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Old 02-08-2013, 07:03 PM
joshe47 joshe47 is offline
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Originally Posted by ddas1992 View Post
Guys:
In the market for financing a new 2013 335i for ED. Used BMWconfig to price it out (imp blue, luxury line, saddle brwn leather, burl wood int, prm pck, tech pck, htd seats). The MSRP and the invoice for my config came out to be $48825 and $44915 respectively. Armed with the config report, I contacted about ~8 BMW dealers in my area (metro Washington dc) and 4 of them got back to me with an offer of 500 over invoice ($45415). From reading the posts, it seems like a good offer but I feel that there is room to go down further since it was all done through email and honestly I did not even start any negotiation. Is this a good deal and has anybody had any experience doing ED (or US delivery) at or below invoice? All the dealers have agreed to give me a $750 rebate on top of the "500 over invoice offer" as a current BMW owner
Thanks,
J
It's not in your immediate area, but maybe you can use this price to get them down a little further. Bill Jacobs BMW in Naperville, IL sold a 13 335i coupe for $42,385 per voiceofthedriver.com
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