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#3331 of 3911 Triple BMW Loyalty Rewards
Dec 22, 2011 (11:35 pm)
I received a mailer from BMW today offering me "triple BMW loyalty rewards." Does anyone know how this offer fits in with the other offers for December?
Here is what the offer says:
"We would like to thank you for your loyalty to the BMW brand with an unprecedented loyalty offer, extended to a select group of BMW owners. For a limited time, lease a new 2011 or 2012 BMW through BMW Financial Services, and you'll be eligible for up to triple the BMW loyalty rewards - an average of $3,000 - courtesy of our enhanced loyalty benefits. 
"The timing couldn't be better - you can also use this offer in conjunction with any of BMW's other offers, including the BMW Mission To Drive Sales Event, going on now.
"So don't delay - this special offer ends January 3, 2012.
"Average estimated enhanced loyalty benefit of $3,000 is based on a lease capitalized cost of $50,000. Total enhanced loyalty benefit will vary based on model chosen, customer down payment, capitalized cost and residual value. Enhanced loyalty benefit replaces existing $1,000 loyalty benefit for returning BMW owners with a model year 2005 BMW or newer, purchasing or leasing a new BMW."
Dec 23, 2011 (5:35 pm)
I am trying to lease a bmw 535 2012, and i dont wamt to pay more than $700 a month incl. Taxes
I am planning to put $3500 cash at signing, does anybody knows or recommend some1 who can make the deal happen????????
I am located in los angeles CA
Dec 25, 2011 (8:43 pm)
I've never owned a BMW but am considering my first. A 2012 BMW 535i; Black Sapphire with venetian beige, equiped with Premium Package, Technology Package, Cold Weather Package and satelite readio. The MSRP quoted by Dealer is 59,325 with selling price of 55,200. A lease for 3 years at 15K a year I was quoted 888.48 including the 3% rental tax in NC.
No money down was required nor security deposit, only out the door charges were first months payment and tag transfer fees.
Is this a good deal?
#3335 of 3911 Re: 2012 BMW 528i / 535i xdrive lease question [tamator]
Dec 26, 2011 (1:05 am)
Which dealer is it? it seems to be better than I quote here. What is the final selling price with 528?
#3336 of 3911 Re: 2012 BMW 528i xdrive lease question [Car_man]
Dec 26, 2011 (1:32 am)
Hi Car man,
My dealer told me the annual apr is 0.9. Then the MF will be 0.9/2400=0.000375. Is it correct? What is the residual for 528 with premium and tech package and 10000 mile per year?
Is the selling price reasonable by 500 behind invoice - 1730 option credit - 1000 bonus -1000 loyalty? Since those credit are from BMW manufacturer and 500 behind invoice is from dealer.
Dec 26, 2011 (2:53 am)
I think they quoted you pretty good as long is with not money down , but i think you should try to negotiated that payment down a little bit more .
#3338 of 3911 Re: Bmw lease [bruno1985]
Dec 26, 2011 (9:42 am)
That is not a quote from dealer. I am wondering if that is reasonable target price that I'll negotiate for.
#3339 of 3911 2012 535i GT
Dec 26, 2011 (12:51 pm)
Thanks again, car man.
To follow up, I negotiated a fair price for a 2 wheel drive 2012 535i GT as a purchase. Now I'm considering a lease. The car is equipped with the value package, which includes navigation at no charge. So does that eliminate the navigation credit discussed here? Am I correct that the only additional credit I get by leasing instead of buying is the $1000 lease incentive? Any other credits that would apply? I don't qualify for loyalty credits.
#3340 of 3911 Re: enhanced loyalty [Car_man]
Dec 26, 2011 (7:58 pm)
Hi, I've also received a quote of $918/mo for a 535i 36 mo lease with technology, M sport, cold weather, park distance control and BMW apps for a negotiated price of$57064 in North Carolina. Money factor is 0.00235 and residual value for 15k mi/year is $33785. I'm a returning lease owner and I presume $1000 loyalty credit has been applied to my negotiated price. Should I take the reduction in money factor instead? And why is the money factor so high is it negotiable?