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BMW 3 Series, Sedan, Wagon
#11808 of 12247 Re: BMW 328i Sedan Deals [soapdish616]
Feb 10, 2013 (4:00 pm)
Excellent deal on the 2011, BTW, who was your salesman at Chapman? When I buy I go through Jimmy or Brian (sales manager.)
#11809 of 12247 Re: BMW 328i Sedan Deals [soapdish616]
Feb 13, 2013 (5:45 am)
So there is a $1000 cash back offer good on the 2013 3-series in Feb?
#11811 of 12247 new 328i from dealer
Feb 14, 2013 (7:41 am)
Hi all first time luxury car buyer...actually didn't had any car for last 5 year (living in nyc) .....
one dealer has given me quote for following car
2013 BMW 328i Sedan
37,500 + tax+ dmv
Is this a good price?
any help is appreciated...
Dealer is offering this
#11812 of 12247 Re: new 328i from dealer [newtooca]
Feb 14, 2013 (7:40 am)
Is 37,500 out the door price?
#11813 of 12247 Re: new 328i from dealer [peterb4u]
Feb 14, 2013 (7:42 am)
sorry no that + taxes which is 8% around orange county CA where i will buy and ia m moving there..
#11814 of 12247 Re: 2013 328i Lease Question [satch98]
Feb 14, 2013 (8:54 am)
It appears that BMW is aggressively moving their coupes and convertibles since the new 4 series is due out soon. I'm sure since BMW contacted you, you are in a good position to deal...
#11815 of 12247 Is this a good deal
Feb 26, 2013 (7:23 pm)
2013 328i Black Sapphire Metallic, cold weather package (ZCW), premium package (ZPP), BMW Assist (6NL).
MSRP 42,645...dealer offer $38,350
36 month lease with .00130 LMF....we will put down $5000 which will leave a balance of $26,866 at the end of the lease.....Dealer said the residual value is 63%
Any information would be greatly appreciated...if you need more info hopefully I can provide it
#11816 of 12247 Re: Is this a good deal [jwalls]
Feb 27, 2013 (8:46 am)
That's a lot of money to put down on a lease. You should always try to get your down payment as close to $0 as possible since it is likely that you will never get that $ back should you suffer a total loss on the car (accident, theft).
Talk to your CA about doing MSDs instead--multiple security deposits. These are refundable at lease end and they bring down your money factor (interest rate).
Of course, all of this assumes you want the option of turning the car back in at lease end. If your payment strategy is aimed at eventually paying off and owning the car, then that kind of dp makes more sense.
#11817 of 12247 Re: Is this a good deal [shabadoo25]
Feb 27, 2013 (11:19 am)
The $5000 down is to get the payments to a level my girlfriend can afford. Half is from a trade in and the other half cash.
Neither of us have leased so we are not familiar with the MSD's you are mentioning.
I will do a little research on those...thanks