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BMW 1 Series, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Coupe, Convertible
#48 of 86 Re: Does someone recently have bought 135i or 128i coupe? [gasman]
Jun 14, 2009 (8:17 am)
They don't allow the dealer's info showing here, so you can leave your email, then I can send the info to you.
Jun 14, 2009 (4:11 pm)
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#50 of 86 Price Paid for 135i Coupe
Jul 11, 2009 (7:16 pm)
I purchased a new 2008 135i coupe, at the beginning of May 2009, Chicago area. It was still on the lot, having been delivered September of 2008. I has auto, premium package, sport package, cold weather package, and Ipod adapter. Black Metallic. Dealer asked $37,700, plus ttl and held firm. I could not resist and bought it. Used a credit union to finance at 4.99% for 6 years. Dealer stated incentives existed on 2009 1 series but not 2008. Sticker on car, was I believe $43,200.
Hope this helps,
#51 of 86 2010 128i lease
Nov 10, 2009 (9:49 pm)
Im looking at a 2010 128i, just the basics - auto transmission + ipod. MSRP is 31,190. Invoice is 29,130. Holiday cash of 1500. Dealer is willing to offer at 28k including holiday cash. I believe I can go lower - dont see too many 1 series cars flying off the lot. Want to know if 25.5k is reasonable or not .. Is it too low ?
What is the buying experience of other people in the last few weeks ?
#52 of 86 Leasing a 128i
Dec 12, 2009 (7:19 pm)
Hey guys, anyone in NJ just started leasing or about to start leasing a 128i convertible? if so, what are options do you have, how much did you get the car down to? how much are you paying a month and how much money did you pay upfront? If no one from New Jersey, I m willing to go to NY, Delaware or PA to get a good deal.
Your help and info will be really appreciated.
#53 of 86 Re: Leasing a 128i [ams_7]
Dec 24, 2009 (12:23 pm)
I'm also looking to lease a 128i convertible - but in Dallas. The current advertised special is $369/month 36 months, 10,000 miles/year with about $4,500 drive off for a premium package and automatic.
I was quoted $439/month for 15,000 miles with a $7700 drive off with premium/auto/comfort and ipod. Seems rather high, especially the $7700 drive off.
So I'm still looking
#54 of 86 Options available after factory build
Dec 28, 2009 (9:21 am)
Hi - I ordered a 2010 128i which just arrived at the prep center in NJ. Are there any options that I can add at this point? The car was for my son who just found out he will have a long deployment thus I will be driving it for a year and thought perhaps I could add something at the 11th hour!
#55 of 86 2011 128 Convertible
Jun 27, 2010 (7:04 am)
Just signed the papers to lease a 2011 128 convertible in edison NJ. It is white, with savanah beige leather. It has premium package, sports package, value package. Automatic trans, heated seats, heated steering wheel, navigation system, and harmon kardon stereo system. MSRP was $43,765. I put $3500 total out of pocket at signing, and my payment is $399 a month. The lease terms are 12k/ year and for 36 months. The residual is very high on the 128 convertible when compared to other vehicles which is why the payment is quite low, and my decision factor of which car to get. Ask for the residual sheet (they have one) and you will be amazed at how it differs even between cars of the same model.
#56 of 86 Re: 2011 128 Convertible [mcon22]
Jun 27, 2010 (7:29 am)
That is a really great deal! I thought I did really good but yours is def. better. I ordered mine, to pick up in August. And I only got the value package, with blue tooth and automatic transmission. Leather sets. I put $2423 down with $423/month 12k miles a year. You got navigation, heated seats, sterring and the stereo plus the sports package and premium package for only $200 more (the difference between what you put down and your monthly payments versus mine). That really is a great deal.