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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • bimmervoybimmervoy Posts: 13
    We ordered EXACT same PKG + running-boards (sure you got those too) on 6/23 and the deal we got was $57.5K ...w/o really shopping around - there are no super incentives (yet) on the 2011 X5 as fas as I can see. The only other option I'm loosing sleep over is the ACTIVE STEERING ...is it really worth the extra 1.5K ...I don't want to regret it later - I plan on keeping this thing for 10 years ...I hope.
  • advisor2advisor2 Posts: 6
    What was the MSRP after all options and other charges before any break they offered you in the price. If you can provide me dealership location that will be great.

    Thanks
  • advisor2advisor2 Posts: 6
    How much did they pay for the SUV? Thanks
  • asharmanasharman Posts: 5
    I just placed my order for 2011 X5 35d for $1000 above invoice but before the $4,500 discount. Expected delivery in 6 weeks. Options include premium package, technology package, cold weather rear climate, and running boards. I called around in NY and NJ and got this deal at Open Road BMW Edison, NJ. The salesman had agreed to give this price over the phone ($1000 above invoice). He largely stuck to the deal but tried to add an extra $500 for training/MACO, which he claimed are not included in Edmunds' Invoice price. Anyway, we settled for half way ($250). So in the end I paid $1,250 above invoice. Still a great deal. This site was very useful for my research and I want to thank everyone for sharing their experiences for our benefit.
  • 00boxsters00boxsters Posts: 202
    Congrats and enjoy. It will be here before you know it so appreciate the anticipation if you can.

    You got a good deal. The training/MACO fee's are paid by every BMW customer as they are not simply 'dealer fees' put entirely into the dealers profit.
  • 1818181818181818 Posts: 5
    HOPE THIS HELPS!

    MSRP $59,525.21

    TECH
    CONV
    COMFORT ACCESS
    RUNNING BOARDS
    HEATED FRONT SEATS
    SIDE-VIEW CAMERA

    (I'M GONNA TRY TO DO EVEN BETTER!)

    $55,959.00

    BMW OF TENAFLY
    TENAFLY, NJ
  • 1818181818181818 Posts: 5
    HOPE THIS HELPS!

    MSRP $59,525.21

    TECH
    CONV
    COMFORT ACCESS
    RUNNING BOARDS
    HEATED FRONT SEATS
    SIDE-VIEW CAMERA

    (I'M GONNA TRY TO DO EVEN BETTER!)

    $55,959.00

    BMW OF TENAFLY
    TENAFLY, NJ
  • Are the standard floor mats included in all BMW X5's MSRP...... or is there an additional charge?
  • bd3500bd3500 Posts: 1
    What is a fair price for a CPO 2007 X5?

    Color: Space Grey
    Interior: Black Nappa Leather
    Miles: 33,060
    Options:
    Navigation
    Premium Package
    Rear Entertainment / DVD Player
    Running Boards
    iPod / USB
    Technology Package
    3rd Row Seating
    Rear Climate Control
    Automatic Transmission
    Sirius Satellite Radio

    CPO Coverage lasts until 04/18/2013 where as maintenance lasts until 04/18/2011.

    Thanks!
  • 00boxsters00boxsters Posts: 202
    Not standard, additional charge. Skip the standard carpet BMW mats and get the BMW (not WeatherTech in this specific case) all weather rubber mats (not deep dish--blanking on name).
  • My dealer has never charged me for floor mats (and I've purchased or leased a LOT of BMWs). If your dealer charges you for floor mats in a new vehicle, you should find another dealer.
  • nyinjanyinja Posts: 10
    I am in the final stages of ordering a 2011 BMW X5 35i Premium, and have a couple outstanding questions.
    1. Has anyone purchased/used the head-up display? Will it display speed in KPH? How badly is it effected by viewing through polarized sunglasses?
    2. Are the adaptive steering and adaptive drive worth the added cost?
    3. Any comments suggestions on Space Gray / Ventilated Beige interior combo?
    4. Is the 3rd row seat useful? (not needed in my case, but thought it would be handy).
    As I am currently overseas, and have very limited access to inventories, I have to make most my decisions from on-line info, so any insight/opinion is appreciated. :shades:
  • brentslubrentslu Posts: 5
    You can barely see the HUD through polarized sun glasses. I had it on my 07 and decided against it on the 2011. I never used my third row but I only have one kid. Check out the Oyster Interior. It is really really nice.
  • zheckszhecks Posts: 35
    4) 3rd row seat is only useful if you have 2 kids and need to carry 7 passengers. The 3rd row is very small and fits young kids only. Not practical to have an adult there for more than an hour.

