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BMW X5, SUV
#1467 of 2455 Re: Sec 179 [chimpi99]
Apr 03, 2010 (8:53 am)
the $4500 ECO Credit is an Incentive by BMW:
The ECO Credit is scheduled to end April 30th 2011. It is available on current 2010 and 2011 BMW diesel vehicles.
The X5 diesel currently also qualified for $1800 Alternative Fuel tax credit from the Federal(BMWUSA website listing it inaccurately as $900).
I also recently ordered a 2011 X5 diesel for $500 above invoice(not including the eco credit):
2011 X5 Diesel
Rear Climate Package
Heated Front Seats
3r Row Seats
$500 above invoice minus $4500 eco Credit = Total $52,576
Then next tax season minus another $1800(alternative fuel tax credit).
#1468 of 2455 Re: BMW X5 35 Diesel [desi_bmwowner]
Apr 05, 2010 (4:20 pm)
Don't you mean you ordered, since they (2011s) aren't available yet ... ?
#1469 of 2455 2010 X5 Lease Deal
Apr 05, 2010 (6:29 pm)
This forum has been very helpful for me, so posting this info for those looking for the last few of 2010 3.0 X5 remaining on the market. I pulled the trigger on the following lease on March 31st, 2010.
Car: MSRP: 58125 (Base 47600, Cold Weather Pkg 1250, Premium 3400, Rear Climate Pkg 900, Tech Pkg 2800, Spare 150, Running Boards 300, Roof Rails 100, iPod&USB 400, Sat Radio 350, Dest 875)
Lease: 36mo, 10K/year
Monthly: 740.87 including NY Tax
Out of Pocket: 2922
Buy Price: 53990.10
Adjusted Cap Cost: 56344.13
Out of pocket: 2922 (Capt Cost Reduction 76, 1st Mo 740, Sec Deposit 750, Reg Fee 295, Acq Fee 875, Doc Fee 185)
#1470 of 2455 Re: Sec 179 [carbuyer2012]
Apr 06, 2010 (5:15 pm)
Can you tell me which dealer you got the deal from? I live in CA but haven't seen anybody offer that good of a price. Thanks.
#1471 of 2455 Re: Sec 179 [goldenbear94]
Apr 07, 2010 (1:28 pm)
I bought mine in Virginia, if you're in CA check out this link:
A few people on there posted dealerships that gave them good deals.
Btw, I forgot to add the $875 Destination fee. So my total price is :$53,451
#1472 of 2455 Just ordered a 2011 X5d
Apr 09, 2010 (3:18 pm)
I'm in the Bay Area and have been able to negotiate a $250 over invoice minus the $4500 deal. The one thing I'm not sure of is the trailer hitch The dealer is telling me the only option is to have them install the hitch once it's at the dealership at a cost of $1.2K. I realize it's not a factory option but it seems they should be able to do it at the port for a lot less. The ML/GL and Porsche/Audi/VW hitches are all in the $550 range.
Anyone have any experience with this?
#1474 of 2455 2011 X5 xDrive 3.5i
Apr 11, 2010 (11:22 pm)
Anyone has the 2011 X5 availability date? All BMW said, was shortly after the NYC Autoshow. It is over now.
Thanks in advance.
#1475 of 2455 Re: 2011 X5 xDrive 3.5i [zhecks]
Apr 12, 2010 (11:25 am)
Zhecks, dealers are taking orders on 2011s now if you're interested....dealer allocations should be arriving on the lots in ~4 weeks according to my SA. Hope this helps
#1476 of 2455 Re: Just ordered a 2011 X5d [nkole]
Apr 12, 2010 (7:43 pm)
Hi nkole, can you share with me the dealer you negotiated for $250 over invoice for 2011 X5 in bay area? shawliyahoo.com.