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#4759 of 5624 Re: 2013 328i xdrive lease mf and residual [rthakur11]
Nov 10, 2012 (11:52 am)
Forgot to say that the monthly above includes taxes
#4760 of 5624 2013 3 series 24 month lease
Nov 14, 2012 (12:03 pm)
Could you please tell me what the November MF and Residual are for a 24 month lease on a 2013 328i or 335i sedan. I would love to also know the difference between 10k and 12k miles on a lease. Also, do you feel it's better to wait until December for more incentives to pop up? Thanks so much for all your help!
#4761 of 5624 Does location make a difference in lease deals
Nov 14, 2012 (12:22 pm)
I noticed that people are posting some great offers here. Cars that are valued at high 40's MSRP and getting monthly's in the high 400's with very little down. So my question is does your location make a huge difference in how much you are going to pay on a typical 328 lease?
I just picked up my 328i after weeks of dealing with bate and switch tactics with local dealers.
My deal came out to the following and I felt like it was pretty good considering the other quotes I had been getting from Los Angeles based dealers.
BMW 328i 2013
Glacier silver exterior / black leatherette interior
steptronic auto transmission
power front seats
Sell Price 38,261.00
39 mos lease 15k per year
Monthly : $405
Originally quoted $3400 due at signing but had to put down another 1k because BMW financial wanted 10% to approve my credit since I'm a first time buyer.
Do you think I got taken for a ride here? I felt like this was the best deal I had seen, most dealers in my area are very unwilling to negotiate all that low.
#4762 of 5624 Wheel and Tire protection plan worth it?
Nov 14, 2012 (12:23 pm)
What are everyone's thoughts, my car has Run flat tires and pretty big rims that are low to contact. Is it worth taking BMW wheel and tire protection....they said they can sell it to me for 1k bottom line?
#4763 of 5624 Re: Wheel and Tire protection plan worth it? [gizmo29]
Nov 14, 2012 (9:55 pm)
Hey buddy don't do it. Wheel and tire insurance is what it is: insurance. I'd rather roll the dice than give money to basically dealer profit, from my experience in lease returns they are lenient on tire and wheel scratches and dings
#4764 of 5624 Re: Does location make a difference in lease deals [gizmo29]
Nov 14, 2012 (10:05 pm)
Post your breakdown of the fees residuals and mf
How is your credit? If its good, I don't believe in having to put down 10% just because you are a new buyer. Also before you pull the trigger, check out pacific BMW of Glendale. Go to their website/call and talk to an internet sales manager. See if they can beat ur deal.
#4765 of 5624 Re: Wheel and Tire protection plan worth it? [l3gendary]
Nov 15, 2012 (12:06 pm)
Yeah that seems to be the consensus. I'm gonna tell em no thanks.
In your experience what is the procedure when returning a lease in terms of wear and tear on the car itself as well as if the tires are low on tread? Will I have to fix every scuff on the car's paint as well as get 4 new tires before taking it back? I've heard that BMW is notorious for insane charges on lease returns....
#4766 of 5624 Lease numbers on 2013 x3 2.8 in IA
Nov 16, 2012 (3:00 pm)
Considering leasing instead of buying for the first time. Looking at a 2013 x3 2.8. Any details available on money factor & residual value would be welcome!
#4767 of 5624 Best and Worst Run Flat Tires
Nov 16, 2012 (3:46 pm)
What are people's thoughts for tires down the line on run flat 18' with somewhat low profile.
Hanook, Kumho, Michelin, Continental ?
They all seem to range between 140-220 per tire. Is there a huge difference...
#4768 of 5624 Re: 2013 328i xdrive lease mf and residual [rthakur11]
Nov 16, 2012 (10:13 pm)
Question for you: Is the sale price you're quoting here, including the $1,000 BMW Holiday manufacturer incentive? I'm in a similar price range on the MSRP of a lease I'm trying to negotiate. I was wondering if you managed to talk them down more than $3,000 without the incentive factored in? That's my goal, but I'm not sure if it's realistic. I'm assuming this price you were quoted includes $1,000 off of what you negotiated them down to off the MSRP. Thanks.