2012 650xi demo
My dealer called me today about a demo 2012 650xi coupe. How much discount should I ask them on MSRP?
Options are as below:
LX53 - 650i xDrive Coupe
SP-BLD - No Charge Scheduled Maintenance 4yr/80k
ZBM - M Sport Package
- 20inch Performance Wheel, RFT Tire (Style 373M)
- M Sport Package
- High Gloss Shadow Line
- High Speed Maximum
- Comfort Seats Front
ZBT - Technology Package
- High-Beam Assistant
- Lane Departure Warning
- Active Blind Spot Detection
- Active Cruise Control w/ Stop & Go (Not Available
as a Stand Alone Option)
ZFJ - Executive Package
- Soft Close Doors
- Rear View Camera
- Electric Rear Sunshade
- Contrast Stitching
- Leather Instrument Panel
- Ceramic Control
- Surround View
- Head-Up Display
- SIRIUS Satellite Radio Tuner
- HiFi Sound System Professional
ZOR - Premium Seating Package (w ZBM)
- Ventilated Seats
- Active Seat for Driver and Front Passenger
- Comfort Seats Front
***65532;- Dakota Leather
***65532;MET - Metallic Paint
***65532;LEA-NP - Nappa Leather
***65532;552 - Active LED Headlights
***65532;6F2 - Bang and Olufsen Sound System (w ZFJ)
Go to bmwconfig.com and calculate the invoice. I'd then think about deducting 5-10 bucks per mile.
That car looks to be loaded... How many miles are on it?... Without that info it's hard to tell.. If you are leasing I would start around 80k or less for the Cap cost.... 2012 is almost over and the 2012's depreciation would e accelerated due to the power bump in the 2013's
Looks like a 2013 to me with the exec. and shadowline on the M Sport (seems unlikely that they'd special order the shadowline on a car sent to dealer stock).
If a 2012, then they better go waay below invoice. For a 2013, I'd still shoot for a couple grand below (after all incentives) given the rough nature of test car miles.
If you are willing to go to a forum dealer, you are most likely able to get deal tha is about $750 - $1000 over invoice for a 2013 equivalence. And 3 years lease of 6 series has a residual of about 56%ish.. So each year, according to BMW the depreciation is about 15% a year. So if you were to get a 2012 at this point, the fair price is invoice + 1000 - 15% of the MSRP. But you won't get this price since dealer are going to loss their a**. Basically you are going to pay through your nose when you sell this car sometime down the road as compare to get a 2013. But if you are in a town where a new 6 series go close to MSRP, then close to 2012 invoice may be a deal.
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