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BMW 3-Series Lease Questions

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  • coastal2coastal2 Posts: 10
    By the way I am in Palm Beach FLorida. Thanks.
  • furej1furej1 Posts: 2
    thanks for the swift reply!

    hmmm doing MSDs does sound like a good idea...thnx for the tip on negotiating the Doc fee...ill try to lower it by 300 or so...do you think the money factor/price on the car would go down in august?
  • coastal2coastal2 Posts: 10
    MSRp 48,120
    MF .00175
    Rv 61%%

    36/15k lease for $621 per month includes 6% Fl tax)
    $2800 due at signing.. includes tax, tag, fees, first mo pymt, gap insurance

    Car is 07 335i sedan black with prem and sport pkgs, steptronic, comfort access, heated front seats, park distance control, sirius radio, Ipod adaptor. Please let me know if this is a good deal....asap going today to negotiate.
    Can I negotiate the price 3000 down?? Can I get the payment any lower somehow?
    I am very new to leasing. Thanks is advance!!!!!!All replies welcome :)
    oh and what is CAp Cost??
    Also What should I do with the Gap INsu, get it dealer or my own insurance co.?
    My own is. Co. says they have exclusion fire theft, and flood. Dealer covers everything except fraudulent activity. But it sounds much more expensive.
  • guy1974guy1974 Posts: 111
    I am not sure if the MF and residual will change for August as they have been fairly consistent for the past few months. Go to www.bimmerfest.com and look in "Ask the Dealer" forum, at the top there is the current months lease details for all BMW's.

    Doc fees may be non-negotiable but the acquisition fee is negotiable down to $625 so you have some scope to knock a few $$$ of the cap cost.

    Your monthly payment will be lower with cap reduction compared to MSD's but remember to get a true monthly cost you need to divide the money you put down as cap reduction by the number of months and then add that to the monthly amount. So for example a $3600 down payment on a 36 month lease adds $100 to the monthly cost.
  • Does anyone know if BMWFS would have a problem writing a lease with a debadged car? I'd probably do ED on a 335 sedan, and since those are all special orders, I should be able to get the car without the jewelry, no?
  • pete_lpete_l Posts: 2
    hey car_man,
    I'm really excited abt writing in this forum.I've been reading these for abt 2 months now.Anyways with all the info i got here i went to test drive 07 328 xi sedan.the dealer offered the following lease options for 39 months 15k/year.no money down and securtiy deposit rolled over in the monthly payments

    MSRP: 38,595
    invoice: 36,065
    agreed upon value:
    36,965 + 1243.49(sales tax)= 38,208.49--this is his first offer straight up without any negotiations.

    residual- 23,542.96 (61%)
    depreciation charge=14,665.54
    rent charge= 4431.20
    total of base MP= 19,096.74

    monthy payment= 489.66
    disposition fee= 350
    aquisition fee=625

    please tell me how's this deal? Is is good enough or can i go even lower.He also said that this deal can be only till the month end coz august has new rates.But, can i wait till august 5th as its that date where they get the new rates.

    thanks in advance.You guys are great.
  • pete_lpete_l Posts: 2
    hey

    Does MF depend on credit score?? If so, the dealer quoted me 0.0022 MF for say 700 credit score. My acual credit score is 670. Will my MF increase?or is it set to 0.0019 for july.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,040
    BMW only uses tiers when the model uses the standard rate.. If the model has a subsidized money factor, then it is one size fits all. Assuming you qualify, the only fluctuation in money factors is when the dealer marks up the rate for more profit.

    regards,
    kyfdx

    MODERATOR
    Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • ericliawericliaw Posts: 3
    2007 BMW 328xi
    - Automatic
    - Cold Weather
    - Metallic Paint
    - MSRP is $37,675

    Invoice is $34,745
    + MACO and training $430
    + Dealer profit $500
    = Selling Price $35,675

    Lease:
    12K miles
    39 months
    .0019 money factor (4.6% APR)
    63% residual (x MSRP = $23,735)
    $625 of bank fees rolled into the lease
    =$436/month
    +5% tax
    =$458/month

