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2018 Audi A6 Lease Deals and Prices

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    nlclhc1 said:

    Hi,

    Could I get the MF and RV for a 2018 A6 quattro 2.0 T Premium Plus in Indiana for 36/7500 and for 42/7500? Any incentives?

    Thanks

    .00060 and 52%
    .00080 and 48%
    $2000 marketing allowance
    $1000 loyalty
    $1000 if you already have an A6

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  • mirinjobramirinjobra Posts: 1
    edited February 2018
    Hi, first time leaser here, just got the following quote in Missouri - does this look like a good deal?

    A6 3.0T Premium Plus, 36/12

    MSRP = $60,500
    Selling Price = $53,296 (12% discount)
    $1957 down payment includes:
    Acquisition Fee - $895 (Taxed at 8.11%), so $967
    Plates - $94
    Admin Fee - $199
    Fees/License/Titling - $11.61
    First Month Payment - $686

    Monthly payment with tax = $742

    Any chance I could do better if I shop around? I was also looking at an S4 premium plus but it is more expensive than the A6..

    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003

    Hi, first time leaser here, just got the following quote in Missouri - does this look like a good deal?

    A6 3.0T Premium Plus, 36/12

    MSRP = $60,500
    Selling Price = $53,296 (12% discount)
    $1957 down payment includes:
    Acquisition Fee - $895 (Taxed at 8.11%), so $967
    Plates - $94
    Admin Fee - $199
    Fees/License/Titling - $11.61
    First Month Payment - $686

    Monthly payment with tax = $742

    Any chance I could do better if I shop around? I was also looking at an S4 premium plus but it is more expensive than the A6..

    Thanks

    .00052 and 48%

    I get $717/mo plus tax, so looks to be in the ballpark.

    However, we'd suggest you add the acquisition and admin fees to the selling price; you'll have a higher payment (about $30/mo), but your out of pocket drops to just the first payment and licensing costs.

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  • Hi guys --- wondering if these #s on a 2018 A6 2.0 Sport FWD look decent.

    Location: Los Angeles
    Sticker: $53, 250
    Terms: 3yr / 7.5k mi

    Any thoughts on getting better economics for returning Audi customer?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136

    Hi guys --- wondering if these #s on a 2018 A6 2.0 Sport FWD look decent.

    Location: Los Angeles
    Sticker: $53, 250
    Terms: 3yr / 7.5k mi

    Any thoughts on getting better economics for returning Audi customer?

    .00047 MF is correct.
    But, we show 51% residual for 36 mo, 7.5K/yr, not 49%.
    $2000 marketing allowance (Audi to dealer cash)

    Seems you are missing another page to the screenshot, that shows how they came up with the $2337.04 upfront.
    We can guess..
    $567.85 1st payment
    $583 DMV
    $8.75 tire fee
    $895 acquisition fee
    $80 doc fee
    $91.74 tax (on acq.fee)
    That's $2226.. about $100 short, but close.

    You have a big discount, even taking the dealer cash into account.
    But, you should check on the residual
    We show the 36/15 residual for the 2018 FWD Sport as 47%. Add 4% for 7.5K/yr
    Your screenshot also does not show the mileage allowance.
    The discrepancy in residual is adding $30/mo. to the payment.

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  • Thanks for reply --- got a bit more info on the pricing from dealer: "The screenshot is for 12k miles. I did not do a screenshot for 7500 miles. However, the payment at 7500 miles will be $535.

    There is no down payment on this, just your minimum drive offs. Your minimum drives are the first month payment, the first year DMV fees and the bank acquisition fee."

    ....so the pricing reflects 12k/3yr lease instead of the 7.5k/3yr.......thanks sir!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136

    Thanks for reply --- got a bit more info on the pricing from dealer: "The screenshot is for 12k miles. I did not do a screenshot for 7500 miles. However, the payment at 7500 miles will be $535.

    There is no down payment on this, just your minimum drive offs. Your minimum drives are the first month payment, the first year DMV fees and the bank acquisition fee."

    ....so the pricing reflects 12k/3yr lease instead of the 7.5k/3yr.......thanks sir!

    Well... there you go. Good luck!

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  • Could I get the MF and RV for a 2018 A6 quattro 2.0 T Premium Plus 18k miles year in NY. List price 56,000 selling price 48,000. Thank You kindly 
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136

    Could I get the MF and RV for a 2018 A6 quattro 2.0 T Premium Plus 18k miles year in NY. List price 56,000 selling price 48,000. Thank You kindly 

    We only have residuals up to 15K/yr.

