I a settlement agreement designed to keep my a$$ out of HOT H20, I have agreed to **not** post confidential "buy rates" in any public forum...RaysMD said:Jon,
Can you tell me what the preferred BMWFS financing rate is for the M3?
61 to 84 MONTHS? Shouldn't you question whether or not you can afford the car if ya have to push it out 84 months?Jon Shafer said:For 61-84 months, you have to increase the A.P.R. considerably.
Yes, there are "standard" rates that apply to cars that we need no help selling (e.g. E46 M3, M5, ..etc.), and then there are "sales support" rates for the volume models that are being pushed...Cruzer said:
John, are you telling us that BMWFS charges different rates for different cars (e.g., M3 vs. 530i). I know the M3 is expensive, but even online, rates are the same for any car under $75,000. Not questioning your word, just wondering why they would do that? Could my lower rate be based on the rate on the negotiated date in April vs. the contract date in May?