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#2734 of 4282 what do you think?
Mar 24, 2010 (7:57 am)
I recently bought a new space grey/ grey interior with dark poplar trim 2010 bmw 528i premium package, value package, navigation, and heated seats. mileage on car 152.... MSRP: $49625.... selling price $43000 3 year lease with 12000 miles a year....i paid 2000 at signing ( including taxes, registeration, 1st month payment, msc fees.), plus 779 for the leasing protection plan.... my monthly payment came out to be 765.78 per month including taxes and everything. ( I didnt give 5000 at signing, which makes my monthly payment higher, but i gave very little out of pocket).
Also, im in california our sales tax is 9.75%
I'm very happy with the car. What do you think of the deal?
#2735 of 4282 Re: what do you think? [rinku666]
Mar 24, 2010 (8:14 am)
I am just amazed how different the lease deals are now.
Back in Dec 2007, we leased a 2008 528i, $52k retail for $600/mth (24 mths, 10k miles/year) with $1800 total due at signing. 7% tax included.
Now you have a $50k car, selling for $43k and the payment is still $765? Granted, 9.75% sales tax doesnt help.
I think you got a great price, but the lease terms appear to stink.
We purchased a CPO 550i with 35k miles a year ago for $35k. My monthly payment is $640 and i have a warranty until 2/2013 or 100k miles.
#2736 of 4282 Re: what do you think? [smithsonga]
Mar 24, 2010 (2:45 pm)
yeah, the sales tax is pretty steep. The monthly payment before taxes is 690..
#2737 of 4282 Re: March rates on 528i [bchips]
Mar 30, 2010 (3:07 am)
Here you go, bchips. BMW Financial Services' March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 528i with 10,000 miles per year are .00250 and 53%, respectively.
When negotiating your lease on this car, make sure to take the $5,000 dealer cash that is currently available on it into account.
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Apr 12, 2010 (9:59 pm)
for the last 10 days, so let me do the honors.
I loved reading the forum threads and the price discussions. My first post here, so go easy on me folks.
My current lease is due in early May and I'm wondering if the best rebates will be available in April or is it better to wait for May (in terms of manufacturer rebates, more low mileage demos) ? I'm the san fran bay area and very tempted to get a 5 series BMW (528 / 535xi).
#2739 of 4282 Re: quiet in here.. [snake_doc]
Apr 13, 2010 (6:46 am)
My local bmw dealer puts his demo's up for lease/sale twice a year. Spring and November. Ask yours when the loaners go on the block. Check the new lease payments and see if it's worth it. The new 5 series coming out makes evaluating the numbers more difficult.
#2740 of 4282 Re: quiet in here.. [snake_doc]
Apr 15, 2010 (1:53 am)
Welcome snake. BMW's current lease incentive program is scheduled to run through April 30th. It is difficult to say what its May program will be like at this point. Last year BMW enhanced its April programs for May, but it was not providing nearly as much support then as it is today. If I had to make an educated guess at this point, I would say that BMW's May programs will be about the same as its current one. However, that is only a guess...they could be better or they could be worse.
If I had a lease that was scheduled to end in early May that I had to replace, I personally would probably play it safe and pull the trigger on a new BMW some time in April, but that's just me. The current program is attractive enough for me to justify getting a new BMW in April.
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#2741 of 4282 Simple Question?
Apr 17, 2010 (3:58 pm)
Real simple question (I hope) - In Miami and looking at a 535 with value pack and a few extras for $52k sticker price. With a 60 month lease and 15,000 annual miles, and with current April rebates, what should I be looking at for a good monthly lease payment with as little down as possible ($1000)? I am returning a leased 335 in excellent condition.
Also, are least terms more favorable withth e 535s currently than with the 335s?
#2742 of 4282 Lease advice on 2010 55i GT
Apr 17, 2010 (11:03 pm)
In reading at the latest posts, I'm curious to know how the dealer incentives mentioned (5K / 6K) apply to a deal I was offered today on a 2010 550i GT:
Negotiated price: $67004
$3000 due at signing (first month payment, 1K + fees)
Monthly payment plus tax in CA: $962
For the life of me I can't recall the Money Factor but if anyone can provide input as to if this is a good deal, or not, I would appreciate it!
#2743 of 4282 Re: Simple Question? [popgrowl1]
Apr 19, 2010 (8:20 am)
Sorry, this should read 36 month lease, not 60.