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      04-06-2013, 08:22 AM   #23
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Pulled the trigger. Should be a sweet ride.
Lemans blue/black interior
premium pkg
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MSRP $60095, zero down, 36 month/10k, $585/month

I'll be posting some parts off my '11 E90 shortly
LMB335IS,

When I first read your post...I grinned. After reading several more posts, I opened my Excel spreadsheet (homemade lease calculator) and sure enough...your numbers were NOT correct. They are actually - $583.53. Please go back to the dealer and get your $1.47 refund. Bravo - well done!

CONGRATULATIONS on a great deal. I too, recently took delivery of a new 335IS. I looked at other brands - MB, Lexus, Audi, Corvette, another Porsche, but BMW had a very, very sharp pencil. Enjoy your new car.

Love the deal, not the car.

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      04-06-2013, 08:36 AM   #24
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^ I caught the discrepancy a while ago Devil Dog. They tried to slide a extra .00002 on the money factor and I called them on it. Congrats on your 335is as well. Frankly, it was the only vehicle in the BMW stable I was considering. The new M3/4 was too far out and I won't buy another N55.

You have to be able to walk away if the #'s aren't right. It's one of your best negotiating tools.

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      04-06-2013, 10:56 AM   #25
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Great deal man, if the lease factors are correct the payment is spot on. You still had to pay inceptions though right?
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oh yeah. not much you can do about those other than make sure they're not marking up the acquisition fee(which they tried) and making up other ones. I know they throw some profit on the legit ones but its almost impossible to determine how much. The $500 Turn key credit I'll get will help drive down my start up costs nicely
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You almost always get a better deal when your getting another lease. Not to mention in my case they are making the last 3 payments on my old lease. Saves me from paying 3 months of miles I would have gone over. I also got somthing like 2k in discounts for lease/loyalty. Got the same car I had before with 2k more options for the same payment.
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      04-19-2013, 11:18 PM   #29
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Here, let me hand feed.

MSRP 60095
my price. 56607
cap cost red 2282.90
adj cap cst. 54324.43
this is the # the payment is based on. cap cost reduction is factory incentives.
MF is. 0013 and residual is 65% on a 36/10k lease. sales tax is 7% . Use a lease calc and figure it out.
that's an incredible deal..! the discount and interest rate is actually nothing special, but how the hell did you get a 65% residual value!??

Here in Canada, the residual value is 49% for the same lease term! (36month/16000km per year)
Did you negotiate on the residual value too? I thought they were all fixed from BMW NA!

65% vs 49% residual basically means you saved $10,000+ over your 36 month lease payment.
And there is no way your car will be worth $40K at the end of the lease term, which means BMW Financial fucked up their numbers
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      04-19-2013, 11:49 PM   #30
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that's an incredible deal..! the discount and interest rate is actually nothing special, but how the hell did you get a 65% residual value!??

Here in Canada, the residual value is 49% for the same lease term! (36month/16000km per year)
Did you negotiate on the residual value too? I thought they were all fixed from BMW NA!

65% vs 49% residual basically means you saved $10,000+ over your 36 month lease payment.
And there is no way your car will be worth $40K at the end of the lease term, which means BMW Financial fucked up their numbers
The discount was pretty good for a custom ordered car and that's the base rate for a top tier BMWFS customer so that's as low as it gets.

The residual is non-negotiable. You are correct, it is fixed by BMW. Why the big difference, I have no idea but the Great White North is getting screwed at 49%.

As far as it's value at the end of three years BMW is just making a educated guess. In my particular instance, at the end of my lease I'll have less than 20k miles on it, it will be immaculate, the last of the E92's, the last of the
N54's(I think), and one of only a 3 yr model run, making it pretty exclusive. I'll be able to $40k plus all day long. For example, I leased a 03 20th Anniversary GTI for 3yrs. MSRP was 22k. Bought out the lease, residual was $14k. Drove it 2 more yrs and sold it for $15k. Desirability and the market at the time really drive the value at any particular time. I'll probably buy out the lease and keep it for a bit or sell it and make a little $.
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saw this car in person tonight. absolute beauty!
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