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      06-11-2010, 08:43 PM   #1
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How much discount can you get on a CPO?

Usually how much discount do people get after haggling over the internet advertised price on a e9x CPO? I am buying a 2008 e93 cpo for $1000 below internet price. Is this a good deal?
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Usually how much discount do people get after haggling over the internet advertised price on a e9x CPO? I am buying a 2008 e93 cpo for $1000 below internet price. Is this a good deal?
??? You need to know the car's wholesale (auction) value and work up from there. That's the only way to determine if you're getting a "good deal".
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How do I find the wholesale info? buying for $43000

following are the particulars of the car:

2008 e93 with following info with 20000miles

Option Information

0ZPP
Premium Package
01CA
CO2 relevant vehicles
02VB
Tire pressure monitor
0205
STEPTRONIC automatic trans.
0249
Multi-function steering wheel
04AC
Light Poplar Natural wood trim
0441
Smoker's package
0494
Heated front seats
05GA
Alarm pre-wiring
0534
Automatic climate control
0544
Dynamic Cruise Control
0563
Ambiance lighting
0570
Stronger electricity supply
0655
Satellite radio w/1 year sub.
0677
Logic7 sound system
0694
CD changer preparation
08SC
TeleService Activation
08SP
CO2 control
09AA
Transport protection
0925
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$43,000 for a 3-year-old vert? Don't do it!

If you really have your heart set on a vert, the Galves trade-in (wholesale) value of a 2008 E93 335i with Steptronic, Leather Trim (Premium Package), and 20k miles is:

$34,550
+ $1,500 (estimate) to recondition the vehicle.
+ $2,000 (estimate) for the 6yr/100k mile BMW CPO warranty.
+ dealer overhead.
+ dealer profit.
= $ ________

IMO, $41,000 or less would be a fair price for that car right now (with the 2011ís out already). By the way, the other listed options add $0 to the wholesale value.
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Thanks TJDiCandido! you saved me a lot of money! I love this forum!

So, is it wise to buy a new car with a good deal (for eg. 2010 with $4000 below invoice) than buying a CPO? since most BMW dealers dont bend too much under haggling pressure on the price advertised.
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Thanks TJDiCandido! you saved me a lot of money! I love this forum!

So, is it wise to buy a new car with a good deal (for eg. 2010 with $4000 below invoice) than buying a CPO? since most BMW dealers dont bend too much under haggling pressure on the price advertised.
Whenever you purchase a new vehicle you will always take a depreciation hit no matter the circumstance. CPO is always a better and "wiser" deal but not this E93 for 43k, that is overpriced marginally especially since it does not have navigation. Do you have a link to the vehicle? Keep looking and best of luck to you.
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