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Old 11-03-2011, 12:32 PM
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So...does that mean as a current BMWFS customer on a 550iX you could get:

$1,000 holiday cash
1% APR reduction

Also, if it is a lease, does that mean the lease rate is also adjusted down a 1% from base rate?
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Old 11-03-2011, 04:14 PM
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I pulled a trigger on a new 2012 535 Xdrive Yesterday and i got nav credit, $ 1000 credit and 3.9% for 48 months finance rate.

I don't have a BMW either and i got all of them combined. but i did finance the car though.
Do you mind if I ask you that for how much you finalize the car out of the door (including taxes and fees and everything). I am also planning to do same today or tomorrow. I can use your guidance on price.

Between my dealer also conformed that $1000 credit is for those who finance with BMW.
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Old 11-03-2011, 07:51 PM
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Do you mind if I ask you that for how much you finalize the car out of the door (including taxes and fees and everything). I am also planning to do same today or tomorrow. I can use your guidance on price.

Between my dealer also conformed that $1000 credit is for those who finance with BMW.
Thank you... TIA.
I built the car i wanted on BMWCONFIG.COM took it to the dealer and offered $400 over invoice but finally negotiated and settled on $500 over invoice price from the website.

then took out $1730 Nav credit, $1000 Holiday cash ( ONLY IF YOU FINANCE OR LEASE) and i got 3.9% APR for 48 months

Added $125 tag and doc fees ( He initially wanted $170 and negotiated this as well)

TAX is subject to your county or state taxes. ( mine was 6%) ( As much as i wanted to i Cant negotiate this as this is state's money lol )

All up it should cost you about $2200 under the invoice from BMWCONFIG ( If your financing or leasing) or about $1200 if you doing a purchase.



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Old 11-03-2011, 08:04 PM
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So...does that mean as a current BMWFS customer on a 550iX you could get:

$1,000 holiday cash
1% APR reduction

Also, if it is a lease, does that mean the lease rate is also adjusted down a 1% from base rate?
Not sure about the lease but if your financing you should get both.
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Old 11-03-2011, 08:35 PM
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Not sure about the lease but if your financing you should get both.
My understanding from the dealer was you could combine $1730 Nav Credit, $1000 holiday credit and $1000 BMW loyalty credit. Last year you only needed to finance a minimum of $7500 to qualify for the holiday credit, don't know what it is this year.
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Old 11-03-2011, 09:45 PM
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My understanding from the dealer was you could combine $1730 Nav Credit, $1000 holiday credit and $1000 BMW loyalty credit. Last year you only needed to finance a minimum of $7500 to qualify for the holiday credit, don't know what it is this year.
I know and i am speaking from personal experience that this is the case if your financing but not sure about leasing. I am sure someone else who leased one recently can shed some light on this.
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Old 11-03-2011, 09:47 PM
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I know and i am speaking from personal experience that this is the case if your financing but not sure about leasing. I am sure someone else who leased one recently can shed some light on this.
"It is available for lease "
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Old 11-04-2011, 10:21 AM
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My understanding from the dealer was you could combine $1730 Nav Credit, $1000 holiday credit and $1000 BMW loyalty credit. Last year you only needed to finance a minimum of $7500 to qualify for the holiday credit, don't know what it is this year.
If you are really opposed to financing, you can finance the car anyway to qualify for the additional cash, then pay off the loan.

If you do this within the first 60 days, the dealer gets charged back. So if you want to stay on your dealer's good side, finance the car, make 2 payments, then pay off the loan (or refinance with your credit union, etc.)
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Old 11-04-2011, 12:08 PM
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If you are really opposed to financing, you can finance the car anyway to qualify for the additional cash, then pay off the loan.

If you do this within the first 60 days, the dealer gets charged back. So if you want to stay on your dealer's good side, finance the car, make 2 payments, then pay off the loan (or refinance with your credit union, etc.)
I may be wrong i think i read some where that we have to do atleast 7 payment before we pay off the loan???
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Old 11-04-2011, 12:33 PM
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Residuals?

Do you remember the lease residuals for the 535xi and 550xi? Looking at 36 mo/10k per year. Thanks in advance for your help.
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Old 11-04-2011, 03:58 PM
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I may be wrong i think i read some where that we have to do atleast 7 payment before we pay off the loan???
That's not the way it used to be, but obviously they can change the programs at any time. It would be great if someone who recently financed through BMWFS could post the relevant section of their Installment Sales Contract.
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Old 11-04-2011, 10:07 PM
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I was told today I had to make 6 payments before I could pay off the loan.

Would be nice to know the exact answer....
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Old 11-06-2011, 08:32 AM
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I was told yesterday by a dealer I am working with, that the minimum amount that can be financed is $7500 and that you need to make 3 payments before paying off the loan
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:55 AM
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A part from all this looks like there is a 1000$ dealer incentive on top of their hold back....European Delivery doesnt make any sense in price point of view.
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Old 11-08-2011, 07:50 AM
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....European Delivery doesnt make any sense in price point of view.
Sure it does. You get all of the incentives plus the saving of an ED.
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Old 11-08-2011, 07:55 AM
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Sure it does. You get all of the incentives plus the saving of an ED.
No these are Manufacturer to dealer incentives which will not be available for ED.

anyways 72875$ 5 series costs 61500 ED and 63800 in US just comparing.... but the whole ED experience is what weighs more and it is some thing you cannot put a price tag on it...
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Old 11-08-2011, 07:57 AM
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OK.... so the only thing I am missing is a $1000 dealer incentive? Nav $1730, loyalty $1000, .9 + $1000 still good to go?
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Old 11-08-2011, 08:12 AM
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OK.... so the only thing I am missing is a $1000 dealer incentive? Nav $1730, loyalty $1000, .9 + $1000 still good to go?
Yup and as per the Truecar right now dealers are going below invoice before the cash backs you mentioned.

