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Diesel X5 or hybrid 40e - government to manufacturer rebate ?

4sallypat4sallypat Posts: 47
edited June 2018 in BMW
Want to know if there is a federal incentive still in place for buying/leasing a diesel engine X5 ?

Last time I got a 2013 X5d (E70), there was a $4500 rebate added along with other dealer discounts totaling over $12000 when that model year was the left over as the new F15 were already.

Does anyone have any info on the government rebates / incentives given to BMW X5: 40e vs diesel vs gasoline ?

Comments

  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    I think diesel tax incentives disappeared some time ago. The only incentives I'm seeing are HERE:

    https://www.edmunds.com/bmw/x5/2018/deals/

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,033
    4sallypat said:

    Want to know if there is a federal incentive still in place for buying/leasing a diesel engine X5 ?

    Last time I got a 2013 X5d (E70), there was a $4500 rebate added along with other dealer discounts totaling over $12000 when that model year was the left over as the new F15 were already.

    Does anyone have any info on the government rebates / incentives given to BMW X5: 40e vs diesel vs gasoline ?

    The federal tax credit on an X540e is $4668.
    BMW also offers a $1000 financing rebate.

    As noted above, there is no tax credit on diesels, though BMW also offers a $1000 financing rebate on this model.

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    Edmunds Moderator

  • 4sallypat4sallypat Posts: 47
    Much appreciated this information! Now waiting till end of the year to cash in on some BMW deals to be had.
  • xsnakexsnake Long Island, NYPosts: 17
    Is the 3,750 BMW currently offers different and in additional to this: federal tax credit on an X540e is $4668? Thanks
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,033
    xsnake said:

    Is the 3,750 BMW currently offers different and in additional to this: federal tax credit on an X540e is $4668? Thanks

    The $3750 is a lease incentive, in lieu of the tax credit (since the customer doesn't get the tax credit on a lease)

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    Edmunds Moderator

  • 4sallypat4sallypat Posts: 47
    kyfdx said:

    xsnake said:

    Is the 3,750 BMW currently offers different and in additional to this: federal tax credit on an X540e is $4668? Thanks

    The $3750 is a lease incentive, in lieu of the tax credit (since the customer doesn't get the tax credit on a lease)
    Thank you for that valuable tip!

    I am hoping by the end of the year when the 2019 X5 will be on lot - the leftover 2018 can be had for a bargain ???
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 120,033
    4sallypat said:

    kyfdx said:

    xsnake said:

    Is the 3,750 BMW currently offers different and in additional to this: federal tax credit on an X540e is $4668? Thanks

    The $3750 is a lease incentive, in lieu of the tax credit (since the customer doesn't get the tax credit on a lease)
    Thank you for that valuable tip!

    I am hoping by the end of the year when the 2019 X5 will be on lot - the leftover 2018 can be had for a bargain ???
    Sorry, my magic 8-ball is in the shop.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

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