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BMW X5, Car Leasing, SUV
#1942 of 2374 2012 BMW x5 diesel
Jun 18, 2012 (8:41 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 2374 Re: Did I Get It Right? [danno14]
Jun 18, 2012 (2:31 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 2374 X5 lease question
Jun 20, 2012 (1:11 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 2374 was just curious and got a quote over the phone.
Jun 21, 2012 (9:07 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 2374 Re: was just curious and got a quote over the phone. [cwy1688]
Jun 21, 2012 (9:46 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 2374 new quote - decision time
Jun 21, 2012 (10:09 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.
#1948 of 2374 Re: new quote - decision time [mhipp]
Jun 22, 2012 (3:05 am)
Usaa knocks 1k off msrp. The cash at signing and monthly include taxes. Oh and the miles are at 10k thus the .62
A little feed back would help.
#1949 of 2374 Re: new quote - decision time [mhipp]
Jun 22, 2012 (4:16 am)
BMW CCA members get $1k rebate directly from BMW North America on a new X5. But only if you've been a member for the past year. They changed the rules years ago so that you can no longer sign up the day you buy the car and get the rebate.
#1950 of 2374 X5 35d lease question
Jun 22, 2012 (6:25 am)
Can you please provide June lease MF and Residual for a 2012 X5 35d for 36-month 12K/year. Also, MF & residual for 2013 X5 35d for 36-month 12K/year...BTW, is eco credit and loyalty credit available for the 2013 or just the 2012...Thanks.
#1951 of 2374 Pro's/Con's of X5 Diesel?
Jun 22, 2012 (8:36 am)
I live in Minnesota and have never owned a Diesel vehicle of any kind in my life. I have been holding out for a 2012 or 2013 X5 Sport Activity with the 20" wheels. There have not been any incredible deals for a looooong time. However, with the deals on the diesels right now, I can lease one up for the price I have been holding out for. If I add the sport package, I think everything is the same besides the engine. Can anyone talk me into or out of the diesel?