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Yep, that's a pretty sad Audi dealer. If you are in the San Francisco Bay Area, I can refer you to Audi people who actually know what they are doing.
Hi Clylesir, To start with if they had your car for two days and did not find anything wrong you need to seriously find a better Audi Service Center, even if you purchased the car there. Tell me, did they "The Service Dept." of your Audi dealer do a Diagnostic read out and not give you a copy and charge you for that Diagnostic read out on your "Oil Change Reciept"????????? ... Read More
Hi. ! http://uberlame.com/a6_tsb/Engine/RVU%20-%203.2%20V6%20FSI%20ECM%20update.pdf Please copy this linked address to your browser and read, Even if some or all is not clear because of technical terms. When you get done with that I have couple of questions: 1. Did you purchase the vehicle New? 2. you mention earlier the Oil level was very low; A. Are you on a 12 month service interval program or 24 Months? B. Are you using Mineral ... Read More
I am also in the market for an A6. These lease numbers are poor and I would recommend you do not accept them. My last A6 was a 2008 model had a much better money factor. I predict the support from Audi will improve significantly as interest rates are at an historical low and A6 sales will be disappointing in today's economy. Do not buy. You should be able to get ... Read More
I'm looking to buy either a 2007 or 2008 CPO Audi A6. This is mainly for owners who have this model of the A6, How much do you typically spend on repairs and maintanence per year for this vehicle? From the consumer reviews in Edmunds, some people complain they have to take it into the shop all the time, and other people are extremely happy with their purchase. Would you recommend ... Read More
Hi Car Man, I received this email from my local dealership: " We are in immediate need of quality pre-owned vehicles like your 2008 Audi A6. Therefore, Crown Audi would like 20 minutes of your time to make you an incredible offer on your vehicle. YOUR VEHICLE MAY BE WORTH MORE THAN YOU THINK! In most cases, we can offer you a high trade-in* allowance on your Audi, low interest rates ... Read More
I am in Los Angeles and I have the Audi A6 as well. 12k Miles on it. I am so frustrated as well. Not only CVT Problems with the car and have noise issues as well. When I take it to the different dealers they claim it's "Normal".. I think its certainately not normal and it is frustrating when they deny anything is wrong with it... I really want to sell ... Read More
I have a 2008 A6 with CVT and had the same problem at only 6k miles. I took it back to the dealer until they finally re-imaged the computer and it is mostly gone but I still feel it at times when first getting going in the morning. I now have 18k miles and I hope that it never comes back but from reading these posts, it looks like it might ... Read More
i agree, maybe it is time for a class action suit against audi. i logged on today to see if anyone was reporting problems with the a6 since the dealerships keep acting surprised when we keep bringing it in for service and contacting audi usa. imagine my surprise when i found this forum. i have a 2008 a6 with cvt trans. i have had problems with it since the month after ... Read More
we have an audi a6 2008 awd, fully loaded... our check engine light has come on 3 times and we only have 7500 miles on the car... interesting it seems to come on when its due for scheduled maintenance... but our local dealership never can tell us why the light was on.... it's becoming very annoying.. anyone else with this issue?
