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xraydoc1xraydoc1 Posts: 2
edited September 2017 in BMW
Does anybody have MF and residuals for 2018 M4 36/12k
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    xraydoc1 said:

    Does anybody have MF and residuals for 2018 M4 36/12k

    .00151 MF and 56% residual

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  • xraydoc1xraydoc1 Posts: 2
    Thanks!
  • reloadxreloadx Posts: 15
    Hi, could you please let me know the MF/RV for a 2018 M4 Coupe for 36/10k and 36/7.5K (if they have it)
    thx
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    reloadx said:

    Hi, could you please let me know the MF/RV for a 2018 M4 Coupe for 36/10k and 36/7.5K (if they have it)
    thx

    .00151 MF and 57% residual for 36/10.
    No 7.5K allowance offered

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  • bb12345bb12345 Posts: 4
    edited August 2017
    Hi there!

    I was wondering if you could provide the MF/RV for a 2018 M4 Convertible 36/10k. What percentage should I be looking for off MSRP? can one still expect to get 7% off M series cars before incentives? Also, can fleet + new grad cap reductions be stacked?

    Thank you so much for your time!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    bb12345 said:

    Hi there!

    I was wondering if you could provide the MF/RV for a 2018 M4 Convertible 36/10k. What percentage should I be looking for off MSRP? can one still expect to get 7% off M series cars before incentives? Also, can fleet + new grad cap reductions be stacked?

    Thank you so much for your time!

    .00151 and 57%

    Always target 7% off MSRP before incentives for BMW. You may not get it, but it's a good place to start

    Yes, those incentives should stack.

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  • bb12345bb12345 Posts: 4
    Michaell said:

    bb12345 said:

    Hi there!

    I was wondering if you could provide the MF/RV for a 2018 M4 Convertible 36/10k. What percentage should I be looking for off MSRP? can one still expect to get 7% off M series cars before incentives? Also, can fleet + new grad cap reductions be stacked?

    Thank you so much for your time!

    .00151 and 57%

    Always target 7% off MSRP before incentives for BMW. You may not get it, but it's a good place to start

    Yes, those incentives should stack.
    Thanks! Will I be able to get .00131 with fleet?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    bb12345 said:

    Michaell said:

    bb12345 said:

    Hi there!

    I was wondering if you could provide the MF/RV for a 2018 M4 Convertible 36/10k. What percentage should I be looking for off MSRP? can one still expect to get 7% off M series cars before incentives? Also, can fleet + new grad cap reductions be stacked?

    Thank you so much for your time!

    .00151 and 57%

    Always target 7% off MSRP before incentives for BMW. You may not get it, but it's a good place to start

    Yes, those incentives should stack.
    Thanks! Will I be able to get .00131 with fleet?
    I believe the MF discount for fleet has been discontinued.

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  • fyk1985fyk1985 Posts: 3
    edited August 2017
    What's the current MF/RV for 10k/36month lease of 2018 M4? My dealer told me it's 0.00180 and 58%. Would they improve according to previous years' history?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    fyk1985 said:

    What's the current MF/RV for 10k/36month lease of 2018 M4? My dealer told me it's 0.00180 and 58%. Would they improve according to previous years' history?

    .00151 and 57%

    It's possible the residual will improve once the 2017 inventory is cleared out, but don't hold me to that. :wink:

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  • Hi, Can I please get the September 10k/36m MF and RV for a 2018 M4 (California)? Thanks!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    pravinjc said:

    Hi, Can I please get the September 10k/36m MF and RV for a 2018 M4 (California)? Thanks!

    .00152 and 57%

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  • somerdazesomerdaze Posts: 5
    edited September 2017
    Hi, can you please provide me the RV and MF for a 2018 M4 convertible,  for 36/15K? Also, do you know the up front add for additional  - SF Bay Area. Thanks 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    edited October 2017
    somerdaze said:

    Hi, can you please provide me the RV and MF for a 2018 M4 convertible,  for 36/15K? Also, do you know the up front add for additional  - SF Bay Area. Thanks 

    .00152 and 54%

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    somerdaze said:

    Hi, can you please provide me the RV and MF for a 2018 M4 convertible,  for 36/15K? Also, do you know the up front add for additional  - SF Bay Area. Thanks 

    Additional miles?

