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    Hmm, well if that's the case then would seem like the RS 5 might be priced high. $200 - $500 difference including a $8,000 down payment is a big difference.

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    I am pushing my RS5's out without any issue -- we have already sold quite a few. Right now with $8k down (to match the other gentleman's quote) we would be @ $999/mo after tax. We are pretty aggressive here though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audi Ivan View Post
    I am pushing my RS5's out without any issue -- we have already sold quite a few. Right now with $8k down (to match the other gentleman's quote) we would be @ $999/mo after tax. We are pretty aggressive here though.
    Thats awesome. If i didnt lease my s5 i wouldve deff went for that


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    Thatís correct pricing.


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    Need to negotiate the price before talking payment. Like someone else said put all fees and taxes back into price. Work off invoice and not msrp. Always! Then find out money factor and residual and lease term then you can figure out the monthly payment.
    Lease calculator
    Depreciation fee=( net cap cost(agreed upon price)- residual (cap cost x residual percentage of msrp ex. .60) / term in months

    Finance fee= (net cap cost + residual) x money factor

    Money factor x 2400= apr interest rate

    Total months payment = depreciation fee + finance fee+ sales tax

    Normal acquisition fee $496-995, negotiable

    Disposition fee- negotiate It out or of deal , $350 is typical

    Doc fees- waive the documentation fees or reduce $250-600, simply dealer added profit

    Tag and registration fees are official fees

    Good deal low net cap cost and high residual with lowest possible money factor

    Negotiate from invoice up -$2000-3000 over invoice is fair, $ 1000 is better, $500 is excellent

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck.lleshi View Post
    Yea, i got a crazy deal on it. I would be crazy to have let it go. Coming from a b8.5 s4 and mk7 golf R stage 3+ i cant really complain.


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