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AUDI A6 SALOON 40 TDI Quattro (4wd) Sport 4dr S Tronic [Tech Pack ] £27,921 at Drive the Deal

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Another good offer via Drive the deal for a Quattro (4wd) AUDI A6 automatic in sport spec @ £27,921 in metallic paint.

You can then go shout to the wife/kids... "Go fire up the Quattro"

Sport trim comes with electric front seats, four-way lumbar adjustment, LED headlights, 18in alloy wheels, leather seat trim, dual-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, ambient LED interior lighting and keyless go. The standard infotainment system includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, sat-nav, Bluetooth, a DAB radio, an 8.8in touchscreen and a punchy 10-speaker stereo.

Plus this has the tech pack added, which adds the virtual cockpit/screens etc

0 to 62 in 7.6 seconds, 204bhp & 7 speed s matic automatic gear box

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AUDI A6 DIESEL SALOON 40 TDI QUATTRO SPORT 4DR S TRONIC [TECH PACK]

Brand new unregistered cars. You will be the first registered keeper and you will be dealing with the Audi dealer directly once an order is placed.

Available from stock for quick delivery in the following colours:

Metallic - Glacier white
The Interior features Twin leather in Black with Inlays in Aluminium fragment.

This model carries the following features as part of its standard specification:

  • 18” ‘5-arm’ design alloy wheels
  • Side and rear windows in heat-insulating glass
  • 4-way electric lumbar support
  • Heated front seats
  • Split-folding 3-seat rear seat bench (40:20:40) with rear centre armrest
  • 3-spoke multi-function high leather steering wheel with shift paddles
  • Deluxe 2-zone electronic climate control
  • LED Interior Ambient Lighting Pack
  • Auto-dimming and frameless rear-view mirror
  • Front and rear floor mats
  • MMI Navigation with MMI Touch with 8.8” full HD touch screen
  • Audi Sound System: 6-channel amplifier 10 loudspeakers & subwoofer
  • Audi Pre-sense Front
  • Lane departure warning
  • Cruise control system with speed limiter
  • Parking System Plus with front and rear sensors & Rear-view camera
  • Keyless go
  • Electro-mechanical parking brake

In addition to the standard specification, the stock cars available also have the following factory fitted options:

Technology Package, which contains the following equipment features:

  • MMI Navigation Plus with MMI Touch
  • Audi Virtual Cockpit
  • Audi Phone Box with wireless charging
  • Audi Connect Infotainment Services (36-month subscription)

The quoted discounted price includes a £6,000 deposit contribution towards Audi finance. This is conditional on you taking out PCP finance at 4.9% APR Representative.

if you are looking to pay cash for your car then you will only need to add £4,000 back to the discounted purchase price shown.

NOTE: THIS CAN BE WORKED AROUND BY TAKING OUT THE PCP AGREEMENT THEN PAY OFF/SETTLE THE AGREEMENT WITH 14 DAY COOLING OFF PERIOD.

All quotes include 12 months road fund licence, a full manufacturer's warranty, and free driven delivery anywhere in England. Quoted prices are valid for cars Ordered after the 13th January 2020 and delivered by the 31st March 2020
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It’s a sport rather than an s-line, so this is what it will look like. Good price though OP, heat.
Cheap_n_Nicety16/02/2020 12:02

Not a big fan of recommending cancelling PCP straight away. Leaving it …Not a big fan of recommending cancelling PCP straight away. Leaving it running for 3 months will ensure that dealers get their commissions and can continue to offer deals like this. Of course it will cost you a tiny amount of interest but just sits better with me. I've no links to any car dealer, just sharing my experience of taking advantage of PCP deals (deposit contributions, free service plan) without ripping anyone off


While the sentiment is there, I feel zero sympathy to main dealers who cream an absurd margin most of the time. Audi especially (I have a family member who works for one of the biggest franchised Audi dealers in the UK and when we get discount to cost, an Audi service went from £400 to under £200. Note that Audi broke even on this still!!).
CoeK16/02/2020 11:51

Yes. But if you are buying an expensive car you can probably afford it.


Can you afford to pay £5 for a litre of milk? But you wouldnt would you?
Not a big fan of recommending cancelling PCP straight away. Leaving it running for 3 months will ensure that dealers get their commissions and can continue to offer deals like this. Of course it will cost you a tiny amount of interest but just sits better with me.

I've no links to any car dealer, just sharing my experience of taking advantage of PCP deals (deposit contributions, free service plan) without ripping anyone off
Edited by: "Cheap_n_Nicety" 16th Feb
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It’s a sport rather than an s-line, so this is what it will look like. Good price though OP, heat.
Is this car subject to the ridiculous high road tax band?
Coolbird16/02/2020 11:38

Is this car subject to the ridiculous high road tax band?


