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BMW X5, SUV
#1103 of 2455 Re: 2009 x5 3.0 new lease good price? [2009_X5_3L]
Jan 22, 2009 (8:41 am)
The transport fee is negotiable. Is it being flat-bedded or driven? I'd be willing to pay more if it was flat-bedded.
The MACO and training are real fees that are on the invoice.
The MF is being marked up by the max 0.004, so that could be negotiated to the base 0.0018.
I would NOT put $7k cash down. If the car is stolen or totalled, that money is gone. I'd look into multiple security deposits. BMW allows up to 7 additional security deposits and each one decreases the MF (I believe by 0.0007 each, but double check with your dealer). That money is refundable -assuming there is no vehicle damage or repairs needed to the vehicle at lease turn in.
#1104 of 2455 X-5 Diesel 2009
Jan 22, 2009 (3:07 pm)
Just had to let you all know the X-5 diesel is awesome. Bought the 2009 which was delivered right after Xmas from Keeler, Ltham, NY. $1200 over invoice and able to add options not otherwise affordable if we went with the 4.8i. Starts up in -25F with no problem and gets great gas mileage. Power is no problem on the low end or high end. Keeler has to be one of the best dealers in NY. Customer service,knowledge and attitude superb. Stopped by a few in LI who would just not compare.
#1105 of 2455 Re: Confused on MF [SpacerM]
Jan 22, 2009 (3:15 pm)
Here is my current deal for a 2009 X5 4.8:
MSRP of car ordered: 70,720
Sale Price: 65300
3 remaining payments on current lease rolled into cap cost: 2418
8.625 tax rate
5000 drive off. Dealership makes 3 final payments(2418 total) on existing lease. $892 per month. Taxes are included in drive-off fees.
#1106 of 2455 Re: Confused on MF [morecowbell75]
Jan 26, 2009 (11:32 pm)
Does 892/month include tax?
I got this deal:
2009 x5 4.8i
Drive off: $1,171.00 ( First payment + Registration doc fee )
Monthly including utah tax: $949.17
without tax: $888.32
Is this good?
#1107 of 2455 Re: 2009 X5 3.0 with Prm, Tec, Cmft, 3rd, RearClimate [DallasCowboy]
Jan 27, 2009 (9:22 am)
Is this a good deal, folks?
Got a offer from dealer for a 09 X5 3.0 MSRP of 54525, they ask 51000, which is about $835 above Edmunds invoice price and $350 abover dealer's invoce. In addition, there is a $2500 manufactures cash rebate.
Jan 28, 2009 (12:23 pm)
Justin, what so the total price is 48,500 = 51,000-2,500 on a 54,252 MSRP? That is very nice
I got 52,200 off an MSRP of 57,620 (TMV = 56,310, Edmund's Invoice = 52,980), however, I did not receive any cash rebate, and I didn't see any listed anywhere as an incentive from BMW.
Jan 28, 2009 (1:35 pm)
I got an offer of 50000 on 2009 X5 3.0 with MSRP 55170, no cash rebate. What do you think ? Looks like Justin got a better deal.
Feb 06, 2009 (9:16 pm)
Looking to get an X5 very soon. Are there any rebates going on now??? Looks like anywhere near invoice price right now is good.
#1111 of 2455 Manufacturer's Cash Rebate???
Feb 07, 2009 (9:46 am)
Where'd you guys hear about $2500 cash rebate? When did that start?
Do you think the 2010's will have the 3.5 twin turbo?
#1112 of 2455 2005 X5 4.4 with 40000miles
Mar 07, 2009 (3:13 pm)
Dealer is asking $28000 for a 05 X5 4.4 with 40000 miles sport package. Is it a right price or how much should I negotiate for.