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2018 BMW X5 Lease Deals and Prices

MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
edited September 2017 in BMW
Ask your 2018 BMW X5 lease questions here! Get info about prices, deals, incentives, and payments.

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  • What is the MF and residual for the 2018 X5 50i for September? Is October out already? Incentives? Thank you!
  • sorry, forgot to say... 15k/36
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    newbie58 said:

    What is the MF and residual for the 2018 X5 50i for September? Is October out already? Incentives? Thank you!

    newbie58 said:

    sorry, forgot to say... 15k/36

    There are no 2018 X5 numbers, for September.

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  • Michaell, the dealers are already taking orders for September, when do you think we can get the Sept MF/RV for X5 35i? (Does it usually have same MF/RV for all trims, msport etc?) Thanks.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell, the dealers are already taking orders for September, when do you think we can get the Sept MF/RV for X5 35i? (Does it usually have same MF/RV for all trims, msport etc?) Thanks.

    We have 2017 X5 numbers, but nothing (yet) for the 2018. We only have partial documentation, as of today. Might get more information later in the week.

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  • edb5020edb5020 PennsylvaniaPosts: 8
    Just got this deal from a dealer.

    2017 BMW X5 50i

    36 months, 10,000/year.

    $89,795 MSRP

    Sale Price: 79,300 (10,395 off sticker! Includes $3,000 lease cash and $1,000 corporate discount)

    MF .00135
    Payment $890/month.

    Thoughts?
  • edb5020 said:

    Just got this deal from a dealer.

    2017 BMW X5 50i

    36 months, 10,000/year.

    $89,795 MSRP

    Sale Price: 79,300 (10,395 off sticker! Includes $3,000 lease cash and $1,000 corporate discount)

    MF .00135
    Payment $890/month.

    Thoughts?

    Sounds perfect. Does that $890 include down payment or MSDs?
  • Michaell said:

    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell, the dealers are already taking orders for September, when do you think we can get the Sept MF/RV for X5 35i? (Does it usually have same MF/RV for all trims, msport etc?) Thanks.

    We have 2017 X5 numbers, but nothing (yet) for the 2018. We only have partial documentation, as of today. Might get more information later in the week.
    Thank you as always, we'll wait for your update later in the week.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    edb5020 said:

    Just got this deal from a dealer.

    2017 BMW X5 50i

    36 months, 10,000/year.

    $89,795 MSRP

    Sale Price: 79,300 (10,395 off sticker! Includes $3,000 lease cash and $1,000 corporate discount)

    MF .00135
    Payment $890/month.

    Thoughts?

    Congrats! How much was due at signing?

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  • edb5020edb5020 PennsylvaniaPosts: 8
    No money down, first month's payment, taxes, title and tags!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    edb5020 said:

    No money down, first month's payment, taxes, title and tags!

    Congats! Solid deal.

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  • kenny_h_kenny_h_ Posts: 127
    edited September 2017
    edb5020 said:

    Just got this deal from a dealer.

    2017 BMW X5 50i

    36 months, 10,000/year.

    $89,795 MSRP

    Sale Price: 79,300 (10,395 off sticker! Includes $3,000 lease cash and $1,000 corporate discount)

    MF .00135
    Payment $890/month.

    Thoughts?

    Didn't you just post the same thing over at 'post saying payment is $900/mo? So is it $900 or $890?
    We are going to have to see the paperwork please.

    Also your deal is for 2017, you should really post this in 2017 thread.
    I'll head over there and ask 2017 model 5.0 lease numbers.
  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 114
    Any update on MY18 lease number? Loyalty incentives?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    abhiku said:

    Any update on MY18 lease number? Loyalty incentives?

    .00152 and 59% for 36/15

    No loyalty incentive information

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  • Michaell said:

    abhiku said:

    Any update on MY18 lease number? Loyalty incentives?

    .00152 and 59% for 36/15

    No loyalty incentive information

    Michaell,
    Do you have the September numbers for:
    2018 - 10k/36mo/X5 50i
    2018 - 10k/36mo/X5 35i?

    Thanks.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell said:

    abhiku said:

    Any update on MY18 lease number? Loyalty incentives?

    .00152 and 59% for 36/15

    No loyalty incentive information

    Michaell,
    Do you have the September numbers for:
    2018 - 10k/36mo/X5 50i
    2018 - 10k/36mo/X5 35i?

    Thanks.
    .00152 and 62% for both
    No incentive information

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  • Michaell said:

    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell said:

    abhiku said:

    Any update on MY18 lease number? Loyalty incentives?