    Fees at signing:
    Registration, etc: $358
    + First month
    + Security deposit (one month)

    Thoughts? Thanks!
  • Here's the deal that I closed today, but have not signed any contract...will take delivery in 2 days:
    2007 335i sedan black sapphire w/ black interior
    sport pkg
    auto w/ paddle shifter
    premium pkg
    heated seats
    convenience access

    Lease for 36mo 15K mi/yr (1st time BMWFS lease for me)

    MSRP: $46775
    Selling price: $44644 (3.5% over invoice)
    net cap cost: $48256 (tax and doc fees rolled into lease)

    cap cost includes $2822 (TX state sales tax upfront), $500 transport fee (vehicle in another city), $50 doc fee, $133 license, title, state inspection fees, and $107 veh inventory tax (is this tax legit?)

    residual: $33210 (71% of MSRP)
    MF: 0.0023

    Monthly payment: $621.41 (although I calculated $605.30)

    Drive-off: $781.70 (1st mo and other doc fee $160)
    NO down payment, NO security deposit

    QUESTIONS:
    1) Is this 71% residual possible for a 36mo 15K mi/yr lease? I'm not complaining...but can anyone think of any negative implications for an inflated residual given that everyone else is using 61%?
    2) MF of 0.0023? When I asked about the published July buy rate of 0.00175, dealer stated not using special subsidized rate...MF is higher due to no security deposit. Could MF also be higher due to rolling in taxes and fees as well?

    Any input much appreciated...thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,040
    That looks like the residual for 24 months.. Either the finance person screwed up or it is just a bait and switch..

    If you take delivery, and then the contract gets bounced back, you'll have to sign a new lease, or give them the car back.. It will be too much money for the dealership to eat, if it is a legitimate mistake.

    Don't be surprised if you get a call before Thursday.. Unless the dealership knows about some super-duper lease program that starts today...

    MF is .00175.. The sec.deposit waiver bump takes it to .0019.. The rest of it is the dealer taking the maximum markup for additional profit..

    Good luck!
    kyfdx

    MODERATOR
    Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • Well, I confirmed it with the internet sales manager I was dealing with...it's 71% residual for a 36mo 15K mi/yr lease. And I've got a copy of the lease deal where I signed. I'm just waiting to pickup the car tomorrow and sign the lease contract.

    So it's possible to sign a lease contract, take delivery, and have BMWFS deny and not honor the contract? Doesn't the dealer have to get approval for the deal by BMWFS before they write up the contract?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,040
    Getting your application approved, and submitting a final contract might be two different things.. After all, no lease contract is final, until you take delivery of the car..

    Me? I'd just go along... worst case.. they ask you to renegotiate or bring the car back.. No harm done.. put the upfront money on a credit card.

    I hope you get this deal, because the monthly is really good for that car... But, I have serious doubts..

    regards,
    kyfdx

    MODERATOR
    Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • thanks for the input...well, dealer has told me to pick up the car tomorrow and yes, I did put the upfront money on a credit card.

    thanks again...I'll let you know.

    bagsqueeser
  • You were right on! Dealer finally admitted they made an error on the deal...71% was for the 2yr lease.

    Anyways, re-negotiated and got selling price $1500 above invoice w/ MF .00126 w/ max 8 MSD Residual 61%. Still working on trying to get $825 acquisition fee down lower.
    Monthly should be about $650.

    thanks for your help! Will be picking up car tomorrow afternoon.

    bagsqueeser
  • ropaulropaul Posts: 8
    My lease of a 2004 330i is about to end, and I am interested in purchasing the vehicle. I live in Maryland and the car only has 25,000 miles.

    Is there any way I can avoid paying "double tax" on the car, since I already paid sales tax on the full purchase price of the vehicle when I initially leased the car? Are there particular dealerships or other 3rd parties who can offer some kind of paid/unpaid service to help avoid paying tax again?

