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BMW 5 Series, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#2181 of 4293 Re: buying a lease vehicle [yatze]
Feb 17, 2009 (9:47 am)
Try autobargblog.com here's what i got.
Welcome to AutoBragBlog, Brian! I’d be happy to look up BMW wholesale prices for you.
For a 2006 BMW 530XI Sedan Auto with 30,000 miles, wholesale prices range from $29,200 (being in above average condition) to $26,100 (being in average condition) and $23,100 (being in below average condition). A dealership will usually aim to sell it for +12%-14% more than wholesale, so their estimated retail prices could range from $25,200 to $31,800. A private seller will usually aim to sell it for 5%-10%.
For a 2006 BMW 530XI Wagon Auto with 30,000 miles, wholesale prices range from $28,400 (being in above average condition) to $26,100 (being in average condition) and $23,800 (being in below average condition). A dealership will usually aim to sell it for +12%-14% more than wholesale, so their estimated retail prices could range from $26,100 to $31,100. A private seller will usually aim to sell it for 5%-10%.
#2182 of 4293 Re: 2009 535 I [daeNeedACar]
Feb 17, 2009 (9:51 am)
NO deals. Latest offer I got was $32K buyout CPO and my 530 wagon has 21k miles.
#2183 of 4293 Re: buying a lease vehicle [blh]
Feb 17, 2009 (9:58 am)
Thanks for the info. My car has 21K on it, and the best price I can get this month is 32K CPO.
#2184 of 4293 recent lease quote '09 535xi
Feb 18, 2009 (10:50 am)
Just received a quote on an '09 535xi cold weather, sport pkg, ipod, nav, fold down rear seat, premium pkg 62k, 00215 money factor, 61%residual, pmts came out close to 1k per month!! Doesnt sound like BMW is trying to hard to move their vehicles?? They didnt offer any rebate money and money factor sounds high?!?! Comments??
#2185 of 4293 Help - Question About Lease Offer for 09 528i
Feb 18, 2009 (2:04 pm)
Hoping someone can tell me what they think or where I can improve this lease offer - coming from NJ dealer.
Premium, cold weather, navi, sirius, and ipod adapter, auto, xenon, fold down rear. 23K miles / year, 36 months
Cap Cost - 51400
Bank Fee - 925
Total Cap - 52,325
Cap Reduction - 2500
Net Cap - 49,825
Residual - 27,746
Total Payment - 725.78
MSRP - 54045
Cap Reduction 2500
Upfront Sales Tax - 2026
Luxury Tax - 205
DMV fee - 254
State Inspection 7.70
Advance Payment 725.78
Other Fee (?) - 195
MF - .00145
Total Drive Off - 3422
Thanks for any help!
#2186 of 4293 2008 528xi MF & Residual / Rebates?
Feb 19, 2009 (8:43 pm)
Does anyone know the current MF and residual for a 2008 528xi, 12k/36mos? Also is BMWFS providing any rebates or support for existing customers? I have a lease coming up in the next month and am hoping to get a great deal on a leftover 2008. Thanks!
#2187 of 4293 mf and residual info
Feb 20, 2009 (8:00 am)
Do you have the current mf and residual value for a 2009 528i, 12k, 3yr.
Also, what is a reasonable amount of cash over invoice to offer.
#2188 of 4293 Re: recent lease quote '09 535xi [dab4]
Feb 20, 2009 (6:26 pm)
That is a rip off. In February I leased the same vehicle for $798 per month. My adjusted cap cost was $56,133, .58 residual, .00175 money factor. My lease is 15,000 per year for 3 years.
Feb 21, 2009 (4:07 pm)
Looking for the MF and residual for a 2009 528iDrive-- I am a returning BMW customer--12k/ 3 years--
#2190 of 4293 Sales Tax on Lease Payments (California)
Feb 21, 2009 (6:57 pm)
Car Man: I have an existing lease with BMW FS and was wondering if the sales tax that I pay with each lease payment will increase as the state just upped the rate by 1%? Seems to me that when BMW FS bought the car from BMW NA, they would have had to pay the full sales tax at that time, and in essence I am now paying it back.