Audi is the latest luxury car manufacturer, and customers who want to access sophisticated parking lot do not necessarily want to own or rent. German car service is called Audi Select and will be started exclusively at Dallas – Fort Worth this week.
For a fixed price of $ 1,395 per month, you can choose from a variety of models including Audi A4, A5 Cabriolet, Audi Q5, Audi Q7 Sedan, S5 Coupe and so on. The subscription includes twice a month vehicle replacement and users can ship vehicles at home or purchase at local dealerships.
Insurance, maintenance, roadside assistance, unlimited mileage are also included. Silver car rental car is free twice a month.
This is not the first experience with Audi's subscription. In 2016, automakers launched the "Audi on demand" service as a pilot program in San Francisco. It offers a variety of Audi models for daily rent for up to 28 days a day.
In terms of accessibility, Audi Select is between the $ 2,000 Porsche service and the $ 1,095 Mercedes-Benz service. Jaguar Land Rover fares will be charged from 910 pounds (1,057 dollars) to BMW $ 2,000 a month fee. The cheapest so far is Care by Volvo, a monthly $ 600 service including insurance, maintenance, support for roadside. However, unlike other subscriptions, Volvo offers only one XC 40 SUV.
As with other automobile manufacturers' subscription services, Audi is limited to one city in the first pilot phase. Automobile manufacturers are experimenting with a new possessive model contrary to the recognition that few people will own cars in the future.
The question depends on whether the subscription service is a better deal for the consumer than the traditional lease option. Generally, lease …
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