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2017 BMW X3 28i Price paid

muzammilmmuzammilm BostonPosts: 5
edited May 2016 in BMW
I have an offer from the dealer for a 2017 BMW X3 28i AWD SAV with MSRP of $46,695

Negotiated Purchase Price: $42,500
Tax: 6.25% MA --> $2678
Doc Fee: $349
TTL: $167.50

Grand Total: $45,699

Is this a good deal for a 2017 model?
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  • muzammilmmuzammilm BostonPosts: 5
    Included packages are as follow:

    Navigation System ($1,950)
    Driver Assistance Package ($950)
    Panoramic Moonroof ($1350)
    Heated Front Seats ($500)
  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    edited May 2016
    muzammilm said:

    I have an offer from the dealer for a 2017 BMW X3 28i AWD SAV with MSRP of $46,695

    Negotiated Purchase Price: $42,500

    Is this a good deal for a 2017 model?

    Invoice is $43,950 and TMV is MSRP ($46,695)

    I don't know my Bimmers but you're ~$1,500 below invoice and that's a good price for most cars.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,527
    stever said:

    muzammilm said:

    I have an offer from the dealer for a 2017 BMW X3 28i AWD SAV with MSRP of $46,695

    Negotiated Purchase Price: $42,500

    Is this a good deal for a 2017 model?

    Invoice is $43,950 and TMV is MSRP ($46,695)

    I don't know my Bimmers but you're ~$1,500 below invoice and that's a good price for most cars.
    For BMW, anything more than 7% off sticker is a good deal.

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  • muzammilmmuzammilm BostonPosts: 5
    Thanks everyone, picking up my first BMW today :)

    The dealer has been trying really hard to force me to get extra warranty and different coverage plan. I guess they want to make up for what they lost in negotiations, but I am not gonna bite. The only thing I considered is the $600 BMW prepaid maintenance as the new 2017 BMW only cover oil change for 3yr/36K miles. Any recommendations whether I should pay the $600 maintenance upfront?
  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
    edited May 2016
    My sister did that on her Subaru a few months back (against brotherly advice :) ).

    Salesperson showed her the dealer maintenance costs and she figured she'd save a bit on the scheduled services.

    First bit of mail she got from the dealer was a 50% off oil change coupon. :D

    BMW could be different I suppose.

    Congrats on the new ride!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067
    edited May 2016
    muzammilm said:

    Thanks everyone, picking up my first BMW today :)

    The dealer has been trying really hard to force me to get extra warranty and different coverage plan. I guess they want to make up for what they lost in negotiations, but I am not gonna bite. The only thing I considered is the $600 BMW prepaid maintenance as the new 2017 BMW only cover oil change for 3yr/36K miles. Any recommendations whether I should pay the $600 maintenance upfront?

    Does the $600 take the plan to 4yr/50K miles?

    Does it add any services/maintenance that the base plan does not have? (brakes, wipers, etc)

    How many miles/yr do you drive?

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  • muzammilmmuzammilm BostonPosts: 5
    edited May 2016
    Nope $600 is only for 3yr/36K and adds brakepads, rotors, and wiper blades to the existing maintenance service which is complementary. I am debating if I will even need the brakes within 3 yrs. I definitely won't get to 36K miles in the 3 yrs.

    The 4yr/50K extension is $1100 with same same coverage.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 128,067
    muzammilm said:

    Nope $600 is only for 3yr/36K and adds brakepads, rotors, and wiper blades to the existing maintenance service which is complementary. I am debating if I will even need the brakes within 3 yrs. I definitely won't get to 36K miles in the 3 yrs.

    The 4yr/50K extension is $1100 with same same coverage.

    I sure wouldn't add it just for brakes.. and, if you don't drive 12K/yr, I wouldn't add it, at all.

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  • rarekatrarekat Posts: 26
    Thats a very good price for the new 2017 model. Do you mind letting know the name and location of the dealer?
  • steverstever Posts: 52,462
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