    $0.15-$0.25 on lower priced models. It might be higher on an M4

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  • Michaell said:

    pravinjc said:

    Hi, Can I please get the September 10k/36m MF and RV for a 2018 M4 (California)? Thanks!

    .00152 and 57%
    Any changes for October? Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    pravinjc said:

    Michaell said:

    pravinjc said:

    Hi, Can I please get the September 10k/36m MF and RV for a 2018 M4 (California)? Thanks!

    .00152 and 57%
    Any changes for October? Thanks!
    The new programs don't start until tomorrow.

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  • mtgobsnmtgobsn Posts: 14
    What's the MF and residuals for 2018 M4 Coupe for 10k/12k/15k miles. Any special lease incentives?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    mtgobsn said:

    What's the MF and residuals for 2018 M4 Coupe for 10k/12k/15k miles. Any special lease incentives?

    What lease term?

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  • mtgobsnmtgobsn Posts: 14
    Michaell said:
    What's the MF and residuals for 2018 M4 Coupe for 10k/12k/15k miles. Any special lease incentives?
    What lease term?
    36 months. Looking at a M4 with MRSP of $73k.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    mtgobsn said:


    Michaell said:

    mtgobsn said:

    What's the MF and residuals for 2018 M4 Coupe for 10k/12k/15k miles. Any special lease incentives?

    What lease term?

    36 months. Looking at a M4 with MRSP of $73k.

    .00152 and 57% / 56% / 54%

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  • mtgobsnmtgobsn Posts: 14
    Michaell said:

    mtgobsn said:


    Michaell said:

    mtgobsn said:

    What's the MF and residuals for 2018 M4 Coupe for 10k/12k/15k miles. Any special lease incentives?

    What lease term?

    36 months. Looking at a M4 with MRSP of $73k.
    .00152 and 57% / 56% / 54%

    Thank you so much! Are these the same rates for a 440i xdrive models? NJ is state.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    mtgobsn said:

    Michaell said:

    mtgobsn said:


    Michaell said:

    mtgobsn said:

    What's the MF and residuals for 2018 M4 Coupe for 10k/12k/15k miles. Any special lease incentives?

    What lease term?

    36 months. Looking at a M4 with MRSP of $73k.
    .00152 and 57% / 56% / 54%
    Thank you so much! Are these the same rates for a 440i xdrive models? NJ is state.



    Yes

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  • ny2cany2ca Posts: 9
    Hello...wondering if anyone has info on a 36/12 M4 Convertible in SoFL and can confirm the Nov $2K lease cash and $750 loyalty ? Thanks in advance
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    ny2ca said:

    Hello...wondering if anyone has info on a 36/12 M4 Convertible in SoFL and can confirm the Nov $2K lease cash and $750 loyalty ? Thanks in advance

    .00152 MF and 54% residual for 36/15
    $2000 lease credit.

    No info on loyalty incentives

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  • This post is two-fold with respect to an 2018 M4 Convertible (manual) (in the NY metro area)--looking to lease in Dec. 2017--
    (i) What is the MF and RV for 10K miles for 36 months?

    (ii) Based on a previous post (see Michaell Colorado, Aug 18), which states, "target 7% off MSRP before incentives for BMW. You may not get it, but it's a good place to start"
    --> If the MSRP is approx. $79K--starting at 7% off MSRP brings cap cost down to $73,470
    -->If we add $2K BMW Financial Services incentive and $750 customer loyalty incentive being offered--the cap cost is reduced to $70,720
    Q: is an initial cap cost of $70,720 a reasonable price to start the negotiation?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199

    This post is two-fold with respect to an 2018 M4 Convertible (manual) (in the NY metro area)--looking to lease in Dec. 2017--
    (i) What is the MF and RV for 10K miles for 36 months?

    (ii) Based on a previous post (see Michaell Colorado, Aug 18), which states, "target 7% off MSRP before incentives for BMW. You may not get it, but it's a good place to start"
    --> If the MSRP is approx. $79K--starting at 7% off MSRP brings cap cost down to $73,470
    -->If we add $2K BMW Financial Services incentive and $750 customer loyalty incentive being offered--the cap cost is reduced to $70,720
    Q: is an initial cap cost of $70,720 a reasonable price to start the negotiation?

