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Audi Q5 Diesel Estate 40 Tdi Quattro Sport 5dr S Tronic [Tech Pack] £32,398 @ Drive the Deal
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Audi Q5 Diesel Estate 40 Tdi Quattro Sport 5dr S Tronic [Tech Pack] £32,398 @ Drive the Deal

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Posted 21st Feb

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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.

Cars are available from stock for quick delivery in the following colours:

  • Solid – Brilliant Black
The interior features Front Sports seats in Black Twin leather with trim Inlays in Aluminium Rhombus

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

  • 18” ‘5-arm star’ design alloy wheels
  • 4-way electric lumbar support
  • LED Interior Lighting Pack
  • MMI Navigation (SD card-based)
  • Xenon headlights with LED daytime running lights and LED rear lights
  • Heated front seats
  • Multi-function 3-spoke leather steering wheel with paddle shift
  • Audi Parking System Plus acoustic and visual parking assist system for the front and rear
  • Electric folding door mirrors
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 £5,000 deposit contribution towards Audi finance. This is conditional on you taking out PCP finance at 6.5% APR Representative.

If you are looking to pay cash for your car then you will only need to add £3,000 back to the discounted purchase price shown.

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 19th February and delivered by the 31st March 2020.
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If you don't fancy buying it's about £9.9k to lease the same car over 2-years with no intrest to be paid, or lost.
Another estate
Uncommon.Sense21/02/2020 13:00

If you don't fancy buying it's about £9.9k to lease the same car over …If you don't fancy buying it's about £9.9k to lease the same car over 2-years with no intrest to be paid, or lost.


10k for lease.. Hmm thats not a good value in PCH for 32k vehicle
telcoengr21/02/2020 13:07

10k for lease.. Hmm thats not a good value in PCH for 32k vehicle


Indeed, but it is an option if you don't want to pay 6.9% APR, and don't intend keeping the vehicle for long.
Uncommon.Sense21/02/2020 13:20

Indeed, but it is an option if you don't want to pay 6.9% APR, and don't …Indeed, but it is an option if you don't want to pay 6.9% APR, and don't intend keeping the vehicle for long.


Can you take out PCP and settle it in 14 days to save on the interest? Think I’ve read this in other threads but maybe confused
Mister_Cool21/02/2020 13:44

Can you take out PCP and settle it in 14 days to save on the interest? …Can you take out PCP and settle it in 14 days to save on the interest? Think I’ve read this in other threads but maybe confused


Your can, but you need to find £32k down the back of the sofa to do that, or take out a loan, or remove it from savings. Either way you are spending our losing money.
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 21st Feb
Uncommon.Sense21/02/2020 13:54

Your can, but you need to find £32k down the back of the sofa to do that, …Your can, but you need to find £32k down the back of the sofa to do that, or take out a loan, or remove it from savings. Either way you are spending our losing money.


If you’ve got enough that you have funding for a pot entitled ‘losing money’, I’ll happily spend it on Audis all day long.
Edited by: "Murgatr0yd" 21st Feb
Car will have sensor issues within a couple weeks
Uncommon.Sense21/02/2020 13:20

Indeed, but it is an option if you don't want to pay 6.9% APR, and don't …Indeed, but it is an option if you don't want to pay 6.9% APR, and don't intend keeping the vehicle for long.


Yes but u also can get 0 percent Apr card from virgin money for 20 months. They usually give 10k interest free loan. Use this to buy the car and then get it changed after 2 years.
telcoengr21/02/2020 14:50

Yes but u also can get 0 percent Apr card from virgin money for 20 months. …Yes but u also can get 0 percent Apr card from virgin money for 20 months. They usually give 10k interest free loan. Use this to buy the car and then get it changed after 2 years.


I'm lost, £10k is not going to cover a 32k car. Can you explain a bit better, maybe I'm just being blind
Uncommon.Sense21/02/2020 14:55

I'm lost, £10k is not going to cover a 32k car. Can you explain a bit …I'm lost, £10k is not going to cover a 32k car. Can you explain a bit better, maybe I'm just being blind


You need to put some money in deposit.. Lets say 5k, make 2 to 3 cards, one of virgin media I know and other barclays.. If u have good credit score u can easily get 10k out of them for 2 year interest free credit cards. Sign up the 2 year pcp and within first 6 months you can pay off the car with some more but little cash that is left over..

5K + 20K interest free credit card = 25k
Remaining 7k you can pay it off, for example ask your partner to get virgin money or you can apply back again from different provider after 6months.

