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BMW 5-Series Lease Questions

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  • kwopkwop Posts: 4
    edited October 2010
    I am in the market to lease a 2011 535ix. Does anyone know if any discounting off MSRP is going on with this new model yet? Looks like about $1,500 per Edmunds.
    Anybody have anything to share about this?
  • kwopkwop Posts: 4
    How are you getting this info from BMW. I tried to call them and I can't get through to customer service unless I have an active account even if I was a past customer.
  • Car_man,
    What would be the best leasing option for a 550 i with pp2, convenience package and sports package with $4000 down and good credit?
    thanks
    Zena.
  • bmw_528ibmw_528i Posts: 1
    edited October 2010
    If the vehicle you want is parked at the dealership now, you can get about $3000 discount on MSRP.
  • The price is $400 above invoice now via Zag Buying Service for 2011 BMW 535i or 550i (I did not check the 525i). I just received confirmation from dealer here in Atlanta . They will order it too. Just waiting on the lease rates tomorrow based on this pricing below Can anyone tell me now?..Need 36 months 10k miles per year.
    Here is details:
    2011 BMW 535i
    Pricing: MSRP Invoice Base MSRP $50,475 $47,005
    Jet Black Dakota Leather with Dark Wood Trim
    Premium Package $1,800 $1,640
    Premium Package 2 $4,900 $4,460
    Sport Package $2,200 $2,000
    Split fold-down rear-seat $475 $430
    Smartphone Integration $150 $135
    Total MSRP $60,000 Total Invoice: $55,670
    Discount 10/15/2010 -$3,930
    Selling Price: $56,070 $400 over invoice

    How Your Price Works
    Invoice Price: $55,670
    Dealer #1 Price: $400 above Invoice
    ________________________________________
    Your Price: $56,070

    • You are protected at the dealership when you decide to buy a model with different options. Just ask to see the vehicle's invoice price to calculate the purchase price.
    • If you choose additional options, your price relative to Invoice will not change. Additional options are priced at the Invoice Price - not MSRP, so your selling price may change but not your price relative to Invoice.
    • Your Certified Dealer must offer all available incentives off the Invoice price. Your Price includes destination and all other manufacturer fees plus applicable incentives.
    • Your price does not include dealer documentation (processing), tax, DMV, registration, title, license, other government fees, or dealer installed accessories.
  • What are Best new MF and residual for 3yr, 10,000 miles for 2011 535ix
  • What is the current (October 2010) money factor and residual value for 2011 BMW 550i for 3 year lease, 10,000 miles per year. Thanks.
  • Hi buddyluv1. Apparently, according to Edmunds' research, most consumers are paying significantly over invoice for this car right now. TMV is sort of an average selling price more than the best possible price for a particular vehicle. If I was in the market for a 2011 535i right now, I agree with you...I would shoot for a selling price of $1,000 over invoice and see what happens.

    Car_man
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  • Hi kwop. BMW typically does not provide information on vehicles' lease money factors and residual values directly to the general public.

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  • Hi Zena. I would be happy to use BMW's current lease program to work up a sample lease payment on the car that you are interested in for you. I just need you to provide me with its full MSRP and approximate selling price, or at least its MSRP and dealer invoice price first. You can find that pricing data over in the New Vehicle Pricing section of Edmunds.com.

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  • Hi james195. BMW Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 535i xDrive with 10,000 miles per year are .00230 and 62%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers.

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  • Here you go, scottw58. BMW Financial Services' October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 550i Sedan with 10,000 miles per year are .00230 and 58%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers.

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  • scottw58scottw58 Posts: 38
    edited October 2010
    Thank you so much Carman! I've already negotiated the selling price with Atlanta Dealer to $400 over invoice on ordering this. Just want to make sure they don't screw me converting to a lease. I just used a online lease calculator for numbers below. Do the lease numbers look correct? What to make sure calculator works correctly. Thanks.
    2011 550i RWD
    Black Sapphire Metallic
    Black Dakota Leather
    Premium Package
    Premium Package 2
    Sport Package
    Split fold-down rear-seat
    Smartphone Integration
    Total MSRP $66,200
    Invoice: $61,415
    Selling Price: $61,815
    Adjusted Cap Cost $63,039 (Added Doc fee and Acquisition Fee)

    Lease $982 per month (10k miles per year, 36 months term, Lease payments include sales tax (7%).