Being plus 40k then yes
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Coolbird16/02/2020 11:38

Is this car subject to the ridiculous high road tax band?


Anything over £40k is, even ELECTRIC cars, where is the incentive to go electric.
Coolbird16/02/2020 11:38

Is this car subject to the ridiculous high road tax band?


Yes. But if you are buying an expensive car you can probably afford it.
Not a big fan of recommending cancelling PCP straight away. Leaving it running for 3 months will ensure that dealers get their commissions and can continue to offer deals like this. Of course it will cost you a tiny amount of interest but just sits better with me.

I've no links to any car dealer, just sharing my experience of taking advantage of PCP deals (deposit contributions, free service plan) without ripping anyone off
Edited by: "Cheap_n_Nicety" 16th Feb
Cheap_n_Nicety16/02/2020 12:02

Not a big fan of recommending cancelling PCP straight away. Leaving it …Not a big fan of recommending cancelling PCP straight away. Leaving it running for 3 months will ensure that dealers get their commissions and can continue to offer deals like this. Of course it will cost you a tiny amount of interest but just sits better with me. I've no links to any car dealer, just sharing my experience of taking advantage of PCP deals (deposit contributions, free service plan) without ripping anyone off


While the sentiment is there, I feel zero sympathy to main dealers who cream an absurd margin most of the time. Audi especially (I have a family member who works for one of the biggest franchised Audi dealers in the UK and when we get discount to cost, an Audi service went from £400 to under £200. Note that Audi broke even on this still!!).
stealth66616/02/2020 11:53

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The money from vehicle tax has been paid into the general taxation pot since 1937 and the roads are funded out of general taxation since then anyway.
cactusbrandy16/02/2020 12:10

While the sentiment is there, I feel zero sympathy to main dealers who …While the sentiment is there, I feel zero sympathy to main dealers who cream an absurd margin most of the time. Audi especially (I have a family member who works for one of the biggest franchised Audi dealers in the UK and when we get discount to cost, an Audi service went from £400 to under £200. Note that Audi broke even on this still!!).


Margin on new cars is pretty much non existent.
fat-pudding16/02/2020 12:14

The money from vehicle tax has been paid into the general taxation pot …The money from vehicle tax has been paid into the general taxation pot since 1937 and the roads are funded out of general taxation since then anyway.


It's amazing how many people don't know that.
cactusbrandy16/02/2020 12:10

While the sentiment is there, I feel zero sympathy to main dealers who …While the sentiment is there, I feel zero sympathy to main dealers who cream an absurd margin most of the time. Audi especially (I have a family member who works for one of the biggest franchised Audi dealers in the UK and when we get discount to cost, an Audi service went from £400 to under £200. Note that Audi broke even on this still!!).


I knew people would disagree and I've no problems with that.
deleted241043716/02/2020 11:57

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Am I missing something?

What's VAT on electricity got to do with anything. There is VAT on fuel. If anything VAT on domestic electricity is usually reduced rate 5%.
CoeK16/02/2020 11:51

Yes. But if you are buying an expensive car you can probably afford it.


Can you afford to pay £5 for a litre of milk? But you wouldnt would you?
Can someone educate me please? Is there any way to get this on 0% finance? Or if I have to take out the 4.9% finance and pay the required amount monthly on time in full would I expect to pay £27,921 in total or more?

Apologies for the ignorance.

Thanks.
Edited by: "MadeDixonsCry" 16th Feb
Coolbird16/02/2020 11:38

Is this car subject to the ridiculous high road tax band?


Yes, remember if you didn’t like it complain to your MP..
si716/02/2020 12:30

Can you afford to pay £5 for a litre of milk? But you wouldnt would you?


If I chose to buy expensive cereal that I knew was going to need expensive milk I wouldn't bitch about needing to buy £5 milk.
packard16/02/2020 12:34

Yes, remember if you didn’t like it complain to your MP..


And prepare to be ignored
CoeK16/02/2020 12:18

Margin on new cars is pretty much non existent.


So these are sold at a loss on retail price before discount? Unlikely!

My example from servicing is a valid one. Why does Audi have polished floors and complimentary coffee, when seat and Skoda doing the same service have a much better price and less luxurious showrooms?

We all know why
Cheap_n_Nicety16/02/2020 12:28

I knew people would disagree and I've no problems with that.


Disagree with the proof of margins on servicing? Hard one to disagree with, but perhaps you refer to the general Audi experience?

