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2014 BMW X5 Lease Questions

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,194

    @wtf_123 said: What do you think of this deal?

    2014 X5 sDrive35i - Demo model - 15,500 miles - Was $72,950 MSRP, marked down to $62,950 due to mileage

    Options M Sport; M Sport Pkg; Adaptive M Suspension; 20" wheels; Driver Assistance Package and Driver Assistance Plus; Lighting Pkg; Cold Weather Pkg; Concierge Svcs; Ceramic Controls; Harmon Kardon; NightVision (pedestrian detect); ACC Stop + Go (Active Drive Asst)

    36 mos/10K a year

    $3500 at signing, includes 1st mos. payment, fees, and approx. $1100 cap reduction $800/mos thereafter (35 mos) inclusive of tax @wtf_123 said: Sorry, left this out of the above post - .00130 MF and 58% residual.

    A couple of things... The base residual is 58%, but that has to be adjusted to account for the extra mileage. The actual residual is probably about 6% lower. No issues with that.. just an FYI. The big discount you are getting more than makes up for it.

    Given the popularity of the new X5 and how fast they are rolling out the door, this is a pretty good deal.. You are probably saving $90-$100 per month over a comparable new unit. But, watch for a couple of things regarding warranty: Ask for the in-service date of this unit. You want to make sure that you do not run out of the 4-year warranty at the end of the lease. Some demo units have an extra 5K miles and 3 months of warranty coverage, which would help. Also, make sure you aren't going to go way over on your mileage... you want to stay under 50K total miles (or 55K miles, if it has the demo extension). Going to 12K/yr would only add about $20/mo. to the lease.. $720 for 6000 extra miles is a pretty good deal, but of course, only worth it if the warranty is 55K miles.

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  • wtf_123wtf_123 Posts: 9
    Thanks for the quick feedback. I'm going 10k a year to stay under 50,000. The car went into service in 8/2013 as a BMW executive car so I'm right at that edge as well this month. I pushed them hard for more discounts because of the mileage but it's super clean and super loaded as you can see. And yes, you're absolutely right on the residual bc they are quoting $42,311 for that and that can't be right at 58%. Still seems like a decent lease deal though for a rare equipped model.
  • mh53mh53 Posts: 4

    Thanks for the feedback on my 2014 X5 deal. I have more question. Is it worth it to buy the tire and wheel protection warranty? I was offered the warranty for $1150 for 3 yrs. I live in Boston. Thank you.

  • igo2igo2 Posts: 9
    edited August 25

    I am considering 2015 BMW 535 xDrive diesel and 2015 BMW x5 xDrive diesel. What are the corresponding rv and mf for 36/12k and 36/15k? Thank you very much!

    And is diesel even worth it given more expensive diesel fuel cost?

    Alternatively, I am considering 2015 audi q5 diesel and 2015 q7 diesel premium plus models. What are the corresponding rv and mf for 36/12k and 36/15k? Thank you very much!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 5,654

    @igo2 said: I am considering 2015 BMW 535 xDrive diesel and 2015 BMW x5 xDrive diesel. What are the corresponding rv and mf for 36/12k and 36/15k? Thank you very much!

    And is diesel even worth it given more expensive diesel fuel cost?

    Alternatively, I am considering 2015 audi q5 diesel and 2015 q7 diesel premium plus models. What are the corresponding rv and mf for 36/12k and 36/15k? Thank you very much!

    Please post your 5-series, Q5 and Q7 questions in the appropriate discussions. That way, it will be easier for others to see the information in the right place.

    2015 X5 diesel numbers are .00130 and 59% for 36/15. Add 2% for 12K.

    Hard to justify leasing a diesel .. the payback period is usually much longer than 36 months.

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  • igo2igo2 Posts: 9

    Thank you. As to diesel, don't you think the torque and less fuel cost would justify it?

  • igo2igo2 Posts: 9

    And do you know the mf and rv for nonDiesel x5 xDrive35i vs x5 xDrive35d ? Thank you in advance.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,194

    @igo2 said: Thank you. As to diesel, don't you think the torque and less fuel cost would justify it?

    There is some savings on fuel cost... but, buy the diesel because you like the diesel, not for overall savings.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,194

    @igo2 said: And do you know the mf and rv for nonDiesel x5 xDrive35i vs x5 xDrive35d ? Thank you in advance.

    All 2014 X5 models are .00130 MF and 55% residual for 36mo, 15K/yr

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  • Please post MF and residual for 2015 X5 3.5i XDrive 15K/Yr. 36mo.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 5,654

    @abokhari said: Please post MF and residual for 2015 X5 3.5i XDrive 15K/Yr. 36mo.

    .00130 and 54%

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  • igo2igo2 Posts: 9

    Please post MF and residual for 2015 X5 3.5 xDrive diesel 12K/Yr. 36mo. Thx

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,194

    @igo2 said: Please post MF and residual for 2015 X5 3.5 xDrive diesel 12K/Yr. 36mo. Thx

    .00129 MF and 56% residual.

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  • Please post MF and RV for 2015 X5 3.5 xDrive diesel 10K/Yr. for 36mo and 24mo.

    Thank you!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,194

    @lambusser said: Please post MF and RV for 2015 X5 3.5 xDrive diesel 10K/Yr. for 36mo and 24mo.

    Thank you!

    .00129 MF and 57%/65% residual.

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  • mya14mya14 Posts: 2
    edited September 9

    2015 X5 Diesel: Original MSRP $74,225 Residual 56% for 12K miles with MF 0.00170 and 4% off of MSRP ~ $3,000.

  • mya14mya14 Posts: 2

    Cool experience if a bmw is ordered. Dealer said if placed a bmw order, it can be picked up at the BMW factory in South Carolina. Includes a one night stay at a Marriott, 8am-3pm Museum/factory tour and a few rounds around the circuit in a bmw (could be M cars). Pick up and drop-off from the airport in a bmw as well.

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