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Old 05-01-2013, 10:22 AM
3cpephan 3cpephan is offline
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CPO Finance and Special Offers for May

From the bmwusa website, for the month of May, "Financing starting at 0.9% APR is available on all eligible BMW Certified Pre-Owned 2009 and 2010 model year 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7 Series vehicles and Z4 vehicles and the 2011 3 Series. Additional incentives and/or contract lengths available on the model year 2011 3 Series ....."

Can anyone share what the additional incentives are for the model year 2011 3 Series?
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Old 05-02-2013, 01:01 PM
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:24 PM
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From the bmwusa website, for the month of May, "Financing starting at 0.9% APR is available on all eligible BMW Certified Pre-Owned 2009 and 2010 model year 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7 Series vehicles and Z4 vehicles and the 2011 3 Series. Additional incentives and/or contract lengths available on the model year 2011 3 Series ....."

Can anyone share what the additional incentives are for the model year 2011 3 Series?
" See your Client Advisor for full details." That statement follows "Additional incentives and/or contract lengths available on the model year 2011 3 Series ....."

Confidential?
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Old 05-05-2013, 07:04 PM
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Outstanding interest rate support from BMW FS

1.9% Up to 72 months for all eligible BMW
Certified 2009/2010/2011 - 1, 7, and Z4 models
or
1.9% Up to 60 months for all eligible BMW
Certified 2009/2010/2011 - 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, and Z4 models
AND
First TWO payments paid by BMW on all eligible BMW
Certified 2009/2010/2011 - 1, 7, and Z4 models


1-Series
36 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

48 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

60 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

72 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

3 Series
36 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

48 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

60 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

72 mo
2009 - 3.9%
2010 - 3.9%
2011 - 3.9%

5 Series
36 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - 1.9%

48 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - 2.5%

60 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 3.5%

72 mo
2009 - 3.9%
2010 - 3.9%
2011 - 4.5%

6 Series
36 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - 1.9%

48 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - 2.5%

60 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 3.5%

72 mo
2009 - 3.9%
2010 - 3.9%
2011 - 4.5%

7 Series
36 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

48 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

60 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

72 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

X3
36 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

48 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 2.5%

60 mo
2009 - 3.5%
2010 - 3.5%
2011 - 3.5%

72 mo
2009 - 4.5%
2010 - 4.5%
2011 - 4.5%

X5/X6
36 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

48 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 2.5%

60 mo
2009 - 3.5%
2010 - 3.5%
2011 - 3.5%

72 mo
2009 - 4.5%
2010 - 4.5%
2011 - 4.5%

Z4
36 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

48 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

60 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

72 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

M Series*

ALL M models qualify for above rates per model series!
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Old 05-06-2013, 08:49 PM
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Hopefully this helps...

Outstanding interest rate support from BMW FS
I don't see anything specific to 2011 model 3 Series, but thanks for your reply.
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Old 05-06-2013, 08:55 PM
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I don't see anything specific to 2011 model 3 Series, but thanks for your reply.
Maybe you didn't look hard enough It's all there!

3 Series
36 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

48 mo
2009 - .9%
2010 - .9%
2011 - .9%

60 mo
2009 - 1.9%
2010 - 1.9%
2011 - 1.9%

72 mo
2009 - 3.9%
2010 - 3.9%
2011 - 3.9%
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Old 05-17-2013, 05:39 AM
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Hello,

Thanks for the information on the financing special for the CPOs. Are there any incentives to the dealers for cash sales?

Thanks again
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Old 05-29-2013, 03:49 PM
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Does anyone know if the CPO finance deal are going to extended past the end of May?
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Old 05-29-2013, 04:52 PM
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Does anyone know if the CPO finance deal are going to extended past the end of May?
There is often if not always a CPO offer listed on the bmwusa link below. The details of each successive offer can differ. The new offer, if there is one, should be available on June 1st.

http://www.bmwusa.com/Standard/Conte...Financing.aspx
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Old 05-29-2013, 05:04 PM
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Hello,

Thanks for the information on the financing special for the CPOs. Are there any incentives to the dealers for cash sales?

Thanks again
You didn't mention what vehicle you are looking in to. But mostly, no. However, if you are looking into a 1, 7 or z4 you can save yourself up to $1460.59 by financing $26,633.50 for 36 months at 0.9% and letting bmwfs take care of your first two payments at $750 each. This is all assuming a 7 series. Then you can pay the whole loan of since there is no prepayment penalty.

There is also a minimum amount of time for you to keep your loan for your dealer to keep their cut from bmwfs.
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