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Old 08-08-2004, 07:27 AM
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Originally Posted by LC

If we calculate invoice at 91.6% a 42,670 3.0 is 39,256. I can't imagine there are not unpublished incentives from BMWNA, and considering that invoice is all over the web, I can't imagine that 'invoice' is 'invoice'.
Invoice IS invoice (actually, the invoice you see on the internet is LOWER because it does not include MACO, the advertising co-op fee that the dealer is charged to cover advertising in their area). Also, there are no incentives at this time on the X3.

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So the bottom line is, I want to get one of these cars, in the worst case scenario, for right at or below that invoice price.

Is it possible? Would a 30 to 40 percent downpayment help?
Good luck. Buying at invoice will take alot of work and a willing dealer. I can't see you getting anything below.

And, whether you put down nothing, 20%, 50% or pay in cash, it makes no difference to the dealer-- they get the money all the same. In fact, they prefer that you finance as much as possible, because it is in their favor.
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