    -Ro
  • john634john634 Posts: 3
    Hi,
    We are negotiating a deal on a 335 sedan and an x3. After talking with the dealer (multiple times) and including MACO ($580) we are still off. He says that he is giving us invoice yet show that it's $715 over invoice on the 335. Any idea where they are making up the difference? The dealer says that he doesn't have the detailed invoice, just the total number.
  • Does anyone know the august rates for:

    BMW 328i
    24/15
    36/15

    IS THERE A CHANCE OF GETTING A GOOD LEASE DEAL ON THE 2007 OR WOULD IT JUST BE THE SAME TO LEASE 2008.
    THANKS IN ADVANCE. :shades:
  • Can these be financed through BMW FS or do I have to go through a financial institution? Thank you. What are representative rates for 3 years through BMW FS if possible?
  • john634john634 Posts: 3
    Just want to thank everyone who posts here as it really helped me negotiate a much better deal than I would have received otherwise. So to help the next person, here is what I got (we bought two cars):

    335i Sedan:
    6 Spd/Sport/Premium/Nav/iPod/Jet Black
    MSRP $46,425
    Invoice: $42,705
    Edmunds TMV: $44,489

    My Price:
    $43,770 = Edmunds invoice + $580 Advertising, etc. + $485

    X3:
    Auto/Premium/Heated Seats/Privacy Glass/White
    MSRP $42,175
    Invoice: $38,830
    Edmunds TMV: $40,860

    My Price:
    $39,800 = Edmunds invoice + $580 Advertising, etc. + $390

    acquisition fee: $625 each
    Doc Fee: $45 each
    Floor mats included

    I had alot of problems getting my edmunds numbers to match the dealer numbers and they were very hesitant to share them with me. Next time I would simply give them the price I am willing to pay by taking edmunds invoice + $550ish for advertising + whatever over invoice you are willing to pay. I was negotiating just amount over invoice and the problem was that my invoice and there invoice were much different.

    We were able to reduce the MF from 2.3 to 1.66 for the X3 and from 1.75 to 1.26 for the 335i, by putting down 8 security deposits. We calculated this at about an 11.3% return on investment. However, every dealer we talked to really tried to talk us out of doing this so you really have to push hard to get it.

    It took me weeks to get the exact cars and pricing I wanted. At the end of it I would highly recommend Norwalk McKenna as they worked hard to find the exact cars we wanted and were the most flexible on price. In case you are interested, I worked with Arthur Reyes.

    Good luck.
  • Here is what I got today 8/4 (South Florida) on a 335i sedan.

    335i Sedan:
    Auto/Sport pkg/Premium pkg/iPod/Leather/Sirius/High Def Radio/Bluetooth (more options than I wanted but it was the only one on the lot in the colors I wanted) - Silver/Black int.

    MSRP: 47,270.00
    Negotiated: 45,770.00 (Edmunds TMV = 46,391)
    Adjusted: 46,595.00 (45,770 + 825.00 Acquisition fee)
    Residual: 63%
    MF: .00150 (after 8 security deposits totaling 5,200.00)
    Total inception: 1,473.97 (tax + tag)

    Monthly Payment:
    581.64 + 34.90 (tax) = $616.54

    I put down $500.00 sec. to hold this vehicle. Does this sound good?
  • kanchiskanchis Posts: 33
    Hi Guys,

    Want some help in figuring out if the quote that i got from the dealer is worth or not? Here are the details:

    Car Details/options:
    Space Grey metalic, Sports Pkg, Premium Pkg, BMW Assist with Bluetooth wireless technology, Steptronic Transmission,Comfort Access, BMW navigation system, Logic 7 sound system, iPod adapter, Park distance control
    MSRP: $47375
    (Dealer said that they cannot do better than MSRP since this car is hot right now)

    36 Month lease

    12K Miles
    $3000 down (Capital Cost reduction)
    payment: $ 690
    $4000 down (cap cost)
    Payment: $ 660

    15K miles
    $3000 Down (cap cost reduction)
    Payment: $ 660
    $4000 Down (cap cost reduction)
    Payment: $ 680

    *MF with no security deposit: 0.00215
    *MF with security deposit: 0.00200

    Mind you both the payments were made with a huge downpayment which goes in as Cap cost reduction (Which is very stupid cos its like throwing money down the drain) and these numbers dont tally up with the numbers when i run the numbers through BMW website financial calculater. That gives me a much more realistic number of 608, 633 for 3k down and 579,603 for 4k down. Can any one please advice me on this? I want to know what i need to go ask the salesman? I really want to buy this car but i want my payments to stay in the range of lower 600's (i see that most people have achieved that by reading the forum) I would preffer to do 0 down for cap cost and do multiple SD to lower my MF. please help!!!

