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      09-26-2011, 12:22 PM   #1
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2011 335 xDrive Coupe loaded - price

Wondering what you all thought regarding the price of a used 2011 335i xDrive Coupe.

It's loaded with everything (including m-tech), and has the original warranty. Has 16k miles on it. Price of $45,000. The dealer really won't budge below this.

Thanks for any help!
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      09-28-2011, 01:25 PM   #2
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Wondering what you all thought regarding the price of a used 2011 335i xDrive Coupe.

It's loaded with everything (including m-tech), and has the original warranty. Has 16k miles on it. Price of $45,000. The dealer really won't budge below this.

Thanks for any help!
I leased mine, fully loaded m package with 12k miles a year with the performance edition MSRP $55,580.00 and I got it for $48500.00. Car is brand new with 9 miles. You can do better.
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      09-28-2011, 02:25 PM   #3
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Yeah, you can definitely do better. Use truecar.com to find the invoice pricing of the packages and the car and see which dealer can give you the best pricing under invoice.

Also, order a new vehicle now and there's a credit for the navigation unit (confirmed at two local BMW dealers), so you'll be getting the unit for free, as well as the AWD credit of $1840. And depending on how you configure the car, with the free navigation unit, you'll see a drop in price for the cold weather package as well. Just build your car on www.bmwusa.com and tou can see the MSRP pricing of the nav unit to be $0 while some other packages might drop as well.

I've priced out a completely loaded 335i RWD sedan (Prm, cold, msport, metallic paint, nav @ $0, harman kardon, comfort access, and few other stuff) at $52,500 MSRP. Best price I received using truecar.com is $2314 ($1000 dealer cash and $1304 auto trans credit option) under invoice. Working out the invoice value of my configured car came out to be around $48,631. With the dealer cash and credit, it comes out to $46,317. That's over $6k off MSRP and for a new car! Definitely do your research. It can save you a few grand.
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      09-29-2011, 01:56 AM   #4
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Did they say how long the navigation credit is going to last for?

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Yeah, you can definitely do better. Use truecar.com to find the invoice pricing of the packages and the car and see which dealer can give you the best pricing under invoice.

Also, order a new vehicle now and there's a credit for the navigation unit (confirmed at two local BMW dealers), so you'll be getting the unit for free, as well as the AWD credit of $1840. And depending on how you configure the car, with the free navigation unit, you'll see a drop in price for the cold weather package as well. Just build your car on www.bmwusa.com and tou can see the MSRP pricing of the nav unit to be $0 while some other packages might drop as well.

I've priced out a completely loaded 335i RWD sedan (Prm, cold, msport, metallic paint, nav @ $0, harman kardon, comfort access, and few other stuff) at $52,500 MSRP. Best price I received using truecar.com is $2314 ($1000 dealer cash and $1304 auto trans credit option) under invoice. Working out the invoice value of my configured car came out to be around $48,631. With the dealer cash and credit, it comes out to $46,317. That's over $6k off MSRP and for a new car! Definitely do your research. It can save you a few grand.
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      09-29-2011, 05:43 AM   #5
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Did they say how long the navigation credit is going to last for?
No, but most likely until the end of October since that's when they will be stopping the production run of the current model year 3 series.
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I dont think its free, BMW USA doesnt know about it and dealers here localy say its not free. If you build your car, on the right side it says 0 but it adds it at the bottom line of the MSRP.
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      10-12-2011, 11:51 PM   #7
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Sorry to change the subject, but can you still build a 2011 3 series?

I only get the 2012's on BMWUSA.

By the way Kudos to you if you got free nav! That's a heck of a savings (unless you didn't want it )
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