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2018 BMW M550i xDrive Lease information

audifana6audifana6 Posts: 41
edited April 2018 in BMW
Can I get the MF and residual for the M550i please. Any incentives and best lease term. for 12k and10k miles.

Thank you

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,831
    audifana6 said:

    Can I get the MF and residual for the M550i please. Any incentives and best lease term. for 12k and10k miles.

    Thank you

    .00156 MF and 60%/61% residual for 36 months
    $1000 lease credit

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  • What is the MF and RV with 39/10k in Florida for 2018 M550? Any dealer incentives? If no info on 39/10 I will be interested in 36/10. 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,166

    What is the MF and RV with 39/10k in Florida for 2018 M550? Any dealer incentives? If no info on 39/10 I will be interested in 36/10. 

    .00166 and 61% for 36/10
    $1000 lease credit

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  • Could I please have MF, RV and any incentives for NJ 36/12.

    Thank You in advance... 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,166
    dieseld69 said:

    Could I please have MF, RV and any incentives for NJ 36/12.

    Thank You in advance... 

    .00182 and 60%
    $1000 lease credit

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  • Hello
    MF and RV in Texas 2018 or 2019 M550 iX 24/12k lease please.
    Any credit/dealer incentives?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,166
    hanmo77 said:

    Hello
    MF and RV in Texas 2018 or 2019 M550 iX 24/12k lease please.
    Any credit/dealer incentives?

    2018
    .00182 and 66%
    $1000 lease credit

    2019 5-series lease thread is here:

    https://forums.edmunds.com/discussion/51717/bmw/5-series/2019-bmw-5-series-lease-deals-and-prices#latest

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  • Working a deal right now on a 2018 M550i. Previous Exec Demo with 5K miles on it. Sticker was $92K give or take and asking price is about $76K.

    What is current residual and Money Factor? Zip Code 91362

    Last numbers i have from the dealer (and he hasn't shared everything yet) is Residual is $51,274 (which seems low) and MF is .0222 (which seems high). I think we are very close and i've bought a bunch of cars from this dealer so i'm confident i can work this deal to where i need it just need the Edmunds touch! Thx!

    FYI--payment on above deal is being quoted as $978 including tax with $5k out of pocket.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,831

    Working a deal right now on a 2018 M550i. Previous Exec Demo with 5K miles on it. Sticker was $92K give or take and asking price is about $76K.

    What is current residual and Money Factor? Zip Code 91362

    Last numbers i have from the dealer (and he hasn't shared everything yet) is Residual is $51,274 (which seems low) and MF is .0222 (which seems high). I think we are very close and i've bought a bunch of cars from this dealer so i'm confident i can work this deal to where i need it just need the Edmunds touch! Thx!

    FYI--payment on above deal is being quoted as $978 including tax with $5k out of pocket.

    .00182 MF
    What term/mileage allowance?
    Does it have 5000+ mi. or under 5000 miles? That is an important distinction.

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  • 36/12 for terms and i do not know on miles--i think it might be over 5000 miles--can you let me know what the difference is between the two?

    I always thought that 10000 miles determined if a car could be leased as new or not, didn't realize there was a different distinction at 5000 miles as well.
  • 36/12 for terms and i do not know on miles--i think it might be over 5000 miles--can you let me know what the difference is between the two?

    I always thought that 10000 miles determined if a car could be leased as new or not, didn't realize there was a different distinction at 5000 miles as well.

    I just confirmed 5400 miles on the car.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,831

    36/12 for terms and i do not know on miles--i think it might be over 5000 miles--can you let me know what the difference is between the two?

    I always thought that 10000 miles determined if a car could be leased as new or not, didn't realize there was a different distinction at 5000 miles as well.

    I just confirmed 5400 miles on the car.

    That hurts.
    New:
    .00182 MF and 60% residual
    $1000 lease credit

    5400 miles:
    .00182 MF
    56% residual (minus $1350) Effectively 54.5% residual.
    No lease credit

    That makes the residual on the loaner about $5000 less than a new model, more or less.
    Plus, you've lost the $1000.
    Starting out $6000 behind.



