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schley
03-19-2007, 11:17 PM
K take ED and drive to scotland! When it arrives back, I will take PCD and drive to myrtle beach and golf again.

Then swapalease or leasetrader and send in and get back my bmwcca 500 rebate.

Only option is navigation and no cost option steptronic, and nothing else. I ideally I would like to have someone assume it in SC when we are finished golfing.

500 total dealer profit (300 over invoice, 200 markup on acquistion fee) buy rate and I think the MF will go lower than .002 that it is now. I would predict about .0015 by summer. The residual is always strong. Doing 2/10k a year.

I'm also going to maybe be "moving" to oregon so I am done with sales tax. Payment 335.80

http://www.autoleaseadvisers.com/calc/calc.php?PHPSESSID=909d7b6ceecf191fa3f24c53a114c7d 1&MSRP=40575&cap_cost=35150&acq_fee=825&cap_reduction=0&res_percent=78&term=24&money_factor=.00230&sec_deposit=0&use_tax=0&license=&stage=1&submit=Continue

Sounds great to me any comments?

kyfdx
03-20-2007, 07:18 AM
K take ED and drive to scotland! When it arrives back, I will take PCD and drive to myrtle beach and golf again.

Then swapalease or leasetrader and send in and get back my bmwcca 500 rebate.

Only option is navigation and no cost option steptronic, and nothing else. I ideally I would like to have someone assume it in SC when we are finished golfing.

500 total dealer profit (300 over invoice, 200 markup on acquistion fee) buy rate and I think the MF will go lower than .002 that it is now. I would predict about .0015 by summer. The residual is always strong. Doing 2/10k a year.

I'm also going to maybe be "moving" to oregon so I am done with sales tax. Payment 335.80

http://www.autoleaseadvisers.com/calc/calc.php?PHPSESSID=909d7b6ceecf191fa3f24c53a114c7d 1&MSRP=40575&cap_cost=35150&acq_fee=825&cap_reduction=0&res_percent=78&term=24&money_factor=.00230&sec_deposit=0&use_tax=0&license=&stage=1&submit=Continue

Sounds great to me any comments?

Sounds like a plan... but..

Who is going to want a no-option car?

Drop about $4K in options on it.... Sure, it'll add $60/mo. to the price, but that will only be about an extra $300 out of your pocket... You'll have a lot easier time moving a nicely equipped X3 at $395/mo., than a stripped model at $335/mo.

You can get to Hilton Head about as quick as Myrtle Beach from PCD.. In case you are inclined.. It is very nice there. Golf might be a little more expensive..

Patrick
03-20-2007, 07:25 AM
Who is K?


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schley
03-20-2007, 08:32 AM
Sounds like a plan... but..

Who is going to want a no-option car?

Drop about $4K in options on it.... Sure, it'll add $60/mo. to the price, but that will only be about an extra $300 out of your pocket... You'll have a lot easier time moving a nicely equipped X3 at $395/mo., than a stripped model at $335/mo.

You can get to Hilton Head about as quick as Myrtle Beach from PCD.. In case you are inclined.. It is very nice there. Golf might be a little more expensive..

Yes I'm inclined to go that way and add a few options. This would be the baseline and only go up from there. The other option is doing a 5 series which have great lease rates as well and bluetooth and idrive standard.

schley
03-20-2007, 09:11 AM
http://www.autoleaseadvisers.com/calc/calc.php?MSRP=45075&cap_cost=39155&acq_fee=825&cap_reduction=&res_percent=78&term=24&money_factor=.0023&sec_deposit=&use_tax=0&license=&stage=1&submit=Continue

added standard paint
premium
xenons
nav
heated seats and steering wheel
steptronic

ED/PCD
300 over invoice
200 markup on acquistion fee
buy rate
NO security deposits (present bmwfs customer)
2/10k
373.71

kyfdx
03-20-2007, 03:00 PM
http://www.autoleaseadvisers.com/calc/calc.php?MSRP=45075&cap_cost=39155&acq_fee=825&cap_reduction=&res_percent=78&term=24&money_factor=.0023&sec_deposit=&use_tax=0&license=&stage=1&submit=Continue

added standard paint
premium
xenons
nav
heated seats and steering wheel
steptronic

ED/PCD
300 over invoice
200 markup on acquistion fee
buy rate
NO security deposits (present bmwfs customer)
2/10k
373.71

Cool.. maybe I could pick MY options.. since, I'm buying it? lol

schley
03-20-2007, 11:34 PM
Cool.. maybe I could pick MY options.. since, I'm buying it? lol

I'll even drive it to you in Kentucky and fly out from there for you. Just let me know as I only want it for a car and the 2 golfing and delivery experiences.

kyfdx
03-21-2007, 07:36 AM
I'll even drive it to you in Kentucky and fly out from there for you. Just let me know as I only want it for a car and the 2 golfing and delivery experiences.

Great.. I only live 15 minutes from CVG..

Anyway, I thought of a snag... Just like you can't transfer a lease in the last six months, I've heard that you can't transfer it in the 1st six months, either...

Now, you and I being close friends, we could work something out.... but, with a total stranger?

Whaddaya think?