxes: $2,319
    Initial payment: $3,419

    So dealer says the $2000 marketing allowance + my $1000 deposit comes in and cash due at signing is: $419

    Would it be better if I pay taxes upfront or reduce Cap cost with cash?
    For some reason Dealer is encouraging NOT to use MSDs, saying that MF is low to begin with and won't make much difference?

    Please advise,
    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040

    Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    Is it true that MF can variate based on someone's credit score?

    Yes, that is correct.

    The numbers we quote are for top tier credit. The lower your credit score, the higher the MF will be.
    Thank you.
    Can you please assist with validating the lease payment? (surprisingly) I'm getting a lower payment than the dealer:
    18' S6 P+ 7500, 36 m
    MSRP $78,600
    Negotiated price $73,441
    Loyalty $2000
    Marketing allowance $2000
    Selling price: $69,441
    MF .00081
    Residual 55% (with Audi Care)
    Taxes (NJ) at 6.875%: $2,316
    Added: Audi Care $1,169
    Down payment (already made for the order) $1000

    Dealer is coming up with $922

    Also, what are your thoughts on MSDs?

    Thanks
    What is the adjusted cap cost?

    We encourage MSDs.
    There was a $1200 cap cost reduction in cash in the quote above that is now taken out.
    Now, with 0 Cap cost reduction, dealer is quoting $957

    On the deal breakdown sheet, they are using the $4000 incentives in a way I am not sure that is to my benefit:
    Negotiated price: $73,441
    Less $2000 Loyalty: $71,201 (off by $200 not sure why)
    Acquisition fee: $895
    Audi Care: $1,169
    "Cap fees" (explained as NJ tag and license): $700
    Gross (and) Net Cap Cost: $74,260

    Terms total:
    Depreciation: $31,040
    Lease/ Rent charge: $3,426
    Total payments: $34,467

    Upfront Charges
    Advanced payment: $957 (first month I guess)
    Doc fee: $138
    Upfront fees: $5
    Upfront taxes: $2,319
    Initial payment: $3,419

    So dealer says the $2000 marketing allowance + my $1000 deposit comes in and cash due at signing is: $419

    Would it be better if I pay taxes upfront or reduce Cap cost with cash?
    For some reason Dealer is encouraging NOT to use MSDs, saying that MF is low to begin with and won't make much difference?

    Please advise,
    Thanks
    Pay the taxes and other fees up front - it's OK to use the incentive money for this.

    MSDs will allow you to reduce the MF; .00081 is not that low that MSDs wouldn't help.

    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:

    Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    Is it true that MF can variate based on someone's credit score?

    Yes, that is correct.

    The numbers we quote are for top tier credit. The lower your credit score, the higher the MF will be.
    Thank you.
    Can you please assist with validating the lease payment? (surprisingly) I'm getting a lower payment than the dealer:
    18' S6 P+ 7500, 36 m
    MSRP $78,600
    Negotiated price $73,441
    Loyalty $2000
    Marketing allowance $2000
    Selling price: $69,441
    MF .00081
    Residual 55% (with Audi Care)
    Taxes (NJ) at 6.875%: $2,316
    Added: Audi Care $1,169
    Down payment (already made for the order) $1000

    Dealer is coming up with $922

    Also, what are your thoughts on MSDs?

    Thanks
    What is the adjusted cap cost?

    We encourage MSDs.
    There was a $1200 cap cost reduction in cash in the quote above that is now taken out.
    Now, with 0 Cap cost reduction, dealer is quoting $957

    On the deal breakdown sheet, they are using the $4000 incentives in a way I am not sure that is to my benefit:
    Negotiated price: $73,441
    Less $2000 Loyalty: $71,201 (off by $200 not sure why)
    Acquisition fee: $895
    Audi Care: $1,169
    "Cap fees" (explained as NJ tag and license): $700
    Gross (and) Net Cap Cost: $74,260

    Terms total:
    Depreciation: $31,040
    Lease/ Rent charge: $3,426
    Total payments: $34,467

    Upfront Charges
    Advanced payment: $957 (first month I guess)
    Doc fee: $138
    Upfront fees: $5
    Upfront taxes: $2,319
    Initial payment: $3,419

    So dealer says the $2000 marketing allowance + my $1000 deposit comes in and cash due at signing is: $419

    Would it be better if I pay taxes upfront or reduce Cap cost with cash?
    For some reason Dealer is encouraging NOT to use MSDs, saying that MF is low to begin with and won't make much difference?

    Please advise,
    Thanks
    Pay the taxes and other fees up front - it's OK to use the incentive money for this.

    MSDs will allow you to reduce the MF; .00081 is not that low that MSDs wouldn't help.
    Thank you, I will consider it.
    Can you confirm the monthly payment math adds up and everything is kosher?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,040

    Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    Is it true that MF can variate based on someone's credit score?

    Yes, that is correct.

    The numbers we quote are for top tier credit. The lower your credit score, the higher the MF will be.
    Thank you.
    Can you please assist with validating the lease payment? (surprisingly) I'm getting a lower payment than the dealer:
    18' S6 P+ 7500, 36 m
    MSRP $78,600
    Negotiated price $73,441
    Loyalty $2000
    Marketing allowance $2000
    Selling price: $69,441
    MF .00081
    Residual 55% (with Audi Care)
    Taxes (NJ) at 6.875%: $2,316
    Added: Audi Care $1,169
    Down payment (already made for the order) $1000

    Dealer is coming up with $922

    Also, what are your thoughts on MSDs?

