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2017 BMW X5 Lease Deals and Prices

BEEMERXBEEMERX Posts: 6
edited August 30 in BMW
Hey Guys, does anyone have the lease numbers on the 2017 models?
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023
    Sure.. what term/mileage?

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  • I'd like to see how the 2017's compare to the 2016's for a 36 month/10k lease. I think you said previously that 2016's are 60% residual/.00137 MF right now.
  • BEEMERXBEEMERX Posts: 6
    edited August 2016
    kyfdx said:

    Sure.. what term/mileage?


    36 months, 10k miles...

    any incentives on these models? I know the 2016s had the 2,000 incentive..

    Also, side question can you please explain to me which incentives are taxed and which are not?

    TIA @Michaell & @kyfdx
  • 911rat911rat Posts: 11
    Kyfdx just helped me get great deal on 2016 x5d. Don't wait for any 2017 bmw. Hey are dropping brakes discs and brake pads and wipers for maintenance. Also dropping warranty to 3 year 36. Residuals are 3 percent better on 2016 too
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023
    tayloner said:

    I'd like to see how the 2017's compare to the 2016's for a 36 month/10k lease. I think you said previously that 2016's are 60% residual/.00137 MF right now.

    2017: .00137 MF and 57% residual

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023
    BEEMERX said:

    kyfdx said:

    Sure.. what term/mileage?


    36 months, 10k miles...

    any incentives on these models? I know the 2016s had the 2,000 incentive..

    Also, side question can you please explain to me which incentives are taxed and which are not?

    TIA @Michaell & @kyfdx
    .00137 MF and 57% residual

    No incentives. Generally, any customer incentive is applied as a CAP cost reduction, and taxed. Hidden dealer incentives just result in a lower purchase price (hopefully) and are not taxed.

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  • I'm looking for Sept MF and residual for X5 x35i 36/12000. Any incentives? Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023

    I'm looking for Sept MF and residual for X5 x35i 36/12000. Any incentives? Thanks

    Sorry.. we don't have the new numbers, yet.

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  • Looking for residual and factor for a 2017 X5 (xDrive50i). Southeast Michigan. 36/15,000

    Thank you!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023
    pbenson1 said:

    Looking for residual and factor for a 2017 X5 (xDrive50i). Southeast Michigan. 36/15,000

    Thank you!

    .00136 MF and 55% residual

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  • Do you have numbers for Sept MF and residual for X5 x35i 36/12000 now? Any incentives? Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023

    Do you have numbers for Sept MF and residual for X5 x35i 36/12000 now? Any incentives? Thanks

    .00136 MF and 57% residual.
    $1000 option allowance

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  • wackenhutwackenhut Posts: 6
    edited September 2016
    Could someone please provide the residual and MF for 10,000 miles per year, 36 months for a 2017 X5 3.5 RWD and AWD?

    Thank you!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 56,491
    wackenhut said:

    Could someone please provide the residual and MF for 10,000 miles per year, 36 months for a 2017 X5 3.5 RWD and AWD?

    Thank you!

    .00136 MF and 58% residual.
    $1000 option allowance

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  • I am working on a deal involving a one pay lease in Texas on a 2017 AWD X5 for 36 months/10,000 miles per year. I am being told that in order to use sales tax credits on the lease (which seems to be a Texas specific benefit and which is what makes the one pay approach an appealing option over MSDs), they can't use the .00136 money factor since it is an "incentive" rate and they have to use regional money factors (which I haven't run across before in my research). I didn't think there was an incentive rate in place on the X5 right now and that the .00136 money factor was the base rate. Am curious whether anyone has ever heard of that distinction. They also seem to be ignoring the .0003 reduction for a one pay lease (no specific statement that it was tied to the use of sales tax credits). Does anyone know whether that's an incentive that is no longer offered?

    Just for the full picture, this is where the offer stands now:

    MSRP: $65,970
    Selling Price: $62,990 (seems like they are counting the $1000 option incentive in here although it is not specifically mentioned in their quote)
    Adjusted Cap Cost: $63,938.75 (they have capitalized a (somewhat inflated) acquisition fee of $948.75, which I will ask them take out of the capitalized amount since it will be paid upfront)
    Money Factor: .00165 (best regional money factor available of .00155 marked up by another .0001)
    Total Additional Fees (title and reg): $245.25
    Residual: 58%

    Thanks in advance.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023
    bluerow3 said:

    I am working on a deal involving a one pay lease in Texas on a 2017 AWD X5 for 36 months/10,000 miles per year. I am being told that in order to use sales tax credits on the lease (which seems to be a Texas specific benefit and which is what makes the one pay approach an appealing option over MSDs), they can't use the .00136 money factor since it is an "incentive" rate and they have to use regional money factors (which I haven't run across before in my research). I didn't think there was an incentive rate in place on the X5 right now and that the .00136 money factor was the base rate. Am curious whether anyone has ever heard of that distinction. They also seem to be ignoring the .0003 reduction for a one pay lease (no specific statement that it was tied to the use of sales tax credits). Does anyone know whether that's an incentive that is no longer offered?

