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2014 BMW X5 Lease Questions

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @xhlar8cf said: Kyfdx what are the residuals and MF for March on 2014 X5? Thanks in advance!

    X5 xDrive 35i?

    .00130 MF and 57% residual for 36mo, 15K/yr.

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  • gosoonersgosooners Posts: 6

    @kyfdx@Edmunds said:

    Does that apply to the Diesel as well?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @gosooners said: Does that apply to the Diesel as well?

    Coincidentally... yes.

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  • bminusbminus Posts: 6

    Kyfdx,

    Do you have March #'s for a X5 sDrive for 3 years/12k. Thanks.

  • feliksnyfeliksny Posts: 11

    Hi Car Man,

    Would you be so kind as to provide March rates and residuals for 2014 X5 5.0 10k?

    Thank you!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @bminus said: Kyfdx,

    Do you have March #'s for a X5 sDrive for 3 years/12k. Thanks.

    .00130 MF and 59% residual

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @feliksny said: Hi Car Man,

    Would you be so kind as to provide March rates and residuals for 2014 X5 5.0 10k?

    Thank you!

    .00130 MF and 60% residual

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  • sunny48sunny48 Posts: 24

    I was just offered a MF of .00150 and 62% residual. I like the residual, but the MF seems high. Am I wrong?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @sunny48 said: I was just offered a MF of .00150 and 62% residual. I like the residual, but the MF seems high. Am I wrong?

    All X5 money factors are .00130. However, BMW dealers are free to markup money factors by as much as .00040

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  • Hi, Being offered the following. Let me know what you think: 12k lease 2014 X5 xDrive35i (AWD V6). I added only two things (1) rearview camera and (2) metallic paint in Dark Graphite MSRP: $56,975 Selling Price: $55,475 - Invoice: $53,158 Term: 36 mo. Mileage: 12K Money Factor: 0.00149

    He gets the following for pricing: $745 per month, plus Sales Tax ($791 with tax).

    I can't compute his numbers unless I insert a money factor of 0.0013

    Any thought are greatly appreciated.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @drrishisingh1 said: Hi, Being offered the following. Let me know what you think: 12k lease 2014 X5 xDrive35i (AWD V6). I added only two things (1) rearview camera and (2) metallic paint in Dark Graphite MSRP: $56,975 Selling Price: $55,475 - Invoice: $53,158 Term: 36 mo. Mileage: 12K Money Factor: 0.00149

    He gets the following for pricing: $745 per month, plus Sales Tax ($791 with tax).

    I can't compute his numbers unless I insert a money factor of 0.0013

    Any thought are greatly appreciated.

    I get $740.mo, with .00149, $723/mo. with .00130.. 59% residual..

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  • mg1973mg1973 Posts: 6

    working on lease options for an x5 50i priced with options at 80,675. 3 year 36k mile lease at 0.00121 MF if we give 7 months security deposit (lease payments in advance) with 59% residual. option 2 0.00135 MF and 59% residual with a full lease prepay. This will avoid payment of sales tax in TX also. are there any catches to lease prepay?

    can you help on the decision here please Thanks

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @mg1973 said: working on lease options for an x5 50i priced with options at 80,675. 3 year 36k mile lease at 0.00121 MF if we give 7 months security deposit (lease payments in advance) with 59% residual. option 2 0.00135 MF and 59% residual with a full lease prepay. This will avoid payment of sales tax in TX also. are there any catches to lease prepay?

    can you help on the decision here please Thanks

    There aren't any "catches" to the prepay or MSDs. But, this dealer is marking up the money factor the maximum amount, before giving you the discounts for MSD and Prepay. That is adding about $50/mo. to your deal.

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  • senoromarsenoromar Posts: 5

    Hey kyfdx,

    Do you have numbers for 39 and 42mo x5 35i 15k/yr?

    I'm looking for a longer lease to put the next lease right around the holidays. I feel paying the extra registration is worth it to lease around Xmas time.

    Thanks!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @senoromar said: Hey kyfdx,

    Do you have numbers for 39 and 42mo x5 35i 15k/yr?

    I'm looking for a longer lease to put the next lease right around the holidays. I feel paying the extra registration is worth it to lease around Xmas time.

    Thanks!

    .00130 MF and 50% residual for 42 mo, 15K/yr.

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  • senoromarsenoromar Posts: 5

    @kyfdx@Edmunds said:

    Wow that's pretty low! I plugged that into my worksheet and it comes out to $20/mo more vs a 36mo lease at 57%. That's good to know, thanks for the help.

  • Hi kyfdx, Up thread the March numbers for X5 50 10k were .00130 MF and 60% residual.

    I subtract 2% for 12k? .00130 MF and 58% residual?

    Also, do you have mf and residual for 30 months for same model. I think I add 3% to residual but not sure about that and also the MF.

