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david8229 11-07-2012 07:52 PM

How about this price for 2013 X3 35i
 
Hi guys,

Trying to get my first BMW and decided to get a 2013 X3 35i with the following packages:

Cold Weather Package
Dynamic Handling Package
M Sport Package
Premium Package
Technology Package
BMW Apps
Head-up Display

MSRP is $57,195, one dealer offered me invoice price at $52,750 (same as the BMWCONFIG), I think I am qualified for $1,000 holiday cash, $1,000 college grad, $750 loyalty and $300 BMW app test drive. So the final price before ttl is $49,700. Is this a good deal?

Thanks!

lbjgh 11-07-2012 08:53 PM

Sounds good to me.. My similarly equipped car was 67k out the door

edbiology 11-07-2012 09:43 PM

how do you get $750 loyalty if it's your first bmw?

david8229 11-08-2012 05:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by edbiology (Post 7182902)
how do you get $750 loyalty if it's your first bmw?

I am a current BMWFS customer

samillerfl 11-08-2012 06:10 AM

I would be surprised if they let you take all those discounts. I am military and when I used Military pricing they would not also let me take the BMW Olympic test drive $1000 nor any loyalty discounts. Of course the Military price was really low.

SpaceManGray 11-09-2012 09:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by david8229 (Post 7182722)
one dealer offered me invoice price at $52,750 ... $1,000 college grad

You're buying a $53k vehicle and you're recently out of college... what was your major?

kantuckid 11-10-2012 11:03 AM

Going to college(I did that too for a long time as now a retired teacher) but the kicker to me is a college grad discount is for what reason? Like lots of people go right ,duh? And a recent grad gets it but an old guy like me with the proverbial"fixed income" doesn't. How many non grads buy BMW's anyway? Go figure that one out.Maybe to start an addiction? Pays about the same as ex-military via USAA too, which is apples to oranges as diff. source. FWIW, my major was in-"how to stay poor"!

SpaceManGray 11-11-2012 08:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kantuckid (Post 7187365)
a recent grad gets it but an old guy like me with the proverbial"fixed income" doesn't. ... Maybe to start an addiction?

Ya, I think that's it... they want your first new car to be theirs and hope to keep you as a customer for life.

iwanna330cic 11-28-2012 08:00 PM

Your question is - is this a good deal? My answer is (and I'm a 4-time BMW owner) Are you kidding? If you can get all those discounts, that is not a good deal. It's a smokin' deal!


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