    1. .00152 and 57%
    2. I agree with your pricing logic - you might want to start a bit lower, to give yourself room to work up to your target

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  • Hi
    I'm looking to lease a 2018 m4 coupe and I got the below numbers from a local dealer and wanted to see if it was a decent deal.

    vehicle price: $80,285.00
    preferred discount: $3000
    rebate: $4500
    selling price after rebate: $72785.00
    tax: $4720.91
    fees $357.25
    out the door price: $77863.16

    lease rates w $0 down
    36mo/10k: $1220.90
    36mo/12k: $1242.33

    i'm not sure if i did the math correctly but when I calculate for the mf i get 0.00246 which seems extremely high.
    he did say that the rebate is $3500 for lease instead of $4500 so i'm assuming the monthly rates are adjusted with an additional $1000.

    when i asked how flexible these numbers are and he said this is the deal.
    what would be the best thing to do next? should i take these numbers and go to a different bmw dealer?

    sorry for all the questions, i'm a bit of a first timer.
    Thanks for your help!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    shl5812 said:

    Hi
    I'm looking to lease a 2018 m4 coupe and I got the below numbers from a local dealer and wanted to see if it was a decent deal.

    vehicle price: $80,285.00
    preferred discount: $3000
    rebate: $4500
    selling price after rebate: $72785.00
    tax: $4720.91
    fees $357.25
    out the door price: $77863.16

    lease rates w $0 down
    36mo/10k: $1220.90
    36mo/12k: $1242.33

    i'm not sure if i did the math correctly but when I calculate for the mf i get 0.00246 which seems extremely high.
    he did say that the rebate is $3500 for lease instead of $4500 so i'm assuming the monthly rates are adjusted with an additional $1000.

    when i asked how flexible these numbers are and he said this is the deal.
    what would be the best thing to do next? should i take these numbers and go to a different bmw dealer?

    sorry for all the questions, i'm a bit of a first timer.
    Thanks for your help!

    .00152 and 56% (36/12) or 57% (36/10); dealer can only mark it up to .00192

    I only see $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty incentive

    You want to target 6% off sticker, before incentives. Ask for another $2K off the sticker price.

    What state it this? Tax amount looks really high.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • Michaell said:

    shl5812 said:

    Hi
    I'm looking to lease a 2018 m4 coupe and I got the below numbers from a local dealer and wanted to see if it was a decent deal.

    vehicle price: $80,285.00
    preferred discount: $3000
    rebate: $4500
    selling price after rebate: $72785.00
    tax: $4720.91
    fees $357.25
    out the door price: $77863.16

    lease rates w $0 down
    36mo/10k: $1220.90
    36mo/12k: $1242.33

    i'm not sure if i did the math correctly but when I calculate for the mf i get 0.00246 which seems extremely high.
    he did say that the rebate is $3500 for lease instead of $4500 so i'm assuming the monthly rates are adjusted with an additional $1000.

    when i asked how flexible these numbers are and he said this is the deal.
    what would be the best thing to do next? should i take these numbers and go to a different bmw dealer?

    sorry for all the questions, i'm a bit of a first timer.
    Thanks for your help!

    .00152 and 56% (36/12) or 57% (36/10); dealer can only mark it up to .00192

    I only see $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty incentive

    You want to target 6% off sticker, before incentives. Ask for another $2K off the sticker price.

