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Audi Car Lease

Rodo brings you the best lease deals and finance options when searching for a new Audi. We can help you find the best lease or finance options, trade in your existing vehicle, get cash for your car or even exit your lease early. The offers found within the Rodo are the absolute best in the Nation. Our marketplace brings together a range of authorized Audi dealers from across the United States, offering competitive leasing deals and finance options , making it easy for you to compare prices to find the best prices available.

All the newest Audi vehicles including luxury SUVs and Sedans are listed in the Rodo marketplace. When you see an Audi that fits your needs, you can lease or finance your brand new car directly from the Rodo app or website.

For your convenience, we have listed some of the most frequently asked questions specific to new Audi cars and SUVs below.


What is the Most Affordable Audi Car to Lease or Buy?

The A3 range. This model is a sub-compact hatchback and it is the entry-level model, therefore it’s this line that will have the lowest MSRP and lease prices of all the Audi vehicles. The A3 lineup has several trims available including the Audi A3 2.0T Premium, the Audi A3 2.0T Quattro Premium S line, and the Audi A3 2.0T Quattro Premium Plus S line WPS. All are available to buy or lease through

What Body Styles are Available on Audi Cars?

Audi has different body styles to meet a range of preferences. The A3 is available as a sedan or hatchback. Cabriolet is the French word Audi use to describe their Convertible models. Sportback models are unique to Audi as they have the traits of a sedan body combined with the slope of a fastback coupe on a hatchback car. These models are always more expensive. Due to this, the least down payment will be on lease deals rather than on finance.

What are Audi Q Models?

Audi uses the letter Q to name all their SUV vehicles. The engine types and the power of each model are similar to the A models of the equivalent number. In essence, an Audi Q3 2.0T Quattro Premium would be the same as the A3 specs but in an SUV rather than a sedan. Rodo has both Audi sedans and SUVs available for lease.

What are the Specifications of the Audi Q3?

The Audi Q3 is a popular lease choice as it is the brand's entry-level luxury SUV. The Audi Q3 2.0T Quattro Premium is the base model. As standard, the vehicle is equipped with a 2L 4-cylinder turbocharged engine, 8-speed Tiptronic auto transmission, and Audi's Quattro all-wheel-drive system. The interior is kitted out with all the latest technology including BT connectivity, smartphone app integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There's also a range of safety features included in all Q models. The next upgrade available is the Audi Q3 2.0T Quattro Premium S line, which has the same technology and safety features with a few design tweaks, including 19" 5-twin spoke wheels, LED lighting, and generally is a vehicle with a sportier vibe.

The Audi Q3 2.0T Quattro Premium Plus WPS is the next upgrade from the s line and includes the Audi phone box, Home Link, 16-channel sound system, and the addition of the Audi Advanced Key. The Audi Q3 2.0T Quattro Premium Plus S line package has larger 20" wheels, 3-spoke multi-functional steering wheel with shift paddles and sports seats. The top-grade model is the Audi Q3 2.0T Quattro Prestige S line WPT which comes with everything in the Premium line plus a top-view camera system, Audi adaptive cruise control, park assist, heated and power-folding side mirrors with the auto-dimming functionality, 19" 5-time spoke dynamic wheel design, voice control system and a 10.1" center display touch response system with handwriting recognition.

Every model is available on with lease offers from authorized dealers across the US. Each listing shows the specifications of the vehicle available and you can make an offer with a dealer and chat with a dealer using the Rodo app so you can get all your questions answered ensuring you're able to get the right Audi for you at the best price possible, either on finance or through a lease deal.

What are the Differences Between the Audi A4 Trims?

The Audi A4 2.0T Quattro Premium is the base model of the A4 lineup and it’s built for convenience. Everything you’d expect to have in a luxury crossover sedan is included. Upgrading to the Audi A4 2.0T Quattro Premium Plus WPS model upgrades the 10-speaker audio to a 19-speaker system, a range of safety feature upgrades including parking sensors, larger 18” wheels (17” on Premium). Overall, the Premium Plus model is a better car for city driving as the superior parking sensors help drivers navigate into tight parking spots.

All Audi A4 trims are available through on lease or finance from authorized dealers across the US.

What's Different in the Q5 Range?

The Q3 is a compact luxury SUV. The Q5 is larger. Being larger, it packs more power under the hood. The Q5 is capable of 248 horsepower and with 273 lb-ft of torque.

Do I Need to Arrange the Finance Myself?

For finance, Audi dealerships may be authorized to provide finance offers through Audi's own financial arm, Audi Financial Services, which is specifically for Audi financing, and can include lease deals or buying the vehicle through fixed-term finance. Like most finance offers, the rates will differ by individual. It may be possible to obtain Audi finance from another lender.

On occasion, there may be regional lease specials offered by different dealers, in particular, when they need to make room for a new lot arriving at their showroom.

Are the Car List Prices on Rodo the Final Price?

No. While most dealers will include the dealer fees in the list price or monthly lease cost, there are additional sums you should factor into the price of the vehicle, including, but not limited to, the insurance premiums, the lease terms stipulating charges for excessive wear and tear, registration and documentation fees among other charges applicable to the car buying process and vehicle lease processes.

Whether you want to buy or lease, you can work directly with the dealer, review the lease offers they make and negotiate on lease terms from within the app. It may be possible to reduce your monthly payments through a trade-in or higher down payment.