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2013 and earlier BMW X3 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • shin2sxshin2sx Posts: 2
    Ordered this last night

    -Carbon Black / Mojave interior
    -Premium Pack
    -Cold Weather Pack I / II
    -Convenience Pack
    -Technology Pack
    -M Sport Pack

    MSRP: 52,045
    Invoice: 47,825
    Price: 48,353 - 1000 (drive for team USA discount) = 47,353.

    around 9% off MSRP.

    after tax tag doc fee, I got 49,100 OTD. Pretty good price I thought.
  • mroctobermroctober Posts: 7
    What's the sales tax in your state? with CA sales tax 8.75% the deal looks ok for top tier credit and absolutely 0 out the door (1st pmt, acquisition fee, ttl, misc).

    If you can find another acceptable alternative at another dealership and ready to walk away from this deal, I would say it's not hard to go $10~15/mo. lower.

    Happy deal'n
  • jremorejremore Posts: 1
    I'm in NE CT and am willing to travel to MA, RI, etc to find the best deal. Any recommendations? The 2 dealers I have been to are only willing to go 5% below MSRP and I think I can do 7%.

    I've been working off of dealer invoice from cars.com, but the dealer always has their additional advertising, etc fees they want to include.
  • I have 2012 BMW X3 xDrive28i with 3,700 miles on it offered for 33K. Not many options other than sunroof. Is it a good deal?
  • curious about the BMW Drive USA incentive .

    is that apply to anyone? or just whoever got the letter?
  • We are trying to buy this 2013 X3 28i by the end of this month

    Jet Black
    Premium Package
    Convienience Package
    Technology Package
    Heated Front seats
    BMW APP
    Satin Aluminum Roof Rail

    MSRP 48345

    Dealer gimme this finally selling price 46025

    with CA's sales tax it would be 50165 OTD price

    How's this deal?

    PS: If this is not working out. I want to order the carbon black color

    is the M sport package worth it?
  • philliniphillini Posts: 5
    I went to the webpage and signed up, having lost the letter from many months before. I was able to choose the location and time. Got a confirmation email with a day or two. Driving in the event this Saturday (6/23/2012).
  • myxmyx Posts: 1
    love my M package. Seats are nicer and better steering wheel. Plus the 19in rims look good. My problem is that I only have had it 3 weeks and this is the third time it has been in the dealership for loud noisy engine. sounds like a diesel. BMW are trying to tell me that this is normal.
  • shin2sxshin2sx Posts: 2
    My msrp was 52045. my purchase price was 47500 - 1000 drive team USA event..

    my otd was 48300 at the end..

    But my sales tax in VA is 3%.. compared to CA tax..
    I think you have more room to negotiate definitely.. I'd try to go below invoice..
  • stactumstactum Posts: 39
    It is normal. Mine sounds kind of like diesel on idle. Check more on check X Bimmers Forum, but it is what it is.
  • jasonmdbmwjasonmdbmw Posts: 117
    It is normal that it sounds like a diesel. Many publications have also stated the same thing about the engine sound
  • philliniphillini Posts: 5
    For those wondering about what the BMW Drive Event consists of, I wanted to share my experience that occurred on June 23, 2012 at BMW of Peoria. We arrived at the event a little early and proceeded to the registration area. Check-in was an extremely easy, fast and painless experience. Any driver has to provide a valid drivers license. Even though we were early, the car we registered to drive was available so we started the drive almost immediately after we arrived. They provided us with directions for a course with some different roads that was fairly scenic and my wife and I drove without any BMW staff in the vehicle. The course was about 17 miles and took about 25 minutes.

    I had already driven a BMW X3, but this was a nice reminder of what the vehicle was capable of. When we returned they handed us an iPad and asked us to answer some questions. They were easy, I gave them the most positive marks on every one and that process was over in about 2 minutes. We got a gift bag with a hat and some coupons and were told that we would receive our $1,000 purchase voucher in the mail in less than a week.

    The language in the email states "Offer not valid for vehicles delivered prior to event attendance or customer orders placed prior to event attendance." I assumed this excluded cars already in the dealer inventory, but was told by the event staff and employees from that dealership that this was the case. You just can't apply the discount to a vehicle you already purchased or ordered.