    Just for the full picture, this is where the offer stands now:

    MSRP: $65,970
    Selling Price: $62,990 (seems like they are counting the $1000 option incentive in here although it is not specifically mentioned in their quote)
    Adjusted Cap Cost: $63,938.75 (they have capitalized a (somewhat inflated) acquisition fee of $948.75, which I will ask them take out of the capitalized amount since it will be paid upfront)
    Money Factor: .00165 (best regional money factor available of .00155 marked up by another .0001)
    Total Additional Fees (title and reg): $245.25
    Residual: 58%

    Thanks in advance.

    There could be some sort of restriction to using tax credits, but if I had to guess, it's just a straight money factor markup over the base rate. I'm not sure I'd do a full pre-pay to save .00030, when you can do 7 MSDs and save .00049 on the money factor.

    They can't markup the $925 acq.fee, so they must have some other fee or tax added into that number.

    If you are only getting $2000 off plus the $1000 incentive, then that's not a very good price.

    Even if this is your preferred dealer, it might pay to shop around, to see what other dealers have to say about tax credits, etc. That way, you can find out what is real, and what is BS.

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  • bluerow3bluerow3 Posts: 3
    edited September 2016
    kyfdx said:

    bluerow3 said:

    I am working on a deal involving a one pay lease in Texas on a 2017 AWD X5 for 36 months/10,000 miles per year. I am being told that in order to use sales tax credits on the lease (which seems to be a Texas specific benefit and which is what makes the one pay approach an appealing option over MSDs), they can't use the .00136 money factor since it is an "incentive" rate and they have to use regional money factors (which I haven't run across before in my research). I didn't think there was an incentive rate in place on the X5 right now and that the .00136 money factor was the base rate. Am curious whether anyone has ever heard of that distinction. They also seem to be ignoring the .0003 reduction for a one pay lease (no specific statement that it was tied to the use of sales tax credits). Does anyone know whether that's an incentive that is no longer offered?

    Just for the full picture, this is where the offer stands now:

    MSRP: $65,970
    Selling Price: $62,990 (seems like they are counting the $1000 option incentive in here although it is not specifically mentioned in their quote)
    Adjusted Cap Cost: $63,938.75 (they have capitalized a (somewhat inflated) acquisition fee of $948.75, which I will ask them take out of the capitalized amount since it will be paid upfront)
    Money Factor: .00165 (best regional money factor available of .00155 marked up by another .0001)
    Total Additional Fees (title and reg): $245.25
    Residual: 58%

    Thanks in advance.

    There could be some sort of restriction to using tax credits, but if I had to guess, it's just a straight money factor markup over the base rate. I'm not sure I'd do a full pre-pay to save .00030, when you can do 7 MSDs and save .00049 on the money factor.

    They can't markup the $925 acq.fee, so they must have some other fee or tax added into that number.

    If you are only getting $2000 off plus the $1000 incentive, then that's not a very good price.

    Even if this is your preferred dealer, it might pay to shop around, to see what other dealers have to say about tax credits, etc. That way, you can find out what is real, and what is BS.
    Thanks kyfdx. I just needed someone to confirm my gut feeling that they were being intentionally misleading (and also my sense that this wasn't a great deal all around). I would never have been able to figure that out though if not for all of the information that you help provide us around here, so thanks again for the great work.
  • Hello - working on a 2017 X5 xDrive 35 lease, 36mo/12k a year with no money down. Net Price we settled on is $60,134.20, Residual is 58%, and money factor is .00169 (they admit the national rate is .00137 but claim they need to make money here on this). Tax locally is 7.5%. On those numbers, they are quoting me $891/month all in, which seems high based on my math. Any thoughts would be much appreciated!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 56,491

    Hello - working on a 2017 X5 xDrive 35 lease, 36mo/12k a year with no money down. Net Price we settled on is $60,134.20, Residual is 58%, and money factor is .00169 (they admit the national rate is .00137 but claim they need to make money here on this). Tax locally is 7.5%. On those numbers, they are quoting me $891/month all in, which seems high based on my math. Any thoughts would be much appreciated!

    What is the MSRP and how much money are they asking for at signing?

    $891/mo does seem like a high payment for an X5, but we'll need the details to know for sure.

