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BMW X3, SUV
#1599 of 1855 Re: 2011 BMW X3 28i [ramarulram]
Jul 10, 2011 (5:55 am)
Did you go to another dealer to compare the deal? That's the only way you can compare apples to apples. They leverage trade in with sales price, very confusing. It can appear that you got a good trade but they jack up the cost of the new car to make it up. I got a lease quote on the same x3 loaded to the gills with all option packages except convenience: $ 1000 Olympic test drive credit, BMW owner loyalty credits, and the Cap. cost reduction was $44,776. Mo. payment $575, no money down, 10K, $2800 upfront for taxes, 1st payment, etc. Hope that helps.
#1600 of 1855 Re: 2011 BMW X3 28i [skiyour]
Jul 11, 2011 (12:27 pm)
I got the new car at $500 over invoice, which no other dealer in my area matched...
Jul 12, 2011 (5:08 am)
I'm about to pull the trigger nd order a 2011 X3 28. I'm impressed but considering the X3turbo.
Has any one found it quieter on accelerating than the 28i?
Also, which dealer took an order for $500 / invoice.
Appreicate any feedback
#1602 of 1855 Please assist female in negotiating 11 X3 28i lease!!
Jul 13, 2011 (6:07 am)
Looking at leasing the 2011 X3 28i, with premium, technology, convenience packages - MSRP 46,675. I would only need 10k, but would like to know for 12k too. My current BWM lease is up Sept. 2011.
What should I seek as the buy price? What is the money factor and residual that I should seek? Payment?
Please help! I want to get the best deal possible. Located in Florida. Thanks.
#1603 of 1855 SF Bay area X3
Jul 21, 2011 (3:16 pm)
I got a bunch of online quotes in the San Francisco Bay Area before ordering a new X3. Best price was at BMW of Monterey. Ask for Stephen Caron. Apparently BMW of Monterey is not subject to Maco fees so they can go a bit lower than other Bay Area dealers.
#1604 of 1855 Re: Please assist female in negotiating 11 X3 28i lease!! [fllc]
Jul 21, 2011 (3:18 pm)
As far as the price you pay, you should be able to get $1K above the Edmunds invoice, if not better. If you already know the car you want, get multiple online quotes and negotiate that way. Focus on invoice, not MSRP.
#1605 of 1855 X3 pricing vs 535i/X5 pricing
Aug 11, 2011 (9:34 am)
I had a question about the pricing of X3 vs the pricing of 535i/X5 35i.
X3 35i starts at $41k and fully loaded is around $50k. An 535i/X5 35i starts at around $50k without any options and a fully loaded 535i/X5 35i costs around $70k. Why is it that there such a huge difference. A base 535i/X5 35i costs almost the same as a fully loaded X3?
#1606 of 1855 Re: X3 pricing vs 535i/X5 pricing [rags4026]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Aug 11, 2011 (12:15 pm)
Most people would compare an X3 to a 335, not a 535...
X5 = 535
X3 = 335
It's not apples to apples either way, but I think you put a pomegranate in there....
#1607 of 1855 Re: X3 pricing vs 535i/X5 pricing [kyfdx]
Aug 11, 2011 (2:22 pm)
I didn't think that way. A fully loaded X3's price matches with a fully loaded 335.
#1608 of 1855 Re: 2011 BMW X3 28i [ramarulram]
Sep 30, 2011 (11:02 pm)
hi, i am thinking about purchasing the new x3 2.8., and i was wondering if you got it on a really good deal like that you can help me,..