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HI Guys Looking for some advice on the purchase of a 2012 X5 35i. the car comes with Premium Sound Package, Premium Package, Executive Package, Metallic Color, Nevada Leather and Walnut wood Trip. I'm in montreal and looking to purchase this vehicle for $55900. Do you think that this is a reasonable price for a 2012(with 0 km) taking into account the value of the depreciation of buying a 2012 vs ... Read More
I'd be happy to help you out naj14. BMW Financial Services' January buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 X5 35d with 10,000 miles per year are .00130 and 56% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. The numbers for an otherwise identical 42-month lease are .00130 and 47%. The numbers for the 2012 model are .00125 / 52% for 36-months ... Read More
Your assumption is correct, I meant 20% off the negotiated price that you would actually pay for a new 2013, is what I would peg the fair discount for a 2012 with 18k miles. As far as the diesel vs. gas decision, again that's a personal choice and please don't take my "opinion" as attempting to dictate one is right and the other wrong. That said, almost all of the 8 ... Read More
In my area (DC Metro) as of a couple of weeks ago, BMW of Silver Spring still had 1-2 order slots left for the 2012 X5d. By now they may have an allocation of slots for a 2013 X5d. Check around your area. And if you are remotely within driving distance of the Spartanburg Performance Delivery Center, look into that option for ordering the car from your local dealer, flying down ... Read More
I think $800 over invoice on a customer ordered 2013 is a pretty good deal. Although the dealer doc fee of $599 is very high. That essentially makes the deal $1,400 over invoice which is not so good. My dealer charged $199. Apparently the eco-credit has been reduced to $3,000 from $4,500. Sorry about that, but that's still better than the $2,500 it had been prior to May/June on the 2012's. ... Read More
Even though I just bought a 2013 Cayenne diesel, I would agree that the 2012/13 X5d is an excellent choice - and very competitively priced with the current incentives. To me, the X5 gas models are much less of a "deal" and may need to be discounted more heavily as the 2014 model gets closer to reality. Other than BMW, every other manufacturer - Porsche, Audi, Mercedes, VW - prices their ... Read More
Hi warbern. Yes, you can lease any BMW for 24-months if you really want to. Of course, generally speaking the shorter your lease term is, the higher your monthly payment will be. The last time I saw them, BMW Financial Services' buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2012 X5 35D with 12,000 miles per year were .00145 and 59% for consumers who qualify ... Read More
Welcome to the board and hope I can help a little. (1) Your $64,645 MSRP must include a few other options? We bought a 2012 X5d with Premium, Sport Activity Package (19" wheels), running boards and BMW Apps. It had an MSRP of $63,875, as I recall. (2) You definitely have a lot more wiggle room in the price. The discounts you quoted should be subtracted AFTER the dealer discounts the ... Read More
Sure j335d. I didn't think that the 2013 diesel was out yet. BMW usually publishes a lease program prior to new models hitting the ground so that dealers can give consumers who order an idea of what their payments will be like. BMW Financial Services' November buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2012 X5d with 10,000 miles per year are...hmmm I'm not sure ... Read More
I don't think there is a 2013 X5d yet. Was just in my delaership and they have 2 remaining build slots for 2012 X5d and no information on the 2013, which may not be released until after the current redesign process is complete. When I go to BMW USA "Build your own" site, the X5i's are all 2013 model years, but the X5d still shows as a 2012. To answer your ... Read More
Hi Car_Man, I would like to know what the MF and residual are for the following: 2012 BMW X5 xDrive35d (36/10,000) 2013 BMW X5 xDrive35d (36/10,000) Also, what's a decent discount on this vehicle? I know BMW is offering $4500 Eco credit and $1500 holiday credit. Correct me if I'm wrong but the dealer gets reimbursed for these credits, right? So it's not like they're discounting the car. Thanks in advance ... Read More
Hello Car_Man, This is more than a bit embarrassing... I have been shopping to buy a 2012 X5 xDrive35d, and then I was presented a lease deal that seemed great. I signed on the dotted line only to find out I did not get a very good deal. Shame on me for not doing the investigation first. I ordered the car about a week ago with delivery expected at the end ... Read More
Thats a great deal, but not sure how you got to that bottom line. You've listed $8250 in credits; taking those off of the invoice would put you at $48,750, befor any "additional negotiating". Also did you lease or buy? The BMW website lists the holiday credit of $1,500 only for a lease, not a purchase.