    THanks!
  • hebzhebz Posts: 9
    BMW Financial Services Lease Programs – 8/6/07

    For lease programs shown in BOLD, a bank lease program may have lower payments. Click on a vehicle name to compare current bank lease programs through LeaseCompare.com.

    2008 MODELS

    2008 BMW 528i Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 73% of MSRP – .00225 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 60% of MSRP – .00225 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 45% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 36% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2008 BMW 528xi Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 71% of MSRP – .00260 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 60% of MSRP – .00260 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 44% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 35% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2008 BMW 535i Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 71% of MSRP – .00225 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 60% of MSRP – .00225 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 44% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 35% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2008 BMW 535xi Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 70% of MSRP – .00260 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 60% of MSRP – .00260 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 42% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 34% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2008 BMW 535xi Wagon
    24 Month – Residual 70% of MSRP – .00260 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 60% of MSRP – .00260 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 38% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 30% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2008 BMW 550i Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 69% of MSRP – .00245 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 59% of MSRP – .00245 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 38% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 30% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2008 BMW M5 Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 70% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 57% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 44% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 35% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 MODELS

    2007 BMW 328Ci Coupe
    24 Month – Residual 68% of MSRP – .00160 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 58% of MSRP – .00160 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 40% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 33% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 328xi Coupe
    24 Month – Residual 68% of MSRP – .00165 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 58% of MSRP – .00165 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 41% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 33% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 328i Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 71% of MSRP – .00140 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 61% of MSRP – .00140 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 40% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 33% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 328xi Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 71% of MSRP – .00150 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 61% of MSRP – .00150 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 40% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 33% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 328i Wagon
    24 Month – Residual 70% of MSRP – .00240 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 60% of MSRP – .00240 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 38% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 31% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 328xi Wagon
    24 Month – Residual 70% of MSRP – .00250 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 60% of MSRP – .00250 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 38% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 31% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 328i Convertible
    24 Month – Residual 71% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 60% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 45% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 37% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 335i Coupe
    24 Month – Residual 68% of MSRP – .00200 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 58% of MSRP – .00200 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 41% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 33% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 335i Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 71% of MSRP – .00175 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 61% of MSRP – .00175 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 41% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 34% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 335xi Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 71% of MSRP – .00190 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 61% of MSRP – .00190 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 42% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 34% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 335i Convertible
    24 Month – Residual 69% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 59% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 44% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 36% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 525i Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 61% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 48% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 38% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 30% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 525xi Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 61% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 48% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 38% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 31% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 530i Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 59% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 47% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 36% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 29% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 530xi Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 61% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 48% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 38% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 30% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 530xiT Wagon
    24 Month – Residual 57% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 45% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 35% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 28% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 550i Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 57% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 44% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 35% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 27% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate

    2007 BMW M5 Sedan
    24 Month – Residual 68% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 56% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 43% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 34% of MSRP – .00320 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 650Ci Coupe
    24 Month – Residual 67% of MSRP – .00285 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 57% of MSRP – .00285 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 40% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 33% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW 650CiC Convertible
    24 Month – Residual 69% of MSRP – .00285 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 59% of MSRP – .00285 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 47% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 39% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW M6 Coupe
    24 Month – Residual 67% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 57% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 45% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 38% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate

    2007 BMW M6 Convertible
    24 Month – Residual 70% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    36 Month – Residual 59% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    48 Month – Residual 47% of MSRP – .00325 Base Rate
    60 Month – Residual 39% of
  • dondkimdondkim Posts: 1
    Hello forum,

    I just got a 2007 BMW 328i sedan with automatic, Premium package and ipod adapter for $484 including tax a month. It's a 12,000 mile 36 month lease. There was also $1700 drive off total including 1st month and security. The car had an MSRP of $38,100 and I got it down to $36,630 including floor mats. I'm in Southern California. Did anyone get a deal similar to mine? Car man, do you think it was a good deal?

