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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • clymerclymer Posts: 3
    Hi everyone,

    I just received a quote for A 2009 X5 diesel with 2500 miles, it was the delerships managers car. I talked the guy down from 61000 to 58000. It has the following options:

    Alpine White
    Black Nevada Leather
    Dark Burl Walnut wood trim
    Cold Weather Package
    Premium Package
    Premium Sound Package
    Rear Climate Package
    Sport Package
    Comfort seats with lumbar support
    Technology Package
    Comfort Access system
    Running boards
    Smartphone Integration
    HD radio
    iPod and USB adapter
    Satelite Radio w/ 1 year subsciption

    He also threw in all weather mats, and rear cargo liner and a coffee mug :)

    Do you guys think this is a good deal, the guy is giving a night to think about it. Please let me know your thoughts THANKS!!!
  • Go for it. I just paid a lot more for a new, less equipped X5D because I did not have time to shop around. The going rate is invoice or 500 over for a new X5D and you are getting it for a lot less. I got mine for 500 over invoice in CT. Enjoy your vehicle.
  • clymerclymer Posts: 3
    Thank you blackeye800 for your quick response. I thought I was getting a good deal, but it never hurts to ask around. Good luck with your new X5D!!!
  • jen0517jen0517 Posts: 2
    2009 BMW X5 xDrive 30i
    MSRP - 61,525
    platinum bronze metallic
    Active Ventilated Seat Package
    Cold Weather Package
    Premium Package
    Premium Sound Package
    Rear Climate Control Package
    Technology Package
    Comfort Access
    Running Boards
    iPod and USB adapter
    price paid - $57.615

    Momentum BMW
    Houston, TX

    I love it!!

  • 1.Looking at a 2009 X5 with technology package, cold weather package, premium package and ipod holder. Invoice is 51,500.

    What is fair price for this?

    Local dealer is offering only 3% off of msrp which is much higher than what i see on this chat board.

    Am presently in Florida and they are willing to deal and ship car to me.

    What should i offer over invoice?

    What is shipping for 1500 miles to home?

    2. Looking at a demo 2009 X5 with 9400 miles from another dealer near my home.

    MSRP 58000 plus and invoice is 53000 plus but got sheet which shows dealer invoice was actually 50300.

    Car has technology package, premium package, cold weather package, rear climate package, running board, satellite and ipod holder

    They are selling for 52,500

    Would like car if it was a fair price.
  • jen0517jen0517 Posts: 2
    I paid $500 over invoice - see previous post for details.
  • dale2009dale2009 Posts: 10
    Help! I signed a buy agreement to buy a new X5 3.5d on May 30. The sales person told me that it will take about 3-4 weeks for me to get a new car. Three weeks have passed by, and I even did not get a vehicle number so far. I called seals person many times this week and the feedback was that the order will be delayed to next month, and might be the last week of July. The reson is that BMW OEM in USA only works four days per week and the dealership could not get new cars on time.
    What can I do? Please give me your any ideas. Thanks a lot.
  • laakylaaky Posts: 13
    The 3.5d is a great machine so if you can wait then do that first.

    If you are unsure of what is going on, I deal with Keeler in Latham NY who are very good. Give them a call and ask if what you are being told is true. If so then you have to wait if you really want the car you ordered. I assume you have ordered one with the options you wanted. Ask your dealer to provide you with a loaner until yours comes in if it is going to be that late. I am sure you can try some negotiations. The more information you have the better you can negotiate.

    If you do not want to wait for the new car, see if the dealer will cancel the order based upon the mis information they gave you on the delivery date. Perhaps you can just buy one that is in stock on some nearby dealer's lot, but perhaps not the color or options you wanted.
  • Hi everyone,

    I've actually been looking at the x5 and the x6 recently. I'm not really in a rush to buy but because of my indecision, it's making it even harder to decide. should i pay more for the looks or less and go for practicality. does anyone know the actual price of the x6 right now? or have compared them? the x6 forums are completely dead.

  • dale2009dale2009 Posts: 10
    Thanks a lot for your good suggestion.
  • barinicbarinic Posts: 2
    I am looking at a new 2009 BMW X5 3.0i...premium, technology,sport, heated seats, running boards,sat radio, ipod adaptor. The dealer has offer to sell this at $1,600 over what Edmunds says is the invoice. I am thinking I should be able to do better. Can anyone tell me what they have done recently on this car. I am in the DC area. Thanks
  • bond007jbbond007jb Posts: 37
    I think 500 over invoice is a good price these days any better and you have an excellent deal on hand.
  • barinicbarinic Posts: 2
    Thanks for the quick reply
  • dale2009dale2009 Posts: 10
    1,600 over invoice on Edmunds is too high. I signed a buy agreement last month to buy X5 3.5d with high tech, heat front seant, leather, ipod. The price is 1,000 below the invoice. It looks a good deal. But now the dealship wants me to cancel the agreement. I have waitted for 4 weeks, and still didnot get my vehicle number. I am thinking to call a lawyer to handle it.
  • battie4battie4 Posts: 4
    Where can I find invoice pricing for the different packages that BMW offers on the X5?
  • kyfdx%40Edmundskyfdx%40Edmunds Posts: 25,856

    Moderator - Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • mangoolermangooler Posts: 3
    I want to Buy a new X5

    Does anyone know of a deal.

    On June 29 I Got the car I wanted with technology package for $629 a month with 1700 down but it sold
  • ardvarkusardvarkus Posts: 90

    Anyone buying an X5 diesel needs to be aware that BMW is giving dealers $4500 off of invoice for cars sold between July 1 and Aug 31.

    So if you are paying "Edmunds Invoice" the dealer is making $4500 on you....
  • anon3anon3 Posts: 147
    The 2009 X5 3.5d has $4,500 cash assistance from BMW until August 31. I just ordered one for August production at purchase price of $3k below dealer invoice. Sticker will be over $64k and purchase price is $56k including destination.

    They also will trade me out of my 2008 535xi for no charge since I'm within 4 months of the lease end.

    Anyone buying or leasing the diesel X5 also needs to know that it qualifies for $1,800 tax credit until December 2010 or until BMW sells 60,000 diesels in the US. Then the discount is phased out over two quarters.
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