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2013 and earlier BMW X3 Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • mikereynomikereyno Posts: 8
    I was actually able to qualify for the $300 towards first payment by getting the ultimate driving machine app, so in effect reducing price another $300.
  • Hi gauravgulati,

    I'm also in Green Bay and just looking for some contact info (better yet an introduction) to the salesmen you used in Appleton. Sounds like you did your homework and then used the internet to get a few "Best offer" quotes. Followed by running those quotes past the appleton dealer to see if they would match? I bet you just felt more comfortable dealing with a dealer closer to GB. I kind of feel that way myself. I'm just starting to look and research but would like to know who you finally used down there. Wondering if there is a way on this forum to talk directly? New to this site & forum.

    Thanks for your help!
  • tom7716tom7716 Posts: 1
    edited July 2012
    Hi guys,

    My parents are in the market for a brand NEW BMW X3 2013. After doing some research, I would like to ask board for the opinion.

    Here is what they are looking at
    BMW X3 28i 2013
    Vermilion Red Metallic
    Oyster Nevada Leather
    with Cold Weather package
    Premium Package
    Premium Sound Package
    Technology Package

    MSRP $48,795
    Dealer offered this car for $44,583 which includes $1000 BMW Olympic event coupon
    This does not include the doc fee and all other charges such as DMV and tax.

    Is this a good deal? Thank you for everyone's help.
  • rshe8958rshe8958 Posts: 4
    Just ordered an X3 2.8 to lease.

    Prem Pkg, Cold Weather pkg, Conv. pkg, bluetooth,
    Titanium silver, black leather
    36 mo/12K MSRP $46K
    Taking advantage of owner loyalty & BMW Drive event rebates $1750

    $0 down, just paid for upfront costs incl 1st payment, tags, titles etc. for about $1700.

    Monthly payment is $579 includes state sales tax.

    Very pleased with the deal especially because it was a custom build order!! Should take 4-6 weeks.
  • sbpwjmsbpwjm Posts: 14
    Hi there!

    You mentioned MSRP but didn't say what the "purchase price" was... was it $46K - $1750 for a "purchase price" of $4250?

    Thanks,
    Scott
  • sbpwjmsbpwjm Posts: 14
    Does anyone know if current MINI ownership qualifies for BMW loyalty rebates?

    If not does BMW do conquest rebates?

    Seems my dealerships are tight lipped on this...
  • radoncgsradoncgs Posts: 58
    sounds like a good deal. Do you know what money factor they used for your lease? thanks.
  • mikereynomikereyno Posts: 8
    The "Loyalty" as it was explained and given to me was based on prior financing going through BMW Financial . So if your lease or financing for the Mini was through BMW you should be eligible
  • pacdecimalpacdecimal Posts: 26
    I'm getting an offer for MSRP $42,845 with selling price of $40,285, which includes the $750.00 loyalty. Making it with .00145 MF, $513.00 per mo plus tax and 59% residual. Looks like $200.00 down and total due at drive off for California being around $1,800.00.

    Looking for a national subsidization of package discount, but it may not happen any time soon.
  • pacdecimalpacdecimal Posts: 26
    Is it me or for California the nearest dealers are in Utah and in Naperville, IL?
  • netizennetizen Posts: 1
    Hi Dan12,

    Can you please share your price from Monterey?
    Thanks!
  • habitat1habitat1 Posts: 4,282
    It may be too late, but did you consider picking up your X3 at the Performance Delivery Center? We custom ordered an X5 and are picking it up September 5. Looks to be a very enjoyable and interesting experience that we will be turning into a mini 3 day vacation.
  • kohinoorkohinoor Posts: 16
    I apologise for posting X1 question here, as there are no active posts there. Just wondering if I can we use $1000 Drive for Team USA Discount for X1.
  • sbpwjmsbpwjm Posts: 14
    You should be fine using it for an X1...

    In case you are interested, here is the fine print:

    * Offer Code 1 can be used towards purchase of MY12 or MY13 models excluding MY13 3 Series xDrive Sedans. Offer Code 2 can be used towards purchase of MY13 328i xDrive Sedan or MY13 335i xDrive Sedan. 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.
  • prashuprashu Posts: 2
    edited August 2012
    Just bought a 2013 BMW X3 28i with MSRP of $41,095 for $38,365 +400 ad fee +180 training fee + 455 doc fee +TLL. Total OTD was $43,700. The only addition was leather and satin rails.

    Is this good deal if not great.
  • prazpraz Posts: 163
    Correction

    MSRP: $41,095 (base+leather+satin rails+destination fee)
    Invoice: $38,465 (includes +$400 ad fee, +$180 training fee)
    Paid: $38,365 + TTL

    Is this a good deal?

    Thanks in advance for your response.
  • jeffreyfujeffreyfu Posts: 8
    edited August 2012
    I think it is a good deal. Generally, $500-$1000 above invoice is good deal. But if you have many dealership in your city, you can get great deal by making counter-offers from multiple dealerships. Also, there are many incentives available to further lower your cost(Team USA, BMWCCA, Loyal Cash, USAA, College Grad...etc)
    For me,
    MSRP: $41,245(Space Gray, convenience and dest)
    Invoice: $38,580(includes $400 MACO/ad fee + $180 training fee).
    Dealer Offer: $38680.
    Paid: 36930 + TTL(using Drive for Team USA($1000) and Loyalty Cash($750) to lower the cost)
  • prazpraz Posts: 163
    Jeff, thanks for your response.

    I knew about the Team USA drive event but at that time I was not thinking of buying one this year so didn't care (my fault) and don't own any BMW currently so could not use Loyalty Cash nor BMWCCA discounts. However, I was told by the dealer that to get USAA discount I need to have USAA car insurance.
  • kohinoorkohinoor Posts: 16
    You may not be eligible for a USAA auto insurance if you not an active duty or ex-military person. But you are eligible for all other insurances which they offer. I tried it but not successful.
  • prazpraz Posts: 163
    @Kohinoor: You are correct. I tried getting home owners insurance few months ago and I could not.

    The only issue with vehicle is that I got "Low Tire" warning day after I bought the vehicle. May be it just needs air or have a flat tire.

    I have also purchased 5-year tire warranty for $900 and ceramic window tint (digicut) for $379. The doc fee was not negotiable at $479.

    The whole buying process was quick and good at BMW North Scottsdale, AZ.
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