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BMW X5, SUV
#2275 of 2559 Re: 2011 X5 DIESEL [jlaird325]
Apr 12, 2012 (2:58 am)
I just bought a month back 2011 model. It was a celebrity demo model used by dealer. MSRP approximately 64k. Based on experience I feel
That with all the discounts, u should definitely pay 10k less and on top
Of that another 2k to 5k less depending how long the car is sitting in
The lot. I miight have been lucky coz I found 2011 when the dealer was
selling 2012 models. I did not do a lot of homework and did not know
about the eco discount. Also if u r buying from on-the-inventory that
means it is not custom made for u and not many BMW buying people
do that. So I feel that ball is in ur court to bargain. U can always play
the card that the model dealer is selling has more features then u need
hence u don't wanna pay for them and hence it is not a good match
and u r walking out. If dealer wants to sell, will be ready to bargain.
Final judgement is always yours.
#2276 of 2559 Re: BMW financing [fimsy]
Apr 12, 2012 (3:02 am)
That's a lot of APR. U might be better off checking ur local credit union.
Depends on ur credit score as well. Also u can try more bargain with the dealer as well.
Credit is cheap these days, shop around, u may be able to do better.
#2277 of 2559 Re: BMW financing [crohit]
Apr 12, 2012 (3:09 pm)
Thank you. I have very good credit and I agree its a high APR
#2278 of 2559 Re: BMW financing [fimsy]
Apr 17, 2012 (11:44 pm)
Are all of you guys buying off the street or part of any corporate deals?
I'm looking at a smoking deal, but it is through my company....that seems to be the best way to go.
#2279 of 2559 got one this month
Apr 20, 2012 (8:36 am)
2012 X5 Diesel.
MSRP = 64,095
Selling price = 56,105
#2280 of 2559 Re: got one this month [jddssc121]
Apr 20, 2012 (6:20 pm)
that sounds a like a killer deal - can you break down incentives vs what you negotiated off? where are you located? not in TX by chance?!?!
#2281 of 2559 X5 New in Colorado. Best Price?
Apr 23, 2012 (4:53 pm)
I was told by a dealer the best price they could offer is $60,089 for X5 with MSRP of $66,695. Good as long as $3500 eco credit exists. I am ordering the car with my specs (nappa leather, 3rd row, premium pkg, premium sound). I am thinking I can do better on the price, but not getting a better deal so far. Is this the best deal out there or is there better? I have seen a few posts above with over $7,000 off MSRP for similar. Best technique for driving a harder bargain to get a better deal?
I am in Colorado, so if anyone has had a good dealer experience, please let me know. Thanks.
#2282 of 2559 Re: X5 New in Colorado. Best Price? [mdg12345]
Apr 23, 2012 (8:32 pm)
Can you please post name of dealership you are getting the $60,085 price from.
#2283 of 2559 Re: got one this month [durniljr]
Apr 23, 2012 (8:59 pm)
Eco credit of $3,500. Rest was just negotiating
this was in WA state
#2284 of 2559 Re: X5 New in Colorado. Best Price? [mdg12345]
Apr 24, 2012 (7:27 am)
Is the $60,089 before or after eco credit???