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Old 05-20-2013, 12:36 PM
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Readt to pull the trigger on a 2013 vert. Need your opinion!

Hi guys:

I've just received this deal on a 2013 335i convertible. Please let me know your thoughts as to whether or not this is as good as I can get:

2013 BMW 335i Conv
Exterior: Deep Sea Blue Metallic
Interior: Coral Red/Black Dakota Leather
Trim: Aluminum
Transmission: STEPTRONIC automatic transmission
Cold Weather Pkg (No ZMP)
Premium Package
Convenience Package
Heated steering wheel (included / no charge)
Comfort Access keyless entry (included / no charge)
Heated front seats (included / no charge)
Park distance control (included / no charge)
Navigation system
BMW Assist w/Bluetooth System (included / no charge)
Sirius Radio

Type: Lease
Term: 24 Months
Miles per year: 18,000 miles/year
Tax State: NY

MSRP: $60,475
Negotiated price:$54,300 with all incentives built in
Monthly payment: $775
No money down, most fees and all tax built in
$870 due at signing (DMV, plates, tire,Doc)

Thoughts???
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Old 05-20-2013, 01:18 PM
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I know you were just told to post this here from the F30 forum, but you might also want to ask about incentives in the Ask a Dealer forum. There have been reports of the E92 coupe and E93 'vert selling at discounts in the neighborhood of $10k +/-. There could be "build out" manufacturer-to-dealer incentives, aka "trunk money", that the dealership is not required to disclose to the public.

Absent any additional trunk money I'd say that selling price looks pretty good. Good luck.
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Old 05-20-2013, 01:22 PM
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Thanks. While there could be trunk money, all that I've been able to determine is $1500 cash back on leases and $750 for loyalty=$2250 discount on top of sales price to me.
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Old 05-20-2013, 01:31 PM
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There's a USAA incentive if you're a member.
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Old 05-20-2013, 06:04 PM
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The price seems pretty good IF that is the total cost and not knowing if there are any hidden credits. I paid about $1k less total on a similar car in September (about $280 higher MSRP) and it was a European delivery, purchased, not leased. However, there were no incentives at the time and we were not as close to finishing out the E93 run.

USAA discount is $1500, but not sure if it is combinable with the other offers. Don't know about $10k discounts on verts, but if someone can furnish specifics to verify that I am sure you would find that helpful.

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Old 05-20-2013, 07:39 PM
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Thanks for the response.
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Old 05-20-2013, 08:34 PM
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Took Delivery in May

My deal was with a 335is Conv and MSRP $69,250

I put 4k down and payment was $700 on 36 month lease

The key is the money factor. That will tell you what the interest charge is

If you multiply the money factor by 2400 it will tell you the interest rate that you are paying

Look at the residual value and subtract that out from the MSRP minus your discounts

That will tell you what the principal is for the 24 payments

Make sure they are not screwing you on the residual or money factor

I got more than just the 1500 cash back and no loyalty fee I am guessing I got another couple of thousand of discount and I ordered my from the factory and did not take from the dealer inventory.

The interest I am paying is about 3%
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:46 PM
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Sounds a little high.

You're paying $19,470 for 2 yrs' worth of use.

I just bought a $55,400 MSRP 2013 328i convert last month for $2500 equity trade in, no more $ down, & $526 / month, so I'm paying $21,426 for 3 yr's worth of use. But you're driving a $5000 more expensive car & 335 instead of 328, for 2 instead of 3 yrs.

Another way to look at it is:
yours: $19470 divided by 24 = $811 / month

mine: $21426 divided by 36 = $595 / month

Also look at BMW's offer:
http://www.bmwusa.com/standard/conte...regiontypeid=4
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