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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Lease Questions



  • Sounds to me like your 3000 driveoff includes at least $500 cap reduction, or at least $15 monthly -- which makes it $700 a month. If this were 15000 miles, that would probably be at least $730 a month,
    Depends how badly you want this car.
    My wife chose between an Mercedes ML350 and Lexus 400H, both loaded with MSRP of $53K, a bit higher than yours, with 15000 (not 12000) miles, no cap reduction, for $580 monthly. That's $150 a month x 36, or $5400. I don't think it's worth $5400 a month extra for the X3
  • ml2005ml2005 Posts: 8
    Anyone know the current MF and residual for 2009 X5 4.8?
    One dealer quoted me .0022 MF and .54 residual.
  • Sorry to post this in the BMW forum but i am looking at the ML350 too and I wanted to confirm that you said $580/month with no cap cost reduction? sounds like a phenomenal deal can you share how you managed to get this
  • Sure. Simply indicated that I only compared apples with apples, so it had to be NO CAP REDUCTION, 15000 miles, and I was comparing different brands.
    Incidentally, once I received $580 monthly, all the competitor brands (except BMW) matched.
    My wife decided on Lexus 400H - about the same $53K MSRP.
    We received a nice offer from Mercedes in Thousand Oaks -- (are you in So California), but we avoided Mercedes in Calabasas, because the guy tried to add $300 to the bank fee.
    Nice to know this -- Lexus lease charges no turn in fee.
  • I just got this offer for a 2009 X5 4.8:

    Cold Weather Pkg.
    Premium Pkg.
    Premium Sound Pkg.
    Rear Climate Pkg.
    Sport Pkg. ZSP
    Technology Pkg.
    Space Saver Tire
    Comfort Access
    Running Boards
    Sport Pkg. #330
    HD Radio
    Satellite Radio

    MSRP: 72070.00
    MF: .0017
    36 months
    12k miles
    Tax is supposedly included, but I forgot to ask if they factored in the fact that PA leases at taxed at 10%. The dealer is in New Jersey.

    5000 drive off. Lease is $864/mo

    Could you someone let me know if this is a good deal.
  • tcn2ktcn2k Posts: 277
    I got this deal:

    2009 x5 4.8i
    MSRP: 70,675.00
    MF: .00155
    Residual: 59%
    10k miles
    zero down
    Drive off: $1,171.00 ( First payment + Registration )
    Monthly including utah tax: $949.17

    Is this good?
  • tidestertidester Posts: 10,110
    How many months?

    tidester, host
    SUVs and Smart Shopper
  • tcn2ktcn2k Posts: 277
    36 months.
  • tidestertidester Posts: 10,110
    Your money factor works out to 3.72% APR which sounds pretty good. :)

    tidester, host
    SUVs and Smart Shopper
  • tcn2ktcn2k Posts: 277
    They found the car that was built and delivered on 1/24/2009 so my dealership was able to trade and get me the car I want in time for this incentive. Here's the low down. The car came with an extra package and option that I didn't have in my original build:

    MSRP: 72,825.00
    Negotiated: $68,755.00
    Down bmw incentive (free for me): $2500.00
    MF: 0.00155
    Residual: 59%
    Due at signing: $1,848.74 (1st payment + dealer fee + transfer cost from CA to Idaho)
    Total a month with Tax included: $905.79
    Without Tax: $847.72

    Cheaper then my original. I just had to pay the extra 171.00 cap cost and 550.00 in transfer. but it came out cheaper then my original bid and i get an extra package and option. thoughts?
  • Here's the info that you're looking for, ml2005. BMW Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2009 X5 4.8 with 15,000 miles per year are .00155 and 56%, respectively. Make sure that you insist that the dealer use these numbers to calculate your truck's payment.

    Also, BMW just introduced a new $2,500 cash incentive on leases of this model. Make sure to take this cash into account when negotiating its selling price.

    Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
  • tombrtombr Posts: 3
    Looking to take advantage of the 2500 off. Here is my deal
    MSRP - 55,120
    Residual - 58%
    MF - .00180
    36 month lease

    I am offering 48,480 (50,980 invoice - 2500)
    My lease calculation comes to 557.42 (7% tax for NJ)
    Not sure about the basic fees but assuming within 2000.

    A question i had was what determines the 10k or 12K lease? Will the Resid or MF change ?
    Thanks for any feedback
  • x5 3.0 residuals
    58% for 10K
    57% for 12K
    55% for 15K
  • I am looking for a similar deal in NJ. Please let me know if you are able to get one.

  • Hi Car man, can you provide mF and residuals for X5 3.0 si. Also is 2500 incentive available on 3.0 si as well. Thanks!
  • need factors and residuals and any incentives for X5 3.0
    also appreciate buying experience .....what are people paying under MSRP
  • Hi recently got a x5, nice car did not want to buy the car b/c of know reliability issues.
    Here is the lease purchase from fields bmw in orlando florida..not sure if i would recommend them.
    10k miles, mf .0043 / approx 898 per month...
    no discounts
    msrp of the car 57800 negotiated price down to 54895..
    but think I got screwed on the money factor around 5% ..any thoughts?
  • Hi Would you know if 2500 rebate is still available on X5. Also what is good price to get the X5? How much above below invoice if 2500 is included.

  • tombrtombr Posts: 3
    I think the $2500 is gone. It ended end of Jan (if somebody knows differently please let us know). They are now offering 1750 off for current owners. Does anyone know if the $2500 will come back? I think a good price would be a few hundred over invoice. In these times you should be fighting hard.
  • Slight correction. They are offering $1,750 off for current BMWFS customers (along with a 0.0003 reduction in the MF). If you're a current owner (and this would be my 3rd BMW in 4 years), but do not currently lease or finance through BMWFS, they have nothing for you.

    I desperately want to replace my totaled X5 (2004 4.4i) with a new X5, but BMW does not seem to want to play ball in this economy. Sadly, I'll probably end up buying an MDX this weekend.
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