Once you pay it off you can always sell it at auto trader. I am sure this car will be worth more than 25k in 2 years time
Edited by: "telcoengr" 21st Feb
telcoengr21/02/2020 15:26

You need to put some money in deposit.. Lets say 5k, make 2 to 3 cards, …You need to put some money in deposit.. Lets say 5k, make 2 to 3 cards, one of virgin media I know and other barclays.. If u have good credit score u can easily get 10k out of them for 2 year interest free credit cards. Sign up the 2 year pcp and within first 6 months you can pay off the car with some more but little cash that is left over..5K + 20K interest free credit card = 25kRemaining 7k you can pay it off, for example ask your partner to get virgin money or you can apply back again from different provider after 6months.Once you pay it off you can always sell it at auto trader. I am sure this car will be worth more than 25k in 2 years time


This is why large luxury diesel cars are being reduced, they will not be worth 25k in two years time. This is a great deal, but prices of these things are falling faster than ever.
neil.solender21/02/2020 15:33

This is why large luxury diesel cars are being reduced, they will not be …This is why large luxury diesel cars are being reduced, they will not be worth 25k in two years time. This is a great deal, but prices of these things are falling faster than ever.


Check out auto trader and I see 2 years old car q5 is more than that
telcoengr21/02/2020 15:26

You need to put some money in deposit.. Lets say 5k, make 2 to 3 cards, …You need to put some money in deposit.. Lets say 5k, make 2 to 3 cards, one of virgin media I know and other barclays.. If u have good credit score u can easily get 10k out of them for 2 year interest free credit cards. Sign up the 2 year pcp and within first 6 months you can pay off the car with some more but little cash that is left over..5K + 20K interest free credit card = 25kRemaining 7k you can pay it off, for example ask your partner to get virgin money or you can apply back again from different provider after 6months.Once you pay it off you can always sell it at auto trader. I am sure this car will be worth more than 25k in 2 years time


And if you can't sell it? I certainly wouldn't hand over £25k + in a private car sale.
BattleBeast121/02/2020 15:35

And if you can't sell it? I certainly wouldn't hand over £25k + in a …And if you can't sell it? I certainly wouldn't hand over £25k + in a private car sale.


Considering the prices on new Q5 will go up after April you may be able to sell, this is hugely popular ca for sure
BattleBeast121/02/2020 15:35

And if you can't sell it? I certainly wouldn't hand over £25k + in a …And if you can't sell it? I certainly wouldn't hand over £25k + in a private car sale.


Also in terms of 20k debt, you can always move that money to interest free transfer cards
Edited by: "telcoengr" 21st Feb
telcoengr21/02/2020 15:38

Considering the prices on new Q5 will go up after April you may be able to …Considering the prices on new Q5 will go up after April you may be able to sell, this is hugely popular ca for sure


The demand for diesel cars, new or old, has dropped like a stone - hence the low price on this new car. Just look at the huge numbers stuck at dealers everywhere. You'll never get good money back on a diesel in the future.
DonDraper21/02/2020 16:57

The demand for diesel cars, new or old, has dropped like a stone - hence …The demand for diesel cars, new or old, has dropped like a stone - hence the low price on this new car. Just look at the huge numbers stuck at dealers everywhere. You'll never get good money back on a diesel in the future.


I don't think demand went down, if that was the case then prices of used cars should have gone down too for Q5.

Audi Q5 is popular one and if u look at auto trader the 2 year old car is sold for more than 25k still.

The main reason for hight discount is that this is pre face lift model. The new model will be out in a 2021 where Audi will introduce new interior in q5. Also the VED prices are increasing and they have cars in pipeline to get rid off before prices are increased.

Remember the first year road tax is usually paid by dealer and if that gets increased then it will impact the overall cost of the car
BattleBeast121/02/2020 15:35

And if you can't sell it? I certainly wouldn't hand over £25k + in a …And if you can't sell it? I certainly wouldn't hand over £25k + in a private car sale.


Very true. It’s hard to find a private buyer at that sort of money unless you are very lucky and this could take a long time. You would probably end up trading in at a dealers or selling to we buy any car for a huge loss.
neil.solender21/02/2020 15:33

This is why large luxury diesel cars are being reduced, they will not be …This is why large luxury diesel cars are being reduced, they will not be worth 25k in two years time. This is a great deal, but prices of these things are falling faster than ever.


I have to say what is the demand for diesel powered vehicles going to be like in 2022-23, this is the decline in the UK sales over the last 4 years, and 2020 is predicted that they will fall below 500,000, and the second hand prices falling faster than ever.

2016 - 1,285,188
2017 - 1,065,879
2018 - 749,000
2019 - 615,705

I think they only thing that will help is if the demand for these 'SUV' type vehicles stays strong, and this may help offset the price drop from the fuel type.
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 21st Feb
telcoengr21/02/2020 14:50

Yes but u also can get 0 percent Apr card from virgin money for 20 months. …Yes but u also can get 0 percent Apr card from virgin money for 20 months. They usually give 10k interest free loan. Use this to buy the car and then get it changed after 2 years.


