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BMW 3 Series, Sedan, Wagon
#11852 of 12242 Re: First time leaser: 328i coupe vs 4 series [newleaser1]
Mar 25, 2013 (12:36 pm)
Wait for the 4 series but it may not hits the US showrooms until August or September. While the car may be hot when it comes out, you can still get a deal if you do ED.
#11853 of 12242 Re: First time leaser: 328i coupe vs 4 series [zoombie99]
Mar 25, 2013 (4:01 pm)
Horrible advice.. The money factor for the 4 series will be high so the savings you get from the European delivery program will washed out. Dealers wont deal on the 4 series, for a while, so people will have to pay MSRP and high money factor...
#11854 of 12242 Re: First time leaser: 328i coupe vs 4 series [graphicguy]
Mar 25, 2013 (4:02 pm)
That said, up until a couple of weeks ago, I had an E92 coupe.
OK, so what are you driving now, S5 ?
#11855 of 12242 Re: First time leaser: 328i coupe vs 4 series [flightnurse]
Mar 26, 2013 (4:49 am)
FN...no...still driving the S4. Sold the F32. Long story that's boring, but the S4 is now in my name.
#11856 of 12242 Re: First time leaser: 328i coupe vs 4 series [graphicguy]
Mar 26, 2013 (7:41 am)
Oh my.... I was looking at a 335is convertible yesterday nice car....
#11857 of 12242 Re: First time leaser: 328i coupe vs 4 series [flightnurse]
Mar 26, 2013 (11:02 am)
FN....335is 'vert would be sweet. No complaints whatsoever about driving an S4.
That said, I'll own a BMW again.
#11858 of 12242 Re: 2013 328xi MSRP $45,645 [bmwillu]
Apr 02, 2013 (11:04 am)
I end up purchasing BMW 328xi Luxury Line.
Black Exterior & Tuffle Interior.
Luxury Pkg, Premium Pkg, Cold Weather pkg, Navigation
MSRP 48K - 44486.93 OTD
Following rebates included in OTD
-$1000 Finance rebate
-$750 Loyalty Rebate
Apr 02, 2013 (8:37 pm)
Is it possible to order a new 3-series with the options one wants? What is the wait involved from when the order is placed until delivery? Thanks in advance!
#11860 of 12242 Re: Ordering? [lichtronamo]
Apr 03, 2013 (4:29 am)
Actually, it's pretty easy to spec and order exactly what you want.
Go here and configure what you want.
Once getting the car exactly the way you want, take a printout to your dealer, haggle with them. Have them order the car. Depending on the allocation they have in approx 6-8 weeks you'll have your car in your garage.
#11861 of 12242 Re: Ordering? [graphicguy]
Apr 04, 2013 (7:16 am)
Just what I wanted to hear. The 3-Series can get pricy quickly with too many options and here in MN they are almost all XDrive/automatics. Thanks!