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#4965 of 5619 Re: 335i 10,000 mile lease, $0 down [wildcat005]
Mar 14, 2013 (11:29 am)
Wow that seems like a good MSRP. I'm looking at the same car, in NJ, with a MSRP of 57.
I'm getting 0.0013, and 68% residual on 24 mths/12K miles.
Did you negotiate that MSRP?
#4966 of 5619 Re: 335i 10,000 mile lease, $0 down [punjiman]
Mar 14, 2013 (11:50 am)
I haven't negotiated anything yet. The MSRP is from the Vehicle Inquiry Report that our salesman ran. We're shopping right outside of DC...not sure if that changes anything.
#4967 of 5619 Re: 335i 10,000 mile lease, $0 down [wildcat005]
Mar 14, 2013 (1:48 pm)
I think the numbers i'm getting are good, if you try for that (the money factor and residual), but you are getting a very good msrp I think.
do you mind sharing the dealer name, maybe i'll take my business there.
dealer names are allowed to be shared here, just not salespeople.
im getting those lease numbers from parkave bmw in nj.
Mar 14, 2013 (8:40 pm)
The current selling price for a 2013 328i xdrive is at around the invoice price according to kbb.com and truecar.com. Do these selling prices on these sites include the $1000 incentive, or is the incentive in addition to the estimated selling price?
#4969 of 5619 HELP PLEASE !! New Buyer BMW 328xi LEASE
Mar 16, 2013 (11:42 am)
I'm sorry to be so basic as I am new to leasing and new to BMW. Double Wammy at once.
Today I looked at this vehicle 2013--328xi in Glacier Silver . Modern Line, Cold weather, Premium, Tech Package and a dest charge added of 895 for a Total Suggested Retail price of 49,545
I was quoted $499 for 10k mi nothing down other than "fees". Of course I don't know what those fees are yet...but can anyone tell me if this price makes sense or better yet what I should be paying for a lease on this vehicle? I have great credit.
Also would appreciate any other ideas/suggestions you may have for me--1st time buyer of a bmw 3 series. THANK YOU. This dealership is in NJ
#4970 of 5619 Lease deal offered for 2013 335is
Mar 16, 2013 (3:27 pm)
Got the following deal after negotiating with my dealer in Little Rock, AR:
Specs on the 2013 335is-Mineral white metallic, black dakota leather interior, dark glacier aluminum trim, premium sound package, 7 speed double clutch transmission, carbon fiber rear deck spoiler, star spoke 199 black wheel and tyre set.
Selling price after all discounts: $57,747 (MSRP spec'd out as above on the BMW website is: $62,049)
Money factor: 0.0015 (dealer not willing to go below, even though I mentioned the current rate of 0.0013)
Any thoughts would be most welcome as I am yet to commit.
Thanks a bunch..
#4971 of 5619 Money Rates and Payment on 328i
Mar 16, 2013 (8:35 pm)
I'm trying to lease a 2013 328i, Sport Package, Premium Package, heated seats and back-up camera, in Dallas, TX (msrp $44,995). After reading previous posts, I was expecting to be quoted a lease money rate of .0013 and have a payment of around $550 (3 yrs, 15K miles)...however, after being in contact with 3 dealers (including 1 in Austin, TX) I have quoted .0017 by all of them, and this is for top tier credit. I've got one down to .0015, but I feel like I should be able to do better and get a payment well south of $600.
Any thoughts are appreciated.
#4972 of 5619 Re: Money Rates and Payment on 328i [kalexp]
Mar 17, 2013 (6:35 pm)
I agree with you, that sounds very high for an MSRP of 45K.
Friend has 2011 328i, MSRP was 42K, 24mths/12K, not tier 1 credit, payments are 432/mth, zero down other then the usual stuff (BF, taxes, plates registration blah blah)...in NYC area.
#4973 of 5619 Re: Money Rates and Payment on 328i [kalexp]
Mar 18, 2013 (5:05 am)
.0013 is the base rate, but all dealers mark this up if they can. It is simply another point of negotiation. Make this a deal breaker and you must find a dealer who understands that you know the rate and must agree. I searched the internet and went to another state( but only 2 hrs away). This week end bought a 328i sedan MSRP $47034 selling price $44050 - incentive and loyalty of 1750= net cap $42,300 (I paid document fee and acquisition fee and first month up front) with money factor .0013 and 62% residual(12000 miles/year) base payment is $461.62 per month & sales tax is 40.39 per month(total$ 502.01 per month w tax). I think in Texas you have to pay sales tax up front. Try Louisiana( call Walker in Alexandria, though I did not buy from them it was only because they did not have or find the vehicle I wanted ,ask for Alecia ).
#4974 of 5619 Re: 335i 10,000 mile lease, $0 down [wildcat005]
Mar 18, 2013 (11:43 am)
I read some of your recent posts re: the March BMW rates; however, I couldn't find what the residual value would be for a 10,000 miles per year lease. Any insight is appreciated!