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2018 Audi S7 Lease Deals and Prices

kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 116,585
edited January 2018 in Audi
Ask your 2018 S7 lease questions here! Get info about prices, deals, incentives, and payments.

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  • rpackerrpacker Posts: 4
    Looking for August residual and MF for 2018 S7 Prestige: 36/7.5k

    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415
    rpacker said:

    Looking for August residual and MF for 2018 S7 Prestige: 36/7.5k

    Thanks

    .00138 and 56%

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  • amickeyamickey Posts: 25
    Hi Can i get the Jan'18 Residual & MF for a 2018 S7 Prestige please for following:

    12/12k/yr
    18/12k/yr
    24/12k/yr
    36/12k/yr
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415
    amickey said:

    Hi Can i get the Jan'18 Residual & MF for a 2018 S7 Prestige please for following:

    12/12k/yr
    18/12k/yr
    24/12k/yr
    36/12k/yr

    Shortest lease term is 24 months for Audi....

    .00108 and 59% / 52%
    $1000 loyalty

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  • amickeyamickey Posts: 25
    Michaell said:

    amickey said:

    Hi Can i get the Jan'18 Residual & MF for a 2018 S7 Prestige please for following:

    12/12k/yr
    18/12k/yr
    24/12k/yr
    36/12k/yr

    Shortest lease term is 24 months for Audi....

    .00108 and 59% / 52%
    $1000 loyalty

    Thanks Michaell - what is the second 52% number for residual?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 116,585
    amickey said:

    Michaell said:

    amickey said:

    Hi Can i get the Jan'18 Residual & MF for a 2018 S7 Prestige please for following:

    12/12k/yr
    18/12k/yr
    24/12k/yr
    36/12k/yr

    Shortest lease term is 24 months for Audi....

    .00108 and 59% / 52%
    $1000 loyalty

    Thanks Michaell - what is the second 52% number for residual?
    24 or 36 months

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  • Do you know residual and money factor for 2018 Audi s7 premium plus for a 42m/12k?

    thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415
    griffin14 said:

    Do you know residual and money factor for 2018 Audi s7 premium plus for a 42m/12k?

    thanks

    .00129 and 50%
    $1000 loyalty

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  • coconcocon Posts: 134
    Can I get MF , res and motnly payment based on those:

    2018 S7 prestige MSRP $97,500
    6% discount for final sale price of $91,650
    36/10 term
    9.25% taxes
    Audicare
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415
    cocon said:

    Can I get MF , res and motnly payment based on those:

    2018 S7 prestige MSRP $97,500
    6% discount for final sale price of $91,650
    36/10 term
    9.25% taxes
    Audicare

    .00109 and 53% (54% with AudiCare)

    With your prices, I get $1355/mo with tax included. Assumes all fees are paid up front.

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  • Is there a sweet spot in the 24 mos / 36 mos / 42 mos continuum?

    I'll be looking at an S7, minimal up front, 10k/yr, and usually do 36 mos leases but I'm flexible.

    Are MSD's still available? I've done that a few times in the past with BMW.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415

    Is there a sweet spot in the 24 mos / 36 mos / 42 mos continuum?

    I'll be looking at an S7, minimal up front, 10k/yr, and usually do 36 mos leases but I'm flexible.

    Are MSD's still available? I've done that a few times in the past with BMW.

    36 and 42 months generally give you the best payment.

    What trim level?

    Yes, Audi does have an MSD program, though we aren't certain of the details.

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  • coconcocon Posts: 134
    Michaell said:

    cocon said:

    Can I get MF , res and motnly payment based on those:

    2018 S7 prestige MSRP $97,500
    6% discount for final sale price of $91,650
    36/10 term
    9.25% taxes
    Audicare

    .00109 and 53% (54% with AudiCare)

    With your prices, I get $1355/mo with tax included. Assumes all fees are paid up front.
    nothing but first monthly paid up front though..
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415
    cocon said:

    Michaell said:

    cocon said:

    Can I get MF , res and motnly payment based on those:

    2018 S7 prestige MSRP $97,500
    6% discount for final sale price of $91,650
    36/10 term
    9.25% taxes
    Audicare

    .00109 and 53% (54% with AudiCare)

    With your prices, I get $1355/mo with tax included. Assumes all fees are paid up front.
    nothing but first monthly paid up front though..
    So, the final price has those fees added in?

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  • Michaell said:

    Is there a sweet spot in the 24 mos / 36 mos / 42 mos continuum?

    I'll be looking at an S7, minimal up front, 10k/yr, and usually do 36 mos leases but I'm flexible.

    Are MSD's still available? I've done that a few times in the past with BMW.

    36 and 42 months generally give you the best payment.

    What trim level?

