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c0r8b73
05-06-2010, 08:25 AM
Dealer has 07 550 CPI car has only few options - only Step, Cold weather.. 33k miles. clean. Dealer is asking for
$32,900. What's a good price to negotiate to?

3Series
05-06-2010, 08:47 AM
I paid $100 more for an 06 550i in summer 2008. Options include sport, cold weather and logic 7. It had 17 or 18k miles. It now has 26k miles.

GoRavens
05-06-2010, 09:24 AM
Dealer has 07 550 CPI car has only few options - only Step, Cold weather.. 33k miles. clean. Dealer is asking for
$32,900. What's a good price to negotiate to?

The price is too high. What is the in service date?? This is a big factor.

I picked my CPO '07 550i up last January and it is almost 100% loaded. Only missing the Heads Up Display and Power Shades. I got it for $30,600... after BMW picked up the first two payments. 0.9% fin. for 5 years through BMW. Car had 48K miles.

I would really miss the Logic 7 and comfort access if it did not have those options. I would pass on the car..... no sport package either??

jbehler
05-06-2010, 09:48 AM
The price is too high. What is the in service date?? This is a big factor.

I picked my CPO '07 550i up last January and it is almost 100% loaded. Only missing the Heads Up Display and Power Shades. I got it for $30,600... after BMW picked up the first two payments. 0.9% fin. for 5 years through BMW. Car had 48K miles.

I would really miss the Logic 7 and comfort access if it did not have those options. I would pass on the car..... no sport package either??

wow...you guys got soem solid deals. I picked up my '05 545i in Oct '08 for $31K with 24K miles and thought I got a good deal. Should have waited a bit longer I guess.

c0r8b73
05-06-2010, 10:05 AM
In service date is March 07 so car is about 3 years old. I figure about $30k is tops of what i should pay considering no sports/nav packages.

What do you guys think?

Ralph III
05-06-2010, 10:23 AM
Dealer has 07 550 CPI car has only few options - only Step, Cold weather.. 33k miles. clean. Dealer is asking for
$32,900. What's a good price to negotiate to?

We test drove one in Mobile, asking the same price, but with many options. It had 35k and I think they ended up letting it go just over $31k. Excellent deal BTW.

It sounds like a good deal to me but search BMW-USA for that vehicle to see what other dealerships are asking. You can also go to Autotrader.

Make an offer and go from there!

mleerob
05-06-2010, 11:40 AM
We test drove one in Mobile, asking the same price, but with many options. It had 35k and I think they ended up letting it go just over $31k. Excellent deal BTW.

It sounds like a good deal to me but search BMW-USA for that vehicle to see what other dealerships are asking. You can also go to Autotrader.
Make an offer and go from there!

That is how I found my car.
Autotrader.com
The good cars with the options sell quickly.
Took me 2 weeks of har target searching a 300 mile R.