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Old 12-27-2009, 12:00 PM
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2009 BMW 750Li lease question

I'm going to the dealer tomorrow to get the 2009 750Li, it's going to be a 36months lease, MSRP is $96,725. What do you guys think is the best deal on this particular car? Thanks in advance.
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Old 12-27-2009, 05:11 PM
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As it is MY2009, try to get it at invoice. Also there should be trunk money, I think that is around $6000-$10000, but not sure exactly how much. Also the MF is .0009, with a residual in the mid to high 40s% I think.
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Old 12-27-2009, 05:31 PM
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As it is MY2009, try to get it at invoice. Also there should be trunk money, I think that is around $6000-$10000, but not sure exactly how much. Also the MF is .0009, with a residual in the mid to high 40s% I think.
Thanks! does anyone have the residual on 2009 7-series?
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Old 12-28-2009, 08:36 PM
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lease question

I just got the paperwork on my 2009 750Li. Sticker is 101820. I paid only first month. 1438 and everything else rolled in to payment including lic and taxes. BTW reg fees in MN are 1000 for this car.
15000 mile lease/year for 3 yrs and they paid by last 2 payments of my 07 750. which was total 2800.
so 1438 is the monthly payment.
I did a lot of legwork to get this. I hope I got a good deal.
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Old 12-29-2009, 12:50 PM
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I just picked my car up and got what I think is a good deal on a 2009 750LI. The Sticker was $96375 and I was able to negotiate a lease with $5000 out the door with a payment of $878.52 including tax for 36 months and 10K miles. This translates to an adjusted Cap cost of $70586 with a residual of $46260.
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Old 12-30-2009, 03:24 PM
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Wavebrad,

Is your deal on a demo car or a brand new car with almost zero miles. The deal seems too good to be true. Your deal is about $400-500 less/month than other deals I have seen. Please share your insights.

Thanks.
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Old 12-30-2009, 04:09 PM
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Wavebrad,

Is your deal on a demo car or a brand new car with almost zero miles. The deal seems too good to be true. Your deal is about $400-500 less/month than other deals I have seen. Please share your insights.

Thanks.
The car was new with about 200 miles on it. It was manufactured in May of 2009. I sent about 20 emails to dealers with inventory East of the Mississippi. Most of them responded with pricing that was in the 1300 - 1400 range for the $96K sticker range with 5k out the door. There were three dealers (one in Cincinnati, one in Lexington, KY, and one on Long Island that were in the sub $1000 a month range. I then started using each of them against one another to get the final deal I got. I found through this process that smaller markets were much more willing to deal. The Chicago, Atlanta, and other large markets would not move off of the pricing nearly as much as these others. My suggestion would be to cast a wide net and be flexible on options. As soon as you get a number that is in the ballpark, be honest with the other dealers about the options and price and a few will be willing to meet or beat what you have. There are good deals out there for 2009's. I had no luck getting much more than 4% off of sticker on 2010's. I ended up getting the car in Cincinnati and am very please with the car and the price. I hope that helps. I will be happy to provide any other details you need.
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Old 12-30-2009, 05:00 PM
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Wavebrad,

Thanks for the info. I just returned my 2007 750li lease today and am looking for a new one to lease. I am on the west coast and I have not seen any deals like the one you got. Yours is an outstanding deal. Which dealer did you use?
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Old 12-30-2009, 05:47 PM
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Wavebrad,

Thanks for the info. I just returned my 2007 750li lease today and am looking for a new one to lease. I am on the west coast and I have not seen any deals like the one you got. Yours is an outstanding deal. Which dealer did you use?
I got the car from Jake Sweeney BMW in Cincinnati and the other place in the running was Don Jacobs in Lexington, KY. I would assume that the car in Lexington is still there.
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Old 12-30-2009, 10:43 PM
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Socal1979,

try chapman bmw in chandler arizona. they have a few 2009 left. on the day i ended up purchasing my car from nick alexander, they offered a free one way ticket, a free set of wheels that i wanted which the car didn't have (252s), free shipping to LA ($450) and a below invoice price that NO LA dealer was willing to meet. $1152 incl tx for a $102,525 750LI. they were very nice and very aggressive. 36/10k, $8300 out of pocket incl. CA registration. good luck.

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Old 12-31-2009, 07:59 PM
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I just picked my car up and got what I think is a good deal on a 2009 750LI. The Sticker was $96375 and I was able to negotiate a lease with $5000 out the door with a payment of $878.52 including tax for 36 months and 10K miles. This translates to an adjusted Cap cost of $70586 with a residual of $46260.
This is an amazing deal.
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Old 01-01-2010, 02:10 PM
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I just purchased a new 2009 BMW 750Li on December 30, 2009 for $76,000 before tax, title and license. The sticker for the car new was $96,375. The car is brand new, only 20 miles on it, not a demo car. They offered me either to purchase for $76K or lease for $839 a month plus $7,999 down. I saved over $20,000 off the MSRP through a couple of nifty tricks and good timing. The car has the camera package, luxury seating package, premium sound, 19in wheels with performance tires, heated seats/steering wheel, the leather wrapped dashboard, and the night vision camera. All and all I thought it was a great late Christmas present for myself.
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Old 01-01-2010, 04:18 PM
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I just purchased a new 2009 BMW 750Li on December 30, 2009 for $76,000 before tax, title and license. The sticker for the car new was $96,375. The car is brand new, only 20 miles on it, not a demo car. They offered me either to purchase for $76K or lease for $839 a month plus $7,999 down. I saved over $20,000 off the MSRP through a couple of nifty tricks and good timing. The car has the camera package, luxury seating package, premium sound, 19in wheels with performance tires, heated seats/steering wheel, the leather wrapped dashboard, and the night vision camera. All and all I thought it was a great late Christmas present for myself.
That is an amazing deal, the last time I saw something like was in 2003 when I leased a 745Li for 700/month!
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Thats a steal! Congrats on the purchase! Hopefully I can snag one for a similar monthly rate!
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Old 01-21-2010, 07:45 PM
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Any updates on 2010 Deals? I am in CA - my current lease ends in March and want to get a 7. I know the 740's are around the corner but doubt there will be any deals when they start selling so hoping there are good deals to be had on the 750's now. Do not mind getting it out of State,
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Old 01-28-2010, 09:12 PM
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I just purchased a new 2009 BMW 750Li on December 30, 2009 for $76,000 before tax, title and license. The sticker for the car new was $96,375. The car is brand new, only 20 miles on it, not a demo car. They offered me either to purchase for $76K or lease for $839 a month plus $7,999 down. I saved over $20,000 off the MSRP through a couple of nifty tricks and good timing. The car has the camera package, luxury seating package, premium sound, 19in wheels with performance tires, heated seats/steering wheel, the leather wrapped dashboard, and the night vision camera. All and all I thought it was a great late Christmas present for myself.
sounds like a great deal I will hopefully get a good one like yours possibly this spring!
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I just picked my car up and got what I think is a good deal on a 2009 750LI. The Sticker was $96375 and I was able to negotiate a lease with $5000 out the door with a payment of $878.52 including tax for 36 months and 10K miles. This translates to an adjusted Cap cost of $70586 with a residual of $46260.
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I am in the same predicament as you are! My lease is up in 3 weeks and i have not been able to find the deals others seem to be getting. Any luck finding yours, if so where? If not maybe we should use a multi-car deal approach together, what do you think? I am is So Cal
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