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Old 12-18-2017, 11:25 AM
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Invoice calculation is as follows from what is posted here:

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BMW Invoice Pricing calculation
Base vehicle US MSRP (from pricing sheets below) multiplied by 0.93
+ MACO fee $500.00 (flat rate applied to all dealers)
= Base vehicle US BMW invoice price

To figure the invoice price of your BMW as configured add -
+ Option and packages (anything you can add to the vehicle) multiplied by 0.92
+ Training fee of $180.00
+ Destination and handling charge - Currently $995
= Total vehicle invoice price +/- $10.00
Thanks, so invoice is about $69k. The deal I am currently at is $1720 over that, so I will see if I can get the deal at $70k. Fair?
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This thread hasn't been updated in awhile. Would this calculation still apply for 2020 models coming out this year, in 2nd half of 2019?

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Staring with model year (MY) 2017 BMW is changing how invoice pricing and dealer compensation works.

BMW US Invoice Pricing calculation
Base vehicle US MSRP (from pricing sheets) multiplied by 0.93
+ MACO fee $500.00 (flat rate applied to all dealers)
= Base vehicle US BMW invoice price

To figure the invoice price of your BMW as configured add -
+ Option and packages (anything you can add to the vehicle) multiplied by 0.92
+ Training fee of $180.00
+ Destination and handling charge - Currently $995
= Total vehicle invoice price +/- $10.00

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Old 01-26-2020, 04:18 PM
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As to the question on if this applies to 2020 vehicles... I was given a vehicle inquiry report with the wholesale and MSRP columns side by side. It is exactly correct, but there is rounding for each line up or down in the wholesale column to the nearest whole 5 dollar amount. Training fee of $180 in wholesale column only.

Under the columns there was a box that read: New Cars- PDI $82.60, AR $25, NDR $130, and Detail $150. This attained a subtotal of $387.60 which was added to the total wholesale to represent a total invoice cost.

Given some of the deals I read about in the lease cost threads, I'm surprised the profit margins are this thin. Hold back and incentives must be what keeps the sales staff paychecks afloat. And of course the service bay shows no mercy on their fees.
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As to the question on if this applies to 2020 vehicles... I was given a vehicle inquiry report with the wholesale and MSRP columns side by side. It is exactly correct, but there is rounding for each line up or down in the wholesale column to the nearest whole 5 dollar amount. Training fee of $180 in wholesale column only.

Under the columns there was a box that read: New Cars- PDI $82.60, AR $25, NDR $130, and Detail $150. This attained a subtotal of $387.60 which was added to the total wholesale to represent a total invoice cost.

Given some of the deals I read about in the lease cost threads, I'm surprised the profit margins are this thin. Hold back and incentives must be what keeps the sales staff paychecks afloat. And of course the service bay shows no mercy on their fees.
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