and I do believe that the B8 still has a much nicer interior than the current 3 series (and 5 series even). Mmmm.. I'm not sure on that one. I haven't spent any time in a new 3 or 5, but at least as far as appearance is concerned, I think the 2008+ 5 series looks significantly richer and more upscale than the B8 A4. I didn't like the initial '04 ... Read More
My perception or comparison, if you like, was from this perspective: I got out of a 2005 Audi C6 A6 which was pretty well loaded and walked over to my new 2009 Audi B8 A4 (about 15 months ago). The switchgear, the steering wheel (although my A6 did not have paddle shifters), the console, the wood, the feel of the leather, the seat's firmness, the instrument cluster, the soft plastic on ... Read More
Ok, as of today 11/18, there are new incentives for old 2008 A6 inventory. It has to be sitting on the lot for at least 90 days. 2500 cash 3000 old inventory incentive Plus any loyalty (1500 A4, 2500 A6) Residual 46%, 12k, 36month, MF .00081 Don't forget most A6's were marked down with a "Value Enhancement Credit" of 5150 We just leased a car originally stickered at 54295 and sold ... Read More
Any recent deals 2008 A6 deals? I am not getting anywhere close to the deals people have reporting in Sep. Most I am seeing is 42+TTL for a premium package 3.2 Q
NEVER, EVER, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE BUY AN AUDI ! ! ! Last year I leased a 2008 A6 with the CVT. I am on the third transmission in 6000 miles. the change of trannys happened after repeated confrontations with the dealer in Miami which denies any problems and treats the customer like an imbecil. The is still having the same problems. When complaining to Audi they send me to their lawyers...REAL ... Read More
jeez.. that doesn't seem right.. . I get this feeling we are all wasting time , since our cars are under warranty and the econ is slow... these service centers are making things up to bill Audi for the work.. I told Audi, that my 2008 A6 w/ 5k miles has been in the shop more time then my 4 yr old BMW. If it happens again, I'll get rid of ... Read More
I picked-up my car this morning. According to my dealer, the engine's intake valves where dirty. In order to clean them, they had to remove the intake and valve covers. A rather lengthy operation, luckily the car is under warranty. What worrys me is that dirty valves appear, according to the dealer, to be a surging problem with all Audi new FSI engines (engines with direct injection of fuel in the ... Read More
we had to take it in 3 times... finally they said it was a software update issue..have them check ur most recent software update and make sure that it was installed properly. and since we've not had any issues since i hope that was it... but it was a lot of wasted time or an excuse to bill audi .... wouldn't expect that to happen to such a new car.... i'm ... Read More
As a Former Audi A6 owner , i can only suggest that you keep every piece of paper and get the loaner car while your car is in the shop and to look at what you need to do if you decide to go Lemon Law , There is no care at AUDI to customer satisfaction , I think you need to look at lemon law good so you might want ... Read More
I would like to suggest to you that you keep every piece of paper on your car , never leave dealership with out all paper work that shows what they have done , and be sure that you take a loaner car , never not take a loaner i hope that this is a isolated problem , but i doubt it and not to make you have a sleep less night ... Read More
I keep getting the same problem over and over again. If i turn the A/C fan speed control to over 9 i fel a vibration, as soon as i lower it again the vibration goes away. I took it to the Authorized Audi Dealership and they changed the filters, two month later it has started again. Can anyone tell me if they have experienced this problem and how they solved it ... Read More
Thanks for the suggestion Lexusguy. The Jag and especially the Audi have much better fuel economy numbers than M45 certainly in part due to the extra gear. Interestingly the Infiniti dealer did not have a 2009 M35 (with the new engine and 7-speed transmission) that he could find for me to test drive to compare with the M45. They had lots of 2008 models though.
Due to a looonnnggg lead time, I was forced to keep my A6 for, hmm 41 months, 5 months beyond the contract term. By the time I turned it in it had gone faithfully for about 60,000 miles. Three sets of tires and the only real issue with it was the first few months where every month I had to have the pushbutton start replaced. Actually when I drove in to ... Read More
I have no connection with the dealer, but a dealer posted on the Audiworld forum, of which I am a member, a 2008 A6 4.2 for more than $15,000 off of MSRP. Here is the link link title
2008 4.2 with following options Sport Suspension 1BE Shades 3Y5 Floor Mats 6MM Audi Ipod 7D3 Audi Lane Assist 7Y2 Navigation PND 19" Wheels PQ4 I made $1k deposit for dealer to ship car (he says cost him $400 for 120 miles ) from another out of state dealer and then "found out" it was test drive car with 350 miles! They dropped $1k on price and agree to pay shipping ... Read More
Hi Car_man. I'm considering buying this vehicle that came off a 3 year lease in Sept. 2008. It has been sitting on the dealer lot since then. It was originally leased at the end of Sept. 2005. It has 25,000 miles, and is in excellent condition, and is certified. I'm trying to gather as much information as possible to try to get the price down, obviously. The car has heated rear ... Read More
Although whether what you perceive as the "get more" is the value that cause the 5 series for example to lead the pack in luxury sedans as opposed to lead the pack with luxury appointments. BMW and Mercedes are well know for moving volume through easy financing. Why do you thing there are so many BMWs on the road. Also, that is why BMW has seen the floor fall from under ... Read More
I live in Salt Lake City and today pricing for a A6 Quatro were about $10,00 to $12,000 below MSRP-should I stick with this when I go and try and purchase the vehicle this weekend? I am paying cash-is this a fair deal??? gecko1
The interior alone in the A6 wins hands down in the premium luxury class, not to mention the A6 outsells the 5-Series, E-Class, and GS globally without a problem. It may be a great car but it doesn't outsell the 5 series yet alone the rest. Check theautochannel.com. Here's an example in August 2008 ytd sales of the 5 series were about 32,000, A6, 8,000 I believe he was discussing worldwide ... Read More
The interior alone in the A6 wins hands down in the premium luxury class, not to mention the A6 outsells the 5-Series, E-Class, and GS globally without a problem. It may be a great car but it doesn't outsell the 5 series yet alone the rest. Check theautochannel.com. Here's an example in August 2008 ytd sales of the 5 series were about 32,000, A6, 8,000.
