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Lease a 2018 X5 (NJ)

jayfkayjayfkay Member Posts: 1
edited September 2018 in BMW
hi all,

i'm currently driving a 2015 328i xdrive but my lease ends this December. I'm thinking about staying in the BMW family and getting a 2018 X5 (or even the X3 m40i).

My current lease is $440/month and I have 3 months left to pay it off but if I wanted to get a new car sooner, do you think it's realistic for me to get a new/CPO/loaner 2018 X5 for $640/month with $0 down and taxes/fees rolled into the lease payments?

Or should I wait until my existing lease is done? What about with the X3 m40i?
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    kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 241,313
    jayfkay said:

    hi all,

    i'm currently driving a 2015 328i xdrive but my lease ends this December. I'm thinking about staying in the BMW family and getting a 2018 X5 (or even the X3 m40i).

    My current lease is $440/month and I have 3 months left to pay it off but if I wanted to get a new car sooner, do you think it's realistic for me to get a new/CPO/loaner 2018 X5 for $640/month with $0 down and taxes/fees rolled into the lease payments?

    Or should I wait until my existing lease is done? What about with the X3 m40i?

    The lease programs aren't great for either of those models, but you never know with a service loaner. Start with your local dealer and see what they have available.
    (That price seems pretty aggressive)
    36/15
    .00166 MF and 56% residual, for either model

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