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      09-13-2012, 04:48 PM   #1
joey5622
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Is 10k off good for a 2012 m5 with 320km on it? Yes that's three hundred and twenty.

I'm being offered this deal and I feel that I should be able to get more out of it since its a 12 model and the 13 are in stock.

Someone is also offering to take over my 535xi lease. I'd end up losing a significant amount of money doing this trade tho.

I'd end up ballon financing the m5 because it seems like a better option with me being able to claim depreciation expense yearly

Any thoughts?
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      09-13-2012, 05:32 PM   #2
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Come join me, you may have known I had just crossed over and picked up my 2013 M5 two weeks ago.

I heard out in the West coast that there are many M5 sitting on dealers lot, as for this example, if dealer started to get the ball rollling by offering $10K off (about 10% off or depreciation), it's certainly not a bad offer to start. If you are serious, you can ask for $15K and go from there.

As for brand new 2013, 4% off or so would be the top discount given in Toronto ... as far as I know.



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Is 10k off good for a 2012 m5 with 320km on it? Yes that's three hundred and twenty.

I'm being offered this deal and I feel that I should be able to get more out of it since its a 12 model and the 13 are in stock.

Someone is also offering to take over my 535xi lease. I'd end up losing a significant amount of money doing this trade tho.

I'd end up ballon financing the m5 because it seems like a better option with me being able to claim depreciation expense yearly

Any thoughts?
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      09-14-2012, 01:40 PM   #3
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I agree with bobblehead. $10,000 upfront is fine but it is a model year old and a relatively small 10% off. I would think 15% off is more in line with the value of the car.
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