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Old 11-16-2012, 12:34 PM
trekwars2000 trekwars2000 is offline
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Originally Posted by wassy View Post
Based on my recent shopping experience, the USAA is stackable with the HC & LC. Car must be new with no more than 1000 miles on it. My guess, depending on your local market, is you can buy or lease the car based on a discount, all in, of $11-12k off MSRP. If you have an iPhone, BMW also has a BMW drive app that you activate while at the dealer, and receive another $700 (I think for the 740i and also the max) toward 1st payment or total cash out of pocket. I already considered that in my guess! That's for a current 2013. Deals are pretty good. Good luck.
I thought the BMW drive discount was only for current or recent BMWFS members? We financed our first BMW through USAA and then paid cash for the 2nd.

I see mixed reviews on if the 5K USAA is stackable with the HC/LC but it seems clear that the 1K (financed through BMWFS) USAA is stackabvle with HC/LC.

We are starting to look at the ActiveHybrid5 as well as an alternate if the USAA 5K isn't stackable with the HC/LC. It looks like the AH5 has an EcoCredit of 4.5K (through the end of this month) and HC of 2k. An AH5 optioned out like I want comes out to ~75K MSRP though. We would likely ED the AH5. The invoice for the ED AH5 is 65K (70.7K ED MSRP). Decisions, decisions.

Other than size, does anyone what options/features would I be missing on a loaded AH5 vs 740?
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