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BMW X5, SUV
#1116 of 2562 Re: 2005 X5 4.4 with 40000miles [bmlexus]
Mar 09, 2009 (4:19 pm)
yes - that is my dilemma. you would understand if you cared for bmw-handling.
only a big discount like $11k under list for a brand new lexus rx could sway me and i tried to get that price and forego the X5, but couldn't. so back to square 1 looking for a used X5. the X5 is on the top of my list, but i just refuse to spend upwards of $50k for a vehicle or upwards of $30k for used(but for an X5 it could depend).
#1117 of 2562 Re: 2005 X5 4.4 with 40000miles [jpzy3]
Mar 10, 2009 (2:26 am)
I do understand bmws handling.
I've driven bmws best suv, which is the bmw X6, and I know how well it handles,but when your best friend works at a bmw dealer,and advises you not to buy it, that does put a doubt in your mind, doesn't it?
Well, the RX2009 has big discounts, up to $9k from what I've heard, around $32k for a new 2009 rx.
#1118 of 2562 2009 X5 3.0i w/ Prem., Tech., Cold Weath., Rear Clim.
Mar 11, 2009 (10:23 am)
This 2009 X5 3.0i (at dealer lot in Atlanta) is Monaco Blue with Saddle Brown Nevada leather interior and has the following options:
Cold weather package
Rear climate package
MSRP is 57,020. Dealer has offered $52,010. Dealer also said the 2.9% specified on the BMW website for X5's is the best he can do - he has no discretion. TMV on Edmunds seems to suggest this is an ok deal. Anyone have any thoughts? Is the statement about the financing rate correct even though the bulk of their models can be purchased at .9%?
#1119 of 2562 Re: 2009 X5 3.0i w/ Prem., Tech., Cold Weath., Rear Clim. [murn]
Mar 11, 2009 (1:15 pm)
I think you can do better on the price. My 08 MSRP'd at 59950 and I got it for 52K even + TTL. Don't think you will be able to negotiate on the interest rate, that's standard from BMW FS, but if you wait a few months I am sure it will drop to .9 on the X5s as well.
#1121 of 2562 2009 X5 3.0i deal!
Mar 20, 2009 (5:00 am)
Hey all, I've been a silent watcher of this blog till now but I'm looking for some help.
I'm looking to buy a 2009 x5 3.0i with premium package, cold weather, technology, rear climate control, 3rd row seats, running boards, (if the car comes with it then the ipod and usb adapter with smart phone integration). MSRP is
$58,825. Can any one tell me what a good price would be for this car? i've gotten quotes for about 52,500.
Any help would be greatly appreciated or even other deals that people have gotten in the last month or so would be great. Is there a good dealer in the tristate area that will give you the best deal?
#1122 of 2562 Re: 2009 X5 3.0i deal! [greybmw]
Mar 20, 2009 (1:03 pm)
Hi, I'm looking at X5 with similar packages. $52,500 is $1500 below invoice, so I'd say that's a pretty good deal! Is $52,500 including the $1750 loyalty cash?
The best I've found on an MSRP of $59,070 is $54,150 ($55,900 minus the $1750).
#1123 of 2562 Re: 2009 X5 3.0i deal! [tylerg2]
Mar 20, 2009 (3:17 pm)
that 52,500 i believe includes the $1750 discount. Another dealer told me that there is no $1750 discount on the x5 (its only for a lease). but i don't think thats true. Which dealer did you get your deal from? Mine is from bmw of teanfly.
#1124 of 2562 Re: 2009 X5 3.0i deal! [greybmw]
Mar 21, 2009 (9:20 am)
also does anyone know if we order a car to our specifications, do we lock in the 2.9% rate and get the two months payment? As per one dealer you can only lock in the 2.9% rate (prestige bmw) and as per hassel BMW you can lock in the 2.9 and first two months payment.
no one gives you a normal answer. Can anyone shed any light on this?
#1125 of 2562 Re: 2009 X5 3.0i deal! [greybmw]
Mar 21, 2009 (9:38 am)
I have a 08 X5 and 06 330Xi, I did not like the sales experience at Hassel. I found their sales people very unprofessional. I would be very careful with them. That much I can tell you!!!