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Old 08-05-2016, 09:46 AM
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ED M-cars allocations for 2017 delivery

My lease is up next year, and I'd like to get a head start on my next car.
I think it is time for me to get into an M-car.
So I am looking for any national dealer who can arrange for an ED with PCD re-delivery and obviously will have an allocation for a delivery around May/June 2017.
Please PM with any questions, etc.
Starting early the process so I wont get caught with "sorry, we have no allocations available, etc."
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Old 08-05-2016, 10:19 AM
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I can tell you as a matter of fact that starting your process a year before actually ordering most probably will not change the outcome of what you are trying to avoid. There is something going on with the M models, BMWAG, the dealers, allocations and production dates that is simply absurd.

Just be aware.

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My lease is up next year, and I'd like to get a head start on my next car.
I think it is time for me to get into an M-car.
So I am looking for any national dealer who can arrange for an ED with PCD re-delivery and obviously will have an allocation for a delivery around May/June 2017.
Please PM with any questions, etc.
Starting early the process so I wont get caught with "sorry, we have no allocations available, etc."
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Old 08-05-2016, 11:44 AM
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Thanks for a reply.
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I can tell you as a matter of fact that starting your process a year before actually ordering most probably will not change the outcome of what you are trying to avoid. There is something going on with the M models, BMWAG, the dealers, allocations and production dates that is simply absurd.
Yep, there is a Disturbance in the Force and something is going on. I'm going to contact my mole at NA to see what I can find out and publicly share.
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If you search hard enough, you will find a CA capable of locking up production# for you. I have my production # in mid-March for ED in August ( initial plan) which is more than 4 1/2 months in advance of pickup date.

My CA is great . I've to push the pickup date earlier to July due to spouse's work schedule , and he also makes that happened.
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I can tell you as a matter of fact that starting your process a year before actually ordering most probably will not change the outcome of what you are trying to avoid. There is something going on with the M models, BMWAG, the dealers, allocations and production dates that is simply absurd.

Just be aware.
Agreed.

I used AB from Longbeach BMW for my last M. He was straight up about allocations. ED invoice +2k. Not sure how much for PCD (American delivery)
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What Furby said. ^

AB is great and he gets allocation every few weeks. I end up going with another CA ( also referred by Furby LOL ) offering the same deal simply because he locked me with production# 4 1/2 months in advance. AB did called me a month later with allocation slot. AB is legit .
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