    Thanks!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @vonnshannon said: Hi kyfdx, Up thread the March numbers for X5 50 10k were .00130 MF and 60% residual.

    I subtract 2% for 12k? .00130 MF and 58% residual?

    Also, do you have mf and residual for 30 months for same model. I think I add 3% to residual but not sure about that and also the MF.

    Thanks!

    Its 1% less to move from 10K/yr to 12K/yr, so 59%.

    30 month residual is 3% higher... .so, payment would be substantially higher. I'd stick with 36 months.

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  • mg1973mg1973 Posts: 6

    thanks so much for the reply to my questions on March 15th. so if i am correct do you think the lease amount on the prepay should be $50 less a month as well as that for the lease with the maximum MSDs? also being told 59% residual is being set by BMW? I Appreciate your help

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @mg1973 said: thanks so much for the reply to my questions on March 15th. so if i am correct do you think the lease amount on the prepay should be $50 less a month as well as that for the lease with the maximum MSDs? also being told 59% residual is being set by BMW? I Appreciate your help

    Yes. the residual is set by BMW, and the dealer cannot alter it. The problem with your quote, is the dealer marking up the money factor, on both the MSD and the Prepaid lease.

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  • mg1973mg1973 Posts: 6

    ok great will start speaking to another dealer!!! Thanks again

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 4,981

    @mg1973 said: ok great will start speaking to another dealer!!! Thanks again

    Please keep us posted as to how the shopping goes. Best of luck!

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  • huxley2huxley2 Posts: 2

    I'm looking at an X5 xDrive 35i. Add-ons are premium package, rear-view camera and third row. I'm being quoted $859/month at a well known urban BMW dealer for a 36-month, 10K miles/year lease (around $6K due at signing). Higher than I expected. What would be a good deal for this package? Thanks a lot.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    You'll have to do a little leg work, and get us an MSRP and selling price..

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  • huxley2huxley2 Posts: 2

    Sorry. MSRP is $59,075. Invoice price I believe is $56,900. My goal would be to negotiate a selling price, if possible, around invoice plus $1,000. Thanks for your help.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @huxley2 said: Sorry. MSRP is $59,075. Invoice price I believe is $56,900. My goal would be to negotiate a selling price, if possible, around invoice plus $1,000. Thanks for your help.

    With a MF of .00130 and a residual of 60%, and a CAP cost of $58625 (invoice + $1000 +$725 acq.fee), I get a pre-tax monthly payment of $766/mo. Due at signing would be 1st payment, title/registration, dealer fees and taxes (if paid upfront).

    That's a long way from $859/mo. plus $6K upfront. But, you won't know where the difference is, without a breakdown of the dealer's numbers. They could be marking up the money factor, adding onerous fees, or asking MSRP for the selling price. Or, you could live in a high lease-tax state like Illinois or Texas. The devil is in the details.

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  • jullrichjullrich Posts: 1

    Im looking to do a 36 mth lease on a 2014 X5 Diesel. MSRP around $69k. Can anyone tell me the current residual, MF, and what an anticipated payment would be with $0 out of pocket? I live in TN. local dealer quoting .0015 MF, which seems high, and $2000 of MSRP. Thx

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @jullrich said: Im looking to do a 36 mth lease on a 2014 X5 Diesel. MSRP around $69k. Can anyone tell me the current residual, MF, and what an anticipated payment would be with $0 out of pocket? I live in TN. local dealer quoting .0015 MF, which seems high, and $2000 of MSRP. Thx

    .00130 MF and 57% residual for 36mo, 15K/yr. lease. With those parameters and $2000 off MSRP of $69K, the payment would be around $928.mo. +tax.
    Due at signing would be 1st payment, title/registration fees (acq.fee rolled into the lease payment.

    The new X5 is very popular, with no incentives. It's not going to be cheap to lease.

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  • mg1973mg1973 Posts: 6

    I think I am close to a deal on my X5 50i. Dealer will not negotiate on selling price $80675, X5s have no incentives they tell me which sounds right based on other posts. 0.00135 MF (agreed higher than typical 0.00130) with full lease prepay which save me $5200 sales tax also. Only question is now the acquisition fee does $950 sound high for this. it does to me. thanks

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 28,572

    @mg1973 said: I think I am close to a deal on my X5 50i. Dealer will not negotiate on selling price $80675, X5s have no incentives they tell me which sounds right based on other posts. 0.00135 MF (agreed higher than typical 0.00130) with full lease prepay which save me $5200 sales tax also. Only question is now the acquisition fee does $950 sound high for this. it does to me. thanks

    Of course, the acquisition fee is marked up. They are asking full price for the vehicle, and charging over the base MF? Everything about this sounds high. I know X5s are a hot item, but have you tried shopping other dealers?

    You are in Texas, right? That's interesting about how pre-paying the lease saves you on sales tax. Do you know exactly how that works, or why?

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