    Assuming fees and first payment upfront.
    $5000 upfront =
    1st payment
    $925 acquisition fee
    $1100 DMV/doc fee
    $2000 CAP reduction.

    $890/mo.+tax.
    That's pretty close to their calculation, though I have a lower residual.

    Knowing the adjusted CAP cost would help.
    (and actual numbers, not rounded off)

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  • Just got the sample contract.

    They changed the terms to 36/10 so that's battle #1

    This deal was written with 1st payment only plus DMV and Fees (Total Drive off of $1990.92)

    Original MSRP: 92,110
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 76,905.14
    Residual: 51,274.45
    Rent Charge: 10,244.10

    Base Monthly Payment: $996.53 + $72.25 Tax Total $1068.78

    Claims that this is using a Money Factor of .00222

  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,831

    Just got the sample contract.

    They changed the terms to 36/10 so that's battle #1

    This deal was written with 1st payment only plus DMV and Fees (Total Drive off of $1990.92)

    Original MSRP: 92,110
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 76,905.14
    Residual: 51,274.45
    Rent Charge: 10,244.10

    Base Monthly Payment: $996.53 + $72.25 Tax Total $1068.78

    Claims that this is using a Money Factor of .00222

    I get the same payment. That money factor markup adds about $60/mo. to the total payment.

    Just tell them they have to get you under $1000/mo. with the same drive-off. Because, your wife says so.. ;)

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdx said:

    Just got the sample contract.

    They changed the terms to 36/10 so that's battle #1

    This deal was written with 1st payment only plus DMV and Fees (Total Drive off of $1990.92)

    Original MSRP: 92,110
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 76,905.14
    Residual: 51,274.45
    Rent Charge: 10,244.10

    Base Monthly Payment: $996.53 + $72.25 Tax Total $1068.78

    Claims that this is using a Money Factor of .00222

    I get the same payment. That money factor markup adds about $60/mo. to the total payment.

    Just tell them they have to get you under $1000/mo. with the same drive-off. Because, your wife says so.. ;)
    I basically told him that--as he tried to convince me i was getting such a great car (which it is) at a ridiculous price and that giving up the new car incentives was a "wash". I replied back that i wouldn't be buying a $92K M550i new--more like $87K probably and that plus the incentives and lost residual might make it more appealing to work a deal on a new car unless he goes back to the drawing board.

    Told him he was supposed to be quoting me 12K miles and now that the car is over 5K miles it has lost a year of it's maintenance plan. Being a performance car, BMW will sell me the gap year that i lost plus full coverage for brakes/rotors and pads for 3 years for $3K--which is probably worth it.

    I told him that he should go back and lower the Money Factor to normal rate, and lower the price of the car to help offset the Maintenance warranty and we are probably there.

    Stay tuned. I think if i can get this car for at or near $1,000 it's a great deal-agreed?
  • kyfdx said:

    Just got the sample contract.

    They changed the terms to 36/10 so that's battle #1

    This deal was written with 1st payment only plus DMV and Fees (Total Drive off of $1990.92)

    Original MSRP: 92,110
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 76,905.14
    Residual: 51,274.45
    Rent Charge: 10,244.10

    Base Monthly Payment: $996.53 + $72.25 Tax Total $1068.78

    Claims that this is using a Money Factor of .00222

    I get the same payment. That money factor markup adds about $60/mo. to the total payment.

    Just tell them they have to get you under $1000/mo. with the same drive-off. Because, your wife says so.. ;)
    I basically told him that--as he tried to convince me i was getting such a great car (which it is) at a ridiculous price and that giving up the new car incentives was a "wash". I replied back that i wouldn't be buying a $92K M550i new--more like $87K probably and that plus the incentives and lost residual might make it more appealing to work a deal on a new car unless he goes back to the drawing board.

