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Old 06-14-2017, 10:22 PM
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Old 06-17-2017, 08:21 PM
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I was planning to special-order a 2017 330i and build a Melbourne Red/Coral Red Dakota leather configuration + specific packages/options. Plans were derailed when I noticed several new unsold 2016 328i sedans at a local dealership. Turns out they had roughly 45 2016s in various 3-series guise. Many were in seemingly unpopular combinations and all were deeply discounted. (Auto Nation "no haggle" dealer) I settled on the following:

328i Melbourne Red/Venetian Beige leather
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MSRP = $51,510 less "no haggle" discount of $10,000
Trade was a 2013 Lexus ES300h and negotiated $1000 over appraised valuation.
Philosophically not a fan of leasing, so wrote a check for $25K and drove away. Interestingly, this was one of three on the lot of identical build!

I realize there are many angles to view a deal, and this one seemed reasonable for the waiver of the Coral Red and acceptance of a few unsought options. Certainly could have negotiated a significant MSRP reduction from a special order at the end of the 2017 cycle, and a 2016 likely has 95% of the goodness of a 2017! These vehicles seem to have significant drive-off depreciation, and no doubt a low-mile 2016 may be had for a steep discount. A subtle advantage learned by perusing the forum is that model-year 2017 reduced the included maintenance plan to 3yrs/36,000 from the previous 4/50.

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Old 06-23-2017, 10:40 PM
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Hoping to get some of your thoughts. I'm being offered a lease agreement for a new 2017 330i xdrive:

link to build: https://www.bmwusa.com/byo.html#!/bu...kages/ddpt9uqq

MSRP: 50345
10k/yr for 36 months
$449/month
Drive off: $1500 (DMV, first month, etc).

I calculated the lease payment estimate using the guide we have here and I actually ended up with a higher payment (around $541/month). I guess what I'm really asking is the deal above too good to be true? Am I missing something here? I calculated the invoice price for this model and it came out to be at $47,485 and truecar average has it at $45,156 in my area. Any insight or input from you guys is much appreciated.
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Old 06-23-2017, 10:40 PM
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Hoping to get some of your thoughts. I'm being offered a lease agreement for a new 2017 330i xdrive:

link to build: https://www.bmwusa.com/byo.html#!/bu...kages/ddpt9uqq

MSRP: 50345
10k/yr for 36 months
$449/month
Drive off: $1500 (DMV, first month, etc).

I calculated the lease payment estimate using the guide we have here and I actually ended up with a higher payment (around $541/month). I guess what I'm really asking is the deal above too good to be true? Am I missing something here? I calculated the invoice price for this model and it came out to be at $47,485 and truecar average has it at $45,156 in my area. Any insight or input from you guys is much appreciated.
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Old 06-24-2017, 08:59 AM
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Hoping to get some of your thoughts. I'm being offered a lease agreement for a new 2017 330i xdrive:

link to build: https://www.bmwusa.com/byo.html#!/bu...kages/ddpt9uqq

MSRP: 50345
10k/yr for 36 months
$449/month
Drive off: $1500 (DMV, first month, etc).

I calculated the lease payment estimate using the guide we have here and I actually ended up with a higher payment (around $541/month). I guess what I'm really asking is the deal above too good to be true? Am I missing something here? I calculated the invoice price for this model and it came out to be at $47,485 and truecar average has it at $45,156 in my area. Any insight or input from you guys is much appreciated.
Maybe i am missing it, but where is the actual selling price of the car? What money factor is being used by the dealer to reach that monthly? What fees are included in that 1500?

All you put was a MSRP and a monthly payment for 10k a year miles for 3 years.
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Old 06-24-2017, 09:51 AM
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Hoping to get some of your thoughts. I'm being offered a lease agreement for a new 2017 330i xdrive:

link to build: https://www.bmwusa.com/byo.html#!/bu...kages/ddpt9uqq

MSRP: 50345
10k/yr for 36 months
$449/month
Drive off: $1500 (DMV, first month, etc).