    36/15
    .00060 MF and 48% residual
    $2000 marketing allowance

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  • Thank you 
  • 4newcar4newcar Posts: 1
    Is there a forum for buying?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    4newcar said:

    Is there a forum for buying?

    Not really ... when we flipped over to our new hosting software, most of the prices paid threads died off. Feel free to ask questions here, though. And, read back through the last few pages of this thread to see what others have negotiated.

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  • ajkelz84ajkelz84 Posts: 10
    May I please have the MF and Residual for an Audi a6 2.0T Tiptronic Quattro AWD for 36mo 12k
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    ajkelz84 said:

    May I please have the MF and Residual for an Audi a6 2.0T Tiptronic Quattro AWD for 36mo 12k

    .00060 and 51% (Sport) or 50% (Premium, P+)
    $2000 marketing allowance
    $1000 conquest or loyalty

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  • akpowerakpower Posts: 5
    may i please have MF and residual on 3.0AWD Prestige A6 for 36months with 15K
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    akpower said:

    may i please have MF and residual on 3.0AWD Prestige A6 for 36months with 15K

    .00052 and 45%

    Audi incentives are regional - what state is this?

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  • akpowerakpower Posts: 5
    PA
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    akpower said:

    PA

    $2000 marketing allowance
    $1000 conquest or loyalty
    $1000 if you have an A3, A4, A6 or A7

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  • drivrcadrivrca Posts: 2
    edited March 2018
    What’s the residual and MF for an A6, 36/7.5k in SoCal?
    Still the same rebates as what’s being offered in PA (above)?
    Assuming no, but would the Residual change between a 2.0 and 3.0 (looking at the Prestige package)?
    Thank you!!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    drivrca said:

    What’s the residual and MF for an A6, 36/7.5k in SoCal?
    Still the same rebates as what’s being offered in PA (above)?
    Assuming no, but would the Residual change between a 2.0 and 3.0 (looking at the Prestige package)?
    Thank you!!

    There is no Prestige package for the 2.0 model.

    3.0 Prestige: .00052 MF and 49% residual
    $2000 marketing allowance
    $1000 loyalty/conquest

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  • atriz06atriz06 Posts: 6
    edited March 2018
    I went into Audi to lease an 2018 A6 3.0L quattro Prestige (Nardo Gray is so amazing) This is in Florida
    36 / 10,000
    MSRP: $68,195
    Selling Price: $58,556
    Fees: $1,107.50
    Sales Tax: $2,835
    Trade in: $12,000
    Net Sales Price 50,500
    Have a $1000 rebate for prev audi owner...

    Payments $539 a month.. seems high?

    Thanks for the help, you guys are life savers!

    Also I would like to put less money down maybe like 3-4k but I just wanted to see how the deal was before I go back!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    atriz06 said:

    I went into Audi to lease an 2018 A6 3.0L quattro Prestige (Nardo Gray is so amazing) This is in Florida
    36 / 10,000
    MSRP: $68,195
    Selling Price: $58,556
    Fees: $1,107.50
    Sales Tax: $2,835
    Trade in: $12,000
    Net Sales Price 50,500
    Have a $1000 rebate for prev audi owner...

    Payments $539 a month.. seems high?

    Thanks for the help, you guys are life savers!

    Also I would like to put less money down maybe like 3-4k but I just wanted to see how the deal was before I go back!

    Those look like purchase prices; FL taxes the monthly payment on a lease.

    Ask the dealer for the adjusted cap cost they used for the payment quote, and how they got there from the selling price.

    And, we don't recommend using trade equity to buy down the payment - that money would be lost if the car is stolen or totaled.

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  • cwinatlcwinatl Posts: 3
    I'm looking to lease a 2018 Audi A6 SLine 2.0 Premium plus $58k. Can you provide the MF and residuals for all in Georgia. Also any incentives or rebates. Conquest maybe considering I own a Mercedes. Trying to stay under $600 per month. What kind of deal am I looking at to acheive that if it's possible? What discounts off sticker should I expect on these models? 6%?

    36 months and 15k per year quattro
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    cwinatl said:

    I'm looking to lease a 2018 Audi A6 SLine 2.0 Premium plus $58k. Can you provide the MF and residuals for all in Georgia. Also any incentives or rebates. Conquest maybe considering I own a Mercedes. Trying to stay under $600 per month. What kind of deal am I looking at to acheive that if it's possible? What discounts off sticker should I expect on these models? 6%?

