Long time lurker, currently trying to hack a deal on a 19 e-tron. I’ve been talking to two dealers, and the best either of them will do is basically 10% (plus marketing allowance of 5500) pre-incentive on leftover '19s. I have Costco and loyalty, but am in a decidedly not competitive market.
Here’s the deal:
2019 E-Tron P+ - 36/10
MSRP - 77,870
Selling price - 64,632 (includes current 5500 marketing allowance)
Incentives - 11,500 - Loyalty (2000), Costco (2000), Tax credit (7500) - plus cash card (500)
MF - .00132 (buy rate)
Residual - 49%
Payment - 563/mo+tax
Drive off - 2142 (first payment, tax on incentives, dealer fees - but really it doesn’t matter)
Here’s a link to the calculator. FYI, I put the marketing allowance in the untaxed incentives section to show the actual dealer discount up top.
Obviously this easily meets the 1% rule, but can I do better? Does this meet the approval of the hacker gods?