I calculated the lease payment estimate using the guide we have here and I actually ended up with a higher payment (around $541/month). I guess what I'm really asking is the deal above too good to be true? Am I missing something here? I calculated the invoice price for this model and it came out to be at $47,485 and truecar average has it at $45,156 in my area. Any insight or input from you guys is much appreciated.
I can't do an apples-to-apples comparison, but you're paying $30,000 and you have nothing after three years. It is a totally loaded car, I'll grant you that, and maybe you really love it. But why not look for an unsold 2016 or a one or two year-old car with 6,000-10,000 miles? You'll pay about the same and then you'll own it.
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Old 06-24-2017, 10:16 AM
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I can't do an apples-to-apples comparison, but you're paying $30,000 and you have nothing after three years. It is a totally loaded car, I'll grant you that, and maybe you really love it. But why not look for an unsold 2016 or a one or two year-old car with 6,000-10,000 miles? You'll pay about the same and then you'll own it.


But why? Then you'll own a car that needs a bunch of maintenance because it's getting old. No thanks. He's asking if his deal adds up, not if you think he should purchase or lease.
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Old 06-24-2017, 11:37 AM
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Maybe i am missing it, but where is the actual selling price of the car? What money factor is being used by the dealer to reach that monthly? What fees are included in that 1500?

All you put was a MSRP and a monthly payment for 10k a year miles for 3 years.
Sorry about that. True car value around my area is at $45,156. I'm not so sure about the money factor though..

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Old 06-24-2017, 12:50 PM
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Sorry about that. True car value around my area is at $45,156. I'm not so sure about the money factor though..

Thank you.
Hello,

I am not asking what true car valued the car. I am asking at what the dealership is offering to sell it to you for, which It seems like you dont know.

What is the selling price of the car?
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Old 06-24-2017, 01:03 PM
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Hello,

I am not asking what true car valued the car. I am asking at what the dealership is offering to sell it to you for, which It seems like you dont know.

What is the selling price of the car?
Selling price is $44,680. So to summarize:

MSRP: $50,345
Selling price: $44,680
10k/yr for 36 months
$449/month
Down: $0
Drive-off: $1500

Hope this helps.

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Old 06-24-2017, 01:21 PM
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Selling price is $44,680. So to summarize:

MSRP: $50,345
Selling price: $44,680
10k/yr for 36 months
$449/month
Down: $0
Drive-off: $1500

Hope this helps.
The selling price looks decent, but (at least for me) I can not gauge a deal unless I know what is happening. So, the additional information I feel is needed is:

1. What is included in the 1500 drive offs? (like the actual break down that adds up to 1500... both official and unofficial fees such as registration, doc fee etc. I suspect that the 1500 does not include the lease acquisition fee for example, but we dont know...

2. What is the money factor (interest rate for leases) used in the quote?

3. Are you getting any sort of corporate discount, etc? Any other incentives being used in your quote?

You say you "calculated the lease payment". if you did so, you would have had to include a money factor in any lease calculation. So, what exactly did you calculate to get to your figure? Its obviously off as its 100 different than the dealers, but in order to evaluate it, the above is the minimum I would need. Maybe others can give you an opinion without that information if you dont want to provide it.

Like I said, sales price looks good, but sales price is just 1 piece of the deal. Interest rate / money factor, and fees are other big parts that tend to get hidden (like in your deal because I am assuming you dont have a breakdown of the fees, nor the money factor or you would have posted it)
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Old 06-25-2017, 10:27 AM
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Is this price right on a new 330i?

Hi Folks

Being a first time BMW buyer, wanted to get some inputs to see if the price is right?

2017 330i (Driver Assistance, White metallic, black interior, Premium package, Navigation System, Heated front seat, Apple car)

Here is what the dealer is coating

MSRP $46800
Suggested price $44300
Sale price $43400
Employee discount $2500
Final price $40900 +Fees

She does not want to deal a price which is lower than this.

Any suggestions/inputs welcome

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Old 06-26-2017, 09:06 AM
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Im a lease broker and that deal looks good, its about what im seeing. That is to vinny.

