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2014 BMW 5-Series Lease Questions

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  • @prilum said: Is this a good deal. My lease details below-

    I'm using BMW fleet program discount that lower MF by 0.00020

    2014 528xi - Dark Graphite Metallic, Dakota leather, cold weather, premium pkg, rear view camera, park distance. MSRP $58,000 Sale price - $48,851 Residual Value -61% (36 months,12k/yr) Monthly payment - $425/month. Total due at signing - $6,259

    This includes First month payment - $425 Lease acquisition fees - $725 Doc fees - $305 DMV fees - $313 Title Fee - $195 NJ Sales Tax - $1,144 7 MSDs of $3150 Total = $6,259

    How did yo get such a low a selling pricing?

    Is that part of the fleet program?

  • freezinghotfreezinghot Posts: 2
    edited August 2

    I was wondering if you had the numbers already for August lease rates and any incentives?

    I am still trying to figure out what will work in my car budget and I think is worth it.

    So was hoping you could provide the numbers for a 2014 - 528, 535 , 535d. It would be a 36/15 term lease unless BMW came out with a better deal on a 33 or 39 month lease? Allso, is the bbuild out cash the same, have they added anything new since the 2015's are already hitting the lots.

    I am undecided bbetween this and the A6 so I'm hoping whoever is giving the better deal this month will help make my decision easier.

  • glebedinglebedin Posts: 6

    Struck this deal with a car broker. 2014 528i Graphite/Cinnamon Leather with only Driver Assist package and Satellite. $1000 upfront which includes 1st month, tag transfer, state tax. 36 month/10k year. $559/month includes tax. Deal was done in July, but delivery of vehicle will be 8/16.

  • prilumprilum Posts: 3

    @freezinghot said: Is that part of the fleet program? Yes. bmw corporate fleet program gives a few discounts. Don't know how dealership apply them.

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 6,421

    @freezinghot said: I was wondering if you had the numbers already for August lease rates and any incentives?

    I am still trying to figure out what will work in my car budget and I think is worth it.

    So was hoping you could provide the numbers for a 2014 - 528, 535 , 535d. It would be a 36/15 term lease unless BMW came out with a better deal on a 33 or 39 month lease? Allso, is the bbuild out cash the same, have they added anything new since the 2015's are already hitting the lots.

    I am undecided bbetween this and the A6 so I'm hoping whoever is giving the better deal this month will help make my decision easier.

    528i - 59% and $2500 lease cash

    535i - 59% and $1500 lease cash

    535d - 58% and $1500 lease cash.

    .00130 MF for all.

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  • habsonehabsone Posts: 43

    Hello Michaell, May I have RV and MF for 2014 550i xdrive 36/15. Thank you!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,863

    @habsone said: Hello Michaell, May I have RV and MF for 2014 550i xdrive 36/15. Thank you!

    .00130 MF and 59% residual. $2500 buildout cash.

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  • jxfan2013jxfan2013 Posts: 6

    looking at 2014 bmw 535xi. with MSRP approx 64,000, dealer demo on sale for 55,000

    for 36 months, 15000 miles lease and 7 MSDs and $2500 buidout cash, what am i looking at per month?

  • jxfan2013jxfan2013 Posts: 6

    @jxfan2013 said: looking at 2014 bmw 535xi. with MSRP approx 64,000, dealer demo on sale for 55,000

    for 36 months, 15000 miles lease and 7 MSDs and $2500 buidout cash, what am i looking at per month?

    Luxury Line ($2100), Premium Package ($1500) and Cold Weather Package ($950) are included

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,863

    @jxfan2013 said: looking at 2014 bmw 535xi. with MSRP approx 64,000, dealer demo on sale for 55,000

    for 36 months, 15000 miles lease and 7 MSDs and $2500 buidout cash, what am i looking at per month?

    How many miles on the car? And, is it $55K minus $2500? Or does the $55K already have the $2500 factored in?

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  • jxfan2013jxfan2013 Posts: 6

    @kyfdx said: How many miles on the car? And, is it $55K minus $2500? Or does the $55K already have the $2500 factored in?

    55K doesn't have 2500 factored in. miles I am not sure, but i believe it's less then 500. it's not a loaner vehicle. It's demo vehicle.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,863

    @jxfan2013 said: looking at 2014 bmw 535xi. with MSRP approx 64,000, dealer demo on sale for 55,000

    for 36 months, 15000 miles lease and 7 MSDs and $2500 buidout cash, what am i looking at per month?

    I'm only showing $1500 in buildout cash ($2500 is the diesel, the 528 or the 550).

