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      02-16-2009, 01:16 PM   #4
henryhsu
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CPO, in my humble opinion.

You have to spend a lot of time on bmwusa.com looking at inventory, but there you will find some low-mileage vehicles out there coming off 24 or 36 month leases.

Last week, I got a quote from a dealer for a 2007 e92 328xi at $27,500 [their internet price on the website was $29,999]; with just 15,000 miles on it (options: auto trans, premium, and cold weather). That's 35% off of new MSRP for a vehicle that is virtually indistinguishable from new.

While 2007 e92xi's don't qualify for the 0.9% financing; if you plug in the numbers, the savings is still very significant with a CPO.