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      12-11-2010, 09:58 AM   #1
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Post your 2011 Lease Deal

2011 JB 328xi sedan 6MT, saddle leather
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Heated steering wheel, xenon, harman kardon, all weather floor mats

MSRP: 41,615
Price: 38,500

Rate: 2.88%, residual 57% (including holiday credit), 36 month, 15k miles per year.

2500 down
Monthly payment including tax: 450

Ordered end of November. Will take delivery end of this month!
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      12-15-2010, 08:44 PM   #3
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What's going on,
I just ordered a 2011 335xi if you look at my other threads:
Msrp:58,425

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Nothing down but all those signing fees which amounted to: 1,800 including first month's payment.

Final Lease Price: 628 a month... 36 Months, 10,000 Miles a year.

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2008 335 coupe / msrp $51000 Prem,sport,log7,Nav,comf accsess,Idrive+ipod,leather,19'' wheels, 10k allowance,

$3300 upfront

$785 /month including tire/wheel insr and taxes
Should i get better buyout deal???
car now has 27k and 7 months to go.And I was gonna buy it ,any Opinions?
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      12-15-2010, 09:04 PM   #5
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why did I got screwed??

2008 335 coupe / msrp $51000 Prem,sport,log7,Nav,comf accsess,Idrive+ipod,leather,19'' wheels, 10k allowance,

$3300 upfront

$785 /month including tire/wheel insr and taxes
Should i get better buyout deal???
car now has 27k and 7 months to go.And I was gonna buy it ,any Opinions?
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How is it going with the fuel pump issues? Idk the buy back value of the 335 is the worst so think about it, you buying it out will deff get your money's worth over the years but with that comes problems if your under 100% warranty and don't expect to get a decent amount of money for it once your sick of it go for it but personally ill get sick of the car and im already expecting to get the 2012 M3 after my lease if over in 2014...

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How is it going with the fuel pump issues? Idk the buy back value of the 335 is the worst so think about it, you buying it out will deff get your money's worth over the years but with that comes problems if your under 100% warranty and don't expect to get a decent amount of money for it once your sick of it go for it but personally ill get sick of the car and im already expecting to get the 2012 M3 after my lease if over in 2014...

Thank you,
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I was gonna buy this one for once since I like it and its a good ride plus i am kind of tired payin those high lease numbers BUT HPFP really got me thinking and concerned.I did not have any problem with it yet unless bit of cold start 2-3 sec crank is to be called failure dunno really.kinda waitin warranty still on who knows but my mind leans toward M3 just for the sound of those pipes lol cheers all bmw Freaks
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      12-16-2010, 01:49 PM   #7
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How dose my lease deal look?

2011 335d Retail 55400, sell 47700, MF .18, Residual 56%, 36 months, 10k miles per year $1000 down, $610.00 per month.
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      12-16-2010, 02:00 PM   #8
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2011 335i Sedan Titanium Silver

M-Sport Package
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IPOD+SAT+USB

3yr/36k, $1200 down, Pre-Purchased extra 9K miles for ~ $1000.

Price: $48,000, Sold for: $45,500 (also had BMW drive coupon to lower price another 1K)

$519 + Taxes / MTH

It was one of the best deals I had ever seen, so I jumped on it!
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      12-16-2010, 03:11 PM   #9
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2011 335d Retail 55400, sell 47700, MF .18, Residual 56%, 36 months, 10k miles per year $1000 down, $610.00 per month.
Thats a heluva discount. But 4.32% is a relatively high borrowing rate. Not sure of your state tax. In my opinion, you did well!
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2011 335i Sedan Titanium Silver

M-Sport Package
Step Auto
IPOD+SAT+USB

3yr/36k, $1200 down, Pre-Purchased extra 9K miles for ~ $1000.

Price: $48,000, Sold for: $45,500 (also had BMW drive coupon to lower price another 1K)

$519 + Taxes / MTH

It was one of the best deals I had ever seen, so I jumped on it!
Not sure of FL state tax. Assuming 2,200 down and Dec lease rate of .0012 (2.88%) and Dec. residual of 57%, you did well!
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Congrats on your new rides guys! Keep those deals coming
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2011 335d;
MSRP $53,875;
residual 56%;
$2,700 down;
net sale price after $5k of credits and negotiation $45,900;
10k miles/year;
lease factor about 5%;
monthly payment of $542 ($575 after sales tax).

I think I made out ok, especially given the fairly high lease factor.
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2011 335d;
MSRP $53,875;
residual 56%;
$2,700 down;
net sale price after $5k of credits and negotiation $45,900;
10k miles/year;
lease factor about 5%;
monthly payment of $542 ($575 after sales tax).

I think I made out ok, especially given the fairly high lease factor.
Yes - you did do well! Congrats! I am not aware of "Diesel Deals" as I have not done the research on that 3 series. What is the $5K credit for with these cars??
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Shouldn't ever give money down on a lease. My uncle has worked for several high-end dealerships , and always says it's money in the trash.
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      12-17-2010, 11:12 AM   #15
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2011 335D with Premium, Navigation, Satellite Radio, Harmon Kardon, Comfort Access, and Fold-down rear seats.

MRSP $52275.00 Price $44353.00 (includes $4500 Eco Credit)

Term 36 months Miles 15,000/ year Residual 53% MF .00139
Payment $597.09 (FL 6% tax included)

This required 7 security deposits of $600.
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Yes - you did do well! Congrats! I am not aware of "Diesel Deals" as I have not done the research on that 3 series. What is the $5K credit for with these cars??
There's currently a $3500 eco credit on the diesel plus another $1500 holiday credit. Both credits directly reduce the sales price (i.e. you don't have to file something to get them later).
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Options: Nav, Premium, heated seats, I-Pod

MSRP $50,475
Sale Price $42,684

$0 down, $0 Security

Term: 36 mo / 12k mi p yr

Payment $538 p month
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For those who are looking to lease, I bought a one year old 335 with ~3,000 miles on odometer and my loan is $600 a month, just information for you thoughts....
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For those who are looking to lease, I bought a one year old 335 with ~3,000 miles on odometer and my loan is $600 a month, just information for you thoughts....
More details? you can have a low payment...but did you put a down payment?
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Shouldn't ever give money down on a lease. My uncle has worked for several high-end dealerships , and always says it's money in the trash.
Why not? All it does is lower your monthly payment. So your either paying it up front or just paying it monthly anyways.
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Shouldn't ever give money down on a lease. My uncle has worked for several high-end dealerships , and always says it's money in the trash.
Not entirely true. In most cases yes; but not in all. One reason is putting money down on a lease is money that is always lost forever. If you wreck the vehicle, you are not getting a single dollar back of that down payment. If you spread the down payment money over the term of the lease, then you would have consumed that amount proportionally over the months that you had the vehicle before you wrecked it. A general rule that I follow is to never put down over 2-3K for a lease just to stay on the safe side. That amount should reduce your payment by about 100 bucks which in my case was very favorable. Different approaches for different people...
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