MSRP $61, 345(or something like that) Started deductions at $57k invoice $4500 eco credit $1500 holiday credit $1000 usaa credit $750 BMW loyalty credit $500 BMW app credit $49875... Did some additional negotiating to get to a number I was happy with. Signed paper work and drove off happy as could be. Had another dealership competing for my business as well. Better deal won but had a great experience with both ... Read More
A friend of mine looking to replace his 2008 X5 4.8i came over Saturday to take a look at our 2012 X5d and we drove each others' vehicle to the dealership 15 miles away. I know the latest X5 5.0i is an upgrade in power from the 4.8i, but I was still surprised that the 2012 X5d feels every bit as powerful as the 4.8i at speeds that ranged from 20 ... Read More
What is the Holiday Credit for a 2012 X5 35d? Nothing, according to the BMW website and my dealer. But the $4,500 eco-credit keeps getting extended. So, as of right now, the net price of a X5d w/ $4,500 eco credit and a similarly equipped X5 3.5i w/ $1,500 holiday credit are almost identical. Which is still a lot better than the premium you pay for the diesel versions of the ... Read More
socal59, Just want to make clear that my suggested discount would be at least $13k, PLUS any other discounts or credits you qualify for. We got the $1,000 Olympic drive event credit from the summer; others are getting $750 loyalty discounts, BMW Apps drive credit (?), USAA insurance credits. Also didn't ask if that vehicle is exactly what you want, color wise an option wise. When we were shopping, several dealers ... Read More
Thank you, habitat1 and socal59! Your comments helped to confirm what I had been thinking. I am at discount of at least $13,000 for this vehicle (in light of the hail). I'll keep you posted.
You're not really getting a very good deal, you can almost get that discount on a vehicle without a bad carfax report and no damage. I personally wouldn't buy it if they gave me $15k off msrp.
I'll put in my "other posters" two cents. The vehicle you are considering would appear to have an invoice price of roughly $60,900; meaning about a $5,300 markup on the MSRP. There is a $4,500 eco-credit from BMW on top of that and you didn't indicate whether or not you qualify for any other credits or rebates (loyalty, drive events , USAA, etc). Let's assume you don't. I could order a ... Read More
Car_man and other posters, I am looking at leasing a 2012 BMW X5 diesel. MSRP is $66,195. The lease would be structured as a 36-month lease with 15,000 year (0.00145 MF; 54% residual). The car that I am looking at is a demo with 3,000 miles. The car was previously damaged by hail while sitting on the dealer's lot. While the car has been repaired, it nevertheless has a dirty carfax ... Read More
I think you can do better at BMW of Silver Spring than any northern Virginia dealer. I shopped them all - and PA, NC, NJ, DE - when we were shopping for our X5d which we ordered in late July and picked up in September. Your $63k MSRP looks like it would have an invoice price of $58,000 ($5k markup). I think you should be able to get it for $1k ... Read More
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Well as you can read a couple posts up we were interested in this, so now we have one. Or we will tomorrow. Painless process with a dealer in Northern Ohio. A little drive, but it makes the ride home in the new car all the better. Details: MSRP: $63745 Sell: $55540 Standard money factor and residual for $695 payment with tax (6%) and only first payment and fees due. Has ... Read More
Here you go 0audilicious0. BMW FS' October buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 X5 35d with 10,000 miles per year are .00135 and 57%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2013 X5 35i Premium are .00135 and 60%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Thanks, again, Car_man. I also would appreciate it if you could let me know what the September 2012 residuals and money factor are for a 2013 BMW X5 50i 36-month lease with 12,000 miles per year and 15,000 miles per year. Thanks!
Hi CarMan, I am about to take delivery of a custom ordered 2012 X5 D. Premium, Sport, 20"rims, Soft Close doors, Tech pkg, running boards. MSRP $66,845 Dealer Cost +300 profit +MACO ($380) = $56610. Using EcoCredit, BMW Apps/Loyalty for $1250. We've chosen to do a 36Mo Lease with 12K miles (also need 15K miles for comparison). Dealer is offering .00165 MF (says its nominal for profit) at 54% residual. Acquisition ... Read More
BMW of Towson. We ended up ordering from Silver Spring as they were.the only Maryland dealer that could still order a 2012 X5d to our specs. Picking it up at the performance delivery center Sept 5.
