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Hi everyone! I was wondering if this sounds like a fair lease rate to you:

325xi, manual, xenon, Power Seats/Memory, Sirius, ColdWeather, CA, mud flaps, floor mats.... red/tan leatherette.... includes taxes, lic, sec. dep. (Westchester NY, 36mo, 15k/year), $580/mo.

Never leased and getting nervous as I've read so many conflicting posts... Thanks for the help!!!!! :dunno:
 

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Hi everyone! I was wondering if this sounds like a fair lease rate to you:

325xi, manual, xenon, Power Seats/Memory, Sirius, ColdWeather, CA, mud flaps, floor mats.... red/tan leatherette.... includes taxes, lic, sec. dep. (Westchester NY, 36mo, 15k/year), $580/mo.

Never leased and getting nervous as I've read so many conflicting posts... Thanks for the help!!!!! :dunno:
Figure out the numbers by using the tools available here in Bimmerfest and then you can be educated enough to know if you're getting screwed or not. Calculating leases is not rocket science. :)
 

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Try reading through this:
http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/showthread.php?t=60089

Also study up on leasing before going to a dealer and saying I want to lease this car. Its a more complicated transaction than finacing and being informed will help prevent you from make a mistake or being taken advantage of.

You could scope the Ask-A-Dealer forum, there are a lot of helpful people there that are really well informed. Plus they might be able to recomend a good dealer in your area.
http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=20

You could also check out http://www.leasecompare.com/

Download this excel spreadsheet http://www.carbuyingtips.com/regm.xls
You can use this excel spreadsheet to check the numbers on any lease offer. If you can try to bring it with you on a laptop when setting up your lease just so that you can keep the numbers straight and understand what kind of deal you are being given.
 

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Rule of thumb....if you have to ask if its "a good deal", then no its probably not.

Its very easy nowadays with all the information readily available to know if you are getting a good deal. With about 20 minutes of research, you should be able to answer the question yourself.
 
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