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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • x5x5x5x5 Posts: 2
    Hi bimmervoy,
    I am in North Jersey too and planning to do almost exactly what you did, could you please give me more details about your deal. What is the end price you have to pay, is your tax included in the total financing, are you paying exactly $500, is the rate 1.99 %? I know it is too many questions but it would be great if I can go to the dealer with some real numbers. Thanks in advance.
  • zguzgu Posts: 10
    BMW 2011 X5 35i premium with convenience package, technology package, 3rd row seat, MSRP $59,725, invoice $55,545, dealer offer $55,945 + tax etc.

    Can I get any better deal?
  • x5x5x5x5 Posts: 2
    Where are you located?
  • I'm about to bit the bullet and purchase my first BMW. It's a CPO 2008 X5 fully loaded and I mean fully, has everything including rear entertainment. Only thing that's bugging me is that the mileage is 37K and they are selling it to me for $45,000. Is this a good deal?? or should I look into getting a newer one with less mileage?? Any advice would be appreciated. I am suppose to go in tomorrow with my check in hand. BTW. the interest rate they are giving me is 5.9% and i'm putting $25,000 down.
  • hchambershchambers Posts: 1
    edited August 2010
    I've been reading these posts and am still wondering how much off MSRP one can negotiate on X5 premium. When I build it online the MSRP is $60,175, how low can I get a dealer in the Houston area to go? Is is better to negotiate this part first and then my trade in???
  • zheckszhecks Posts: 34
    I just bought mine MSRP at $60,025 for $56,500 (~$800 over invoice). I saw someone paid $400 above invoice on this board. So, it should be around $56K-56.1K. You can find out the invoice price by checking kbb.com.

    I would do the deal separately (negotiate the new car first, then the trade-in). else the dealership will ding you one way or the other by playing the #s game. they can make it look so good on paper but you end up paying $2K more. for Trade-in, check kbb.come for a fair value of your car. if you can get what kbb.com states, you are getting a good deal (usually, the market value is slightly lower).
  • Yes! any were from 3 to 4000.00 under invoice is good.
    BMW has 10% of room to play with.
  • sjthomassjthomas Posts: 61
    I guess you meant 3K - 4K less than MSRP. Right? Not Invoice.
  • Just picked up on 8/13 in the SF bay area. Paid $58,115 for a vehicle that has an MSRP of $67,275. Plus platinum BMW extended warranty for $4880. The vehicle was built to order.
  • wow, you got a great deal. how much over invoice price did you pay? what did you get with the car?
  • emedwayemedway Posts: 17
    Packages: technology, cold weather, convenience
    Option: rear heated seat
    Accessories: all-weather mats, cargo liner. (Note: cargo cover is a $700 dealer-installed accessory, not standard as in prior years, as cited in other posts; I decided it was unnecessary, so asked for liner instead.)
    MSRP: $59,275, excluding accessories pricing, which they "threw in"
    Sell price: $55,000 (before tax/registration) after $1,000 BMW America credit for test driving an X5 during Ultimate Driving Event at local dealer a couple of months ago
    Location: MA
    Trade-in: none
    Buy/lease: buy, and probably take advantage of 0.9% financing for 24 months
    Comments: very few X5's on MA dealers' lots, so had one ordered. Expect delivery in about 8 weeks or less. Without the $1,000 credit, deal was probably so-so, based on other posts, though I'm very curious about the particulars of the deal cited in post #1614.
  • emedwayemedway Posts: 17
    Sounds like you did well and are satisfied. I'm happy for you. Since it appears to be head and shoulders better than any other pricing posted here, please help the rest of us with more details. Was it a premium trim line? What specific options/packages are included? Did you lease, and if so, what lease terms were included? Did you have a trade-in, and if so, what make/model/trim/year/condition? In what state are you located? Since you ordered it, sounds like it wasn't a demo. What is included in the platinum BMW extended warranty for $4,880? On the BMW website, an accessory is extended maintenance covering an additional 2 years or 50,000 miles (total 6 years, 100,000 miles) for an MSRP of $2,295. Does 'platinum' cover more or go longer?

    thanks
  • jhabrejhabre Posts: 16
    I'm taking delivery tomorrow on a 2011 X5 35d. Here is my deal, I am in the Philadelphia, PA area:

    Premium Package
    Technology Package
    Sport Activity Package
    Cold Weather Package
    Rear Climate Package
    iPod and USB Adapter
    Multi-contour seats
    Sirius Satellite Radio
    Running Boards
    Space-Saver Spare Tire

    MSRP: $64,525 Sale Price: $60,421.95 - $4500 Eco Credit = $55,921.95
    OTD: $59,609 includes floor mats & wheel locks

    I think I got a good deal, $500 over invoice before the eco-credit.
  • nyinjanyinja Posts: 10
    Sounds like BMW is starting to bargain a bit.......