    Told him he was supposed to be quoting me 12K miles and now that the car is over 5K miles it has lost a year of it's maintenance plan. Being a performance car, BMW will sell me the gap year that i lost plus full coverage for brakes/rotors and pads for 3 years for $3K--which is probably worth it.

    I told him that he should go back and lower the Money Factor to normal rate, and lower the price of the car to help offset the Maintenance warranty and we are probably there.

    Stay tuned. I think if i can get this car for at or near $1,000 it's a great deal-agreed?
    Newest Deal:

    36/12

    Includes 4 year maintenance plan covers all brakes/rotors and pads ($2359)
    Includes wheel & tire warranty ($1675)

    Selling price of car: 75,991
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 80,950
    Residual Value: 51,714
    Rent Charge: 8,692
    Base Monthly Payment: $1053.56
    Tax: $76.38
    Total Payment: $1129.24


    My thought is to at least pay one of the two contracts up front and not pay finance charges on them and lower the payment? Thoughts?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Everywhere, USAPosts: 127,831

    kyfdx said:

    Just got the sample contract.

    They changed the terms to 36/10 so that's battle #1

    This deal was written with 1st payment only plus DMV and Fees (Total Drive off of $1990.92)

    Original MSRP: 92,110
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 76,905.14
    Residual: 51,274.45
    Rent Charge: 10,244.10

    Base Monthly Payment: $996.53 + $72.25 Tax Total $1068.78

    Claims that this is using a Money Factor of .00222

    I get the same payment. That money factor markup adds about $60/mo. to the total payment.

    Just tell them they have to get you under $1000/mo. with the same drive-off. Because, your wife says so.. ;)
    I basically told him that--as he tried to convince me i was getting such a great car (which it is) at a ridiculous price and that giving up the new car incentives was a "wash". I replied back that i wouldn't be buying a $92K M550i new--more like $87K probably and that plus the incentives and lost residual might make it more appealing to work a deal on a new car unless he goes back to the drawing board.

    Told him he was supposed to be quoting me 12K miles and now that the car is over 5K miles it has lost a year of it's maintenance plan. Being a performance car, BMW will sell me the gap year that i lost plus full coverage for brakes/rotors and pads for 3 years for $3K--which is probably worth it.

    I told him that he should go back and lower the Money Factor to normal rate, and lower the price of the car to help offset the Maintenance warranty and we are probably there.

    Stay tuned. I think if i can get this car for at or near $1,000 it's a great deal-agreed?
    Newest Deal:

    36/12

    Includes 4 year maintenance plan covers all brakes/rotors and pads ($2359)
    Includes wheel & tire warranty ($1675)

    Selling price of car: 75,991
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 80,950
    Residual Value: 51,714
    Rent Charge: 8,692
    Base Monthly Payment: $1053.56
    Tax: $76.38
    Total Payment: $1129.24


    My thought is to at least pay one of the two contracts up front and not pay finance charges on them and lower the payment? Thoughts?

    With the $4K off maintenance/warranty, you are basically at $1000/mo, so that's a decent deal, assuming it's the same upfront money

    The savings of finance charges on that amount of money isn't worth worrying about, either way.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • kyfdx said:

    kyfdx said:

    Just got the sample contract.

    They changed the terms to 36/10 so that's battle #1

    This deal was written with 1st payment only plus DMV and Fees (Total Drive off of $1990.92)

    Original MSRP: 92,110
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 76,905.14
    Residual: 51,274.45
    Rent Charge: 10,244.10

    Base Monthly Payment: $996.53 + $72.25 Tax Total $1068.78

    Claims that this is using a Money Factor of .00222

    I get the same payment. That money factor markup adds about $60/mo. to the total payment.

    Just tell them they have to get you under $1000/mo. with the same drive-off. Because, your wife says so.. ;)
    I basically told him that--as he tried to convince me i was getting such a great car (which it is) at a ridiculous price and that giving up the new car incentives was a "wash". I replied back that i wouldn't be buying a $92K M550i new--more like $87K probably and that plus the incentives and lost residual might make it more appealing to work a deal on a new car unless he goes back to the drawing board.

