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BMW X5, SUV
#816 of 2444 X5 4.8 MSRP $73,320, good deal?
Feb 07, 2008 (6:01 pm)
Here are the numbers:
Sale price (Cap Cost): $68,006.33
Car will be built in two weeks and be here in mid March (I custom ordered it)
36months/15k per year: $1101 + tax per month
total out of pocket fees: $2000 (see below for breakdown)
Security fee is waived since I am a current BMW financial customer
I insisted on doing the deal at $500 over invoice, but I have noticed some miscellaneous fees which make up the $2000. These are title fees $201, processing fee $295, Acq Fee $685, MACO fee $200, Training fee $180, and $439 is put towards down payment.
Do you guys think this is a good deal?
#817 of 2444 Re: BMW pricing [kno]
Feb 10, 2008 (12:07 pm)
What dealership did you get the deal from? They are giving me $2000 drive off with $760 a month includes 8.25 percent tax with 12k miles, on MSRP: $52,025.
#818 of 2444 Re: BMW pricing [baller2011]
Feb 10, 2008 (2:04 pm)
baller2011 - Not a bad deal. What dealer are you working with? If you need help, please feel free to email me.
#819 of 2444 Re: BMW pricing [baller2011]
Feb 10, 2008 (9:00 pm)
My deal was from Shelly BMW in Buena Park (Orange County, CA). I just found out that the X5 is on route to the dealership, but I did not want to take delivery until after I make the final payment on my current lease. The Internet sales advisor kept his promise...he's going to hold on to the X5 until I'm ready to take delivery towards the end of March. Kills me to keep it there, but it wouldn't be good financial planning for me to take delivery of the X5 while I'm still making payments on another lease.
#820 of 2444 New BMW X5 3.0si @ $57575
Feb 10, 2008 (11:07 pm)
I have ordered new X5 3.0si on Friday with following options:
Active Ventilated Seats Pkg
Cold Weather Pkg
Rear Climate Pkg
Heated Second Row Seats
3rd Row Seats
Rear Seat Entertainment
MSRP: $60,075 (Destination Chgs incl)
Final Price: $57575 ($2500 less than MSRP)
Dealership: Motorwerks BMW, Minneapolis
I tried to bargain with other dealers but this was the best I could get them to.
Is this a good deal?
#821 of 2444 Price check
Feb 14, 2008 (5:16 pm)
I just priced out a 2008 X5 3.0 with the below listed options
Cold weather package
Active steering with servotronic power asst
High Definition Radio
Black Navada Leather
Dark Bamboo Wood Trim
Heads up display
IPOD & UBS adapter
Was given a quote of $54,500 with tax and title
#822 of 2444 Re: Price check [markml]
Feb 14, 2008 (6:02 pm)
hasn't any1 lately order a 4.8 which has a much better acceleration. but i guess pricey
#823 of 2444 Cash (BMW) cash incentive on X5's till end of February
Feb 16, 2008 (8:06 pm)
FYI, BMW has cash incentive on X5's till end of February on GROUND units only. Must be financed or leased through BMWFS. Have been told this is $2,500.
#824 of 2444 Interior package
Feb 17, 2008 (11:30 am)
Has anyone seen a 2008 X5 with the Tobacco Nevada leather and dark bamboo trim in combination with black saphire exterior? Does it look as good as black Nevada leather?
#825 of 2444 Re: Interior package [jbwisch]
Feb 17, 2008 (1:34 pm)
Yes I ordered mine like that. I'am picking it up before end of the month. It looks great.