2017 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Sedan Lease deal in Socal, is it good?

Hi everyone,

This website had helped me a lot on how to calculate my lease deal, and how to negotiate a deal.

Today, I just got a quote from a SoCal Audi dealership on the 2017 Audi A4 2.0T Premium Sedan.

The Vehicle Price is $40,560
Discount ($5,015.05)
Manufacturer Rebates ($1000)
Net Selling price $34,544.95
Sales tax: $3,206.24
Fees $450.75
Sales Subtotal: $38,201.94

The lease deal that I got is 36month/36k

0 Down Payment. and $454.32/ month. Money factor 0.00050.

Is this is a good deal? Is there anyway that I can fight it? Also is the residual based off of the $40,560 (MSRP) or the $34,544.95 (net selling price after incentives)?

See if you can find out what the residual is because that payment seems high.

Residual is based on the MSRP.

Discount is great. The numbers look about right. Audi doesn’t subsidize residuals to the same extent as BMW or Mercedes. Here are October’s numbers for 2017 A4 2.0 TFSI Premium (front-drive):

36/12K: 55% residual, .00015 MF

Payment will be about $20/month lower if the MF weren’t marked up to .00050.

I think the residual is 55% as Micheal stated.

Thanks Michael.

I actually mentioned about the security deposite thing to the dealership, however, he kept saying it’s down payment and he said there’s no such thing. I wonder how I should explain it to the dealership? Thanks