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DBV
05-04-2010, 08:01 PM
Hello - dealer is offering a 2010 535xi loaner, with MSRP 56,875k for $42,500 and 2.9% financing for 60 months. Loaner has around 8,000 miles on it. Is this considered a good deal? Thanks!

BMWofBloomfield
05-04-2010, 08:24 PM
Sounds like about $4K under invoice AFTER the $6K buildout cash. Someone is going to say it's not but, $0.50/mi is a good deal in my book.

dpritchett
05-05-2010, 08:35 AM
Sounds like about $4K under invoice AFTER the $6K buildout cash. Someone is going to say it's not but, $0.50/mi is a good deal in my book.

Negotiate ... if they offer $42,500 they will take less if they really want to get rid of the car. It is used, and if its a loaner, those 8000 miles could be hard ones.

specialist23
05-05-2010, 08:42 AM
is this your first bmw? if not, i'm assuming you've had loaners before? would you want to buy a car that has been "loaned"?

if this is not a concern of yours, then yeah it's a decent price but for me they'd have to go much lower than that for me to purchase a loaner. but that's just me for my peace of mind.

DBV
05-06-2010, 11:02 AM
No - I currently have a 2008 BMW 535xi and I leased it from the loaner inventory last time and it has been fine. I wonder how much more money I can get off it?

mleerob
05-06-2010, 02:22 PM
Do you prefer the xi over the i ?
Would you prefer a Sport?
Does it have all the options and is the color what you want?

DBV
05-06-2010, 02:45 PM
Yes, prefer an xi and it is the color and has the options I like.

mleerob
05-06-2010, 02:50 PM
is this your first bmw? if not, i'm assuming you've had loaners before? would you want to buy a car that has been "loaned"?

if this is not a concern of yours, then yeah it's a decent price but for me they'd have to go much lower than that for me to purchase a loaner. but that's just me for my peace of mind.

These cars are typically sold as CPO cars.
Loaners, with hard miles. They can still be CPO cars.

bimmerguyjoey
05-06-2010, 03:14 PM
These cars are typically sold as CPO cars.
Loaners, with hard miles. They can still be CPO cars.

Can we buy the certified BMW warranty or maintenance program if we buy from private party? Or only if we buy from BMW dealer?

mleerob
05-06-2010, 03:25 PM
Can we buy the certified BMW warranty or maintenance program if we buy from private party? Or only if we buy from BMW dealer?

Buy if from anyone. Does not have to be a dealer.
Up to 50K miles, it's all covered.

Jack Stefano
05-06-2010, 06:14 PM
Hello - dealer is offering a 2010 535xi loaner, with MSRP 56,875k for $42,500 and 2.9% financing for 60 months. Loaner has around 8,000 miles on it. Is this considered a good deal? Thanks!

Do it. I bought my wife's CLS550 as a loaner. 50k miles later it's still a great car. Get them down about $2k lower and you'll have yourself a very good deal.

Nube1kenobi
05-06-2010, 07:58 PM
Hello - dealer is offering a 2010 535xi loaner, with MSRP 56,875k for $42,500 and 2.9% financing for 60 months. Loaner has around 8,000 miles on it. Is this considered a good deal? Thanks!

My experience with loaners are that they are normally pretty basic and hardly no options on them. Is this the same? If not, how is it equipped? Kinda hard to opine when we do not have all the info. BTW HDP 10/120 warranty covers this MY now, effective 5/2010; I'm sure you are familiar with that now...

OKC
05-07-2010, 02:53 PM
"Do it. I bought my wife's CLS550 as a loaner. 50k miles later it's still a great car. Get them down about $2k lower and you'll have yourself a very good deal."

WHERE IN THE HELL (OR SHOULD I SAY HEAVEN) DO YOU GET A CLS550 AS A LOANER?!? Sorry I just don't buy that BS. I bet it was a managers car, but not a loaner. Most MB dealers don't even have loaners anymore, they use rental car companies and when they did they were all C classes.