    Told him he was supposed to be quoting me 12K miles and now that the car is over 5K miles it has lost a year of it's maintenance plan. Being a performance car, BMW will sell me the gap year that i lost plus full coverage for brakes/rotors and pads for 3 years for $3K--which is probably worth it.

    I told him that he should go back and lower the Money Factor to normal rate, and lower the price of the car to help offset the Maintenance warranty and we are probably there.

    Stay tuned. I think if i can get this car for at or near $1,000 it's a great deal-agreed?
    Newest Deal:

    36/12

    Includes 4 year maintenance plan covers all brakes/rotors and pads ($2359)
    Includes wheel & tire warranty ($1675)

    Selling price of car: 75,991
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 80,950
    Residual Value: 51,714
    Rent Charge: 8,692
    Base Monthly Payment: $1053.56
    Tax: $76.38
    Total Payment: $1129.24


    My thought is to at least pay one of the two contracts up front and not pay finance charges on them and lower the payment? Thoughts?

    With the $4K off maintenance/warranty, you are basically at $1000/mo, so that's a decent deal, assuming it's the same upfront money

    The savings of finance charges on that amount of money isn't worth worrying about, either way.
    Took this deal this morning. Very happy with this car and this deal and couldn't have done it with confidence without your help! This forum and your expertise are invaluable--I'll be back soon as i have 3 more car purchases coming up!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 121,166

    kyfdx said:

    kyfdx said:

    Just got the sample contract.

    They changed the terms to 36/10 so that's battle #1

    This deal was written with 1st payment only plus DMV and Fees (Total Drive off of $1990.92)

    Original MSRP: 92,110
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 76,905.14
    Residual: 51,274.45
    Rent Charge: 10,244.10

    Base Monthly Payment: $996.53 + $72.25 Tax Total $1068.78

    Claims that this is using a Money Factor of .00222

    I get the same payment. That money factor markup adds about $60/mo. to the total payment.

    Just tell them they have to get you under $1000/mo. with the same drive-off. Because, your wife says so.. ;)
    I basically told him that--as he tried to convince me i was getting such a great car (which it is) at a ridiculous price and that giving up the new car incentives was a "wash". I replied back that i wouldn't be buying a $92K M550i new--more like $87K probably and that plus the incentives and lost residual might make it more appealing to work a deal on a new car unless he goes back to the drawing board.

    Told him he was supposed to be quoting me 12K miles and now that the car is over 5K miles it has lost a year of it's maintenance plan. Being a performance car, BMW will sell me the gap year that i lost plus full coverage for brakes/rotors and pads for 3 years for $3K--which is probably worth it.

    I told him that he should go back and lower the Money Factor to normal rate, and lower the price of the car to help offset the Maintenance warranty and we are probably there.

    Stay tuned. I think if i can get this car for at or near $1,000 it's a great deal-agreed?
    Newest Deal:

    36/12

    Includes 4 year maintenance plan covers all brakes/rotors and pads ($2359)
    Includes wheel & tire warranty ($1675)

    Selling price of car: 75,991
    Adjusted Cap Cost: 80,950
    Residual Value: 51,714
    Rent Charge: 8,692
    Base Monthly Payment: $1053.56
    Tax: $76.38
    Total Payment: $1129.24


    My thought is to at least pay one of the two contracts up front and not pay finance charges on them and lower the payment? Thoughts?

    With the $4K off maintenance/warranty, you are basically at $1000/mo, so that's a decent deal, assuming it's the same upfront money

    The savings of finance charges on that amount of money isn't worth worrying about, either way.
    Took this deal this morning. Very happy with this car and this deal and couldn't have done it with confidence without your help! This forum and your expertise are invaluable--I'll be back soon as i have 3 more car purchases coming up!
    Congrats!

    3 more? Who you are you buying / leasing for?

    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

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