How to Lease a Luxurious Audi for Just Over $300 and No Repairs

Posted 10/2/17

The truth is you don’t have to necessarily live a luxurious lifestyle in order to afford a luxury Audi. Just ask one of our Audi mechanics. He learned you can actually lease a luxury Audi for as little as $315 per month, about twice the price of your average cell phone bill. Heck, some people even pay more for their car payments and don’t drive a vehicle as beautiful as an Audi.

And the beautiful part? If you lease the vehicle, that means you are not financially responsible for the Audi repairs.

How It Works

As U.S. News & World Report explains:

“Right now, Audi is offering an attractive lease deal on its smallest crossover, the Q3. You can lease a 2017 Audi Q3 for $315 per month for three years with $2,705 due at signing. BMW can’t match that deal. The 2017 BMW X1, which currently tops our list of luxury subcompact SUVs, will cost you $319 per month for three years with $4,244 due at signing. The X1 does better in our luxury subcompact SUV rankings, but choosing the Q3 will save you almost $1,700 over the term of the lease thanks to its lower down payment.”

A lease on 2017 Audi A6 can be had for $400 per month with $4,290 due at signing.

The current Audi deals apply only to lease agreements. Financing deals are not yet available.

Maybe our Audi technicians should put their phones down looking for more Audi deals and get back to work repairing cars. A $315 monthly car payment is doable when the moola is flowing.

Tips for Better Cincinnati Vintage Car Repair

What’s the key to keeping a vintage car on the road, Cincinnati? Take care of it. It’s just that simple. Check the oil and change it regularly. Vintage, i.e. older cars, tend to burn oil, so make it a habit to check the oil at every fuel fill up. And get the oil changed on the dot at 3,000 miles. You should also flush the radiator at least once a year, replacing old coolant with a 50/50 water coolant mixture. You’ll also want to change the transmission fluid more often than you would a newer car. Don’t forget to check your ball joints. A well greased ball joint will last a lifetime.

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