All Audi Discounts, Offers and Sale - March 2019
Research the juddering on cold start of 1.5 VAG engines. I was quite tempted to get an A3 on the recent deals until digging a bit deeper into this.
Auto bores me.
I passed on a manual. But it is such a backward method of driving. No sensible person would design a car like that, unless it was cheaper to produce. What next? How about disabling brake lights and make the driver press a button? Manual is also less safe as you have to take a hand off the steering wheel, (bar paddle shifts) . It also means some people do not have time to indicate. Look at USA, most are automatic. Then again, it is a wealthier country! I await manual electric cars for the dinosaurs!
If you dont have the driving ability to be able to manage a manual gearbox thats fine. Theres such a thing as drive involvement though. A lot of people prefer a manual box and a lot of cars suit it better. Its personal choice, not a universal "auto is best".
Hes wrong anyway - its 0 to 60 in 8.2s.
More like this.
Hey The avant A6 is working out at £281 vat included from pure leasing. That’s for 10 k annual mileage. I’m not an employee of PVL. Just really amazed with their prompt customer service.
Hey, Yes this is pretty much what it look like, minus the privacy glass. Quoted from pure vehicle leasing to have it fitted by Audi for £ 300 vat included.
Yes, apart from no privacy glass, that’s now a £475 extra for the new A6!
I’ve been trying to find a similar price deal on the new A6 S Line Avant, to no avail. Heat added for your deal all the same.
They are not quite the same thing albeit related. Quality is zero defect at time of supply, reliability is conforming to that quality over time. Following the logic of wanting a well made car that is reliable the way to do that is to go for older proven technology whilst keeping it simple (less to go wrong) - this is also known as the bottom of the market and not what is expected/wanted/desired as you move up and are prepared to pay more in pushing the boundaries and aiming for more premium products. US and European are different markets in what is desired - traditionally US are big Gaz guzzling that are fast in a straight line. The Europe market has always been more interested in smaller nimble with the ability to handle roads that weave. A prime example here is the Hyundai Santa Fe that was considered a break through though for Hyundai in the US and came there with the option of a 3.3l V6 engine. VAG are presently around the 3% market share in US - the residue values you talk about not making sense is purely and simply supply and demand. As to where you see most value - that describes solely one demographic, and whilst that may suit one form of ownership there be others that make more sense to others - to throw one in there at present with the changing market, unknown future, zero emission zones could investing any capital not be a risk mitigated at present whilst it comes clear the future direction? That's before you come to next gen car-as-a-service, automation and further as the disruptive chages take hold and opening up even more options of having access to a vechile,
Oops. All this time I thought this thrrad was about Q3. (Embarassed)
Just get autowatch ghost. 399 installed. Problem solved
It's not an SUV. It's nothing more than a family hatch equivalent to an Astra, Golf or Focus.
Totally agree. The new Civic - WTF? - it looks like its been designed by a blind monkey.
Buy a dealer first registered car if poss. My 5008 had 8 miles on it, 5 were from when I test drove it. Was First registered to Peugeot, and I saved almost 50% on retail price. Then depreciation is not so much of an issue. I think will keep it 10 years or so.
I did the very same 3 yrs ago. It's 2 contacts - car and finance. So you can pay off the car finance whenever you want.
The depreciation is too large in the first 2 years for me to even consider buying a new car.
the rest are EcoBoost Fiestas
I'm convinced 90% of cars in NI are Diesels, and the rest are high performance petrols
Thanks for bringing this to my attention: Could be useful for me. However, couldn't get the code to work.
A6 purchase deal Given you can buy one for this above. 3yrs 30k it's going to be worth more than 16k, current stuff looks to be around 18-20k spec depending, so poor deal in my eyes
Maybe the sort of person you are dictates what car you drive. There would appear to be a certain class of person who drives a certain type of car. Funny thing is many of those cars come from just one country while the others drive larger and more expensive vehicles. Apologies to you guys who own these types of car who are not a knob or bully and you have worked hard for what you drive. As for the post I think I would spend 12k somewhere else.
