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2013 and earlier BMW 3-Series Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • bluguysbluguys Posts: 11
    This is a first time im planning to lease BMW.
    And I just received the below quote for 328i from local dealer-

    Premium Pack
    Navi
    Automatic Trans
    Xenon Headlights
    Comfort Access
    17" V-Spoke Wheels
    Anti Theft

    MSRP - $43,580
    Sale Price - 41,350 +Tax+Title Fee+Document Fees = $45,013.34
    Downpayment - $2500

    36 months lease with 10,000 miles/yr @ $639.00 a month

    Please let me know guys what you think....
  • I am planning to get a BMW with this configuration:
    - 328i xDrive Coupe European Delivery
    - Navigation system
    - Premium package
    - Automatic transmission
    - Heated front seats
    - Metallic paint
    - Alarm system

    The quoted out the door price is $44300.00 (tax and tags included). Is it a good deal?

    Thanks
  • skiman2skiman2 Posts: 11
    Sounds very expensive. I received 11.7% off MSPR for similar car here with Nav/ Bluetooth/ keyless comfort access/ Auto for $36,300. vs. $41,100 MSRP
  • skiman2skiman2 Posts: 11
    i don't think so.It appears expensive. I received 11.7% off MSPR for similar car with Nav/ Bluetooth/ keyless comfort access/ Auto for $36,300. vs. $41,100 MSRP
    My lease for 36 months with 10,000 miles/year with MSD's netted to $460.00 /month.

    You should shop around. Good luck!
  • This is for the 2009 328i xDrive ED. This is the lower price I got from 5 different dealers. The MSRP out the door price is $47694.60 (not lease). What is your configuration? Thanks.
  • stunyccpastunyccpa Posts: 27
    HOST:

    2009 328i Coupe
    MSRP: 45,250
    Quote: 42,100
    Term: 36 Months @ 10k mi/yr

    What should I expect to pay approximately per month?

    NY sales tax rate is 8.375%
  • skiman2skiman2 Posts: 11
    Your quote appears expensive. You are only getting 6.96% off or just $3,150 off MSRP. For comparison, I received 11.7% off MSPR for 2009 328 xi Drive car with Nav/ Bluetooth/ keyless Comfort Access/ Auto for $36,300. vs. $41,100 MSRP That's $4,800 off MSRP.

    My lease for 36 months with 10,000 miles/year with MSD's (Multiple Security Deposits ) netted to $460.00 /month including the 6% sales tax in CT.

    You should shop around and demand a more competitive price. Good luck!
  • dong84dong84 Posts: 24
    Hi, would you please send me your deal in deatail at dhyun4@hotmail.com? Cause I am going to lease bmw 328 coupe without any option and will have to pay $500 a month with $1000 down payment. It seems your deal is much better and I am wondering I can use your deal to make better deal. Thank you for your help in advance.
  • eric3838eric3838 Posts: 3
    Hi..I am looking for getting a new car and interested in buying 09' 335i (BMW)..can i get you guys out-the-door price...if it is possible can i get detail price thru eric3838@hotmail.com...
    thank you
  • skiman2skiman2 Posts: 11
    Hello

    My deal was I am ordering the car to be built w/o all the expensive packages.

    Car wll have navigation, bluetooth, Keyless Comfort Entry system and Steptronic transmission. With delivery the vehicle stickers for $41,100. I'm paying 36,300 . To get the monthly lease to $460 (including 6% sales tax) for 10,000 miles per year for 36 month term I am investing a total of eight $500 multiple security deposits. There is no cap cost reduction. However unlike you paying $1,000 in cap cost, in my deal after 3 years when the lease is up I get the $4,000 back.Your $1,000 is gone. But it's saving me nearly $49/month on the lease. This savings viewed as tax free return on my investment is like making 13% tax free interest per year over the 3 years.

    Skiman
  • dong84dong84 Posts: 24
    Thank you very much for your info. The problem is that I don't want to put any security deposit.
    My deal is 1000 down 500 a month 12k for 36 month.
    328 coupe manual with no option.

    What do you think?
  • calvin464calvin464 Posts: 12
    Hi all,
    Great forum. I'm thinking about getting a 2006 330 CPO convertible that is listed as $30K (21K miles, sport package and xenon). Has anyone success getting the 0.9% financing that is currently offering for 06 model on the BMW CPO web site?

    Also what would be the common deal price when dealing with a CPO BMW. Is 2-3K down from the listed prices reasonable? Thanks for all your help.
  • bluguysbluguys Posts: 11
    Thank you much for your valuable response. Would you mind me using your your deal with my local dealer to see if I'd get similar offer?

    Thank you!
  • bluguysbluguys Posts: 11
    my email is bluguys@gmail.com
  • bluguysbluguys Posts: 11
    Here is my 328i configuration-

    6-SPEED STEPTRONIC AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
    CRIMSON RED
    PREMIUM PKG
    SPORTS PKG
    DVD-BASED NAVIGATION SYSTEM
    HEATED FRONT SEAT

    What could be the best deal on this spec? Please let me know.

    Thank you!
  • bluguysbluguys Posts: 11
    Here is the configuration of my 328i that Im going to buy-

    6-SPEED STEPTRONIC AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION
    CRIMSON RED
    PREMIUM PKG
    SPORTS PKG
    DVD-BASED NAVIGATION SYSTEM

    What could be the best deal on this config? Please let me know.
  • skiman2skiman2 Posts: 11
    Take 11.7% off the vehicle's MSRP. If you are getting less of a discount, you are not getting a razor sharp deal.
  • stunyccpastunyccpa Posts: 27
    I'm a little confused, why 11.7%? If that because that is what you got off of MSRP on your deal? If it is that's holding all variables equal....If bluguys is located around BMW dealerships that are doing very poorly, and hardly moving cars, in comparison to other US dealerships maybe he would get even more off MSRP? Or inversely possibly less than that 11.7% figure?
  • samimsamim Posts: 1
    Dear Car man,

    I ended up leasing a 2009 BMW cp xi, MRSP was: 46035 and invoice is: 43035, i paid 4000 at signing covering downpament, taxes, etc. and I will be paying 499/mo for 36 months, I really don't know if it's a good deal or I could have got a better deal. It's a full option car and has got all packages, AWD with streptonic automatic transmission, I just fell in love with it and signed the papers but now I am not sure abt the price, plz help me!!
  • skiman2skiman2 Posts: 11
    So you negotiated $3K off on a $46K MSRP car or 6.6%

    I received $4.8K off a $41K car or 11.7% if you read my post above. If the shoe fits wear it or if you like the car drive it!
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