Looking at a SQ7 for a 36/12k. I am in FL, but buying in VA/MD region (not sure which applies for the deal details - it’s my first lease).
Car has a MSRP of $100,815, “discount” of $5500 and “rebate” of $2250 for post incentive adjusted price of $93,065 and a purchase price of $93,364 because they are adding in the cost of a $299 Kahu tracker(?)
Rest of the estimate: Doc fee $499, Tax $489.94, non-tax fees $425.
Dealer said it is with a MF of .00108 and residual of 50% (haven’t included AudiCare at this point).
Estimate with a “$5000 down payment” is a monthly of $1,351
- I can’t get it to add up in the calculator - here is my link for what I’ve done, but the monthly payment is off (calc says $1298 with tax) leasehackr.com/calculator?make=Audi&miles=12000&msd=0&msrp=100815&sales_price=93364&months=36&mf=.00108&dp=5000&dealer_fee=499&acq_fee=0&taxed_inc=0&untaxed_inc=0&rebate=0&resP=50®_fee=425&sales_tax=6.5&demo_mileage=0&memo=&monthlyTax_radio=true&dealerFee_check=false
- I’ve gotten the current MF and residual from Edmunds at .00068 and 50%, with $750 lease cash, so obviously that MF needs work. But is there a way to understand what incentives I should qualify for so that I can separate the MSRP discount from the “rebate”/incentives?
- I am trying to get specific options that make the wife happy, so I am limiting my choices nationally. That said, what would be a good/observed MSRP discount range (excluding incentives) for a car like a 2021 SQ7 Prestige? I’ve been thinking that 9% would be a good day for that car.