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      11-30-2011, 12:45 AM   #331
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Hi everyone!!

Like the poster before me, I am also new here and this is my very first post. I just leased a 2011 335 Performance Edition, here are my numbers:

MSRP: $52k
Sell Price: $45k
MF: .00195
Residual: 59%

Total due at signing: $1500 (including first months payment)

36 month
15k miles a year


$595 a month (including taxes)

I really wanted to put as little as possible out of pocket so this was the best they could work out for me. This is the very first car I leased/bought on my own, so I hope I did ok =)It seems pretty in line with what most people are getting, or at least I hope so, lol. Here's a simple pic of my car:
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      11-30-2011, 11:14 PM   #332
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Recently leased a 2011 328i sedan from Norwalk, CA. What do you guys think?

Blk/blk with moonroof and xenons
MRSP: 37425
Selling: 32999.99
36 months/12K
TDO: 5700
Monthly after tax: 276.99

Feedback will be much appreciated! I know the TDO is high, but I needed the monthly to be that amount.
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      11-30-2011, 11:51 PM   #333
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damn that's a good deal and a nice car. BTW it is fully loaded?
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Hi everyone!!

Like the poster before me, I am also new here and this is my very first post. I just leased a 2011 335 Performance Edition, here are my numbers:

MSRP: $52k
Sell Price: $45k
MF: .00195
Residual: 59%

Total due at signing: $1500 (including first months payment)

36 month
15k miles a year


$595 a month (including taxes)

I really wanted to put as little as possible out of pocket so this was the best they could work out for me. This is the very first car I leased/bought on my own, so I hope I did ok =)It seems pretty in line with what most people are getting, or at least I hope so, lol. Here's a simple pic of my car:
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      12-01-2011, 01:00 AM   #334
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damn that's a good deal and a nice car. BTW it is fully loaded?
Thanks =)... I have Premium, ZMZ, ZMP, Nav, BMW Apps, Heated seats, and Auto Trans. The only other option I really wanted was comfort access. There was another one on the lot that truly had everything with a sticker of 55k. I figured 3k more wasn't worth me having the comfort access. Plus it had the regular sport package rims. My E46 330ci with 225k miles was finally giving in and I've been having some major issues with it. I wanted the F30 but couldn't rely on my E46 anymore, so I figured I'd lease this E90 then get the F30 in 3 years. But now.. I love it so much, who knows I might keep it. But maybe I'm just saying that because in the honeymoon stage right now
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      12-01-2011, 01:33 AM   #335
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really glad for you man...did you traded it on (330ci)? And did hassle a lot to ge that 7k discount? AMAZING
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Thanks =)... I have Premium, ZMZ, ZMP, Nav, BMW Apps, Heated seats, and Auto Trans. The only other option I really wanted was comfort access. There was another one on the lot that truly had everything with a sticker of 55k. I figured 3k more wasn't worth me having the comfort access. Plus it had the regular sport package rims. My E46 330ci with 225k miles was finally giving in and I've been having some major issues with it. I wanted the F30 but couldn't rely on my E46 anymore, so I figured I'd lease this E90 then get the F30 in 3 years. But now.. I love it so much, who knows I might keep it. But maybe I'm just saying that because in the honeymoon stage right now
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      12-01-2011, 02:51 AM   #336
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really glad for you man...did you traded it on (330ci)? And did hassle a lot to ge that 7k discount? AMAZING
I still have my 330ci, I basically I need a whole new exhaust system because 10 years ago, I installed the Dinan intake. Little did I know, that has sucked up to much crap over the lifetime of the car and has now clogged my cats. So I still havent figured out what to do with it. Its worth almost nothing so I can either fix it and drive it into the ground or try to sell it for whatever I can.

But back to the topic, believe it or not, I sent the dealer a price quote request and the 7k off was the first reply I got back. They even knocked off a few more hundred bucks when I came into negotiate. I had offers from multiple dealers but only one gave this to me right off the bat, so I was very pleased with the whole experience.

For anyone in the Orange County Area, I went through Shelly and dealt with Axel. I've had a few quotes from him over the years, and it has ALWAYS been the best when compared to other dealers in the are. This process started over 2 years ago actually, lol, and I remembered being treated so well then that I just came back to him... and no surprise to me, I got a great deal.
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      12-01-2011, 08:37 AM   #337
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Looks good to me.

Looks like a good deal to me! Could have gone a bit lower on the sale price but I'm pretty sure you did better than most.

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Recently leased a 2011 328i sedan from Norwalk, CA. What do you guys think?

