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BMW X5, Car Leasing, SUV
#1113 of 2269 Re: BMW X5 4.8 [jlau1]
by Car_man HOST
Dec 04, 2009 (4:16 am)
Here you go, jlau1. BMW Financial Services' current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2010 X5 4.8 with 15,000 miles per year are .00200 and 58%, respectively for returning lessees or new ones who pay a security deposit at lease signing.
You never mentioned how long you want to lease this truck for or what mileage allowance you need, so I had to make some assumptions. Let me know if you want something different.
When negotiating your lease on this truck, make sure to take the $2,500 cash incentive that is currently available on it into account.
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Dec 04, 2009 (4:11 pm)
I am trying to negotiate a lease..as there is a $4500 eco credit through jan 4
.the published deal for BMW USA is $559/month plus tax for 10K miles a year
includes premium package/heated seats and destination charge... the MSRP is 55,925....i want to add 2,000 miles a year to 12K a year ( i was told the extra miles added $1,100 to the cost) and a technology pkg..
(which is $2,800) so the added value would be $3900 to the MSRP totalling $59,825 and i am getting the runaround from local dealers who say they are
discounting the "new" MSRP over $2000 and the new payment will be $629/mth plus tax.... how do I figure out if they are giving me the same lease deal as they wont tell me the percentage rate... in other words to upgrade that car 2k how much more per should i be paying with the lease deal/ percetage advertised
#1115 of 2269 Re: x-5 diesel lease [bimmergirl]
Dec 04, 2009 (9:33 pm)
Here's a great lease calculator. it helped me out on a recent deal. www.leaseguide.com/calc.htm
Dec 06, 2009 (10:09 pm)
Visited a local Dallas dealer today and got the following quote for 2010 X5d to be ordered before jan 4 in order to get tax credit
+ some other options
$7000 down includes fees, 1st month, etc
$4500 eco cred
36 mnths, 12k miles
Money fact .0029
Not much of a deal to me..Any recs on certain dealers who are willing to negogiate with long time BMW customer? Thanks
#1118 of 2269 Re: Car Man [dhkhan]
Dec 08, 2009 (12:03 am)
Any chance you have the name of that dealer in Az?
#1119 of 2269 Lease on 2009 Loaner X5 3.0
Dec 20, 2009 (11:29 am)
I am considering leasing a 2009 X5 3.0i that was used as a loaner (it comes with full warranty). It has most of the extras with the exception of NAV. It has 16K miles on it. Original MSRP was 55K and selling price is 40K after 2.5K rebate. Looking at a 3 yr, 10K mile lease for about $650 (incl. tax, $1K down). Having trouble figuring out what the residual should be. Does this seem like a good deal?
Dec 20, 2009 (12:09 pm)
that's not bad, but not great..the national add for 2010 x5 diesel gives you a $4,500 eco credit off an MSRP around 55K with premium pkg and heated seats (no nav) for $559 a month plus tax,,,, there is a larger down payment lik$4100 but it's brand new and will get double the gas mileage of an traditional gas x-5 and you'll be doing something good for the environment!!! I decided to buy one it;s on order at BMW totally loaded and for me it was a better deal to buy it as i wanted nav and more miles a month so ultimately I got $4500 eco credit and another $2700 off so amost $7,500 off the MSRP of a $59K vehicle.
if you have to borrow monwy the rates for lending for purchase are better than for lease at BMW i't like 4% vs 6%
Dec 20, 2009 (4:49 pm)
Considering X5 30i lease (3ry 10k mi./yr). Anyone know if there is any reason to wait until after the holiday credit expires - any clues about promotions after Jan 4? Any recognizable promotions patterns from previous years from watching what happens after holiday season? I cannot help but wonder if sales are low (as common in car industry now) perhaps a better promotion may be offered in January.
Looked at the national advertisement lease offer (includes $2500 holiday credit) with MSRP 52,225. Anyone know if there is more negotiation room in this deal? What are chances of negotiating lower? Anyone succeed and by how much?
Dealers claim 6 to 8 weeks from order to delivery. Is this time estimate accurate and reliable? If not, how much time should I assume is more realistic?
Dec 21, 2009 (6:03 pm)
Here is the offer I am getting for a 2010 BMW X5 xDrive30i
Rear Climate Package
iPod and USB Adapter
MSRP is $56,225.00
Dealer is willing to sell for $53,280.00
Looking to lease for 3yrs/12k miles per year.
He has quoted me Down payment 6000 + 2500 bmw credit = 8500 total
Monthly Payment $611.32 without tax = $670.92 with tax (LA area)
Is this a good deal? I am not to good at all with negotiating so any help would be great...