I'm.not anti Audi by the way. I've had a Seat, Skoda, VW and Audi and both the VW and Audi were delivered new with faults. My current is a Tiguan with a door that wouldn't open (passenger) and now gets stuck closing. The A3 had a window that didn't fit in the passenger door and let water in.

Our GLA is another story. Mercedes make Audi look cheap for their servicing. Eye watering.
cactusbrandy16/02/2020 12:46

So these are sold at a loss on retail price before discount? Unlikely!My …So these are sold at a loss on retail price before discount? Unlikely!My example from servicing is a valid one. Why does Audi have polished floors and complimentary coffee, when seat and Skoda doing the same service have a much better price and less luxurious showrooms? We all know why


Yes new cars are often sold at a loss by a dealership.
CoeK16/02/2020 12:55

Yes new cars are often sold at a loss by a dealership.


Right. So this is £43k new, sold £16k or so less. Audi aren't losing a penny on this deal right now.

At £43k, don't underestimate how many people pay retail price without negotiation. There's a lot of them.
cactusbrandy16/02/2020 12:56

Right. So this is £43k new, sold £16k or so less. Audi aren't losing a p …Right. So this is £43k new, sold £16k or so less. Audi aren't losing a penny on this deal right now. At £43k, don't underestimate how many people pay retail price without negotiation. There's a lot of them.


Well I guess if I ignore all the years I was an accountant in the motor trade and take your word for it that all works out.
CoeK16/02/2020 12:36

And prepare to be ignored


Keep writing and demand a surgery
tempt16/02/2020 13:08

Keep writing and demand a surgery


Or move on with your life and sort out your priorities.
CoeK16/02/2020 12:59

Well I guess if I ignore all the years I was an accountant in the motor …Well I guess if I ignore all the years I was an accountant in the motor trade and take your word for it that all works out.


But go on, challenge my logic on this deal. I'm also a commercial accountant, just not motor trade.
cactusbrandy16/02/2020 13:17

But go on, challenge my logic on this deal. I'm also a commercial …But go on, challenge my logic on this deal. I'm also a commercial accountant, just not motor trade.


I'm not a commercial accountant anymore.

What logic do you want challenged?
CoeK16/02/2020 13:21

I'm not a commercial accountant anymore.What logic do you want challenged?


That the dealer wasn't making a loss at £43k and that it's highly unlikely they're not at £27k either. Especially if it's a factory order.

Other dealers/brands might produce loss leaders with support from head office etc to get market share, but Audi are not one of them.

Audi (VAG) grab market share and more margin via 2nd sales through leasing targeted models in large volumes at a margin that keeps everyone happy and the factories operating efficiently.

Pretty much VAG operating model. There's obviously more to making a profit or loss than just the dealer etc.
cactusbrandy16/02/2020 13:25

That the dealer wasn't making a loss at £43k and that it's highly unlikely …That the dealer wasn't making a loss at £43k and that it's highly unlikely they're not at £27k either. Especially if it's a factory order. Other dealers/brands might produce loss leaders with support from head office etc to get market share, but Audi are not one of them. Audi (VAG) grab market share and more margin via 2nd sales through leasing targeted models in large volumes at a margin that keeps everyone happy and the factories operating efficiently. Pretty much VAG operating model. There's obviously more to making a profit or loss than just the dealer etc.


A dealer pretty much never sells at list. You said they often do but that was completely baseless.

You are mixing up the manufacturer and the retail dealer. These aren't the same.

A dealer can sell at this price when they negotiate manufacturer support.

Retailers make tiny margins on new cars overall. But they make a loss on the actual sale often. They will make money eventually from manufacturer bonuses if achieved and volume bonus and commission from financing. They will lose the volume bonus and commission if you settle right away.
cactusbrandy16/02/2020 12:56

Right. So this is £43k new, sold £16k or so less. Audi aren't losing a p …Right. So this is £43k new, sold £16k or so less. Audi aren't losing a penny on this deal right now. At £43k, don't underestimate how many people pay retail price without negotiation. There's a lot of them.


Oh and as for polished floors. Manufacturers set dealership standards. Meeting those standards is actually a pain for a lot of dealers.

If audi turn up and your dealer is a mess they are within their right to take away the franchise.
CoeK16/02/2020 13:30

A dealer pretty much never sells at list. You said they often do but that …A dealer pretty much never sells at list. You said they often do but that was completely baseless.You are mixing up the manufacturer and the retail dealer. These aren't the same.A dealer can sell at this price when they negotiate manufacturer support.Retailers make tiny margins on new cars overall. But they make a loss on the actual sale often. They will make money eventually from manufacturer bonuses if achieved and volume bonus and commission from financing. They will lose the volume bonus and commission if you settle right away.


