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rting
04-04-2004, 06:02 PM
Any thoughts on discount which I may be able to actually get. C$3,200 (US$2,441 approx.) discount from the MSRP of C$75,395 (US$57,514 aprox.) was one of the indication I got from a dealer. Should I negotiate more?

The above price includes delivery/destination but before sales taxes. What discount from MSRP or what price over invoice did you pay?

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Roger
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Buying a 2004 BMW X5 4.4i ... really soon

'Cane
04-05-2004, 01:12 PM
Any thoughts on discount which I may be able to actually get. C$3,200 (US$2,441 approx.) discount from the MSRP of C$75,395 (US$57,514 aprox.) was one of the indication I got from a dealer. Should I negotiate more?

The above price includes delivery/destination but before sales taxes. What discount from MSRP or what price over invoice did you pay?

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Roger
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Buying a 2004 BMW X5 4.4i ... really soon


That sounds like a good number. We are not moving off MSRP too much. I delivered one yesterday for $1100 off list.

rting
04-05-2004, 01:53 PM
That sounds like a good number. We are not moving off MSRP too much. I delivered one yesterday for $1100 off list.

You are in Florida I suppose? I saw the following:

http://bimmer.roadfly.org/bmw/forums/e53/4907504-1.html

Not sure if the "decline" in sales figures or they are simply making fewer X5's ... here in Vancouver, the sales people I dealt with so far are more focus on closing the deal now rather than asnwering specific product questions / replying. :( They seems to think a sale should go through in 3 days or less. I would be quicker if BMW have more reliable products - NOT that they are any worst than the competitors however.