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With PP, SP, CWP and Navi, the MSRP is about $46,900; if the ED is about $3,000 less, that's an ED MSRP of under $44k. If I can get it for around $42k, I'll be in Munich in March 2009 . . . .
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With PP, SP, CWP and Navi, the MSRP is about $46,900; if the ED is about $3,000 less, that's an ED MSRP of under $44k. If I can get it for around $42k, I'll be in Munich in March 2009 . . . .
Why would ED be only 3k cheaper than MSRP? ED price should be about 4-5k less than MSRP, including dealer profit.

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Old 07-06-2006, 10:38 AM
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Why would ED be only 3k cheaper than MSRP? ED price should be about 4-5k less than MSRP, including dealer profit.
I was extrapolating from the 2006 pricing of the 330i. The 2006 330i had an MSRP of $36,600 for U.S. delivery, and $34,040 for ED, or a difference of $2,560. I figured, since the raw numbers are a bit higher for the 335i, it would be a little bit more than the $2,560 difference, if the percentage discount remained the same.

To be more precise, the ED discount (for the 2006 330i) was 7% (6.99% actually). Applying the 7% ED discount to the $40,600 MSRP of the 2007 335i yields an ED discount of $2,839.78, all else being equal. So, I was just rounding up to $3,000 to keep it simple.
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I was extrapolating from the 2006 pricing of the 330i. The 2006 330i had an MSRP of $36,600 for U.S. delivery, and $34,040 for ED, or a difference of $2,560. I figured, since the raw numbers are a bit higher for the 335i, it would be a little bit more than the $2,560 difference, if the percentage discount remained the same.

To be more precise, the ED discount (for the 2006 330i) was 7% (6.99% actually). Applying the 7% ED discount to the $40,600 MSRP of the 2007 335i yields an ED discount of $2,839.78, all else being equal. So, I was just rounding up to $3,000 to keep it simple.

So that would be the ED price, any idea how much lower the ED Invoice prices are usually?
I have 1 dealer telling me he'd give me an ED price of 7% less than the U.S. MSRP and another $1250 over the ED Invoice... I'd assume that the 1250 over invoice should still end up being cheaper, but by how much do you guys think?
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Old 07-06-2006, 11:16 AM
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I was extrapolating from the 2006 pricing of the 330i. The 2006 330i had an MSRP of $36,600 for U.S. delivery, and $34,040 for ED, or a difference of $2,560. I figured, since the raw numbers are a bit higher for the 335i, it would be a little bit more than the $2,560 difference, if the percentage discount remained the same.
Where do you get 34k for the 2006 ED 330i? It was 30,970 - or at least when I did it.

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To be more precise, the ED discount (for the 2006 330i) was 7% (6.99% actually). Applying the 7% ED discount to the $40,600 MSRP of the 2007 335i yields an ED discount of $2,839.78, all else being equal. So, I was just rounding up to $3,000 to keep it simple.
I have no idea where you're getting 7%. I see a 15.5% discount, not including the cost of options.
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Old 07-06-2006, 11:31 AM
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Where do you get 34k for the 2006 ED 330i? It was 30,970 - or at least when I did it.
Because he is talking about MSRP, you are talking about invoice.
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Old 07-06-2006, 11:34 AM
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My general rule of thumb is $3000 off MSRP for invoice and another $3000 off for ED. $40,600 less $6000=$34,600 add to that delivery, options, title, tax, tags, $1000 dealer markup = your price.
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Because he is talking about MSRP, you are talking about invoice.
ED MSRP is a silly number never actually used by buyers...so why bother mentioning it?
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So that would be the ED price, any idea how much lower the ED Invoice prices are usually?
I have 1 dealer telling me he'd give me an ED price of 7% less than the U.S. MSRP and another $1250 over the ED Invoice... I'd assume that the 1250 over invoice should still end up being cheaper, but by how much do you guys think?
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7% less than the US MSRP = $37760
1250 over ED Invoice = $35610

so the ED deal you got is a savings of $4990 over US MSRP (40600).
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Is it possible to add some options at a later time? Like for example the rear sunshade - i would like them when I have kids - so can I order them in a couple o years for the same price?
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It just occurred to me that I have been posting this stuff in the online BMW forums for all models continuously since 1999 - interestingly enough - beginning with the model year 2000 E46 Coupe launch... Wow. It's no wonder why my back is always hurting...

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