Car Buying Advice - 2017 X5 35i Lease possibility?

labattslabatts Member Posts: 4
edited April 2017 in BMW
Hi All -

I'm probably on crack here, but do you think there's any way that I can get - on an almost new X5 35i with around 6k miles, premium, cold weather, driver's assistance (listed for $56,950) - a lease of $550-$575 with no more than $5500 complete up front (including NY 8% tax and fees)? I'm wondering if there's some sort of combo of MSD's, cap reduction level, etc. that I can suggest to the dealer for the vehicle. I've been playing with various calculators and just don't have it quite right yet.

My preference is an almost new 40e but I think I'd have to be having something more powerful than crack to get to this price.

Thanks!

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  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoModerator Posts: 183,121
    labatts said:

    Hi All -

    I'm probably on crack here, but do you think there's any way that I can get - on an almost new X5 35i with around 6k miles, premium, cold weather, driver's assistance (listed for $56,950) - a lease of $550-$575 with no more than $5500 complete up front (including NY 8% tax and fees)? I'm wondering if there's some sort of combo of MSD's, cap reduction level, etc. that I can suggest to the dealer for the vehicle. I've been playing with various calculators and just don't have it quite right yet.

    My preference is an almost new 40e but I think I'd have to be having something more powerful than crack to get to this price.

    Thanks!

    .00146 and 55% for 36/15.

    Is the $56,950 the selling price? If so, what is the MSRP?

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