    $2,014 down (DMV Fees, $982 is fully refundable security deposit - $350 disposition fee)

    MSD Lease 2011 BMW 550i (7 Security Deposits)
    $929 per month (10k miles per year, 36 months term, Lease payments include sales tax (7%)
    $7,481 down (DMV Fees, $6,502 is fully refundable 7 security deposits -$350 disposition fee)
    Assumptions:
    Money Factor .00230 and
    Residuals Value: 58%
    Lease payments include sales tax (7%)
    36 month lease
    10,000 miles per year
    MSD = Multiple Security Deposits
    Acquisition Fee ($725) & Documentation Fees ($499) included in lease price
    Down payment is first month payment and security deposit(s)

    After this I'm going to make a decision between the BMW (535/or 550) and Infiniti M56. Infiniti Lease rates and MSD seems a lot better.
  • siccesicce Posts: 11
    The spec's are:
    535i
    Black Metallic
    Dakota Leather
    Driver Assistance Pkg
    Premium Pkg
    Premium 2 Pkg
    Sport Pkg
    Auto
    MSRP $61,675

    Based on $0 down, 3Yr lease, 12K miles

    Thanks
    Aix
  • To sicce
    $400 over invoice I negotiated yesterday at United BMW in Atlanta for similar car. I can give you sales reps name if you want. That is standard deal, don't pay anymore. You may do better. MF .00230. RV 61%. After test driving the new 2011 M57 yesterday. I just purchased it instead...I just liked it a lot better. Better reliability and more room in rear seat. I ended up at 1,100 under invoice..Better lease rates too. Thanks all for your help here. Good Luck
  • siccesicce Posts: 11
    scott,
    Can you tell me what the invoice is, I am going to talk to United BMW at the weekend.
    Also which rep did you deal with.

    Thanks
    Sicce
  • scottw58scottw58 Posts: 38
    edited October 2010
    Sicce,
    Tolli at United BMW Gwinnett.
    2011 BMW 550i

    Pricing:
    Invoice $56,300
    Black Sapphire Metallic standard on 550i
    Black Dakota Leather with Dark Wood Trim

    Premium Package (standard on 550i)
    Premium Package 2 $2,550
    Sport Package $2,000
    Split fold-down rear-seat $430
    Smartphone Integration $135
    Total Invoice $61,415
    $400
    Selling Price: $61,815 over invoice

    Tell her I sent you but be nice to her! LOL.. I've bought a few cars from her in past. thanks. She was disapointed that I went with Infiniti M56.
  • siccesicce Posts: 11
    Scott,
    I am looking at a 535 not 550, can you tell me what the invoice of the 535 is please.

    Thanks
    Sicce
  • Whoops Sorry. I was looking at 535i first..then I test drove 550i. Warning just don't test drive the 550i! LOL..

    Here you go:
    2011 BMW 535i Invoice

    Base Invoice $47,005
    Black Sapphire Metallic $500
    Dakota Leather $0
    Premium Package: $1,640
    Premium Package 2 $4,460
    Sport Package: $2,000
    Drivers Assistance Package: $1,595
    Total MSRP: $61,675
    Total Invoice: $57,200
    Selling Price: $57,600 $400 over invoice
  • siccesicce Posts: 11
    Scott,
    Here is what I got offered by the dealer: Is this a good deal on a stock car.

    535i
    Convenience pack
    Sport Pack
    Premium Pack 1
    Premium Pack 2
    Graphite Paint
    Sport Auto Trans

    MSRP: $62,125
    Offered for $58,125

    Lease 3yr / 12K / $0 down / payment $867.32/month incl. Tax.

    What do you think?

    Regards
    Sicce
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