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  • Michaell said:

    Hello - working on a 2017 X5 xDrive 35 lease, 36mo/12k a year with no money down. Net Price we settled on is $60,134.20, Residual is 58%, and money factor is .00169 (they admit the national rate is .00137 but claim they need to make money here on this). Tax locally is 7.5%. On those numbers, they are quoting me $891/month all in, which seems high based on my math. Any thoughts would be much appreciated!

    What is the MSRP and how much money are they asking for at signing?

    $891/mo does seem like a high payment for an X5, but we'll need the details to know for sure.
    MSRP is $64,045. I don't think they are asking for anything at signing other than the first month's payment, but we haven't gotten that far yet.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 56,491

    Michaell said:

    Hello - working on a 2017 X5 xDrive 35 lease, 36mo/12k a year with no money down. Net Price we settled on is $60,134.20, Residual is 58%, and money factor is .00169 (they admit the national rate is .00137 but claim they need to make money here on this). Tax locally is 7.5%. On those numbers, they are quoting me $891/month all in, which seems high based on my math. Any thoughts would be much appreciated!

    What is the MSRP and how much money are they asking for at signing?

    $891/mo does seem like a high payment for an X5, but we'll need the details to know for sure.
    MSRP is $64,045. I don't think they are asking for anything at signing other than the first month's payment, but we haven't gotten that far yet.
    I get $863/mo (tax included) with those prices. My guess is that the acquisition fee is being added into the selling price.

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  • feisarfeisar Posts: 7
    edited September 2016
    Completed a custom ordered 2017 X5 xDrive35 scheduled to be finished 09/21. Did a bit of leasing home work before communicating with our dealer. Thinking we did fairly good given new 2017s are just coming in and early fall plus they're doing a 3 month pull ahead on our current BMW.

    Space gray
    Mocha nappa leather

    ZCW Cold weather
    ZDA Driver assistance
    ZDB Driver assistance plus
    ZLP Adapative LED lighting package
    ZMD Mocha interior design package
    ZPP Premium package
    456 Multi-contour seats
    688 Harman Kardon

    MSRP: 71780
    Invoice: 67,465


    Selling price: 63,965
    (Invoice less 1500, option credit 1000, BMWFS loyalty 1000)

    Fees: 1372.50 (925 acquisition, 300 doc, 147.50 tags/registration)
    Sales tax: 2667 VA
    Down payment: 1000 (usually do no down, no MSDs but had extra cash from BMWCCA)
    First month: 750
    Due @ signing: 5789.50

    Lease term: 36mo/12K
    Residual: 57%
    MF: 0.00136

    $750-752/mo

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 56,491
    feisar said:

    Completed a custom ordered 2017 X5 xDrive35 scheduled to be finished 09/21. Did a bit of leasing home work before communicating with our dealer. Thinking we did fairly good given new 2017s are just coming in and early fall plus they're doing a 3 month pull ahead on our current BMW.

    Space gray
    Mocha nappa leather

    ZCW Cold weather
    ZDA Driver assistance
    ZDB Driver assistance plus
    ZLP Adapative LED lighting package
    ZMD Mocha interior design package
    ZPP Premium package
    456 Multi-contour seats
    688 Harman Kardon

    MSRP: 71780
    Invoice: 67,465


    Selling price: 63,965
    (Invoice less 1500, option credit 1000, BMWFS loyalty 1000)

    Fees: 1372.50 (925 acquisition, 300 doc, 147.50 tags/registration)
    Sales tax: 2667 VA
    Down payment: 1000 (usually do no down, no MSDs but had extra cash from BMWCCA)
    First month: 750
    Due @ signing: 5789.50

    Lease term: 36mo/12K
    Residual: 57%
    MF: 0.00136

    $750-752/mo

    Solid deal - congrats!

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  • For everyone's benefit - picked up a 2017 BMW X5 earlier this week. Below are the specs, price paid, etc. Dealer had vehicle in inventory.

    Glacier Silver - $700
    Cold Weather - $550
    Diver Assistance - $1,400
    Driver Assistance Plus - $1,700
    Lighting Package - $1,900
    M Sport Package - $3,550
    Multi contour seats - $950
    Premium Package - $2,700
    3rd Row - $1,700
    Ceramic Controls-$650
    Apple CarPlay - $300
    Harmon Kardon surround sound - $875

    Destination charge $995

    MSRP $ 75,770
    Negotiated price: $70,686

    Lease terms: 3 years, 30k miles. MF .00136. Residual .58. Upfront NJ sales tax (7%)

    Monthly cost-$899

    I believe I got a good deal....


  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 63,023
    Congrats on the new BMW!

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  • elansp said:

    For everyone's benefit - picked up a 2017 BMW X5 earlier this week. Below are the specs, price paid, etc. Dealer had vehicle in inventory.

