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Old 12-20-2006, 07:38 PM
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2007 X5 Dealer Invoice Variations?

Hi all -

I've been in the process of shopping/ordering a 2007 X5 3.0. After checking a couple "online" sources for invoices (in addition to the dealer pricing sheets on this site) and comparing them with the invoices off the dealers QuickPrintInvoice, I've notices some minor differences in pricing... $300-400 differences (total price).

Is this normal (eg each dealer with slightly different invoice pricing?) I'm in CA, does it vary by state? Or, should it be consistent with the dealer pricing sheets on this site?

Any guidance is appreciated.
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Old 12-21-2006, 06:47 AM
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No. Trust the numbers from Jon on this site. Any differences would be a price increase that would be well publicized on this site and the new numbers posted.

Make sure you are including destination charges and also looking at U.S. wholesale not ED, etc...
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Old 12-21-2006, 05:35 PM
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The Rear Climate package price changed since the prices published in bimmerfest (retail reduced by $200 because no side window blinds) and there is a training fee that places like KBB and Edmunds don't account for that is listed in the wholesale prices and I think you have to pay for. These two items can account for $300-$400 discrepancy.

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The training fee is 180,built into the bottom of the MSRP on all US vehicles,some Dealers also have a MAACO fee ( 250 ) for advertising and the package was lowered since the shades were removed.Every Dealer pays the same for every vehicle !
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