    What state it this? Tax amount looks really high.
    i'm in Texas.
    so if I can get them to drop the msrp to 6% before rebate I should take the deal?
    I know i've been reading it's hard to get a break in both msrp and mf.

    and if you don't mind me asking, how did you come up w $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty credit?
    he told me $3000 was because the company i work with gets a discount

    thanks again for your help!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    shl5812 said:

    Michaell said:

    shl5812 said:

    Hi
    I'm looking to lease a 2018 m4 coupe and I got the below numbers from a local dealer and wanted to see if it was a decent deal.

    vehicle price: $80,285.00
    preferred discount: $3000
    rebate: $4500
    selling price after rebate: $72785.00
    tax: $4720.91
    fees $357.25
    out the door price: $77863.16

    lease rates w $0 down
    36mo/10k: $1220.90
    36mo/12k: $1242.33

    i'm not sure if i did the math correctly but when I calculate for the mf i get 0.00246 which seems extremely high.
    he did say that the rebate is $3500 for lease instead of $4500 so i'm assuming the monthly rates are adjusted with an additional $1000.

    when i asked how flexible these numbers are and he said this is the deal.
    what would be the best thing to do next? should i take these numbers and go to a different bmw dealer?

    sorry for all the questions, i'm a bit of a first timer.
    Thanks for your help!

    .00152 and 56% (36/12) or 57% (36/10); dealer can only mark it up to .00192

    I only see $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty incentive

    You want to target 6% off sticker, before incentives. Ask for another $2K off the sticker price.

    What state it this? Tax amount looks really high.
    i'm in Texas.
    so if I can get them to drop the msrp to 6% before rebate I should take the deal?
    I know i've been reading it's hard to get a break in both msrp and mf.

    and if you don't mind me asking, how did you come up w $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty credit?
    he told me $3000 was because the company i work with gets a discount

    thanks again for your help!
    We wouldn't have information about your company.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdx said:

    shl5812 said:

    Michaell said:

    shl5812 said:

    Hi
    I'm looking to lease a 2018 m4 coupe and I got the below numbers from a local dealer and wanted to see if it was a decent deal.

    vehicle price: $80,285.00
    preferred discount: $3000
    rebate: $4500
    selling price after rebate: $72785.00
    tax: $4720.91
    fees $357.25
    out the door price: $77863.16

    lease rates w $0 down
    36mo/10k: $1220.90
    36mo/12k: $1242.33

    i'm not sure if i did the math correctly but when I calculate for the mf i get 0.00246 which seems extremely high.
    he did say that the rebate is $3500 for lease instead of $4500 so i'm assuming the monthly rates are adjusted with an additional $1000.

    when i asked how flexible these numbers are and he said this is the deal.
    what would be the best thing to do next? should i take these numbers and go to a different bmw dealer?

    sorry for all the questions, i'm a bit of a first timer.
    Thanks for your help!

    .00152 and 56% (36/12) or 57% (36/10); dealer can only mark it up to .00192

    I only see $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty incentive

    You want to target 6% off sticker, before incentives. Ask for another $2K off the sticker price.

    What state it this? Tax amount looks really high.
    i'm in Texas.
    so if I can get them to drop the msrp to 6% before rebate I should take the deal?
    I know i've been reading it's hard to get a break in both msrp and mf.

    and if you don't mind me asking, how did you come up w $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty credit?
    he told me $3000 was because the company i work with gets a discount

    thanks again for your help!
    We wouldn't have information about your company.
    will the rebate and rates will get better come february or should I try to lock it down before end of december?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    shl5812 said:

    kyfdx said:

    shl5812 said:

    Michaell said:

    shl5812 said:

    Hi
    I'm looking to lease a 2018 m4 coupe and I got the below numbers from a local dealer and wanted to see if it was a decent deal.

    vehicle price: $80,285.00
    preferred discount: $3000
    rebate: $4500
    selling price after rebate: $72785.00
    tax: $4720.91
    fees $357.25
    out the door price: $77863.16

    lease rates w $0 down
    36mo/10k: $1220.90
    36mo/12k: $1242.33

    i'm not sure if i did the math correctly but when I calculate for the mf i get 0.00246 which seems extremely high.
    he did say that the rebate is $3500 for lease instead of $4500 so i'm assuming the monthly rates are adjusted with an additional $1000.

    when i asked how flexible these numbers are and he said this is the deal.
    what would be the best thing to do next? should i take these numbers and go to a different bmw dealer?

    sorry for all the questions, i'm a bit of a first timer.
    Thanks for your help!

    .00152 and 56% (36/12) or 57% (36/10); dealer can only mark it up to .00192

    I only see $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty incentive

    You want to target 6% off sticker, before incentives. Ask for another $2K off the sticker price.

