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Conquest incentives are available on Q50's for existing Audi, Acura, BMW, Lexus, Cadillac and Mercedes owners.

The amount will differ from dealer to dealer and will not last long. Each dealership has been given a specific number of these and once they use them up that is it.
 

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Just to put this in sales/layman speak:

If you own any German or Japanese luxury car and you plan to lease your Q50, make sure you let me, your salesperson know. If I can, I'll do whatever possible to help sweeten the deal. You don't have to trade it in - you can keep your sweet DeVille if you want. But when I ask you on a test drive about what other cars you have at home, I'm not being a stalker, I'm looking for ways to make you a good deal that don't cost me anything.
 

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It will vary from dealership to dealership and again each dealership will have a limited number of them. Once they use them up, there are no more. Take a copy of your registration into your dealer this weekend if you want to get into a Q50.
 

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Do you live with Dad? Or share the same name? I think you have to show that you're at the same address - or something like that. Or show an insurance card with your name and the description/VIN of a merc.
 

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Conquest is only available for Acura, Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Lexus or Mercedes owners.

Incentive amount will vary from dealer to dealer, they have a limited number of these incentives and it is up to them as to how they allocate them.
 

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I was offered $2000 for switching my M3 to the Q50S Hybrid. Trying to work a higher incentive though, might as well :)
 

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Keep the M3, there is no comparison! Unless you want to get double
the MPG.
I would absolutely love to, but I just bought a house, and the quest to downsize in car payments over shadows the M3. Maybe in the future I'd go back, but until then, the lease payments for the Q50S Hybrid is alluring + the combined MPG + the fact that I can possibly drive on electric mode on my commute to work makes it that much more desirable. It's the only hybrid in the lease range that doesn't feel like a downgrade in materials/interior quality.
 

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In general leasing a hybrid is not a good value. The gas savings that you will realize over the life of the lease don't really cover the added expense of the lease.
 

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In general leasing a hybrid is not a good value. The gas savings that you will realize over the life of the lease don't really cover the added expense of the lease.
Was quoted $78 higher lease payment with a hybrid vs. Non hybrid. I'm sure that I'd save more than that per month on gas expenses alone, unless I'm missing something in my thinking.
 

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Was quoted $78 higher lease payment with a hybrid vs. Non hybrid. I'm sure that I'd save more than that per month on gas expenses alone, unless I'm missing something in my thinking.
How much is gas in your neck of the woods? I can't imagine saving >70 bucks per month with hybrid vs non-hybrid, especially on a lease. You're pretty limited in the miles you can drive on a lease, and to get that much savings, you'd have to go way over your miles quota.
 

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Yeah, but with a hybrid I can pick up chicks in Berkeley. If only they didn't smell of patchouli.

Seriously though, two things. First, Hybrid has better performance. You want the fast Q50, you get the hybrid. Also, at the upper end, the price delta is under $2000. At that point, lease price difference isn't hard to make up over a 39 month lease.

To me it comes down to whether you can live with the smaller trunk of the hybrid.
 

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Thanks for the advise everyone, I now have to play the waiting game for them to get a Hybrid on the lot. My quote was higher than I had expected, but that was based off MSRP which we all know isn't what I will be paying (hopefully).
 
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