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BMW 7 Series, Car Leasing, Sedan
#332 of 653 Re: Help! [Car_man]
Oct 25, 2009 (8:12 pm)
Thanks a lot.
Here is my config:
Here is 2010 750i:
My 750i Sedan
4.4-liter, V-8 engine
See all standard features
Imperial Blue Metallic/deep sea blue mettalic
On the 750 I can offer you $84,320 + applicable taxes and fees.
Saddle and Black Nappa Leather
Fineline Matte Wood trim
Cold Weather Package
Premium Sound Package
19" Light-alloy wheels multi-spoke (Style 235) w/performance tires
Active Roll Stabilization (ARS)
Integral Active Steering
Destination & Handling:
Total MSRP as Built
** would like 36mo/30k miles, zero down lease.( invoice plus 500) Btw does maco, training apply in CA? and also how abt $700 bank fee if it is capitalized?
what will be licence/doc fee, registration?
BTW any idea what are the best incentives/lease rates bmw using for left over 09 750i
#333 of 653 BMW lease
Oct 30, 2009 (8:31 pm)
Lets see if I understand this...The 2009 has $6000 in dealer cash. I was offered $96375 MSRP car today for $89190, which is supposedly the invoice but I guess I should be getting the car below invoice. This is my 1st BMW so I do not get any reduced money factor. They told me it would be .00105 for 15,000 miles per year
on a 3 year lease. payment is $1314 if i pay sales tax upfront
Should i be looking for a better deal
#334 of 653 Lease Specials
Nov 02, 2009 (10:48 am)
Do you know the residuals and money factor for 3 year lease on a 2009 750i
#335 of 653 Re: Pricing Help [mrtouya]
Nov 06, 2009 (3:48 am)
You're welcome Stephane. Let's work up a sample payment on the car that you described using BMW's new November lease program and see what we come up with.
According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2010 BMW 750i that has an MSRP of $97,880 and a selling price of $93,544 (always try to beat TMV, savvy consumers who are in areas that have a decent level of competition almost always can) through BMW Financial Services right now for 36 months with 15,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $1,482.
At lease signing for this car, you will be required to pay your first month's payment, a security deposit equivalent to that payment rounded up to the nearest $50 increment (unless you are a returning customer or opt to have the deposit waived in exchange for a money factor bump), BMW FS' $725 acquisition fee, and any required state taxes or fees.
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Nov 06, 2009 (3:58 am)
You're welcome zoran. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2009 BMW 750i that has an MSRP of $89,880 and a selling price of $84,320 through BMW Financial Services right now for 36 months with 10,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $1,283.
BMW is currently providing a $6,000 cash incentive on leases of this car.
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#337 of 653 Re: Help! [Car_man]
Nov 06, 2009 (6:35 am)
On the 2009, what do you think is a good diiscount off MSRP? Seems like the dealers in NJ have a lot of them in stock.
#338 of 653 Re: Help! [Car_man]
Nov 07, 2009 (1:48 pm)
I believe you can get that car for around 83,500
#339 of 653 Re: Help! [gryan]
Nov 07, 2009 (6:01 pm)
thanks indeed! I believe you are referring to a 2010 $89K car 750i that I configured for $83.5K, is it 500 over invoice?
More so any idea on 09 750is if BMW cash back or trunk money is gone up from 6k to 10K????
#340 of 653 Re: Help! [zoran]
Nov 07, 2009 (6:39 pm)
the 2009 should be around 83500 or less, i was looking at one too. this is before the 6000 cash back on a lease
#341 of 653 Lease Buy Out - to do or not to do
Nov 15, 2009 (4:07 am)
I am trying to decide whether to do a lease buy out on a 2007 750li, or lease a 2009. It is in excellent and almost pristeen condition and has 27,000 miles on it. the residual is $52,014. No repairs have been needed, just regular oil changes. This car has options that I like, and significantly, the back seat seems to have more room than the 2009.
Without seeing the car one dealer said BMW would want to bring the car up to BMW specs to certify it which may require tries, brakes, etc. and wiith the additional 2yrs or 50K miles on my current warranty and offered to sell it to me for the residual with financing at .9% for 36 months, $1585. month with zero down.
In looking at the lease agreement on this car, I see there was no "capitalized cost reduction" and that the "gross capitalized cost" was 86,112. The payments have been $1362./month for 36 months. Is the residual written in stone, or can I negotiate a better price? What would be reasonable given the amount that has already paid, or is that not a consideration?
I am new to this experience and could use some advice. The only reason I would want to lease a 2009, is if its much more prudent financially in the long run.