Blk/blk with moonroof and xenons
MRSP: 37425
Selling: 32999.99
36 months/12K
TDO: 5700
Monthly after tax: 276.99

Feedback will be much appreciated! I know the TDO is high, but I needed the monthly to be that amount.
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      12-01-2011, 10:05 PM   #338
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really good and good luck with 330ci
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I still have my 330ci, I basically I need a whole new exhaust system because 10 years ago, I installed the Dinan intake. Little did I know, that has sucked up to much crap over the lifetime of the car and has now clogged my cats. So I still havent figured out what to do with it. Its worth almost nothing so I can either fix it and drive it into the ground or try to sell it for whatever I can.

But back to the topic, believe it or not, I sent the dealer a price quote request and the 7k off was the first reply I got back. They even knocked off a few more hundred bucks when I came into negotiate. I had offers from multiple dealers but only one gave this to me right off the bat, so I was very pleased with the whole experience.

For anyone in the Orange County Area, I went through Shelly and dealt with Axel. I've had a few quotes from him over the years, and it has ALWAYS been the best when compared to other dealers in the are. This process started over 2 years ago actually, lol, and I remembered being treated so well then that I just came back to him... and no surprise to me, I got a great deal.
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      12-03-2011, 10:15 AM   #339
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      12-03-2011, 01:12 PM   #340
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The lease I got on our new 2012 X5 35d “that my wife built” from BMW of Bakersfield:

MSRP: $74k
Sell Price: $62k
MF: .00165
Residual: 54%

Total due at signing: $2750 (including first months payment)

36 month
12k miles a year


$750.67 a month (including taxes)

trade-In-Allowance: $2590.65
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      12-04-2011, 10:50 PM   #341
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Finally locked in a 335 xDrive MSport manual 4 door, which was a bitch since they aren't producing them anymore (previous deal posted...dealer wouldn't swap with my dealer)

MSRP:$54K
Sale Price: $45K
MF: .00195
Residual: 59%

Total due at signing: $2,037

Monthly: $587 (incl NY sales tax...I think $530ish w/o tax)

Msport, manual, convenience, premium, cold weather,sirius, blue tooth, ipod, black saphire, black leather.

Should be here in a couple of days from MD. Can't wait!
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      12-05-2011, 12:40 PM   #342
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1st Post! Don't miss my VW's at all.

2011 335i XDrive, 6 Speed
Alpine White
Black Dakota Leather
Dark Burl Trim
Cold Weather Package
M Sport Package
Navigation System
BMW Assist
Harmon Kardon Surround System

MSRP: $55,100
Sellprice: $48,888
Total down: $0
Drive off: $0

Monthly: $669.07
36 Months, 10K miles
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      12-08-2011, 10:28 AM   #343
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The MSD program allows you to buy down the money factor (MF). The MF equates to your interest rate. Each additional security deposit lowers the MF by 0.00007, up to a maximum of 7 security deposits or 0.00049 off the base MF (which, for September 2011, is 0.00195 or 4.68%). So right now, the MSD program lowers the MF to 0.00146 or 3.5%.

Next, you need to calculate your MSD outlay - this is what you will pay BMWFS at lease inception to lower the MF. A typical SD is your monthly payment rounded up to the next $50. In other words, take your monthly payment after all other factors (rebates, loyalty discount, cap cost reduction, and negotiated purchase price) and round it up to the nearest $50.

For a realistic example, let's assume a $45,000 selling price, 60% residual, 0.00195 MF, and 36 months. A straight lease on that comes to $560/mo. Your SD on this lease would be $600. Multiply that by 7 to get $4200 - that's what the MSD program will cost you at lease inception.

So how is handing BMWFS a check for $4200 beneficial to you? Running the same lease with the lower 0.00146 MF drops the payment to $525/mo. So that's a $35/mo savings or $1260 over a 36 month lease. Not only do you save $1260 over 3 years, but you get a check back from BMWFS at lease termination for the full $4200 (less excessive wear and tear or mileage overages, which you would need to pay regardless). Using simple interest, that's a 10% per year guaranteed tax-free rate of return.

This is a great option if you have some cash laying around. It's a solid investment opportunity, and the rate of return is actually very good.

Hope that explains it. If you still have questions, post up!
Wow, great explanation!! Thanks!
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      12-09-2011, 01:48 AM   #344
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Question Gonna buy a 328xi...any advice?.

Hey guys I'm an interested buyer and was looking into leasing this particular BMW. I'm really looking forward to getting this car but am in need of a second opinion. Do you guys think this is a good deal? I've also been looking at the 2012 328xi that should come out in the summer. Would it be better to wait or lease this 2011 for a while and then after a couple of years try to get a different, more current model? I'm open to the idea that I could like this 2011 so much that I might just want to keep it! any suggestions?

