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BMW X5, SUV
#2348 of 2562 Is this a good deal
Oct 27, 2012 (2:23 pm)
Sport activity package
$757.00 10k 36 months
Due at signing
First payment $ 757.00
Cap reducuction $1000.00
Tax on Cap $86.25
Tire fee $12.50
Insp fee $10.00
Doc fee $75.00
Dealer fee $225.00
Tax on fee $88.41
If i dont cap 1000.00 monthly payment is $797.00
#2350 of 2562 Re: Please suggest the price for X5 Premium [bigamy]
Nov 08, 2012 (8:02 pm)
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Nov 09, 2012 (1:33 am)
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#2352 of 2562 Re: 2013 X5 50i [atlcarfan1]
Nov 11, 2012 (7:11 pm)
I am in a similar situation - looking at a 2013 5.0 , v similarly loaded. Was debating waiting on the 2014 but 2 reasons for not doing so; 1) Probably wont be able to get the same sort of deal vs the current model year 2) Have read several posts that strongly advise avoiding buying any BMW in it's first model year ie glitches etc.
I am looking to purchase rather than lease. Only last week I spoke to a couple of dealers asking when the last "opportunity" to place an order would be ie so as not to miss the final production cycle. They both said the same thing, which was approx April/May.
The spec I am looking at comes in around $76k - invoice is $70k - call me crazy but I am looking to pay $66 - $68 ish. In addition to the regular discounts (msrp is just that ie suggested!) they will defin have close out deals/incentives - as much as $3-4k (esp considering the MSRP of a vehicle like this ie it isn't a 328i !)
check out both of these sites: bmwconfig also nada
It will obviously help if the vehicle is in stock ie on the dealers lot, that said I live relatively close Spartanburg and the other posts really recommend pick up from there.
Let me know how you get on. I am looking to pull the trigger in Mar/Apr ,
#2353 of 2562 Holiday Credit
Nov 13, 2012 (7:39 am)
What is the Holiday Credit for a 2012 X5 35d? Thanks.
#2354 of 2562 Re: Holiday Credit [riloh05]
Nov 13, 2012 (8:07 am)
I believe it is $1500.
#2355 of 2562 Re: Holiday Credit [riloh05]
Nov 13, 2012 (8:12 am)
What is the Holiday Credit for a 2012 X5 35d?
Nothing, according to the BMW website and my dealer. But the $4,500 eco-credit keeps getting extended. So, as of right now, the net price of a X5d w/ $4,500 eco credit and a similarly equipped X5 3.5i w/ $1,500 holiday credit are almost identical. Which is still a lot better than the premium you pay for the diesel versions of the ML, GL, Q7 and Cayenne.
#2356 of 2562 Re: Holiday Credit [habitat1]
Nov 13, 2012 (1:38 pm)
this is not true it specifically states 2012 x5d holiday credit is $1500"Click here to see
#2357 of 2562 Re: Holiday Credit [carexpert08]
Nov 13, 2012 (7:00 pm)
This is not true, there is no holiday credit: Try here; then click on the finance (not lease) tab.
Actually, we are both right. For some reason, the $1,500 holiday credit only applies if you lease an X5d. But if you buy one, there is no holiday credit. Not sure why, as on other X5 models, you get it either way.