    .00152 and 59% for 36/15

    No loyalty incentive information

    Michaell,
    Do you have the September numbers for:
    2018 - 10k/36mo/X5 50i
    2018 - 10k/36mo/X5 35i?

    Thanks.
    .00152 and 62% for both
    No incentive information
    Wow, 4% jump in RV even with new X5 coming soon? Is that correct, if so that will save people a lot of money if they want to lease now.
  • hk007hk007 Posts: 13
    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell said:

    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell said:

    abhiku said:

    Any update on MY18 lease number? Loyalty incentives?

    .00152 and 59% for 36/15

    No loyalty incentive information

    Michaell,
    Do you have the September numbers for:
    2018 - 10k/36mo/X5 50i
    2018 - 10k/36mo/X5 35i?

    Thanks.
    .00152 and 62% for both
    No incentive information
    Wow, 4% jump in RV even with new X5 coming soon? Is that correct, if so that will save people a lot of money if they want to lease now.
    They took $3000 lease cash away.. so it's pretty much a wash.
    2017 X5: 58% residual $3000 lease cash
    2018 X5: 62% residual - $0 lease cash.

    I ran above numbers on a $85k 50i. Only $1 difference in payment.
  • Hello, what are the current RV and MF for 12k/36 and 15k/36 lease in NJ for 2018 X5 xDrive35i, xDrive35d and xDrive40e please? What would be the difference in monthly payment between 12k and 15k?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    zigor911 said:

    Hello, what are the current RV and MF for 12k/36 and 15k/36 lease in NJ for 2018 X5 xDrive35i, xDrive35d and xDrive40e please? What would be the difference in monthly payment between 12k and 15k?

    .00152 and 61% / 59%

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,483
    zigor911 said:

    Hello, what are the current RV and MF for 12k/36 and 15k/36 lease in NJ for 2018 X5 xDrive35i, xDrive35d and xDrive40e please? What would be the difference in monthly payment between 12k and 15k?

    Take the MSRP, multiply by .02, then divide that by 36.

    That's the approximate difference in payment between 12K/yr and 15K/yr

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  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 114
    edb5020 said:

    Just got this deal from a dealer.

    2017 BMW X5 50i

    36 months, 10,000/year.

    $89,795 MSRP

    Sale Price: 79,300 (10,395 off sticker! Includes $3,000 lease cash and $1,000 corporate discount)

    MF .00135
    Payment $890/month.

    Thoughts?

    How come your MF is .00135? Isn't base MF is .00152 across the board?

    Michaell ?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    abhiku said:

    edb5020 said:

    Just got this deal from a dealer.

    2017 BMW X5 50i

    36 months, 10,000/year.

    $89,795 MSRP

    Sale Price: 79,300 (10,395 off sticker! Includes $3,000 lease cash and $1,000 corporate discount)

    MF .00135
    Payment $890/month.

    Thoughts?

    How come your MF is .00135? Isn't base MF is .00152 across the board?

    Michaell ?
    I don't have an explanation - base MF is .00152 for all BMW's, in September.

    No MSD program

    No MF reduction for fleet.

    Typo?

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  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 114
    edited September 2017
    Michaell said:

    abhiku said:

    edb5020 said:

    Just got this deal from a dealer.

    2017 BMW X5 50i

    36 months, 10,000/year.

    $89,795 MSRP

    Sale Price: 79,300 (10,395 off sticker! Includes $3,000 lease cash and $1,000 corporate discount)

    MF .00135
    Payment $890/month.

    Thoughts?

    How come your MF is .00135? Isn't base MF is .00152 across the board?

    Michaell ?
    I don't have an explanation - base MF is .00152 for all BMW's, in September.

    No MSD program

    No MF reduction for fleet.

    Typo?
    Yes, I think it's typo. .00130-.00135 is long gone.
  • Michaell,
    When we are calculating the lease price, how do we consider the rebates?
    Dealer offered 5% off, plus rebate which makes the sale price look like 10% off, but it doesn't reflect the same amount on monthly lease cost.
    For example MSRP $64245
    Agreed Sale $60700
    Rebate $3000
    But I noticed rebate is added as Cap Reduction after Taxes are added to Selling price. So total cap cost is $61308.
    Which results in $868 monthly payment based on your base MF above at 55% RV after 36mo (15k).
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell,
    When we are calculating the lease price, how do we consider the rebates?
    Dealer offered 5% off, plus rebate which makes the sale price look like 10% off, but it doesn't reflect the same amount on monthly lease cost.
    For example MSRP $64245
    Agreed Sale $60700
    Rebate $3000
    But I noticed rebate is added as Cap Reduction after Taxes are added to Selling price. So total cap cost is $61308.
    Which results in $868 monthly payment based on your base MF above at 55% RV after 36mo (15k).

