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#4042 of 4113 Is this a good deal on a 2014 528i xdrive?
Jul 13, 2013 (8:07 pm)
This will be my first bmw, so pointers from veterans appreciated.
528i xdrive 2014, Carbon black metallic, M sport line, Sport auto transmission, Cold weather package, Premium package, Driver assist, Driver assist plus, Lighting package, Rear sunshades, Harmon kardon sound system
36 months lease
12,000 miles per year
36 months 12k miles per year.
Upfront (first month): $2550 includes all taxes and fees (break up of this is $925 acquisition fee, $740 first month's installment + misc)
Remaining 35 months: $740 per month
Another dealer has essentially bettered this quote by $925, saying that the upfront (including registration + misc fees) would be $1600.
Please tell me if this seems like a good deal.
#4043 of 4113 Re: Is this a good deal on a 2014 528i xdrive? [priti1]
Jul 14, 2013 (2:23 am)
What is the selling price? That seems like an awful lot for a 528,
#4044 of 4113 Re: Is this a good deal on a 2014 528i xdrive? [ponytrekker]
Jul 14, 2013 (6:59 am)
Thank you for replying. Yes, it appears to be a bit steep, but I have got almost every add-on on it. The Msrp itself is 67525, negotiated final price is 61400 (this is close to the invoice price). MF 0.00127, residual 61% gives me monthly payments of $695 per month before state tax, so that seems to tie up.
The issue is the cash due upfront. I believe that the upfront is being unfairly marked up, as is clear from the quotes of the 2 dealerships. While both are at same monthly (695/m) one is seeking 2550 upfront and the other 1600.
Also, please note that the above pricing includes a $1000 rebate for attending a bmw event.
#4045 of 4113 Re: Is this a good deal on a 2014 528i xdrive? [priti1]
Jul 15, 2013 (2:00 pm)
All they are doing is taking the $925 Acquisition Fee and moving it to the back end. When you turn in the lease you will pay the 925 then and not at lease signing so its essentially the same deal
#4046 of 4113 BMW 528i 2013 xdrive loaner with 6500 mi
Jul 20, 2013 (10:55 am)
Dealer price is $49990 includes prem pack, rear view camera, nav and cold package. I plan to tradein 328xi w/ 80k miles. 3 questions: good deal or how much can i negotiate this to? Is it good to buy loaner cars from dealer? What can i expect agood trade in price?
Thanks a ton for your help and response...
#4047 of 4113 reasonable price for loaner
Jul 24, 2013 (11:38 am)
I'll post this on the lease page since it seems there is more action there; but my question is simple: I have been offered 2013 528xi for $11,000 below msrp. Not sure about applicability of incentives, but car has 7000 miles on it. thanks.
#4048 of 4113 2013 535i x-drive lease offer
Jul 24, 2013 (12:28 pm)
Hi, I am new to this forum. Just negotiated a lease on a 2013 535i x-drive with following options:
36 months / 12,000 miles per year
Alpine White, Black Dakota Leather
M-Sport, Premium, Cold Weather, Navigation, Rearview Camera, Park Distance.
Total MSRP $65025 including $925 destination fee.
Monthly payment $679 with $2700 upfront which includes 1st month payment, NJ taxes, registration, etc
Is this a good deal?
#4049 of 4113 Re: reasonable price for loaner [moznick007]
Jul 24, 2013 (2:56 pm)
Make sure it isn't a trade assist/buyback.
#4050 of 4113 bmw 535ix drive 2014
Jul 25, 2013 (11:30 am)
I am not leasing but paying cash
Titanium metallic silver $550
1Cold weather package; heated sets steering wheel $950
2Door closes soft closing doors $600
3Drving assist package $ 1800 head up display- rear view camera - park distance control
4top view and side $750 camera
5leather Napa leather $1000
Premium; $1500 power tailgate
Keyless entry (1000). Sat radio (350)/ rear trunk to open
$7150 for above
Im In NEw York City: I have insentives of 1500 usaa/driver insentive 1000/ loyaltiy 1000
total for insentives 3500
trading in 2002 bmw 525i maybe get 5000. have not heard back yet from dealer will take it to them sat.
What should I do now? Nancy
#4051 of 4113 Re: 2013 535i x-drive lease offer [vak25]
Jul 25, 2013 (1:01 pm)
Even in a lease, you should know the sales price and dealer cost, not just the MSRP. Configure the car on bmwconfig.com. You should be about $500.00 over invoice before the application of credits (build credit, loyalty, etc.) If you are in NJ, you should get your first months payment paid by BMW. That is a local tri-state special. Try not to put much down, this way if the car gets totaled or stolen, you are not out of pocket.
Also, get a quote from a few dealers.