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2015 328d lease deal

ananshingananshing Posts: 1
edited May 2015 in BMW
Hello guys,

FYI, I got a 328d (navigation, driver assistant package) with MSRP 44,100 for the following numbers.

$891 out pocket (including DMV, first payment, tax)

35 payments of $405 plus tax each.

36 months lease, and 12k miles per year.

Not sure if it is a good deal. But at lease I am happy when I signed the lease on Saturday:p

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 122,984
    Sure looks good..

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  • MarkHolthoffMarkHolthoff Santa Monica, CAPosts: 101
    Sounds like an excellent deal on a terrific car. Enjoy!
  • sones1sones1 Posts: 7
    you didn't have any MSDs?
  • rhinestonefuserhinestonefuse Posts: 74
    edited February 2016
    That makes no sense.

    You're giving the bank $15,000 for three years' use of a $44,000 car.

    That means the bank believes a three year old car with 36, 000 miles will have something like a 70% residual value. The acquisition fee alone had to be more than $700.

    I am certain I am missing something here, I must be wrong?
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