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BMW X5, SUV
#1904 of 2564 Would you take 42 or 48 month lease option??
May 27, 2011 (8:41 pm)
I am reviewing overnight on this 2011 X5 35d custom order for June allocation. Could you please let me know if it's a good deal or not??
Alpine White, Black Interior and Dark Bamboo trim
ZPP Premium Package
ZAP Sport Activity Package (19-inch wheels)
ZPS Premium Sound Package
ZRC Rear Climate Package
ZTP Technology Package
322 Comfort Access
328 Running Boards
494 Heated Front Seats
6NR BMW Apps
Sales price after Eco credit: $59,500 including floor mats and trunk liner.
48 month, 10K miles/year, 48% residual and $725 Bank fees
MF=.00121 after OLP and max MSD
Monthly= 692.42 plus 8.75% tax = 753.01
42 month, 10K miles/year, 52% residual and $725 Bank fees
MF=.00121 after OLP and max MSD
Monthly= $715.10 plus 8.75% tax = 777.67
Thanks in advance for your help!!
#1905 of 2564 Price paid for X5 Premium 2012
May 29, 2011 (5:30 am)
Please let me know how I did.
multi contour seats
carpet floor mats
wheel lock lug nuts
total was $56,289 plus tax/tag/title
#1906 of 2564 Re: 2012 X5 35i Premium [scpow]
May 30, 2011 (3:45 am)
Hi. I've priced the X5 premium pkg at close to 4 dealerships in nj and $52,755 is a low price, even w/o additional upgrades. The premium pkg also includes many options so you don't need to add much more. If you don't mind, can you give me the name of the dealership in SW Ct?
#1907 of 2564 Re: Price paid for X5 Premium 2012 [scpow]
May 30, 2011 (3:49 am)
I read my dates wrong. I didn't see your 5/29 posting. With all the upgrades you got, that's a great all-in cost. Please let me know what dealership you went with. Thx.
#1908 of 2564 Re: 2012 X5 35i Premium [greg157]
May 30, 2011 (9:34 am)
If you are paying for all the options at invoice not retail pricing that's good. Plus, if you are paying $500 to $1000 over invoice that's about as good as you can expect.
Another option is use a broker like
A-1 click in Denver....they have options for dealers all over the U.S.
Hope this helps a little....
#1909 of 2564 Re: 2012 X5 35i Premium [ttopper1]
Jun 07, 2011 (6:23 pm)
Thanks for responding to me a week or so back. Take a quick look at this if you can. This is the deal I have in place. Let me know if you what you think, good bad or indifferent. Thanks.
Car: BMW X5 xDrive35i
Exterior: Space Grey Metallic
Interior: Black Nevada Leather
Trim: Dark Burl Walnut
Options: Convenience pkg, comfort access (included/no charge), Nav System,
3rd row seat
Term: 36 months, 10,000 miles per year
Residual Value %: 60%
Money Factor: .00185
Bottom line Lease Payment: $708.96
Money Down at signing: $3,997.39
Money Down includes the following:
$708.96 (first months payment)
$1,786.68 (upfront sales tax)
$725.00 (Acquisition fee)
$227.00 (DMV fees)
$275.00 (Doc fee)
$224.00 (NJ Luxury tax)
$50.75 (Tax on fees)
#1910 of 2564 Re: 2012 X5 35i Premium [greg157]
Jun 08, 2011 (9:53 pm)
Looks good and the numbers work. Do it!
#1911 of 2564 2011 BMW X5 35d
Jun 12, 2011 (3:43 am)
Hello - we priced a 2011 BMW X5 35D with the following options:
Cold Weather Package
Ipod & Usb Adaptor
Heated Rear Seats
Rear Climate Package
Dark Bamboo Wood Trim
Selling Price: $54,500
Is this a good deal or should we be doing better? We are comparing to the Mercedes ML350 Bluetec and Lexus RX450h. Thanks for the help.
#1912 of 2564 Dealer Holdback Question
Jun 20, 2011 (5:27 pm)
I have negotiated a deal on '11 X5d for $500 over dealer invoice (including the $3,500 eco credit) which normally I'd be very pleased with. However, I know from several sources that the dealer will also earn a $1,600 +/- dealer holdback credit bringing their net profit up to $2,000+, well above what they should earn on any car. But several buying web sites suggest that dealers will not share in this credit and that it's off the table. Is this true or should I push harder?
#1913 of 2564 Re: Dealer Holdback Question [kenkid]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Jun 20, 2011 (5:36 pm)
BMW doesn't have dealer holdback...
They do have customer service bonuses, etc.., but, it's doubtful you can deal on any of that money.. $500 over invoice, minus the $3500 Eco-credit is a pretty good price, IMO....