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BMW X5, SUV
#1923 of 2444 Re: 2011 BMW X5 35d [gfish49]
Jul 01, 2011 (5:19 am)
Not sure if you pulled the trigger on this yet, but I would definitely stay away from the Lexus. I am trading in my 2010 RX350 to get a X5. I really wasn't happy with the performance of the car, it is much too soft of a ride and isn't great handling. In addition, I would characterize the snow performance as poor.
If you like in a warm climate and want a cruising vehicle (think Cadillac), then it would be a good choice. if you want a "driver's car", or live in a snow area, i would stay away
Just my .02 from almost 3 years of driving experience.
#1924 of 2444 kyfdx and others please help!
Jul 01, 2011 (5:55 pm)
I am looking at pulling the trigger on a 2011 X5 3.0 Premium that was used as Executive car. Please tell me if this is a good price or I should try to get additional discount or go for a 2012 comparable.
Bronze Metallic with Cinnamon Brown interior
Cold weather pkg
Dealer's 'final offer price': $49,000 i.e. $6k below invoice.
The vehicle looks great, visually, with no visible scratches or dents. The detailed vehicle history report has only two entries: QCI Spot Delivery with 2 miles recorded and 15k Engine Oil Service on 3/25/11 at 15, 073 mile mark.
Question: Is this a good deal? Or, do you think I could get better/ comparable deal on 2012 for a comparably equipped X5?
Many thanks in advance! I would like to buy tomorrow.
#1925 of 2444 2011 X5 35d - MF and Residuals
Jul 02, 2011 (8:06 pm)
I'm looking at leasing a 2011 X5 35d. I've been quoted different money factors and residuals from different dealers. Please help.
I'm considering either a 10,000/mi or 12,000/mi lease.
Also, are there any loyalty incentives?
I'm aware of the eco credit.
Thanks in advance.
#1926 of 2444 Help with negotiating 2012 X5 price.
Jul 21, 2011 (10:30 am)
I am about to endavor into ordering a 2012 X5. I leased a 135i from the same dealer 3 years ago. At that time I only got $1000 MSRP. The salesman said that's about all I could expect. IS this true? What can I expect now days. Also what is the best way to compute dealer invoice for the exact configuration I am ordering. I plan to order the diesel. Supposedly there is still $3500.00 eco credit. Do they take this off the final price or is like some kind of rebate I get after the fact. I've been to the dealership several times. The X5d's that I am looking at sticker at about $64K. Think an offer of $60K out the door (including tax and fees) would be insane? Then does ecco come off that price??
#1927 of 2444 Re: 2012 35i Premium Invoice Price [westonma]
Jul 24, 2011 (5:59 pm)
We are getting ready to order an X5 and pick it up at the Performance Center in Spartenburg, SC. Did you get that pricing on an order or on a car on the lot? Our dealership is saying the most they will give us is $1000 off MSRP. What dealership did you deal with? Any advice would be appreciated!
#1928 of 2444 Re: Just ordered my 2012 35i Sport Activity [ajcohen]
Jul 24, 2011 (6:02 pm)
Was this ordered or off the lot? We want to order one with the same options you have minus the M package but we will pick it up at the performance center in SC . The dealer here in FL only will give us $1000 off MSRP. Where did you order yours from?
Thanks for your help!
#1930 of 2444 2012 bmw x5 35i premium pricing - thoughts
Jul 25, 2011 (1:02 pm)
Made an order for 2012 BMW X5 xDrive35i Premium, last weekend.
Shappire Black Exterior
Sand Beige Nevada Leather
Light Popular wood trim
Active Ventilated Seat Package
Premium hi-fi system
3rd Row Seat
Automatic High beams
All seasons mat
MSRP - $65233
Selling Price - $60675 + TTL
dive out $65345
What do you guys think about the numbers?
#1931 of 2444 Re: 2012 bmw x5 35i premium pricing - thoughts [golucki]
Jul 26, 2011 (10:23 am)
You were able to bring down the price by $4550. That sounds like a pretty good deal. Which dealership/city was it?
#1932 of 2444 Re: Help with negotiating 2012 X5 price. [pilotnewbie]
Jul 26, 2011 (8:28 pm)
I would go lower. I recently placed an order for mine and got about 10K off MSRP.
Rear Climate Package
Cold Weather Package
Smart Phone Integration
Side view camera
The MSRP was $64,025 and I paid $54,300. This price included $3,500 eco credit, $1000 BMW loyalty, $1000 for BMW Olympic drive and $4225 discount. This car was not on the lot and was built to order. It should be ready in the next 2 weeks