    Thanks.
  • hebzhebz Posts: 9
    hey dondkim...i ordered a 328i sedan w/ nav system, power seats,sport package,xenon headlights,mettalic paint...MSRP 40420$,selling price 37800$,although 10k/24month,2500$ drive-off,435 payment includ. tax...i guess u still had room to lower selling price, usually they can sell 328i sedan up 2 200$ above invoice...i believe in ur case, salesperson wanted to get some commision and he did! ....u do still have the receipt?return the car...just kiddin...good luck
  • guy1974guy1974 Posts: 111
    It is very rare to get a 328 for only $200 above invoice. $1000 is more like it, so I think the deal was fine. No point in telling him it was bad when he has bought the car.
  • knowratknowrat Posts: 1
    Hello,

    This is my first lease and I'd like to know what you guys think. I'm in Austin, TX (taxes, ugh) and feel like I may be getting a bum deal compared to others here.

    335i Sedan, Sports package, automatic transmission, paddle shifters, Alpine White

    MSRP: 42750
    Edmunds Invoice: 39410 TMV: 41637
    Sell price: 41637
    Tax @ 6.25%: 2602.31
    Title and Lic: 184.05 (plates: 92.80, doc fee: 50, 2yr insp: 23.75, road and bridge: 17.50)
    Acq. Fee: 825
    Total: 45,258.36

    1600 down (first month + deposit)
    12k/yr, 3yr lease
    RV: 63%
    MF: .00230 (includes sec. dep. waiver)

    Monthly payment: $650

    How is this deal?

    I'm working through emails and every time I try to lower the price based on others experiences from this forum, I get paragraph after paragraph of explanations for why this price can't be lower and why that price can't be lower - specifically claiming that no BMW Texas dealers give money factors at the base rate when I said I want the base rate + security deposit waiver. Is this true?

    I want to get the 825 acq. fee down to 625, as well. Is that normal or should I expect somewhere in the middle?

    Lastly, what are all of those costs in the tax and license section? I don't even know what "doc fee" or "2yr insp" or "road and bridge" mean! Normal, or markup I shouldn't be paying for?

    Thanks so much for your help - I really need it!
  • hebzhebz Posts: 9
    hey guy1974...i didn t mean anythign..i just answered his q...and it is not rare...200$ above invoice is what they need to sell only in case of 328i sedan(not talking bout coupe which is 1500).and as i mentioned before,if u want to get a good deal, dun ever directly go to dealership...send an email to couple of dealerships and deal with their internet fleet dept.,cause they only get some fixed amount of money per car they sell not based on selling price...more car they sell,mor emake money....quantity matters...they r totally different dept than sales people on the showroom floor...I managed to lower MF(despite not being new BMW customer) to 0.0015...so they are able to do so...all u need is patience and not showing anykind of excitement to get the car asap...adiossssssss :shades:
  • osetia1osetia1 Posts: 3
    Here's the numbers:
    328xi barbera red metallic, auto, premium, comfort access, heated seats
    MSRP: $41075
    Negotited: Invoice + MACO/training + $500 = $38770
    MF: 0.000170, w/ MSD = 0.000121
    Acquition Fee: $825

    Upfront at sign-in (MSD+TTL) = $5190.23
    Monthly lease (tax included) = $563.75

    This is before negotiation, I'm trying to get the MF down but unlikely, so another option is to waive the MACO/training or $625 acquition.

    I'm not looking for the best deal, I just wanted to make sure this is fair in Chicago area, I calculated dealer is getting about $1k+ on this deal. Let me know! Thanks in advance!!
  • guy1974guy1974 Posts: 111
    I recently bought a 328i and emailed three local dealers. I got the buyrate on the MF and paid $1000 over invoice, this is reasonable - the dealer needs to make some money (no holdbacks from BMW) and remember this is a BMW not some crap product.
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