    That's how the BMW incentives work, as a cap reduction.

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  • Can I get the numbers on a 2018 X5 35iAWD 36 months/15,000 miles per year? Northern Ohio
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968

    Can I get the numbers on a 2018 X5 35iAWD 36 months/15,000 miles per year? Northern Ohio

    .00152 and 59%

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  • Michaell said:

    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell,
    When we are calculating the lease price, how do we consider the rebates?
    Dealer offered 5% off, plus rebate which makes the sale price look like 10% off, but it doesn't reflect the same amount on monthly lease cost.
    For example MSRP $64245
    Agreed Sale $60700
    Rebate $3000
    But I noticed rebate is added as Cap Reduction after Taxes are added to Selling price. So total cap cost is $61308.
    Which results in $868 monthly payment based on your base MF above at 55% RV after 36mo (15k).

    That's how the BMW incentives work, as a cap reduction.
    Thank you, does other manufacturers do the same, like Audi for example? Or do they simply give you $ off MSRP and that's all? Because I am having a very hard time calculating BMW's incentives in my calculation. At what stage do you put the incentive, since they seem to be taxed differently, A $3000 incentive ends up looking like half of that in savings. they plug in so precisely that on paper you just got $9000 off MSRP, but monthly payment is still much higher.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,483
    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell said:

    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell,
    When we are calculating the lease price, how do we consider the rebates?
    Dealer offered 5% off, plus rebate which makes the sale price look like 10% off, but it doesn't reflect the same amount on monthly lease cost.
    For example MSRP $64245
    Agreed Sale $60700
    Rebate $3000
    But I noticed rebate is added as Cap Reduction after Taxes are added to Selling price. So total cap cost is $61308.
    Which results in $868 monthly payment based on your base MF above at 55% RV after 36mo (15k).

    That's how the BMW incentives work, as a cap reduction.
    Thank you, does other manufacturers do the same, like Audi for example? Or do they simply give you $ off MSRP and that's all? Because I am having a very hard time calculating BMW's incentives in my calculation. At what stage do you put the incentive, since they seem to be taxed differently, A $3000 incentive ends up looking like half of that in savings. they plug in so precisely that on paper you just got $9000 off MSRP, but monthly payment is still much higher.
    The $3000 is used as a CAP cost reduction. Treated the same way you would a downpayment. Other than paying tax on it (like a downpayment), it reduces your payment, dollar for dollar.

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  • kenny_h_kenny_h_ Posts: 127
    edited September 2017
    kyfdx said:

    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell said:

    kenny_h_ said:

    Michaell,
    When we are calculating the lease price, how do we consider the rebates?
    Dealer offered 5% off, plus rebate which makes the sale price look like 10% off, but it doesn't reflect the same amount on monthly lease cost.
    For example MSRP $64245
    Agreed Sale $60700
    Rebate $3000
    But I noticed rebate is added as Cap Reduction after Taxes are added to Selling price. So total cap cost is $61308.
    Which results in $868 monthly payment based on your base MF above at 55% RV after 36mo (15k).

    That's how the BMW incentives work, as a cap reduction.
    Thank you, does other manufacturers do the same, like Audi for example? Or do they simply give you $ off MSRP and that's all? Because I am having a very hard time calculating BMW's incentives in my calculation. At what stage do you put the incentive, since they seem to be taxed differently, A $3000 incentive ends up looking like half of that in savings. they plug in so precisely that on paper you just got $9000 off MSRP, but monthly payment is still much higher.
    The $3000 is used as a CAP cost reduction. Treated the same way you would a downpayment. Other than paying tax on it (like a downpayment), it reduces your payment, dollar for dollar.
    Thank you for the explanation, now it makes total sense, I was not clear on one thing and I didn't realize dealer squeezing in the $925 bank fee in there! I totally forgot about that. Might be worthwhile to pay the bank fee upfront which can make a big difference in payment.808 would go down to $778 for example on 64245 MSRP, 59000 sale ($58,977) - 8.2% off, minus $3000 rebate, 0.00152 / 55% , 15k/36mo, gives us $808/mo but paying 925 up front would give us $778/mo. Our 1st month would be 925+778+doc+dmv+tax on cap reduction, slightly under $2000.
  • Hi - I've seen the comment that only minimal money should be paid upfront on a lease because it is at risk if the car is totaled or stolen. Would the same be true of putting down Multiple Security Deposits? Is that also not a wise thing to do for the same reasons?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    delnole said:

    Hi - I've seen the comment that only minimal money should be paid upfront on a lease because it is at risk if the car is totaled or stolen. Would the same be true of putting down Multiple Security Deposits? Is that also not a wise thing to do for the same reasons?

