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#4936 of 5618 Re: 2013 BMW 335i sedan [jewel585]
Feb 24, 2013 (8:09 am)
Here you go jewel585. BMW Financial Services' February buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 335i Sedan with 12,000 miles per year are .00130 and 62% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers.
If you were to lease with only 10,000 miles per year, this car's residual values would be 1% higher.
There is a $1,000 cash incentive on leases of this car for everyone plus another $750 and waiver of the first payment for loyal customers.
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#4937 of 5618 Re: 2013 BMW 335xi sedan [carsfun36]
Feb 24, 2013 (9:21 am)
"I can change the money down to whatever, I just like lowering my payments up front."
And then if the car is stolen (not recovered), or totaled, you lose that entire down payment.
#4938 of 5618 2013 328i xdrive lease question
Feb 24, 2013 (10:22 am)
I need your help please! I am looking to lease a 2013 328i xdrive and I got the following offer from my local BMW dealer. Do you think it's a good deal?
MSRP: $48,300 (btw, I noticed that the dealer's sticker price is $350 lower then the price I get from bmwusa.com when I build the same exact car)
36-month lease/15k miles per year
$605 (and change) per month is what they offered me. They want me to pay them a little over $1,000 when signing the lease. They said that's the 1st month's payment + taxes and fees. I live in the Chicago area and I was told that taxes on car leases in IL are higher than most other places in the country. Thanks in advance!
#4939 of 5618 Re: Covering first payment? [Car_man]
Feb 24, 2013 (1:06 pm)
Thank you. Scored a awesome deal on that 335is. MSRP 60095. Adjusted cap cost through negotiations and factory incentives 54324. 36/10k a yr MF .0013 residual 65% tax 7% payment 583 zero down fees upfront
#4940 of 5618 Re: Covering first payment? [veloman62]
Feb 25, 2013 (11:03 am)
The turn-key program is for BMW customers whose lease is within 30+/- days of the return date AND finances a new BMW with BMWFS, is eligible to receive a 1st payment credit up to $500 towards their new BMW.
#4941 of 5618 Re: 2013 328i Lease Question [Car_man]
Feb 25, 2013 (11:52 am)
I'm not necessarily interested in a BMW, but am curious about something you said that I'm trying to figure out. If a particular vehicle has cash incentives to lease, does that mean that those insentives should be deducted after the price of the car has been negotiated?
#4942 of 5618 Re: 2013 328i Lease Question [rccbrandon]
Feb 25, 2013 (12:19 pm)
No. You should include them in your negotiations. Dealers competitive markets might be looking to make $1000 profit on a car. If you know the invoice amount, holdback and incentives you can figure out the dealers true cost to make a competitive offer and stick to it.
The exceptions are manufacturer discounts that are special to you. If you have a unique $750 coupon from BMW then you can take that off after all negotiations.
Feb 25, 2013 (5:44 pm)
What is money factor and residual on 328xi sedan, 10k miles and 36 months.
#4944 of 5618 Is this a good deal
Feb 27, 2013 (4:04 pm)
My girlfriend would like to lease this car.....
2013 328i Black Sapphire Metallic, cold weather package (ZCW), premium package (ZPP), BMW Assist (6NL).
MSRP 42,645...dealer offer $38,350
36 month lease with .00130 LMF....we will put down $5000 which will leave a balance of $26,866 at the end of the lease.....Dealer said the residual value is 63%
Any information would be greatly appreciated...if you need more info hopefully I can provide it
The $5,000 down was from a trade in and cash (50/50) in an attempt to get her payments as close to $300 a month as possible. They were able to get it to $347 but no lower. Another person suggested MSD's ?
#4945 of 5618 Re: Is this a good deal [jwalls]
Feb 27, 2013 (7:10 pm)
I would never leave money down on a lease to get lower payments. Hang onto cash and put toward payments. Car totaled or stolen say goodbye to that down payment.