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Pricing on a 2018 Q5 premium plus!

steveliftsstevelifts Posts: 8
edited November 2018 in Audi
I'm planning to buy(finance) a brand new 2018 q5 premium plus. One dealership around me a msrp of $49,550 on a premium+ with 19 inch wheels, no heated steering wheel and also no ventilated seats. I plan to trade in a vehicle that has a trade in value of 10k$. I also plan to put down an additional 10K$ as a down deposit. How much % should I aim to get taken off the msrp? I live in a state that has a 6% sales tax. If anyone can give me a OTD price on this that would be a great. I want to know what is a good price to pay. I'm thinking 47,500$ OTD. what do you all think?? what is the range of percentage people are able to get off msrp? os 6-10% usually the norm? Thanks all
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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 97,054

    I'm planning to buy(finance) a brand new 2018 q5 premium plus. One dealership around me a msrp of $49,550 on a premium+ with 19 inch wheels, no heated steering wheel and also no ventilated seats. I plan to trade in a vehicle that has a trade in value of 10k$. I also plan to put down an additional 10K$ as a down deposit. How much % should I aim to get taken off the msrp? I live in a state that has a 6% sales tax. If anyone can give me a OTD price on this that would be a great. I want to know what is a good price to pay. I'm thinking 47,500$ OTD. what do you all think?? what is the range of percentage people are able to get off msrp? os 6-10% usually the norm? Thanks all

    For Audi, we recommend 6% off MSRP, before incentives.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 107,693

    I'm planning to buy(finance) a brand new 2018 q5 premium plus. One dealership around me a msrp of $49,550 on a premium+ with 19 inch wheels, no heated steering wheel and also no ventilated seats. I plan to trade in a vehicle that has a trade in value of 10k$. I also plan to put down an additional 10K$ as a down deposit. How much % should I aim to get taken off the msrp? I live in a state that has a 6% sales tax. If anyone can give me a OTD price on this that would be a great. I want to know what is a good price to pay. I'm thinking 47,500$ OTD. what do you all think?? what is the range of percentage people are able to get off msrp? os 6-10% usually the norm? Thanks all

    What state?

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