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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • Hi Jason,

    I apologize for the late response. I have been on vacation with my family in the Caribbean Islands for the past week and a half.

    I am happy to know that my reference helped in getting you a good deal. A lot of credit goes to Edmunds and it's moderators for facilitating this exchange. I encourage you to help other edmunds shoppers if you can spare some time by sharing your buying experience, etc.

    Also, now that you are a bimmer owner, it is time to sign up on bimmerfest.com to enjoy the BMW ownership to the fullest. If you decide to join, add me as a friend - my ID there is "shogunman". Beware, bimmerfest is pretty addictive - most enthusiasts spend about 30 minutes per day on average (including me). Who know, maybe we could talk cars over single malt at a local bar someday.

    If you are looking for lease on any BMW or Jaguar, hit me up. I have good friends in dealerships in the bay area and may be able to hook you up.

    PS: I love Texas Hold'em.

    Talk soon,
    Nate
  • qthqth Posts: 25
    Please share the deal/agree price MSRP/$$ paid for your new 2014-X5 with Peter. Thanks. Jo
  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 89
    Jason, pls. share your deal with Peter?

    How much invoice +$$ you got your deal? Was that custom order or you picked from lot?

    Thanks
  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 89
    edited December 2013
    Nate,

    Could you send me BMW dealers contacts? I'm looking to lease 2014 X5.

    my email is abhi_2003 at hotmail dot com

    Appreciate it!

    Thanks
    AK
  • Here is what I got:
    2014 X5 xdrive
    after all the configurations, the MSRP is $61500. I called three local BMW dealers and the best price I got it is MSRP-$750 due to a long waiting list for this new/hot 2014 X5. In addition, we need to take the one in their inventory instead of a customized one as we want.

    So, I visited the dealer and met the general manager Nate referred, and he gave us MSRP-$2750 before tax without any negotiation. I am not clear about the invoice price of this vehicle, and probably my contract is not better than others in different area (I am in Silicon Valley area).

    BTW, we took a 72-month loan at 2.9% with $5000 down.
  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 89
    edited December 2013
    It's close to 4.5% off of MSRP.

    Not bad, but in CA all deals are made Invoice+$500 or worst case invoice + $1000 that is equal to 6% of MSRP.

    For invoice prices you can look here at Edmunds.com then build your car or carprices.com. Usually invoice price is ~7% of MSRP.

    All dealer will say due to heavy demand blah blah..its all BS. If you want your custom built car, then wait for 1-2 months.

    Check xbimmer.com and bimmerpost.com forum.

    My deal is invoice + $500 + wheel locks including. that is 6.5% of MSRP.

    dealer is century west, talk to Chris. Check his email on their website.
  • ny2cany2ca Posts: 4
    mine was about 7 weeks as the dealer was able change a vehicle on their allocation sheet. Since then, I understand that allocations are becoming more difficult due to increasing demand.
  • bboozebbooze Posts: 34
    So went to the dealer today to buy a '14 X5. Process was fine we were happy with everything. As we were signing the paperwork the salesperson asked us how we were going to finance the purchase. I stated we would be paying cash. At this point she started rambling about BMW wanting to prevent exports to China and whether we would be willing to instead get a loan - even if we paid it off right away - to make sure the dealer is covered. I have never heard of any such thing in my life. I said I would have to think about it but I'm now sitting here wondering if this some crazy ruse and if so I'm not going to give them the final okay to go into production.

    Any thoughts appreciated.
  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 89

    @bbooze said: So went to the dealer today to buy a '14 X5. Process was fine we were happy with everything. As we were signing the paperwork the salesperson asked us how we were going to finance the purchase. I stated we would be paying cash. At this point she started rambling about BMW wanting to prevent exports to China and whether we would be willing to instead get a loan - even if we paid it off right away - to make sure the dealer is covered. I have never heard of any such thing in my life. I said I would have to think about it but I'm now sitting here wondering if this some crazy ruse and if so I'm not going to give them the final okay to go into production.

    Any thoughts appreciated.

    That's BS.

    check xbimmer or bimmerfest forum. There are tons of people buying X5 with cash. I know 3 people in my city who bought X5 with 100% cash 2 weeks ago.

  • Hello All,

    Wondering if you can guide me as I'm looking to buy an X5 (2013) with 7800 miles

    Here are the options on this x5 - x5 x35i - Convenience package - Cold weather - Technology - Running boards - 3rd row seats - Satellite radio + BMW apps - Space Gray metallic exterior - Sand beige nevada interior

    Based on the info dealer provided MSRP is $65,050, offering for $52,500 +fees+tax (a discount of $12,500 for 7800 miles)

    For these options, Edmunds calculates as MSRP of $66,8525, Invoice of $61,475, TMV of $59,488

    Hoping if you can guide me on what the price range should be for this car - Dealer indicated that it is a factory car (probably used by BMW employee), will be sold as a used car (not a CPO), and who ever buys the card would be listed as first owner on the title (not sure if that matters) - I offered $48,500, and it was politely declined as being too far off :-)

    This will be my first BMW purchase ... Thank you all in advance for your assistance.

