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Old 03-03-2014, 10:46 AM
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March numbers for 640 vert?

I understand that there is now a $7,500 build credit. Does anyone know the mf and the residual; specifically, how does this compare to December's deal? I just signed an ED lease on Friday based on a December lock.
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Old 03-03-2014, 11:09 AM
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Based off the lease offer on the BMWUSA website, it looks like the March residual for a 640i 'vert is 55% for 36 Month / 10k Miles. Presumably the base money factor remains .0013 like last month, but I'm not certain.

If the lease is already signed and executed though, it's too late to take advantage of the March program anyway.
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Based off the lease offer on the BMWUSA website, it looks like the March residual for a 640i 'vert is 55% for 36 Month / 10k Miles. Presumably the base money factor remains .0013 like last month, but I'm not certain.

If the lease is already signed and executed though, it's too late to take advantage of the March program anyway.
Thanks. Yes, this is correct; I just confirmed with my dealer. MF is up slightly from December, Residual is down by 3%, net incentives appear to be $3,500 - $4,000 more. End result is that the payment is very similar, so not a big deal.

However, if you bought or leased in January or February based on January and February deals, this opportunity appears to be quite a bit better. That being said, you can never really time things perfectly, so just enjoy the ride.
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I understand that there is now a $7,500 build credit. Does anyone know the mf and the residual; specifically, how does this compare to December's deal? I just signed an ED lease on Friday based on a December lock.
What is your delivery date?
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