2021 Audi Q7 45 TFSI Premium Plus, 718\mth, 2000 DAS, MSRP $60,590

Test drove a bunch of luxury SUVs earlier this month.

Both the V4 and V6 are solid on this SUV. When it came down to numbers every other competitor was talking $700 min/month with $4-$5k DAS for a 36/10k. Keep an eye on those residuals and MF rates. In the end I told the Audi dealer and there $850/mth with $3500 DAS including $1k down payment to take a hike. Year end numbers on the line and deals are out there.
Worked with a broker off this site instead and kept after it for 2.5 wks until we got a DAS amount we were happy with. The saying is true: no money down and aim for a 1% lease. We got as close as we could with Audi $1500 lease cash and 10% off MSRP. It’s a very popular vehicle and we couldn’t be happier.

Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2021 Audi Q7 2.0L Premium Plus
MSRP: $ 60,590
Selling Price: $ 54,950
Monthly Payment: $ 718
Drive-Off Amount: $ 2000
Months: 36
Annual Mileage: 10,000
MF: 0.0134
Residual: 56%
Incentives: $1500 Audi Season lease offer
Region: Northeast
Leasehackr Score: 7.2

No it isn’t.

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Is that a little pricey for a $60K MSRP car?

Looks like a ton of money for a 4cyl SUV, but the premium plus Q7 is definitely a nice car. Enjoy!

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We got one 2 years ago with a 65K sticker 36/10 sign and drive. It’s $800 a month with 7% tax but the wife wanted it. Also includes Audicare which bumped the residual up 1-2% can’t remember. They do not lease well but they do drive very nice. When you are passing shift down into sport mode. Makes a big difference because it stays in the turbo power band. You’ll feel a little pull vs none at all in regular drive.

Ours also burned some oil and they say it’s normal so don’t panic if yours does the same. It will tell you to add a quart of oil when it does.

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