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Old 04-21-2015, 03:10 AM
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I leased a base model 2013 a4 w/36mos and 12k/yr. With nothing down, I pay 442/mo. Others have told me they pay far less. Did I do poorly on my lease negotiation?

I now have 3.5 months left on said lease. I was planning to buy the A4 redesign, but since that's been delayed, I'm in a pickle. Is it better to buy out the car, which has 24k miles and would cost about 25k with taxes to purchase outright? Or should I just extend the lease until I lease my next vehicle?

I live in Los Angeles and am open to any and all suggestions. I'm even considering a q5.
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Old 04-28-2015, 02:56 PM
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Regardless of how poorly, if at all, you did on your negotiations the residual value for every A4 of same msrp that leased that month would be the same even if the other guy paid $300. I dont believe the vehicle is worth $25k but that up to you to decide, i would suggest extending the lease but be prepared as when the new A4 comes out, $442 will seem like the deal of the century.
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