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BMW 5-Series Lease Questions

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  • Hi kyfdx

    How do we calculate the amount per msd in a car? For the 535 what does each msd cost, what is the max # of msd's we can apply, what is the mf after all msd's are applied.

    Does the same hold true for a 2013 BMW 535?

    I there a risk with the msd- what happens if the car gets totaled or stolen?

    Appreciate your help a lot!

    Thanks
    Naveen
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,133
    Each security deposit is equal to the monthly payment, rounded up to the next $50 increment.

    Up to 7 MSDs allowed. Each SD results in a reduction to the money factor of .00007, for a maximum total reduction of .00049

    regards,
    kyfdx

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  • kyfdx, I've heard that there are dealer incentives that BMW has Not made public. do you have any info on that?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,133
    edited November 2013
    Some dealers have an extra $1000 from BMW to give customers on 2014 3-Series sedans....

    That's the only one I know about..

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  • Hi kyfdx

    What are the year end/holiday rebates/sales on the 5 series? or do we need to wait till Dec 1?

    Thanks
    Naveen
  • I am picking up my car tomorrow also from same dealer, Maria was great right, I did all the initial shopping online they were direct and no games, other dealers only gave me 10-11% off.

    I ended up with MSRP 59,625- Sale Price- 51,300 - Gray Metallic, Ivory Napa Interior, Modern Line. The one in the showroom.

    Did you have a trade in so no sales tax?

    What color interior, beige or cinnamon?

    Good Luck with yours.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,133
    Looks like you did really well.. congrats!

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  • Hi, can you please provide MF and Residual for a 2013 535GT vs 2014 535GT? Any special incentives to move the 2013s?

    Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,133
    2013 535i GT RWD 36mo, 15K/yr lease
    .00125 MF and 54% residual
    $3000 buildout cash and $1000 lease loyalty

    2014 535i GT RWD 36mo, 15K/yr lease
    .00125 MF and 59% residual
    $1000 option credit cash and $1000 lease loyalty

    regards,
    kyfdx

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  • Hi kyfdx

    What's better?
    A 2013 BMW 535 in stock : Msrp 58 875 offer price: 49 200

    Or

    A 2014 BMW 535 custom ordered: Msrp 68875 offer price 62600

    Thanks for your inputs!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 31,133
    I don't know what is "better", but the 2013 model will be about $160/mo. cheaper....

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  • Heard on a forum that residuals went up in Dec. If so, could you please post 15K residuals for 535i & 550i & M5? Thanks!
  • gursgurs Posts: 11
    Hi guys

    Just wanted to share the deal that I got on a 535i xDrive
    Msrp : 63125
    SP : 56300
    MF : .00076 (After 7 MSD's)
    Residual : 62%
    36 months (12k/year)

    I think I could have done a little better but this dealer had the exact color and options that I wanted in the car that was in his lot.
    Thank you everyone.
  • The holiday incentive is $500 extra above all the other incentives available thus far.
    So, on 11/27, I leased a new 2013 535 GT xdrive. MSRP of$65625. Selling price of $56,388 plus free winter mats. Monthly pmt with nothing down but max MSDs - $730. Taxes are high in Illinois!
  • So the residuals went up? Do you know residual for 535i & M5?
  • I think kyfdx is on vacation...
  • Hello all,

    Does this sound like a good deal? Thanks in advance
    2013 528i w/ Nav and Premium package

    Total down(including MSD of 3500.00) $5483.00
    12kyr.
    56% residual
    415.60 plus tax=$453.00
    36 month lease.

    MSRP $52,550 before destination charge.
    I told the dealer I didn't want to put anything down. Does $1983 sound right for all the fees? Also, the MSD bring the rate down by $30/mo she claims. Does that sound right?

    Thanks again.
  • How many miles, what state, what was the discounted price? Price looks s little high also
  • saranrsaranr Posts: 17
    Might be too late but why arent't you going for 2014 528. There is a 1500 holiday credit+1000 loyalty combined with 64% 36mo/10K residual your payment will be the same or less.
  • Does anybody know the residual and lease money factor for 2013 or 2014 BMW 535GT? Also, there is $1500 holiday cash and $1000 loyalty cash, but are there additional incentives provided to dealers?
  • 2014 535GT, 15K miles/yr Residual 58%, MF: 0.00125, $1500 Holiday Cash and $1000 Loyalty Cash. There are other incentives available to dealers but those haven't been published anywhere. I'd negotiate aggressively, aim for Invoice (or $1K below Invoice) pricing on car THEN add any incentives. Options you should also get at Invoice.
  • Actually, I am scheduled to pick it up tonight. Thanks for the info. I sent an email to the dealer to run those numbers against the 2014 or at the very least, make my 2013 more impressive.
  • axiomloveraxiomlover Posts: 214
    edited December 2013
    I got 2013 535 GT xDrive with RV of 57% and over $9,300 off MSRP. I thought of waiting on 2014, but the only ones coming to my area dealers had MSRP over $80k and no one was willing to deal, since there are so few GTs. Regular 5 is a different story, but i really wanted a GT.
  • Lease new 2014 535xi or buy current lease return