    I just ordered a 2011 X5 Sport Activity for CA delivery with:

    Convenience Package
    Technology Package
    Active Ventilated Seat Package w/ Multi-contour seats
    Heads-up Display
    Cold Weather Package
    Heated Rear Seats
    Premium Hi-Fi
    iPod and USB Adapter
    Running Boards
    Side-view Camera
    Space-Saver Spare Tire

    MSRP: $67K+
    OTD: $59,700
  • You got a great deal too! how much over invoice did you pay? I got this, now I'm beginning to feel as if I could do better. the CA is charging $500 over invoice.

    --Price MSRP $62,575
    --Charging me $58,540 before taxes
  • I paid $850 over invoice (this includes the stupid MACO fee of $600) BEFORE the ECO credit was applied. So if you exclude MACO, $250 over invoice for a made-to-order vehicle! Great deal, I think. If you're in the market, lemme know.

    Sparkling Bronze with black Nevada leather
    Comfort Access system
    Running boards
    Roof racks
    Dark Bamboo wood trim
    3rd row seat
    Sport Activity Package

    * Sport Package
    * Anthracite headliner
    * Sports leather steering wheel
    * Sport Suspension delete
    * Adaptive Drive
    * Sport seats
    * Multi-contour seats
    * Shadowline exterior trim

    Cold Weather Package

    * Heated front seats
    * Ski bag
    * Heated Steering Wheel
    * Retractable headlight washers

    Premium Package

    * Auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors
    * Digital compass mirror
    * Storage package
    * Power adjustable steering column
    * Universal garage-door opener
    * Ambiance lighting
    * BMW Assist with Bluetooth
    * Lumbar support
    * Power tailgate

    Premium Sound Package

    * iPod and USB adapter
    * Premium hi-fi system
    * Satellite radio with 1 year subscription

    Rear Climate Package

    * Privacy glass
    * Rear manual side window shades
    * 4-zone automatic climate control

    Technology Package

    * Voice-command
    * Navigation system
    * Park Distance Control
    * Real Time Traffic Information
    * Rear View Camera with Top View
  • First of all, I should've been clear on the trim -- it's a diesel. I purchased it (no lease) and took advantage of BMW financing at 2.9% for 60 months. I did not have any trade-in vehicle. The X5 was built to order. I still think my deal was the best one I have seen posted (over $9K off the MSRP, $10K off if you include the warranty price).

    I am in Silicon Valley.

    The Platinum EVP Program is for extending the standard factory warranty. What you're referring to (on the BMW website) is an extended maintenance contract. These are two different things. My bigger concern was having warranty coverage for the vehicle over having maintenance paid for after the first 4 years. Make sense?

    My vehicle had:

    Sparkling bronze with Nevada leather interior
    Comfort Access system
    Running boards
    Dark Bamboo wood trim
    3rd row seat
    Sport Activity Package

    * Sport Package
    * Anthracite headliner
    * Sports leather steering wheel
    * Sport Suspension delete
    * Adaptive Drive
    * Sport seats
    * Multi-contour seats
    * Shadowline exterior trim

    Cold Weather Package

    * Heated front seats
    * Ski bag
    * Heated Steering Wheel
    * Retractable headlight washers

    Premium Package

    * Auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors
    * Digital compass mirror
    * Storage package
    * Power adjustable steering column
    * Universal garage-door opener
    * Ambiance lighting
    * BMW Assist with Bluetooth
    * Lumbar support
    * Power tailgate

    Premium Sound Package

    * iPod and USB adapter
    * Premium hi-fi system
    * Satellite radio with 1 year subscription

    Rear Climate Package

    * Privacy glass
    * Rear manual side window shades
    * 4-zone automatic climate control

    Technology Package

    * Voice-command
    * Navigation system
    * Park Distance Control
    * Real Time Traffic Information
    * Rear View Camera with Top View
  • akrca4akrca4 Posts: 3
    Sounds like exactly what I am looking for, could you tell me which dealer in CA you ordered your car from? Thanks.
  • bmwgal3bmwgal3 Posts: 13
    I live in SF Bay Area and am very interested in finding out where you got that great deal. I have test driven the x5, and a 2009 X5 diesel. I've read the 2011 diesels are smoother driving. Anyway, please tell me the dealer/sales person...so I can narrow my focus a bit. I'm looking to buy in the next month.

    Also, the dealer didn't tell me about the eco credit....did you have to negotiate that? I thought there was only an $1800 tax break for buying the diesel??

    Thanks!
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