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Old 11-08-2008, 10:51 AM
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BMW of South Atlanta's November to Remember Sale Event

Greetings, fellow Bimmerfest members and guests!

I'm pleased to announce huge savings opportunities on 2008 BMW models for the month of November.

Firstly, I'd like to extend my thanks to all of you who have continuously supported me and allowed me to earn your valued business over the years. I feel blessed to have many of you as friends and clients.

So here goes:

In-stock Z4 3.0si: save up to $6,000 off MSRP; Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $535 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

All in-stock BMW 135i Convertibles: save up to $2,500 off MSRP; 0.9% financing available.

2008 BMW 328i Sedan Demo's: save up to $6,000 off MSRP ($43,075); Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $452 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

All in-stock 2008 BMW 335i Sedans: save up to $4,000 off MSRP with automatic transmission; Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $496 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

Two 2008 BMW 335i Convertibles: save up to $2,500 off MSRP; Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $799 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

All in-stock 2008 BMW 528i Sedans: save up to $3,500 off on models equipped with premium package; Lease example for 36 months/10k: $531 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

2008 BMW 535i Demo: save up to $7,000 off MSRP. Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $576 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

All in-stock 2008 BMW X5 4.8i models: save up to $5,000 off MSRP; Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $756 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

2008 BMW BMW X5 3.0si demo's: save up to $5,000 off MSRP; Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $567 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

All in-stock 2008 BMW 650i Coupes: save up to $6,000 off MSRP; Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $1,099 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.


2008 BMW M5 - two in-stock models available: save up to $14,000 off MSRP. Lease example for 24 months/10k as low as: $987 plus applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

All in-stock 750Li's: save up to $12,000 off Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $997 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction, MSD program available.

In-stock 2008 M3 Convertibles- only two left: up to $6,000 off MSRP : Lease example for 36 months/10k as low as $799 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction.

2008 M3 Sedan, in-stock only- one left: Up to $7,000 off MSRP Lease for 36 months/10k for as low as $732 + applicable sales tax, no cap reduction.

2008 M3 Coupe, in-stock only- one left: Up to $4,000 off MSRP Lease example for 36 months/10k for as low as $880 + applicable sale tax, no cap reduction.

2008 BMW X6 xDrive35i available: MSRP: $73,825


Please send all inquires to [email protected]. You may also reach me directly at 678-479-4615.

Thanks again for your business and support!

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Old 11-10-2008, 06:29 AM
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Old 11-13-2008, 07:01 AM
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Bump this up above the aftermarket crap.. ;-)
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Old 11-14-2008, 01:16 PM
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Some great deals Adrian! I can't wait till next year when my lease is up!
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Old 11-18-2008, 07:22 AM
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2008 BMW M5 - two in-stock models available: save up to $14,000 off MSRP. Lease example for 24 months/10k as low as: $899 plus applicable sales tax, $899 cap reduction, MSD program available.
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Old 11-18-2008, 08:15 AM
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I don't know why all site sponsors don't do this. Always helpful. I can't believe that M5 deal, someone should jump on that. $150 a month more than an M3 with no resale value risk???
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Old 11-18-2008, 08:17 AM
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I don't know why all site sponsors don't do this. Always helpful. I can't believe that M5 deal, someone should jump on that. $150 a month more than an M3 with no resale value risk???
Yeah, that deal looks awesome. I wouldn't be surprised if they are gone in no time. I think I saw the white one in the showroom when I was picking my car, sticker was around 100K.
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Old 11-19-2008, 07:22 AM
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Update

2008 BMW M5 - two in-stock models available: save up to $14,000 off MSRP. Lease example for 24 months/10k as low as: $899 plus applicable sales tax, $899 cap reduction, MSD program available.

Yow!! $900/mo. for an M5!!

Dang! It sucks to be poor... that's a great deal!
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Yow!! $900/mo. for an M5!!

Dang! It sucks to be poor... that's a great deal!
+1 The quote I got 1.5 years ago was around 1500 a month!!
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Old 11-20-2008, 10:06 AM
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+1 The quote I got 1.5 years ago was around 1500 a month!!

True...but 1.5 years ago the Dow was trading at 13,000 points and today trades around 8000 points. 1.5 years ago people had not lost trillions in the stock market and unemployment was not 6.5% and rising as I type this message. 1.5 years ago the Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns were still around and the Big Three were not begging Congress for 25 billion or face bankruptcy. 1.5 years ago Washington Mutual and Wachovia were still independent and thriving banks. These deals are great, but lets not forget that they are proof of just how bad the market has gotten. At this rate of discount Adrian's dealership is actually PAYING somebody to take this car off their hands before they end up having to auction it off at a 30k loss. There was a time I would have taken this deal....hell there was a time I would have done it for 1200 a month, but now I just cannot justify a 1000 a month payment (tax included and a bump to a more realistic 15k miles a year) along with 10 MPG when the economy is loosing wealth at the rate it is.

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Old 11-20-2008, 11:32 AM
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Btw Adrian, it seems that your web page has changed slightly. I think that a few months ago it was possible to look at each car in the inventory and see specs and installed options but that is no longer possible. I wonder if it's a temporary glitch or a deliberate change. I've noticed similar small interface changes on other dealers' websites that make navigation through the inventory a little more difficult. Sorry for the offtopic, just wanted to bring it up to your attention although you are probably aware of it.
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Btw Adrian, it seems that your web page has changed slightly. I think that a few months ago it was possible to look at each car in the inventory and see specs and installed options but that is no longer possible. I wonder if it's a temporary glitch or a deliberate change. I've noticed similar small interface changes on other dealers' websites that make navigation through the inventory a little more difficult. Sorry for the offtopic, just wanted to bring it up to your attention although you are probably aware of it.
I noticed that as well. Alot of dealer sites don't list options of the cars in inventory. United dealership in Atlanta area do list all the options as well as have photos of the actual cars.
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