12-07-2012, 08:45 AM
Join Date: Aug 2003
Mein Auto: 2006 330Ci ZHP
Good advice there..
Originally Posted by chrischeung
I have a different view - you need to be flexible. I hear about people getting unbelievable deals all the time. But there is often something, like it was a demo, was on the lot for a while, they needed to move that 1 unit for a sales goal, a trade in was valued highly, it was the end of model run, prior year etc often involved. Heck - I get unbelievable deals, and I don't even often look around for even better ones.
I sincerely believe, that someone will get one of those unbelievable deals on an in stock 535i - and I do hope it's a 'Fester
It helps to be poor (relatively).. I mean... there is no way I can afford a new BMW, unless it's a one-off deal... demo, service loaner.. or combo with a stupid cheap lease program with BMWFS..
So, when I get the great deal, I take it...
Labor Day weekend, 2011... I leased a 2011 Z4 service loaner... .original MSRP of $55K.. for 24 mo, 10K/yr... $335/mo. (which includes 6% state tax on payment)... Due at signing: $335 + $2450 MSDs..
It can be done.. ;-)
2006 330Ci ZHP Imola Red
2011 X3 Bluewater
1995 M3 Montreal Blue
1987 325iS Bronzit (retired)
2011 Z4 Space Gray (retired)
2008 X3 Sapphire Black (retired)
2005 330Cic Silver-Gray (retired)
2003 325i Sport Steel Blue (retired)
1967 2000CS Delphin Gray (retired)