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BMW X5, SUV
#470 of 2553 good deal?
Oct 15, 2005 (7:23 am)
Got a quote from a dealer here on an 05 3.0. Any advice? I think it's a pretty good deal but would really like a 4.4 over the 3.0. Here's what he emailed:
O5 3.0 litre:
VEHICLE: 2005 BMW X5 3.0i COLOR: Sterling Gray UPHOLSTERY: Gray Dakota
Code Description MSRP
Base Price 41,700
0205 Steptronic 5-Speed Automatic Transmission 1,275
0ZCW Cold Weather Package 750
0ZPP Premium Package 3,400
0ZRC Rear Climate Package 600
0ZSP Sports Package 2,500
0522 Xenon Headlights 800
Destination and Handling 695
TOTAL AS EQUIPPED $51,720
SELLING PRICE $45,245
lease at 0 Down (drive off's only) 36 679.92 + tax
#471 of 2553 Re: good deal? [rameter]
Oct 15, 2005 (5:39 pm)
selling price is too high. I just got offered an 06 for 1800 off and that was low. With BMW giving 5k you are getting just under 1500 from your dealer. They ought to be giving up at least 2k of their own money for an 05 imo.
#472 of 2553 X5 Certified Pre-Owned Pricing
Oct 15, 2005 (11:01 pm)
I am starting negotiations for an X5 with Auto,rear climate, nav,prem hi-fi, prem, cold weather, xenon headlights. Asking price is $35,900, mileage is 30,909 for a 2002. I would love to be out the door with $31,749 as my bottomline. Too low? Please someone help. I do not want to insult but I don't want to get robbed. Should I put down a good down payment?
#473 of 2553 Re: X5 Certified Pre-Owned Pricing [ladi]
Oct 16, 2005 (5:06 am)
For that kind of money, I would go for a new one. As you know, BMW X5 starts to have problems at 50000 miles, especially the transmission. Now, the mileage almost 32000, maybe the warranty still good for another few months. I think your target price would be $27000.
If you ask anyone, they would tell you whatever the msrp divide by 2. that's after 3 years driving.
#474 of 2553 Re: X5 Certified Pre-Owned Pricing [suv800]
Oct 17, 2005 (6:53 am)
Thanks for the response. I am told that the car is still under warranty and it also comes with an ext warranty. 2 additional yrs/100k miles. He said it has 4 brand new tires and new brakes. He is quoting a price of $34k now. Does the warranty make any difference now? Still think it is too much?
#475 of 2553 What's up with the cassette? High mileage?
Oct 17, 2005 (7:21 pm)
Does anyone no if BMW will do away with cassette as a standard or mandatory if you get nav in the X5.
Also, does anyone know what the maximum mileage you should go for on a CPO 2002 X5, even with a warranty?
#476 of 2553 Re: What's up with the cassette? High mileage? [ladi]
Oct 18, 2005 (8:37 am)
BMW hasn't had cassette players in any of their vehicles for a few years now....
#477 of 2553 Re: What's up with the cassette? High mileage? [bdr127]
Oct 18, 2005 (12:06 pm)
Yeah...on the X5's. If you opt for the navigation, you cannot have in-dash cd. You can get the cd changer installed in the back but it does come with a cassette. I witnessed it with my own eyes. Hopefully the new '07's will update that outdated feature.
#478 of 2553 Re: What's up with the cassette? High mileage? [ladi]
Oct 18, 2005 (12:33 pm)
he is right. if you opt for the nav, you get cassette in the dash.
someone told me they could not fit the cd player and the nav together in the dash.
hopefully will be fixed in 07.bmw nav sucks anyway.