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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • beemer12beemer12 Posts: 1
    edited August 2010
    How did you get 2.9% for 60 months? All of the Bay Area dealers I called told me the 2 diesel models are 4.9% APR for up to 60 Months (verified on the BMW website).
  • Why don't you give me your email and I can send you the contact information if you're a serious buyer.

    If the dealer isn't telling you about the ECO credit, they're being a bit slimy. Its $4500 off either of the diesel vehicles. It is subject to expiring so you should check the BMW web site or call around to confirm. In addition, the $1800 tax credit is also available but that is recouped when you file your taxes. The ECO credit is essentially discount off the vehicle price at time of sale.

    The new 2011 diesel is much smoother riding than the 2009/2010. It is also a bit quieter,
  • I locked in my financing before July 31 when the lower rate expired. The offers change every month so I wouldn't be surprised if it came back some time soon.
  • zguzgu Posts: 10
    What is the invoice price and APR? Can you tell me which dealer you ordered from? Thanks
  • I've been back and forth with a few dealers. This is the best I've come up with. Need to know if this is "the deal" to go with :

    Convenience Pkg
    Technology Pkg
    3rd Row Seating
    heated front seats
    multi contour seats
    rear entertainment
    running boards
    Satellite radio

    MSRP: $63,875
    Selling Price: $59,225

    Good deal or keep shopping? Also I left a deposit at a bmw dealership, if I decide to go with this deal they have to give back the deposit right? have you heard of them keeping people's deposits?
  • You should be able to do better than that. Does the $4500 ECO credit also apply or is it included?
  • I'm not getting the diesel. I'm getting the premium x5 35i. I think the eco credit is for those that are getting the diesel.
  • cabluecablue Posts: 48
    Why aren't you going for the diesel?
  • I am interested in buying X5 35d before month-end. Please let me know the name of the dealer where u got the awesome deals. thanks.
  • desiboysfdesiboysf Posts: 7
    edited August 2010
    Send me an email and I can provide. desiboysf at
  • z_bellez_belle Posts: 1
    I would greatly appreciate any input on this quote! I'm a woman so it seems a little more challenging. :blush: I'm in northern NJ. All comments welcome! Many many thanks!!!!!!

    MSRP $61475
    Agreed price $54200
    Monthly lease amount $695 for 30 months
    Residual: 0.64
    Money Factor: 0.00210
    Cap Cost Reduction: $0

    Due at signing $4463 (sales tax, doc fees, 1st payment, security deposit $725, disposition fee)

    A68 Platinum Gray Metallic
    LUEZ Leather Nevada Cinnamon Brown

    ZCW Cold Weather Package
    ZPP Premium Package
    ZRC Rear Climate Package
    ZTP Technology Package
    300 Space-saver spare
    328 Running boards
    386 Roof rails
    431 Auto-dimming rearview mirror
    4AZ Dark Bamboo wood trim
    655 Satellite radio 1 year subscription
    6FL iPod and USP Adapter
  • Time to swap my wife's 2000 X5 with a new one. Initially, focused my search on the new 2011 X5 premium; however, after reading all the comments on this forum (and others), decided to test drive the 2011 X5 diesel. Loved it. Unfortunately, it appears that I'm not the only one shopping for diesels. Demand far outstrips supply. Have exchanged messages with 3 dealerships and they are all quoting me close to MSRP (before eco credit). None of them have any diesels in stock.

    Also, the $4500 eco credit officially expires must place your order today. Having said that, BMW has extended the eco credit several times and I'm certainly hoping they will do so again.

    Thank you desiboysf for the email exchange last night. I'm Dallas-based...if anyone is seeing better offers here locally, please advise.
  • 00boxsters00boxsters Posts: 202
    I remember last August 31st (2009) and scrambling to get my order in before the eco credit expired.....

    If demand is that high then this could be the 10th and final time it expires however.
  • Autocrazy, I have been dealing with a dealer in the DFW area willing to custom order a X5d for me with the following details:
    - Msrp - $61,575
    - Selling Price - $55,575
    - No deposit required if leased
    - Lease - 42 months at 15k per year - $916/mo.
    - Owner's Choice - 42 months at 15k per year - $890.06
    This included all the credits, etc. I am working with him to sell me at $500 over invoice, and he is a bit hesitant, but may agree...

    If you are interested in talking to him, let me know and I will pass on the info...
  • Thanks sunnyvali, much appreciated. I've received two local offers of $5500 off MSRP. This includes the $4500 eco-credit. In other words, $1000 off MSRP before the incentives are added. Which translates to about $500-800 over invoice. Desiboysf got about $4000 off MSRP before eco-credit (for a total of about $8500 off MSRP). I spoke with Desiboysf Client/Sales advisor in California; however they do not do out-of-state deliveries and more importantly, I would have to pay california state taxes and then ship the car to Dallas. So, unlikely to go down that route.

    I also spoke to a couple of other dealers - including one in Austin...unwilling to give anything more than the eco-credit. Clearly, demand far outstrips supply here. Will keep looking. Might go for a pre-owned 2010 to keep the price within my budget.

    Lets hope that BMW extends the eco-credit. Here is an excellent posting on another forum with more details on the eco-credit and the tax implications. (bimmerfest - thread 403497)

    Happy searching everyone !!
  • Autocrazy, perhaps we can both team up and order 2 cars from the same dealer... I am sure they will be excited to give us as much discount as possible to make the deal.... Let me know.
  • autocrazyautocrazy Posts: 16
    edited September 2010
    Happy to discuss this further. what is your email address?
  • here it is sunnyvali at yahoo . com
  • autocrazyautocrazy Posts: 16
    edited September 2010
    Dealer confirmed today that the $4500 eco credit on the X5 diesel and 335d BMWs has been extended by BMW.

    Plus BMW is offering 0.9% for 24 months...if you choose to finance the purchase through them.
  • Just picked up my new X5 3.0d and am mighty thrilled. Had a question about the tire and wheel warranty. They offered it to me for $1,500 for 4 years, it was a "special" rate as the normal cost is about 2 grand. Of course they try to convince you that it is worth it and will pay for itself if used even once. I had to decide then and there (hate when they put such pressure on you). However, I was told that I can cancel within a month. So my question - is it worth it? I looked elsewhere in this and other forums but couldn't find a satisfactory answer. I live in NY and we do have a fair share of potholes and bad roads but not excessive. Tires can get go flat but I have not heard of rims getting damaged so much that they need warranty. Thanks.
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