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cha777 12-04-2012 07:32 AM

X5 35d Lease Incentives....Is this real?
 
Hello All,

Can one add-up ALL of these incentives right now for an X5 35d?

Holiday $1500
Ultimate Drive $500
Loyalty $750 (currently I am leasing through BMWFS)
Eco $4500

Total = $7250

Thanks

cha777 12-04-2012 07:56 AM

One More Thing....
 
Is that above and beyond (or over and above??) what you can negotiate for the car? For example, if the MSRP is $64095 and you can get a Truecar price of $61372, do the credits bring down the cap cost? Thanks.

cchrisv 12-04-2012 08:14 AM

Yes you can.

Also, You should be able to negotiate a sell price on a X5 35d below invoice. They do not sell well.

Those incentives are correct.

These are cap cost reductions:
Holiday $1500
Ultimate Drive $500
Loyalty $750 (currently I am leasing through BMWFS)

This is a sale price reduction:
Eco $4500

cchrisv 12-04-2012 08:16 AM

See: http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=661763

Mbbrewer 12-04-2012 01:03 PM

The diesels sell very well in the Houston market. A few months ago they were running the incentives below except for holiday cash plus they were including a full sales tax credit. They were being picked off of dealer lots as soon as they showed up. I negotiated hard to get $500 over invoice for mine.

Quote:

Originally Posted by cchrisv (Post 7230187)
Yes you can.

Also, You should be able to negotiate a sell price on a X5 35d below invoice. They do not sell well.

Those incentives are correct.

These are cap cost reductions:
Holiday $1500
Ultimate Drive $500
Loyalty $750 (currently I am leasing through BMWFS)

This is a sale price reduction:
Eco $4500


Kar Don 12-04-2012 05:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cchrisv (Post 7230187)
Yes you can.

Also, You should be able to negotiate a sell price on a X5 35d below invoice. They do not sell well.

Those incentives are correct.

These are cap cost reductions:
Holiday $1500
Ultimate Drive $500
Loyalty $750 (currently I am leasing through BMWFS)

This is a sale price reduction:
Eco $4500

diesel sells extremely well, can't keep em in stock here.. had to order.

JP 99300 12-04-2012 08:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by cchrisv (Post 7230191)

It looks like ECO credit is $4,500 on MY'12 and $3,000 on MY'13 -- not sure which model year OP was looking at.

saranr 12-04-2012 09:00 PM

Are these big discounts due to upcoming body style change???

jashearer 12-06-2012 05:50 AM

I would say more end of year discounts, they were similar last year end. Even at that, most folks have been able to get a consistent ~$10k off of MSRP when including all the various discount programs at any point in the year.

My personal opinion is that North America has been a test bed for their new emissions systems on the diesel and they want to get as high a number of test subjects out there being shaken down as possible before the switch gets flipped over in Europe, big incentives help do that. Just my opinion though.

Jay


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