They won't let you pay the full balance (deposit is fine) using a credit card as they get hit a few percent. And on 30k that's a few quid.
Edited by: "neilcaldwell" 21st Feb
This or tesla 3?
I paid more than this for an electric Kia... this is definitely more car, but I’d bet the electric car will hold its value better.
neilcaldwell21/02/2020 21:41

They won't let you pay the full balance (deposit is fine) using a credit …They won't let you pay the full balance (deposit is fine) using a credit card as they get hit a few percent. And on 30k that's a few quid.


They do, I already discussed it with Audi direct.
They say if you pay it within 14 days cooling period then they will charge around 5 pound per day of interest of if you do it after 1 to 2 months then it will be only couple of hundred quid.

Even drivethedeal also say the same thing but they also say not to discuss it with Audi until deposit is paid.
joeymcjoe21/02/2020 22:38

I paid more than this for an electric Kia... this is definitely more car, …I paid more than this for an electric Kia... this is definitely more car, but I’d bet the electric car will hold its value better.


That depends on the view of how the batteries hold their charge. If they do - happy days. If they don't diesel will be more attractive.
Not sure why ppl are getting in to this discussion of diesel vs electric, let's accept it that electric cars are way too expensive right now. Another problem is the charging times which is still very high in my opinion. It will come up but maybe in next decade or so.

This car in 10 years time will possibly be worth 2 to 3K but for now this is one of the best cars around. Diesel cars today are much cleaner than the 5 year old ones. If govt want to get rid of diesel cars they need a good crack down on old diesel cars as they pollute more than the new ones.

There will be new CO2 testing from 1st April WLTP which will increase the VED on many new cars, not just Audi.

Before you get in to SUV, for this price you can't get Electric SUV. Secondly nobody know how reliable and expensive it is to maintain in long term as the battery ages of at least 7 to 10 years hasn't met.
joeymcjoe21/02/2020 22:38

I paid more than this for an electric Kia... this is definitely more car, …I paid more than this for an electric Kia... this is definitely more car, but I’d bet the electric car will hold its value better.


Come on man. Can't compare Kia to Audi.

Get a grip.
Edited by: "trex" 22nd Feb
trex22/02/2020 09:46

Come on man. Can't compare Kia to Audi.Get a grip.


That’s why I said this Audi is more car
It's a hell of a deal, until you start to think about how much it will be worth in 4 years time, probably sub £10K? Still voted hot but I wonder how many other big diesels will start to be discouted really heavily??
MazingerZ21/02/2020 14:43

Car will have sensor issues within a couple weeks


Can you pm me the euro millions numbers this week while you're at it?
trex22/02/2020 09:46

Come on man. Can't compare Kia to Audi.Get a grip.


Have you heard of the Kia Stinger?
trex22/02/2020 12:17

Nope


Well there you go. Check it out sometime
Edited by: "Phlop0" 22nd Feb
telcoengr21/02/2020 23:33

They do, I already discussed it with Audi direct.They say if you pay it …They do, I already discussed it with Audi direct.They say if you pay it within 14 days cooling period then they will charge around 5 pound per day of interest of if you do it after 1 to 2 months then it will be only couple of hundred quid.Even drivethedeal also say the same thing but they also say not to discuss it with Audi until deposit is paid.


Just got a new Amex card and they are currently giving me 5% on purchases! That's worth £1,500 pounds on a £30K car.
neilcaldwell22/02/2020 14:48

Just got a new Amex card and they are currently giving me 5% on purchases! …Just got a new Amex card and they are currently giving me 5% on purchases! That's worth £1,500 pounds on a £30K car.


Amex max cashback 100£
Loud engines, poor mans Beemer.
Not as refined, uncomfortable ride, entry level German engineering, harsh but true.
Sharpharp22/02/2020 15:29

Loud engines, poor mans Beemer. Not as refined, uncomfortable ride, entry …Loud engines, poor mans Beemer. Not as refined, uncomfortable ride, entry level German engineering, harsh but true.


Agreed, just did the test drive of Q5. It is great car no doubt but engine is bit noisy. Also I found suspension of Audi q5 bit firm.
Phlop022/02/2020 11:46

Can you pm me the euro millions numbers this week while you're at it?


Anyone who buys lottery tickets it a numpty. Seriously believe they give away millions? Lmao
telcoengr21/02/2020 15:35

Check out auto trader and I see 2 years old car q5 is more than that


At the moment, yes, as the model becomes older and the demand for ice is through the floor the residuals will follow. Just look at the saving on this thing new. 4 years ago you wouldntvget half this saving on this model.
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