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Montreal514 wrote:
Feb 21st, 2018 12:38 pm
curious, would anybody be aware whether Audi is notoriously cheap in regards to trade in value appraisals? I have a 2014 A4 with 50K KMs, in great shape, and two different Audi dealers offered ridiculous amounts(like $5k less than what I expected). This is also using a scenario where I'm buying a 2018 Allroad, so using that balance against the new purchase
Just curious: what the trade in value that dealer offered for you on 2014 A4 ?
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abydyby wrote:
Feb 21st, 2018 1:15 pm
Just curious: what the trade in value that dealer offered for you on 2014 A4 ?
About $16K, and it has the extended warranty, and 2 sets of Audi mags with tires
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If it's a Progressive Auto, then I would say trade in value be around $20,000 as being fair. If it's Komfort Auto, $17,500 would be a fair trade in value.
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booblehead wrote:
Feb 21st, 2018 1:31 pm
If it's a Progressive Auto, then I would say trade in value be around $20,000 as being fair. If it's Komfort Auto, $17,500 would be a fair trade in value.
Interesting? You're aware that a 2014 Komfort with(certified the pre-owned warranty) sells for about $23-24K at the dealerships?
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sounds about in the right ball park. Typical markup on dealership used car is around 30-35% on the wholesale value. Therefore, if that car cost them, say $17,000 - $17,500 ... then say dealer is to spend $1,500 for various "must replace" wear & tear parts and mark it up say 30% and slap on the CPO status, ... projected listing price would be around$24,000 - $25,000.
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booblehead wrote:
Feb 21st, 2018 1:51 pm
sounds about in the right ball park. Typical markup on dealership used car is around 30-35% on the wholesale value. Therefore, if that car cost them, say $17,000 - $17,500 ... then say dealer is to spend $1,500 for various "must replace" wear & tear parts and mark it up say 30% and slap on the CPO status, ... projected listing price would be around$24,000 - $25,000.
in other words, f*** the dealerships and sell private?
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Montreal514 wrote:
Feb 21st, 2018 2:31 pm
in other words, f*** the dealerships and sell private?
all depends on what you want to do. If your car has really no issues and tires and brakes are relatively in good condition, then you should be able to ask in the $21 - $22,000 range and go from there. The only down side is you will get lots of lowballers / tirekickers in which you will have to waste a bit of time to entertain them.
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Montreal514 wrote:
Feb 21st, 2018 2:31 pm
in other words, f*** the dealerships and sell private?
What are you going to lose?? Try it and see if there is enough interested, price may be $1,000-$1,500 below other cars for a quicker sale.
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Montreal514 wrote:
Feb 21st, 2018 1:42 pm
Interesting? You're aware that a 2014 Komfort with(certified the pre-owned warranty) sells for about $23-24K at the dealerships?
http://www.autotrader.ca/a/audi/a4/lang ... P6&sprx=-1

this one is certainly asking a lot ... it's going to take a long time for dealer to move the car with such huge markup. But then BC has always known to be a difficult place to buy a decent priced car, new or used.
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afretes wrote:
Feb 16th, 2018 2:03 pm
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If I were to sign up at the auto show in morning and lease the Q5 in the afternoon within the same day, will it be enough time to get the pin code for free Audi care? Or do you think I should go a day before I lease the car?
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Is it normal to get different residual rates from different dealers for the same model year car? On the same lease term of cause.
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may be slight change, not a big difference.
based on the negotiations, audi sets the residual percentage ,
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March promotions and cash incentives:

A3/S3 - FWD, quattro, Cab

$1,500 stackable cash ($1,000 AC and $500 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 2.9% 36 - 2.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 2.9% 60 months

A4/S4

$2,500 stackable cash ($2,000 AC and $500 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 1.9% 36 - 2.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 1.9% 60 months

A5/S5 Coupe

$2,000 stackable cash ($1,500 AC and $500 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 2.9% 36 - 2.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 2.9% 60 months

A5/S5 Sportback

$1,000 stackable cash ($500 AC and $500 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 3.9% 36 - 3.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 3.9% 60 months

A6

$4,250 stackable cash ($3,500 AC and $750 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 1.9% 36 - 1.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 1.9% 60 months

S6

$3,250 stackable cash ($2,500 AC and $750 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 2.9% 36 - 2.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 2.9% 60 months

A7

$5,250 stackable cash ($4,500 AC and $750 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 1.9% 36 - 1.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 1.9% 60 months

S7

$4,250 stackable cash ($3,500 AC and $750 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 2.9% 36 - 2.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 2.9% 60 months

RS7/RS7 Performance

$2,750 stackable cash ($2,000 AC and $750 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 3.9% 36 - 3.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 3.9% 60 months

Q3

$1,500 stackable cash ($1,000 AC and $500 dealer participation)
Lease rate: 2.9% 36 - 2.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 2.9% 60 months

Q7

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Lease rate: 3.9% 36 - 4.9% 48 months
Finance rate: 3.9% 60 months
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whats the difference between dealer participation and AC? I am assuming AC = Audi credit?

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