Here you go, chrish11. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 A6 3.2 quattro Sedan with 15,000 miles per year are .00081 and 43%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2009 Q7 are .00026 and 43%. Audi is currently waiving the first month's payment and security deposit on leases of both of these vehicles. ... Read More
Wow, this forum is a great resource! I am trying to, like so many of you, figure where I am with my deal. Presently, I am looking at a 2008 A6 Q 3.2 for a lease. Car includes premium package, iPod interface, Milano leather, navigation. 10k miles; 2950.00 down (includes taxes); 569/mo. I still am not moved to make the deal. If anyone has some guidance or thoughts I would love ... Read More
Just signed on a 2008 Audi A6 3.2 CVT w/ premium, nav, ipod, homelink, s line exterior. 36 months/ 10k miles per year. MSRP was around $44215 (after $5150 enhancement credit-- original MSRP was $49365). Selling price before rebates was a little under $35000. But I added $650 Audicare (which raised residual by 1%) and the $845 excess wear and tear protection. $1540 total driveoff including first months payment. I qualified ... Read More
Hi 3fromtheedge. Audi is still providing the $2,500 cash incentive on leases of the 2008 A6 with its new November program, but this car's money factor increased slightly to .00081. On the bright side, Audi is now waiving the first month's payment and security deposit for free on the '08 A6 so that makes up for the difference...but I doubt that this program will have a lower monthly payment than the ... Read More
Hey twodomes. Audi extended its October lease program through November 11th. Until then, Audi Financial Services' buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 2008 A6 3.2 Sedan with quattro and 10,000 miles per year are .00059 and 47%, respectively. When negotiating your lease on this car, make sure to take advantage of the $2,500 cash incentive that is available on it right now. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying ... Read More
Hi car_man, Looking for the MF and residuals for 10kmiles/year on the 2008 (yes, 08, not 09) Audi A6 3.2 for 36 months. Thanks!
Hi traderb. The A6 is the only 2008 model that Audi is still providing lease support on. Audi has decent money factors on it. The problem is that its residual values are terrible. If you were to lease a 2008 Audi A6 3.2 Sedan with quattro through Audi Financial Services right now for 36 months with 10,000 miles per year its buy rate lease money factor and residual value should be ... Read More
Please evaluate: New 2008 A6 3.2 quattro Phantom Black Pearl Exterior Premium Pkg S Line Pkg Nav System MMI Package 17" wheels Sport Suspension for $788/mo......on a 36 month lease @1.62 % APR with $2000 down. This deal is from SONNEN AUDI, San Rafael - CA. The most important reason for me buying the car from Sonnen Audi was the salesperson (Jay). He is extremely meticulous and knowledgeable .......and he also ... Read More
hey andy, it was santa monica audi's fleet manager. but i believe the deal ended september 2. selling price before tax was $38750. could you clarify what you mean by "Especially since in 2011 a new a6 is to be released." Does the release of a new version in a couple years mean its good or bad for getting an 08??
Have the new Sept Incentives come out for a buy on 2008 Audi A6 4.2 models? I was hoping they I would be able to combine the cheap financing and cash back now.
It is tysons audi. I was getting quotes with lot of dealers and took the best one and went to tysons and that guy beat all. I got it for a6 49117.00 on the road price with 0.9% apr for 60 months from audi financials.
