we? you have a mouse in your pocket?I’m calling ur bluff on that S6 = BS
Hang around here awhile & we’ll teach u how to drive it.
I'd be interested in a new s6 for 60k, can you pm me deets?You Can Buy A New Audi RS 7 With An $18,500 Discount Right Now
NOV 9 BY JAY TRAUGOTT SALES
Embrace the holiday season.
The second generation Audi A7 was revealed exactly one year ago. The all-new RS 7 will arrive sometime in the coming months. But before that happens, Audi dealerships need to clear out some stock and one of the best methods for doing so is to offer discounts. According to Cars Direct, through November 30, Audi dealerships are offering a form of dealer cash called a Marketing Allowance in order to sweeten some discounted prices on select models. Which models, specifically?
Try the 2018 A6 and A7, both of which are eligible for up to a $10,000 discount. Heck, the S6 and S7 are being discounted by as much as $15,000. So let’s put this into some perspective: a 2018 A6 carries an MSRP of $50,675, including destination, and that price can climb as high as nearly $73,000 for the S6.
2018 s6 $80,600 - minus $20,000 negotiated price = tired of waiting for genesis to sort out dealer issues on long island. i did enjoy my car while i had it, but there are always other options......
good luck to all
Thanks for taking the time to explain yourself to “us.”we? you have a mouse in your pocket?
maybe you should get back on the porch
apologies. didnt realize you were too young to understand. financing (not re) was to get the additional $1000 off, and paid in full after receiving first statement. $15k Incentive has me thinking... - is to help you with that tick in your eye and to show that it is still active. and you have no need for my vin unless you want to pretend you own this car too.Thanks for taking the time to explain yourself to “us.”
Lien release? Hahahaha! If u think refinancing a used German luxury car is a smart financial decision...you’re as dumb as the initial decision to purchase it. With or without $15k in dealer cash (wink wink)
I’ll eagerly await your reply if/when u actually get the title. Until then if u wanna impress me & my mouse, show “us” the VIN.
I'm glad you got such a good deal with your Audi or if you bought a Nuclear Class Submarine for 10 cents. Particularly I think paying in full a brand new Luxury German car is one of the dumbest things you can do in your life but let's get all this stuff out of this thread that as the OP says is for OTD price paid for a G80. Good luck andapologies. didnt realize you were too young to understand. financing (not re) was to get the additional $1000 off, and paid in full after receiving first statement. $15k Incentive has me thinking... - is to help you with that tick in your eye and to show that it is still active. and you have no need for my vin unless you want to pretend you own this car too.
you called my bluff. you were wrong. was just putting this out to help anyone who was interested. can this be done?
Happy New Year Beef.Kind of still on topic I suppose. Cool about the S6. But I thought about something.
That wicked deal sucks for leasing. Reason is...your Residual Value is based on MSRP. So if you were to lease it...and then want to buy it out...don't be mislead that the RV is based on the $60k...but rather the full $80k. So if you want to buy it after the lease...you may have a small heart attack...LOL.
Purchasing is another story...and since it is so discounted...the depreciation is eaten up front...so pretty good.
Anyhoo...Happy New Year all !!
Sorry, my mistake.. I misunderstood. We are saying the same thing.^ That is what I just said. RV is based on MSRP. Therefore...at the end of the lease...the RV (or buyout) will be misleading since the Cap Cost was $60k.
What I typed was quite clear...not sure of the confusion here.
It is tough to really comment on the specifics of the deal because they are mixing numbers. I would ask them to break things out so you can see the numbers separately such as:Hi All -
So let me first say that this site and THIS thread is awesome. I've learned a lot from you all and thanks for all the advice and info I've seen. So here's what I have going on. I currently have a 2016 AWD with the Signature & Tech package with 18,500 miles. Bought, not leased the auto in 2017 January with 3,900 miles which was used as a loaner vehicle at the dealership, OTD for $36,900, came with a new car warranty, Silver on Silver and has been a really nice auto. List price was very close to $50,000. I have been a loyal Toyota fan since 1989 and still have a 2010 4Runner Limited that I'll keep forever but love the Genesis as well. Now this is a "WANT" and not a need at the dealership but they have a 2018 White on Silver, G80 AWD 5.0 with about 3,200 miles that is gorgeous and is a loaner as well so never titled. I drove the V8 and it's really sweet and seems balanced better than the V6 but hey, the V6 is sweet too.
I've attached what they offered to me to lease, pay off my existing loan on the 2016 but never mentioned the equity in the car which the salesman said I had about $3,000.00 coming. The quote is with $5000.00 cash down and another quote with $2000 down but $100.00 more per month.
It is tough to really comment on the specifics of the deal because they are mixing numbers. I would ask them to break things out so you can see the numbers separately such as:
Trade In Value:
The acquisition fee they are quoting doesn't seem correct since Genesis' is $750. I don't think they are using third party though since they are listing the Genesis lease cash. They have not released the lease numbers for January yet so I don't know if the RV and MF they are quoting are correct.
I would also recommend that you don't put any cash down, generally it is best to only pay for no more than fees.