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2013 and earlier BMW X5 Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 64,780
    Yeah... Invoice + $500 - $3500 = Good deal..


    Prices Paid, Lease Questions, SUVs

  • gfish49gfish49 Posts: 24
    Thanks - shows that I am getting the car at $3000 off invoice. So, guess is a good deal. Appreciate the help!
  • rmccall95rmccall95 Posts: 2
    Looking at a 2007 X5, 4.5. Hoping to come to terms, and buy soon. Will be replacing a 2004 MDX. Was very impressed with a test drive today. Already own 2 other BMWs, so have expectations about reliability, quality, etc.

    Any issues specific to this model that I should know?
  • ajcohenajcohen Posts: 12
    Titanium Silver Metallic
    Black Nevada Leather
    Brushed Aluminum Trim
    added Convenience Package ZCV
    added M Sport Package ZMP
    added 3rd Row Seat 4UB
    added BMW Apps 6NR
    MSRP $66,125
    Sales price $62,175
    plus $1,000 rebate for attending Red, White and Blue event
    Total sales price $61,175
    Great experience and service. What do you guys think? Good deal?
  • westonmawestonma Posts: 2
    Hi Aj,

    Could you please share how to attend Red, White and Blue event? I live in MA.

  • westonmawestonma Posts: 2
    Platinum Grey Metalic
    Tobacco Nevada Leather
    added Convenience Package
    added 3rd Row Seat 4UB
    added running board

    MSRP $61,925
    Sale price $58,400

    Negotiated price for $500 above invoice price. Read from truecar website the factory invoice should be $57,180, breakdown as base car $50,415, option $5,690, local ad $200, destination $875.

    The dealer showed invoice price $57,900. Charge more than $300 for floor mat and detailing. Is it true that floor mat and detailing charged additionally? Is it a good deal if we go with their invoice price?


  • nyinjanyinja Posts: 10
    I've had my 2011 35i Sport for a few months now - and am not happy with the running boards. They are not really wide enough to use, but just wide enough to hit your leg when you are getting in and out. Several people have mentioned this when they rode in my vehicle. Recommend you take a look at an X5 with the boards and decide for yourself....
  • ctsoxfan2ctsoxfan2 Posts: 25
    edited July 2011
    Just negotiated a price of $600 over invoice on a X5 35d before ECO Credit, so net $2900 under invoice. Also got them to go about $500 over the highest offer I had gotten on my trade, so I think I came out pretty decently.

    X5 35d premium, tech, cold wx
  • ctsoxfan2ctsoxfan2 Posts: 25
    Not sure if you pulled the trigger on this yet, but I would definitely stay away from the Lexus. I am trading in my 2010 RX350 to get a X5. I really wasn't happy with the performance of the car, it is much too soft of a ride and isn't great handling. In addition, I would characterize the snow performance as poor.

    If you like in a warm climate and want a cruising vehicle (think Cadillac), then it would be a good choice. if you want a "driver's car", or live in a snow area, i would stay away

    Just my .02 from almost 3 years of driving experience.
  • newbmrnewbmr Posts: 26
    I am looking at pulling the trigger on a 2011 X5 3.0 Premium that was used as Executive car. Please tell me if this is a good price or I should try to get additional discount or go for a 2012 comparable.

    3.0 Premium
    Bronze Metallic with Cinnamon Brown interior

    Convenience Pkg
    Cold weather pkg
    Tech pkg
    Running boards
    Miles: 16,000

    MSRP: $59,725
    Invoice: $54,995

    Dealer's 'final offer price': $49,000 i.e. $6k below invoice.

    The vehicle looks great, visually, with no visible scratches or dents. The detailed vehicle history report has only two entries: QCI Spot Delivery with 2 miles recorded and 15k Engine Oil Service on 3/25/11 at 15, 073 mile mark.

    Question: Is this a good deal? Or, do you think I could get better/ comparable deal on 2012 for a comparably equipped X5?

    Many thanks in advance! I would like to buy tomorrow.

  • I'm looking at leasing a 2011 X5 35d. I've been quoted different money factors and residuals from different dealers. Please help.

    I'm considering either a 10,000/mi or 12,000/mi lease.

    Also, are there any loyalty incentives?

    I'm aware of the eco credit.

    Thanks in advance.
  • I am about to endavor into ordering a 2012 X5. I leased a 135i from the same dealer 3 years ago. At that time I only got $1000 MSRP. The salesman said that's about all I could expect. IS this true? What can I expect now days. Also what is the best way to compute dealer invoice for the exact configuration I am ordering. I plan to order the diesel. Supposedly there is still $3500.00 eco credit. Do they take this off the final price or is like some kind of rebate I get after the fact. I've been to the dealership several times. The X5d's that I am looking at sticker at about $64K. Think an offer of $60K out the door (including tax and fees) would be insane? Then does ecco come off that price??
  • beaming1beaming1 Posts: 13

    We are getting ready to order an X5 and pick it up at the Performance Center in Spartenburg, SC. Did you get that pricing on an order or on a car on the lot? Our dealership is saying the most they will give us is $1000 off MSRP. What dealership did you deal with? Any advice would be appreciated!

  • beaming1beaming1 Posts: 13

    Was this ordered or off the lot? We want to order one with the same options you have minus the M package but we will pick it up at the performance center in SC ;) . The dealer here in FL only will give us $1000 off MSRP. Where did you order yours from?

