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ProcyonB
09-30-2004, 12:09 PM
$42,495 MSRP, -$2540 ED = $39955. Pricing went down about $2500 on the MSRP (I priced out an equally loaded 2004 for comparison). Awesome. :thumbup:

mrbelk
09-30-2004, 12:51 PM
$42,495 MSRP, -$2540 ED = $39955. Pricing went down about $2500 on the MSRP (I priced out an equally loaded 2004 for comparison). Awesome. :thumbup:

Did you not negotiate up from ED invoice? I worked up a pretty loaded X3 3.0 (Premium, Cold Weather, NAV, Xenon, Privacy Glass, Cargo Net, Metallic Paint, Servotronic...it's for the wife) and the US MSRP, including destination, worked out to be 43,370; ED MSRP is 40,830; and ED Invoice + 5% (the same deal I got on my ED 545) is 38,761.

I gotta say that I'm pumped about the trim changes for the X3 and the 3.0 in particular. I loved the X3 before, and I think when I see an '05 X3 that I'll be even more pumped about the trip.

Here's hoping that the new inline 6's make it into the mid-year production cycle.

-MrB

ProcyonB
09-30-2004, 01:00 PM
Did you not negotiate up from ED invoice? I worked up a pretty loaded X3 3.0 (Premium, Cold Weather, NAV, Xenon, Privacy Glass, Cargo Net, Metallic Paint, Servotronic...it's for the wife) and the US MSRP, including destination, worked out to be 43,370; ED MSRP is 40,830; and ED Invoice + 5% (the same deal I got on my ED 545) is 38,761.

I gotta say that I'm pumped about the trim changes for the X3 and the 3.0 in particular. I loved the X3 before, and I think when I see an '05 X3 that I'll be even more pumped about the trip.

Here's hoping that the new inline 6's make it into the mid-year production cycle.

-MrB

No I bought a '04 X3 for just a hair over invoice already, it was part of the 2:1 deal I worked out. I guess keep in mind that if the person I am working with is nice I don't bother "beating" them up much.