Finance deals on new rs3?

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Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by Rs63855 » Thu Aug 24, 2017 2:29 pm

Can anyone share there deals who ever has ordered or got the new rs3 guys?

They just quoted me

53k rs3 uk stock.
8k deposit.
48 months
5k miles per year
£615 per month.

Seems expensive!

My wife's mum got the new tts fully loaded for £600 per month, 1k depo, 5k miles, 50k car!

So the rs3 deal seems really high to me?

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Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by doodlebug » Thu Aug 24, 2017 2:50 pm

Audi website has a section which will quote based upon their standard PCP product. Have a play. Seems expensive to me.

TTS not really comparable as that's in the stack it high sell cheap category for Audi.

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by Rs63855 » Thu Aug 24, 2017 5:45 pm

Have done mate online seems more expensive, but in person there is always room to haggle init lol

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by Rs63855 » Thu Aug 24, 2017 5:48 pm

Just been offered a rs6 brand new 94k car 1k deposit. 48 months, 5k miles. 7k deposit contribution from Audi and 3k contribution from the dealer. £1150 per month. Now that seems like a good deal. At 1st it was 1300 per month with a 4k depo until had a haggle!

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Post by doodlebug » Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:08 pm

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Confused....that's a lot less than 615 a month with an 8k deposit.

The RS6 is also well over. I'd be looking for 10% plus off Sticker plus the 7k contribution.

Be warned though, with such a low deposit that car would be negative equity for some time.

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Post by Leonard Stanley » Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:14 pm

Rs63855 wrote:
Thu Aug 24, 2017 5:48 pm
Just been offered a rs6 brand new 94k car 1k deposit. 48 months, 5k miles. 7k deposit contribution from Audi and 3k contribution from the dealer. £1150 per month. Now that seems like a good deal. At 1st it was 1300 per month with a 4k depo until had a haggle!
You should be targeting 7k Audi contribution and 7k centre contribution (the discount)....they should soon start to get antsy about new RS6s sitting around at 94k....

The default approach is (or used to be) talk to Tetbury - good deals and have a good reputation.
Current 2015 RS5 Cab (Panther, most of the toys - except straigtheners), 2012 Discovery 4 family wagon.
Gone 2014 Golf R (Loaded, total sh!te), 2015 Cayman GTS, PDK and stuff, 2014 RS4, Sepang with most of the toys, SQ5, S4 lots of other cars - nothing of interest to be honest.

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Post by doodlebug » Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:15 pm

Or Kings Lynn. They have a Nardo grey car in stock.

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by Rs63855 » Fri Aug 25, 2017 8:08 am

doodlebug wrote:
Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:08 pm
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Confused....that's a lot less than 615 a month with an 8k deposit.

The RS6 is also well over. I'd be looking for 10% plus off Sticker plus the 7k contribution.

Be warned though, with such a low deposit that car would be negative equity for some time.

Nar mate but the £615 is based on a 53k loaded rs3.

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by Rs63855 » Fri Aug 25, 2017 8:11 am

Paul789 wrote:
Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:14 pm
Rs63855 wrote:
Thu Aug 24, 2017 5:48 pm
Just been offered a rs6 brand new 94k car 1k deposit. 48 months, 5k miles. 7k deposit contribution from Audi and 3k contribution from the dealer. £1150 per month. Now that seems like a good deal. At 1st it was 1300 per month with a 4k depo until had a haggle!
You should be targeting 7k Audi contribution and 7k centre contribution (the discount)....they should soon start to get antsy about new RS6s sitting around at 94k....

The default approach is (or used to be) talk to Tetbury - good deals and have a good reputation.
I put 8k down on my current rs3 and there is only 1k equity in it!

I did the same with my 8p rs3 and when handed that back after 3 years there was 800 equity in it.

So it's like that 8k deposit is there profit! Seems better to put a lower deposit down?

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by Leonard Stanley » Fri Aug 25, 2017 8:28 am

Rs63855 wrote:
Fri Aug 25, 2017 8:11 am
Paul789 wrote:
Thu Aug 24, 2017 7:14 pm
Rs63855 wrote:
Thu Aug 24, 2017 5:48 pm
Just been offered a rs6 brand new 94k car 1k deposit. 48 months, 5k miles. 7k deposit contribution from Audi and 3k contribution from the dealer. £1150 per month. Now that seems like a good deal. At 1st it was 1300 per month with a 4k depo until had a haggle!
You should be targeting 7k Audi contribution and 7k centre contribution (the discount)....they should soon start to get antsy about new RS6s sitting around at 94k....

The default approach is (or used to be) talk to Tetbury - good deals and have a good reputation.
I put 8k down on my current rs3 and there is only 1k equity in it!

I did the same with my 8p rs3 and when handed that back after 3 years there was 800 equity in it.

So it's like that 8k deposit is there profit! Seems better to put a lower deposit down?
Well, you fund the depreciation one way or another. If you put a higher deposit down, you have a smaller amount to pay interest on (clearly you are borrowing less).

Personally, I mentally write off the deposit as soon as the deal is done, then keep an occasional eye on value vs outstanding amount owed. If they're broadly in line, then happy days.
At the moment I'm trying, really trying to be sensible and not buy a beast of some sort rather than my pants Golf R. Won't hold out for long though :FIREdevil:
Current 2015 RS5 Cab (Panther, most of the toys - except straigtheners), 2012 Discovery 4 family wagon.
Gone 2014 Golf R (Loaded, total sh!te), 2015 Cayman GTS, PDK and stuff, 2014 RS4, Sepang with most of the toys, SQ5, S4 lots of other cars - nothing of interest to be honest.

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by marc1 » Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:28 am

What's wrong with the Gold Paul? I thought everyone loved them.

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by Leonard Stanley » Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:49 am

marc1 wrote:
Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:28 am
What's wrong with the Gold Paul? I thought everyone loved them.
I bought in the wrong order! B8 RS4 > Cayman GTS> Golf R.

It's ok, it's quick but it sounds like a weedy sewing machine on start up. It also feels less solid. It's a stop-gap, for that role it's fine.

With a V8 or flat 6 you can feel the power through the steering wheel. Obviously a 2 litre turbo is going to be different, but I was expecting great things - sweet chassis set up, great balance etc. All a bit meh.
Current 2015 RS5 Cab (Panther, most of the toys - except straigtheners), 2012 Discovery 4 family wagon.
Gone 2014 Golf R (Loaded, total sh!te), 2015 Cayman GTS, PDK and stuff, 2014 RS4, Sepang with most of the toys, SQ5, S4 lots of other cars - nothing of interest to be honest.

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by Leonard Stanley » Fri Aug 25, 2017 2:31 pm

Current 2015 RS5 Cab (Panther, most of the toys - except straigtheners), 2012 Discovery 4 family wagon.
Gone 2014 Golf R (Loaded, total sh!te), 2015 Cayman GTS, PDK and stuff, 2014 RS4, Sepang with most of the toys, SQ5, S4 lots of other cars - nothing of interest to be honest.

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by Messer » Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:10 pm

I thought it was just me that hated my golf R. Couldn’t wait to get shut. Bland as hell and sounds absolutely pants

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Re: Finance deals on new rs3?

Post by jaysrs4 » Mon Apr 02, 2018 9:04 pm

Why not wait for an ex-demo to come up? I just bought one from Audi on a 67 plate, 4,000 miles for £38k

£6k in and £360 p/m over 48. Absolutely love it.
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