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BMW 1 Series, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Coupe, Convertible
#110 of 251 Re: 2010 135 convertible [dwynne]
Jul 31, 2010 (9:21 am)
Yes I know it's a 2010. I like cheap money. The tire and wheel is from BMW and not a third party warranty company. I think it is well worth the investment based on this experience and my previous 5 BMW's. Don't forget this covers me for 5 years including tires that are replaced. One pothole along with a damaged wheel and tire and you'll think otherwise.Here is a link to BMW regarding the policy. http://www.bmwusa.com/Standard/Content/Owner/BMWUltimateProtection/TireandWheelP- rotection.aspx
#112 of 251 Re: Money Factor and Residual Value for 2011 128i lease [Car_man]
Aug 02, 2010 (5:24 pm)
Just make sure that the dealer is using BMW Financial Services' buy rate lease money factor to calculate your payment and you're in business.
Maybe you or someone else could point to a BMW dealer that lets you have the buy rate, does not mark up the acquisition fee, and has a reasonable doc fee?
I have leased BMWs before, but this time every dealer I talk with is doing about a point over buy rate, jacking up the bank fee (by as much as $300), and has a $400 or more doc fee. They offer discounts ranging from $800 to $2,400 off MSRP (so far), but when you factor in the inflated numbers this deals are really not that hot. This is for an ordered 135i coupe - on a loaded up car the inflated MF alone is $30 or more a month on the payment (tax included) or over $1k on the term of the lease. If I have to travel too far or have to the car hauled to me, then I might as well pay the rip off inflated rate...
Aug 03, 2010 (7:55 am)
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#114 of 251 August lease numbers?
Aug 04, 2010 (11:48 am)
I know BMW has released its August lease numbers to dealers, but haven't seen them on any message boards yet. I'm probably going to lease a 135i for two years and I'm locked in for the July numbers if I want them, but just trying to figure out if the August numbers are any better. And I'm not sure I trust the quotes from my sales person.
Anyone have August 2010 residuals and money factors for 2011 1 series yet?
#115 of 251 Re: August lease numbers? [rjg001]
Aug 05, 2010 (5:17 am)
My dealer tells me the numbers carried over unchanged from July. At least on the 135i coupe. The new deals are up at the BMW USA page, but they do not include net cap cost which makes it impossible to figure out the money factor. The residual you can get by knowing the end of lease buy out price and MSRP and both are shown in the listing. Note that the dealer can't change the residual.
Is your dealer marking up the MF on your deal? Every one I talked to so far is adding nearly a full point to the buy rate.
#116 of 251 Re: August lease numbers? [rjg001]
Aug 06, 2010 (6:50 am)
I confirmed it with a couple of dealers, the 1 series lease numbers are the same a s last month. Some of the 3 series numbers improved, in particular the sedan numbers.
#117 of 251 Re: Need Help on Lease Numbers; 135i Convertible
Sep 27, 2010 (3:05 pm)
Just in case a local BMW dealer offers a "great Lease", what will be a great lease deal? I have always purchased before now, and may still purchase (60 mo. loan). Following lease description on BMW web site is Greek to me. Thanks in advance.
"36-month lease well-equipped at $419*/month, Vehicle Registered outside N.Y., $419 First months payment, $3,000 Down payment, $450 Security Deposit, $725 Acquisition fee, $4,594 Cash due at signing. Monthly lease payments of $419.00 for 36 months based on MSRP of $44,750.00. Vehicle may need to be ordered. Total lease payments are $15,084.00. Excludes tax, title, license, acquisition and registration fees. Rates are based on Super Elite/Elite/Standard credit tier level."
"At lease end, lessee will be liable for disposition fee ($350.00), any excess wear and use as set forth in the lease agreement and excess mileage charges of $.20 per mile for miles driven in excess of 10,000 miles per year. Purchase option at lease end for $29,535.00 excludes taxes. Lessee acquires no ownership interest unless purchase option is exercised."
#118 of 251 Re: Need Help on Lease Numbers; 135i Convertible [jkgreer2]
Sep 27, 2010 (5:39 pm)
Trying to get in touch with "jkgreer2"....I've had the exact same problem as your TL with the DVD-A not playing and was hoping you could tell me how you solved. I've replied to your original post in 2007 in the acura tl audio section...Please help.
#119 of 251 Re: TL with DVD-A not playing [jerimyp]
Sep 28, 2010 (12:20 am)
Regarding DVD-Audio not playing, I had 2 Acura dealers look at problem. The problem for 2004 Acura TL was one DVD-A slot would play, other 5 DVD-A would not. Both Acura dealers did not have a clue. One dealer did guess a 'cleaning' of inside of DVD-A unit was needed. Car was out of warranty. Both dealers gave me suggestions on radio repair shops for DVD-A, which required taking radio/DVD-A unit out, waiting 2-3 weeks for diagnosis, and waiting for repairs. I punted, kept radio unit, played my favorite DVD-A on one channel that worked (other channels played normal CD discs fine) and sold car during next year. DVD-A fix may be as simple as 'cleaning', but I now have 50-55 mpg Prius. Sorry can not help more. I do miss the DVD-Audio sound (Eagles Hotel Calif). Good luck with repairs.