Audi’s new $5,000 lease is a welcome boon to people who want to lease a new BMW, but it also has a drawback: you need to pay a monthly fee to lease the car.
The new $10,000 rental lease, which will be available on the i3, i8 and i10, will also include an upfront payment of $250 to the bank.
Audi said the fees are to cover the bank fees for the loan, which are usually around $1,500 per month.
Audi didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
The $1.5 million lease is offered on the 2017 i3 (starting at $18,000) and the 2017 BMW X3 (from $23,500).
The lease also includes a $500 upfront payment to cover bank fees.
Audi has offered the new $3,000 monthly fee on all its vehicles, including the 2017 X3.
If you want a new car, but don’t want to pay upfront, the cheapest lease you can get is the $1 million.
However, if you don’t mind paying upfront, you might want to consider the $5 million $10 million or $15 million $25 million lease options.
The Audi lease is only available on leased vehicles that are registered in California, and the only vehicles that come with a $5.5-million ($7.5-$12 million in today’s dollars) monthly fee are the 2017 Audi X3, 2016 Audi X5, 2016 BMW X5 and 2016 Audi A8.
The BMW lease is the highest of the three; it also includes the $3 million monthly fee, the $2.5 per month financing fee, and a $2,500 $2 per month monthly maintenance fee.
Audi’s lease terms aren’t necessarily bad.
They’re not bad at all, though.
If the rental car you want is going to be a $35,000 or $50,000 car, then you might be better off renting it than buying it.
You could save $20,000 per year or $35 per month by leasing it.
If your car has a $15,000 to $20-million sticker price, you can save even more, at least on the leasing side.
The 2017 BMW, the X5 or the A8 are all good choices.
If all else fails, you could also rent an older car from the dealer.
However you rent the car, the price will likely be similar to that of the new vehicle, but the financing will likely run less.
The rental price of the Audi X1 was $38,400 in February, for example, compared with $49,000 for the new X3 and $62,000 of the $45,000-$55,000 A8 (that’s a drop of more than $6,000).
A comparison of lease prices of the 2017, 2017 X5 (which is not available for leasing), the X3 ($25,000), the A5 ($28,800), the Audi A4 ($25) and an Audi A5 (the cheapest of the trio) shows that leasing the A4 is a better option than leasing the X1, although the A6 is the only car in the $55,600-to-$70,000 range with a lease option.