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      11-13-2009, 09:36 AM   #1
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How does this Joy Sales Event work........

If I were to buy a 2010 328i with auto trans and Z sport package, the MSRP would be somewhere around 37000 with the destination charge. Does this new $1500 finance rebate come off the MSRP? In other words, would I get the car for $35500 and 3.9%? What happens if you are able to negotiate a better price than $35500, will you still get the 3.9%?
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      11-13-2009, 10:49 AM   #2
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If I were to buy a 2010 328i with auto trans and Z sport package, the MSRP would be somewhere around 37000 with the destination charge. Does this new $1500 finance rebate come off the MSRP? In other words, would I get the car for $35500 and 3.9%? What happens if you are able to negotiate a better price than $35500, will you still get the 3.9%?
Who knows how the rebate works. A dealer could choose not to honor it if they want to. Not like something like that hasn't happened before. I'm sure if you beat them up on the price they could chose not to give you the credit. Just aim for $500 or so above invoice and then see if they'll give you the credit. Don't mention it until the very end as well. Act like you've never heard of the incentive. That is if they don't have a large poster displaying it lol.

The 3.9% APR is dependent on your credit score. Good credit 3.9% apr you get, shitty credit who knows what turd they'll try to get you to swollow.
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      11-16-2009, 06:04 PM   #3
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The dealers have to honor it,it's called Holiday cash and depending on the model,it's 1500 -2500 and it comes off of the bottom total,as long as it's leased or financed through BMW ,you also need to keep the finance contract for 6 months minimum and then there's no prepayment penalty if you want to pay it off or refinance elsewhere.
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      11-18-2009, 10:56 PM   #4
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Thanks Irv, I was wondering about this as well.
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