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A4 Audi Money factor for different models same year and same zip??

hankster333hankster333 Posts: 7
edited June 2018 in Audi
Why would interest rates be different on alternate versions of the same model car in the same location?
Is A4 Premium Plus FWD MF still higher (.00081) than (Quattro) AWD (.00059) in June in Florida?

Also why would MF change if you changed the lease term from say 36 to 30 months? And now do you figure that out.

Thanks
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 103,819

    Why would interest rates be different on alternate versions of the same model car in the same location?
    Is A4 Premium Plus FWD MF still higher (.00081) than (Quattro) AWD (.00059) in June in Florida?

    Also why would MF change if you changed the lease term from say 36 to 30 months? And now do you figure that out.

    Thanks

    Audi Finance sets rates, that along with residuals, will sell cars, but still make money for the bank, Audi and the dealer.

    Audi's money factor for a particular model/trim don't change by term, until you exceed 36 months. Longer term leases, like loans, generally carry a higher rate.

    You can't "figure it out". You just have to ask. I couldn't tell you their reasoning for small differences, between models.

    Yes, those are still the money factors for those two models, for June.

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