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#97 of 121 Re: 2007 750i Lease, CA [ajgolf]
by kyfdx HOST
Dec 22, 2006 (8:47 pm)
1) Training fee and MACO are legitimate invoice charges.. The training fee is on every US BMW.. MACO is an advertising fee that varies by region/metro area.. Some dealers don't have it.. but that is rare.
2) I'm guessing the $870 includes $825 for acquisition fee and $45 for the document fee (California, right?). The acquisition fee is marked up the maximum $200 allowed by BMWFS (extra profit for the dealer).
3) With MACO, your "wholesale" price seems pretty close.. I didn't spec it out exactly, but it is definitely in the right range ($200 +/-)
.0020 is the base money factor... Be sure to make the security deposit... the MF bump is a bad deal..
Taking everything into account... if you get the base MF, then the deal is under $2K over "cost".. Not bad for an $85K car..
Did they quote you a payment? You'll want to see if the payment and the upfront money match all of the other numbers...
#98 of 121 Re: 2007 750i Lease, CA [kyfdx]
Dec 23, 2006 (3:26 pm)
Thanks for the info kyfdx, I appreciate it.
To answer your Qs - the payment with $3,094 drive off (which includes a $1250 security deposit) is $1,239.
Without the security drive off is $1,865 ($1229 less, not sure how that worked??) and payment is $1,261
This is $22 per month more x 36 month = $792 over life of the lease. By my calculations if I do NOT put down the deposit I am ahead $437 -- $1228 (less drive off)- $792 (increased payment). So why would I want to put the security deposit down as you indicted?
#99 of 121 Price Help??????????
Dec 23, 2006 (5:43 pm)
I need your help!!!!!
I'm leasing a 2007 750LI, MSRP$78,100 + Convenience pkg $1,000 + 19' wheels $1,300 + Sat Radio $595 + Destination charge $695 Total $81,690.
Question: Having I a good deal if give $1,000 TOP and the payments will be $1,100 monthly, 36 months, 10,000 miles a year.........???????
If not, where I can get a better deal...???
Thanks and merry christmas
#100 of 121 Re: 2007 750i Lease, CA [ajgolf]
by kyfdx HOST
Dec 23, 2006 (9:26 pm)
At the end of the lease... you get the security deposit back..
#101 of 121 Re: 2007 750i Lease, CA [kyfdx]
Dec 24, 2006 (10:42 am)
No, i'm not getting anything back at the end.
Dec 27, 2006 (9:11 pm)
What is generally better, when driving high mileage (30k/year). To buy or lease?
Mar 28, 2007 (10:49 am)
40,000 miles, BMW certified, with nav, conv. pkg, Lux Seat Pkg, has smokers package, I could not smell any smoke, I don't smoke...for $45,500.
Can someone tell me if this is a good deal, or should I wait for an '05.
Thanks in advance.
#104 of 121 2006 Leftover 750i - WHAT'S A FAIR DEAL?????
Mar 31, 2007 (1:28 pm)
In the Chicago area - BMW dealer has a NEW leftover 2006 750i. They want it off the lot and willing to deeply discount. I'm having a hard time finding new pricing/invoice info on '06's. Looking to negotiate a steep discount, then a great lease. The car's sticker as follows:
Total MSRP $79,990
Any thoughts on price to offer?
#106 of 121 what's fair?
Jun 20, 2007 (9:37 pm)
I'm in the Chicago area and in the market for an 07 750 Li w/ the following:
Lease terms: 36 months
Mileage: 15,000 per year
Registered in: Chicago, Cook County, Illinois 60608
Down Payment: $0.00
Roll In: All taxes, license and transfer fees, etc.
Make and Model: BMW 2007 750Li Sedan
Exterior Options: Sterling Gray Metallic (or titanium gray)
Interior Options: Beige w/Nasca Leather (or cream beige)
Trim: Dark High Gloss Wood Trim
* 4.8 liter DOHC, 32-valve, 360-hp
* 8-cylinder engine
* Bluetooth Compatible
* Rear-wheel drive
* Full list of Standard Features
* BMW Ultimate Service™
o 4-Year/50,000-mile Warranty
o BMW Maintenance Program
o Roadside Assistance Program
o BMW Assist™
Added Options and Accessories:
• Luxury Seating Package
• Comfort Access
• Premium Sound Package
• DVD player
• SIRIUS Satellite Radio
• Night Vision
• Mud Flaps
• Phone integration
• “iPod Your BMW” integration