    What state it this? Tax amount looks really high.
    i'm in Texas.
    so if I can get them to drop the msrp to 6% before rebate I should take the deal?
    I know i've been reading it's hard to get a break in both msrp and mf.

    and if you don't mind me asking, how did you come up w $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty credit?
    he told me $3000 was because the company i work with gets a discount

    thanks again for your help!
    We wouldn't have information about your company.
    will the rebate and rates will get better come february or should I try to lock it down before end of december?
    shl5812 said:

    kyfdx said:

    shl5812 said:

    Michaell said:

    shl5812 said:

    Hi
    I'm looking to lease a 2018 m4 coupe and I got the below numbers from a local dealer and wanted to see if it was a decent deal.

    vehicle price: $80,285.00
    preferred discount: $3000
    rebate: $4500
    selling price after rebate: $72785.00
    tax: $4720.91
    fees $357.25
    out the door price: $77863.16

    lease rates w $0 down
    36mo/10k: $1220.90
    36mo/12k: $1242.33

    i'm not sure if i did the math correctly but when I calculate for the mf i get 0.00246 which seems extremely high.
    he did say that the rebate is $3500 for lease instead of $4500 so i'm assuming the monthly rates are adjusted with an additional $1000.

    when i asked how flexible these numbers are and he said this is the deal.
    what would be the best thing to do next? should i take these numbers and go to a different bmw dealer?

    sorry for all the questions, i'm a bit of a first timer.
    Thanks for your help!

    .00152 and 56% (36/12) or 57% (36/10); dealer can only mark it up to .00192

    I only see $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty incentive

    You want to target 6% off sticker, before incentives. Ask for another $2K off the sticker price.

    What state it this? Tax amount looks really high.
    i'm in Texas.
    so if I can get them to drop the msrp to 6% before rebate I should take the deal?
    I know i've been reading it's hard to get a break in both msrp and mf.

    and if you don't mind me asking, how did you come up w $2000 lease credit and $750 loyalty credit?
    he told me $3000 was because the company i work with gets a discount

    thanks again for your help!
    We wouldn't have information about your company.
    will the rebate and rates will get better come february or should I try to lock it down before end of december?
    We really have no visibility on what might happen in the future.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Gotta be one of the worst deals I’ve ever seen. Why are you paying over invoice of the car is on the lot?
  • arb1330arb1330 Posts: 33
    Jan numbers, 36/10 coupe?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    arb1330 said:

    Jan numbers, 36/10 coupe?

    .00152 and 57%
    $3000 lease credit

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  • pher009pher009 Posts: 10
    Looking for 36 month M4 convertible 10k and 12k miles please.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    pher009 said:

    Looking for 36 month M4 convertible 10k and 12k miles please.

    .00152 MF and 57%/56% residual
    $1000 lease credit

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    Edmunds Moderator

  • hi,
    what are the numbers for a M4 coupe 36 months/10k miles for 33025?
    Thanks
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    paulmiami said:

    hi,
    what are the numbers for a M4 coupe 36 months/10k miles for 33025?
    Thanks

    .00152 and 60%

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  • Hi there,

    Does anybody have the MF and residual for an M4 Coupe, 36 months/10k miles for February for 19382?

    Thanks in advance.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    jbezorg said:

    Hi there,

    Does anybody have the MF and residual for an M4 Coupe, 36 months/10k miles for February for 19382?

    Thanks in advance.

    .00152 MF and 57% residual
    $1000 lease credit

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Would appreciate any insight into the following offer I’ve negotiated on a new 2018 M4 coupe with Competition and Executive packages included.

    MSRP: $82,535
    Discount before rebate: $6,535
    Rebate: $2,000
    Net Cap (with doc prep fee and tax rolled in): $77,749.28

    Down payment: $2,238.54 (includes first month’s payment, license/title and acquisition fee). 

    Money factor: .00152
    Residual: 57%
    36mos/10k miles per year

    Monthly Payment (inclusive of tax): $1,063.54

    Seems like a good deal to me since the discount is greater than the 7% target usually suggested for BMWs around here. Thanks in advance!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    jbezorg said:

    Would appreciate any insight into the following offer I’ve negotiated on a new 2018 M4 coupe with Competition and Executive packages included.

