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Old 01-25-2018, 07:43 PM
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M5 Lease MF and Residuals

Anyone have any information on the MF and residuals for the 2018 M5? Looking at ordering one, doing a 36/10 lease.

Dealer I plan to order from quoted me a payment of $1,492 including tax with $5k down, but this seems high with that much down. I'd probably put $0 down anyway, just wondering what other people that have ordered have been quoted.

Location is Newport Beach, CA FWIW.

This would also be my first time ordering a car from factory to my specs...do you typically negotiate lease payment up front, or not until the vehicle arrives?
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Old 01-26-2018, 05:09 AM
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I have not negotiated leases up front when ordering - although I am a pretty regular customer so they don't even ask me to sign anything or give a deposit (this may be normal now - not sure). In the case of the M5 I plan to buy outright this time (car I am turning in I had leased).

You didn't say how you are optioning the car but assuming the sticker is in the $120 zip code that lease rate doesn't seem too crazy given how these will depreciate - particularly for a new model expected to be in demand.

Congrats on the order.
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Old 01-26-2018, 09:36 AM
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Sorry, sticker price around $108,200 (added moonroof, black wheels, executive package)

Online calculator on BMW USA estimates a payment around $50-100 lower than what. Was quoted, but assuming I won't have much room to negotiate since the car is so new and in demand.

Also, is it true that once you order a car you lose most of your leverage since they know you want the car and so dealers typically won't move much on price?
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Old 01-26-2018, 09:52 AM
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Sorry, sticker price around $108,200 (added moonroof, black wheels, executive package)

Online calculator on BMW USA estimates a payment around $50-100 lower than what. Was quoted, but assuming I won't have much room to negotiate since the car is so new and in demand.

Also, is it true that once you order a car you lose most of your leverage since they know you want the car and so dealers typically won't move much on price?
lease is done before order-put zero down, gap insurance is the reason
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Old 01-26-2018, 10:54 AM
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... Also, is it true that once you order a car you lose most of your leverage since they know you want the car and so dealers typically won't move much on price?
From the dealer side, I'm surprised they don't want to have a fully negotiated deal up front. I wouldn't want to special order an M5 slot and have the client walk away over price at the very end. Now I've lost an M5 allocation slot for a car that I might not build for inventory (or could have sold for someone else's order.)
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Old 01-26-2018, 11:09 AM
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Monthly is $1594 with $0 down, 36/10, $1628 drive-off. Looks like they too want to negotiate the deal for the most part up front.

Just trying to see if there's wiggle room to come down from the $1594, and if so, by how much.
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Old 02-18-2018, 03:11 PM
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Monthly is $1594 with $0 down, 36/10, $1628 drive-off. Looks like they too want to negotiate the deal for the most part up front.

Just trying to see if there's wiggle room to come down from the $1594, and if so, by how much.
Money factor also depends on your credit. Have they run it yet? The credit app is usually locked in for 60 days, so if you are further out than that...they usually wait to run the credit check.
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Old 02-20-2018, 10:44 PM
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True, but usually the MFs discussed on these forums give a pretty good gauge, and in my experience the numbers assume that people have good credit.

Are people really buying $110k+ cars with less than excellent credit?
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Old 02-21-2018, 08:06 AM
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True, but usually the MFs discussed on these forums give a pretty good gauge, and in my experience the numbers assume that people have good credit.

Are people really buying $110k+ cars with less than excellent credit?
Good point. Not sure if you get a break on MF if you are above 740 (which is what I was alluding to). If not...then you are right.
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Old 03-29-2018, 01:28 PM
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I have a White on black m5 that I just picked up from the dealer but I am now having second thoughts considering I have a new baby and can't really drive the car the way I would want to. It really sucks having all this power and not be able to utilize it. Anyone interested on taking over the car?

The MSRP was $115k with the addition of BMW m performance parts costing $9,000. So total price is a little over $124k.

This is a RARE build, white exterior, Aragon brown interior. M performance parts included are: rear diffuser, side skirts, black kidney grills, front splitter, and a spoiler. All parts are carbon fiber! This is truly a UNIQUE car and I am having second thoughts even listing it here, but I know it may be the best thing for my current situation. This combo will not be found at any dealer, I have the only one. If you don't believe me, go search yourself! If interested, let me know!
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Old 04-03-2018, 08:41 PM
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In Canada, with msrp of $125,000 CAD/$97,000USD (freight, pdi, doc fees, etc, in), 2% discount, 36 months, 12,000 miles/year, zero down, the monthly is around $2,000 (around $1,550 USD), plus taxes, interest rate is 5.9% and residual is 55%.

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Old 04-04-2018, 11:54 AM
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I have a White on black m5 that I just picked up from the dealer but I am now having second thoughts considering I have a new baby and can't really drive the car the way I would want to. It really sucks having all this power and not be able to utilize it. Anyone interested on taking over the car?

The MSRP was $115k with the addition of BMW m performance parts costing $9,000. So total price is a little over $124k.

This is a RARE build, white exterior, Aragon brown interior. M performance parts included are: rear diffuser, side skirts, black kidney grills, front splitter, and a spoiler. All parts are carbon fiber! This is truly a UNIQUE car and I am having second thoughts even listing it here, but I know it may be the best thing for my current situation. This combo will not be found at any dealer, I have the only one. If you don't believe me, go search yourself! If interested, let me know!
This is a troll, you've posted on just about every F90 thread and refuse to respond to other comments requesting pictures. Post some pics from outside of the dealer otherwise GTFO.

Also, why would someone want your car, when we can all still order brand new ones (with the exact specs of your car if that's what we want)?
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Old 07-24-2018, 09:17 AM
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Old 11-15-2018, 07:24 AM
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Any latest lease examples on a new M5 Competition? It seems prices went up the past few months, hence I am asking.
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