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BMW 5 Series, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#2687 of 4276 Re: Lease Extension Option for 5-Series [tuckerman4]
Jan 31, 2010 (6:52 am)
Are you waiting for bmw fs quotes on a 2010 lease? I'd say lease a 2010(aggressively), cause the 2011 are a first model year, full price, etc., would not argue against the extention either as the new 5 looks amazing.
I need a car now, and have never leased before. Althought I'm a good candidate,(low annual miles, and good care for my cars etc.) I'm considering leasing because I might like to get a newer car sooner than later. Usually keep my cars for 6-8, but new technology has itching more often.
So my current options,(gotta have the manuel!), found two senerios that could work. Found a used and certified 2010, stickered for $66, could probably get for $47.5, great deal! Could do my usual and keep it long time. it's silver, which is ok
Also found a new 2010 stick that I could lease and move on after 3 years. It's gonna b more money, but I can right off the payment, and keep my options open. It's black, which I don't love.
Gonna get lease numbers, but the pre-owned might be to good a deal to pass up. What are the lowest lease payments people have seen for nothing down, 10K, or 12K annual miles, and a sticker of $66K??
If I didn't want a stick so much, I'd probably look at the audi a6, which is what I had.
I don't think there are any great deals, but would consider leasing.
Appreciate any ideas suggestions or comments...thx!!
#2688 of 4276 $2500 holiday cash incentive over???
Feb 02, 2010 (6:51 am)
Is the $2500 holiday cash incentive over??
#2689 of 4276 Re: Lease Extension Option for 5-Series [borno]
Feb 02, 2010 (12:55 pm)
How long have you had the A6 and has it been troublesome re- reliability? You can get an A4 with a stick -- not as much difference in size as folks might think. There are performance options which should meet most buyers needs. Lease deals aren't too bad.
#2690 of 4276 Re: $2500 holiday cash incentive over??? [mobilejae]
Feb 04, 2010 (3:09 am)
Yes, mobilejae, the Holiday Cash incentives that BMW was providing at the end of the year were not continued when it introduced its January program. BMW is not currently providing any cash incentives on leases of the 528i or 535i, other than $1,500 loyalty cash for current 5-Series owners and lessees. It is providing dealer cash on the 550i and M5 though.
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#2691 of 4276 Re: $2500 holiday cash incentive over??? [Car_man]
Feb 04, 2010 (6:06 am)
My sales guy said that instead of the $2500 cash, they replaced with with MF .00195 and 62% residual to make up for the no cash incentive. Is that right?
#2692 of 4276 Pull the trigger?
Feb 08, 2010 (8:10 pm)
After shopping around a bit, I've come across the following deal:
535xi w/ Value, Premium, Sport, Navi
.0018 (due to multiple security deposits)
$720 per month with $7,900 out of pocket ($1,900+ $6,000 multiple refundable security deposits)
Debating between going with a less expensive car or this beauty.. am I getting a decent deal?
Also, concerning the refundable security deposit... If there is a total loss and/or theft on the vehicle prior to lease expiration, do I still get this money back or is it lost similarly as any cap cost reduction would be lost? Does BMW have a history of hassling people about getting the money back after the lease end?
#2693 of 4276 Re: Pull the trigger? [hit]
Feb 09, 2010 (5:17 pm)
You get it back. It is a great car
#2694 of 4276 Re: Pull the trigger? [hit]
Feb 09, 2010 (5:34 pm)
I just leased my second 5 series and posted seven extra security deposits with each lease. I had no problems with the return of my first car and I am getting a full refund from BMW. These guys treat their customers the best in the business. As long as you return the car with normal wear and tear - I really think you will be fine. Good luck.
#2695 of 4276 Re: Pull the trigger? [hit]
Feb 11, 2010 (7:25 pm)
I picked up my 535xi.
Thank you for the help guys, your help saved me thousands and put me into a beautiful car.
#2696 of 4276 Reaging the 2008 BMW 535 Xi Lease Tranfer
Feb 17, 2010 (10:11 pm)
Hi all - I have an opportunity to take over a lease- 2008 535xi fully loaded-6k miles- 6 months left on the lease- the car has some scratches on the Bumper, i have some doubts that is that when we return the car to BMW at the end of the Lease term, is BMW will charge us for the Scratches on the Bumper and can any one can tell me how should be the Car when we return the Car at the end of the Lease?