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Old 04-24-2012, 03:15 PM
EricHanSolo EricHanSolo is offline
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Originally Posted by autojack View Post
For any new BMW, whether specifically ordered to be made, or selected from the dealer's inventory, you are better off negotiating an amount over invoice, rather than using the MSRP as a starting point. It varies by vehicle and by geographic region, but you should be able to negotiate a new 2013 X6 for $1000 (give or take) over invoice. There is approximately a 7.5% spread between MSRP and invoice. Hope this helps.
^he is completely right , I've got a few x6's over the phone and if you're able to get it at 1000 over invoice its an extremely good price. Although markets are different in each coast 1000 should be attainable if you're in the dealership putting down a deposit.
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