    36 months and 15k per year quattro

    .00060 MF and 48% residual
    $2000 marketing allowance
    $1000 loyalty/conquest

    6% off MSRP, minus incentives.

    $600/mo. doesn't seem likely with those low residuals.

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  • atriz06atriz06 Posts: 6
    So I can figure out if my lease payments are correct, can you please provide the lease info for a 2018 A6 Prestige 3.0 in South FL. 36/10k (I am a current Audi owner)

    Thank you again!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    atriz06 said:

    So I can figure out if my lease payments are correct, can you please provide the lease info for a 2018 A6 Prestige 3.0 in South FL. 36/10k (I am a current Audi owner)

    Thank you again!

    .00052 MF and 48% residual
    $2000 marketing allowance
    $1000 loyalty/conquest

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

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  • Hello, can you please let me know the 36/12 lease information for a 2018 A6 Premium 2.0 and A6 Sport 2.0 in South Florida? Thank you!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003

    Hello, can you please let me know the 36/12 lease information for a 2018 A6 Premium 2.0 and A6 Sport 2.0 in South Florida? Thank you!

    Assuming FWD for this request, .00047 and 49% (Sport) or 48% (Prem)
    $2000 marketing allowance
    $1000 conquest or loyalty

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  • Thank you! What would the money factor be?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    edited April 2018

    Thank you! What would the money factor be?

    .00047 MF and 49%/48% residual for Sport/Premium

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  • armand674armand674 Posts: 16
    Hi, can you please let me know the RV and MF for a 2018 A6 3.0 Competition Package in Florida? Looking for 24 or 36 w/ 7,500 miles. Thank you in advance
  • nlclhc1nlclhc1 Posts: 55
    Hi, can I get the RV and MF for a 2018 A6 3.0 Prestige with competition package for 36/7500 in Indiana. Any incentives?

    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    armand674 said:

    Hi, can you please let me know the RV and MF for a 2018 A6 3.0 Competition Package in Florida? Looking for 24 or 36 w/ 7,500 miles. Thank you in advance

    What trim level is that associated with?

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    nlclhc1 said:

    Hi, can I get the RV and MF for a 2018 A6 3.0 Prestige with competition package for 36/7500 in Indiana. Any incentives?

    Thanks

    .00042 and 48%
    $2000 bonus cash
    $1000 conquest or loyalty

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  • armand674armand674 Posts: 16
    Michaell said:

    armand674 said:

    Hi, can you please let me know the RV and MF for a 2018 A6 3.0 Competition Package in Florida? Looking for 24 or 36 w/ 7,500 miles. Thank you in advance

    What trim level is that associated with?
    Sorry, Premium Plus
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    armand674 said:



    Michaell said:

    armand674 said:

    Hi, can you please let me know the RV and MF for a 2018 A6 3.0 Competition Package in Florida? Looking for 24 or 36 w/ 7,500 miles. Thank you in advance

    What trim level is that associated with?
    Sorry, Premium Plus
    .00042 MF and 56%/49% residual for 24/36 mo
    $2000 bonus cash
    $1000 loyalty/conquest

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  • nlclhc1nlclhc1 Posts: 55
    So there is only 1% difference in the RV between the Prestige and Premium Plus for 7500/36.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    nlclhc1 said:

    So there is only 1% difference in the RV between the Prestige and Premium Plus for 7500/36.

    Correct

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  • armand674armand674 Posts: 16
    Sorry again, it’s a Premium Plus Quattro with Competition Package.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    armand674 said:

    Sorry again, it’s a Premium Plus Quattro with Competition Package.

    Those are the numbers we provided

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  • armand674armand674 Posts: 16
    Thank you guys, appreciate the information!
  • ricosavricosav Posts: 8
    Looking to lease a 2018 A6 3.0L Premium Plus in Texas. What's the money factor and residual?

    MSRP: $62,960
    Selling Price: $53,206

    They quoted me:
    36 / 10,000 = $829/mo
    42 / 10,000 = $769/mo

    New to the forum so still trying to get the hang of this.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    ricosav said:

    Looking to lease a 2018 A6 3.0L Premium Plus in Texas. What's the money factor and residual?

    MSRP: $62,960
    Selling Price: $53,206

    They quoted me:
    36 / 10,000 = $829/mo
    42 / 10,000 = $769/mo

    New to the forum so still trying to get the hang of this.

