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BMW X5, SUV
#688 of 2444 Re: Poor Buying Experience at Patrick BMW in IL [louiep]
Jul 13, 2007 (2:42 am)
My order was on April 8th, the first week I started my life in Chicago. Until now, I still dont get my X5 4.8 yet. this Monday, i talked to my sales, and he called BMW NA(seems like), he called me back and said the X5 should be in production next week(the first time seems he was pretty sure). last week, when i went to dealer, he checked online and told me the x5 is in the last status before production,and it should be produced at anytime.
My options are:
-Active ventelated seat
-sport package with 20" wheel
-cold weather package
-4zone climate ctrl
-heated rear seat
-heated front seat
-heads up display
almost all options except DVD entertainment, 3rd seat, HD Radio.
and right now, i've been waiting for 3 months. if the car is in production next week, and i should get the car in either mid or late August. then, it takes me 4 months to get my 2007 X5, and 2 months before 2008 production. my friends asked other sales person in the same dealer, the guy told them it will take more than 4 months for a 4.8 X5. if I knew all of this(if the sales told me it will take 4 months), I will definitely buy a Range Rover Sport supercharged instead of X5....damn it.
guys, just dont order a BMW in Chicago....it will take a super very long time.
#689 of 2444 Re: I'm not sure [kyfdx]
Jul 13, 2007 (11:38 am)
What about $2,680 off MSRP for a 2007 X5 3.0 si with premium package, technology package, heated front seats and running boards?
Also, are heated rear seats worth the extra few bucks?
#690 of 2444 Negotiations on 2007 X5 4.8
Jul 19, 2007 (7:19 am)
Has anyone been able to get any significant discounts on the 2007 X5 4.8. I am in the Midwest and have been offered at most $1300. Some dealers are discounting nothing. Thanks.
#691 of 2444 Re: X5 Availability [king_alii]
Jul 23, 2007 (1:07 am)
I am Socal and shopping around for the x5. Can you send me your dealer's info pls? thx
#692 of 2444 About to pull trigger, pls advise carman!
Jul 24, 2007 (8:55 am)
Carman or kyfdx: Its my first time leasing a car. This forum has been extremely helpful. Please review the details below and please get back to me ASAP...I am looking to make the purchase today or t'row. I am located in Southern California. I used edmunds.com to get best prices from the dealers in my area.
Thx a lot.
2007 x5 3.0i
Exterior: Titanium Silver
Interior: Black w/ Napa Leather and Dark Burl Wood Trim
Packages: Premium package, rear climate package, Technology Package
Options: Comfort Access, Heads-up Display, Heated front and rear seats, running boards
Dealer's invoice: $54,585
Invoice price on Edmunds.com: $53,565
TMV Price: $56,675
Sale price: $55,585
Lease for 36 mth, 15K miles/yr
Drive off: $2266
Down Payment: $0
Monthly Payment: $897, incl. tax
Money Factor: .0023
Is this a good deal? If not, what should my target nos. be? Which variable has the room for more negotiation? Pls let me know.
Jul 24, 2007 (7:03 pm)
a pretty good deal. .0023 is the base money factor and it looks like your getting the car for $1000 over invoice. Edmunds doeasn't account for the $300 MACO (advertising fee) and $180 Training fee added to all '07 X5s.
My Dad just got a similar deal ($1000 over invoice) to lease a new '07 X5 3.0si.
#694 of 2444 Re: Looks like [nyccarguy]
Jul 24, 2007 (7:55 pm)
Thank you very much nyccarguy. I feel much better now.
Jul 27, 2007 (1:09 pm)
Any idea how much discount buying a dealer demo X5 is worth? I'm actually in Switzerland and a dealer here is trying to sell me a 2007 X5, pretty much fully loaded for about 98,000 Swiss Francs or about $81,000. (yes the prices are a lot higher over here I think because of the weak dollar). The car MSRPs for about 110,000 CHF or $91,000. In America, I don't think that would be enough of a discount for a demo car. It has about 2,000 miles on it. It's also a diesel, which means it will last for a long time.
#696 of 2444 Re: BMW X5: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [KarenS]
Jul 29, 2007 (1:24 pm)
Hi everyone! I am about ready to buy a new 07 X5 with nav system, premium package, and front row heated seats. Did anyone in NJ get a great deal and can recommend a dealer. I am going to write a check for her. Also are there any other options that you cant just live without? thanks a lot guys!
#697 of 2444 Re: BMW X5: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [prymaxe]
Jul 29, 2007 (1:46 pm)
I just ordered 2007 X5 4.8 with Premium package, Tech pkge, cold weather, and running boards for lease pymt of $920 a month. No money down, including taxes. I went to Difeo in Tenafly. I hope I got a good deal.