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      06-28-2012, 01:22 PM   #1
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Trading in finance for a lease

Ive been thinking about an issue lately and I wanted your guys opinions on it since I come here for all my car related inquiry's lol. I'm currently financing a 08 328xi with 17,600 on it. I always wanted the 335i convertible or the 135i but I jumped on the 328xi because I had an opportunity that was kind of hard to pass up on. What's your guys opinion on trading in my 328xi for a leased 335i convertible? I'm paying $515 a month and I need the payments to be the same price or lower
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I'm about to trade my purchased CPO 335i vert for a new F30 335i lease, payments will be a bit lower. At the end of the day it's whether you are OK with the limitations (and advantages) of a lease.
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Limitations as in like mileage? If you don't mind me asking how much did u put down?
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i've tried to trade in for a 335i coupe from a 328i and have always gotten a higher monthly quote.
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lmao I read trade fiance for a lease
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I'm about to trade my purchased CPO 335i vert for a new F30 335i lease, payments will be a bit lower. At the end of the day it's whether you are OK with the limitations (and advantages) of a lease.
How much did u put down?
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lmao I read trade fiance for a lease
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Really? I wold think it would be cheaper
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      07-03-2012, 11:27 AM   #9
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Don't put money down on a lease, but I did pay off the negative equity on my trade in.
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      07-03-2012, 01:57 PM   #10
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Don't put money down on a lease, but I did pay off the negative equity on my trade in.

That makes sense. I would do the same if I could. So, with negative equity and no money down towards the lease, how the heck did your payments become lower? lol. That sounds like a pretty good deal albeit the equity loss.
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      07-04-2012, 11:14 AM   #11
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good credit + good (and long) negotiation It all comes down to negotiated priced + getting the base (lowest?) money factor + getting the most back on your trade in + tax rate in Texas is low (especially considering the trade in).

They promised me base money factor but when I got there the numbers weren't adding up - turns out they <accidently> put the marked up money factor in the system. I had to get to the financial guys computer to figure it out and then they fixed it. Make sure you understand a lease and can do the calculations in your head, if not on your phone/ipad when you go in. My lease payment from their first offer on the car and the final payment I got was a difference of over $125/month.
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