    You also had the opportunity to meet an Olympic athlete in attendance, but we were in a hurry and didn't bother. I would certainly recommend the event to anyone who is considering a BMW that they intend to purchase by October 31, 2012.
  • philliniphillini Posts: 5
    I assumed this excluded cars already in the dealer inventory, but was told by the event staff and employees from that dealership that this was NOT the case. You just can't apply the discount to a vehicle you already purchased or ordered.
  • casccasc Posts: 1
    I too had my X3 M for 3 weeks and it started having to go in for loud engine and then throwing codes. They too tried to tell me that it was normal...so how come it didn't sound like this when I first got it?? Then it thew a chassis code which they pawned off on to a battery drain (it's a new battery,..really) back in. Then it threw an emissions code. Suddenly they agreed the X had a vacuum leak somewhere but it would take a 10K tool to diagnosis it. Then 2 days later suddenly it was just a computer glitch. Do I look stupid??
    I think BMW's pat answer is tell the customer that its normal and maybe they will go away. Current my X has been in the dealership more than I have had it at home and Corporate is involved. :mad:
  • mikereynomikereyno Posts: 8
    Does the certificate for $1000 need to be used at the dealership where the drive was made or can it be used anywhere?
  • kyfdx@Edmundskyfdx@Edmunds Posts: 25,970
    I think you can use it at any BMW dealer...

    BMW Drive for Team USA Allowance is available on all new 2012 and 2013 BMW models and can only be redeemed by individuals who participate in a scheduled BMW Drive for Team USA event and is non-transferable. The offer is valid from April 17, 2012 through October 31, 2012 on the lease or purchase of all eligible models except 2012 3 Series xDrive Sedans. The allowance on 2012 3 Series xDrive Sedans is valid until January 2, 2013. Offer may be redeemed at an authorized BMW Center for Stateside (U.S.) delivery only and cannot be used for European delivery. Offer not valid for vehicles delivered prior to event attendance or customer orders placed prior event attendance. This offer may only be combined with certain eligible offers available at the time of delivery. Offer cannot be used for tax, title, registration, destination or other dealership fees. Some restrictions apply; see an authorized BMW center for details.

    Moderator - Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • philliniphillini Posts: 5
    You can use it at any dealer. I drove two hours to an event because it was on the weekend, then just used it yesterday at my local BMW dealer to order a vehicle.
  • rshe8958rshe8958 Posts: 4
    Has anyone used a discount leasing broker before? I've contacted 2 and received the same monthly lease price - $610. My local dealer tells me he can't touch that price, he comes in at $670.

    2013 X3 2.8, silver, beige interior
    prem pkg.
    conv. pkg
    cold weather pkg.

    36 mo/10K miles, $0 down, 1st month, tags, dealer fee, reg up front. Tax included in monthly payment (6.35%)
  • johnva1johnva1 Posts: 1
    Here is the price I paid for the 2013 X3 28i.

    Features
    Alpine White, Beige Leatherette, Convenience package, Cold weather package.

    Invoice price (from Costcoauto) - $38,135
    Price quoted by dealer - $38,185 ($50 over invoice - no training fee or other gimmicks)
    BMW drive for USA discount - $1000
    Final price - $37,185

    Documentation fee - $200
    Tags for 2 years (VA) - $147
    Tax (VA - 3%) - $1115

    Total - $38,653
  • mikereynomikereyno Posts: 8
    edited July 2012
    My wife's lease on another brand SUV is running out in September and she wanted to "buy" her next vehicle and decided on the X3. I have owned a 525 for a number of years and that loyalty helped in the deal. We negotiated and placed an order last night on the following:

    2013 x28i
    Vermillion Red Metallic
    Sand Beige Nevada Leather
    Cold Weather Package
    Premium Package
    Premium Sound Package
    Comfort Access keyless entry
    Roof Rails in Aluminum Satin
    Destination

    MSRP - $45,795
    Edmunds TMV for here in central NJ - $44,446
    Invoice listed on Edmunds site - $42,140

    took advantage of:
    $1000 BMW Drive USA
    $750 Loyalty rebate

    Total $42,000+ttl
    Total off MSRP - 8.3%
    :)
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