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2014 BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 44,414
edited May 5 in BMW

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  • If anyone was able to claim the $500 Drive Credit in March, please let us know!

  • Does anyone have any insights into the pull ahead program and what BMWFS's finance rates are if you use this program? I've been quoted 5 different rates by 3 different dealers. I'm looking at 2013 CPO'd cars and want to finance over either 60 or 72 months. Just looking for a straight answer.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,660

    @twatchko01 said:
    Does anyone have any insights into the pull ahead program and what BMWFS's finance rates are if you use this program? I've been quoted 5 different rates by 3 different dealers. I'm looking at 2013 CPO'd cars and want to finance over either 60 or 72 months. Just looking for a straight answer.

    BMW's finance rates for almost all new car is 3.19%, but I don't have CPO rates. I'm also not certain that CPOs are eligible for the pull-ahead program. I think it has to be a new vehicle, and keeping with the title of this discussion, the 2014 X5 is not compatible with the pull-ahead program.

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  • @kyfdx@Edmunds said:
    BMW's finance rates for almost all new car is 3.19%, but I don't have CPO rates. I'm also not certain that CPOs are eligible for the pull-ahead program. I think it has to be a new vehicle, and keeping with the title of this discussion, the 2014 X5 is not compatible with the pull-ahead program.

    Ok thank you. So I'm confused, the dealer I'm working with is saying I must use BMWFS in order to use pull ahead program. I'm buying a CPO'd 2013 X5d. Are they just talking out their rear ends? I was qualified for BofA loan at a great rate but walked out on the deal because they changed the interest rate after agreeing, in writing, to the lower rate. Something doesn't add up.

  • By the way, I was approved by BofA through BMW CA I was working with. I didn't shop rate on my own and come back to them.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,660

    The pull-ahead program is definitely tied to being a BMWFS customer... so, that part is correct.

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  • ufo007ufo007 Posts: 4
    I just got an offer on a 2014 X5 with the configuration below for $68K. Is this a good price? The dealer agreed easily so now I'm thinking I should've quoted lower! ;)

    3.0 liter 6 cylinder
    xDrive, intelligent all-wheel drive
    M Sport
    Carbon Black Metallic
    Mocha Dakota Leather
    Poplar Wood Trim
    Cold Weather Package
    Driver Assistance Plus
    Driver Assistance Package
    ACC Stop & Go + Active Driving Assistant
    Premium Package
    3rd row seat + rear axle air suspension
    Ceramic Controls
    Parking Assistant
    Rear manual side window shades
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 44,414
    edited July 2014

    You can look up True Market Value here and compare the "average" price with the dealer's offer. Your goal should be to meet or beat TMV.

    I may have missed an option or two (this one is really loaded!), but I get a TMV of $70,869 for a random (Wisconsin) zip code. That includes destination of $925.

    Almost $3,000 below TMV is good; no idea if BMW dealers are selling for closer to invoice than that.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,660

    @ufo007 said:
    I just got an offer on a 2014 X5 with the configuration below for $68K. Is this a good price? The dealer agreed easily so now I'm thinking I should've quoted lower! ;)

    3.0 liter 6 cylinder
    xDrive, intelligent all-wheel drive
    M Sport
    Carbon Black Metallic
    Mocha Dakota Leather
    Poplar Wood Trim
    Cold Weather Package
    Driver Assistance Plus
    Driver Assistance Package
    ACC Stop & Go + Active Driving Assistant
    Premium Package
    3rd row seat + rear axle air suspension
    Ceramic Controls
    Parking Assistant
    Rear manual side window shades

    Rather than list all the options, just tell us the MSRP?

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  • ufo007ufo007 Posts: 4
    Thanks Stever. TMV comes to $69,830.

    kyfdx - Ha, stupid of me! $72,025 MSRP.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,660

    @ufo007 said:
    Thanks Stever. TMV comes to $69,830.

    kyfdx - Ha, stupid of me! $72,025 MSRP.

    $4K off a 2014 X5 is a strong offer.

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  • Moderator, thank you for all your help with answering many questions while I was cross-shopping between various models. I placed an order yesterday for 2015 BMW X5 xDrive50. 36 months, 10k miles/year, residual 57% and MF 0.0013. The MSRP was $77,385. With everything rolled in (taxes, fees) into the $1100/month payment, I only had to pay a first month's payment upfront. They gave me $3k off MSRP and $1k off for un4gettable driving test drive that BMW currently offer when u test drive any BMW 4 series.
    Again, thank you for all your help.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,660

    Congrats!

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  • chnugechnuge Posts: 3
    Looking to negotiate a buying price on a 2014 BMW X5 xDrive35i with an MSRP of 62,900. Being a year end model what kind of % off of MSRP would be a reasonable discount?
  • Looking to negotiate a selling price for 2014/2015 x5 xDrive (I or d)
    My desired MSRP is 61,000. What discount from the MSRP people have been receiving? Please share.
    Thanks in advance!
  • Just went to a dealer in NJ for X5 35i today. Got a quote of 59770 for MSRP of 63200 (with 3rd row seat)
  • Anyone know what kind of end of the year deals are being offered on the X5?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 16,633
    dcnatfan said:

    Anyone know what kind of end of the year deals are being offered on the X5?

    Not much ... the X5 is one of the most popular available. Maybe a few K off sticker if you're lucky.

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