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      05-11-2008, 05:28 PM   #1
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335i 36 month LEASE!!!

hey guys watsup thinking about leasing a 2008 e92 355i coupe for 3 years only think i want is sport package and 15,000 miles a year. Going to the dealer next week so whats a really good price i can get on this cause i dont wanna go there and get ripped off.
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      05-11-2008, 05:35 PM   #2
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      05-11-2008, 06:06 PM   #3
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Im thinking of putting my 2008 335i up for sale if you are interested in assuming my lease. PM me if interested
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      05-11-2008, 06:24 PM   #4
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for 700 a month, you should get at least premium package, auto tranmission, satelitte and ipod
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      05-11-2008, 06:27 PM   #5
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Definitely depends heavily on what options you get.
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hey guys watsup thinking about leasing a 2008 e92 355i coupe for 3 years only think i want is sport package and 15,000 miles a year. Going to the dealer next week so whats a really good price i can get on this cause i dont wanna go there and get ripped off.
Talk to Driver72. He's looking to get out of his and it's a pretty reasonable price and will cost you nothing out of pocket...
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      05-12-2008, 02:41 AM   #7
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This is what I would do...

1. Figure through Edmunds.com what the TMV (True Market Value: what people are paying) is on your vehicle w/ options.

2. Run the BMW lease calculator to get an idea what your payment might be. On Edmund's you'll see what kind of discount they're giving off of the MSRP and just put that in the BMW calculator as the trade in value (just to subtract it off the price).

3. Now that you have an idea of what price you want to pay and what your lease might look like. THEN you want to e-mail all your local dealers (you can do this through Edmunds also) and ask them for price quotes and availability for the car you want. You'll get the best price over e-mail... if you try and haggle in the dealer it will take hours of your time just to get them to drop a few hundred bucks.

From my experience, once you get the price down, the lease price will follow, but knowing the money factor and residual and that mess will help you once your at the dealer finalizing the paperwork. The dealer with throw curve balls at you every chance they get, so understanding how they move the numbers around will make you feel more comfortable when your there. The main thing is tho, try to do as much over e-mail so they have an incentive to get you in THEIR dealer and you're not wasting your afternoon.
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This is what I would do...

1. Figure through Edmunds.com what the TMV (True Market Value: what people are paying) is on your vehicle w/ options.

2. Run the BMW lease calculator to get an idea what your payment might be. On Edmund's you'll see what kind of discount they're giving off of the MSRP and just put that in the BMW calculator as the trade in value (just to subtract it off the price).

3. Now that you have an idea of what price you want to pay and what your lease might look like. THEN you want to e-mail all your local dealers (you can do this through Edmunds also) and ask them for price quotes and availability for the car you want. You'll get the best price over e-mail... if you try and haggle in the dealer it will take hours of your time just to get them to drop a few hundred bucks.

From my experience, once you get the price down, the lease price will follow, but knowing the money factor and residual and that mess will help you once your at the dealer finalizing the paperwork. The dealer with throw curve balls at you every chance they get, so understanding how they move the numbers around will make you feel more comfortable when your there. The main thing is tho, try to do as much over e-mail so they have an incentive to get you in THEIR dealer and you're not wasting your afternoon.
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i think this sums it up nicely.
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      05-12-2008, 08:30 AM   #9
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I was quoted 2500 down and 588/mon for a base 335xi w/ auto and ZCP
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TMV is not accurate , i picked up two 328i's both well below (more than $2,000) Edmund's TMV. If you look around and are serious, I don't see any way you can't get a e92 for $1,000 over invoice, with minimal haggling. You start dipping into the $500 range and you'll begin narrowing down the amount of dealers that you'll be able to strike a deal with, thus reducing your own selection of inventory to choose from.....unless you're gonna be ordering one........

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exactly what he said ^. You control the negotiations not the dealer. There is to much competition out there for them to control the price game. Have some balls and stand up. Holla
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      05-12-2008, 08:45 AM   #12
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TMV will vary depend on local demand. Just find a no-BS dealer and negotiate the price of the vehicle.

But you really MUST understand how a lease works and what all the individual charges and rates mean.

Do a little homework, be firm and you'll do OK.
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      05-12-2008, 09:48 AM   #13
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Im thinking of putting my 2008 335i up for sale if you are interested in assuming my lease. PM me if interested

Live in reston and would be interested in assuming your lease. Any details?
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