    5) There are a lot of inventory at the dealership. Sell price at $1K over invoice is not uncommon (almost $4K off msrp).
  • sjthomassjthomas Posts: 61
    The 2011 X5 was reviewed here:

    "We did notice that the heads-up display vanishes when wearing polarized shades. So if you like to see your HUD properly, with apologies to that little ole band from Texas, ZZ Top, wear some cheap sunglasses."

    http://www.leftlanenews.com/bmw-x5-first-drive-review.html

    Hope that helps.
  • bimmervoybimmervoy Posts: 13
    edited July 2010
    EVERYBODY! DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS OPPORTUNITY: Right now (July 19 till ?) you can get 1.9% even on the 60 months SIGNATURE LOAN ...and that is offered though BMW Financial serv. In case for some that're not aware: S.Loan means you only need to finance ~1/2 the cost of the vehicle with about 20% downplay - it totally beats the lease options these days if you have a little cash upfront ...especially if you want to keep it for more than a brake-in period:)

    When we placed an order for our X5 it was 2.9% but right before delivery it went down to 1.9% :) (how unusual?)...so with the money saved we've decided to get the 5 year TIRE-RIM full coverage against any damage ..each tire goes for $300+ with no option for repair - it's worth it ...just read the reviews of all the "cry-babies" with run-flats. Another surprise was how fast it was delivered! we placed order on 6/23 and took delivery on 7/24 with 2 miles on the odometer. The new ENGINE-TRANS 300hp/8speed is truly amazing ...it feels like a 5000lb rally-car!
  • sjthomassjthomas Posts: 61
    edited July 2010
    I was planning to get an X5 in the month of december but my current SUV started to have minor issues. I need to change the tires as it is too noisy now. All this will probably be done with in $800. All I want to know is if I buy in December, will the prices paid be cheaper than July? By how much approx?

    Also, if I really want to go for it in any given month, end of the month is probably the best time (may be I am wrong here?) but I may have to special order it for what I want like, say, third row seat. Will I still get a good deal if I sign the papers end of the month but take delivery may be a month later?

    Suggestions?
    Appreciate your help.
    Steve.
  • ukwildcatukwildcat Posts: 1
    Sorry for the late reply, but I've just been through this myself.

    I've owned two different Lexus vehicles in the last oh.. 8 years.
    First an RX. Very girly - yuck! That's what I get for trying to be practical.
    Then I got a much manlier GX470, which I loved, but good lord - it's sooooo boring.

    I was eagerly awaiting the redesign - the GX460 - and when it came, well.. I guess I liked it, but I kept going back to look at it thinking "Well, it's nice, but it's really just.. a pretty coat of paint on the same old thing." All those years, I just assumed I'd buy another Lexus, but it just didn't strike me as "yes! I must spend $60K+ on this now!" Nope. Far from it. It had all kinds of little things I didn't like. Don't even get me started about the tailgate.

    And at 35, I can't believe I have such a BORING car. I always prided myself that it was a "practical" (insomuch as a luxury car can ever really be "practical") car, never broke, no problems, etc. So I decided to shop around this time.

    I looked at the MDX. Yeah, it was nice, and lots of people at work have them and love them. The price was actually very attractive - it was by far the CHEAPEST one I looked at - but price wasn't really my objective.

    For grins, I even looked at Toyotas. The 4Runner (that the GX is loosely based on) inspection went like "Hmm" .

    I looked at FORDS! FORDS!!! The 2010 Explorer (yes, I've seen the media stuff on the 2011 model) was unchanged from my college days, save some newer features, and it still rides like a log wagon. The Expedition was actually an improvement, but I don't really need a big minivan, thanks.

    Looked at the new Porsche Cayenne. Not really my taste, and then when he told me the tires are like rubber bands and a brake job costs $2400 I told him "thanks for your time" and walked right over to the Audi dealer.

    I was actually looking forward to the Q7. It was not quite as comfortable as I expected, and I noticed immediately that forward, side and rear visibility was poor. It has some interesting gadgets - and I really always rather liked the Audi cabin design, so we took it for a drive. I hit the gas and it does.. almost nothing. It handled like a drunken monkey and even its gadgets seemed pretty rough on the edges.

    Last one on the list was the X5. I loved it. Immediately. Yes, this one. Please. Good GOD don't make me go back to the other ones!!

    Had to order it. I'll pick it up at the factory. I've read the manual. Twice.

    I hate waiting.
  • nyinjanyinja Posts: 10
    edited July 2010
    Thanks for the info/help all.

    I decided to go w/ the HUD as I am bringing the X5 to Japan where the speed limits (though mostly ignored) are very low - and in KPH. My hope is that the HUD will display KPH because it's hard to read the inner KPH readings on the speedometer. This machine is so smooth I know it'll get away from me if I'm not watching the speed closely (which means goodbye to my Maui Jim's I guess!!) :shades:

    Still hoping for confirmation if the HUD will show KPH or not. Anyone try yet??

    I agree the Oyster is by far the best looking, especially w/ the Space Gray that I went with. But after the heat this month I decided to go w/ the beige ventilated seat package; which unfortunately only comes in beige or black.

    Took the advice on the 3rd row and nixed that, but pretty much got every other option....final price about ~$60K (about $7K under MSRP) :shades: Now I just have to wait a couple months for delivery! :mad:
  • lokyloky Posts: 1
    We ordered 2011 X5 35d for 55K after eco credit. It comes with Premium, Tech, 3rd row, cold weather and rear climate packages. We also added running boards and Roof Rails. We are told to wait for 6-8 weeks to deliver the vehicle. Is this a decent price/waiting time?
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