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loughd1 08-16-2006 07:05 PM

If You Leased Your 335i Post Your Monthly Payments Here
 
Include Mf--residual-down Payment

trick50 08-19-2006 11:34 PM

335i $40,600
Steptronic $1,275
Paddles $100
Navigation $2,100
Bluetooth $750
Met. Paint $475
Cold Pckg. $750
Sport Pckg. $1,000
Destination + Handling $695
Total MSRP $47745
Discount from MSRP -1200
Total Paid $46545

Money Factor .0020
36/Month 12K/Year Residual value 60%

Monthly payment $647.55

Due at signing
First Payment 647.55
Sec. Deposit 700.00
Bank Fee 678.91
Sales Tax 2010.64
Inspection 45.00
Processing 45.00
Registration 70.00

Total $4197.10
Less Deposit-1000
Balance Due on Delivery $3197.10

Please Note:
A. I am in New York and Taxes here suck!!
B. I ordered the car a few days ago 30 days to build 30 days to ship
C. The dealer anticipates that by the time my car is in, the residual number should increase by 1 or 2 points if that does happen the payments will be
61% Residual (1point) $635.25
62% Residual (2point) $622.93

Good luck
Hope this helps you

zibawala 08-20-2006 07:21 PM

How to calculate lease 12K miles/36 months?

Lance 08-20-2006 08:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trick50 (Post 1873537)
335i $40,600
Steptronic $1,275
Paddles $100
Navigation $2,100
Bluetooth $750
Met. Paint $475
Cold Pckg. $750
Sport Pckg. $1,000
Destination + Handling $695
Total MSRP $47745
Discount from MSRP -1200
Total Paid $46545

Money Factor .0020
36/Month 12K/Year Residual value 60%

Monthly payment $647.55

Due at signing
First Payment 647.55
Sec. Deposit 700.00
Bank Fee 678.91
Sales Tax 2010.64
Inspection 45.00
Processing 45.00
Registration 70.00

Total $4197.10
Less Deposit-1000
Balance Due on Delivery $3197.10

Please Note:
A. I am in New York and Taxes here suck!!
B. I ordered the car a few days ago 30 days to build 30 days to ship
C. The dealer anticipates that by the time my car is in, the residual number should increase by 1 or 2 points if that does happen the payments will be
61% Residual (1point) $635.25
62% Residual (2point) $622.93

Good luck
Hope this helps you

Just out of curiosity, what are your taxes?

Thanks,
Lance

trick50 08-20-2006 09:08 PM

8.6250%:thumbdwn:

bmwexecutive 08-20-2006 10:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trick50 (Post 1873537)
335i $40,600
Steptronic $1,275
Paddles $100
Navigation $2,100
Bluetooth $750
Met. Paint $475
Cold Pckg. $750
Sport Pckg. $1,000
Destination + Handling $695
Total MSRP $47745
Discount from MSRP -1200
Total Paid $46545

Money Factor .0020
36/Month 12K/Year Residual value 60%

Monthly payment $647.55

Due at signing
First Payment 647.55
Sec. Deposit 700.00
Bank Fee 678.91
Sales Tax 2010.64
Inspection 45.00
Processing 45.00
Registration 70.00

Total $4197.10
Less Deposit-1000
Balance Due on Delivery $3197.10

Please Note:
A. I am in New York and Taxes here suck!!
B. I ordered the car a few days ago 30 days to build 30 days to ship
C. The dealer anticipates that by the time my car is in, the residual number should increase by 1 or 2 points if that does happen the payments will be
61% Residual (1point) $635.25
62% Residual (2point) $622.93

Good luck
Hope this helps you

Wow, my 330i's MSRP is just $1,000 less than your 335i. My 330i's MSRP is $46,865.

grinder82 08-20-2006 11:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trick50 (Post 1873537)
Discount from MSRP -1200

Wow! That's a great deal considering that it's a lease and a brand new model that hasn't even come out yet; usually dealer's won't give any discount off MSRP for leases on new models.

Anybody in the so cal area get this kind of deal or anything off MSRP for non-ED lease on the 335i? If I could get this kind of deal, I may reconsider doing an ED.

Lance 08-21-2006 06:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by trick50 (Post 1874669)
8.6250%:thumbdwn:

HA,.. 9.9% here!!
:thumbdwn: :thumbdwn:

trick50 08-21-2006 10:12 AM

Before negotiating they were will to take 500 off the msrp...without me even asking...
I told him that another dealer was willing to take off 1200 and if he could match that I would sign with him...

He went to speak to the sales manager, came back in less than 2 minutes...and we had a deal..I probably could have had him take off more...but I messed up oh well
I am still happy with the deal...

**NOTE**
The dealer I went to Rallye BMW in New York...Is in an extremely affluent area and they usually do not negotiate...So deals are out there, I probably could have gotten a slightly better deal elsewhere, but this dealer is convenient for me..

Good luck

jelliotlevy 08-21-2006 12:33 PM

The nice thing about a high residual value is that you get it without having to bargain or bicker. My 330i is set for a 36 month/36000 mile lease, and the residual is 64%. One would hope that the E92 335i deserves a similarly high residual. The downside of high residual value is the need to pay more cold cash if and when exercising the option to buy at the end of the lease. For me, do I want to pay $41820 x .64 = $26765 for a nice used car, or go get a new lease? Hmmmm... by then the 335i sedans will be available in quantity, and all the bugs will be shaken out. No-brainer for this guy.

Spoonie G 08-21-2006 12:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jelliotlevy (Post 1875467)
, and all the bugs will be shaken out. No-brainer for this guy.

