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BMW X5, SUV
#270 of 2562 X-5 3.0 is this a good lease deal?
Apr 19, 2005 (1:10 pm)
On the BMW website, this is a special lease offer they have
"Lease financing available on 2005 BMW X5 3.0i vehicles, registered outside of NY, only at participating BMW centers on leases assigned to BMW Financial Services NA, LLC/Financial Services Vehicle Trust through April 30, 2005. Monthly lease payments of $479.00 for 36 months based on MSRP of $43,670.00 (includes automatic). (Total lease payments including acquisition fee is $17,244.00).
Excludes tax, title, license, and registration fees.(could someone tell me how much I should expect to pay for these?)
10,000 miles per year, 20 cents for every additional mile
395$ disposition fee
Vehicles registered outside of N.Y.
$479 First month’s payment
$2,500 Down payment
$500 Security Deposit
$3,479 Cash due at signing
#271 of 2562 Re: Is this a good lease of X5? [psullivan]
Apr 19, 2005 (9:00 pm)
This sounds like a great deal. Could you please tell me in which state or city you are. If you are around LA, please tell the dealership's name. I am thinking about leasing a 2005 X5. I went to one dealership and they gave me estimated deal. 36 month lease. $2000 due at signing with 694/month for 36 months with 10,000 miles per year. I don't think that sounds like a good deal. This car has sports package, premium package and couple more things for a total of around $51,000.
Let me know your feedback please
#272 of 2562 Need Help On the Quote revd in Richmond, VA
May 01, 2005 (7:06 pm)
I have received a quote for 2005 - X5 - 3.0i with the following Packages.
Cold Weather Pkg, Premium Pkg, Rear Climate Pkg, Automatic, Leather, Self Dimming Interior Mirror, Xenon Lights:
MSRP - $49,920/-
Invoice - $45,725/-
Selling Price: $46,998/- + Tax + Title + (Processing Fee ($389.70). )
MSRP - $51,170
SP - $50,170/-
On X3 same options as above without Navigation
MSRP - $44,295
SP - $38251
Is this quote a good one? Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. I am not
comfortable with this quote. How much can I negotiate. They have above 7 X5's
in their lot and require suggestions and expertise of this group, so that I could
get my first luxury vehicle.
Thanks in advance,
#273 of 2562 Money Factor on lease
May 08, 2005 (10:24 pm)
Went to a bay area dealer and was told that the money factor is 0.00165, quite high compared to the 0.00125 not so long ago. Is this from the recent interest rate hike or the dealer's mark up?
#274 of 2562 Re: Money Factor on lease [nevis]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
May 09, 2005 (6:56 am)
That is the dealer mark-up.. the MF is still .00125
#275 of 2562 Re: Money Factor on lease [kyfdx]
May 09, 2005 (11:40 pm)
Thank you for the info. kyfdx, I'll contact the other dealers to see what they offer. Is it still possible to get the $500 over invoice kind of deal these days?
#277 of 2562 2004 CPO X5 4.4
May 11, 2005 (7:10 pm)
Does anyone know if BMW leases a CPO?
#278 of 2562 Is this a good lease of X5?
May 11, 2005 (11:18 pm)
Never leased a vehicle before so apologize for my ignorance. Need to find out if this is a good deal:
2004 X5 4.4I lease at $711/month. The seller has a lease till Aug 2007 and wants to transfer the lease as-is. His current odometer is pretty low and hence the lease is left with about 30K miles in the next 27 months.
The purchase price at end of lease is $35K.
Not sure how lease payments are calculated - any advice is appreciated.
#279 of 2562 Down payment
May 13, 2005 (7:56 pm)
If you have a few thousand $$ lying around, would it be a bad idea to put it as down payment? less finance charge isn't it?