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BMW 3 Series, Sedan, Wagon
May 21, 2013 (4:56 pm)
Currently leasing a BMW with 3 payments left. I was at the Dealer yesterday and was given a quote on a 2013 335 Coupe, could you please tell me if this is a good deal or I can do better?
M Sport Package
36 Months - 10K Miles
Lease with tax - $496.00
Total down $1,000.00
I would have to order the car and would not be available until approximately until late July or early August, I know that the new 4 Series will be coming out soon so I am hoping that the programs may get better by then. If I order now, I don't have to put a deposit or lock in these numbers or should I? I am in the Southern California area.
May 23, 2013 (2:33 pm)
Got a quote on a 2013 335 coupe
36 months 10k
Payment with tax $594.00
Total out of pocket $1.000
Would have to order,takes about two months
I am currently leasing a 328 coupe with 3 payments left
Can any one tell me if this is a good deal, or can i do better?
I am in the So.Cal. area
#11922 of 12237 Is this a good deal for 2013 BMW 328i???
May 23, 2013 (2:50 pm)
Hi all, this is my first time buying a luxury car and I didn't test drive the car yet, because I live 2 hours away from the nearest dealer.
Here's a quote from one of the dealer.
2013 BMW 328i xDrive Sedan
ext. color - Mineral White Metallic
int. color - Black with Dark Oyster
Cold Weather Package
Selling price 44,600 + tax+ dmv
Is this a good price?
any help is appreciated...
#11923 of 12237 Re: Is this a good deal for 2013 BMW 328i??? [davinai]
May 24, 2013 (4:06 am)
davinai....that's not a bad price. However, there's a $1,000 certificate BMW is offering right now for hte BMW Spring Sales Drive event. In short, you ask your dealer when this event is being held. Have them sign you up (you get to drive some pretty cool BMWs as well as their competitive counterparts) and BMW gives you a certificate good for $1,000 off.
Not sure if it helps, but BMW is discontinuing the "Modern" line 3 series because of slow sales of that particular option group.
#11924 of 12237 Re: Is this a good deal for 2013 BMW 328i??? [graphicguy]
May 24, 2013 (6:02 am)
can't find mention of that on line.....any more details?
May 24, 2013 (1:04 pm)
On my post for 335 coupe
Total with tax should be $496.00
May 25, 2013 (4:17 am)
Hi all! I'm looking at a 2012 BMW 328i that has been sitting at a BMW dealership since August 2012 with only 500 miles from test drives. It has never been titled or owned by anyone other than the dealership.
The MSRP back in 2012 for this with the options (premium package + technology package + enhanced bluetooth w/ BMW assist) was $43,145. Today they are tagging it for sale at $37,900 which I'm guessing is basically one year deprecation without any added miles?
If I can get it for $36,700 plus taxes, tag, dealer fees, etc out the door for around $40,275 is this a good deal?
I really don't need the technology package on this car and was thinking if I got a 2013 with the premium package + enhanced Bluetooth which has an MSRP of ~$41,500 that I could get a better deal especially with the $1000 ultimate driving event rebate this year.
Your thoughts? Thanks in advance!
#11927 of 12237 Re: Is this a good deal for 2013 BMW 328i??? [nypayz]
May 25, 2013 (5:05 am)
Different dates for different dealerships. But, contact your nearest dealer and ask them to sign you up for the "ULTIMATE DRIVING EXPERIENCE". Once you participate in the test drive, you get a $1,000 certificate good for any BMW.
#11928 of 12237 2012 328 convertible
May 26, 2013 (6:44 am)
Hi all - we were in the dealership yesterday for service and we saw a "new" 2012 (yes 12) convertible in the showroom. Sticker price is $54,600. I didn't want to engage the sales person until I got some feedback from the board. What do you think is a reasonable offer? I'm thinking $45 is realistic, but any feedback if we can get down to the $40K level? Are there any other incentives going on that we can take advantage of?
#11929 of 12237 Re: 2012 328 convertible [ahdanna]
May 26, 2013 (9:54 am)
Go to Kelly Blue Book and ask them, That will give you a better understanding of what the car is worth. You can start at $45K but I doubt the dealer will bite at it.