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#1938 of 2262 BMW X5 2013 30 Months Lease
Jun 14, 2012 (8:01 pm)
I'm about to lease next week BMW X5 Premium 2013, 30 months Lease, 15K M Per year including the following packages:
Cold Weather Package
Premium Sound Package
One lease payment: $28,065 (for 30 months)
30 Payments: $908 each payment + $4,296 up front
All above numbers including Taxes within NY
Is it a good deal? If not what will be good deal for the above package?
Your advise is much appreciated.
#1939 of 2262 loyalty credit on X5
Jun 16, 2012 (5:04 pm)
Just wondering if there is really a loyalty credit available for the 2013 X5. Some posts seem to mention it, most do not.
I am about to lease an X5 and currently have a 535xi. Just wondering if there is a credit I should be takin advantage of.
#1940 of 2262 Re: loyalty credit on X5 [acetner]
Jun 17, 2012 (7:15 am)
BMW usually offers owner loyalty incentives through BMW finance from November 1st through January 3rd. Just be aware that it's not always beneficial to wait for the end of year sales event. BMW offers more incentives during that period, but they often decrease the residuals by a percent or two to offset the incentives.
If you were a member of the BMW car club, you would be eligible to receive a $1,000 check for that new X5.
#1941 of 2262 Re: loyalty credit on X5 [acetner]
Jun 18, 2012 (9:25 am)
There is no loyalty credit on any 2013 X5's. It is available on 2012 X5 35d along with the ECO credit
#1942 of 2262 2012 BMW x5 diesel
Jun 18, 2012 (9:41 am)
New to the board got this offer for a BMW X5
can someoone tell me if i have any more wiggle room??
Plesae view lease option below: The eco credit is factored into the deal already.
This car has the following packages and options, Cold weather, Premiun packages, running board, BMW Apps.
Discount price: $54,700
Money Factor: .00185
Term: 36 months
Monthly Payment: $569
Due at Signing: $7,360 break down is $3500 down plus inception, taxes and DMV
#1943 of 2262 Re: Did I Get It Right? [danno14]
by Car_man HOST
Jun 18, 2012 (3:31 pm)
Hi danno14. The money factor and residual value that you used are spot on. However, using the numbers that you mentioned, I come up with a zero down, pre-tax monthly payment of $709.
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#1944 of 2262 X5 lease question
Jun 20, 2012 (2:11 pm)
Need help with a lease quote. Here is where we are at:
Premium, Sport Activity, cold weather, multi-contour seats, 3rd row, running boards, BMW apps
Price: $62,800 (before credits)
With base rates for a 3 year, 12k lease (we are in a state with no sales tax), ignoring any acquisition or other fees, I calculate a monthly payment of $643. Is my assumption correct that residual is based on original MSRP? Or should I take 58% of the post-credit MSRP? Dealer quoted $730 on this deal so something does not seem right.
#1945 of 2262 was just curious and got a quote over the phone.
Jun 21, 2012 (10:07 am)
2012 BMW X5d with Premium pkg and running boards MSRP $61395
Dealer offer price after eco and loyalty credit $ 52,000
Residual on 36 months/10k year 59%
Price $600 a month with $3500 for taxes, first month's payment and all other fees except DMV
What you guys think??
#1946 of 2262 Re: was just curious and got a quote over the phone. [cwy1688]
Jun 21, 2012 (10:46 am)
Any phone quote can be negotiated lower in person when you go to the dealer and show that you're a serious buyer. Ask for the dealer invoice price, add $500 and then subtract all incentives from that number before adding tax, tags, etc. That's how you assess whether you're basing the lease on a fair starting price.
#1947 of 2262 new quote - decision time
Jun 21, 2012 (11:09 am)
New to the forum and have BMW X5 offer
can I negotiate more?
view lease option below:
This car has the following packages and options, Cold weather, Convenience packages, Sat radio (1yr), BMW Apps.
Discount price: $57,791
Cap Reduction: $3,000
Money Factor: .00190
Term: 36 months
Monthly Payment: $733.47
Due at Signing: $4712.07 ($750 sec depo is included in this number)
I have USAA ins and thought there was some kind of leverage there?? Anybody know? Would signing up as a BMWCCA member help? It looks like you have to have been a member for 12mos prior to gain anything here.