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2013 and earlier BMW 7-Series Lease Questions



  • On Edmunds, an incentive I haven't seen yet has appeared, $3500 holiday money. The deal is listed as follows:

    Leasing Incentive 1

    Requirements and Restrictions:
    •Down Payment: $3,500
    •Security Deposit: $0
    •Lease Cash: $4,250
    •Annual Mileage: 10,000
    •Loyalty Lease is based on the 2013 740i. MSRP as equipped is $74,195. $2,625 Dealer contribution and $4,250 Lease Cash are required for the $809 monthly payment. Lease Cash includes $750 (Loyalty Bonus Cash) and $3,500 (Holiday Bonus Cash). $5,034 due at signing. Tax, tags and insurance are extra. Must finance through BMW Financial Services.

    I didn't check about the continued M package, but I am almost positive that it will be a continuing incentive (btw - it doesn't really cost them more). Also, the interest rates continue to be 3.29%, which I will assume based on this number that the lease/money factor is .00137 (3.29/2400) and is thus not changed from last month.

    So, we got a new incentive. Let's see if we get another one during 1st week of Dec. GL!
  • Apparently the program is out - $3500 cash, .00125 MF but 55% residual on 10K - this was 58% earlier
  • yes123yes123 Posts: 11
    just got the following quote on a 2013 750 li x drive:

    2013 BMW 750Li xDrive Sedan

    Exterior Color

    Dark Graphite Metallic II

    Interior Color

    Black Nappa Leather




    137I 750Lxi

    B90 Dark Graphite Metallic II

    NASW Black Nappa Leather

    ZCW Cold Weather Package

    248 Heated Steering Wheel

    464 Ski bag

    496 Heated rear seats

    ZEC Executive Package

    415 Power rear sunshade

    416 Power rear sunshade with rear manual side w...

    453 Front ventilated seats

    4ND Instrument panel with leather finish

    4U1 Ceramic Controls

    610 Head-up Display

    6NF Smartphone Integration

    6NR BMW Apps

    ZLP Lighting Package

    552 Full LED Lights

    5AC Automatic high beams

    ZMP M Sport Package

    760 Shadowline exterior trim

    7MP Sport Package

    2NG 19" M light alloy V-spoke style 302-withall...

    710 M steering wheel

    715 Aerodynamic kit

    775 Anthracite headliner

    840 Increased top speed limiter

    1CA CO2 relevant vehicles

    4CA Ash Grain Wood trim

    6AA BMW TeleServices


    BMW FS




    36 Months

    Miles per year:

    10,000 miles/year

    Tax State:


    Monthly Payment:

    Total Due at Delivery:

    $6,311.51 includes 7.375% Sales Tax
  • Do you expect any improvement on this deal for December, considering all factors incl lower a residual, improved MF, additional option $, etc... ?
  • yes123yes123 Posts: 11
    Hi Carman. Can you help. The dealer is trying to get me to take a car in stock rather than order to my liking. He says that if I take a car that has the M package (which I do want) and is built before august that it is a better deal because the MSRP is higher. He says this is because if it is built after august their is a credit on the window sticker for the M package thus bringing down the MSRP which affects the residual and thus the monthly lease price.

    I have used a car lease calculator and the monthly payment stays the same regardless if the MSRP is higher or reduced for the M package credit.


    I'd rather order the color I like rather than settle.
  • Hi yes123. Dealers usually try to steer consumers towards units that they have in stock and away from ordering vehicles. There's a number of reasons for this, including getting a vehicle that they are paying floorplan interest on out of their ASAP plus as the old saying goes a bird in hand is worth two in the bush. Dealers would rather finalize a deal now than wait on an ordered vehicle and risk having it fall apart.

    How much more per month are they trying to charge you for an ordered car than one that's in stock? On an expensive car like this, I personally think that it's silly to settle for a color that you don't want for a few dollars per month. Perhaps you could visit another dealer or two to see if they have the exact car and color combination that you want in stock.

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  • Hi CarMan,
    Do you have the most updated rates and money factor for a 2013 750i xDrive? If so, please post with 12K and 15K miles.

    Also, do you if the holiday cash can be combined with other incentives?

  • Hi Carman and others

    I am looking to lease a 2012 BMW 750 LI xdrive 2012 . The best offer i have found is $899 for 36-month and following specs:

    includes Cold Weather Pkg, Luxury Seating Package, 19" wheels Sat Radio, Fine Line High Gloss Wood Trim and more. BMW FS lease with approved credit, $4500 cap cost reduction, 1st, lic, title, acq, tax and doc due at signing. Includes Owner Loyalty. Please see dealer for details.

    Do you think this is a good deal. What do I need ask the dealer when negotiating this deal

  • Hi, can someone please respond, any feedback or advice on my previous post
  • Hi rr4mywife. BMW Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 750i xDrive with 15,000 miles per year are .00125 and 53% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers.

    The residual value for a lease with only 12,000 miles per year would be 2% higher.

    There is a $3,500 holiday cash incentive available on this car right now. It can be combined with $750 owner loyalty cash and the free M Sport Package offers.

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  • Hi riz3216. The easiest way to evaluate this deal would be to look at this car's MSRP and selling price. Do you have these figures? The selling prices of leased vehicles are negotiable, just as if you were paying cash for or financing them. Without these numbers it is more difficult to tell how large a dealer discount you are being given and in turn if there is any room left to negotiate.

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  • That appears to be a great lease price. Why am I paying $1400 plus for 3 years on a 2011 750 LI with mileage, I believe, to be a 12,500 a year.
    And how long should I wait to go into a new 2013 when this lease not ending until early fall.
  • My car is finally here - A 750i with MSRP 98,395 with a lease price of 1,120 for 36 months @ 10k miles per year

    What do you say Car_man?
  • Hi nother1inline. What exact model is this again? Also, what was your selling price? Let me know and I'll tell you what I think. Thanks.

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  • Hi Car_man,

    What are the residual values and Money Factor for both the 740Li and the 750Li for 36 months, 10K miles per year for January? Also, is BMW offering any incentives for the 7 series?

  • All, getting ready to purchase a '13 740Li Xdrive with exec, cold, drivers assist, M Sport, B&O packages. I know there is $4,200 available in incentives, curious to know if most have negotiated purchase price at invoice or below?
  • Is it unrealistic to expect to get a 740Li xdrive at the advertised $889/month with $3500 down? I am trying to get a dealership to agree to those terms, but they are giving me the run around.

    Also, are acquisition fees different at different dealerships, or are these guys trying to pull a fast one on me?

  • Hello CarMan,
    thank you for all the advice. I have ordered a 750ix, getting about 6% off Euro delivery MSRP. I have to lease it in order to get the $4250 rebate. I offered to provide 7 security deposits. What is a reasonable money factor , before the discount for the deposits( they offer a 56% residual for 36M, 10K/year).
    Many thanks!
  • Hi wiseguy33. BMW Financial Services' January buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 740Li with 10,000 miles per year are .00130 and 54% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers.

    The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2012 750Li are .00130 and 55%.

    When negotiating your deal on either of these cars, make sure to take advantage of the $3,500 cash incentive that is currently available on leases of them.

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  • Oh yeah, there's $750 in owner loyalty cash on top of that as well if you're a returning BMW customer. Just thought that I'd add that in case you weren't aware of it.

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