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      12-24-2007, 01:46 AM   #1
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Questions about pricing on E93...

Hey all! I'm pretty new to the forums. I have never bought a new BMW before and would like some input from you guys. I have built a 335i Convertible as follows:

Base: $49,100
SG: $475
Comfort Access: $500
Heated Seats: $500
Nav: $2,100
Aero Kit: $ 1,195
Destination: $775

Total MSRP: $ 54,645

My question is, based on how much you guys have paid, how much do you think I can bring this price down? Could someone give me a ballpark on how much I can expect to pay? I know it depends on the dealer, but I would like to know based on how much you guys paid for your E93's. Thanks!
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      12-24-2007, 10:41 AM   #2
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You're right to assume that pricing varies by dealer and region. For me, I paid $1k uner MSRP for a 328i E93 in SoCal (ordered from the factory, not bought off the lot). Prices here ranged from $1k under MSRP to over sticker.

If you can get lucky and find a car on the lot, a dealer is more likely to discount price, but deals are still very difficult to come by for any E92 or E93.
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you may want to consider adding the Sports and Premium packages.... most cars come with it
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      12-24-2007, 02:20 PM   #4
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I just ordered my e93 335i last week (yay!) so I thought I'd chime in here. After some negotiating, I received 2k off MSRP. Here are the options I picked:

Sport
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It may be the time of year, but most dealers were willing to discount at least 1,250-1,500.

I can't wait til Feb to pick up my car!
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OP: I think you found it already on bimmerfest.com, but do ED and save a load on the e93 that's the only way that I'm able to afford it.

My car specs out to MSRP over $55K.
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      12-25-2007, 10:47 AM   #6
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Yea I did find it, CALIF65GM. I decided to go with an ED E92. I'm just trying to figure out the pricing! Thanks for the info
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Definitely do an ED if you have some time,you'll save the most amount of money and have the trip of a lifetime.You can also purchase from anyone in the country.
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Please don't order this car without sports and premium....I am afraid you will regret not having them, not to mention they will help you should you ever resell the car. Good Luck!
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Have you considered a central of east coat dealer?

I have a 335 convertible (e93). I bought mine in October and received a discount of almost 3K. If you can find a car on the water or in stock, you can have it trucked to you and still pay a lot less than it seems the california prices still are.

Mine is very, very loaded (60K-sticker), but they had the car for me in 2 weeks so I accepted a couple of options I didn't really need. I must say however that the active steering is kind of nice. The HD radio is useless where I live.

The sport and premium packages are very nice and I would suggest them as well.
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