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Old 12-18-2012, 07:35 PM
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Is this a good lease deal? 2013 328xi

Hi all,

I'm hoping to get some advice on a lease deal that I've been offered. It seems a little high to me, but maybe I am missing something.

Quick Rundown:

MSRP: $46,495
Seattle, WA: 9.8% Tax
Monthly: $553 for 39 months, 10k miles
Money Factor: 0.0017 (subtract 0.00049 for 7 MSD program)
Residual: 60% (39 mo / 10k miles)



And now the details:

$46,495 - MSRP
-$2,240 - Dealer Negotiated Discount (4.8% off)
-$1,000 - Team USA Voucher (still valid on the xdrive, combinable with holiday cash - coming up...)

$43,255 Sale Price
+ $925 Lease Acquisition Fee
+ $11 Adjustments
$1,000 Holiday Cash
-$89 Tax on Holiday Cash (Washington Law)
-$219 Licensing
-$150 Documentation Fee
-$553 First Months Payment
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$44,191 Cap Cost

Money Factor: 0.00121 (including the 0.00049 adjustment for 7 security deposits)
Residual: 60% at 39 months, 10k miles
Tax: 9.8%



$553 per Month

$4,200 security deposits
$0 First Month Payment
$0 Other Fees (that I know of)

Any advice you can give on how to make this a better deal would be appreciated.
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Old 12-18-2012, 08:18 PM
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The MF you are being quoted (.00170) is being marked up to the max. The base MF is .00130. Also use BMWConfig.com to find the invoice pricing and add $500 to $1000 to that for a ballpark for pricing not including any incentives.
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