    Dealer offered the following lease deal on 2014 535xi 36 months/ 12000 miles per year 0.00125 MF , 62% residual 679/month, 0 down, 0 security, all rebates & incentives included Metallic color, Dakota leather, gps, rear view camera, parking distance control Dealer swears this is as good as it gets...Is this a good deal?

    My alternative is to buy my current lease about to expire for 2011 535xi, 36000 miles+/-, $32700 buy out. Car is in excellent condition, just serviced with half life left on brakes and tires. I can get. 2% APR, buy extended warranty for $1895 (2 years/100k) and negotiate BMW platinum coverage extension

    Which is a better deal? Please help....

  • Thanks to all who contribute to this forum. Just completed this deal on a 528Xi 2013 that's an ex-loaner with 5500mi on it, $59.5msrp includes prem, cold, park assist, navi, metallic 10kmi/yr, 36months residual value shown as $43k $440/mo incl tax driveaway costs $1200. Went to a few different dealers to get this deal, The LEAST competitive dealer was in Darien... Ridgefield CT not much better, the NY&NJ dealers were the best.

  • This looks like an awesome deal to me. Its hard enough to get a decently loaded 3 series for $440/month..let alone a 528xi. Great job. Enjoy your ride.

    @richneedsaleas said: Thanks to all who contribute to this forum. Just completed this deal on a 528Xi 2013 that's an ex-loaner with 5500mi on it, $59.5msrp includes prem, cold, park assist, navi, metallic 10kmi/yr, 36months residual value shown as $43k $440/mo incl tax driveaway costs $1200. Went to a few different dealers to get this deal, The LEAST competitive dealer was in Darien... Ridgefield CT not much better, the NY&NJ dealers were the best.

  • bailaowaibailaowai Posts: 2
    edited December 2013

    Leased yesterday.

    535i, M-Sport, Driver's Assistance Pkg, Lighting Pkg, Prem Pkg, Heated Seats, Harman, Black Kidney Grilles MSRP: $65,935 Negotiated Price: $58,588 Bank Fee ("Acquisition"): $925 (added into my cap cost, not sure why I didn't catch that) Total Cap Cost: $59,513

    MF: Base = .00125 - .00049 (7 MSDS) = .00076 - NO DEALER MARKUP, which is unusual for the bay area I think 9% tax rate Residual 63% (10k mi/yr, 36 mos) - note here that they took out $185 for the black kidney grilles from the cap cost when calculating the residual. Apparently there are "non-residualizable" items. The final residual was $41,422.

    Payment = $579 (base) + $52 (sales tax) = $631/mo

    Cap Cost Reduction (Down Payment): $0 Dealer Doc: $80 Registration + Fees: $519 7 MSDs (refundable security deposits): $4550 First Mo: $631 Total Drive Off: $5,780

    Bought at Peter Pan in San Mateo, super-easy deal, in and out in 1.5 hrs, no haggling, not discussion over terms, matched a great internet price from another dealer. I highly recommend Norm Kauble, seems like a good guy.

  • ophaopha Posts: 3
    edited January 3

    Hi all,

    I'd like to run this NJ lease deal by you. I'm not sure whether this is a good deal, as some others have gotten similar deals for 2014 models.

    New 2013 528xi with Prem pkg, Driver Assist, and Cold Weather.
    * MSRP $58175. Sale Price $48700. RV 57%. MF 0.0007583 (w/ 7MSD). * $495/month w/ $0 down. * COD $7200 incl. 1st month pmt, 7MSD, MV fees, gap insurance, upfront sales tax, doc fee, etc.

    Also, I can't quite get the PMT Excel function to get to the monthly payment amount... odd.

    Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks!

  • konacougkonacoug Kailua-KonaPosts: 194

    You shouldn't be paying for gap insurance, it is included by BMW FS as part of the $725 Acquisition fee. Your payment seems okay, the selling price seems alright for 2013 model. I couldn't get the lease calculator to come up with the $495 payment. Are you de capping the lease too??

  • ophaopha Posts: 3

    Hi konacoug, Thanks for the comment. I will ask the dealer about inclusion of gap insurance in the acq. fee.

    Does the OOP fee portion (7200 - 3500 7MSD) = 3700 sound too high? In NJ.

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