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BMW 5 Series, Sedan, Wagon
#3451 of 4114 Re: 2010 BMW 528 i xDrive [gmurthy]
Nov 10, 2009 (12:45 pm)
Sounds like a really nice car. IMHO: I would say that starting out at $44k is worth a shot, but I suspect you will have to go higher to make a deal. In my experience, BMW dealers "protect resale values" by not going low on the sales price of new cars. Or, should I just say -- they are going to make a profit (and a good one). I have noticed recently excellent pricing on 2008 and 2009 certified, however, but not on new. Good luck!
#3452 of 4114 Re: 2010 BMW 528 i xDrive [phylp]
Nov 10, 2009 (1:09 pm)
Thanks phylp. I will talk to the dealer and report back.
#3453 of 4114 Re: 2010 BMW 528 i xDrive [gmurthy]
Nov 11, 2009 (7:07 am)
We are looking at a similar car in NJ. Please let me know how your negotiations go. We are thinking of making a similar offer. Good luck. We also wanted to include the extended 2yr maintenance program, but at a much lower price than their quote, which was$2,000. We found out that the average cost of maintenance for the this car is $250/year for the first 4 years. So, we are going to base our offer on these numbers.
Nov 11, 2009 (8:03 pm)
Just signed a new lease agreement for a 2010 BMW 528i...Let me know what you think about the deal.
The dealer is located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area.
Heated Front Seats
Negotiated Price $49,475 (4K off MSRP)
Taxes: $3093 (Texas requires taxes on the full selling price)
- $1629 (Tax incentive for trade)
Final Tax: $1464
Total Price: $52,013
Holiday Credit $2500
Lease Loyalty $1500
Current Lease Balance as a trade: $23,200 Agreed upon value $24,000
Note: My current lease had 3 payments remaining and 4K miles over lease agreement
$800 Net Trade in Value
Total Incentive and Net Trade: $4800
Price including tax title license and fees: $52,013
Down payment (0 out of Pocket): $4800
Money Factor .00283
Monthly Payment: $645 including taxes (1st payment due at signing)
#3455 of 4114 Re: 2010 528i M Sport [bimmerfan01]
Nov 12, 2009 (1:02 pm)
If you don't mind me asking what dealer in Dallas/Ft Worth? Did you order your car?
BMW Dallas Girl
#3456 of 4114 2010 BMW 528 xi...Recent Purchase History
Nov 12, 2009 (1:24 pm)
I am looking for any information on recent purchases of the 2010 BMW 528 xi. I might be purchasing within a week. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
#3457 of 4114 Re: 2010 528i M Sport [l0m6905]
Nov 12, 2009 (6:04 pm)
Moritz in Arlington. Tried Autobahn, but their deal was not near as good as Moritz.
#3458 of 4114 2008 525 CPO with Prem Pkg
Nov 12, 2009 (6:42 pm)
Local dealer is offering 2008 525 CPO 20k miles with prem. pkg. for 31k$.
has other 2008 525 CPO 21k miles with prem pkg, sport pkg for 34k$.
Any thought on price.
#3459 of 4114 Re: 2008 525 CPO with Prem Pkg [hospitalityusa]
Nov 15, 2009 (1:21 pm)
I just purchased a 528xi with Premiun, value an fold down seats at Bloomfield BMW here in NJ , the MSRP was $50,350.00, they sold it to me for $47,000.00 plus a $2,500 holiday discount on financing, so that's a final price of $44,500.00. This was by far the best deal out 5 dealers I called.
If you are in NJ go to Bloomfield BMW they have the lowes price.
And dont forget to buy this year to get the stimulus tax break, deductuble sales tax that is. For me that is another $800.00 when I file my taxes.
#3460 of 4114 Re: End of Lease Experiece [two50man]
Nov 15, 2009 (2:10 pm)
I have a CPO 2007 530i, with almost identical features except the split rear seats and ski thing (whatever that is). I bought it last June at Greenwich CT BMW when it had 24K miles on the clock, they were asking $36,900, and came down to $36,200. The car is pristine, and still smells new even. It runs beautifully and I love it. It has a set of Bridgestone Potenza low profiles on it, I have Sports pkg also, and the sport rims that come with it. I am wondering if my tires are
"run flats" how can I tell? Since I have a donut for a spare, I have to assume I have the run flats? I s that a correct assumption? My dealer told me just the opposite, that if I have a donut, then I don't have run flats.
Can any one shed some light on it? Also, I read an article in the WSJ lately, that those same Bridgestone's are about $410 each. That seems like a lot of money.
They are practically new, so I don't need to worry about it yet.