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Old 02-22-2010, 01:25 PM
arjuno arjuno is offline
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Mein Auto: 2011 X5 50i
All the USA dealers should have the 2011 pricing already. Some dealers will act ignorant or outright deny seeing the sheets for various reasons. They want to move their current stock or allotment off their property instead of continuing to pay insurance on their cars. Also pricing for the 35i base model for 2011 is $1800 lower, 35d (in my above posts I refer to the 30d, I meant 35d) remains unchanged and 50i went up $2100.

My family and myself included have owned many BMWs over the years. We also have a family friend that is a sales manager at the BMW dealership in the town I grew up in. He always helps my family with the best possible deals, and I basically ran deals from 6 dealers in a 500 mile radius of the city I live in (no BMW dealer here) with him. He gave me the invoice pricing and I faxed those over to the various dealers to get the best possible competing bids. I couldn't get better than $1500 above factory invoice for a 2011.

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