Sick of Change
03-23-2005, 03:36 PM
It's march now and the dealer is telling me with $4,000 down it's $475/mo + tax on a 2.0T CVT with premium, xenon, sport. Get the f%#$ outta here with those numbers.
The lease on my 2001 A4 is up in May, if the prices don't come down I'm going to BMW.
BTW im paying $325/mo with tax on my A4 I got new
03-23-2005, 07:53 PM
for the 2006's. Lease deals will appear. Right now is the worst time. Try to wait a little longer.
03-24-2005, 03:49 AM
My friend is getting hit hard on the lease for the new B7, but since if company pays for it, he really does not care. As far as a real lease on the B7, Audi has extended the lease on the B6 SE till May 31 because the middle of the country has a ton left. He told me there is not one B6 left here in the Northeast and that he needs a special lease on the B7 ASAP.
03-24-2005, 05:40 AM
AoA's new chief has stated that his goal is to not dump cars with incentives (i.e. lease deals) and he doesn't care if they sell fewer cars. Throw a ton of cars on the market by way of incentives and all you are doing is killing the future value of the brand and the cars (ask GM) and setting Audi Financial up for huge problems down the road when those cars come back off lease.
What you are paying for your '01 really has no factor in the equation. It's a 4 year old car! Doesn't make sense to say you will go to BMW based on price either since you are most likely talking about the current 3 series. If that is the case, go look for a great deal on a B6.
03-24-2005, 11:31 PM
of which the body style was 4-5 years old when you bought it. Gimme a break. Oh, and have fun with the BMW, which, optioned out, will still cost a hell of a lot more than an A4.
03-26-2005, 09:38 AM
which shows a B7 2.0T lease for $369 / mo - that's with 10k miles, 36 mo, with $2500 drive off.