Hi nd_irish. BMW Financial Services' August buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 X5 50i with 12,000 miles per year are .00145 and 61%, respectively. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi Car_man, I would like to know what the August 2012 money factor and residual would be for a 2013 BMW X5 50i lease with 36 months and 12,000 miles per year. Thanks, again!
I'm not sure how adding $2,250 to the capital cost with premium sound and cold weather packages only adds a "few" dollars to the monthly lease. And, unless I'm mistaken, the multi-contour seats in the x5D are not a no-cost option, but something like $900. Which we tried out and did not like any more than the firmer, side bolster adjustable sport seats. Others may think the incremental $900 is worth ... Read More
Hi Car_man: here are the exact details of the deal that is on the table. Can you please tell me if its a good deal. Also, plz let me know if the residual, MF, incentives are going to get better in Aug. 2012 X5 diesel Premium Package Cold Weather Package Premium Sound Running boards MSRP: $63645 Invoice: $59100 Eco Credits: $4500 Drive for team USA: $1000 BMW Loyalty: $750 BMW Ultimate ... Read More
Hi snow26. the only cash incentive, other than the EcoCredit on diesels, that I am aware of on the X5 right now is $750 loyalty cash to consumers who finance or lease one through BMW Financial Services. I wouldn't be surprised in the least if your current X5 was worth more than its purchase option price. Used vehicle values in general are very strong right now (though this may change in ... Read More
Hi Carman: in addition to my earlier inquiry about an X5 lease, I wanted to know if I go for the X5 35d will I be allowed to combine all my incentives to get a very aggressive deal from my bmw dealer. He has agreed to discount the 2012 bmw 35d in the following ways. MSRP: 62145 Invoice: 57794 Eco credit:4500 Loyalty: 750 Drive for Team USA: 1000 I just graduated ... Read More
Mcabrera, On the price of the car, I think you could probably do a bit better. I figure invoice for a car with that much crap in it would be about $5600 below MSRP, so combined with your $6,250 in savings.....should be able to scrap out close to another $750. Even then, the dealer is still making money on you given the inflated bank fee. Last question I have is why ... Read More
Many thanks to everyone in allowing me to learn from your experience. I am picking up my vehicle tomorrow after negotiating for over two weeks. 2012 BMW x5 35d, Sports Activity Pkg, Premium Pkg, Tech Pkg, Premium Sound Pkg, 20" Rims, Running Boards with BMW apps for $57,836. MSRP 68,895. Was able to apply the $4,500 ECO credit, $1,000 USAA credit and a $750 BMW loyalty rebate. Lease payments came to ... Read More
Car_man Regarding MF, could you please explain the following: bmwusa.com offer (straight from their website) for a 2012 X5 35d lease for 569/mo for 36 months and 4500 Eco Credit has the following data in fine print: Term - 36 mo Monthly payment - 569/mo MSRP - 57595 Residual - 32829 (57%) Eco Credit - 4500 off MSRP Down Payment - 2500 Tax not included Due at signing: 3794 comprised of: ... Read More
Nsada, This was the last diesel 2012 the dealer had in inventory, so it's pointless to give you the name. They applied some $500 rebate from BMW that I had no idea what it was, however, it required that I have super elite credit from all 3 agencies (740+). The salesperson respected my comprehensive understanding of the figures and this helped him cut through the gimmicks and focused on just whether ... Read More
Here you go alexkoper. BMW Financial Services' July buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2012 X5 35d with 15,000 miles per year are .00145 and 60%. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36-month lease are .00145 and 54%. I don't think that the 2013 X5 diesel is available yet. There is a $4,500 credit on the 2012 model. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying ... Read More
Here you go nsada. Through July 9th, BMW Financial Services' buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 X5 35d with 12,000 miles per year are .00185 and 58%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. I haven't seen the lease program for the 2013 X5 diesel yet. Perhaps it will come out in the new July program. Car_man Host Prices ... Read More
The following statement is patently wrong. "3- The gas efficiency gained by diesel engine is mostly offset by the high price of diesel at the pump. if gas and diesel cost the same, Oil companies will sell less diesel because diesel cars have more efficient engines. So to maximize their profit and fear of cannibalization "The negative impact of a company's new product Diesel on the sales performance of its existing ... Read More