    No, MSDs are encouraged. If something happens to the car, those monies are refunded.

    But, BMW suspended their MSD program this past spring.

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  • Here is my deal for 2018 xDrive 35i

    Imperial Blue / Dakota leather
    Driver Assistance
    Driver Assistance Plus (stop&go + collision mitigation)
    Parking Assistance
    Premium Pckg
    Heated stearing wheel & rear seats
    Multicontour seats
    Harman Kardon surround sound

    36/15K $765/month, nothing but taxes & fees at signing.

    Do I push the button?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    vladc2000 said:

    Here is my deal for 2018 xDrive 35i

    Imperial Blue / Dakota leather
    Driver Assistance
    Driver Assistance Plus (stop&go + collision mitigation)
    Parking Assistance
    Premium Pckg
    Heated stearing wheel & rear seats
    Multicontour seats
    Harman Kardon surround sound

    36/15K $765/month, nothing but taxes & fees at signing.

    Do I push the button?

    No idea - what state?

    MSRP and selling price / adjusted cap cost?

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  • vladc2000vladc2000 Posts: 36
    edited September 2017
    Michaell said:



    No idea - what state?

    MSRP and selling price / adjusted cap cost?

    State is NJ, MSRP is $69,700 and I think the sale price was around $62,300. There is no cap cost, just fees and taxes upfront. Although I will most likely roll the tax in, why pay 3 years upfront if I don't have to. With tact comes to $815 per month.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    vladc2000 said:

    Michaell said:



    No idea - what state?

    MSRP and selling price / adjusted cap cost?

    State is NJ, MSRP is $69,700 and I think the sale price was around $62,300. There is no cap cost, just fees and taxes upfront. Although I will most likely roll the tax in, why pay 3 years upfront if I don't have to. With tact comes to $815 per month.
    .00152 and 59% for 36/15

    With the prices given, I get $745/mo

    We recommend you roll the tax in - ask the dealer for the adjusted cap cost, with taxes and fees added in.

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  • Can I get the RV and MF for the following?

    2017 12k/36mo/x5 35i
    2018 - 12k/36mo/X5 35i
  • Michaell said:

    vladc2000 said:

    Michaell said:


    We recommend you roll the tax in - ask the dealer for the adjusted cap cost, with taxes and fees added in.

    Thank you Michael, you mean, ask for the payment that will be made up as follows: $765+(bank fee+doc fee+taxes)/36?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,483
    guill1234 said:

    Can I get the RV and MF for the following?

    2017 12k/36mo/x5 35i
    2018 - 12k/36mo/X5 35i

    .00152 MF and 57%/61% residual for 2017/2018

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  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 114
    October number please
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 140,968
    abhiku said:

    October number please

    October programs won't be released until Tuesday.

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  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 114
    edited October 2017
    Michaell said:

    abhiku said:

    October number please

    October programs won't be released until Tuesday.
    Is it out yet? Need 36/10K 2018 X5 40e numbers
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,483
    abhiku said:

    Michaell said:

    abhiku said:

    October number please

    October programs won't be released until Tuesday.
    Is it out yet? Need 36/10K 2018 X5 40e numbers
    .00152 MF and 59% residual
    $3000 lease credit

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  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 114
    is 59% for 10K or 15K? Sep was 59% for 15K.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,483
    59% for 36/10. Looks like residuals have dropped for the X5

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  • abhikuabhiku Posts: 114
    kyfdx said:

    59% for 36/10. Looks like residuals have dropped for the X5

    Keeping the same rebate of $3K as with MY17 is not going to work with lots of buyers unless they bump up the rebate to 6K. Do you recall when did they bump up the rebate to 6K for MY17?

    Any other option credit or incentives on MY18?
  • Do you happen to know the RV & MF on 36/12 for the X5-M? And does the M have a lease credit available?
    Thanks!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,483
    abhiku said:

    kyfdx said:

    59% for 36/10. Looks like residuals have dropped for the X5

    Keeping the same rebate of $3K as with MY17 is not going to work with lots of buyers unless they bump up the rebate to 6K. Do you recall when did they bump up the rebate to 6K for MY17?

    Any other option credit or incentives on MY18?
    That's all the information that I have

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,483
    masonrite said:

    Do you happen to know the RV & MF on 36/12 for the X5-M? And does the M have a lease credit available?
    Thanks!

    .00152 MF and 58% residual
    No lease credit.

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

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