    Thanks for your help!

  • goluckigolucki Posts: 4
    Made an order for 2012 BMW X5 xDrive35i Premium, last weekend.

    Shappire Black Exterior
    Sand Beige Nevada Leather
    Light Popular wood trim
    Convenience Package
    Active Ventilated Seat Package
    Premium hi-fi system
    3rd Row Seat
    Running Boards
    Automatic High beams
    BMW Apps
    All seasons mat
    iphone adapter

    MSRP - $65233
    Selling Price - $60675 + TTL

    dive out $65345

    What do you guys think about the numbers?
  • rags4026rags4026 Posts: 17
    You were able to bring down the price by $4550. That sounds like a pretty good deal. Which dealership/city was it?
  • I would go lower. I recently placed an order for mine and got about 10K off MSRP.

    I purchased:
    Tech. Package
    Rear Climate Package
    Premium Package
    Cold Weather Package
    Rook Rails
    Smart Phone Integration
    BMW apps
    Ipod connector
    Side view camera
    comfort access
    multi-contour seats

    The MSRP was $64,025 and I paid $54,300. This price included $3,500 eco credit, $1000 BMW loyalty, $1000 for BMW Olympic drive and $4225 discount. This car was not on the lot and was built to order. It should be ready in the next 2 weeks
  • You were able to order a 2012 X5d or was it a 2011?
  • rags4026rags4026 Posts: 17
    Eco-credit is generally given for diesel vehicle right? So you must be talking about x5 35d. It also looks like you ordered a 2011 X5 as there is no premium package any more, In either case, which dealership/city was it?
  • md_boymd_boy Posts: 1
    Hey guys, first post here. I'm glad I found this thread; I was about to pick up a brand new 2011 X5 Diesel tomorrow AM. The sticker is about $66k and I'm getting it out the door for, inclusive of the eco-credit for $64k - including (6%) tax, title, fees, etc.

    I was told the invoice is around $62k and I'm getting $1k below invoice at $61k (inclusive of the eco-credit). So, the deal is an even $64k.

    Can I do better than this? Are there any other credits/rebates I should ask for? My family has been dealing with this dealership for about 15 years now.

    Thank you in advance and any help would greatly be appreciated.
  • gfish49gfish49 Posts: 24
    Wow - that is a great price! The most I have been able to get off msrp is $6500 to $7600. MSRP was between $63,235 and $64,235. Wish I could do that well.
  • goluckigolucki Posts: 4
    Sounds like 2011 model. Still that's a great deal. Where did you get this at?
  • bmwman4bmwman4 Posts: 1
    I would also like to know the dealership where this was purchased is the best deal I ever heard of and I have had 2 x5s and an x3.
  • gurvygurvy Posts: 6
    2 different 2011 X5diesel vehicles from same dealer in NY. both not there and will need to be trucked over. Let me know any comments. Thx.
    Sport pkg
    Sport Activity pkg
    Cold weather pkg
    Premium pkg
    Rear climate pkg
    Tech pkg
    running boards, roof rails, heated rear seats,sat radio, smart phone integration with adapter, BMW apps.

    Quote: $57,985 (MSRP $65,575). This includes the $3500 credit plus the $1000 owner loyalty credit. TTL is extra.

    Sport pkg
    Sport Activity pkg
    Cold weather pkg
    Premium pkg
    Premium sound pkg
    Rear climate pkg
    Tech pkg
    comfort access key
    3rd row with climate control
    running boards, roof rails, heated rear seats,sat radio, smart phone integration with adapter, BMW apps.

    Quote: $62,035 (MSRP $69,875). This includes the $3500 credit plus the $1000 owner loyalty credit. TTL is extra.
  • Looking to purchase a 2012 X5 w/ Sport Activity package.

    Jet Blk w/ oster or black leather
    Convenience Package
    Running Board

    MSRP $61,975.00
    Invoice: $57,050.00

    THis will be my first bmw, and looking to finance. ANy of you guys help me out on what price I should negotiate with? I'm thinking $58K, or do you guys think I can get it any lower?
  • I'm sorry for the delay. It was a 2011 X5d. I purchased it at BMW of the Main Line (Philadelphia area). Ask for Bruce.
  • I'm sorry for the delay. It was a 2011 X5d. I purchased it at BMW of the Main Line (Philadelphia area). Ask for Bruce.
  • I'm sorry for the delay. It was a 2011 X5d. I purchased it at BMW of the Main Line (Philadelphia area). I worked with Bruce.
  • Trying to figure out if this is a good price for a new 2011 X5 35d. Here are the details:

    2011 X5 xDrive 35d
    Titanium Silver Metallic
    Black Nevada Leather
    Dark Burl Wood Trim
    Cold Weather Package
    Premium Package
    Premium Sound Package
    Rear Climate Package
    Sport Activity Package with 19" style 335 wheels and all-season tires
    Multi-contour Seats
    Technology Package
    Roof Rails
    Running Boards
    BMW Apps
    BMW All Weather Rubber Floor Mats
    Destination & Handling

    MSRP = $66,299. Dealer willing to sell for $57,800 plus TTL. Seems like a great price since they are just about done making the '11s and the '12s are going up in price. Any input?
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