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      02-06-2013, 10:11 AM   #23
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Ok, so I wound up at 699 for 36 on 550xi MSport. 10,000 miles but I can buy miles for 16 cents if I need 'em which I most likely won't. Paid taxes and fees plus dealer add-ons (window tinting) up front. I'm ignorantly blissful!
Holy cow!!!

Up here in canada with $9100 down you're at $1362/mo for 36 months. All numbers plus tax of approx 13%.
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      02-06-2013, 02:14 PM   #25
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Holy cow!!!

Up here in canada with $9100 down you're at $1362/mo for 36 months. All numbers plus tax of approx 13%.
Eh, I don't feel sorry for you canoodles, one bit. lol

Canada is on a roll!
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      02-06-2013, 05:20 PM   #26
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You are finding better deals now than from 6 months ago because the LCI is coming out soon.
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Not directly responding to your post but I never ever get this concept that leasing is bad cuz you don't own anything and buying is good argument.

If the rate is the same and the residual is reasonable, unless you intend to get rid of the car before the lease is up then leasing is most likely the cheapest option out there.

But that is just me.....

I do wish that leasing was a cheap here in Canada as it is in the US.
Damn right, I'm paying just a bit under $1100 per month for a 535 Xi mSport.

Canadian lease rates suck, period.
Wow. I pay less than that for my x5m
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With leasing, it's the payment that counts. The purchase price isn't as important because, well, you're not purchasing the car.

For what it is, the payment on this 550xi seems like a really great value.
No, its never the payment that is important. All the other aspects of the deal are very important, and the payment is a by product of all the other factors. Regardless of purchase or lease.

In general, have you noticed that when you first sit down with a dealership sales person the first thing they ask you is "how much do you want to pay per month"? This is when I usually laugh and get up an walk away and ask for someone who will not insult my intelligence. But most Americans seems to think in term of payments, and once you say I'd like to pay $400 a month, they could sell you anything by playing with any of the other factors. There are many levers to an deal, but payments is not one of them
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No, its never the payment that is important. All the other aspects of the deal are very important, and the payment is a by product of all the other factors. Regardless of purchase or lease.

In general, have you noticed that when you first sit down with a dealership sales person the first thing they ask you is "how much do you want to pay per month"? This is when I usually laugh and get up an walk away and ask for someone who will not insult my intelligence. But most Americans seems to think in term of payments, and once you say I'd like to pay $400 a month, they could sell you anything by playing with any of the other factors. There are many levers to an deal, but payments is not one of them
Once again, with leasing, it's the payment and even more precisely, the total of payments, that matters most.

You can disagree with me, that's ok.
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Ok, so I wound up at 699 for 36 on 550xi MSport. 10,000 miles but I can buy miles for 16 cents if I need 'em which I most likely won't. Paid taxes and fees plus dealer add-ons (window tinting) up front. I'm ignorantly blissful!
Can you tell us the MSRP and also the negotiated sales price? On the surface this seems like a really really good deal.
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      02-07-2013, 09:26 PM   #31
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Can you tell us the MSRP and also the negotiated sales price? On the surface this seems like a really really good deal.
I leased the car out of dealer inventory. I think someone cancelled an order but I don't know that for certain. The car was pretty close to what I wanted (which isn't many options).
550xi Carbon Black
MSport
Cold Weather
Sport Auto (paddles)
Something else that cost 500 which I don't care about.

So all-in (w/destination) was ~71.5 and paid ~66.5

I think all the rest of the info is in this thread.
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I wasn't really looking for a 5 since I already have one. I was thinking more of a truck; maybe an x5.

Anyway, I wasn't aware that 550's were so loaded up with stuff that you pay for on a lot of other models like say the x5.

I usually wait for cars to come to me rather than hunt. I'm not a good hunter - I'd starve to death in the wild...
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looks like BMW doesn't want to play catch up this time. Feb Resv and MF stayed the same as Jan for 5 series but they have added $1500 lease incentive for Feb. Who ever waited are going to be happy. Thanx!
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looks like BMW doesn't want to play catch up this time. Feb Resv and MF stayed the same as Jan for 5 series but they have added $1500 lease incentive for Feb. Who ever waited are going to be happy. Thanx!
I think I only got $750. Oh, well., its only money lol


I picked the car up last Thursday. I've only driven 140 miles and now it's buried under a foot of snow lol

(M stays in garage)

Should have waited until Feb. but, my girl hooks me up and she needed Jan business.

