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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • Hi - Can you please share Name of dealership ? Thanks
  • Athens BMW in Athens Georgia.
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    price quoted as : 53,690.00 + tax + docs + license fees and getting it at 2.9%.

    Is it a good deal or can I push for a better price?

    Thanks in advance for all the help and advice. I am pretty clueless when it comes to cars.
  • cabluecablue Posts: 48
    Seems high to me. Have you looked at the diesels? You can get them for thousands under invoice because of the eco credit. Not only that, they're the only X5 I'd get. They get better gas mileage than the 3.0 and a lot more power. Mine's on order now. I'm getting a build-to-order '10 for $3,500 under invoice.
  • Can you share the details of your deal please. Thanks
  • cabluecablue Posts: 48
    My deal is $1,000 over invoice, then I receive the $4,500 eco credit, which brings it to $3,500 under invoice. Then I will receive another $1,800 federal tax credit for being a diesel. I ordered my X5 diesel in No. CA. It is a 2010, which will have the new iDrive. The price, of course, depends on the different options you want. I've ordered the tech. pkg., rear climate pkg., Prem. pkg., comfort access, multi-countour seats, heated front seats, roof rails (which are now an option for the '10s), sat. radio, ipod adapter, and smartphone. To get the invoice prices for the '10s, check out The '10s are just coming off the line now, getting ready to be shipped. And if you didn't already know, they're built here in the U.S., on the east coast. Hope that helps.
  • did you pay invoice price for all the package options as well? or it's whatever the price they list on bmw site? if so, where I can find the invoice price for those? thanks
  • To confirm, you are buying your X5 and not leasing, right?

    BMW tells us that leases are not eligible for the tax credit. There is some controversy about that.
  • cabluecablue Posts: 48
    Yes, I am buying. I've heard the same thing about the tax credit. And, yes, my price is invoice price on everything (options incl.) then add $1,000 for dealer profit, then subtract $4,500 eco credit. Invoice prices are listed at
  • stanx5stanx5 Posts: 3
    Paid $1000 over invoice, minus the $4500 eco credit. Dealer accepted without counter. Dealer in Central CA.

    Alpine White
    Sport Activity Pkg
    Premium Pkg
    Technology Pkg
  • Is this a good deal for Bmw x5d $ 52000
    options are tech,premium and ipod/usb
    dealer in GA
    is it a good deal
    please let me know
    thank you
  • $1000 over invoice not including the $4500 Eco Credit (good til 11/2/09) is a good deal.
  • bro1o3bro1o3 Posts: 6
    Did you also have to pay for the charges shown below which are also typical add-on charges here? The MACO is something I could not get the dealer drop and they told me it was an integral part of the BMW invoice and offered to show it to me on the paperwork.

    - MACO ($380)
    - administration ($399)
    - detail (aka dealer prep.) ($200)

    I paid $500 over invoice, then add the three items above and then subtract the $4,500 eco credit. The total price was below the Edmunds calculation for "what others are paying" in this area and was below the "Great Deal" on for my area so I was happy with the deal.

    This of course does not include delivery ($825 here), tax and tag.
  • alan39alan39 Posts: 3
    Has anyone received their new 2010 X5 diesel. I know production has started, but wanted to know if delivery has begun and how is the drive.
  • I go a week from Tuesday to pick mine up at the performance center. The web page shows it is done.
  • MSRP - 61875 Invoice - 57430
    Options: Premium, Technology, Rear Climate, USB/iPod Adaptor, 3rd row seats, Heated Front Seats & roof rails.

    Purchase Price:

    57430 (invoice)
    + 500 ( 500 over invoice)
    - 4500 (4500 Eco Credit)
    -1500 (returning X3 lease, so additional $1500 credit for X3 lease return)
    51960 selling price

    Sales tax + tag/registraction extra - around $6000 (in California/alameda county)

    I'm not sure whether it's a good deal, but very pleased with the sales person and the way he handled things. Thanks to everyone who shared the purchase experience and the pricing details, it really helped me.
  • Very good deal. Are they taxing your $4500 credit?

    What is your color combo?
  • I see a lot of quotes/prices paid on the diesel X5, can anyone tell me what I should be shooting for when I negotiate on a new 2009 X5 30i? I know that right now they are offering $2500 holiday cash and 4.9% financing for 60 months but I can not get a feel for what a good price base price for this model is. I've seen it suggested to aim for dealer invoice + $500 -- where do I find dealer invoice?
  • No, the tax is on the final selling price which excludes the $4500 eco-credit. My color combination is Black Sapphire Metallic/Black premium leather.
  • Bought a 2010 X5 3.0 MSRP $58425, sold to me for $54,400 then take off the $2500 Holiday rebate so at $51,900 (plus taxes) final cost.

    Good Deal?
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