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#12036 of 12242 Re: Availability of 2013 335i/335xi [nick81]
Aug 27, 2013 (7:22 am)
I had to order my 335i because American dealers don't stock manual transmissions, and I wanted specific stuff. The dealership placed my order in the Munich production queue the next day. If I were you, I'd sit down with someone in management at a dealership and ask when production shifts to 2014's. I expect the cut-off to be soon, but I'm only assuming. My order was placed on April 4th, and took delivery on May 16th. That's amazingly fast for a custom build. You can follow things along on BMW's website, so you'll know when it enters production, when it leaves the plant, when it's on its way over, and when it arrives at the dealership. Pretty cool. Lot's of negotiating room on production orders. Dealers seem to like transactions that don't involve having to carry a vehicle on their lot. Good luck!
#12037 of 12242 Re: Availability of 2013 335i/335xi [nick81]
Aug 27, 2013 (7:30 am)
It's the end of Aug, only 2014 are being built.
#12038 of 12242 Prices Paid BMW 328d - New Diesel
Aug 27, 2013 (9:44 am)
My local BMW dealership just received their first shipment of two 328d's. I am interested in them, given the fact that they are averaging close to 50-60mpg. Does anyone have any current experience with Prices Paid, Invoice pricing, Current BMW Diesel incentives (that could possibly stack with the ones mentioned earlier in this thread)? I am going to drive it today to see how it compares. Today I have a 2006 325i with almost 150k miles. Thinking this might be worth the change, if the ride is nice, and the price is good. Thoughts?
#12039 of 12242 328d Pricing Update
Aug 28, 2013 (5:16 am)
It looks like there aren't many incentives for the 328d. Here is what I found from BMW Dreyer and Reinbold in Indianapolis:
$1500- Build Out cash is not available for any 2014, which is what all of these are
$3500- Eco Credit is not applicable, even though the 335d, X5d, and 3 Series Hybrid had this (not sure if this is forever, or just since it is brand new).
They were only willing to give me $500 as a BMW customer today
Anyone experiencing anything different than this?
#12040 of 12242 BMW 328i Money Factor
Aug 28, 2013 (7:25 am)
I have been quoted a money for of .00165 for a 2013 BMW 328i Conv. Is this the best rate for those with very good credit scores?
#12041 of 12242 Re: Availability of 2013 335i/335xi [nick81]
Aug 28, 2013 (11:03 am)
2013 production ended in June for Germany production and July for South Africa. Only MY14 can be ordered now
#12042 of 12242 Re: 328d Pricing Update [rbirge]
Aug 28, 2013 (11:04 am)
Nope that is all correct. AH3 has $3500 ECO credit on them for MY14
#12043 of 12242 Re: BMW 328i Money Factor [tomy3]
Aug 28, 2013 (11:05 am)
Top tier buy rate is .00125
#12044 of 12242 Re: Availability of 2013 335i/335xi [jasonmdbmw]
Aug 28, 2013 (3:17 pm)
Thanks for the responses on availability of 2013 335i's. I got a quote from a dealer for a 2013 335i xDrive with the Tech Pkg. MSRP is $51,645 and he's quoting $3,800 under that ($47,800). Strikes me as about as good as I'm going to find, but was wondering if anyone had any recent experiences/thoughts on whether I should be haggling for more of a cut or if this is about as good a deal as I can expect at this point. Thanks again!
#12045 of 12242 Re: Availability of 2013 335i/335xi [nick81]
Aug 29, 2013 (7:19 am)
Another way to ask my question above that would probably be more helpful is to clarify that the dealer is essentially quoting me the invoice price (based on my building out the same car, invoice is $47,700 vs. the $47,800 they are asking for). Was wondering how much below invoice I could expect to get at this point on the 2013 335i xdrive with the 2014's coming out.