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BMW X5, SUV
#2359 of 2455 My X5 35d deal 11.17.2012
Nov 19, 2012 (1:04 pm)
MSRP $61, 345(or something like that)
Started deductions at $57k invoice
$4500 eco credit
$1500 holiday credit
$1000 usaa credit
$750 BMW loyalty credit
$500 BMW app credit
Did some additional negotiating to get to a number I was happy with. Signed paper work and drove off happy as could be. Had another dealership competing for my business as well. Better deal won but had a great experience with both dealerships.
#2360 of 2455 Re: My X5 35d deal 11.17.2012 [riloh05]
Nov 19, 2012 (8:25 pm)
Thats a great deal, but not sure how you got to that bottom line. You've listed $8250 in credits; taking those off of the invoice would put you at $48,750, befor any "additional negotiating".
Also did you lease or buy? The BMW website lists the holiday credit of $1,500 only for a lease, not a purchase.
#2361 of 2455 Re: My X5 35d deal 11.17.2012 [habitat1]
Nov 19, 2012 (8:41 pm)
I leased and I ended up below the number you listed. There was 2850(roughly) in avp or avb money, hence the additional negotiation.
#2362 of 2455 Re: My X5 35d deal 11.17.2012 [riloh05]
Nov 21, 2012 (8:29 am)
Hello! Did you get the 2012 or the 2013? You did good!
#2363 of 2455 Re: My X5 35d deal 11.17.2012 [chloe9415]
Nov 21, 2012 (8:38 am)
2012. I am not sure if the 13 diesels are out yet.
#2364 of 2455 Re: My X5 35d deal 11.17.2012 [riloh05]
Nov 25, 2012 (9:29 pm)
congrats. awesome deal. i am shopping for '12 x35d. what is apv or apb money?
#2365 of 2455 Re: My X5 35d deal 11.17.2012 [victorx]
Nov 26, 2012 (8:04 am)
I do not quite know the exact details but I do know it contains holdback... and that was the additional that I was able to negotiate to close the deal. Good luck and we can not be happier with our X5 35d.
#2366 of 2455 X5 35D DEMO DEAL
Nov 27, 2012 (9:05 pm)
I am looking to purchase demo 2012 X5 35d with 9,000 miles.
Original MSRP was around $65,000.
What deal can i get.
#2367 of 2455 Re: X5 35D DEMO DEAL [konradlv]
Nov 28, 2012 (6:01 am)
Personally, I would pay no more than $45-47k.
With the current incentives, you could order a brand new X5d to your exact specifications for close to $10,000 off MSRP ($4,500 eco credit, $1,500 holiday & other credits, plus dealer discounts to $500-$1000 over invoice BEFORE applying those BMW credits). That would put you at $55,000 for the equivalent brand new car, with the new car smell and only you to blame if it isn't broken in properly. Not to mention that if you order a new car, you have the option of (free) Performance Delivery Center pick-up like I did with our X5d in September - a truly great experience.
I know asking the dealer to take another $8-10k off for a demo with 9,000 miles is likely to get a "stick it" response. However, that's the only way I would take a used car that every TD&H has driven, likely without any regard to proper break-in procedures. I'd actually rather buy a used car from a private responsible owner than a dealer demo. At $8-10k off, that's a decent discount and, if you are comfortable that this is a respectable/responsible dealership that has taken care to make sure the vehicle wasn't abused, is a fair deal.
A price of $50k+ would be an insult to my - and hopefully your - intelligence. Unfortunately, there are enough uniformed buyers that might think $12-15k off MSRP on a dealer demo is a great deal - without realizing that they could get $10k off on a brand new, custom ordered vehicle. And if the dealer can sucker one of them in to take a demo for $52k, your $45k offer is likely to elicit a laugh. In which case, order a new one and plan a trip to Spartanburg.
#2368 of 2455 2013 xDrive35i in NV
Nov 28, 2012 (9:05 am)
I am looking to purchase a 2013 BMW X5 xDrive35i with 3 options:
Heated Front Seats
I live in Northern Virginia.
The vehicle is in stock.
Dealer is offering for $49K before all the incentives out of the door. Please help.
I will share my info with the community after I close deal