It's not baseless. I see the evidence at a very large UK franchised Audi dealer.

At £43k retail, we know that on this Audi - they make at least £16k - if this deal at £27k is not sold at a loss.

I suspect you didn't work for Audi.

That's simple logic.
cactusbrandy16/02/2020 13:35

It's not baseless. I see the evidence at a very large UK franchised Audi …It's not baseless. I see the evidence at a very large UK franchised Audi dealer. At £43k retail, we know that on this Audi - they make at least £16k - if this deal at £27k is not sold at a loss. I suspect you didn't work for Audi. That's simple logic.


It isn't that complicated and I just explained it.

The dealer doesn't get the car at 25k and sell at 43k except this one time at 27k that's just crazy.

They likely have this car on consignment and ask audi to offer them terms to allow them to sell at a lower price.
CoeK16/02/2020 12:34

If I chose to buy expensive cereal that I knew was going to need expensive …If I chose to buy expensive cereal that I knew was going to need expensive milk I wouldn't bitch about needing to buy £5 milk.


But a car doesnt "need" to have expensive road tax. Its a government decision to get more money out of ppl. Just like a cereal doesnt need to have expensive milk either. Flawed logic.
si716/02/2020 13:50

But a car doesnt "need" to have expensive road tax. Its a government …But a car doesnt "need" to have expensive road tax. Its a government decision to get more money out of ppl. Just like a cereal doesnt need to have expensive milk either. Flawed logic.


You missed the point. People know before they buy a car over 40k list that their tax will be higher for 5 years. They can choose to pay it or to buy a cheaper car. No point buying a car you know will be taxed higher then moaning about it like a toddler.
CoeK16/02/2020 13:53

You missed the point. People know before they buy a car over 40k list that …You missed the point. People know before they buy a car over 40k list that their tax will be higher for 5 years. They can choose to pay it or to buy a cheaper car. No point buying a car you know will be taxed higher then moaning about it like a toddler.


No i didnt miss your point. Its your flawed logic thats the problem. Ppl do have a right to be annoyed and moan about government decisions that impact them on a daily basis. Whats your suggestion, leave the country? Its just plain daft what youre saying but you wont perceive it. And your cereal analogy was even worse. With cereal you have a choice what milk you choose. Its not dictated to you. And IF it was dictated to you, you would be the first one to moan and bitch...because youre a numbers guy.
si716/02/2020 14:02

No i didnt miss your point. Its your flawed logic thats the problem. Ppl …No i didnt miss your point. Its your flawed logic thats the problem. Ppl do have a right to be annoyed and moan about government decisions that impact them on a daily basis. Whats your suggestion, leave the country? Its just plain daft what youre saying but you wont perceive it. And your cereal analogy was even worse. With cereal you have a choice what milk you choose. Its not dictated to you. And IF it was dictated to you, you would be the first one to moan and bitch...because youre a numbers guy.


Ah I forgot the car you drive is dictated to you by the government. Makes sense now.
CoeK16/02/2020 14:06

Ah I forgot the car you drive is dictated to you by the government. Makes …Ah I forgot the car you drive is dictated to you by the government. Makes sense now.


Flippant remarks dont make you correct in your understanding. Shall i raise the price of milk to £10 per litre so you cnt have your coco pops in the morning kid?
si716/02/2020 14:38

Flippant remarks dont make you correct in your understanding. Shall i …Flippant remarks dont make you correct in your understanding. Shall i raise the price of milk to £10 per litre so you cnt have your coco pops in the morning kid?


Interesting.
18-plated A6 S-Tronic from trader is £17,950, several at this price or £100 more or so, and sub-20k miles, Quattro is either higher miles or an extra £1k

So in two years you'd have lost at least £9k, not including the massive PCP interest at 4.9%. You can lease a better one (Audi A6 Saloon 45 TFSI Quattro Sport 4dr S Tronic) for 36-months £12.8k if you really want one, which would put the cost to use it at around the same as this will lose in 3 years (excluding the interest you are paying if you opt to buy it on PCP) .

Not sure how easy it will be selling a non PHEV/BEV luuxry car in 3 years though, unless you avoid all towns and cities.
CoeK16/02/2020 11:51

Yes. But if you are buying an expensive car you can probably afford it.


But with the discount, it's not as expensive as it was.
CoeK16/02/2020 12:59

Well I guess if I ignore all the years I was an accountant in the motor …Well I guess if I ignore all the years I was an accountant in the motor trade and take your word for it that all works out.


Just remember, you never stop learning. That's a life lesson for you
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