|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|10-01-2018 01:36 AM|
Seems like there are a lot of experienced Audi owners here on this thread. I am on the verge of buying a new Audi Q7 2018 3.0 Technik model with few option packages- Driver Assistance Plus, Dynamic Ride package, S-line and Luxury seats package and some of the other options that are just there on the car but cannot be taken off like - Towing hitch package, upgraded inlays and rear window sunshades. In all the MSRP is 88k plus Freight, PDI and $595 lease acquisition fee and $395 vehicle prep fee plus GST. In total I am getting 5k off the MSRP and including tax that comes out $91462.
Do you guys think I am getting right amount of discount on an outgoing 2018 model? As per unhaggle any discount 5-7% off the MSRP is good but I am still not convinced if its the right amount. Other lease related stats are 46% residual which $40480 which I would need to pay if I buy out the car plus the rate of interest is 2.9% for 48 months with 12k limit.
I am really trying to make up mind here between Q7 and volvo xc90. So considering similar lease terms for Volvo on 2019 xc90 inscription T6 I was offered 6k off the MSRP and the payments were $100 cheaper monthly so am I getting the right amount of discount on Audi? What do you guys think? Any input is much appreciated
|09-22-2018 10:49 AM|
I have Audi 4 Cabrio, for the past 9 years, and am very happy with it. Unfortunately the soft roof has detached from the rear glass window, especially at the upper corners with the sealant dried up and crumbling at a few spots. Is there a way to repair this by reapplying the new sealant all around? Any advice will be appreciated. DAdeF
|08-24-2018 09:13 PM|
|rosscal||where is west yorks. i am a new member looking for help with my 95 s6. I need to know how to remove vacuum hose from driver side door lock. If anyone has any ideas i would be very grateful. thanks and welcome.|
|06-18-2018 12:15 PM|
|Lolita||Hello! All the best.|
|06-16-2018 10:50 AM|
Hi everyone, another new member...
I'm a new member from the UK. Looking for some guidance with my daughter's 2012 A3.
|06-14-2018 12:36 PM|
|Lolita||Hello! Good mood for everyone!|
|05-24-2018 06:29 AM|
|RichyD||Hi Emily, things going ok, they fitted a new hub and all seems well. It sailed through its MOT with no advisories so hopefully they'll be no more surprises, hope not anyway as I'm going to Scotland next week in it lol.|
|05-23-2018 09:18 AM|
|Emily||Hi Rich, hope things are going okay with it|
|05-06-2018 08:43 AM|
It ended up costing me £180.00 which included £30+ for tracking ...but having not learned anything from my past experiences with Kwik fit which haven't been the best tbh I took to them because I could only get the morning off from work and they were the only place that could get me in, and so driven by need took it there. I should have took it somewhere else (in hindsight) as it ended up being there all day anyway, apparently the first bearing that was sent from the suppliers wasn't the right one and so they were waiting for another one to turn up, they agreed to phone me when it was done, I had walked to the centre at 13.30 to be told about bearingate !!.
17.15, received a call to say I could call down for the car, so I walked down and arrived at around 17.35, my car wasn't there and so I sat in the waiting room, my car pulled into the space in front of the garage with the young man who had been doing the work, he called another guy over who I think was acting as the manager or at least the duty manager for that day and had a few words, then put the car on the ramps, hoisted it up, went to fetch a spanner at 4 times until he found the correct sized one and started to do whatever it was he was doing, with that done it was now 17.55, he handed me the keys, I paid the bill and got in my car. The first thing I wanted to do was get on the motorway...the car drove quietly as opposed to before, the bearing seemed to be fine all the way to the motorway ...there was a funny sound from the brakes and they were a little spongy but they had got me to sign something regarding the brakes as they had needed to do something with them in the process of changing the bearing, got on the motorway put my foot down, got up to around 60mph and the steering wheel started to vibrate terribly (the steering wheel was also off centre which it wasn't when I had left it), I slowed it down which only made the shaking worse until I got below around 40mph, I felt the wheels when I had got off the motorway and the wheel with the new bearing was considerably warmer, no hotter would be a better term, hotter than the opposite side.
Anyway to cut to the point, obviously the place had shut by the time I got back from my jaunt, so took it back first thing yesterday morning, left it with them with a detailed description of what was happening (I cant believe that the guy who took the car out didn't feel any of the things I had felt) ......they rang me around dinner time to say that my hub was bent, they would fit a new one foc but couldn't get one in until Tues, so yet more inconvenience for me to sort re work on Tues .....so I'm sure I'll be able to update you all on Tues evening ....never using them again ......
|05-05-2018 01:05 PM|
|WhiteShadow89||Unfortunately I am unsure how much that would run you. Good luck though, and welcome!|
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