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Old 11-16-2012, 08:35 PM
steffer23 steffer23 is offline
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Location: SF Valley
 
Join Date: Mar 2009
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Mein Auto: '89 Corvette
Pricing help on an '09 335i MT sedan

So my mom just informed me that my mechanic told her that he thinks my C4 Corvette isn't gonna make it. I think my engine got damaged due to a coolant system issue. So here I am being the responsible daughter and putting together a worst-case-scenario plan all the while praying to God that he spare my no-payment-required all-American death trap that's the envy of quite a few guys.

That, however, is neither here nor there so let me get back to what I really logged on for. The price estimator on bmwusa.com is also busted and saying that I can't get an estimate because my state isn't listed or some load of bull along that line and I'm feeling impatient right now. Can't give any specs because it's not coming up when I search for the car on the dealership's website, but here's the link where I'm seeing the car from: http://nitra.bmwcpodealer.com/cpo/Ve...-CA/1549136393

Dealership: South Bay BMW
Price $33,995
Exterior: Mans Blue Metallic
Interior: Beige
Transmission: GENUINE Manual (not that sissy prissy semi-auto **** that's been forced into play)
Fuel Type: Gas
Mileage: 25k

IF I LEASE, the terms will look like so:
- 1000k down
- 36 months
- 10k miles

I'm not a lease type of gal because I believe in putting my money into something that is truly mine, but right now if I by myself have to pay for a car that's all I will be able to afford. I know I can get lower monthly payments with another car but dammit I want a BMW and I really don't want to settle for less (less being a Volkswagen, Honda, or Toyota).

Any thoughts from you veteran car buyers would be greatly appreciated! I've got an animal physiology paper to write up so I'll check back in a bit. Thank you guys in advance!
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