O.K., so this makes some sense as the Premium Pkg. and the Nav seem to ad up to $5150. So, do I just assume that the car should sell for invoice minus $2500? If so, what is the invoice now? Do we assume that Audi is "giving away" the premium pkg and nav? Or, am I to believe that the car has a lower invoice price (-5150) and then begin negotiation ... Read More
Here are my thoughts - I saw this afternoon the same "Value Enhancement Credit" for the same amount. What I saw afterwords, is that when I build the A6 on the Audi USA website, there is no option for the navigation system or the premium package. In fact the items in there are listed as "standard equipment" for the A6 FSI CVT. I know this was not always the case - ... Read More
Could use some help with the purchase of a leftover '08. I've been to several dealerships and have seen window stickers on A6's showing "Value Enhancement Credit" of -$5150.00 I was told that Audi is giving this amount off of cars to move them and that all of the window stickers were "re-printed" to reflect this credit. From what I understand, this credit basically offsets NAV, premium pkg., etc. Can anyone ... Read More
Hey Al, Seems similar to an offer I got: 08 A6 CVT w/ ipod, premium, and nav msrp:44015 selling price: 38750 MF: .00043 res: 60% (10K miles/yr, no audi care) Term: 24 months $0 down and $545/mo inc. CA tax I still think the selling price might be a bit high, as there's supposed to be $2000 cash available on this car plus $500 for being a current AFS customer. I ... Read More
Palisades Audi. I am pretty happy with them so far.
I have received Quote from PA dealer for 49,400.00.
I found the following deal for a 2008 A6 with 2500 from audi conquest plus 500 Audi loyalty: 1000.00 out-of-pocket 15k mileage 690.00 per month Nav,Ipod,premium pkg, technolgy pkg, Audi-care main included
I was just at an Audi dealer in SoCal returning my wife's expired A4 Cab lease (will miss that car...). She replaced it with an Acura MDX. My Infiniti M45 lease expires in December, though, so I asked a few questions just to get an idea of where things stand with the A4s and A6s. Dealer said that they are unloading both "well below invoice." According to Edmunds, there's between $2500 ... Read More
Thanks for all of the info here. I'm interested in a 2008 A6 Quattro, and had a few questions: 1. At this point in the year, the 2008's are rotting on dealer lots, so how low can the cap cost on the car go? Invoice minus $2500 or so (incentive) or has anyone seen this go any lower? I'm in Florida, so if anyone has any experience with any Southeast dealers, ... Read More
Sounds like a good deal to me. Would you mind emailing me the dealer name and salesperson? I'm in the market for an A6 myself. email@example.com Thanks, John
Forgot to mention that its 0 down. I only have to pay $160 for the fees per the dealer.
Hello, I'm suppose to return my 2007 A4 in December. I was contacted by a dealer (NJ) to return my car now and they would pay the remaining payments on top of giving me different incentives. Here is the deal i got: 2008 A6 3.2 quattro 36 months 12K Premium Package MSRP 50,47 I can have it for $555 a month, tax is included. Does this sounds like a good deal? ... Read More
Hi zkaudio. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Audi A6 3.2 Sedan and 15,000 miles per year are .00042 and 45%, respectively. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
try to negotiate the buyout price in december. audi just lowered the msrp on all remaining 2008 A6's by $5000 because of the just announced "slightly" redesigned A6 for 2009. check out the current pricing for 2006 A6 CPO vehicles for sale today that are similarly configured with low mileage, then check the price again in december, it can only go down.
Audi has listed a new offer on the A6 until 9/2 $489* lease per month although this is for an MSRP of $45,275 MSRP for the 2008 Audi A6 3.2 FSI V6 with quattro all-wheel drive, 6-speed automatic transmission w/Tiptronic, Premium Package and destination charge over $550 a month seems like a lot with 5K down
I just leased a 2008 Audi A6 quattro for $565/mo. with $5K down. Has premium package, i pod and 19" 7 spoke alloy wheels. MSRP on the car was $53,800. Did I get a good deal. I think I did, but I'm just checking for my own sanity.
