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BMW 3 Series, Sedan, Wagon
#11 of 11923 325i Price Paid in DC Area - $1000 off MSRP
Oct 07, 2002 (9:42 am)
Last week I paid around $33,600 (or $1,000 off MSRP) on a 2002 325i with the following:
Cold Weather Pkg.
#12 of 11923 325i Baton Rouge LA
Oct 07, 2002 (8:37 pm)
5-spd, Titanum Silver Metallic Paint
The salesman said he forgot to add the price of the leather in an he said he would eat it so I got $1400 off, paid $33,745 + TTL
#13 of 11923 no floor mats???!!
Oct 08, 2002 (11:32 am)
My salesman just told me 325i do not come with floor mats! I can't believe a 30K+ car, and no floor mats. How much are they?
#14 of 11923 floor mats
Oct 08, 2002 (12:09 pm)
It really doesn't come with floor mats. I was charged about $150 for it so I told them not to put one. I'll just buy the BMW winter mats costing $70 (front and rear).
#15 of 11923 mats are 87.00
Oct 08, 2002 (1:14 pm)
at lots of dealers, id look around.
#16 of 11923 $1500 over invoice 330ci on March 2002
Oct 08, 2002 (2:21 pm)
Including floor mats, dealer prep and who knows what else they added, 2 caps and a key chain
I told them, you can add as many extra dealer fees you want, but once you add everything, I'm not paying a dime above Invoice + $1500 (the $1500 of course, to fund the dealers wife yatch in Florida)
And so we made a deal, I bought the car, the dealer, (who would not go to bankruptcy because of me), received a juicy $1500 for 5min work on a car that sells by itself, (otherwise, would have lost the sale to another dealer). And we all lived happily ever after (at least he did).
The way I see it, I paid $1499 more than I should
If Infinity can sell the G35 at $32000 MSRP, How much is the real cost of producing a 330, $15000?
100+% gain is not bad, aah! (other wise, they would be out of business long time ago, and not investing 100+ millions in Formula 1).
But, as long as there are people willing to kill each other for the car, and pay whatever they ask, then, the closer to the MSRP the price will (I am starting to sound like Yoda) The good old offer and demand.
At least you know, somebody was able to get the car for $1500 above invoice, you should to. And thats what's great about this forum.
Don't trust that Edmunds TMV scam!
#17 of 11923 New to Washingon DC area
Oct 08, 2002 (3:33 pm)
Can anyone recommend a dealer with a customer friendly service dept ??
I have my 15k visit coming up soon
#18 of 11923 floor mats
Oct 08, 2002 (4:03 pm)
My dealer threw in the floor mats, I figure most of them would
#19 of 11923 what would be a good deal?
Oct 13, 2002 (8:35 pm)
I live in Orange County in California and
my friend who lives in South Carolina will be selling his BMW early december because he is leaving the country. He wants to drive the car until he leaves because he doesn't want to rent a car or anything...and I am thinking of buying it from him... I actually drove the car when I went over there this summer, and it is in good condition.... It is 1999 BMW 328i (new body style) It has a premium package, sports package, steptronic transmission, xenon headlamps and now it's got 41K miles... but he told me to expect about 50K miles in early December...
Because this year is almost over and he has to drive the car until the day he leave, I am not sure what I should pay... I did look up the Kelly Blue Book pricing for retail and it was little less than $22K for now.... Considering the fact that he is going to put at least 8000 extra miles on the car and I will be actually buying the car in december, what would be a good price for this BMW? I just don't want to waste my hard earned cash... Can somebody please help me?
#20 of 11923 BMW325i
Oct 14, 2002 (12:26 pm)
I just got the offer for a white/gray leather fully loaded (sports,premium,cold weather package, xenon, Harmon Kardon stereo etc.) for $33,500. It was an executive 2002 car with 6500 miles on it. Is that a good deal?