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BMW 5 Series, Car Leasing, Sedan, Wagon
#3194 of 3910 2011 550i loaner -
Sep 10, 2011 (10:31 am)
The issue of one time pay lease is not a choice for me.
Unfortunately, I have an issue with credit which will not be cleared up until end of year.
This situation precludes me from any monies loaned by BMW, or any other institution.
The one pay lease garantees BMW full payment - and costs me interest ...
My only criteria is that any monies not paid if the car is total loss (fire, theft, accident)
is returned...Effectively, its like pre-paid monthly payments x 36 months.
I will have more info on this since Im going to another BMW dealer this PM
#3195 of 3910 Re: lease on 2011 550i [kyfdx]
Sep 10, 2011 (3:04 pm)
lease on NEW BMW
2011 550i (premium 2, integrated phone)
Sticker - $66,350
sales price $63,442
12,000 miles/yr 36k x 3 yrs
factor .00115 (based on one time lease pay)
$758/ month ( plus 7% tax $53 =$810)
one time payment:
$758 x 36 = $27,288
tax 53x36 = $ 1,908
total = $31,068
not the best deal but .....
all feedback appreciated
#3196 of 3910 MF, Residual, Incentives on 2012 550xi ?
Sep 12, 2011 (7:23 am)
I can find 2011 MF/Residual, but nothing concrete on 2012.
Any help appreciated.
15k miles, 36 months.
Sep 13, 2011 (5:26 am)
What is the September residual & money factor 36 months, 12k miles?
Sep 14, 2011 (3:02 pm)
I negotiated the following deal, please let me know if I can do better?
2011 530xi with an MSRP of $65,150
Purchase price of $58,500.
Initial Payment $1838.99 (Advance payment, Acq fee, Doc fee)
Money factor is .00184
Residual is 58%.
36 month lease with 10,000 miles per year.
Payment, including tax, are $828.84.
Thanks for your valuable inputs.
#3199 of 3910 $1500 build out cash?
Sep 15, 2011 (8:10 am)
Can anyone confirm this additional allowance on remaining 2011 5 Series? I seem to think that it's a regional deal and perhaps only on 535ix? Either way, I'm not sure if it is there although AOL auto's says it is. Any thoughts? Thanks!
#3200 of 3910 528i 10k 36 months lease--what do you think ?
Sep 15, 2011 (8:01 pm)
The best deal so far I got for 528i MSRP$50,525.00 (selling price $45,860.00 -- 36 Months Mileage 10,000/year Money Factor 1.85 Residual Factor 58% )
0 down with total drive off $2,099.94 (including first monthly payment; license; bank fee etc)
Monthly Payment $598.93 Tax (8.75%) $52.41 Monthly Payment= $651.34
What do you think ? I think I can get better because some can get better MF.
CARMAN what is the MF and residual value for the above ? Thanks.
Sep 16, 2011 (10:41 am)
Dear Car man
I keep hearing that you say loyal customer's MF is .0003 lower
I have elite Credit. so i'm on .000185
so that makes my MF .000155
my question is that do i get $1000 off for loyal customer.
Either Or. or do i get both?
#3202 of 3910 Need help validating this 535xi GT deal.
Sep 16, 2011 (8:04 pm)
Guys - Appreciate your help in validating these numbers...
Agreed Upon Price: 59000 (remember 3500 build out cash and 1730 nav credit)
Tire Warranty: 1299 (am I overpaying?)
Trade In Credit: 3000 (car is actually worth 9000, shouldnt I use more of it to pay inceptions?)
Money Factor: 0.00185 (I'm top tier credit)
Actual Money Factor: 0.00136 (Am putting $4550 in security deposits)
Taxes Up Front: 1566
Title: 236 (Should I be paying for title on a lease?)
Registration: 302.5 (I'm NJ - this number seems high)
Doc Fee: 239.5
NJ Tire: 6
Monthly Payment: 640.83
#3203 of 3910 Re: Need help validating this 535xi GT deal. [uril]
by kyfdx HOST
Sep 17, 2011 (7:19 am)
Title fees: Even a leased car needs a title..
Registration: I think NJ charges for four years, upfront.. That would account for the size of the fee, if that is the case (don't take my word for it).
Upfront: Personally, I like to roll all of the inception charges into the lease.. I like the MSD program, but on my last lease, my due at signing was 1st payment plus MSDs only... (so, no.. don't put any more down or upfront).
Tire warranty: ACK!! $1300! I'd just put $1300 in the cookie jar and take my chances...
Other than that, it looks good from here (keep in mind, I don't know the base money factor...)