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Old 06-26-2017, 09:43 AM
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The selling price looks decent, but (at least for me) I can not gauge a deal unless I know what is happening. So, the additional information I feel is needed is:

1. What is included in the 1500 drive offs? (like the actual break down that adds up to 1500... both official and unofficial fees such as registration, doc fee etc. I suspect that the 1500 does not include the lease acquisition fee for example, but we dont know...

2. What is the money factor (interest rate for leases) used in the quote?

3. Are you getting any sort of corporate discount, etc? Any other incentives being used in your quote?

You say you "calculated the lease payment". if you did so, you would have had to include a money factor in any lease calculation. So, what exactly did you calculate to get to your figure? Its obviously off as its 100 different than the dealers, but in order to evaluate it, the above is the minimum I would need. Maybe others can give you an opinion without that information if you dont want to provide it.

Like I said, sales price looks good, but sales price is just 1 piece of the deal. Interest rate / money factor, and fees are other big parts that tend to get hidden (like in your deal because I am assuming you dont have a breakdown of the fees, nor the money factor or you would have posted it)
Thanks for the replies everyone. I was able to get more info which should help, thanks for breaking it down for me really well. To summarize with additional info:

MSRP: 50345
Selling price: 43620
Money factor: .00130
10k / 36 months
449/mo
Down: 0
Drive-off: $1500 (this includes all fees: DMV, doc, first month, acquisition)

The only incentive I know of is the the dealership is offering $2k off which is part of the quote. No other incentives are being added.

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Old 06-26-2017, 01:22 PM
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Thanks for the replies everyone. I was able to get more info which should help, thanks for breaking it down for me really well. To summarize with additional info:

MSRP: 50345
Selling price: 43620
Money factor: .00130
10k / 36 months
449/mo
Down: 0
Drive-off: $1500 (this includes all fees: DMV, doc, first month, acquisition)

The only incentive I know of is the the dealership is offering $2k off which is part of the quote. No other incentives are being added.

Thanks again.
that looks pretty solid, with the exception that if you are being quoted .00130 on the MF that means they are quoting you on a corporate discount (either corporate discount, or some sort of affiliation that provides the corporate discount). If thats the case, that means your number also includes a 1500 discount for corporate discount for leasing. If not, I am not sure how they are getting to .00130 MF number since base rate right now is .00150 (unless you locked in earlier?)

I havent run it through a lease calculator but it looks pretty solid all around.
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Old 06-27-2017, 05:50 AM
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Im a lease broker and that deal looks good, its about what im seeing. That is to vinny.
So, if you don't mind, I'm curious. When I was searching SwapALease recently, I saw a bunch of ads from brokers such as yourself for competitive leasing deals. How do you make your money on those deals, is it just the spread between what the car sells for and the lease amount, or commission from the leasing company, or something else? I'm just curious because it does seem like a good alternative from conventional "go to the dealer and make your best deal" with potentially fewer fees and less hassle.
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Old 06-27-2017, 06:18 AM
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So, if you don't mind, I'm curious. When I was searching SwapALease recently, I saw a bunch of ads from brokers such as yourself for competitive leasing deals. How do you make your money on those deals, is it just the spread between what the car sells for and the lease amount, or commission from the leasing company, or something else? I'm just curious because it does seem like a good alternative from conventional "go to the dealer and make your best deal" with potentially fewer fees and less hassle.
nyclife has posted an answer to that exact question before. Here is the answer he posted before...


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Every Broker works differently. Some get a kickback/cut off the top from the dealer and have to meet monthly quotas on how many cars the move. I charge a flat fee to the customer as I don't feel comfortable with people not knowing how much I get paid and want them to get the best deal (happens with the kickback). My fee is 200. I charge 100 when the customer accepts the car and the price for that car. Another 100 when the deal is signed. For whatever reason, if the deal doesn't go through but they've paid me the first 100 I can find them up to four more deals. Like I said, this is just how I operate in no way is it uniform to the lease brokering market.
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Old 06-28-2017, 04:41 AM
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Just agreed to a deal to take delivery of a car tomorrow, 6/30.