Because it's not A5 Coupe and probably because it's 5 digit price. Also people vote cold because other people already voted cold, not because the deal is actually bad. Half the time people don't check what the deal is about or have no idea about the subject. I do admit, though, that A5 deal from two weeks ago was superior and A5 in general is a better looking car. Yet this is still IMO good deal, I wouldn't post it otherwise.
Like the man whose married to the Queen. Didn't he have to give up his licence?
Not a great price. Sport trim has been under £5k for 2 years and S-Line trim has been under £6k, this is almost £7k. Description is wrong too. 35TFSI engine is a 1.4.
How do you guys come across these good deals?
Audi website quotes SE 35 TFSI 6-speed - 1984 - 150 PS? https://www.uk.audi.com/uk/web/en/models/a4/a4-saloon/engines.html
Both the description in the link & the title for this are incorrect. The 2.0TFSI is a “40 190”, not a “35 150”, engine (the 150 is for the old 1.4 & current 1.5).
Op can you check availability please. pH forums stating incorrect price and deals being pulled for the vehicle. However the highlight deal was £6226 over the term. Cheaper than your deal. So sorry if you have already checked this. Hence posting this more expensive. But correct deal.
Is the 2 books for one credit over ? Picked some the other day but just got my new credit and the offer seems to have gone
I’ve not had this issue however I’ve used the credits. Audiobooks still working as of 1pm.
Guessing this has been fixed? I can say that my Audible credits have been reduced from what they were last night, so some sort of "fix" has been applied.
Would anyone be interested in the “send this book” option on Audible - receive a free book listened by another person (you keep the original) the first time you receive a “recommendation” I have mainly football and a few business autobiographies. I would send one to you and the same from you (y) if you do a quick google search you’ll see what I’m referring to!
Caught read-handed? Did they throw the book at him? Did they read him his rights?
The spoiler on the R8 looks big enough to take off and put on my real car.
The indicators don't work on these, just like a real audi!
Well it’s as close I’ll ever get to owning the real deal lol
cheap, but not very good tbh
1/26 is teeny weeny
Anyone managed to get this? I got a email this morning saying they got the figures wrong and the true price was £352.24
The SE version is also available for £6,767 at fleetprices for those that want to save some money and want a softer ride. I can't post this deal as fleetprices are a banned merchant due to self promotion.
A search on Cars2buy reveals the same car can be had for about ~£7,056 (£294 * 24) over the term with the choice of 3, 6 or 9 months down from RGW. (Although, you'd really prefer to take that S-Line mentioned above wouldn't you? 😄)
Yeah it's been rebranded with a whole new look and web address
I searched for that but it came up with Leasing.com
It all should be fine. You have to phone up Central leasing and give them your payment details over the phone by the way.
I’m worried they’re going to try and not honour the deal and blame it on brexit
Mine has been taken but no build date as of yet.
Did they take anyone else’s admin fee yet? They’ve not taken mine but I’ve signed the agreement
Lmao why you going to act bad in a 69 plate I get your sarcasm but you need to lighten up it’s okay to say you don’t have enough money And I actually have my yellow night edition a45 Amg 17 plate what 80’s banger you got ? or bicycle do you have the ones with detachable wheels (y) (lol)
Bought one of these kits the other month from Harrogate audi for £10,should be £30 normally,well overpriced at £30,well worth it for £6.25
I am also an unhappy customer having had the misfortune of buying a car from them.
They've made enough scamming customers to give these away ! (mad)
Cheers just picked one up
No. You have to prove you own an Audi before they let you buy it too.
Is that going to give me the explanation to your answer of f1 being based in UK probably, according to you, for logistical reasoning? Or the context of the query the other poster raised of there being no motor industry in th UK.
Come back when you've read The German Genius by Peter Watson.