    Yes, Audi does have an MSD program, though we aren't certain of the details.
    I could go Prem Plus or Prestige -- the Prestige features don't seem all that important to me.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 116,585

    Michaell said:

    Is there a sweet spot in the 24 mos / 36 mos / 42 mos continuum?

    I'll be looking at an S7, minimal up front, 10k/yr, and usually do 36 mos leases but I'm flexible.

    Are MSD's still available? I've done that a few times in the past with BMW.

    36 and 42 months generally give you the best payment.

    What trim level?

    Yes, Audi does have an MSD program, though we aren't certain of the details.
    I could go Prem Plus or Prestige -- the Prestige features don't seem all that important to me.
    .00109 MF and 55%/53% residual for Premium Plus/Prestige for 36/10.

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  • Hello. I am located in St Charles, Missouri and wanting to lease a 2018 S7 Prestige. The car lists at $109k with titanium exhausts. No money down, 10k miles and either a 24 or 36 month lease. Sales tax is included in our leases here based upon the payment amount I believe. What is is the MF and residuals?

    Thank you! We appreciate your help!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415

    Hello. I am located in St Charles, Missouri and wanting to lease a 2018 S7 Prestige. The car lists at $109k with titanium exhausts. No money down, 10k miles and either a 24 or 36 month lease. Sales tax is included in our leases here based upon the payment amount I believe. What is is the MF and residuals?

    Thank you! We appreciate your help!

    .00109 and 60% / 53%
    $1000 loyalty

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  • beebsterbeebster Posts: 13
    Can I get the lease info and incentives for 2018 S7 P+, 36/12 in SF Bay Area? 
    Thanks 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415
    beebster said:

    Can I get the lease info and incentives for 2018 S7 P+, 36/12 in SF Bay Area? 
    Thanks 

    .00087 and 52%

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  • beebsterbeebster Posts: 13
    Any lease incentives from Audi?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415
    beebster said:

    Any lease incentives from Audi?

    None that I see.

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  • Current rates for Arlington, VA, S7 36/10k. Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 116,585

    Current rates for Arlington, VA, S7 36/10k. Thanks!

    .00142 MF
    51%/49% residual for P+/Prestige

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  • Looking for current rates for Austin, TX, Prestige S7 36 months 10k miles. Thank you!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 116,585

    Looking for current rates for Austin, TX, Prestige S7 36 months 10k miles. Thank you!

    .00265 MF and 48% residual
    $15,000 dealer marketing allowance

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  • kyfdx said:

    Looking for current rates for Austin, TX, Prestige S7 36 months 10k miles. Thank you!

    .00265 MF and 48% residual
    $15,000 dealer marketing allowance
    Appreciate the info. Money factor seems very high, is that typical of Audi? Maybe they're hoping to offset the marketing allowance?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 107,415

    kyfdx said:

    Looking for current rates for Austin, TX, Prestige S7 36 months 10k miles. Thank you!

    .00265 MF and 48% residual
    $15,000 dealer marketing allowance
    Appreciate the info. Money factor seems very high, is that typical of Audi? Maybe they're hoping to offset the marketing allowance?
    S7 is limited edition, and high MF is part of Audi's strategy.

    That, and the cost of money is going up, all over.

    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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  • n3mo0101n3mo0101 FloridaPosts: 3
    I have a 750 FICO, have never missed a car payment, currently am paying $450/ mo on a Mazda lease that I rolled some negative equity into.

    I was making about $150k/year for the last 3 years at my job, however I left to start my own business a couple of months ago. Income is up and down, as is most people's income when they start a new business. I have extra income every month from some online coaching I do, so making the payment on an S7 lease wouldn't be an issue.

    My question is, how should the deal be structured so that I don't get stipped for POI? I feel like if I put I'm still employed at my previous job making $150k/year for the last 3 years, they should auto approve me for a $1200/mo payment because I have perfect auto and credit history.

    I have an American Express card and was auto approved for that, if it makes any difference.

    Any experience with this?

    Should I just go with an S5 to be safe, and get the S7 in a few years?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 116,585
    n3mo0101 said:

    I have a 750 FICO, have never missed a car payment, currently am paying $450/ mo on a Mazda lease that I rolled some negative equity into.

    I was making about $150k/year for the last 3 years at my job, however I left to start my own business a couple of months ago. Income is up and down, as is most people's income when they start a new business. I have extra income every month from some online coaching I do, so making the payment on an S7 lease wouldn't be an issue.

    My question is, how should the deal be structured so that I don't get stipped for POI? I feel like if I put I'm still employed at my previous job making $150k/year for the last 3 years, they should auto approve me for a $1200/mo payment because I have perfect auto and credit history.

    I have an American Express card and was auto approved for that, if it makes any difference.

    Any experience with this?

    Should I just go with an S5 to be safe, and get the S7 in a few years?

    We don't have any insight into your possible credit issues. That is out of our area of expertise.

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

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