    36/10 - .00042 and 48%
    42/10 - .00062 and 44%

    With those prices, I get $674/mo plus tax (36/10) or $657/mo plus tax (42/10)

    Now, Texas applies sales tax to the entire selling price, plus there are fees to consider, as well.

    The number you want from the dealer is the adjusted cap cost, which is the selling price plus all those taxes and fees (broken out so you understand what's there).

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  • ricosavricosav Posts: 8
    edited April 2018
    Michaell said:

    ricosav said:

    Looking to lease a 2018 A6 3.0L Premium Plus in Texas. What's the money factor and residual?

    MSRP: $62,960
    Selling Price: $53,206

    They quoted me:
    36 / 10,000 = $829/mo
    42 / 10,000 = $769/mo

    New to the forum so still trying to get the hang of this.

    36/10 - .00042 and 48%
    42/10 - .00062 and 44%

    With those prices, I get $674/mo plus tax (36/10) or $657/mo plus tax (42/10)

    Now, Texas applies sales tax to the entire selling price, plus there are fees to consider, as well.

    The number you want from the dealer is the adjusted cap cost, which is the selling price plus all those taxes and fees (broken out so you understand what's there).
    Edited:

    Got it. So those taxes/fees would need to be $5500 / $4500 respectively to get to the quotes they gave me, right?

    Is the money factor a set figure, or could they be giving me a different number than what you've given?

    What do I get if I do 7500K miles?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    ricosav said:

    Michaell said:

    ricosav said:

    Looking to lease a 2018 A6 3.0L Premium Plus in Texas. What's the money factor and residual?

    MSRP: $62,960
    Selling Price: $53,206

    They quoted me:
    36 / 10,000 = $829/mo
    42 / 10,000 = $769/mo

    New to the forum so still trying to get the hang of this.

    36/10 - .00042 and 48%
    42/10 - .00062 and 44%

    With those prices, I get $674/mo plus tax (36/10) or $657/mo plus tax (42/10)

    Now, Texas applies sales tax to the entire selling price, plus there are fees to consider, as well.

    The number you want from the dealer is the adjusted cap cost, which is the selling price plus all those taxes and fees (broken out so you understand what's there).
    Edited:

    Got it. So those taxes/fees would need to be $5500 / $4500 respectively to get to the quotes they gave me, right?

    Is the money factor a set figure, or could they be giving me a different number than what you've given?

    What do I get if I do 7500K miles?
    The dealer can markup the money factor for extra revenue.
    Add 1% to the residual to go from 10K/yr to 7.5K/yr

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  • chispochispo Posts: 24
    Do residual numbers get better or they get worst as the year goes by and the new car release approach? I'm trying to determine if I should wait until June or lease now. Thanks in advance.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    chispo said:

    Do residual numbers get better or they get worst as the year goes by and the new car release approach? I'm trying to determine if I should wait until June or lease now. Thanks in advance.

    Residuals usually drop gradually, as the year goes on. Often, they will adjust the money factor and incentives to keep the monthly payment basically static. Of course, that can often vary.

    Waiting for a car with a bad lease program to become a good lease program isn't usually fruitful.

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  • chispochispo Posts: 24
    kyfdx said:

    chispo said:

    Do residual numbers get better or they get worst as the year goes by and the new car release approach? I'm trying to determine if I should wait until June or lease now. Thanks in advance.

    Residuals usually drop gradually, as the year goes on. Often, they will adjust the money factor and incentives to keep the monthly payment basically static. Of course, that can often vary.

    Waiting for a car with a bad lease program to become a good lease program isn't usually fruitful.
    Thank you for the reply Sir, so the A6 has a bad lease program? It seems that way to me, according to my research on this forums.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    chispo said:

    kyfdx said:

    chispo said:

    Do residual numbers get better or they get worst as the year goes by and the new car release approach? I'm trying to determine if I should wait until June or lease now. Thanks in advance.

    Residuals usually drop gradually, as the year goes on. Often, they will adjust the money factor and incentives to keep the monthly payment basically static. Of course, that can often vary.

    Waiting for a car with a bad lease program to become a good lease program isn't usually fruitful.
    Thank you for the reply Sir, so the A6 has a bad lease program? It seems that way to me, according to my research on this forums.
    Seems that way to me, too

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  • samithapgsamithapg Posts: 3
    edited April 2018
    Can you please provide the RV, MF and any incentives (36 month, 10k) for Houston, TX for 2018 1) Audi A6 2.0 Premium Plus FWD and 2) Audi A6 3.0 Premium Plus 4WD? Thank you
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