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How much monthly payments are on Audi’s entry-level e-tron SUV

Buying an Audi e-tron SUV on a vehicle finance plan will see you pay R37,700 per month in instalments.

This is according to a calculation performed by TopAuto.

Audi launched its all-electric e-tron range in South Africa earlier this week, with six EVs now available locally.

The range starts with the Audi e-tron 55 Quattro Advanced – which retails for R1,990,000.

For your money you get a well-kitted electric SUV that is powered by a 95kWh battery and two electric motors.

Power output is an impressive 300kW, while torque numbers are equally outstanding – 664Nm.

The result is a 0-100km/h time of 5.7 seconds and a maximum driving range of 440km.

Inside, Audi has fitted a premium cabin and a lot of features.

This includes four-zone climate control, electric front seats with heating, a Bang and Olufsen sound system, a configurable digital instrument cluster, and the MMI navigation plus infotainment system.

Adaptive air suspension, lane change and rear traffic assist, a rear-view camera, and the parking aid plus programme – that includes all-round parking sensors – is also included.

What really stands out, though, is that in the place of wing mirrors the e-tron 55 has cameras on stalks which provide a video feed to displays inside the car.

Monthly payments

To calculate the monthly repayments when purchasing an Audi e-tron 55 Quattro Advanced using a finance plan, we can use the formula below.

  • Car Price – R1,990,000
  • Payment Term – 60 terms (5 years)
  • Interest – 9.5%
  • Deposit – 10%
  • Balloon – No balloon payment
  • Extras – No optional extras

The result is a finance payment of R37,700 per month. The total amount of interest you will over the duration of the agreement is R466,100.

It must be noted that owners will also need to factor in insurance premiums and charging costs when calculating their monthly spend on the vehicle.

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