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Old 10-10-2006, 09:50 AM
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over $800 a month for a coupe? outrageous! you can get a better deal somewhere else for sure!
Sure is outrageous! I'm paying only $721 a month for my fabulous 2005 545i and that's with the tax included ($674 before tax) with no money down!
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dont know neg price..but for 30 month lease.. 10k miles a year. with an msrp of 48220 im paying 648 including NY tax with 2000 due at signing. (sec dep waived). The 2000 due at signing includes first payment, bank fee, documentation fees, 2 year registration and plates, inspection and a the rest is cap cost red. to reduce the payment. I made the due at signing a nice round figure i was comfortable with. Anyone else want that deal and lives in the tri-state area i will send you to my dealer
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Old 10-10-2006, 10:36 AM
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What's up everyone, this is my first post here and need some input on an offer made by my dealer today. I read through the 8 pages of this thread and here is what my dealer gave me.

On order now with no money down

'07 335i Jetblack/black/gray wood trim $40,600
premium $2,450
sport $1,000
steptronic $1,275
paddle shifters $100
navigation $2,100


quoted MSRP $48,220

Money Factor.....was quoted 5.25%...i don't know how that translates to the .0020 everyone talks about
Residual at about 58%
Total due at signing $2000


With all this in mind he came up with $814 per month, which in my opinion is outrageously high. He's giving me time to consider so i can call him anytime and negotiate terms. What do you guys think is a reasonable offer? Thanks and great info here!

HE IS TRYING TO ROB YOU. YOU SHOULDNT EVEN DO BUSINESS WITH HIM IF HIS PRICE IS THAT HIGH. HE TRYIN TO MAKE A TON OF MONEY ON YOU
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Old 10-10-2006, 05:01 PM
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Anybody have the numbers for October?!
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Old 10-10-2006, 06:00 PM
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Alright my dealer called me today and i told him i'd be willing to settle for 1500 over invoice but i guess demand is too high here in the bay area and he turned it down. Can i ask what others are paying in the Bay Area? I'm probably gonna shop around elsewhere and see if i can get something better. Thanks to all that replied to me.
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Old 10-10-2006, 08:45 PM
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Anybody have the numbers for October?!
Same as September for 328i and 335i.
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Old 10-11-2006, 09:26 AM
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Old 10-11-2006, 09:51 AM
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Whats the residual on a 30 month lease. I was told 64% with 10k miles year with the .0020 mf
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Old 10-11-2006, 10:49 AM
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Whats the residual on a 30 month lease. I was told 64% with 10k miles year with the .0020 mf
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Old 10-11-2006, 10:53 AM
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That was for the sedan. The coupe is 67% and .00200