I get the first phone call on great deals all the time. For instance - I bought a 7 month old M5 for ~30k under invoice and I got 2 years extra warranty for cost. :-$. Go, me!

And, I get unlimited floor mats lmao

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looks like BMW doesn't want to play catch up this time. Feb Resv and MF stayed the same as Jan for 5 series but they have added $1500 lease incentive for Feb. Who ever waited are going to be happy. Thanx!
One more thing: Don't get distracted by the LCI. Valve tronic is almost un-tune able and you'll pay 5 g's more for it.

They won't discount the '14's like the '13's.

But, I bet you know that already, right?

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You're right! The 1500 is on top of the 750.

The 535 is like 499 a month...lol. BMW better be careful - they're going to piss off the people paying 800.

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      02-09-2013, 04:27 PM   #36
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hmmmm

71k car with 6k down at 10k miles per year 699 per month. That's not a bad deal, but not a drop dead fantastic one.

Mine was 77k with 2k down 12 k per year 926 per month. When you do the math they are pretty close to the same over the total lease term with downs.
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71k car with 6k down at 10k miles per year 699 per month. That's not a bad deal, but not a drop dead fantastic one.

Mine was 77k with 2k down 12 k per year 926 per month. When you do the math they are pretty close to the same over the total lease term with downs.
Why are you pulling your hair out?
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One more thing: Don't get distracted by the LCI. Valve tronic is almost un-tune able and you'll pay 5 g's more for it.

They won't discount the '14's like the '13's.

But, I bet you know that already, right?

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You're right! The 1500 is on top of the 750.

The 535 is like 499 a month...lol. BMW better be careful - they're going to piss off the people paying 800.
I also got my 550 in middle of Jan and didn't get the extra incentive. But i got to use the car for extra 15 days too. I am happy and don't regret a bit for not saving even an extra $1. There will always be better incentives but u can't just wait for it and keep looking. Think of it as purchasing electronics. Prices will always drop everymonth and by that u will never be able to get anything. I enjoy riding my car everyday as i stole it. Just drive hard.
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71k car with 6k down at 10k miles per year 699 per month. That's not a bad deal, but not a drop dead fantastic one.

Mine was 77k with 2k down 12 k per year 926 per month. When you do the math they are pretty close to the same over the total lease term with downs.
Mine is a 535 so it might not be a direct comparison. But it was 70k with 12k a year for 39 months and 4500 due at signing (not including the 3850 MSDs that I get back) and the payment is $549.
It should arrive next week. But if I don't get the $500 app credit they "locked in" I can rework the numbers using the new residual and MF and make it $537 a month for 36 months at 12k. And no the $12 difference isn't going to change my life but it will piss me off if they say the $500 app credit didn't "lock" as intended. And then in total that's nearly a 1k difference.
Now I already have to think about my next car before I drive this one. Will I want to get the next one in Feb. 2016 or May of 2016?
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I was always educated to: buy used (CPO), and lease new. BMW's lose money extremely fast. Some 5 series models can lose $7k-$10k a year in value over 3 years. Just what I know form leasing for the past 7 years of different cars
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Holy cow!!!

Up here in canada with $9100 down you're at $1362/mo for 36 months. All numbers plus tax of approx 13%.
don't worry I'm paying that a month... rolled over about 20k in negative equity :facepalm:

granted I didn't give 9k down..
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Ordered mine loaded up less BO sound system and couple items and MSRP wa $78,470 and sell price was $72,470 plus there is BMW Loyalty lease cash of $1,500 bringing sale price to $70,970 plus tax and tages. I did a 36 month lease with 15k miles a year with $9k down put me at $650 a month.
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Got 550i 2013 last week. This what I got as the deal. 67445 msrp sale price 62525 2k out of pocket 2250 applied towards the down payment from BMW 36 10k a year 699 including tax 9% ca.
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Got 550i 2013 last week. This what I got as the deal. 67445 msrp sale price 62525 2k out of pocket 2250 applied towards the down payment from BMW 36 10k a year 699 including tax 9% ca.
That's a great deal for including taxes! Do that all day.
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