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BMW X5, SUV
#1889 of 2553 Re: 2012 X5 Premium Lease quote [nsfw]
Apr 06, 2011 (1:41 pm)
The 2012 35d will not be available until October, there are varying theories as to why the diesel is being held back, but the bottom line is that it's a 2011 until then. I bought a 2011 35d on March 31st. I found a Platinum Grey with Black interior at a dealer about 1 hour from my home (Open Road BMW in Edison,NJ), here are the details:
Cold Weather Pkg
Rear Climate Pkg
IPod/USB & Satellite Radio
MSRP - $61,825
Paid - $54,033
Negotiated to within a couple hundred of invoice then included the Eco Credit (which is extended at least through May) to end up at just over $54k. I also used Bank of America (3.49% for 72 months is advertised, actual APR ended up at 3.67% - still better than BMW Financial's 4.9% for 72 months on the diesel). The 2012 will include a few more options (in a config similar to the one above) for about the same price; but I didn't want to wait until October for BMW Apps, Comfort Access Key and a HiFi system. The diesel will work out for me as well...even at around $.20 more per gallon than gasoline, I'll save $600 per year, driving 2k miles per month (23 mpg for diesel vs. 19 mpg for gasoline). Plus the torque on the diesel is outstanding!
#1890 of 2553 2008 CPO 3.0si
Apr 06, 2011 (6:42 pm)
I was quoted $38K on a 2008 3.0si with premium and cold weather package. I know it has some room for negotiation. Could someone let me know what ballpark would be a good OTD price and what I should start with? Thanks!
#1891 of 2553 2012 X5 35i Premium
Apr 07, 2011 (8:39 am)
Advice on pricing please - I met with my BMW dealer in NYC yesterday. I'm leasing another X5 (this will be my 3rd one). Dealer quote is listed below. It seems fair to me, but I welcome any advice:
$4,260 down (includes all taxes and fees)
Adj. Cap Cost: $58,595
$755/mo (does not include taxes in monthly pmt)
#1892 of 2553 Re: 2012 X5 35i Premium [mets86]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Apr 07, 2011 (1:33 pm)
Is that CAP cost a typo?
$4260 upfront, and the CAP is more than the MSRP?
#1893 of 2553 X5 diesel
Apr 07, 2011 (11:15 pm)
When are we expecting 2012 models and if there are current incentives?
#1894 of 2553 Re: 2012 X5 35i Premium [kyfdx]
Apr 08, 2011 (3:30 am)
Sorry - yes, it was a typo. The MSRP is $61,175 and the CAP is $58,595. Please advise your thoughts. Thanks.
#1895 of 2553 Is this a good deal for X5 35d?
Apr 10, 2011 (3:42 pm)
2011 X5 35d + premium package + 3rd row seats + PDC + roof rail, MSRP 58675, dealer's best price is 52795 including eco credit. I am in Seattle, seems not a good place to get best deal. Thanks
#1896 of 2553 2012 X5 35i Premium
Apr 10, 2011 (4:04 pm)
Met with a BMW dealer in SW Connecticut (near NYC). They said the best price that they could offer is 52,755. This is for the premium package without any other options/upgrades. Additional costs were DMV fee $175; Doc fee $275; and 6% state tax. Does anyone think that this is a good price?
#1897 of 2553 Re: Is this a good deal for X5 35d? [bigapple331]
Apr 10, 2011 (5:59 pm)
Ran your config thru the Zag buying tool offered by USAA, AAA and Amex among others (basically a no haggle, car buying service for members). According to them, the best price they have is $53,445 (incl. Eco Credit), so I think you're doing well with the quote you have. It seems Seattle is a tough place to get a deal, same config in PA comes up at $51,645...sorry...
#1898 of 2553 advice on pricing for bargaining
Apr 12, 2011 (1:11 pm)
I am looking to buy X5 35i (2011) with
smart phone integration
heated front seats and ventilated front seats
3rd row seats
Sand Beige leather. I haven't bought BMW before. Please advice me on what price would be a good deal while bargaining. I am in Texas.