Re 1. 1. Your theory is based on an assertion that it costs the same for BMW to make a diesel engine X5 as it does to make a gas engine version. Not sure I buy that assertion. 2. Time will tell, but there are hints that residual values for diesels are higher than similar gas versions, thus valuations at resale may favor diesels over gas engines. This may be especially ... Read More
Yall gotta tighten your talk game up, i got my 2012 x5 35d premium pkg, tech pkg, convience pkg, cold weather pkg, SPORT pkg, running boards, front rear and side cameras, 20 in honeycomb wheels, with bmw apps for 56,100. Msrp 68,980. Such a good deal i live in nc and bought in illinois. Oh yeah also has heads up display. The service and parts guys say they hardly ever see ... Read More
New to the board got this offer for a BMW X5 can someoone tell me if i have any more wiggle room?? Plesae view lease option below: The eco credit is factored into the deal already. This car has the following packages and options, Cold weather, Premiun packages, running board, BMW Apps. MSRP: $62,545 Discount price: $54,700 Money Factor: .00185 Residual: .59 Term: 36 months Monthly Payment: $569 Due at Signing: ... Read More
Went to Prestige BMW in Mahwah, NJ today and got the following offer. Would like to know if this is a good deal. 2012 X5 xDrive 35d Space Gray Metallic Black Nevada Leather Dark Burl Walnut Wood Trim Sport Activity Package 20" Light Alloy Y-spoke Wheels Style 214 with Performance Run-Flat Tires Navigation System Running Boards Destination & Handling MSRP $62,945 Negotiated Price After Eco-Credit $53,625 $2,000 Due at Signing Monthly ... Read More
12k miles 58% and 0.00185. Same as May numbers. Eco credit bumped to $4500.
Please help, looking to lease a 2012 BMW x5 diesel. Need to know the money factor and residual rate for June. THANKS
Edmunds has all of the invoice pricing! See the link... 2012 BMW X5
Hi guys, I never post (and feel guilty about it as I always look at others' postings!), so it's my time to "give back". I just did a deal (in TX) for a new 2012 BMW X5 35d (struggled over whether to go 35i vs 35d - extra acceleration and a bit quieter vs "tried and true" diesel...hope I don't regret?? love feedback on this). Had 3 dealers competing. After much ... Read More
Just bought 2012 X5 35i, w/ leather, convenience pkg, Nav and heated seats fron Nick Alexander in Los Angeles. It was hands down, the best experience I've had purchasing a vehicle. I dealt with Internet sales manager (Brian) over the email first. He was very cordial, professional, respectful and very patient. Went to see him over the weekend. Gave me a deal I couldn't refuse. MSRP 54,345, paid $48,000. He threw ... Read More
Hey raschroe. The money factor for the 2012 X5 is still .00190 in May for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. The number that you were told is incorrect. I wouldn't say that dealers make a killing on vehicles that or sold at invoice, or that they could even keep the doors open if they sold all of their vehicles at that price, but given the back-end money that ... Read More
Hi Car_Man, Thank you for the 2013 lease information. Is it typical for the residual to be the same for both the 2012 model and 2013 model? I seem to recall Mercedes had slightly better residuals if you went with the newer model year. Also, do you know if invoice pricing for the 2013 BMW X5 is available? I was able to locate list pricing only and want to ensure I ... Read More
You're very welcome gigisf. I guess that's why I couldn't find any info on the '12 diesel :). BMW Financial Services' March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 X5 diesel with 15,000 miles per year are .00185 and 56%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Certainly hopefall. BMW Financial Services' May buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 X5 Base with 15,000 miles per year are .00190 and 57%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a Premium are .00190 and 59%. The diesel numbers are .00185 and 56% (2012 model). Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & ... Read More
Help! I am trying to lease a 2012 X5 diesel. MSRP is $61,645 with Premium Package, BMW Aps, Running Boards, and destination $895. My first question is what should I be paying to purchase this X5? I have been quoted a residual of .59 and a money factor of .00185 and .00225 for a lease. I know there is a Eco credit of $2500, should the dealer include this in their ... Read More
Thank you, Car_man. I checked and the 2013 diesel does not come out till later in the year, so the car the dealer quoted is the 2012 X5 diesel. Do you by any chance have the residual and money factor for that? Thanks so much for your help. I love this forum and find your answers very helpful.
