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X5 F15 (2014 - Current)
The all new F15 BMW X5 started production August 2013 as a 2014 model year. The new X5 arrives in sDrive35i (RWD), xDrive35i, xDrive50i and a diesel xDrive 35d.

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Old 08-05-2013, 11:25 AM
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2014 X5 Lease Rates?

Does anyone have the August RV & MF for 2014 X5? sDrive/xDrive xLine 3.5 and xLine 5.0?
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Old 08-07-2013, 01:07 PM
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Old 08-15-2013, 03:44 PM
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any updates on X5 2014 lease? Can I place an order and start production of my car ?

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Old 08-20-2013, 11:47 AM
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any updates on X5 2014 lease? Can I place an order and start production of my car ?
There are still no lease rates at this time, although I can take an order and get you a production number ASAP.

We can agree on an over Invoice amount and base the lease payments on the agreed upon amount.

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Old 09-06-2013, 02:11 PM
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Just received this from dealer, "so BMW has finally put out the rates and residuals for the 2014 X5's ....Residuals at 15000 miles per year are at 58% / 36 months. The rates are reasonable also at 3.7%. Lease factor .00165. BMW is also offering you an additional $1000 as a returning customer. Depending on the final build that should put you right around $1250-$1300 per month. "

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Just received this from dealer, "so BMW has finally put out the rates and residuals for the 2014 X5's ..Residuals at 15000 miles per year are at 58% / 36 months. The rates are reasonable also at 3.7%. BMW is also offering you an additional $1000 as a returning customer. Depending on the final build that should put you right around $1250-$1300 per month. "
What's the lease rate factor associated to get to that crazy payment?
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What's the lease rate factor associated to get to that crazy payment?
Lease Factor is .00165
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Lease Factor is .00165
Based on a config i was interested in and 1,500 over invoice offered for 36 months @ 12K, my payment close to $950.

By going with a 2014 X3 m sport fully loaded at $1,500 under, I'm at 697. While I could afford new X5, can't justify the payment.
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Just received this from dealer, "so BMW has finally put out the rates and residuals for the 2014 X5's ....Residuals at 15000 miles per year are at 58% / 36 months. The rates are reasonable also at 3.7%. Lease factor .00165. BMW is also offering you an additional $1000 as a returning customer. Depending on the final build that should put you right around $1250-$1300 per month. "
that's ridiculous.

Just wait a few months until all the typical BMW incentives kick in. There is no reason to be leasing one of the first out, unless you want to get ripped off.
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Old 09-07-2013, 06:02 PM
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Based on a config i was interested in and 1,500 over invoice offered for 36 months @ 12K, my payment close to $950.

By going with a 2014 X3 m sport fully loaded at $1,500 under, I'm at 697. While I could afford new X5, can't justify the payment.
Yeah, I would do the same. X3M isn't a bad car. (Personally prefer the Q5 or SQ5, but that's a whole another issue)

$950 for an X5 isn't worth it. Especially when I've gotten offers for ~$1000/month on a loaded Cayenne lease.
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Old 09-07-2013, 07:11 PM
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that's ridiculous.

Just wait a few months until all the typical BMW incentives kick in. There is no reason to be leasing one of the first out, unless you want to get ripped off.
My existing E70 lease is up in October so I am stuck! My dealer will extend my lease for a month or two until I get a new one delivered.

Anyone else found better deals?
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Old 09-08-2013, 12:30 AM
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BMWFS will extend your current lease upto 6 months if you getting a replacement vehicle. That will put you in April 2014 timeframe.....
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Old 09-08-2013, 05:53 AM
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At 58% and 0.00125 the lease is actually better than the X3 lease. The problem is getting the car discounted.
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Old 09-08-2013, 08:45 AM
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BMWFS will extend your current lease upto 6 months if you getting a replacement vehicle. That will put you in April 2014 timeframe.....
But that's if he orders another car BEFORE his lease expires and for some reason the new car delivery is delayed... I don't think BMWFS would extend his lease for few months simply because he's not ready to buy (for whatever reason) right at the end of his current lease...
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Old 09-09-2013, 07:13 AM
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holiday credit

Wouldn't BMW start a winter holiday credit in November? It seems like they have done this for a number of years now and I don't see why this wouldn't apply to a 2014 x5 to lower the cap cost.
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My lease is up March 2014. I refuse to pay a penny over 750 per month and just doing a build on the options I want (and have currently on my X5, nothing more nothing else) on a 35i it comes out to 1,490 dollars per month. I know that is inflated but still that is crazy. I figured if I had to order right now it would be around 900 dollars, again that is crazy. Like some one said for a few extra dollars Porsche here I come.
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Old 09-14-2013, 01:48 PM
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What MF and residual are you using? Should be 0.00125 and 58% at 36m/15k.


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Old 09-14-2013, 06:57 PM
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Something is wrong with the lease estimator for the last few days. The lease on line is WAY off. I just ordered my car, the lease estimator was more than twice what I paying. (and I put nothing down, taxes in the payment). Last week it was fine.
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Something is wrong with the lease estimator for the last few days. The lease on line is WAY off. I just ordered my car, the lease estimator was more than twice what I paying. (and I put nothing down, taxes in the payment). Last week it was fine.
It has been volatile. It's more like the BMW IT crew has been messing around with the lease module.
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I just used the estimate of the BMW site. I know its wrong/way off. They still haven't activated the build for the diesel, we still don't know what discounts are going to be in affect for the diesel.
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I don't think the lease estimator on BMW's website has ever been accurate, if one compares the payment estimates it generates with what one can get if they negotiate a good deal. Now if someone simply walks to a dealership and leases a car at whatever price they offer it at then yes, the payments should be close to what the website estimate is. Of course I hope no one, especially people on this forum would ever do that... The way I see it, the BMW lease estimator gives you the worse case scenario, you know the price you would pay with absolutely no haggling.
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Question real rates ?

I'm confused in regards to September 2014 X5 rates:

MF 0.00125 or 0.00165 or 3.7%(which is 0.00154) ?? its a big difference

Also is it 58%(15k miles) Resid for all models 50i and 35i ?

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Old 09-15-2013, 11:41 AM
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I'm confused in regards to September 2014 X5 rates:

MF 0.00125 or 0.00165 or 3.7%(which is 0.00154) ?? its a big difference

Also is it 58%(15k miles) Resid for all models 50i and 35i ?

thanks mike
That confused me also. I am looking at getting the 5.0i.
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My lease is up March 2014. I refuse to pay a penny over 750 per month and just doing a build on the options I want (and have currently on my X5, nothing more nothing else) on a 35i it comes out to 1,490 dollars per month. I know that is inflated but still that is crazy. I figured if I had to order right now it would be around 900 dollars, again that is crazy. Like some one said for a few extra dollars Porsche here I come.
My 35i M with taxes included is about 830/mo, zero down.

so that 1490 number you have there is a joke.
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My dealer confirming September rates for X5 2014 - MF 0.00125 and RV 58% for 15k miles for 50i
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