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BMW X5, SUV
#1354 of 2565 Re: BMW 2009 X5 3.0i buying question [cablue]
Oct 28, 2009 (6:00 pm)
Did you also have to pay for the charges shown below which are also typical add-on charges here? The MACO is something I could not get the dealer drop and they told me it was an integral part of the BMW invoice and offered to show it to me on the paperwork.
- MACO ($380)
- administration ($399)
- detail (aka dealer prep.) ($200)
I paid $500 over invoice, then add the three items above and then subtract the $4,500 eco credit. The total price was below the Edmunds calculation for "what others are paying" in this area and was below the "Great Deal" on Truecar.com for my area so I was happy with the deal.
This of course does not include delivery ($825 here), tax and tag.
Oct 29, 2009 (4:55 am)
Has anyone received their new 2010 X5 diesel. I know production has started, but wanted to know if delivery has begun and how is the drive.
#1356 of 2565 Re: X5 DIESEL [alan39]
Oct 29, 2009 (5:42 pm)
I go a week from Tuesday to pick mine up at the performance center. The web page shows it is done.
#1357 of 2565 Ordered 2010 X5 Diesel 35d
Nov 07, 2009 (2:01 pm)
MSRP - 61875 Invoice - 57430
Options: Premium, Technology, Rear Climate, USB/iPod Adaptor, 3rd row seats, Heated Front Seats & roof rails.
+ 500 ( 500 over invoice)
- 4500 (4500 Eco Credit)
-1500 (returning X3 lease, so additional $1500 credit for X3 lease return)
51960 selling price
Sales tax + tag/registraction extra - around $6000 (in California/alameda county)
I'm not sure whether it's a good deal, but very pleased with the sales person and the way he handled things. Thanks to everyone who shared the purchase experience and the pricing details, it really helped me.
#1358 of 2565 Re: Ordered 2010 X5 Diesel 35d [suryan]
Nov 07, 2009 (2:12 pm)
Very good deal. Are they taxing your $4500 credit?
What is your color combo?
Nov 09, 2009 (10:34 am)
I see a lot of quotes/prices paid on the diesel X5, can anyone tell me what I should be shooting for when I negotiate on a new 2009 X5 30i? I know that right now they are offering $2500 holiday cash and 4.9% financing for 60 months but I can not get a feel for what a good price base price for this model is. I've seen it suggested to aim for dealer invoice + $500 -- where do I find dealer invoice?
#1360 of 2565 Re: Ordered 2010 X5 Diesel 35d [00boxsters]
Nov 09, 2009 (11:22 am)
No, the tax is on the final selling price which excludes the $4500 eco-credit. My color combination is Black Sapphire Metallic/Black premium leather.
Nov 11, 2009 (5:32 pm)
Bought a 2010 X5 3.0 MSRP $58425, sold to me for $54,400 then take off the $2500 Holiday rebate so at $51,900 (plus taxes) final cost.
#1362 of 2565 Re: Good price? [stanesq]
Nov 12, 2009 (7:37 am)
what package and where did you get it quoted?
i like to find the 09 x5 but seems all fully loaded...anyone know if any dealers have 09 X5 (close to base model) available??
#1363 of 2565 Re: Good price? [ricketman]
Nov 12, 2009 (6:18 pm)
X5 3.0 Premium Package, Premium Sound, 3rd row, Heated seated, Navigation, IPOD connector and Sirius XM
you will get better deal on 2010 at this point IMHO.
Bought from NJ dealer