Last post on Mar 06, 2013 at 2:48 PM
You are in the Prices Paid - Buying & Leasing Experiences
What is this discussion about?
BMW X5, SUV
#2396 of 2444 Re: Opinions wanted on X5 Diesel Costco pricing [astlaw]
Dec 14, 2012 (3:45 pm)
I think $800 over invoice on a customer ordered 2013 is a pretty good deal. Although the dealer doc fee of $599 is very high. That essentially makes the deal $1,400 over invoice which is not so good. My dealer charged $199.
Apparently the eco-credit has been reduced to $3,000 from $4,500. Sorry about that, but that's still better than the $2,500 it had been prior to May/June on the 2012's. I figured the $4,500 wouldn't last forever. Plus having a 2013 vs. 2012 MY is worth something extra at trade in or resale time.
You might want to add BMW Apps to your option list, IMO. Pretty cheap and a good way to integrate your i-phone or android to telemetrics.
All credits were taken off my pre-tax price, so push your dealer on that one. You are paying 7% tax on an extra $2,250; that's $157.50 that will fill the diesel tank a couple of times.
#2397 of 2444 Re: Opinions wanted on X5 Diesel Costco pricing [habitat1]
Dec 14, 2012 (4:04 pm)
Wow, thanks so much for your very detailed answer. Unfortunately in Atlanta where I am all of the dealers seem to have their doc fee at $599 and are unwilling to change that line item. Maybe elsewhere there's room. I'll see what I can do but thanks again for the good advice.
Any opinion on whether premium sound pkg is worth $$ rather than standalone satellite? Upgraded stereo worth another $600?
#2398 of 2444 Finally Ordered!
Dec 16, 2012 (2:06 am)
Well, we finally did it! We ordered our new X5 Premium (gas). Our price was $200 over invoice. One thing to watch out for is that some dealers tried to sell me $X over invoice, but would try to charge retail for every option. My price was invoice for the car, invoice for every option/package, + $200. The MSRP is $65420. Our price came out to $60925. This includes the "new" ZC3 convenience package with the soft close doors (Edmunds is still listing the ZCV package, which is out of production), the luxury seating package, the technology package, premium sound package, running boards, BMW apps, Space-Saver Spare, BMW's handling fee of $895 and MACO fee of $380. Our dealer offers free any time car washes and free loaner cars, along with the normal maintenance, etc. We are thrilled with our purchase and would recommend them any time! I'm not sure if I'm allowed to share the dealer's information here, so PM me if you would like further. We are in Southern California. We decided to lease it through BMW, so we could take advantage of the holiday incentive of $1500 (after our price). Also, I read some posters are being charged a high doc fee. Ours is only $80. I hope this helps someone out.
#2399 of 2444 Re: Opinions wanted on X5 Diesel Costco pricing [astlaw]
Dec 16, 2012 (2:10 pm)
Premium sound is really in the ears of the beholder. We didn't go for it as I thought the standard system was good enough and didn't hear that much of a difference. But you should listen for yourself.
#2400 of 2444 BMW X5 2013 PRICING
Dec 27, 2012 (9:03 pm)
I just got a price for the BMW X5 SAP for $60,130 - $1,500 (with BMW finance) with Space Gray Metallic, Black 'nevada' Leather.
-Cold Weather Package
-Sport Package with Multi-contour seats
And I have a trade-in for $8,500
I live in Chicago.
Is this a good price? Thank you.
#2401 of 2444 Re: BMW X5 2013 PRICING [paulx52013]
Dec 28, 2012 (5:59 am)
No idea about the X5, but that looks like a very good price for the trade-in, especially for Chicago.
#2402 of 2444 Re: BMW X5 2013 PRICING [kacki]
Dec 28, 2012 (8:37 am)
I have an offer from my local dealer for BMW X5
X5 xDrive35d Invoice
Base + 3rd row Seat + Navigation
X5 xDrive35i $500 over Invoice
Base + 3rd row seat + Navigation + (Leather Seat, Heather Front Seat, Power Tail Gate, Parking Distance Control that are standard in 35d)
I am looking to buy the BASE model with the options listed above. My Offer price is Invoice + Dest charges. The only additional charge that include is the MACO/Service Fee of $610
Is it a good price?
#2403 of 2444 Re: BMW X5 2013 PRICING [laavram]
Dec 29, 2012 (5:47 am)
You should be looking at $500 over invoice BEFORE the various credits; well under invoice after applying: holiday, Eco, loyalty, etc.
#2404 of 2444 Re: BMW X5 2013 PRICING [habitat1]
Jan 02, 2013 (10:09 pm)
Just closed X5 xDrive35d Invoice. Custom Order with 4-5 weeks for delivery. Roughly 15% off MSRP after the ECO Credit and Holiday Cash incentives. Besides, Tax & Tag, the only other additional fee includes $250 Doc Fee.
My options include base + premium package + 3rd row seat + BMW Apps.
Thank to everyone for sharing your deals.
Thanks for the info. Please let me know on how i did on my deal.
#2405 of 2444 Re: BMW X5 2013 PRICING [laavram]
Jan 03, 2013 (4:57 am)
Sounds like you did very well, especially on a 2013.....
....but with all that money you saved, you might want to consider adding the $300 running boards. We took a 4 day trip over the holidays to PA in which it snowed every day and the running boards came in very handy for knocking the snow off my boots before getting into the drivers seat. They also seemed to keep road mush from splashing up and covering the lower part of the door. And, IMO, they look good and are functional for helping wash the roof/windshield without pulling out a ladder. Acura charges double for their less attractive running boards, and Porsche charges about $5,000 for everything, so at the end of the day $300 is a giveaway.
Are you picking up in Spartanburg?
Congrats on your deal.