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BMW Z4, Car Leasing, Convertible
#69 of 713 Re: Re: CarMan, OOOOh Carman where are you?
Oct 28, 2005 (3:15 am)
Hey omegagen. Your deal is not actually under invoice once the $3,000 dealer cash that BMW is providing on the 2005 Z4 2.5i right now is taken into account. This dealer cash means that if you pay $35,250 for a car with a dealer invoice of $36,620 the dealer is still making $1,630 on your deal. You may be able to get them down at least another $500 to $1,000.
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#70 of 713 My Z4 was delivered to my front door today!
Oct 28, 2005 (1:23 pm)
Well, I didn't get back to the forum to check CarMan's last post to my question, so I didn't push for anymore on the deal. I felt comfortable with it and after looking around at dealerships within 200 miles radius most Z4's I found were option-loaded which was out of my price range. I refuse to buy locally in Wilmington, NC. The one I got was just right for me, so I decided not to push the envelope. Since it is a third car, sunny weekend car, 10K/yr is plenty for me. I barely drive 13K/yr on my everyday vehicle.
I made the deal on the car over the phone which left me buying "sight unseen", but the dealership, Leith BMW in Raleigh, NC, was easy to work with, therefore, I didn't have any qualms with this. Great buying experience!
The car is beautiful and a blast to drive!!! I just love the gray and black interior, black leather on the seat's side bolsters and a gray-cheque material down the middle. Some people complain about the brushed aluminum look inside, but I think it looks kinda "James Bondish". The whole car looks sooooo cool! I'm glad I got the SP package. It gives it a more aggressive stance!
Thanks for all the advice CarMan even though I wasn't able to adhere to your last post! When I saw the selling price was below Edmunds TMV I thought I was doing good, but I guess I there was still more wiggle-room. Oh well, live and learn! Thanks!
#71 of 713 Need Help With Z4 Deal (price & lease)????
Oct 28, 2005 (7:43 pm)
I'm considering a 2005 Z4 2.5i and found this car at a local dealer equipped as follows:
Prem. PKG. $3,200
Sport PKG. $1300
BMW Assist $750
Total MSRP $43,370
The best price I am able to negotiate is $38,030 + $499 dealer prep fee = $38, 530
First, is this a good deal considering the current $3000 dealer incentive on this model?
Second and most important, taking into consideration BMW's current lease program, what would be considered a good lease deal on this vehicle (30 mo. lease/10K mi. limit?) I've never leased before so it's "new territory" for me!
#72 of 713 How about this Z4 deal?
Oct 29, 2005 (9:26 pm)
I am getting this 2005 Z4 3.0i at a local dealer:
Included: Prem. PKG; Sport PKG; Auto tran.; Xenon; Heated seat; Extended Leather;
Negotiated a deal for $459.99 per month (30M/10K) after tax w/o down:
ACQ Fee: $970
Money Factor used: 0.00141
Dealer mark up the Fee and Money Factor, but lowered sale price under invoice.
Is this a good deal to go?
#73 of 713 z4 lease deal
Nov 02, 2005 (6:25 am)
Recently I found out that there were decent 2005 Z4 deals around (299/month?).
However, the deal seemed to be expired 10/31/2005 by bmw's website.
Is this deal still around? Cuz I like to get one very soon (over the weekend) if the deal is still around.
#74 of 713 Re: z4 lease deal [ipark]
Nov 02, 2005 (8:30 am)
I reply to my message --;
I checked it now on bmw website, the promotion is still availale.
Now it's 27months instead of 30 month previoiusly.
Is this a good deal?
and how is driving on the snow?
cuz I need to drive this car time to time on the snow since I live in New york where it snows moderately during the winter time.
Yes, this would be the only car.
#75 of 713 October incentives carry over
Nov 04, 2005 (6:31 am)
I just spoke with a BMW dealer in IL. He told me the same mfr incentives carry into November. I don't know about the mf or residuals.
#76 of 713 question about price for lease
Nov 04, 2005 (12:50 pm)
I am planning on leasing a bmw Z4 2.5i during the month of November
msrp is 41095 invoice is 37685
I want to lease the car for 36 months with 0 down and I want 15k miles per year
please tell me what my lease payment should be if I negotiate well for the car
#77 of 713 Re: question about price for lease [slaughter5111]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Nov 04, 2005 (8:33 pm)
'05 Z4 2.5
$35700 Selling price ($1K over invoice minus $3K incentive)
$36325 Cap cost (selling price + $625 acq.fee)
Payment = $441/mo. + tax
Due at signing = 1st pymt, security deposit, title/license fees ($1200-$1300 total).
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#78 of 713 Re: My Z4 was delivered to my front door today!
Nov 07, 2005 (3:00 am)
Congratulations on your new car, omegagen. there's nothing like having a fun, weekend car to cruise around in. I know that you'll enjoy it . thanks for taking the time to stop back and let us all know how everything turned out.
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