Ps: on top of all this (Dont forget BMWCCA memership cash back)

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Old 11-08-2011, 08:16 AM
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Yup

Ps: on top of all this (Dont forget BMWCCA memership cash back)
Got that too, thanks.
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Old 11-08-2011, 08:21 AM
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Got that too, thanks.
Damn then you will be getting best possible price for your 5 er
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Old 11-08-2011, 09:50 AM
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Can someone confirm what's available and what is needed to qualify (specifically loyalty and dealer incentive).
  • $1730 Nav credit
  • $1000 Holiday credit
  • $1000 Loyalty credit - must have had BMWFS financing open in last 12 months
  • $1000 Dealer incentive - must have dealer willing to share with you or ??
  • $1000 BMWCCA rebate - must have been BMWCCA member for at least 365 days prior to taking delivery
  • $3365 ED discount (535i) from invoice pricing - must pick up car in Munich
  • $ 200 Training fee removal for ED - must pick up car in Munich
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Old 11-08-2011, 10:05 AM
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Can someone confirm what's available and what is needed to qualify (specifically loyalty and dealer incentive).
  • $1730 Nav credit
  • $1000 Holiday credit
  • $1000 Loyalty credit - must have had BMWFS financing open in last 12 months
  • $1000 Dealer incentive - must have dealer willing to share with you or ??
  • $1000 BMWCCA rebate - must have been BMWCCA member for at least 365 days prior to taking delivery
  • $3365 ED discount (535i) from invoice pricing - must pick up car in Munich
  • $ 200 Training fee removal for ED - must pick up car in Munich
Yes
Yes (Should use BMW finance/lease)
Yes (Not just 12 months.. as long you have BMW in house hold you should be good but i think the model year shoube be >2005 (Not sure))
Most likely not possible (As per the info i have delaer will not be wiiling to share this as they are obiliged to fo so)
yes
yes (Use BMWConfig it have very accurate European invoice prices)
yes (you shouldnt be paying anything a part from ED Invoice+ dealer profit (500 to 1000))

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Old 11-08-2011, 10:11 AM
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Can someone confirm what's available and what is needed to qualify (specifically loyalty and dealer incentive).
  • $1730 Nav credit
  • $1000 Holiday credit
  • $1000 Loyalty credit - must have had BMWFS financing open in last 12 months
  • $1000 Dealer incentive - must have dealer willing to share with you or ??
  • $1000 BMWCCA rebate - must have been BMWCCA member for at least 365 days prior to taking delivery
  • $3365 ED discount (535i) from invoice pricing - must pick up car in Munich
  • $ 200 Training fee removal for ED - must pick up car in Munich
I pulled the trigger the other day and this is what I got on a 2012:

-1730 for Navigation

- 1000 for Loyalty (I'm currently leasing so I definitely qualified, but I think if you own a 2005+ you would also qualify even if you are not currently financing or leasing)

- 1000 for Mission Drive / Holiday (I had to finance for 24 months to get this)

- 1000 for BMWCCA (but that is not from the dealer though, it is a separate rebate)

- 0.9% financing for 24 months

- MACO and Training are removed ONLY for ED (if you are doing a US delivery they are not excluded)

- Use bmw config to get the invoice price (both ED and US) and go from there...for ED just add about $1k to the price and for US add MACO and whatever profit you feel comfortable with (my accepted offer was MACO plus 500 profit)
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Old 11-08-2011, 10:33 AM
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I pulled the trigger the other day and this is what I got on a 2012:

-1730 for Navigation

- 1000 for Loyalty (I'm currently leasing so I definitely qualified, but I think if you own a 2005+ you would also qualify even if you are not currently financing or leasing)

- 1000 for Mission Drive / Holiday (I had to finance for 24 months to get this)

- 1000 for BMWCCA (but that is not from the dealer though, it is a separate rebate)

- 0.9% financing for 24 months

- MACO and Training are removed ONLY for ED (if you are doing a US delivery they are not excluded)

- Use bmw config to get the invoice price (both ED and US) and go from there...for ED just add about $1k to the price and for US add MACO and whatever profit you feel comfortable with (my accepted offer was MACO plus 500 profit)
Small Correction you don't have to take 24 months finance for 1000 rebate. As long as you take BMW finance you are eligible for the 1000$ but there is a min finance amount
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Old 11-08-2011, 10:40 AM
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Right, but it is only 0.9 for 24 months. Above that and they wanted something like 3.9%. My finance charges came out to only about $120 for 2 years, and they gave me $1k to do so!!!

In all I calculated about a 15% savings off MSRP (pre tax) on a brand new 2012. Can't wait for delivery now. Very happy

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