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2014 BMW X5 Lease Questions

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  • thor928thor928 Posts: 3

    Thank you very much Car Man. Appears that MF went up and residual went down since December. One other question, I've heard that there is a $500 customer cash back for the 2014 X5 through February 28th, plus a $1000 cash back for loyalty customers. Assuming I can get both or either, should I negotiate a purchase price for the lease first and then ask that the price get further cut by the $1500? If so, do you know what people are typically able to negotiate for the car (excluding any customer cash back or loyalty money)? The lowest I heard was $300 over invoice, but I'm not sure whether that included customer cash or loyalty money. Thank you again.

  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,881

    I would ask about eligibility, beforehand.. and, incorporate that into my offer, so I know exactly what I'm asking for.

    The X5 prices paid forum is here:
    http://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/3784/bmw/x5/bmw-x5-prices-paid-and-buying-experience#latest

    I'd check there for what others are paying. Good luck!

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  • thor928thor928 Posts: 3

    thank you.

  • carnut12carnut12 Posts: 35

    What is the current money factor and residual for the 2013 X5s diesel/3.0/4.4 36m/10k?

    thanks

  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,881

    .00130 MF for all models

    Residual

    57% for 3.5 model

    58% for 5.0 model

    53% for Diesel

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  • feliksnyfeliksny Posts: 11

    Hi Car Man,

    Would you be so kind as to provide February lease rates and residuals for 2014 X5 5.0 10k?

    Thank you!

  • You can try www.theleaseoutlet.com - you can build your own car online and then have a car delivered to your home in about 10 days. Anyway the rates are pretty good and you never have to go to a dealer to get your car.

  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,881

    @feliksny said: Hi Car Man,

    Would you be so kind as to provide February lease rates and residuals for 2014 X5 5.0 10k?

    Thank you!

    .00130 MF and 60% residual

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  • tsh11tsh11 Posts: 4

    Hi!

    I am looking to order the following:

    X5 xDrive35d Base MSRP$56,600 Dark Graphite Metallic$550 Black Dakota Leather$0 Aluminum Trim$0 Cold Weather Package$550 Driver Assistance Plus$1,900 Driver Assistance Package$1,400 ACC Stop & Go + Active Driving Assistant$1,200 Premium Package$2,700 xLine$2,600 3rd row seat + rear axle air suspension$1,700 Rear manual side window shades$250 Destination & Handling$925 Total MSRP$70,375

    I'd like to lease this vehicle for 36 months at 15,000 miles per year. I understand that the money factors are coming in at 0.00130 and the residuals at 57%. That being said, the best quotes I have found are MFs at 0.00170 with 1% off MSRP. I live in Michigan. The dealerships state that the 0.00130 is their buy rate and "need to make some money on it as well." I'm looking for something better than this if you have any suggestions. I am willing to travel to another state if necessary for a better deal.

    Any comments are greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!

  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,881

    Really... you just have to shop more dealers. Most dealers mark up the money factor, but perserverance will eventually pay off. The new X5 is popular, but I wouldn't really bother trying to bargain with a dealer that is giving me $700 off MSRP, then making back $2000 extra on the financing. You might as well just hit yourself in the head with a hammer.

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  • Hey all,

    I'm looking at a 2013 X5 50i with:

    PP2
    Premium sound
    Convenience
    Pano
    Bluetooth, etc

    Not super optioned out but it's a 13 with 150 miles on it and the drivetrain that I want.

    MSRP = 68k
    Non-negotiated = 59k

    This is for my wife and we are coming off a '11 328i lease. My question is what other incentive money can I get out of them? Also, is MF and RV still .00125 and 57% on a '13 50i?

    I know 59k for a low optioned 13 isn't great so any help would be greatly appreciated!
  • tsh11tsh11 Posts: 4

    That has to be the best response in the forum. I am glad that you're thinking the same way. I was banging my head on the wall. Maybe a hammer would be more efficient. Thanks!!!

  • Hi Car Man,

    Can you tell me the money factor and residual for 2014 X5 35i 10k miles?

    Thanks! BB

  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,881

    @benjedidiah said: Hey all,
    I'm looking at a 2013 X5 50i with:
    PP2 Premium sound Convenience Pano Bluetooth, etc
    Not super optioned out but it's a 13 with 150 miles on it and the drivetrain that I want.
    MSRP = 68k Non-negotiated = 59k
    This is for my wife and we are coming off a '11 328i lease. My question is what other incentive money can I get out of them? Also, is MF and RV still .00125 and 57% on a '13 50i?
    I know 59k for a low optioned 13 isn't great so any help would be greatly appreciated!

    .00130 MF and 55% residual for 36mo, 15K/yr. Add 2% for 12K/yr

    Those are the same numbers as January.. If there are any incentives on the 2013 X5, they are dealer incentives that are not apparent. They do have a "pull ahead" program on 2010/2011 BMW leases.

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  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,881

    @agentbb007 said: Hi Car Man,

    Can you tell me the money factor and residual for 2014 X5 35i 10k miles?

    Thanks! BB

    .00130 MF and 60% residual. $500 Drive credit.

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  • @kyfdx@Edmunds said: .00130 MF for all models

    Residual

    57% for 3.5 model

    58% for 5.0 model

    53% for Diesel

    53% for Diesel?! How many miles annually for a 3 year lease?

  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,881

    That was for a 2013 model... and that reply was for the 36mo, 10K/yr term requested.

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  • @kyfdx@Edmunds said: That was for a 2013 model... and that reply was for the 36mo, 10K/yr term requested.

    Thanks for the clarification @kyfdex.

    Could you please provide the residuals for a 15k and 18 lease of a 2014 X5 Diesel. I assume the MF is still at 0.00130 until the end of Feb? Appreciate your response!

  • Thanks for the response Kyle!

    The maturity date for my 2011 328i is Oct 6th, and the sales person told me the cut off on the "pull ahead" program is Aug 31st, and there was no budging on that.. This true?

    I'm close to making a deal on a 2013 50i optioned out. What other fees should I be looking for post negotiated price.. Bank fee, etc?

    Are any of the fees non-negotiable? I know this is where a good deal can go south quick so I want to be as prepared as possible. Going in tomorrow afternoon to finalize. Thanks!
  • Lease info. Here is the deal 2014 X5 Diesel Loaded MSRP $71,550 Dealer offer is $70,550 Money Factor .00170 Zero down 12K per year Residual 59% First payment and reg fees

    Good or bad deal?? Thanks

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