Hi gatr7. BMW Financial Services' March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 X5 xDrive50 with 15,000 miles per year are .00195 and 61%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2012 X5 M are .00195 and 54%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi rexx08. BMW Financial Services' April buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a base 2012 X5 xDrive35i with 12,000 miles per year are .00190 and 59%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a base 2013 X5 xDrive35i are .00190 and 59%. The residual values for leases with only 10,000 miles per year ... Read More
Hi gigisf. The money factor that you were quoted for the 2013 X5 looks a little high. I haven't seen the exact factor for the diesel yet, but the buy rate for all other 203 X5 models is currently .00195 for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. Having said that, the selling price that you were quoted for this truck looks pretty good, specially considering it's not even available ... Read More
Hi alexkoper. BMW Financial Services' March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 X5 xDrive35d with 12,000 miles per year are .00185 and 58%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. The residual value for a lease with 15,000 miles per year would be 2% lower. What else would you do with the Eco Credit if you didn't use it ... Read More
I LEASED A 2012 BMW X5 35D WITH SPORT ACTIVITY, PREMIUM & RUNNING BOARDS. MSRP IS $63,595. DEALER GAVE ME OFF $3245 PLUS $3500 ECO CREDIT. SELLING PRICE IS $56,850. I MY PUTTING DOWN $5789.12. MY LEASE FOR 36 MTHS WITH 15K MILES PER YEAR IS $700.87 MTHLY.
What are the residual (10,000 and 12,000/year) and money factor leasing rates for 2012 and 2013 X5 xDrive35i 4dr SUV? Also, what is the savings if you provide multimonth security deposits? Also, what is the current BMW lease acquisition fee? Are there any cap reduction incentives for April? Many thanks!!!
CARS.COM SHOWS 2012 BMW X5 35D RESIDUAL AT 56% AT 2 YEARS AND 46% AT THREE. WHY DOES BMW ON THEIR LEASE SHOW THE VEHICLE SHOULD HAVE A RESIDUAL AT THREE YEARS AT 56%? THAT IS A 10% DIFFERENCE. WHICH IS PROBABLY MORE CORRECT?
I HAVE PLACED A ORDER FOR A 2012 BMW X5 xDrive 35d. THE MSRP IS $63,595. IT INCLUDES THE SPORT ACTIVITY & PREMIUM PKG PLUS RUNNING BOARDS. THE SELL PRICE THEY GAVE ME WAS $58,579. IS THAT A GOOD DEAL? TO KEEP MY PAYMENTS AT ABOUT $700 A MONTH, HE SAID I WOULD HAVE TO PUT DOWN $5789.12. I READ THAT IS NOT A GOOD IDEA. IF I DO THESE MSD'S, ... Read More
Hi Carman, We are going to lease two cars one 2013 X5 diesel and one 328i Sport line for 36 months at 10,000 miles per year. We got the following offer from from a local dealer. Is this a good deal? If not, could you give us some pointers what would make it good? Thank you sooooo much for your assistance. We need to make a decision over the next couple ... Read More
Thanks for your reply. I am female. I think I will go for the platinum grey since I want black seats. Don't think the bronze would go with the black seats. You think it will? I see you love your car and I am really looking forward to getting my first BMW.