    .00130 MF (.00081 after MSDs) and 59% residual. $511/mo.+tax.

    Due at signing would be 1st payment, acq.fee, title/license/doc fees and 7 MSDs

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  • dohoonsterdohoonster Posts: 3

    Hello Newbie here. I really appreciate all the great help that everyone is providing. I wanted to see if I got a good deal with my recent purchase, so I can refer my friends to the sales person. Purchased on 8/3.

    Details are as below. •YR. 2014 528i with Alpine white exrerior •Cinnamon brown Dakota leather •Premium package •Heated front seats •Rear view camera

    •Park Distance control

    •MSRP :$54,675 (net total of $53,750 + $925 destination charge)

    •Dealer invoice : $ 50,970 •Negotiated final selling price : $46,800 •$1,500 OOP paid (included first moth payment) •12,000 mi / yr •3 year lease •MF : 0.00130 •Residual value : $33351.75 (61%) •Acquisition fee: $725 •Tax is 8% for where I live

    Total difference from MSRP to selling price was in saving of $7,875, and $4,170 below invoice. Final number was $524.87 (tax included). I think it is a good deal looking at the selling price. However, I was not sure if the monthly lease number was calculated correct. Let me know what you all think. Thanks in advance everyone!

  • schmidthbschmidthb Posts: 10

    Have been contemplating 3 series based on cost, hesitant because of size though. Ideally I'd lease the 5 but figured it would be minimum $600 monthly? Appears via this forum they can be leased in the 5's? Assume incentives will get better closer to year end? Any thoughts on what numbers i should use to factor best lease in terms of MF, Residual, Avg % off MSRP ?

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 6,421

    @schmidthb said: Have been contemplating 3 series based on cost, hesitant because of size though. Ideally I'd lease the 5 but figured it would be minimum $600 monthly? Appears via this forum they can be leased in the 5's? Assume incentives will get better closer to year end? Any thoughts on what numbers i should use to factor best lease in terms of MF, Residual, Avg % off MSRP ?

    MF is .00130 and the 36/15 RV is either 58% or 59% depending on model.

    I would shoot for invoice minus incentives as a target price.

    We are at year end - folks are already commenting on lack of availability of 2014's.

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  • drsteve1drsteve1 Posts: 4
    edited August 6
    Sounds like a reasonable deal. For what it's worth here's what i ended up getting . $465 including 7% Nj tax , $700 out of pocket. 36/10k. Turned in a 2012 528 lease (not sure if there's a loyaly discount/rebate) msrp $54425, selling price $45400 after all rebates and $1k drive event cash. No multi security deposits , so the mf is 00130
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 6,421

    @drsteve1 said: Sounds like a reasonable deal. For what it's worth here's what i ended up getting . $465 including 7% Nj tax , $700 out of pocket. 36/10k. Turned in a 2012 528 lease (not sure if there's a loyaly discount/rebate) msrp $54425, selling price $45400 after all rebates and $1k drive event cash. No multi security deposits , so the mf is 00130

    Wow, that's a great deal on a $54K car. Enjoy!

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  • drsteve1drsteve1 Posts: 4
    Thanks Michael. This forum was instrumental in my negotiations .
  • cesarbcesarb Posts: 21

    what is The RV 528 x drive 36mo/10k 36mo/12k thank you

  • dohoonsterdohoonster Posts: 3

    @drsteve1 said: Sounds like a reasonable deal. For what it's worth here's what i ended up getting . $465 including 7% Nj tax , $700 out of pocket. 36/10k. Turned in a 2012 528 lease (not sure if there's a loyaly discount/rebate) msrp $54425, selling price $45400 after all rebates and $1k drive event cash. No multi security deposits , so the mf is 00130

    drsteve1, looks like you had a great deal. Does anyone know what shoud be the difference in payment betwwen 10000/yr and 12000/yr? If I know the difference, I can probably conclude if my monthly payment was resonanble with $46,800 selling price and $1,500 OOP on $54,675 MSRP with $524.87 (tax included)/Mo. Let me know. Below is my original post.

    @dohoonster said: Hello Newbie here. I really appreciate all the great help that everyone is providing. I wanted to see if I got a good deal with my recent purchase, so I can refer my friends to the sales person. Purchased on 8/3.

