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      10-05-2009, 08:44 PM   #1
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Smile 2010 335D Pricing, thoughts?

Got some numbers from some dealers around me and a few from surrounding states,

Does $40175 without taxes and fees sound reasonable for a:

Space Grey metallic 335d with

Chesnut Brown Dakota Leather
Comfort access keyless entry.

This is including the $4500 off from BMW for diesel vehicle.

Wouldnt mind any input you guys may have.

Thanks
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      10-06-2009, 07:26 AM   #2
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What is the invoice price on that?

Please provide the invoice price on that car. Once you have that, add between $500 and $1500. THEN subtract the $4500, and that's a great/reasonable deal. I paid $1250 over invoice for my 2010 335d, on the last day of August and what was purported to be the last day of the EcoCredit. As it turns out, it wasn't the last day of the EcoCredit but I had no way of knowing that, needed a new car soon and the time was right. $500 over invoice is a great deal. $1500 over invoice is a deal you could probably get from any dealer. Your deal sounds like it's actually pretty close to MSRP-$4500, rather than invoice+$1500(at worst)-$4500.
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Got some numbers from some dealers around me and a few from surrounding states,

Does $40175 without taxes and fees sound reasonable for a:

Space Grey metallic 335d with

Chesnut Brown Dakota Leather
Comfort access keyless entry.

This is including the $4500 off from BMW for diesel vehicle.

Wouldnt mind any input you guys may have.

Thanks

MRSP is $47,225 - $4,500 = $42,725. So you received an additionl $2,550 off that. The reality is that BMW is attempting to recoup that $4,500 via captive financing of 4.9% so the quicker you pay off that car the less of that $4,500 you give back.

We don't have wholesale pricing for 2010 but using 2009:
$40,390 (base) +
$180 (Training Service Fee) +
$1,320 (Leather) +
$455 (CA) +
$825 (D&H) =
$43,167
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