I just ordered a 2013 X5. My dealer is quoting a money factor of .0023 for a 10,000 mph 36 month lease with 65% residual. I asked him to see if he could do any better, since I am seeing .0019 online and he came back with the same (0023) rate. Is there an official BMW FS rate that I could find somewhere or can he just charge whatever rate he ... Read More
I'm glad that you find it so helpful, rana535ix. BMW Financial Services current buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 X5 35i Premium with 15,000 miles per year are .00195 and 59%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a Sports Activity are .00195 and 58%. BMW is not currently providing any ... Read More
Hey nd_irish. sorry for the delay in my response...I was away last week. BMW Financial Services' April buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 X5 35i Premium with 12,000 miles per year are .00190 and 61%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. The numbers for an otherwise identical lease of a 2013 model are .00190 and 61%...interestingly exactly the ... Read More
Here you go nd_irish. BMW Financial Services' March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2012 X5 35i Premium with 12,000 miles per year are .00195 and 61%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. I don't believe that BMW is currently providing any cash incentives on this model. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
@ carman, Hi, Please confirm my #'s I got from my Massachusetts BMW store, I'm very interested in geting this truck, the pros and cons: better value or (much) better engine. 2012 BMW X5 Diesel SUV 36/15k – Residual 56% .00185 M.F. April-$3.5k credit can be used for leasing ? that would be great! to offset the lower residual. 2012 BMW X5 50i SUV 36/15k – Residual 61% .00190 M.F. Incredible ... Read More
I just bought a month back 2011 model. It was a celebrity demo model used by dealer. MSRP approximately 64k. Based on experience I feel That with all the discounts, u should definitely pay 10k less and on top Of that another 2k to 5k less depending how long the car is sitting in The lot. I miight have been lucky coz I found 2011 when the dealer was selling 2012 ... Read More
Hi Car_man, I would like to know what the April 2012 money factor and residual would be for both a 2012 and 2013 BMW X5 35i Premium lease with 36 months and 12,000 miles per year. Thanks, again!
Hi Car_Man, I would like to know the March money factor and residual for a 2012 BMW X5 35i Premium lease with 36 months and 12,000 miles per year. Also, are there any new incentives for March? Thank you!
Good question. Beyond new car smell -- actually producing nausea, dizziness. Not mold or mildew. Dealer wanted modest amount to offer replacement, but my wife had lost confidence. Regardless, dealer would not test vehicle under similar circumstances.
"Therefore, if I can impose on you further, what would be a reasonable expectation for what I can negotiate and, after all that, is the deal even good or will the next 6 mos bring better deals that someone like me will not have to work so hard for?" You asked two questions. First, will there be better incentives six months in the future? We're in late February now and you're ... Read More
Are we talking "out-gassing" of material/plastics (new car smell) or mould/mildew odor..?
My wife had to return a new RX450H. Cabin integrity compromised with burning, fumes -- she was sick, our son quick. OUr contractor at home sampled car and said, "How can anyone breathe in this?" Dealer found no problem but refused to replicate driving conditions -- long drive followed by steep climb to our home in Santa Monica Mountains. We paid dealer $5000 to get out of lease and expected Toyota ... Read More
While I would NEVER buy any BMW, in a comparison with the RX for wintertime adverse roadbed conditions I would ALWAYS choose the R/awd X5. Open the door to other marques and the Porsche Cayenne wins.
I'll admit my bias right upfront.. I am in love with the BMW maintenance plan.. For four years, you just drop the car off and never pay a dime... While the Lexus may be cheaper to maintain and repair over 8-10 years, that is a long time to drive your second choice.. (and, given the four year head start on maintenance with the BMW, that isn't a given).. I tend to ... Read More
All: This is our first adventure into the luxury vehicle market and have narrowed our choices down to the BMW x5 and the Lexus RX350. In truth, we like the X5 better, but do have concerns about overall maintenance charges after the initial warranties. We tend to keep our cars for 10+ years, so interested in any insight regarding past experiences comparing these 2 on what we can expect from charges. ... Read More
Hey asteinberg. According to the latest information that I have seen, BMW Financial Services' February buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a base 2012 X5 35i with 15,000 miles per year are .00195 and 57%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tiers. The residual value for a lease with only 12,000 miles per year would be 2% higher. BMW is not ... Read More
I cannot get upto $6000 or more discount as other people here have posted, specially from CA dealerships. So to me this is a steal of a deal. You are getting a fully loaded X5 Sport Activity for more than 3 years left on warranty for only $53500. Just see how much it would cost You to buy the new one and compare from there. Good luck. Thank You.
