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      06-06-2009, 02:25 PM   #1
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2007 Models 0.9

Anyone know when/if BMW will start offering 0.9 financing on 2007 CPOs?

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my crystal ball says this though...

http://www.bmwusa.com/standard/conte...ialoffers.aspx

You might need a computer to read that, oh wait you do. you posted here
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so, maybe next summer? But by then the market will rebound a little and teh 3.9 that they have now will seem like a pretty good idea in comparo to the 6.9 that you are trying to get from a credit union because BMW won't go 60 months on the rate they have advertised.
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What are you talking about?
BMW will go 60 months on special apr, I got my 330i CPO at 3.9 for 60 months,
I don't want to know the current offers THEY ARE FOR 2006 MODELS, I want to know if anyone knows something coming on the pipeline for 2007 models.

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What are you talking about?
BMW will go 60 months on special apr, I got my 330i CPO at 3.9 for 60 months,
I don't want to know the current offers THEY ARE FOR 2006 MODELS, I want to know if anyone knows something coming on the pipeline for 2007 models.

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I have been waiting for better APR for '07 CPO's, no one knows what BMW FS will do on a month to month basis.. but with the 2009's going up from 0.9 to 2.9, and the economy showing signs of recovery, we may not see 0.9 deals again
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What are you talking about?
BMW will go 60 months on special apr, I got my 330i CPO at 3.9 for 60 months,
I don't want to know the current offers THEY ARE FOR 2006 MODELS, I want to know if anyone knows something coming on the pipeline for 2007 models.

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BMW does go 60 months but most of the time the rates that they advertise are for a shorter term and to go to a longer term increases the rate. Just like the 06's that are currently running with the .9%.

To answer your question, without the obvious sarcasm that others seemed to pick up on, NO. Nobody knows what and or when rates offered by BMW FS are gunna do. Just like nobody knows what any economic market is gunna do from one day to the next.
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I was told by my dealership that the special financing for the CPO 06 models is in response to all the 06's coming back from the end of their leases. And because of the economy, people are not opting to purchase at the end of the lease.

The three dealerships I visited prior to purchasing my 06 all had an excess inventory of 06 lease returns. I would assume that the special financing for the 07's would happen around this time next year?

I'm not a math guy by any means, but the special financing on the 06 CPO's was too good for me to pass up. It's rare to get that kind of financing on any used vehicles, CPO or not, so I pulled the trigger on an 06 325i, and got into it for about $380 a month on a 60-month term.
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I was told by my dealership that the special financing for the CPO 06 models is in response to all the 06's coming back from the end of their leases. And because of the economy, people are not opting to purchase at the end of the lease.

The three dealerships I visited prior to purchasing my 06 all had an excess inventory of 06 lease returns. I would assume that the special financing for the 07's would happen around this time next year?

I'm not a math guy by any means, but the special financing on the 06 CPO's was too good for me to pass up. It's rare to get that kind of financing on any used vehicles, CPO or not, so I pulled the trigger on an 06 325i, and got into it for about $380 a month on a 60-month term.
This is correct. rate support will be there for cars that are coming back from leases. BUT, back to the OP, the 0.9% is a reflection of current banking and investment markets. And the rates that BMW FS has to support CPO cars is based on market conditon. So the 2007MY cars will be supported when the dealerships days inventory of that MY is greater than what BMW NA is comfortable with. BUT NO ONE CAN KNOW WHAT THE RATES WILL BE AT ANY SPECIFIC TIME IN THE FUTURE FOR ANY PRODUCT.
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