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      10-31-2009, 09:46 PM   #1
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Any BMW dealers that can help on price???

I want to get a 335i coupe because it appears right now you can lease one for less then a sedan. SO is there anybody on this website who works at a dealership that can help a fellow member out. Only option i care for is manual and sport. With $1500 down , is it possible to get payment under 600?
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I want to get a 335i coupe because it appears right now you can lease one for less then a sedan. SO is there anybody on this website who works at a dealership that can help a fellow member out. Only option i care for is manual and sport. With $1500 down , is it possible to get payment under 600?
With the current lease terms and lease cash, absolutely. I was in Columbia SC yesterday with a friend of mine picking up his new ride, a loaded '09 coupe with an MSRP of 53,300. With nothing at signing except his 1st payment and MSDs his monthly with 3% NC tax is $548.00. Even without the MSDs he would have been below $600. You can easily get a well optioned coupe under $600, the hard part is finding a car that works for you (not a lot of coupes left) and a dealer that will work from invoice. Also, the current incentives I believe end tomorrow, and I wouldn't be surprised if BMW pulls all lease support for 09 coupes going forward.

If you want a 10 model, you're going to be north of $600 unless you do ED.

Good luck.
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With the current lease terms and lease cash, absolutely. I was in Columbia SC yesterday with a friend of mine picking up his new ride, a loaded '09 coupe with an MSRP of 53,300. With nothing at signing except his 1st payment and MSDs his monthly with 3% NC tax is $548.00. Even without the MSDs he would have been below $600. You can easily get a well optioned coupe under $600, the hard part is finding a car that works for you (not a lot of coupes left) and a dealer that will work from invoice. Also, the current incentives I believe end tomorrow, and I wouldn't be surprised if BMW pulls all lease support for 09 coupes going forward.

If you want a 10 model, you're going to be north of $600 unless you do ED.

Good luck.
of course my luck the incentives would end tommorow . Thank u for the detailed response I really appreciate it. Sounds like your freind got a hell of a deal . Maybe I'll shoot u over a pm when I'm ready to purchase and get the details on the dealership your buddy went too
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