    MSRP: $82,535
    Discount before rebate: $6,535
    Rebate: $2,000
    Net Cap (with doc prep fee and tax rolled in): $77,749.28

    Down payment: $2,238.54 (includes first month’s payment, license/title and acquisition fee). 

    Money factor: .00152
    Residual: 57%
    36mos/10k miles per year

    Monthly Payment (inclusive of tax): $1,063.54

    Seems like a good deal to me since the discount is greater than the 7% target usually suggested for BMWs around here. Thanks in advance!

    I get $1043/mo with those numbers - that's about $700 or so difference. Dealer doc fee, perhaps?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


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  • Michaell said:
    Would appreciate any insight into the following offer I’ve negotiated on a new 2018 M4 coupe with Competition and Executive packages included.

    MSRP: $82,535
    Discount before rebate: $6,535
    Rebate: $2,000
    Net Cap (with doc prep fee and tax rolled in): $77,749.28

    Down payment: $2,238.54 (includes first month’s payment, license/title and acquisition fee). 

    Money factor: .00152
    Residual: 57%
    36mos/10k miles per year

    Monthly Payment (inclusive of tax): $1,063.54

    Seems like a good deal to me since the discount is greater than the 7% target usually suggested for BMWs around here. Thanks in advance!
    I get $1043/mo with those numbers - that's about $700 or so difference. Dealer doc fee, perhaps?
    That’s right. It’s $1042.57 before the monthly tax for my state (Delaware) and works out to $20.97 additional per month for that tax, which gives you $1063.54. 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 124,199
    jbezorg said:


    Michaell said:

    jbezorg said:

    Would appreciate any insight into the following offer I’ve negotiated on a new 2018 M4 coupe with Competition and Executive packages included.

    MSRP: $82,535
    Discount before rebate: $6,535
    Rebate: $2,000
    Net Cap (with doc prep fee and tax rolled in): $77,749.28

    Down payment: $2,238.54 (includes first month’s payment, license/title and acquisition fee). 

    Money factor: .00152
    Residual: 57%
    36mos/10k miles per year

    Monthly Payment (inclusive of tax): $1,063.54

    Seems like a good deal to me since the discount is greater than the 7% target usually suggested for BMWs around here. Thanks in advance!

    I get $1043/mo with those numbers - that's about $700 or so difference. Dealer doc fee, perhaps?

    That’s right. It’s $1042.57 before the monthly tax for my state (Delaware) and works out to $20.97 additional per month for that tax, which gives you $1063.54. 

    Yeah, but you said the net cap had the doc fee and tax rolled in.

    Is tax on the monthly payment or the sum of the payments in DE?

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


    MODERATOR

    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • Michaell said:
    Michaell said:
    Would appreciate any insight into the following offer I’ve negotiated on a new 2018 M4 coupe with Competition and Executive packages included.

    MSRP: $82,535
    Discount before rebate: $6,535
    Rebate: $2,000
    Net Cap (with doc prep fee and tax rolled in): $77,749.28

    Down payment: $2,238.54 (includes first month’s payment, license/title and acquisition fee). 

    Money factor: .00152
    Residual: 57%
    36mos/10k miles per year

    Monthly Payment (inclusive of tax): $1,063.54

    Seems like a good deal to me since the discount is greater than the 7% target usually suggested for BMWs around here. Thanks in advance!
    I get $1043/mo with those numbers - that's about $700 or so difference. Dealer doc fee, perhaps?
    That’s right. It’s $1042.57 before the monthly tax for my state (Delaware) and works out to $20.97 additional per month for that tax, which gives you $1063.54. 
    Yeah, but you said the net cap had the doc fee and tax rolled in. Is tax on the monthly payment or the sum of the payments in DE?
    I think there are two applicable taxes here in DE. There’s a tax rolled into the cap cost (listed as “tax on collected items”) which is $3310.28 and a tax on a monthly basis of $20.97. Does that help?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    jbezorg said:


    Michaell said:

    jbezorg said:


    Michaell said:

    jbezorg said:

    Would appreciate any insight into the following offer I’ve negotiated on a new 2018 M4 coupe with Competition and Executive packages included.