    Details are as below. •YR. 2014 528i with Alpine white exrerior •Cinnamon brown Dakota leather •Premium package •Heated front seats •Rear view camera

    •Park Distance control

    •MSRP :$54,675 (net total of $53,750 + $925 destination charge)

    •Dealer invoice : $ 50,970 •Negotiated final selling price : $46,800 •$1,500 OOP paid (included first moth payment) •12,000 mi / yr •3 year lease •MF : 0.00130 •Residual value : $33351.75 (61%) •Acquisition fee: $725 •Tax is 8% for where I live

    Total difference from MSRP to selling price was in saving of $7,875, and $4,170 below invoice. Final number was $524.87 (tax included). I think it is a good deal looking at the selling price. However, I was not sure if the monthly lease number was calculated correct. Let me know what you all think. Thanks in advance everyone!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,863

    @cesarb said: what is The RV 528 x drive 36mo/10k 36mo/12k thank you

    .00130 MF and 62%/61% residual. $2500 buildout cash.

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  • kabbalahkabbalah Posts: 41

    Here is my deal. 2014 535i Dark Graphite Metallic/Ivory nappa leather

    Options

    M Sport Driver Assistance Pkg Lighting Pkg Premium Pkg Sport Auto Transmission Multi-contour seats Heated front seats Harmon Kardon sound Black kidney grilles

    MSRP $68,315

    Selling price $58918 Acquisition fee 925 BMW Tire & Wheel protection 1399 Dealer admin fee 599 Georgia sales tax 4177 (new in the last year or so where you pay it upfront)

    some other title fees etc

    total $66297 Down pmt $1503

    adjusted cap cost $65623 residual 62% or $42355 MF .00170

    36m 10K/yr payment $830 x 35

    Any thoughts good or bad?

  • 80428042 Posts: 1

    Hi. Could you please let me know August money factor and residual for 2014 BMW M5. 10K miles/year and 36 months. Thanks

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 6,421

    @kabbalah said: Here is my deal. 2014 535i Dark Graphite Metallic/Ivory nappa leather

    Options

    M Sport Driver Assistance Pkg Lighting Pkg Premium Pkg Sport Auto Transmission Multi-contour seats Heated front seats Harmon Kardon sound Black kidney grilles

    MSRP $68,315

    Selling price $58918 Acquisition fee 925 BMW Tire & Wheel protection 1399 Dealer admin fee 599 Georgia sales tax 4177 (new in the last year or so where you pay it upfront)

    some other title fees etc

    total $66297 Down pmt $1503

    adjusted cap cost $65623 residual 62% or $42355 MF .00170

    36m 10K/yr payment $830 x 35

    Any thoughts good or bad?

    MF is marked up on you .. should be .00130. I confirm your math but the lower MF will reduce your payment to $788/mo.

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    @8042 said: Hi. Could you please let me know August money factor and residual for 2014 BMW M5. 10K miles/year and 36 months. Thanks

    .00130 and 61%. $2500 in lease cash.

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  • dsbrasherdsbrasher Posts: 1

    I see several posts with .00130 money factor for August on 535 for 36 month/15k mile lease, but I went to 2 dealerships yesterday and they both told me that MF is only for BMW employees and that customers had to pay .00170

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,863

    @dsbrasher said: I see several posts with .00130 money factor for August on 535 for 36 month/15k mile lease, but I went to 2 dealerships yesterday and they both told me that MF is only for BMW employees and that customers had to pay .00170

    The base MF provided by BMWFS is .00130, but dealers are permitted to mark it up to .00170, for extra profit. Most dealers attempt to do this. Most of them don't tell blatant lies like the two dealerships you visited.

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  • kabbalahkabbalah Posts: 41

    @kabbalah said: Here is my deal. 2014 535i Dark Graphite Metallic/Ivory nappa leather

    Options

    M Sport Driver Assistance Pkg Lighting Pkg Premium Pkg Sport Auto Transmission Multi-contour seats Heated front seats Harmon Kardon sound Black kidney grilles

    MSRP $68,315

    Selling price $58918 Acquisition fee 925 BMW Tire & Wheel protection 1399 Dealer admin fee 599 Georgia sales tax 4177 (new in the last year or so where you pay it upfront)

    some other title fees etc

    total $66297 Down pmt $1503

    adjusted cap cost $65623 residual 62% or $42355 MF .00170

    36m 10K/yr payment $830 x 35

    Any thoughts good or bad?

    I know that the best rate is .00130 but my credit score went down as I renegotiated and eliminated a lot of CC debt so it was worthwhile to me to take the .00170. It's 4.08% vs 3.12%. I was quite happy with my deal. Great car.

  • danmgy11danmgy11 Posts: 24

    Can you provide the details for a 528 36/12k?

  • homiedruhomiedru Posts: 1

    Hi Michaell, can you please provide the MF and RV for a 2014 535i w/ a 36 month term for 10K/12K/15K miles per year? Thanks!

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