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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • hello,
    could you share with me the dealship name and saleperson name?
    thanks in advance.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,579
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  • ab10000ab10000 Posts: 127
    edited February 2012
    Hi
    Does anyone know if the incentives are back on x5 in February? BMW x5 sales are 14% down in January.
    I think this is the best time to get a great deal. My guess the will try to push sales through higher rebates to dealers.
  • Where did you get this information on X5 sales? Thats very interesting.

    14% down, but still no rebaltes, may be its good to wait till March to see if they come out with any new rebates!

    :)
  • 12k miles
    Sport Activity package, premium package, prem stereo package, technology package, cold weather package, contour seat, heated rear, run boards....3 years left on warranty - for $50k

    Opinions?
  • ab10000ab10000 Posts: 127
    edited February 2012
    This is the monthly BMW sales report, just google it.
    Mercedes Benz Sales are up 26%
    BMW only 3% up
    This is because BNZ is heavily discounting their cars through dealer incentives, on average about 8-9K for 50K plus BNZ vehicles ( A friend just got the new ML350 for 8K bellow MSRP and another GL450 for 12K bellow MSRP).
    BMW is not heavily discounting their cars except for 7 series, therefore their sales numbers are poor. My guess they will have a fire sale soon to catch up.
  • ab10000ab10000 Posts: 127
    Sales BMW of North America, LLC, January 2012

    Jan '12 Jan '11 % YTD Jan '12 YTD Jan '11 %
    1 Series 422 501 -15.8% 422 501 -15.8%
    3 Series 6,698 5,763 16.2% 6,698 5,763 16.2%
    Z4 104 112 -7.1% 104 112 -7.1%
    5 Series 3,216 4,350 -26.1% 3,216 4,350 -26.1%
    6 Series 409 83 392.8% 409 83 392.8%
    7 Series 977 626 56.1% 977 626 56.1%
    BMW passenger cars 11,826 11,435 3.4% 11,826 11,435 3.4%
    X3 1,687 1075 56.9% 1,687 1075 56.9%
    X5 2,610 3,038 -14.1% 2,610 3,038 -14.1%
    X6 282 357 -21.0% 282 357 -21.0%
    BMW light trucks (SAVs) 4,579 4,470 2.4% 4,579 4,470 2.4%
    BMW brand 16,405 15,905 3.1% 16,405 15,905 3.1%

    Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/2012/02/01/4231246/bmw-group-us-january-sales-increase.htm- l#storylink=cpy
  • jaymkjaymk Posts: 86
    I would say it is a very good deal as the new ones are not getting that much discounted.
    Almost $66000 new and You are paying only $50000 with 3 years left on warranty.
    Good deal.
    Thank You.
  • jaymkjaymk Posts: 86
    I cannot get upto $6000 or more discount as other people here have posted, specially from CA dealerships. So to me this is a steal of a deal.
    You are getting a fully loaded X5 Sport Activity for more than 3 years left on warranty for only $53500.
    Just see how much it would cost You to buy the new one and compare from there.
    Good luck.
    Thank You.
  • alexkoperalexkoper Posts: 18
    Hello all, just picked up my X5 diesel last night. I ordered it specifically because I wanted the Nappa Leather package.

    MSRP 67195
    Eco credit of 2500
    Negotiated deal with dealer for $750 over invoice with no training fee and no maco fee. Final price was $60050. I think it's a great deal, had an awesome sales guy named Bo Sailor at Santa Barbara Auto Group in So Cal (Santa Barbara) ... No hassle or haggle, it was so easy.Car is great.
  • konradlvkonradlv Posts: 11
    Great deal.
    What color and options did you get.
    I am looking at similar car with Msra of $67,000 and the dealer offered it for 60k
  • konradlvkonradlv Posts: 11
    I am picking up my new X5 35 D TODAY
    NEW ECO CREDIT $3,500 !!!!!!!
    MSRP $67,045 SALES PRICE 59,000
  • fimsyfimsy Posts: 12
    Hello, I am a first time car buyer and plan to purchase a 2013 BMW X5. Live in NY and moving to MN in June.
    1. Should I purchase in NY and move car to MN or purchase car in MN?