I received a quote for an '08 A6 (3.2 q; daytona grey ext.; s-line ext.; s-line int.; premium pkg; tech pkg; nav pkg.; ipod) of $51.4k. After dealing w/wildly different quotes from Audi dealers in NY tri-state area, don't know if this is a fair quote. Any opinions?
My wife has her second, in a row, BMW X3 -- a 2008 fully decked, this time, GASP, with an auto trans. As a side note, she has the new uprated i6 engine -- now at 5,000 miles, this is one very nice engine. Perhaps, I dare say, nicer than the Audi 3.2. Say it ain't so. In any case. . . I can, from time to time, get my non-Audi ... Read More
hello- newbie here looking to get some advice or thoughts on an audi i'm thinking of leasing. stopped by the dealer to look into leasing an audi a6 quattro. this is the car: audi a6 3.2 quattro cold weather package premium package technology package navigation ipod lane assist sports suspension automatic sunshades MSRP 57,965 invoice 54,400 price before conquest/loyalty incentive 55,732 price after ccnquest/loyalty incentive 53,232 price that i was quoted ... Read More
Hi hipo. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 A6 3.2 Sedan with quattro and 15,000 miles per year are .00018 and 45%, respectively. The residual value for a lease with 12,000 miles per year would be 2% higher. The 10k residual value would be 3% higher. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Here's the information that you're looking for, jpdc. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 A6 Sedan 3.2 with quattro and 10,000 miles per year are .00018 and 48%, respectively. Audi is still providing a $2,500 loyalty cash incentive on leases of this car to current owners and lessees. It is also waiving the first month's lease payment. ... Read More
Hello, growing up, my family has only owned cars and I also have only owned cars up until this point. Right now, I am considering leasing a car and this deal caught my eye: http://www.dcaudidealers.com/audi/regional_aoa/dc/A6_sse.html 2008 Audi A6 3.2 Quattro $639* lease per month for 36 months $0 DUE AT SIGNING Now through July 2, 2008 Down payment: $0 Refundable security deposit: $0 Acquisition fee: capitalized within lease contract ($575) First ... Read More
I'm in LA area, got my A6, 2008 w/premium package, Nav and iPod connector (MSRP $49,165), a few days ago. $1300 down, $533/mo (including tax), 49% residual, 12K miles/yr, plus includes Audi Scheduled Maintenance. Money factor is crazy low 0.00018. Negotiated price down to approximately $40.6K +650 for scheduled maintenance – for those pricing A6. Note, money factor will expire as of May 2, 2008, if I’m not mistaking, not sure ... Read More
sorry mate, but both are determined by AFS (Audi Financial Services) and the dealer has no control over this
http://www.tristateaudidealers.com/audi/regional_aoa/tristate/AudiA6_LeaseOffer0- 8.html there is actually $3500 in incentives in the NYC area, see above
Infiniti, last time, actually got a $1,500 deposit out of me, a sold order car and I almost left Audi -- they simply came back, from out of no where and a car that had been almost $200 per month more was reduced in price to LESS than the Infiniti. I had NOT been happy with the fact that both BMW's 5 and Infiniti's M were "as high or higher" in ... Read More
Just make sure you give the car back after the lease is up. Have had almost 9 years of Audi ownership experience and this is not the type of automobile to OWN. Audis are lease-type vehicles that are given back at the end of the lease/warranty, no questions asked.