MSRP - $48,950

Selling price - $42,175 (including a corporate fleet discount and a $1,000 promo code I got from a BMW event)

36 months / 10K miles

62% residual and 0.00130 money factor (discounted MF for corporate fleet)

$397 per month

Due at signing, approx $2900 including tax of $1240, bank fee of $925, first month payment of $397, doc fee of $75 + registration, state inspection etc. I may roll the taxes into the lease, but I prefer to negotiate the deal on just the car with nothing down so that it's easier to compare deals.
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Old 07-13-2017, 06:43 PM
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Got this quote for a BMW 340i xDrive

MSRP: $60,595
Selling Price: $56,595
Residual: 59%
MF: 0.00180
36 months / 15K miles
Drive off: $5,000
$796/mo

This seems way high compared to some of the other deals in this thread. This is my first stab at a luxury sedan but I would've expected an M car for ~$800/mo.
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Got this quote for a BMW 340i xDrive

MSRP: $60,595
Selling Price: $56,595
Residual: 59%
MF: 0.00180
36 months / 15K miles
Drive off: $5,000
$796/mo

This seems way high compared to some of the other deals in this thread. This is my first stab at a luxury sedan but I would've expected an M car for ~$800/mo.
MF is high, and for a M3 or 4 your payment would be close to a grand a money.
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Hi All,

Just got this below quote and am doing some research to see if it's a great/good/crap deal before deciding to keep negotiating or walk away on a custom build 440i xDrive

Appreciate your advice all

Cheers!

MSRP: $61,335.00
Price you were quoted: $57,135.00
Year/Model: 2018 440i xDrive
Options/Packages: Mineral Gray/Coral Red/Burl Walnut , 6MT trans, Executive/M-Sport/Premium Packages , Heated Steering Wheel , Apple CarPlay , Active Blind Spot Detection
Other Pertinent Information: Corporate Fleet incentive + previous 5 series purchased there so some relationship already with this CA. No cap cost reduction. All due at sign is tax + fees.

NY (Long Island) lease w/tax upfront

Monthly Payment: $755.01 (36 months / 10k per year miles)
Due at sign: $4,374 ($2,344 in Tax & the rest are fees)
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Hi All,

Just got this below quote and am doing some research to see if it's a great/good/crap deal before deciding to keep negotiating or walk away on a custom build 440i xDrive

Appreciate your advice all

Cheers!

MSRP: $61,335.00
Price you were quoted: $57,135.00
Year/Model: 2018 440i xDrive
Options/Packages: Mineral Gray/Coral Red/Burl Walnut , 6MT trans, Executive/M-Sport/Premium Packages , Heated Steering Wheel , Apple CarPlay , Active Blind Spot Detection
Other Pertinent Information: Corporate Fleet incentive + previous 5 series purchased there so some relationship already with this CA. No cap cost reduction. All due at sign is tax + fees.

NY (Long Island) lease w/tax upfront

Monthly Payment: $755.01 (36 months / 10k per year miles)
Due at sign: $4,374 ($2,344 in Tax & the rest are fees)
That's my mortgage Payment. LOL

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Hi All,

Just got this below quote and am doing some research to see if it's a great/good/crap deal before deciding to keep negotiating or walk away on a custom build 440i xDrive

Appreciate your advice all

Cheers!

MSRP: $61,335.00
Price you were quoted: $57,135.00
Year/Model: 2018 440i xDrive
Options/Packages: Mineral Gray/Coral Red/Burl Walnut , 6MT trans, Executive/M-Sport/Premium Packages , Heated Steering Wheel , Apple CarPlay , Active Blind Spot Detection
Other Pertinent Information: Corporate Fleet incentive + previous 5 series purchased there so some relationship already with this CA. No cap cost reduction. All due at sign is tax + fees.

NY (Long Island) lease w/tax upfront

Monthly Payment: $755.01 (36 months / 10k per year miles)
Due at sign: $4,374 ($2,344 in Tax & the rest are fees)
what MF are they charging you as well as RV?
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