What Bugs?

loughd1 08-21-2006 04:12 PM

goog info
 
my dealer was trying to tell me my payments would be $980 per month $5,000 down i must of looked pretty stupid.

drallafi 08-21-2006 06:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loughd1 (Post 1875836)
my dealer was trying to tell me my payments would be $980 per month $5,000 down i must of looked pretty stupid.

He must have thought you wanted to buy instead of lease.

loughd1 08-21-2006 06:49 PM

nope he was really trying to give it to me good. real good

Finamir 08-21-2006 06:59 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by loughd1 (Post 1875836)
my dealer was trying to tell me my payments would be $980 per month $5,000 down i must of looked pretty stupid.

WOW! I wonder what a 750 leases for in Beverly Hills!

missing23 08-21-2006 08:46 PM

There have been a lot of threads on lease payments lately...just a reminder that dealers LOVE when customers walk in the door wanting to talk payments!:tsk:

Walk in the door (or send an email) and talk sales price (cap) first...then ask about financing...get info on acquisition fee, MF and residual...then come back here to check rates...most likely they will be marking up acquisition $200 to $825 and the MF up 0.0004 points.

Again, please, NEVER negotiate on payments!!! (Unless you are VERY lease savvy and have already run all the numbers and know what your payment should be.)

And NEVER put $ down on a lease...tell them the only coin you are going to put down is for 1st, security deposits (MSD's) and license fees...have them roll the acquisition fee into the cap also.

If you don't understand everything I am saying above make sure you do before you sign that lease!:thumbup:

iSelJerseyShore 08-22-2006 03:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by greginaz1 (Post 1876361)
And NEVER put $ down on a lease...tell them the only coin you are going to put down is for 1st, security deposits (MSD's) and license fees...have them roll the acquisition fee into the cap also.

Thank you for the great info!! One quick question, when you mention "rolling the aquisition fee into the cap cost" How is this done? Can you provide an example on this? :dunno:

Thanks Again!

-iSellJerseyShore :thumbup:

Celsius 08-22-2006 04:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by iSelJerseyShore (Post 1876589)
Thank you for the great info!! One quick question, when you mention "rolling the aquisition fee into the cap cost" How is this done? Can you provide an example on this? :dunno:

Thanks Again!

-iSellJerseyShore :thumbup:

Cap cost is the total cost of the sale of the vehicle, so when you're negotiating the sales price, tell them it includes all fees....like $45k out the door.:thumbup:

missing23 08-22-2006 06:42 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by iSelJerseyShore (Post 1876589)
Thank you for the great info!! One quick question, when you mention "rolling the aquisition fee into the cap cost" How is this done? Can you provide an example on this? :dunno:

Thanks Again!

-iSellJerseyShore :thumbup:

Have them add the $625 acquision fee to the sales price you negotiated for the total amount to be used as the cap.

trick50 08-22-2006 07:04 AM

new designs, new motors, anytime you buy a car...that is all new...more often then not there are a few recalls..

Example:
When the 7 was redesigned in 2002 there was a problem with the transmission controls as well as a few other electronic problems.

I am anticipating some problems with my 335 coupe nothing major, but I wouldn't be surprised nor disappointed. Perhaps a problem with turbos overheating or a computer problem.

grinder82 08-22-2006 10:40 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by greginaz1 (Post 1876726)
Have them add the $625 acquision fee to the sales price you negotiated for the total amount to be used as the cap.

For leasing, will the acquisition fee, training fee, destination fee, etc. be part of the total MSRP when calculating the residual?

For example, say the MSRP for just the car and options is 45k and the residual's set at 70%; then after the lease ends, the residual value for the car would be 45k * .70 = 31500. However, if we add, say just acquisition fee = 625, training fee = 180, and dest. fee = 695, into the original MSRP, we get a new total MSRP of 46500 and a new residual value of 46500 * .70 = 32550, which would obviously make for lower monthly payments.

missing23 08-22-2006 02:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by grinder82 (Post 1877090)
For leasing, will the acquisition fee, training fee, destination fee, etc. be part of the total MSRP when calculating the residual?

For example, say the MSRP for just the car and options is 45k and the residual's set at 70%; then after the lease ends, the residual value for the car would be 45k * .70 = 31500. However, if we add, say just acquisition fee = 625, training fee = 180, and dest. fee = 695, into the original MSRP, we get a new total MSRP of 46500 and a new residual value of 46500 * .70 = 32550, which would obviously make for lower monthly payments.

Training and destination will already be accounted for in the MSRP...acquistion is a separate leasing fee which will be added to the cap at your request...therefore it will not increase your residual.

ctchrinthry 08-22-2006 02:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by grinder82 (Post 1877090)
For leasing, will the acquisition fee, training fee, destination fee, etc. be part of the total MSRP when calculating the residual?

For example, say the MSRP for just the car and options is 45k and the residual's set at 70%; then after the lease ends, the residual value for the car would be 45k * .70 = 31500. However, if we add, say just acquisition fee = 625, training fee = 180, and dest. fee = 695, into the original MSRP, we get a new total MSRP of 46500 and a new residual value of 46500 * .70 = 32550, which would obviously make for lower monthly payments.


No. That would change the cap cost, not the MSRP. Residual is based on MSRP.

MrSilver 08-22-2006 04:10 PM

$662.00 p/m

47K
zero down
3 year
12K p/m
61%

trick50 08-22-2006 07:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MrSilver (Post 1877639)
$662.00 p/m

47K
zero down
3 year
12K p/m
61%

How the hell did you get a 61% residual?? Did new numbers come out?


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