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2016 BMW X5 Prices Paid

MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,955
edited March 2016 in BMW
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  • 2016 X5M $106,695 MSRP
    Paid $98,033
    Lease payment with first month down is $1326
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,955

    2016 X5M $106,695 MSRP
    Paid $98,033
    Lease payment with first month down is $1326

    Seems like a pretty solid deal; thanks for checking in with us!

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  • atbat08atbat08 Posts: 1
    Thanks in advance for any assistance. I am looking to lease a 40e with an MSRP of $74,720.  The dealer is offering 9% off the MSRP and $5000 in lease cash. With zero out of pocket except first payment the deal is 953 per month. This is at 10,000 miles but I want to go with 20k. Does this seem reasonable or should them come off more on the percent of msrp?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,955
    atbat08 said:

    Thanks in advance for any assistance. I am looking to lease a 40e with an MSRP of $74,720.  The dealer is offering 9% off the MSRP and $5000 in lease cash. With zero out of pocket except first payment the deal is 953 per month. This is at 10,000 miles but I want to go with 20k. Does this seem reasonable or should them come off more on the percent of msrp?

    9% discount from MSRP is pretty strong, but I suppose it can't hurt to ask for more. The worst that could happen is that they say no.

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  • chrisch70chrisch70 Posts: 29
    atbat08 said:

    Thanks in advance for any assistance. I am looking to lease a 40e with an MSRP of $74,720.  The dealer is offering 9% off the MSRP and $5000 in lease cash. With zero out of pocket except first payment the deal is 953 per month. This is at 10,000 miles but I want to go with 20k. Does this seem reasonable or should them come off more on the percent of msrp?

    Atbat, what state are you in. Looking to lease a X5 e40 as well and the first casual conversation gave me only a 4% to 5% off MSRP versus your 9%?
  • nickb81nickb81 Posts: 36
    Looking to lease an X5eDrive...

    msrp: $66,695
    sales price: $61,831
    addl rebates: $6k (loyalty and lease cash)

    They are using a "pull ahead" on my existing lease and waiving my last 4 payments, but they say I'm nearly $1,200 upside down...which I cannot seem to understand. If they are waiving my last 4 payments, what inequity should there be?

    Does this seem to be a solid deal, or am I missing something? thanks in advance!
  • nickb81nickb81 Posts: 36
    In California BTW (8% sales tax)
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,955
    guedo said:

    Looking to lease an X5eDrive...

    msrp: $66,695
    sales price: $61,831
    addl rebates: $6k (loyalty and lease cash)

    They are using a "pull ahead" on my existing lease and waiving my last 4 payments, but they say I'm nearly $1,200 upside down...which I cannot seem to understand. If they are waiving my last 4 payments, what inequity should there be?

    Does this seem to be a solid deal, or am I missing something? thanks in advance!

    guedo said:

    In California BTW (8% sales tax)

    There is no pull ahead .. your current lease is being treated as a trade in. Current balance less trade value equals the $1200 negative equity. Check the "real world trade in values" for a second opinion on your trade - could be worth more than what the dealer is offering.

    What I don't see on this deal sheet is the adjusted cap cost. This would be the selling price plus any rolled in fees and taxes less cap cost reduction (in this case, the rebate).

    Using your numbers as-is, I get $879/mo with tax. Up front costs include the acquisition fee ($925), first payment, and DMV / dealer costs.

    You are at least being shown the MF, which is the base rate.

    Also, I'm showing $5000 lease credit .. are you also getting $1000 for another reason?

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  • nickb81nickb81 Posts: 36
    They said it was a loyalty credit.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,955
    guedo said:

    They said it was a loyalty credit.

    OK.

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  • nickb81nickb81 Posts: 36
    So is there a current pull ahead happening? I'm not sure why they show an inequity...
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,430
    guedo said:

    So is there a current pull ahead happening? I'm not sure why they show an inequity...

    No pull ahead that we know of.

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  • nickb81nickb81 Posts: 36
    Any idea on April numbers for X5 sdrive35, xdrive35/35d and 40e? Will the $2k/5k rebate carry over? For comparison, what are the march residuals for 36 months with 10k/ yr?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,430
    edited March 2016
    guedo said:

    Any idea on April numbers for X5 sdrive35, xdrive35/35d and 40e? Will the $2k/5k rebate carry over? For comparison, what are the march residuals for 36 months with 10k/ yr?

    April numbers come out on Friday.... likely to be early next week before we get them.

    Ask your X5 lease questions here, please:
    http://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/37218/bmw/x5/2016-bmw-x5-lease-questions#latest

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  • narayanan1narayanan1 Posts: 2
    I have been going through this forum and it has been super useful! Thank you!
    I am in market to buy X5-x35i. Wanted to know if there are any incentives/offers and your thoughts and below pricing.

    What i have currently -

    Dealer 1
    MSRP - $68,270
    Purchase Price - $63,288

    Dealer 2
    MSRP - $71,470
    Truecar Price - 66,580

    Used Car -
    MSRP - $70,000
    Miles - 5000 - in brilliant condition
    Original Purchase date - 11/1/2015
    Best Price - $59000

    Can you comment on the new car pricing and used car pricing? Is there any incentives to look into?

    Thanks again.
  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    edited May 2016
    There's some bonus money ($1,000) and low APR available. And a leasing incentive. Details on our Incentives page.

    Use can use the Make | Model dropdowns to get invoice and TMV numbers.

    To appraise a used car, try this link.
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