    Thanks
    What is the adjusted cap cost?

    We encourage MSDs.
    There was a $1200 cap cost reduction in cash in the quote above that is now taken out.
    Now, with 0 Cap cost reduction, dealer is quoting $957

    On the deal breakdown sheet, they are using the $4000 incentives in a way I am not sure that is to my benefit:
    Negotiated price: $73,441
    Less $2000 Loyalty: $71,201 (off by $200 not sure why)
    Acquisition fee: $895
    Audi Care: $1,169
    "Cap fees" (explained as NJ tag and license): $700
    Gross (and) Net Cap Cost: $74,260

    Terms total:
    Depreciation: $31,040
    Lease/ Rent charge: $3,426
    Total payments: $34,467

    Upfront Charges
    Advanced payment: $957 (first month I guess)
    Doc fee: $138
    Upfront fees: $5
    Upfront taxes: $2,319
    Initial payment: $3,419

    So dealer says the $2000 marketing allowance + my $1000 deposit comes in and cash due at signing is: $419

    Would it be better if I pay taxes upfront or reduce Cap cost with cash?
    For some reason Dealer is encouraging NOT to use MSDs, saying that MF is low to begin with and won't make much difference?

    Please advise,
    Thanks
    Pay the taxes and other fees up front - it's OK to use the incentive money for this.

    MSDs will allow you to reduce the MF; .00081 is not that low that MSDs wouldn't help.
    Thank you, I will consider it.
    Can you confirm the monthly payment math adds up and everything is kosher?
    I get $957/mo with those numbers; be curious to know what cap cost and MF the dealer used to get their $922/mo quote

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  • Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    Michaell said:

    Is it true that MF can variate based on someone's credit score?

    Yes, that is correct.

    The numbers we quote are for top tier credit. The lower your credit score, the higher the MF will be.
    Thank you.
    Can you please assist with validating the lease payment? (surprisingly) I'm getting a lower payment than the dealer:
    18' S6 P+ 7500, 36 m
    MSRP $78,600
    Negotiated price $73,441
    Loyalty $2000
    Marketing allowance $2000
    Selling price: $69,441
    MF .00081
    Residual 55% (with Audi Care)
    Taxes (NJ) at 6.875%: $2,316
    Added: Audi Care $1,169
    Down payment (already made for the order) $1000

    Dealer is coming up with $922

    Also, what are your thoughts on MSDs?

    Thanks
    What is the adjusted cap cost?

    We encourage MSDs.
    There was a $1200 cap cost reduction in cash in the quote above that is now taken out.
    Now, with 0 Cap cost reduction, dealer is quoting $957

    On the deal breakdown sheet, they are using the $4000 incentives in a way I am not sure that is to my benefit:
    Negotiated price: $73,441
    Less $2000 Loyalty: $71,201 (off by $200 not sure why)
    Acquisition fee: $895
    Audi Care: $1,169
    "Cap fees" (explained as NJ tag and license): $700
    Gross (and) Net Cap Cost: $74,260

    Terms total:
    Depreciation: $31,040
    Lease/ Rent charge: $3,426
    Total payments: $34,467

    Upfront Charges
    Advanced payment: $957 (first month I guess)
    Doc fee: $138
    Upfront fees: $5
    Upfront taxes: $2,319
    Initial payment: $3,419

    So dealer says the $2000 marketing allowance + my $1000 deposit comes in and cash due at signing is: $419

    Would it be better if I pay taxes upfront or reduce Cap cost with cash?
    For some reason Dealer is encouraging NOT to use MSDs, saying that MF is low to begin with and won't make much difference?

    Please advise,
    Thanks
    Pay the taxes and other fees up front - it's OK to use the incentive money for this.

    MSDs will allow you to reduce the MF; .00081 is not that low that MSDs wouldn't help.
    Thank you, I will consider it.
    Can you confirm the monthly payment math adds up and everything is kosher?
    I get $957/mo with those numbers; be curious to know what cap cost and MF the dealer used to get their $922/mo quote
    $922 is what they came up with initially, $957 is actually exactly what they came up with when the $1200 cap cost reduction was taken out so I guess their math is good.

    Thank you for you help
  • judeb1judeb1 Posts: 21
    Can you please advise on residual, MF and incentives for:

    2018 S6 P. Plus, seattle, wa
    36/ 7500
    36/10000

    Would you also know the current financing interest rates AFS is offering for top tier?
  • judeb1judeb1 Posts: 21
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515
    judeb1 said:

    Can you please advise on residual, MF and incentives for:

    2018 S6 P. Plus, seattle, wa
    36/ 7500
    36/10000

    Would you also know the current financing interest rates AFS is offering for top tier?

    .00081 MF and 54%/53% residual
    Complimentary 1st payment
    $3000 marketing allowance
    $2000 loyalty/conquest

    2.49% APR up to 66 months

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  • bobbymabobbyma NYPosts: 24
    Good morning, 

    May I please have the numbers on 2018  P+ 36/7500 in NY? 

    Thank you! 

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,515
    bobbyma said:

    Good morning, 

    May I please have the numbers on 2018  P+ 36/7500 in NY? 

    Thank you! 

    .00081 MF and 54% residual
    $2000 marketing allowance
    $2000 loyalty/conquest
    complimentary 1st payment

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Hello. May I please have the lease info for an ‘18 S6 premium+ in Los Angeles. Money factor, residual, any incentives/deals for 36/10k and 12k. Also are there any numbers for 24 month leases?
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