    Regards, Sam.

  • Can someone help me find a 2013 X5d? Northwest is sold out and I couldn't find it via edmunds/cars search either. Does bmw offer national inventory? BMW x5d, 3rd row, panoramic roof are must haves, okay with more options 18-20% off MSRP, 0.00125 MF, 55%, 7 MSDs looks norm this month.

  • beth03456beth03456 Posts: 4

    @firstbmw_ga said: Hello All,

    Wondering if you can guide me as I'm looking to buy an X5 (2013) with 7800 miles

    Here are the options on this x5 - x5 x35i - Convenience package - Cold weather - Technology - Running boards - 3rd row seats - Satellite radio + BMW apps - Space Gray metallic exterior - Sand beige nevada interior

    Based on the info dealer provided MSRP is $65,050, offering for $52,500 +fees+tax (a discount of $12,500 for 7800 miles)

    For these options, Edmunds calculates as MSRP of $66,8525, Invoice of $61,475, TMV of $59,488

    Hoping if you can guide me on what the price range should be for this car - Dealer indicated that it is a factory car (probably used by BMW employee), will be sold as a used car (not a CPO), and who ever buys the card would be listed as first owner on the title (not sure if that matters) - I offered $48,500, and it was politely declined as being too far off :-)

    This will be my first BMW purchase ... Thank you all in advance for your assistance.

    Regards, Sam.

    This summer before the 2014's came out I bought a fairly similar vehicle - 2012 with 12000 miles, "previous executive car" with 3rd row, premium, etc. The invoice was $66K or so and I got it for right about $50K and I made them give me roof rails. So I think your deal sounds ok since yours is a 2013 with lower mileage.

  • doc123doc123 Posts: 1

    2014 X5 i35 - Southern California (Thousand Oaks - dealer name Vitale) 12K miles / 36 months MSRP 56,200 Dealer took $4000 off MSRP = $52,200 + tax + license Can finance or lease (Lease would be $600 / month for 35 payments with $5000 down) Financing is a better option.

  • I've been looking for a 2013 X5d and found a dealer (local to me) who has 2. I asked the CA for MF and residual and he was very reluctant to give them to me. I pushed him on the residual and he said "about 50%". Is this true for leftover 2013 X5d's? I qualify for the pull ahead program and really don't want to order (and don't like) a 2014 X5d. Does anyone know what the residual and MF would be? 3yrs/15k miles

  • @twatchko01 said: I've been looking for a 2013 X5d and found a dealer (local to me) who has 2. I asked the CA for MF and residual and he was very reluctant to give them to me. I pushed him on the residual and he said "about 50%". Is this true for leftover 2013 X5d's? I qualify for the pull ahead program and really don't want to order (and don't like) a 2014 X5d. Does anyone know what the residual and MF would be? 3yrs/15k miles

    .00130 MF and 50% residual

    Moderator - Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • agentbb007agentbb007 Posts: 6

    Just helped my Grandpa do a build for his 2014 X5 50i, 36 month lease, 10k miles. Here are the numbers we got. FYI we live in Utah. They estimate build should start in early April.

    MSRP $80,175 Negotiated Price: $79,000 Acquisition Fee $925 Down Payment: $5,686.73 Adjusted Cap Cost: $74,238.27 Money Factor $0.0013 Residual 60% 7 Security Deposits for Adjusted Money Factor: 0.00081 Depreciation Expense: $725.92 Interest Expense: $99.10 Monthly Payment: $825.02 Monthly With Tax: $880.71

    BB

  • double_adouble_a Posts: 5

    Looking at a 2013 BMW X5 50i. MSRP 73,220. Dealer price is 65.535 which is a 10.5% discount. Is this a good deal? How much more can I negotiate. Advice would be appreciated.

  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,869

    @double_a said: Looking at a 2013 BMW X5 50i. MSRP 73,220. Dealer price is 65.535 which is a 10.5% discount. Is this a good deal? How much more can I negotiate. Advice would be appreciated.

    There are obviously some dealer incentives on the 2013 model, because your quote is under invoice. Unfortunately, I don't know what they are. It's possible that they were paid out in cash to the dealer, in a previous month.. I'm pretty sure at one point, there was $1500 dealer cash in the 1st Quarter.

    Competitive bids might be the easiest way to find out, but I'm not sure how many 2013 models are out there, still... to choose from.

    Moderator - Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • double_adouble_a Posts: 5

    Thanks for the advice. I had heard people saying they were getting 20% off but I was not sure I believed the number. There may be another 1% or two.

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