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Would be interested to know what sort of discounts peolpe have been able to get on the Audi Q5.

I asked for and was offered 5% off the book price, so thats ?1750 if your spending ?35k, but it was a bit too easy and suspect i could have got more. Has anyone done better than this?

These are desperate times and i'm surprised Audi are not offering some discounts or complimentary options upfront.
 

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i've just sold my 2005 A4 Avant -
and am going to my audi dealer this week to see what i can get (timing is perfect - end of the month!)

Drive the deal is giving ?2420 off an s line Q5 at the moment, so that might help your bargaining.

The only reason i'm concerned about getting a good discount is so that i can afford to put the proper climate control in and the technology pack!!

I'll let you know how i get on!
 

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thats good, just trying to re negotiate my price got 2k off plus fixed trade in for mine, now trying to negotitate discount on sat nav
 

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Thats a pretty good discount Simon, I saw the spec you ordered on the OTHER Q5 forum, I just wish i could afford the tech pack! your spec looks good though - tech pack and panoramic!!


I'm going to my dealer on Saturday to thrash out a deal, my dealer says he's sold nearly all SE models as people don't reckon the S line is worth it. Unfortunately for me he's having a good month, but it's the sales manager i'm friendly with so i'm hoping to beat your 6.5%!
 

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Thanks, went for 2.0 Tdi S-tronic S-line, Daytona Grey pearl metallic, Tech pack, Heated front seats, Rear bench plus, Tyre pressure monitors, Hill hold assist, 3-zone climate, Cruise, Interior light pack, Panoramic roof, Privacy glass, Folding mirrors.
Discount paid for Tech pack otherwise probably wouldn't have had it.
 

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i can't decide on spec, so far I have gone for 2.0Tdi S Line manual, heated seats, hill hold, light and storage pack, AMI, collapsible spare wheel (i really don't like the look of that foam stuff!), 3 zone climate (why is this not standard!), rear bench seat plus, phone prep low and parking plus. I am considering adding cruise and electric boot open/closer, and maybe B&O.

The problem at the moment is the wife prefers the A6 Avant, which is less flash (her opinion!), thankfully she has left it up to me to decide as I will be the main driver, but shes got me doubting which to go for at the moment. I intend to phone on Monday to confirm model and spec - anybody want to help me decide spec and whether Q5 or A6 Avant 2.0tdi Multitronic Le Mans?
 

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Amack71 - Q5, as per your spec/options - only one I'd exclude is the auto boot open/close - really don't think this is worth the cost. I'm sure you'd get used to it quickly, but I used it a few times on dealership visits and a test drive and I always automatically interfered with the auto close! Really not much effort to open/close the boot yourself!
 

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thats a great deal, I got 7% plus tech pack at 50% off
 

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My car should have been ?34,500 (ish) and I paid ? 32,000 so thats 7.25% basically paid for the Tech Pack and Bluetooth
 

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My best quotes so far after 2 weeks of discussions, are -

Broker = 8.8% ( gets quotes from dealer contacts, very professional & helpful)
best dealer = 8.5%

This is for a Q5 2.0TDi SE manual with met paint, sunroof, heat seats, lumbar, AMI, rear airbags, lightpack, towbar, light pack, hill hold
Anybody got any tips to better these discounts?
 

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Best I can squeeze from a local dealer here in NI is 6.7% and that's only after I quoted another forum member's price (amack71). Prior to this they had stuck at 5.3%. Problem is that they have an Audi monopoly here in NI. They are also quoting September delivery!


I have a few prices from brokers, albeit I'd rather buy local if possible. I called Glasgow Audi the other day and quoted the 5.3% that I was then being quoted locally - they took my number but never even bother calling back.

DrivetheDeal 6.1%
Broker4Cars 8%
Broadspeed 8.7%
Car-Finance Net 8.9%

Also got a pdf quote from AudiBroker.co.uk but (strangely) it doesn't give the price of the vehicle - just the spec and the the monthly payments under a PCP plan. No lead time specified, but they actually list some models that they claim to have in stock.
 

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Yep, i've also been told that the 2.0 diesel s-tronic won't be available for delivery until September at the earliest!!
Just don't think i've got the patience to wait that long
, may go for my second choice of a bmw 5 series ...
 

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My car was listed at $49,800 USD and I got them down to $46,700 (which is under invoice). They also threw in some free rubber mats, and free oil changes... I found out the oil change was an awesome giveaway since the quattro since burns through oil comparatively fast.
 

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After months of deliberation, my orders finally in, managed to get a 10% discount from my local dealership. Have gone for a 2.0 tdi, stronic, s-line, daytona grey, std 19" alloys, drive select with damper control, sunroof, tech pack, storage pack, folding mirrors, rear sliding seats, privacy glass, bluetooth low, boot tray, autoglym, for ~?35k. Now just waiting for the days to pass till delivery sometime in Sept!
 

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10% is fantastic... better than anything I have even been quoted by brokers.

I'm still dithering over this. A 10% discount would probably swing it for me mind. What dealer, if you don't mind me asking?
 

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Just ordered and paid deposit on a 2.0 tdi manual, s-line, tech pack and bluetooth. ?29887 OTR 10% off list and the options too.
 
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