Historically F1 is European - the UK is at the far corner making it further to travel for each European race and that is before you even consider the likes of Multimatic (picked up Lola racing) that are also based in the UK but ship racing cars to the US. There is no probability about why the manufacturers choose to invest billions within the UK for F1 , the probability is that you have very little affiliation within the motor industry to draw upon. However, besides bashing ourselves (something we are far better than any of our European counterparts at) I will give you a few queries to consider: 1) Which European country has 6 out of the top 7 rated universities within Europe? 2) How many companies invest into projects and R&D with these universities? 3) Which European country registers the highest number of patents? 4) Which European country has what is considered 80% of the worlds performance engineers? 5) Name me which country has something called "Motorsport Valley" (if that does not mean much to you think about how "Silicon Valley" sounds to you) Anyway back to the point I initially made - what is underlying and what we are traditionally very good at (other than bashing ourselves) is still there and hence why there is foreign investment just as traditionally the Germans are highly efficient and the Italians are still great with their design flare.
The majority of F1 are based here probably more for logistical reasons than any other. The European races are typically held consecutively over the summer months and there is as little as 1 week between races. The teams can move all their kit by tuck/road which is far cheaper than doing it by plane. So makes sense to have a base/forward base in Europe/UK
Bentley's aren't exactly cars that the masses can afford to buy. Of course the quality going to be there in a car that can easily cost 6 figures!
You need to be mad to drive there anyway...
Only ugly blue and decent white? I thought they try to impress customers with metallic colours..
Any car with Adaptive suspension will have a smoother ride, that applies to any SUV / Vehicle not just Q5/X3
X3 or Q5 - the ride quality seems improving a lot with the optional adaptive suspension. Worth checking.
Many thanks, will have a look (y)
Does this deal work? Had a few messages saying that the code isn’t valid??? (skeptical)
Give them a call, no harm in asking if they have any discount codes for first time bookings. I don’t think there will be codes before long as I think they are introductory discounts.
I’m from Newcastle, probably won’t work here then I’m guessing?
Where are you trying to book, code was sourced in the Midlands so may be only Midlands based centres.
Hi mate the code doesn’t work?
Sweet. Thank you!
Thanks, @irishman21 and heat added :)
You have to remember to download them, which is a little annoying. Especially when you stop playing a game and when you return to play it in the future all the free content has been delisted.
Slightly unrelated question but when games like this have lots of free content is there a way to download all or do you have to click purchase every free item?
heat for RS 3
Who drives manual on these cars?
Just had a look at the deal again and it's gone up a lot. Contract Length - 48 Months Initial Rental - £3,411.36 + VAT 47 Months @ £379.04 + VAT per Month Annual Mileage 8,000 Maintenance POA Admin Fee £150.00 + VAT
Does anyone know the actual dealer where these current crop of Audi leasing deals are coming from?
And Honda Jazz and Nissan Micras. I agree, slow drivers in the wrong lane just as dangerous as some of these idiot impatient speedsters
I too drive an Audi and don't do that. Heck, whilst I am confessing, my wife drives an SUV (Tiguan) so we pretty much fall under all your categories, but still don't drive like idiots. When my small children are a bit older, I will be buying/leasing/stealing an Audi A6 or similar and put a couple of bike racks, so we can enjoy being active. If you would be so kind, let's catch up in a couple of years, give me your number plate and if you happen to be in my rear view mirror, I will drive like an idiot (without my family in the car) just to fulfil your stereotypical driver view a bit more. Now, let's go back to what this website is all about, is this a hot deal or not?!........
Out of interest why does no one seem to go for maintenance packages
How can this be a good deal when you need to put down a few grand upfront?? Rather pay a bit more per month than fork out 2-3 thousands...
Why is the so cold compared to other lease deals. Seems reasonable compared to those others?
Not voting, however the if you are looking at alternates that are in stock for delivery, you can pick up a Mercedes-Benz E Class E300 Coupe (245) AMG Line 2Dr G-Tronic+, for £8995 + admin. Various options of 3+23, 6+23 etc. That's 8k miles about £11-15pm more for 10k. Yes it is not really the same it's a 2 door coupe, but it's list is £41,825 so it's about 22% of the value, and yes you can buy one with a big chunk off if you want, then sell it on.
And yours is a manual. OP is the S-Tronic.