As mentioned earlier, Audi is also providing a $1500 cap cost contribution in addition to the $2000 incentive. With the added contribution, it should make your total due up front around $600. As far as the deal, I don't know what the $999 down is about but the $549 a month does not include sales tax, title or registration so that has to be added as well. After a long time ... Read More
The advertised deal is $999 down, $575 acq fee, $549 1st mo pymt for total due up front of $2,123. 36 mo lease of $549 a mo. MSRP of $50,425 invoice of $46,950 (prem pkg incl $775 destination). MF of .00018 and 50% residual for 10k mi / yr. I tried to work backwards into the numbers from what I know. It appears Audi is basing these lease #'s on a ... Read More
Here's the official statement from Audi's website about the additional $1500 (audiusa.com): Audi is pleased to offer you $1,500* towards the lease of a new 2008 Audi A6. *This offer is valid for a limited time only and can be combined with all other current Audi offer including special AFS lease rates. Offer requires financing with Audi Financial Services. New contract must be signed and vehicle delivery taken from dealer stock ... Read More
Crap. I just went out and signed a lease order on a 2008 Audi A6 3.2 Quattro w/ Prem, CW and iPod. I thought the incentive was just the $2,000 as was originally posted. So when I got an offer of $2,411 under invoice I jumped at it (I figured the dealer had contributed some cash). I live in NY. Can anyone confirm the extra $1500 incentive exists on the East ... Read More
Guys and gals, I just got off the phone with my area rep. Got great news for you. In addition to the $2000 lease incentive on 2008 A6 leases, there is also an extra $1500 available now. Money factors are still low at .00018 and residuals will vary by engine/drivetrain. -Jerry
I'm currently leasing a 2004 A6. My lease expires in July and I'm trying to decide whether to buy my current car or to lease a 2008. I gather that Audi is offering extremely low money rates for new leases -- less than 1%. But those rates seem to be expiring soon. Does anyone know if they are likely to be extended? Also, if they're expiring and I want to move ... Read More
Thanks for the confirmation on the deal. I agree with you on Carmax.
Whis engine was in your 02 A6?
Wow they have not discounted the car at all. You would be able to get it for much less if you go through internet sales. Why don't you try selling your old Audi to Carmax? They might give you a better price. Also I hear there is $3000 hidden dealer cash? You can easily get it below invoice if this is true
Here's the deal. I normally purchase, and do not lease. But I have a unique problem. I just brought in my 2002 Audi A6 due to intermitent engine light. Found out I need a completely new engine / rebuild. Cost is insane. I asked if they would be willing to take the car and lease me a new one. Ignoring the insanity of a car dying at 65k miles even after ... Read More
Audi Care is $600 that pays for 4/50 maintenace that was free in past. And they will bump the residual 1% to compensate for it, so it esentially pays for itself. There's $2000 Audi Loyalty money on A6's thru March to my knowledge. So with a good deal from your dealer, I doubt an A6 like you want it will cost you $200/month more on a lease payment than the M35. ... Read More
When Audi came out w/ the A6 in 2005, the MSRP was around 41k to start for a 3.2 Quattro. You could get a fully loaded one for just over 50k. Now the same 3.2 Quattro starts @ 45k. With premium, nav, tech, milano leather, it's over 55k. As a comparison, you can't buy a fully loaded 2008 MB E class V6 or BMW 5 series for 625/mo w/ $1000 out ... Read More
TCO at this point makes this purchase more expensive than a new 2008 A4 Avant -- unless you KNOW for sure for sure this will not require BREATHTAKINGLY expensive maint and replacement parts and repairs.
Hi gophaster. Wow, you're certainly interested in some nice cars. Here's the info that you're looking for. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2008 Audi S8 with 10,000 miles per year are .00263 and 55%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are .00263 and 47%. The numbers for a 48 month lease are .00283 ... Read More
You're welcome, markb5. The money factor that you mentioned looks good to me. It is right in line with Audi Financial Services' buy rate for the 2008 A6 3.2 Sedan with quattro. The selling price that you were quoted, $1,200 over invoice, is OK, but if I was in the market for this car I personally would shoot for a larger discount than that. Furthermore, Audi is currently providing a $1,500 ... Read More
Hi guys, I am interested in leasing an 08 Audi S8. Wondering if I could get the residual and money factor for 10,000 miles per year - 24,36, and 48 month lease. Also, contemplating just going with a V8 4.2 Quattro A6 (because it's considerably less expensive! :) ) so I'd be interested in the same information for that as well. Thanks very much in advance!
Hi markb5. This looks like a very good deal. After taking the $1,500 cash incentive that Audi is currently providing on leases of the 2008 A6 into account, it is probably equivalent to around a little over $900 over dealer invoice...which isn't bad. Plus, the dealer that you are working with is using Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor to calculate your monthly payment. If it includes sales ... Read More
Here you go, jeqq. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Audi A6 4.2 Sedan with 15,000 miles per year are .00027 and 46%, respectively. I posted this program instead of the 42 month program because the money factor for a 36 month lease of this car is about half of the factor for a 42 month lease ... Read More
This ( 2008 Model Year ) is actually when I expected that Audi would introduce a single or twin turbocharged version of the 3.2L ( 3.1L ? ) V6 – to extend \ sustain interest in the A6 until the next complete change. I was wrong. Again. - Ray Not an automotive marketing expert . . .
