August 05, 2009

Audi CARS Allowance incentive program adds $1,000 to August vehicle sales eligible for federal ‘Cash for Clunkers’ rebates
Source: Audi of America

HERNDON, Va., Aug 5, 2009 - Audi today affirmed an August consumer sales offer that adds a $1,000 incentive to transactions eligible for the federal government’s “Cars Allowance Rebate System” reimbursement program, more commonly known as “Cars for Clunkers.”

The $1,000 consumer incentive is valid on transactions from today to August 31 and applies to Audi models ranging from the 2009 Audi A3 to the 2009 Audi TT Roadster quattro. A table of all eligible Audi models for the CARS program and the Audi CARS Allowance incentive campaign follows. Not all 2009 Audi models are eligible for the CARS program. The federal government has not ruled on which 2010 models will be eligible under the program. As offered in July, special 60 month APR and Lease terms through Audi Financial Services are also available to complement the CARS program.

“The CARS reimbursement enacted by Congress is a tremendous opportunity for consumers interested in upgrading to vehicles that offer better fuel efficiency and reduced emissions,” said Mark Del Rosso, Chief Operating Officer, Audi of America. ” Now that some uncertainties surrounding the launch of this federal program have been cleared up the time is right to enhance the deal even further.”

 Current Eligible Audi Models
 Make Model Model Year
 Audi   A3 2.0T  2008
 Audi   A4 2.0T  2008
 Audi   A4 Avant quattro 2.0T  2008
 Audi   A4 Cabriolet 2.0T  2008
 Audi   TT Coupe  2008
 Audi   TT Roadster  2008
 Audi   A3 2.0T  2009
 Audi   A3 quattro 2.0T  2009
 Audi   A4 2.0T  2009
 Audi   A4 quattro 2.0T  2009
 Audi   A4 Avant quattro 2.0T  2009
 Audi   A4 Cabriolet  2009
 Audi   A4 Cabriolet quattro 2.0T  2009
 Audi   TT Coupe 2.0T  2009
 Audi   TT Coupe quattro 2.0T  2009
 Audi   TT Roadster 2.0T  2009
 Audi   TT Roadster quattro 2.0T  2009
 Audi   Audi Q5  2009
*Note – MY 10 vehicles are currently being evaluated for inclusion into the CARS program once the EPA has determined their official MPG ratings.