[A4] Prospective A4 Buyer

Rocky Mullin caliban at sharon.net
Thu Jul 6 22:35:59 EDT 2006

	if you want to maximize your spending, lease.

At 6:07 PM -0400 7/6/06, Nathan Widmyer wrote:
>I was talking with my mom and other people and they mentioned that
>dealerships are more willing to let cars go at the end of a year so they can
>fill up the lot with next years model.
>There are no other packages; they asked if I was interested in them.  I
>didn't know what was in them so I turned it down plus I'm trying to stay
>away from 40k because it's a little too much for my single income.  The more
>I think about it, the better it would be if I save up at least until the end
>of this year to maximize my down payment and try to get them when they want
>my business more than they do now and as you say, I can wait for the 2007 at
>the same time.
>Thanks for your input,
>On 7/6/06, Nicholas Stock <nickstock at gmail.com> wrote:
>>  In my opinion, buy the new one and choose the options you want with the
>>  colour you want. The 2006 is a better car (but only slightly) and the 4 year
>>  50,000 mile warranty is good. However, you can buy an Audi Assured and those
>>  warranties can last to 100,000 miles. 35K for a 2006 with sport, leather and
>>  sunroof sounds OK. Are there any other options with it (S-Line, Technology
>>  package etc?). You might think about waiting a little for the 2007 and try
>>  and knock them down a little on a 2006?
>>  Just my 2 cents...
>>  Happy shopping,
>>  Nick
>>  On 7/6/06, Nathan Widmyer <lighthousej at gmail.com> wrote:
>>  > Hello everyone,
>>  I wrote to this list before about thinking about buying an A4.  Since
>>  then,
>>  recently I've been talking to my local Audi dealership about a new 2006
>>  A4.
>>  They have a new silver A4 2.0T 6-speed, sports suspension, leather seats
>>  and
>>  sunroof that looks pretty nice.  They quoted me an out-the-door price of
>>  $35k.  I told the guy that I talked to that I'll be shopping around that
>>  price to the other, larger dealership where my parents live and see what
>>  they say.  I fully intend on doing that but can some people say if the
>>  $35k
>>  price is good or can I pull it down a few more grand?
>>  Also, my previous message I wrote, I was interested in the B6 A4
>>  (2001-2004)
>>  and I still am today.  Those A4's are coming down into the $20k range for
>>  a
>>  decent one (average equipment, average miles).
>>  Would it be better to snatch a new A4 built the way I like with the
>>  4yr/50k
>>  mi. warranty at over $30k or hold out for an adequate B6 A4 with enough
>>  compatibility with my preferences for a cheaper price?  I know it's a
>>  tough
>>  and very subjective decision but I'm interested in what people that
>>  reflected upon if they were confronted with the same kind of decision.
>>  Thanks everyone,
>>  Nathan
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