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Old 02-08-2013, 03:57 PM
jonnyz1245 jonnyz1245 is offline
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Originally Posted by NCAMG View Post
My guess is that by the spring time you would be looking at a 8-10% discount from MSRP with incentives, a lower sticker than the new model, plus lower financing rates. The other thing you might like to do is look at an X3 and 5 series to get an indication of where BMW is going. I will bet that the new X5 does not have a space for a spare (like the X3). This may or may not be important to you but a number of folks on this forum have switched away from run flats and have purchased the spare. Finally, BMW doesn't have a good track record on new models. Just a couple of thoughts. BTW I did buy and X5 in December and concerns about the new X5 were part of the reason.
I would think right now you should be able to negotiate 8-10% regardless of whether or not its spring. Dealer stock is usually pretty low on X5's. Just order one up and use invoice +500-1000 as your guide.

I wouldn't buy a first year run of any model from BMW or any other manufacture for that matter. Too many potential bugs
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