I was trying to get competitive quotes on Audi A3 Titanium. Two dealers in South Florida didn’t want to play. Below i have numbers from the two that did. However, the first one got an attitude and just stopped responding. What i have negotiated, and am contemplating is the following:
Audi A3 Titanium package 36 month lease (would love to do nothing down, but that doesn’t seem to be happening. Need payment as low as possible
Dealer One Dealer 2
Msrp 36,040 36,170
rebate 4,000 4,000
sell price 25,932 28,289
discount 6,108 7,880
sales tax ? 1804.65
dealer fee 1588 (895+687) 1355.50
money factor 00081 or 1.9% 00062 or 1.48%
Cap reduction tax $240 none mentioned
Lic Transfer $250 $250
Rental Surcharge $60 ??? $60
Neither dealer would do multiple deposits . . .they said the rate was already too low. With Dealer number two i have been able to have them absorb my last payment on lexus ct 200h of $317, but not my disposition fee of $350 for the Lexus return. They want me to get the audi care maintenance package which im not sure if should do . . .even though they reduced it to half price. If i do get it, i will pay it up front instead of rolling into the payment. And if they will agree to rotate my tires every so often that would be incentive. Im thinking i could get oil changes for less at an independent place? But im not familiar with having machine of this kind. Had the easy to maintain Lexus for three consecutive leases.
Leasing period for 36 months taxes included:
Dealer number one had me at a 315 payment with 2265 down and 7,500 miles
Dealer number two had me at a lot of confusing numbers: 10k miles for 308.61 another time, 7500 miles for 308.37 with 1200 down . Another time 319.23 with $1200 down. (It was my hand written notes with no down payment noted for the 308 with 10K miles the others were print outs) Seems like each time i revisit, things come out different.
Wondering if i am circling a good deal or if i need to press harder in some way.
Thank you in advance!!
sorry . . .i see my nice columns did not come out right. hard to decipher. tried to fix, sorry again.