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BMW X5, SUV
#2422 of 2559 Re: BMW X5 xDrive 35i Premium [vonnrv]
Jan 18, 2013 (6:23 am)
Is the $5,000 down include the $4,550, I suspect it does not. If the $5,000 is separate then you are lowering you cap cost of $57191 by about $3000. (Take away about $2000 from $5,000 for up front fees.) I calculated a depreciation payment based on new cap cost of about $54,191 which is about $520.00. Residual is $33891.2. Finanace charge is about $120. Pretax lease would be about $640.00. I think this explains your current lease. Most thought are not to put much down except minimum up front fees. I would try to lower the cap cost more without putting money down. The security deposit to lower the money factor is okay. I believe this may be your deal, but let me know if I am wrong with my thoughts or calculations.
#2423 of 2559 Re: BMW X5 xDrive 35i Premium [mlevine]
Jan 18, 2013 (12:57 pm)
The $ 5,000 DP does not include the SD of $4,550. My negotiated cap cost is $52,951. By the way, car has the convenience package.
Based on the information, do you think there is still plenty of room to negotiate the CAP cost?
#2424 of 2559 Re: BMW X5 xDrive 35i Premium [vonnrv]
Jan 18, 2013 (2:34 pm)
It depends on how agressive your dealer wants to be. Right now you have a great cap cost, but the reason it is lower is you are putting five thousand dollars down to lower it. Use the Edmonds program to see what invoice is on your car. This will help to analyze your deal better. As I previously mentioned putting money up front is not recommended. I would also ask the dealer for the breakdown of your approximately $5,400 up front. If you do not put the 5 thousand up front, your lease payment is going to probably be $750 to $800. It is hard to give you a straight answer as all the information is not available.
#2425 of 2559 Over Invoice Pricing 2013 BMW X5
Jan 20, 2013 (8:37 am)
I am wondering what are other folks in LA Metro area are paying over invoice now days. Is 250 a reasonable offer to make?
#2426 of 2559 Re: Over Invoice Pricing 2013 BMW X5 [glen71]
Jan 20, 2013 (10:30 pm)
Yes, it's defiinitely reasonable. We got two different dealers to agree to $200 over invoice, one in North Hollywood and one in Riverside, on the car we ordered. Just make sure they actually charge you invoice for all options and THEN add the $250. I had one who was going to charge $200 over invoice for the car but then tried to charge retail for the packages/options we wanted.
#2427 of 2559 Re: Finally Ordered! [x5fan2]
Jan 20, 2013 (10:35 pm)
I never got any e-mails from you. Did you already get a car? I'd be happy to share my experience with you if you contact me. I left you my address in my first reply.
#2428 of 2559 Re: Over Invoice Pricing 2013 BMW X5 [toy4me]
Jan 20, 2013 (11:17 pm)
Thank you Toy4Me, I will talk to the North Hollywood dealer and post the results.
#2429 of 2559 Re: Over Invoice Pricing 2013 BMW X5 [glen71]
Jan 21, 2013 (5:06 am)
Ask for Henry Martinez. I think he's the Internet Sales Manager. Tell him Ariel sent you. He'll take good care of you.
#2431 of 2559 Good buy for 2012 X5d?
Jan 21, 2013 (7:18 pm)
We have a deal on the table for a 2012 X5d dealer loaner car with 10k. Quite a few extras with a MSRP of 65.5k - dealer price offered is 52.5k - is this a good deal? Alternative deal: 2013 X5d MSRP 62.5k - dealer offer 56.5k ? Is there room to deal more and/or which one would you go for?
Thanks in advance!