2018 Audi A5 Sportback first time lease--any help much appreciated!

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#21

Hard to turn down the interior of an S4 (massage seats) for the same payment on an A5 Sportback.


#22

A7 is similar price ? i’d like to check it out if you have some examples !


#23

plus taxes fees I did one in the 630s for 39/10


#24

2018 a7 won’t be as cheap to lease as an a5 sportback but it might be close. There’s a ton of lease cash from Audi.

Last year I was offered $1500 out of pocket and $590/month (7500 mi/yr) on an absolute base a7.


#25

got me all excited i thought it was gonna be sub 600s lol

back to reality


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#29

I do this everyday… I know where they land. I just did one at 650 + tax. 39/10. 75k msrp, customer picking up next week. Cheaper models going for 630s, customer wanted the comp pack

74k msrp
52k sales price


#30

I that on a 2018 or 2019 A7?


#31

I’d be super impressed if they were doing 22k off MSRP on a brand new model.


#33

@Splash, what’s the DAS? If it’s zero then decent deal for 12k miles

@GeorgeCSL is offering 569 with zero down for 7.5k miles for comparison


#34

As @nyclife said, these are running very cheap right now. $850 is way too high.

2018 A7 Premium Plus 3.0t. $72,200 MSRP.
$659 with $0 down, plus taxes and fees. Knock off another $30 if you can show an Audi in the household.
39 month lease, 7.5k miles per year.

I have not seen it mentioned on this post yet, but the 2018 A6 Premium has a great deal right now as well.
$50,830 MSRP.
$429 with $0 down, plus taxes and fees. Another $30 off for loyalty.
39 months, 7.5k miles per year.

@Splash Either one of these is better than the deal on the A5 SB right now in my opinion.


#35

But that is not with full taxes? In MD we are taxed on full car


#36

We’re not including taxes, just talking bottom line on the deals. I’m not sure what tax would do to these deals in MD. I stick to the west coast, but Quentin(nyclife) has a solid deal for the east coast.


#41

You’re off on the miles, go to the calculator on here and use the perimeters you have from this post.
74k msrp
52k selling
.00044 money factor
40% residual at 15k for 39 months.
42% residual at 12k for 39 months.
43% residual at 10k for 39 months.
.


#42

4% RV difference between 7.5k and 15k right? So it’d be closer to $75/month difference for a $74k car.


#43

So it would be 4% difference, in case of going fron 7.5k to 15k


#44

I was using Nyclife’s figures, so I did my math assuming 10k miles.