Sales BMW of North America, LLC, January 2012 Jan '12 Jan '11 % YTD Jan '12 YTD Jan '11 % 1 Series 422 501 -15.8% 422 501 -15.8% 3 Series 6,698 5,763 16.2% 6,698 5,763 16.2% Z4 104 112 -7.1% 104 112 -7.1% 5 Series 3,216 4,350 -26.1% 3,216 4,350 -26.1% 6 Series 409 83 392.8% 409 83 392.8% 7 Series 977 626 56.1% 977 626 56.1% BMW passenger cars 11,826 ... Read More
2012 BMW X5 Vehicle Price - $ 59,895.00 Discount - $4,000 Total Selling Price - $55,895 Tax + Title + $ 55,895 = $ 59,781.45 Special Offer Lease X5 Cash Due - $ 7,400 10,000 miles = 36 months Monthly payment - $ 679 Is this a good price to take ? Thanks
hello, could you share with me the dealship name and saleperson name? thanks in advance.
Can you share the name of Socal Dealers who sell at Invoice. if you have specific sales person name, that woudl really helpful. I have seen deals for Invoice + $500/-, nothign at Invoice.
I bought from Wide World BMW - Spring Valley - NY and they gave me for the exact price what they quoted on True Car certificate. The doc fee in NY is also a fixed $75.
You're right that ordering can be better for a dealer in several ways. All BMWs are made to order and BMW's production process is completely built around custom ordering (roughly 80% by the end customer and about 20% by dealers.) It's pretty much the norm for them. A dealer doesn't mind placing an order because it's a guaranteed sale and they know you'll be anxious to pick up your new car ... Read More
I agree with your a comments. You can at certain Socal dealers get the X5 at invoice price less any specials etc.....this way you have a new vehicle and full warranty......
This is a not a good deal at all. Typically, a good deal on a new X5 is invoice minus all the credits available. I suspect that the figure you are quoting is similar to that figure except that this car is used and hence has depreciated. Try configuring the car with kbb.com - dealer trade in value (best condition minus one step) + $1000. In my estimate that should be ... Read More
Looks like BMW pulled out the 1730 navigation credit. Any insight in to what incentives are comming for Feb 2012? By the way when is the 2013 X5 suppose to start selling?
I am new to this forum, I appreciate your suggestions. I have an offer of BMW X5 X Drive 35i, Model yr 2012 for $ 53500 from BMW dealer.Car fax is clean, Service record shows no issue. It was leased. It has new warranty (No COP) Service In date: 05/23/2011 Miles: 8500 Packages: Active Vent Seat Pakg Conv Pkg Cold Pkg Premium Sound Pkg Tech Pkg Running Boards BMW Apps Side ... Read More
Always go with Zero down. Do not pay any upfront money when leasing. You will not get your money back if your vehicle get totaled. Yes you will reduce your monthly payment but it is not wise thing to do.Do this instead, There is a program run by BMW I forgot the name or term for it ( may be abmwfan or Host or members can help ) where you put ... Read More
Hi, Pl. let me know if this is good to go through FOR 2012 x5 50 36 month, 20000 miles/year MSRP - $69195 (options: Tech package, running boards, bmw app). The model comes with the premium pkg (which is standard that includes navigation etc., ) Cap cost - $64775. The dealer said it's just $500 above invoice and I was send to the manager through some recommendation. money factor - 0.00195 ... Read More
Hi, I hired a auto consultant and they gave me these numbers for a new 2012 bmw x5 sport activity lease (these numbers are before any negotiation , so all based on MSRP). I tried running these with my own calculations I have or online calculators and many things don't match, such as Cap cost (this should be based on MSRP, and Interest Rate is 1.95??? So is really the money ... Read More
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ShortyRock32, I confirmed with my dealer that owner loyalty is no longer available, but don't be too disappointed about missing the Nov/Dec BMW sales event and owner loyalty. ("I think I may have missed the boat, great deals were happening last month.") That's because sometimes you can still end up with close to the same lease payment or even better after the promotions end. The sales event that ended January 3rd ... Read More
Hi All! I think I may have missed the boat, great deals were happening last month. I stopped into a dealership yesterday inquiring about leasing a 2012 x5 35i, but was told really no difference in the leasing deals. These cars don't seem to be sitting at dealerships and have to be ordered, which waiting a few weeks is not a problem for me. BMW is advertising lease specials for x5 ... Read More
You're very welcome alexkoper. Options don't directly affect your vehicle's residual values, but its trim level does. The residuals for the base, Premium, and Sport X5 models are all slightly different. Your assessment of the current programs is spot on...they definitely were better in December than they are now. It's difficult to say what BMW's future incentives will be like, but I doubt that they'll be much worse than the current ... Read More
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