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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • dale2009dale2009 Posts: 10
    WOW, $4500 off of invoice. It is cool. Could you tell where this information comes from? Can I find it from the internet?

    Thanks a lot.

    Dale
  • anon3anon3 Posts: 147
    The program is not $4,500 off invoice. It's $4,500 cash assistance from BMW. The dealers aren't required to sell the vehicle at invoice and then take $4,500 off. You still have to negotiate the best price, then subtract the cash discount.

    Knowing about the cash assistance when you talk to the salesperson is important. If you don't know about the $4,500, the dealers will make it look like they're giving you a great price, but they're really dipping into the money from BMW.

    Also, you have to take delivery by August 31.

    $1,800 tax credit also helps.
  • dale2009dale2009 Posts: 10
    Thanks a lot.

    Dale
  • dale2009dale2009 Posts: 10
    Thanks a lot for your information.
    Dale
  • boykieboykie Posts: 6
    Just purchased the following X5d that will be built and delivered to me by end of August - although as I will only be moving to CT at the end of September they will hold it on the lot for me.

    $52,250
    Space Grey – Sand Beige perforated Nevada leather, bamboo trim, Premium, Cold Weather, Active Ventilated Seat, Rear Climate, Park distance control, Running boards, Smartphone integration, IPod Interface adaptor, all weather mats.
  • tinalyssatinalyssa Posts: 1
    Can someone please tell me how much the extended maintenance plan is on a 2009 X5? I love my X5 but had the worst buying experience possible. To make a long story short I had purchased an X3 sports edition in which I was told had better gas mileage than the X5 after driving the X3 I was not happy with the car gas mileage was not great I went back to the dealer and purchased a 2009 X5 "Demo" with technology package (11953 miles) the price they sold the car to me was $51k said that the msrp was $58k after going back and forth and completely confused I ended up loosing $6k for the x3 plus the extended maintenance that I purchased for the x3 with the intent to keep. I have been going back and forth with the dealer b/c after reviwing all the paperwork i realized how much I was taken for! I am trying to find out what the extended maintenance is I really don't want to be ripped off again! If anyone can help me I woyld appreciate it.
  • bettyblubettyblu Posts: 7
    Need money factor on BMW X5 SUV 2009 diesel and residual 15000miles 3 year lease. MSRP $62000. purchase price approx.$55000. We are getting ready to purchase two cars buy one lease the other.I have also posted lease ?'s in lease forums. :) Thanks
  • boykieboykie Posts: 6
    MSRP $61275 Purchase Price $52,250
  • dell26dell26 Posts: 9
    Just purchased the following X5d that will be built and delivered to me by end of July , per the dealership....... Let me know what you think. I want to extend the warranty and they are asking for 3400 for the warranty to add 2 years and 100,000 miles and 2495 for the extended maintenance.

    $59,060 w/o Extended Maintenance and warranty
    $64955 w Extended Maintenance and warranty
    Black Sapphire Metallic Saddle brown nevada leather,Premium, Cold Weather, Premium Sound Package, Rear Climate Package, Sport Package, Space Saver Spare, running boards, HD radio, Satellite Radio, Running boards, Smartphone integration, IPod Interface adaptor.
  • cabluecablue Posts: 48
    Trying to decide whether to order now or not. Any other changes known for '10 other than iDrive update? Checked out new iDrive in 3 series. It didn't make a big impression on me, not enough to wait, since I'm already used to using the current iDrive. Also trying to decide on sport pkg. or not. I've always had it on my 5 series cars but not sure I need it for an X5 as I won't be driving it like my cars. Any thoughts on that? Looking to get the diesel. Thanks for any input. :)
  • us_matrixus_matrix Posts: 10
    Hi Boykie,

    Great deal! Where and which dealer you got this deal?

    Thanks.
  • boykieboykie Posts: 6
    Most of the dealerships in Fairfield county, Connecticut should be around this price due to the $4500 discount off invoice, but it must be purchase before Aug 1. Presume this is because the 2010 X5 will start being produced in September.
  • wesoweso Posts: 6
    I was told by a few different BMW dealers that the 2009 X5 3.5d $4,500 incentive runs until August 31 and that I can order a car with the incentive until August 31.
  • wow boykie,

    the $52250 is all inclusive? tax and all? love to get the same deal....
  • nycbmwnycbmw Posts: 6
    any suggestions on on fairfield county dealerships. which were the best to deal with?
    thanks
  • boykieboykie Posts: 6
    No that is just for the car and destination fee - not including tax and registration.

    BMW of Bridgeport or Darien or Greenwich or Ridgefield.
  • anon3anon3 Posts: 147
    The $4,500 incentive runs through August 31, but you have to take delivery by August 31. If you're going to order an X5 diesel, you should do it immediately to make sure that it is delivered by the end of August. Your dealer will know their available production dates/slots. It takes about 3 weeks for delivery once production begins and there's always the possibility of delays. So your vehicle would need to begin production by the end of the first week of August.
  • anon3anon3 Posts: 147
    I've been researching in every source that I can think of to learn whether more than iDrive will change in 2010. So far, I haven't found any other changes for the diesels. So I didn't want to pass up the opportunity to get a $64k X5 for $56k.

    The 2011 X5 should be the mid-model refresh that will bring an updated interior, exterior styling changes, new engine options, etc. BMW models run 7 years. The 4th year is the mid-model refresh. This X5 began production as a 2008 model, which means that the 2011 model will be the major refresh if they follow their usual production cycles.

    So I think it's safe to assume that 2010 won't bring significant changes to warrant passing on thousands of dollars in discounts and tax credits. This recession won't last forever and car makers will eventually want to make money again.
  • anon3anon3 Posts: 147
    The IRS says that consumers who lease an X5 3.5d qualify for the alternative fuel tax credit, but the IRS allows the option for the leasing company to claim the credit. BMWUSA.COM says that lessees don't qualify for the tax credit, so it looks like BMW Finance plans to keep the tax credit for themselves.

    Does anyone have any information on this? I plan to raise hell and cancel my order if they cheat me out of that tax credit.
  • wesoweso Posts: 6
    I asked a couple of dealers today that said that I could order at the end of August and do NOT need to take delivery by August 31st. Where are you getting your info?
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