    Glacier Silver - $700
    Cold Weather - $550
    Diver Assistance - $1,400
    Driver Assistance Plus - $1,700
    Lighting Package - $1,900
    M Sport Package - $3,550
    Multi contour seats - $950
    Premium Package - $2,700
    3rd Row - $1,700
    Ceramic Controls-$650
    Apple CarPlay - $300
    Harmon Kardon surround sound - $875

    Destination charge $995

    MSRP $ 75,770
    Negotiated price: $70,686

    Lease terms: 3 years, 30k miles. MF .00136. Residual .58. Upfront NJ sales tax (7%)

    Monthly cost-$899

    I believe I got a good deal....


    elansp Congrats on the deal! Is that payment you quoted total or before taxes? I'm trying to work on something similar and can't quite figure out how you got there. On your numbers I'm getting a base payment of $742~ and an interest payment of $155~ that puts you right at $899 before tax...or $961 with 7% on it. Any thoughts would help me figure out my own math on a deal I'm working on. Thanks!!
  • elansp said:

    For everyone's benefit - picked up a 2017 BMW X5 earlier this week. Below are the specs, price paid, etc. Dealer had vehicle in inventory.

    Glacier Silver - $700
    Cold Weather - $550
    Diver Assistance - $1,400
    Driver Assistance Plus - $1,700
    Lighting Package - $1,900
    M Sport Package - $3,550
    Multi contour seats - $950
    Premium Package - $2,700
    3rd Row - $1,700
    Ceramic Controls-$650
    Apple CarPlay - $300
    Harmon Kardon surround sound - $875

    Destination charge $995

    MSRP $ 75,770
    Negotiated price: $70,686

    Lease terms: 3 years, 30k miles. MF .00136. Residual .58. Upfront NJ sales tax (7%)

    Monthly cost-$899

    I believe I got a good deal....


    elansp Congrats on the deal! Is that payment you quoted total or before taxes? I'm trying to work on something similar and can't quite figure out how you got there. On your numbers I'm getting a base payment of $742~ and an interest payment of $155~ that puts you right at $899 before tax...or $961 with 7% on it. Any thoughts would help me figure out my own math on a deal I'm working on. Thanks!!
    Hi dantastic-

    That deal is total (all-in). I also supposedly got loyalty $1k credit along with another $950 where they picked up the last 2 payments on my MDX. I believe there should also be another $1k for Sept but not sure if it's all baked in there. I did take a snapshot of the finance guy's computer screen - looks like my cash (item #13 was $6,081.90 - I did get tire and rim protection for approx. $1,495 and it looks like they've added that into this number). Govt fees 599.25, taxes $2,482.56, Item # 14 Rebate $1k, item # 17 doc fee $498, item # 4 price $70,686.62 total aftmkt 1,594.

    Hope all this helps you.
  • Thought I would preview a new deal that I am working on with the forum: 2017 X5 xDrive 35i, MSRP $63,695, negotiated price of $59,940 with an extra $1k loyalty on top of that for a final price of $58,940. Then with a 58% residual on 36mo/10k a year lease, a money factor of .00136 and 7.65% Colorado tax, with $0 down the payment came out to $800 all in with taxes included. Only thing I would pay at signing is first month of $800 and acquisition fee of $925. Any thoughts? Many thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 56,491

    Thought I would preview a new deal that I am working on with the forum: 2017 X5 xDrive 35i, MSRP $63,695, negotiated price of $59,940 with an extra $1k loyalty on top of that for a final price of $58,940. Then with a 58% residual on 36mo/10k a year lease, a money factor of .00136 and 7.65% Colorado tax, with $0 down the payment came out to $800 all in with taxes included. Only thing I would pay at signing is first month of $800 and acquisition fee of $925. Any thoughts? Many thanks!

    I get $798/mo with those numbers - could be a rounding error.

    Confirm the adjusted cap cost with the dealer. Might be tax on the incentive that is the difference.

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  • Michaell said:

    Thought I would preview a new deal that I am working on with the forum: 2017 X5 xDrive 35i, MSRP $63,695, negotiated price of $59,940 with an extra $1k loyalty on top of that for a final price of $58,940. Then with a 58% residual on 36mo/10k a year lease, a money factor of .00136 and 7.65% Colorado tax, with $0 down the payment came out to $800 all in with taxes included. Only thing I would pay at signing is first month of $800 and acquisition fee of $925. Any thoughts? Many thanks!

    I get $798/mo with those numbers - could be a rounding error.

    Confirm the adjusted cap cost with the dealer. Might be tax on the incentive that is the difference.
    Will do - thank you, Michaell!
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