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BMW X5, SUV
#930 of 2558 Re: 08 X5 4.8 in Mass [summer77]
Aug 11, 2008 (11:39 am)
A walk out price (before sales tax but after any fees) of $500 below invoice is definitely "doable" on 2008 X5s. Plus you can get .9% financing for 5 years which equates to another $3-4k discount. My guess is that this deal will not last too long as BMW has announced production cuts in 09. Given that this is the model year end, in some extreme circustances (i.e. a car on the lot for months) deals as good as $1500 below invoice may be available.
Aug 11, 2008 (12:22 pm)
Hey Mr wtf_123 I find your post really helpful, please can you tell me the name of the dealer you worked with and the name of the sales person? Thanks
Aug 12, 2008 (7:11 pm)
Please give your thoughts about this lease:
(all that but no sunglass holder!)
Out of pocket (incudes Tax)=4000
768/month (includes the tire repalcement warranty for run-flats)
#933 of 2558 08 X5 4.8 advice
Aug 14, 2008 (3:27 pm)
I am looking for some help in pricing out this X5 4.8.
Offered price: $55188 with 0.9%
What do you guys think about this price? In reading these forums, I see ppl getting better discounts. When talking to Internet Sales Mgrs at various dealerships (So Cal) this is the best so far. Please advise.
Anybody know when the 09's are coming out. Mercedes got theirs on sale already.
#934 of 2558 Re: 08 X5 4.8 advice [bmxtiger]
Aug 14, 2008 (3:41 pm)
BMW has a $1595 incentive on the X5 4.8. So that should place you at 500 under invoice at a minimum. The 2009s are being built starting in September, so you should be in a good position.
Your best bet is to make a firm offer.
#935 of 2558 Re: 08 X5 4.8 advice [hipreck]
Aug 15, 2008 (12:47 pm)
"BMW has a $1595 incentive on the X5 4.8 " Where did you find this source? is it reliable? I haven't come across it in any of the car sites...
Thanks, This would be helpful since I'm in negotiation with a dealer for a 4.8 X5
#936 of 2558 Re: 08 X5 4.8 advice [zoich3]
Aug 15, 2008 (1:20 pm)
Not exactly top secret. It's on the BMW USA website. Just look under finance offers.
#937 of 2558 Premium package
Aug 19, 2008 (6:19 pm)
Are dealers still giving the premium package credit of $2050?
Anyone getting better deals (1500 or more below invoice?) now that the 09 will be coming out soon?
#938 of 2558 Re: Premium package [amorina]
Aug 19, 2008 (8:11 pm)
I purchased my X5 3.0si $2265 below invoice a week ago.
I'm in OC, Southern California. Some dealers refused to give me the premium package credit of $2595 at that time, but I'm pretty sure they're going to have to offer $25k below invoince by the end of this month.
Aug 20, 2008 (5:16 am)
I just got a 2008 x5 3.0 last week for $500 below invoice. The dealer gave me a much higher price to start and did not include a premium package discount until a mentioned it. Then the dealer tried to convince me the price he gave included a premium package discount. We ended up splitting the difference by giving me about $1000 credit off the price. This got me to $500 below dealer invoice or about 5k off MSRP