    MSRP: $82,535
    Discount before rebate: $6,535
    Rebate: $2,000
    Net Cap (with doc prep fee and tax rolled in): $77,749.28

    Down payment: $2,238.54 (includes first month’s payment, license/title and acquisition fee). 

    Money factor: .00152
    Residual: 57%
    36mos/10k miles per year

    Monthly Payment (inclusive of tax): $1,063.54

    Seems like a good deal to me since the discount is greater than the 7% target usually suggested for BMWs around here. Thanks in advance!

    I get $1043/mo with those numbers - that's about $700 or so difference. Dealer doc fee, perhaps?

    That’s right. It’s $1042.57 before the monthly tax for my state (Delaware) and works out to $20.97 additional per month for that tax, which gives you $1063.54. 
    Yeah, but you said the net cap had the doc fee and tax rolled in.

    Is tax on the monthly payment or the sum of the payments in DE?

    I think there are two applicable taxes here in DE. There’s a tax rolled into the cap cost (listed as “tax on collected items”) which is $3310.28 and a tax on a monthly basis of $20.97. Does that help?

    If that's the case, then the numbers match.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdx said:
    Michaell said:
    Michaell said:
    Would appreciate any insight into the following offer I’ve negotiated on a new 2018 M4 coupe with Competition and Executive packages included.

    MSRP: $82,535
    Discount before rebate: $6,535
    Rebate: $2,000
    Net Cap (with doc prep fee and tax rolled in): $77,749.28

    Down payment: $2,238.54 (includes first month’s payment, license/title and acquisition fee). 

    Money factor: .00152
    Residual: 57%
    36mos/10k miles per year

    Monthly Payment (inclusive of tax): $1,063.54

    Seems like a good deal to me since the discount is greater than the 7% target usually suggested for BMWs around here. Thanks in advance!
    I get $1043/mo with those numbers - that's about $700 or so difference. Dealer doc fee, perhaps?
    That’s right. It’s $1042.57 before the monthly tax for my state (Delaware) and works out to $20.97 additional per month for that tax, which gives you $1063.54. 
    Yeah, but you said the net cap had the doc fee and tax rolled in. Is tax on the monthly payment or the sum of the payments in DE?
    I think there are two applicable taxes here in DE. There’s a tax rolled into the cap cost (listed as “tax on collected items”) which is $3310.28 and a tax on a monthly basis of $20.97. Does that help?
    If that's the case, then the numbers match.
    Thanks! Does that seem like a good deal or should I try to push it further?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    jbezorg said:


    kyfdx said:

    jbezorg said:


    Michaell said:

    jbezorg said:


    Michaell said:

    jbezorg said:

    Would appreciate any insight into the following offer I’ve negotiated on a new 2018 M4 coupe with Competition and Executive packages included.

    MSRP: $82,535
    Discount before rebate: $6,535
    Rebate: $2,000
    Net Cap (with doc prep fee and tax rolled in): $77,749.28

    Down payment: $2,238.54 (includes first month’s payment, license/title and acquisition fee). 

    Money factor: .00152
    Residual: 57%
    36mos/10k miles per year

    Monthly Payment (inclusive of tax): $1,063.54

    Seems like a good deal to me since the discount is greater than the 7% target usually suggested for BMWs around here. Thanks in advance!

    I get $1043/mo with those numbers - that's about $700 or so difference. Dealer doc fee, perhaps?

    That’s right. It’s $1042.57 before the monthly tax for my state (Delaware) and works out to $20.97 additional per month for that tax, which gives you $1063.54. 
    Yeah, but you said the net cap had the doc fee and tax rolled in.

    Is tax on the monthly payment or the sum of the payments in DE?

    I think there are two applicable taxes here in DE. There’s a tax rolled into the cap cost (listed as “tax on collected items”) which is $3310.28 and a tax on a monthly basis of $20.97. Does that help?
    If that's the case, then the numbers match.

    Thanks! Does that seem like a good deal or should I try to push it further?

    It seems reasonable.. you can always ask for more, though.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

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