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69% & .00270 base factor
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Old 10-11-2006, 11:51 AM
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i was at the dealership the other day checking the plans for a 335 coupe lease and he told me somthing about OWNERS CHOICE plan and it was 1,030 with no money down for 3 years and 15k miles and if you wanted to,at 2 years,u could trade in your car for a new one of any series....does anyone know something about this OWNERs CHOICE plan?
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oh i forgot to put it 1,030k is the monthly payment^^
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Old 10-11-2006, 12:39 PM
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oh i forgot to put it 1,030k is the monthly payment^^
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Old 10-11-2006, 12:58 PM
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oh i forgot to put it 1,030k is the monthly payment^^
Yes, for that kind of dough , I'll take a new 7-Series please. Thank you.
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Old 10-11-2006, 01:02 PM
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so no one has ever heard of this OWNERS CHOICE plan?? the thing is that i dont know if its the same as lease or what..someone knows?
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Old 10-11-2006, 01:27 PM
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so no one has ever heard of this OWNERS CHOICE plan?? the thing is that i dont know if its the same as lease or what..someone knows?
I'd suggest you go to BMWUSA.com. I think it's like a lease to own finance program or something. I believe it's like for ppl who seriously consider buying their car end the end of the lease term rather than just turning it in or buying the car car at the end of a regular closed-end lease. But, I could be wrong, so just check on the BMW Web site for the details.
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Old 10-12-2006, 09:37 PM
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what percentage of the car are people going to pay in total at the end of the lease? like if a car cost 50,000 and its a 3 year lease,the total you paid in the 3 years is like 25,000 or more? what percentage of the car are you suppose to pay at the end of the 3 year lease?
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Old 10-13-2006, 12:28 AM
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what percentage of the car are people going to pay in total at the end of the lease? like if a car cost 50,000 and its a 3 year lease,the total you paid in the 3 years is like 25,000 or more? what percentage of the car are you suppose to pay at the end of the 3 year lease?
Are you talking about purchasing after your lease is over? That is the little thing called residual value you calculated when you leased a car. Depends on how many miles your going to drive 10, 12, 15k? Say if residual is 50% for a 3 year lease at X miles a year. You will have to PAY $25000 at the end of your lease term to buy the car. If you want to just give back the car your cost will be any miles you went over, damage, changes (like runflats to non), acq. etc etc.
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Old 10-13-2006, 02:30 AM
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Are you talking about purchasing after your lease is over? That is the little thing called residual value you calculated when you leased a car. Depends on how many miles your going to drive 10, 12, 15k? Say if residual is 50% for a 3 year lease at X miles a year. You will have to PAY $25000 at the end of your lease term to buy the car. If you want to just give back the car your cost will be any miles you went over, damage, changes (like runflats to non), acq. etc etc.
no im not talking about purchasing the car..what i meant is for example the car costs 50,000 and i lease it car for 3 years and 15k miles per year with 1,000 monthly payments,so at the end of the lease in the whole 3 years in total i paid like 36,000 of the 50,000 that the car costs..what i want to know is that if paying that much of the car is the correct or you suppose to pay a lot less in the lease?
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You pay the depreciation of the car for the duration of the lease. The number you are looking for is Residual Value.

It depends on the model and how many miles you expect to drive for the lease.

For instance, for a 335i Coupe and a 36m x 15k lease the residual value is 58%. So you pay 42% for the depreciation.

On top of that you pay interest and taxes.

Do a search, download a lease calculator and you will find out exactly what you are charged.
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Old 10-13-2006, 08:36 AM
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I have an ED lease on a 335i sedan.
Term - 24 months
US MSRP - 47800
My ED Price 42800
MF=.00231+.003 for ED = .00261
BMW picks up 2 payment in exchange for added ED MF.
7 security Deposits.
12k miles per year.

$606 per month.
BMW picks up 2 payments now? Last year when I did ED it was 1.
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Add 0.0003 to MF for ED deals...BMWFS will make one payment but your ED lease starts 2 weeks before your delivery and your car typically takes two months to get back on the West Coast. Big advantage is you get to use the US MSRP to calculate residual while being able to take advantage of the ED invoice pricing.

I considered ED but the savings on a 24 month lease was only about $2400 total...taking into account the two additional months I would be without a car gets the savings down to about $1100 or so which means it would have paid for flights for two out there...still not a bad deal but not spectacular (I have been to Germany twice already and love it)...ED would make more sense if you are paying cash and have an extra car at home already so the wait doesn't cost more money...plus that two month wait after driving the car for a week or so would drive me even more nuts.
It does drive you nuts! ( That was a walk in the park for me though after I crashed it 6 weeks after I got it in the USA and it and it was in te shop for 3 months )

But ED - IMO - well worth it.

Go to European Delivery Forum - all the info you need and more. ( A little warning - don't discuss $'s on that forum (in detail) or you will piss Beewang off )
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Old 10-14-2006, 01:21 PM
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i've decided to go with a 24 month lease on the 335i. I will post all my numbers once I work them out here....it will be a zero money down, 15kmi/year lease.
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sworadfish, i too am looking at 24mo leas at 15k mi/year. let me know your numbers, so for i have taxes upfront along with fees and and $690/mo. Is this a good deal?
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Thats about right with zero down.

I'm trying to score a deal on the price of the car with the dealer. I want navigation and all... The dealers aren't giving me much off MSRP at this point. I'll let you know....
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