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2019 x3 sDrive30i lease deal

tstacy2012tstacy2012 Los AngelesPosts: 21
edited October 2018 in BMW
I am shopping around and got 2 deals as follow:

$3999 drive off
$372 + tax

OR

$0 drive off
$483 + tax

Both deals are based on MSRP $44345. Is this a good deal so far? Since it is towards the year end, I am expecting big sale and good deals. It appeared that the deals on 2018 is a bit better than 2019 model; however, my family still prefer the 2019 model.

Based on the numbers provided, is there any more negotiation?

Please advice. Thanks.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,100

    I am shopping around and got 2 deals as follow:

    $3999 drive off
    $372 + tax

    OR

    $0 drive off
    $483 + tax

    Both deals are based on MSRP $44345. Is this a good deal so far? Since it is towards the year end, I am expecting big sale and good deals. It appeared that the deals on 2018 is a bit better than 2019 model; however, my family still prefer the 2019 model.

    Based on the numbers provided, is there any more negotiation?

    Please advice. Thanks.

    What is the selling price?
    Adjusted CAP cost?

    Why don't your quotes include tax? Do they not know where you live?
    What term/mileage?

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • tstacy2012tstacy2012 Los AngelesPosts: 21
    kyfdx said:

    I am shopping around and got 2 deals as follow:

    $3999 drive off
    $372 + tax

    OR

    $0 drive off
    $483 + tax

    Both deals are based on MSRP $44345. Is this a good deal so far? Since it is towards the year end, I am expecting big sale and good deals. It appeared that the deals on 2018 is a bit better than 2019 model; however, my family still prefer the 2019 model.

    Based on the numbers provided, is there any more negotiation?

    Please advice. Thanks.

    What is the selling price?
    Adjusted CAP cost?

    Why don't your quotes include tax? Do they not know where you live?
    What term/mileage?
    The sales didn't tell me the sales price or adjusted CAP cost.
    He knows where I lived, the payment with tax is $531 (10% sales tax)
    It is based on 36/10k miles.

    I just went to another dealership today, and they cannot match this price.
    So, I am wondering is $531 w/tax the lowest? no more negotiation? But I believed there should be more discount.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 128,100

    kyfdx said:

    I am shopping around and got 2 deals as follow:

    $3999 drive off
    $372 + tax

    OR

    $0 drive off
    $483 + tax

    Both deals are based on MSRP $44345. Is this a good deal so far? Since it is towards the year end, I am expecting big sale and good deals. It appeared that the deals on 2018 is a bit better than 2019 model; however, my family still prefer the 2019 model.

    Based on the numbers provided, is there any more negotiation?

    Please advice. Thanks.

    What is the selling price?
    Adjusted CAP cost?

    Why don't your quotes include tax? Do they not know where you live?
    What term/mileage?
    The sales didn't tell me the sales price or adjusted CAP cost.
    He knows where I lived, the payment with tax is $531 (10% sales tax)
    It is based on 36/10k miles.

    I just went to another dealership today, and they cannot match this price.
    So, I am wondering is $531 w/tax the lowest? no more negotiation? But I believed there should be more discount.
    I don't know if it's the lowest, because we don't know the selling price it's based on, possible incentives given, or whether they've marked up the money factor.
    Shopping without those details gives you no information to go on, unless you are willing to shop the deal to every dealer within 100 miles.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • tstacy2012tstacy2012 Los AngelesPosts: 21
    kyfdx said:

    kyfdx said:

    I am shopping around and got 2 deals as follow:

    $3999 drive off
    $372 + tax

    OR

    $0 drive off
    $483 + tax

    Both deals are based on MSRP $44345. Is this a good deal so far? Since it is towards the year end, I am expecting big sale and good deals. It appeared that the deals on 2018 is a bit better than 2019 model; however, my family still prefer the 2019 model.

    Based on the numbers provided, is there any more negotiation?

    Please advice. Thanks.

    What is the selling price?
    Adjusted CAP cost?

    Why don't your quotes include tax? Do they not know where you live?
    What term/mileage?
    The sales didn't tell me the sales price or adjusted CAP cost.
    He knows where I lived, the payment with tax is $531 (10% sales tax)
    It is based on 36/10k miles.

    I just went to another dealership today, and they cannot match this price.
    So, I am wondering is $531 w/tax the lowest? no more negotiation? But I believed there should be more discount.
    I don't know if it's the lowest, because we don't know the selling price it's based on, possible incentives given, or whether they've marked up the money factor.
    Shopping without those details gives you no information to go on, unless you are willing to shop the deal to every dealer within 100 miles.
    I have shopping around three dealership, and they cannot match this deal.
    I calculated and approximate the discount given is around 10% off MSRP.
    He did not mentioned any mark up of the price or money factor.
    The offer included loyalty and college graduate; I believed the total around $2500.
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