Hello and thanks in advance for your thoughts on the following figures: I've been quoted the following from two So Cal Audi Dealers - both we're Internet Specials if that means anything: 2008 A6 3.2 CVT 10K/36 MSRP: $49,165 w/options Invoice: $45,732 +Audi Ad Buy $550 = $46,282 Sell Price: $44,794 Audi Care: not discussed Buy Money Factor: .00027 Residual: 48% of MSRP Drive-off cost: 1st payment: $621** This would be ... Read More
Hi jeqq. Audi's 36 month lease program for this car is definitely more attractive than its 42 month program right now. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Audi A6 3.2 Sedan with quattro and 15,000 miles per year are .00027 and 47%, respectively. the $575 acquisition fee that the dealer is charging you is legitimate. AFS charges ... Read More
As a recent Audi purchaser (2008 A6 4.2) I relied heavily on all these boards to learn about other owner experiences and, of course, make the fateful BMW vs Audi comparison. I think Habitat1 has hit the nail on the head: a street legal production "performance luxury sedan," Audi or BMW, that I can find in a showroom or order from a dealer is so far removed from the racing vehicles ... Read More
After extensive research & multiple test drives I just drove home a 2008 Audi A6 4.2 with every option except adaptive cruise. So far I am thrilled. I looked into the MB E-series, the Lexus GS series and of course the BMW 5-series. I had all but settled on the 535i. It is a rocket, luxurious w/o question and I love the way it feels and performs. But then I sat ... Read More
You're right, jabber. Sorry about that. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Audi A6 3.2 Sedan with quattro and 15,000 miles per year are .00020 and 47%, as I mentioned in my first message. Sorry for the confusion. If you buy Audi maintenance resid goes up 1% to 48.
Hi nourdmrolnmt1. This car's lease program varies by term and mileage allowance. You never mentioned what either of these variables are, so for now I will assume that you are interested in a 36 month lease with 15,000 miles per year. Let me know if you want something different. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month leas of a 2008 Audi A6 ... Read More
You're right, jabber. Sorry about that. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Audi A6 3.2 Sedan with quattro and 15,000 miles per year are .00020 and 47%, as I mentioned in my first message. Sorry for the confusion. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi shawn757. Here's the information that you're looking for. Audi Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2008 Audi A6 3.2 Sedan with quattro and 15,000 miles per year are .00020 and 47%, respectively. Audi Financial Services is currently providing a $1,500 cash incentive to current Audi owners and to owners of select competitive makes. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying ... Read More
What is the Rate and Residual of a 2008 Audi 3.2 Quattro in zip 44023. thanks.
I am currently in the market for an a6 lease with the following details I am looking for 3.2 quattro with Nav and premium package etc with MSRp in the region of 52k. I am a part of audi supplier program which gives 6% off of MSRP in addition to all applicable retail incentives Details for lease are 36 months/15K miles a year My dealer has recommended that I lease a ... Read More
If the A6 sales are lagging in my neck of the woods (southern NH), it has to be due to the salespeople. I recently 'Lemoned' a Lexus and was in the market for a new car, and I had a short list: an A6 4.2, and a BMW 535i. The 2008 A6 was just out, and nobody had a 4.2 that I could test. I decided to test a 3.2 since ... Read More
Based on my experience -- which is over 2 dozen Audis deep -- I would say you took a step sideways. I have the 2005 A6 3.2 Q with all options save sport suspension. Your CTS MAY not have the "issues" your A6 had. You did not, however move forward -- indeed, based on the fact that the 2008 CTS with every possible option almost measures up to the 2005 in ... Read More
This is the estimated average annual insurance premium being charged in your state. The premium has been determined based on annual premium data for defined coverages (liability, comprehensive and collision) from a major insurer.
While this information is specific to vehicle make, model, model year and body type, your personal information is not taken into consideration and could greatly alter the actual premium quoted by an insurer. Factors that will affect your rate include your age, marital status, credit history, driving record, and the garaging address of your vehicle.
The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2008 Audi A6 in NJ is: