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Old 10-28-2012, 01:21 AM
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Originally Posted by neurom View Post
I did a deal for ED M5, singapore gray, full silverstone, exec package for 2k under MSRP/5,500 over invoice, give or take $100. I had to negotiate hard for it though, my last deal was a ED M3 at 1k over and I do not think that was doable. At this time the initial rush is probably dwindling a little, there is the issue with the fuel pump, I think most dealers will discount some from MSRP, but perhaps not a lot until it starts coming back from euro delivery allocation, as there are some holdbacks they do not have for ED vehicles coming from dealer allocation (or a least that is what I was told). At the end I am happy, I am not going to quibble about 1-3 k more on a 90K+ car.
That's the thing though.
Many people who do early ED got the ED invoice price. Which is $76900.
That means the M5 was no longer a $90k or $100k car.
It means you can get the M5 at the same price as the cheapest 6 series or 7 series.
And that makes a difference.
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