For incentives, there is the $1250 Lease Cash which should be in taxed incentives. The $1000 dealer marketing allowance should not be treated as an incentive, but rather reduce your selling price by the $1k.
When you make those adjustments that puts you at 7.4% pre-incentive discount. Hard pass.
Personally I wouldn’t sign for a 2020 right now unless I was at least around 12% pre-incentive at base MF. While still a nice truck, a 2020 is an outdated model now with the refreshed 21’s hitting dealers as we speak (I test drove one today). With Costco the standard discount on these was 10% all summer long, for example.
Not a great discount. Push for 12%-15%. IMO, the 2021 model is a refresh so you should command a better discount on a 2020 plus you don’t get the benefit of MSDs with an NY dealer and you should make that known to them.
FYI Audi came out yesterday with their Season of Audi incentives. Looks like $750 on '20 and '21 SQ5’s.
So for a 2020 you should be able to stack the $1250 Lease Cash with $750 Season of Audi for $2k total incentives now. Of course this doesn’t change the fact that the pre-incentive discount is still way to low on the deal above.
This typically wouldn’t be launched till November however my dealer said yesterday they were rushing it out this week to get it in before the election.
Thank you. I asked for a breakdown of the price and the dealer said there is a manufacturer rebate of $2250. Is this something separate from the $1250 lease cash you mentioned and the new $750 Season of Audi?