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#72 of 86 2010 BMW 128 i coupe : $30,950
Jan 12, 2011 (8:26 pm)
Just bought a 2010 BMW 128i with premium package for $30,950.
MSRP was $34,500
Pretty nice discount because the car was on the lot for a while and also a new facelift is coming up this summer. But it is a mild redesign so doesn't bother me.
Bought at BMW Fort Lauderdale, FL on December 30th 2010.
There was as $1500 rebate at the time, but I assume this is the price they go for at anytime.
#73 of 86 Re: 2010 BMW 128 i coupe : $30,950 [pihops]
Feb 16, 2011 (4:22 am)
Any idea on how much I should consider for a discount on a 2010 128i, with MSRP>40,000 (even though, a comparably equipped 2011 would be about 38,000? + taking into account the new changes coming into production now for 2012?)
#74 of 86 bmw 135 lease offer
Mar 28, 2011 (10:32 am)
Hi, I m a newbie to this forum. Please help me with this. I has offer for 135 coupe with MSRP 42000. offer price $37,300. lease for 36 months 12k miles.. about 1100 drive off. Pmt $470 monthly with 3500 secure deposit. opt DCT trans, M sport pkg, premium pkg, Is this a good deal to take?
#78 of 86 Re: 2010 BMW 128 i coupe : $30,950 [pihops]
May 23, 2011 (7:21 pm)
nope that is not the normal discount and that was definetly a great deal! congrats
#80 of 86 135i - $400 over invoice BUT $400 MACO $200 Training
Jul 21, 2011 (9:46 pm)
Going through Costco I was supposed to be offered a deal $400 over invoice. But when they showed me the sheet for my car, in addition to that there was $400 for MACO (they said it was their ad costs) and $200 for their training costs. Sounds like extra profit to me... Any comments?
#81 of 86 Re: 135i - $400 over invoice BUT $400 MACO $200 Training [letsmakadeal]
by kyfdx@Edmunds HOST
Jul 22, 2011 (3:12 am)
Both of those items are on the dealer's BMW invoice..