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    1. Member Hoffdad's Avatar
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      03-09-2016 08:00 PM #1
      Current Passat TDI owner, Future Audi Q7 owner here , looking to start a post similiar to the others on these forums on prices paid to help us all make sure we are getting a good deal on our new vehicle.

      Since most people's total OTD price by itself is kind of worthless to some one in another city/state, please post the breakup of the pricing as follows. You can always add other items if you have a better breakup. The important items are the trim, options, and negotiated price before any taxes and fees.

      If you had a trade in, please be sure to mention the trade-in value of your vehicle you are trading in.

      Trim: Premium/Premium Plus/Prestige
      Options/Add-ons: i.e. Driver Assistance Package, Cold Weather Package, etc.
      MSRP: $xx,xxx.xx
      Negotiated Price: $xx,xxx.xx
      Destination: $xxx.xx
      Doc Fees: $xxx.xx
      Taxes: $x,xxx.xx
      Tags: $xxx.xx
      Less Trade-In: $xx,xxx.xx

      Total OTD: $xx,xxx.xx

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      03-27-2016 10:02 PM #2
      I will tell you that Audi marks up all of their new cars by 6%. So the MSRP is the invoice+6%. In order to get a really good deal, you need to be around that invoice price. I have rarely seen them go under invoice for any car unless it is a year previous model or they have had it in their inventory for a few months. If you are a current Audi owner, you can get invoice plus any Audi loyalty incentives, so that will dip you under that invoice amount.

      When I am buying a new car, I go to all three dealerships in my area. I talk them down to invoice and then get it in writing. I then go to the dealer that I prefer and show them the offer. They usually give me $500 off of invoice if it is a standard car if it is an S model they call security. haha. I have done that with the last three Audi's that I have owned and I am always pleased with the over-all price and experience.

      Good luck!

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      03-28-2016 03:16 PM #3
      I just got a prestige for the price of a premium. 120 control modules? I am in for an interesting ride!!!
      I hate cupholders

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    6. 04-11-2016 11:32 AM #4
      Don't forget to become an Audi of North America member before you go buy a new vehicle... Once you come to an agreement on the price, show them that you are a member... 6% off
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      04-19-2016 10:43 AM #5
      It all depends on your location. In NJ/PA dealers practically give the cars away.

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      04-19-2016 10:45 AM #6
      Quote Originally Posted by croman44 View Post
      Don't forget to become an Audi of North America member before you go buy a new vehicle... Once you come to an agreement on the price, show them that you are a member... 6% off
      The official rules of that program is just 6% MSRP which can be had for anyone.


    9. 09-21-2019 09:00 AM #8
      I just got a prestige for the price of a premium.
      It all depends on your location.

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