    2. I am getting the 35i, with options of leather seating, navigation, snap in adapters and total of $52,014 MSRP. Can someone tell me a good price to bargain for and I need tips on pitfalls to avoid!!!
    Thank you
  • crohitcrohit Posts: 3
    Got mine NEW 2011 X5 Diesel:
    - 3rd row seats
    - Premium pkg
    - Rear climate
    - Head up display
    - Navigation
    - Cold weather pkg
    price paid 50k.
  • Would you be kind enough to post specifics?

    Looking at an X5 diesel with an MSRP of 67,400 and wondering what i should offer for the vehicle...

    Thanks
  • fimsyfimsy Posts: 12
    Thanks for your reply. Thats a very good buy. Where is your dealer please and how much did you get of the MSRP generally.
  • fimsyfimsy Posts: 12
    Hello, BMW financing for a new BMW X5 2013 is 3.99 for up to 72 months. Can anyone tell me if that is good? It ends this month of April they say
  • crohitcrohit Posts: 3
    I just bought a month back 2011 model. It was a celebrity demo model used by dealer. MSRP approximately 64k. Based on experience I feel
    That with all the discounts, u should definitely pay 10k less and on top
    Of that another 2k to 5k less depending how long the car is sitting in
    The lot. I miight have been lucky coz I found 2011 when the dealer was
    selling 2012 models. I did not do a lot of homework and did not know
    about the eco discount. Also if u r buying from on-the-inventory that
    means it is not custom made for u and not many BMW buying people
    do that. So I feel that ball is in ur court to bargain. U can always play
    the card that the model dealer is selling has more features then u need
    hence u don't wanna pay for them and hence it is not a good match
    and u r walking out. If dealer wants to sell, will be ready to bargain.
    Final judgement is always yours.
  • crohitcrohit Posts: 3
    That's a lot of APR. U might be better off checking ur local credit union.
    Depends on ur credit score as well. Also u can try more bargain with the dealer as well.
    Credit is cheap these days, shop around, u may be able to do better.
  • fimsyfimsy Posts: 12
    Thank you. I have very good credit and I agree its a high APR
  • fg3x5dfg3x5d Posts: 1
    Are all of you guys buying off the street or part of any corporate deals?

    I'm looking at a smoking deal, but it is through my company....that seems to be the best way to go.
  • jddssc121jddssc121 Posts: 66
    2012 X5 Diesel.

    MSRP = 64,095

    Selling price = 56,105
  • durniljrdurniljr Posts: 4
    that sounds a like a killer deal - can you break down incentives vs what you negotiated off? where are you located? not in TX by chance?!?!
  • mdg12345mdg12345 Posts: 2
    I was told by a dealer the best price they could offer is $60,089 for X5 with MSRP of $66,695. Good as long as $3500 eco credit exists. I am ordering the car with my specs (nappa leather, 3rd row, premium pkg, premium sound). I am thinking I can do better on the price, but not getting a better deal so far. Is this the best deal out there or is there better? I have seen a few posts above with over $7,000 off MSRP for similar. Best technique for driving a harder bargain to get a better deal?

    I am in Colorado, so if anyone has had a good dealer experience, please let me know. Thanks.
  • dhkhandhkhan Posts: 27
    Can you please post name of dealership you are getting the $60,085 price from.

    Thanks
  • jddssc121jddssc121 Posts: 66
    Eco credit of $3,500. Rest was just negotiating :)

    this was in WA state
  • konradlvkonradlv Posts: 11
    Is the $60,089 before or after eco credit???
  • jddssc121jddssc121 Posts: 66
    I have 3 dealers all fairly close to each other. had the 3 of them compete for my business ( all via email no less :) )
  • mdg12345mdg12345 Posts: 2
    That's the offer after the eco credit. Should I do better? Another dealer offered something similar. I have been looking at the dealers in Boulder and Longmont. Got less of a response from the Denver dealers (Murray and one other).
  • dhkhandhkhan Posts: 27
    Dealer in Longmnot? Did you mean Loveland?
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