2011 328xi*

Premium package
Value package*
Heated steering wheel
Split fold-down rear seat
Navigation
Smartphone integration
*BMW apps

Total price: 43, 340

Lease:
Msrp: 43640
Price: 39052
Term: 27
1st month advance pymt
Rate: 0.00195
Residual: 0.71
Allow mi/yr: 12,000
Est. mileage: 12,000
ACQ fee: 725.00
Cash: 3500
Taxes upfront: 1066.99
Doc fee upfront : 75.00
Total init pmt: 5665.91
Adj residual: 30984.40

Monthly payment: 298.92
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      12-09-2011, 02:26 AM   #345
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Hey guys I'm an interested buyer and was looking into leasing this particular BMW. I'm really looking forward to getting this car but am in need of a second opinion. Do you guys think this is a good deal? I've also been looking at the 2012 328xi that should come out in the summer. Would it be better to wait or lease this 2011 for a while and then after a couple of years try to get a different, more current model? I'm open to the idea that I could like this 2011 so much that I might just want to keep it! any suggestions?

2011 328xi*

Premium package
Value package*
Heated steering wheel
Split fold-down rear seat
Navigation
Smartphone integration
*BMW apps

Total price: 43, 340

Lease:
Msrp: 43640
Price: 39052
Term: 27
1st month advance pymt
Rate: 0.00195
Residual: 0.71
Allow mi/yr: 12,000
Est. mileage: 12,000
ACQ fee: 725.00
Cash: 3500
Taxes upfront: 1066.99
Doc fee upfront : 75.00
Total init pmt: 5665.91
Adj residual: 30984.40

Monthly payment: 298.92
thats too much.

First of all why would you $5365 upfront? have you leased a car before? If you get into a car accident and the car is totaled or you want to get rid of the lease (lease trader/swapalease) you will never get back that $5k.

Only lease your car with $0 down, taxes rolled in, Only first months payment. If anything pay the 7 MSDs.

In your current offer your monthly payment is really around $500/month with $0 down.

I was offered $480/month for the same car as yours + 15k miles/yr.
I was also offered a 2011 retired loaner (11k miles on it) fully loaded for $430/month for 15k/yr. 27 month lease.
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Just did a deal for 2011 BMW 328xi in Black Sapphire/Saddle Brown from a deal er in NY, but the car is going to be registered in NC.

Value Pkg
Premium Pkg
Navi
Heated Steering Wheel

MSRP: $42,815

Payment $316 with Tax
Term: 27 months / 12K
Due at Signing: $3300

Not sure what the selling price, residual or the money factor was. Did I do good? This is my first BMW, I currently do have a Mini though
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BMW 2011 BMW 328i Coupe (e92)
Alpine White - Oyster/Black Dakota
ZPP (+iPod USB)
STEPTRONIC Automatic Transmission
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Total Suggested Retail Price: $43,675
Residual: $27,079
Negotiated: $40,237 (Adjusted Capitalized Cost)
TDO: $900 (first payment, tax, registration, and doc. fee)

Monthly payment: $514.63 (including tax)

Term: 3-year lease /w 10k miles a month.


I would really appreciate the communities response on this "deal."

My father just came home with it, said he went in because they had a "special" going on. Not sure if he got the BMW loyalty incentive or anything like that, but what's done is done & I would just like to evaluate the deal he got. Thanks for your time!

EDIT: Sorry, but I don't know the money factor or if my father got any incentives. I just wish to know how the deal went.
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Worked out this deal on a 328 xdrive with value pkg, premium pkg, auto, heated steering wheel, satellite radio.

MSRP $41215
Selling price $35773

27 mo. 12k mi/mo.
Money Factor after 7 MSD: 0.00136
RV: 71%

Monthly: $389 including all fees and tax
Due at signing: $571 (first month, title/reg) + 7 MSDs to be refunded at lease end.

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Worked out this deal on a 328 xdrive with value pkg, premium pkg, auto, heated steering wheel, satellite radio.

MSRP $41215
Selling price $35773

27 mo. 12k mi/mo.
Money Factor after 7 MSD: 0.00136
RV: 71%

Monthly: $389 including all fees and tax
Due at signing: $571 (first month, title/reg) + 7 MSDs to be refunded at lease end.
amazing deal! your sale price is significantly lower than the dealer cost, according to truecar.com. amazing. may i ask where you leased your car from?
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amazing deal! your sale price is significantly lower than the dealer cost, according to truecar.com. amazing. may i ask where you leased your car from?
There must be significant variation in pricing from west to east coast. I got my car in PA. My truecar pricing certificate was actually $200 less than the price I ultimately paid, but the truecar dealership was 60 miles away.
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Worked out this deal on a 328 xdrive with value pkg, premium pkg, auto, heated steering wheel, satellite radio.

MSRP $41215
Selling price $35773

27 mo. 12k mi/mo.
Money Factor after 7 MSD: 0.00136
RV: 71%

Monthly: $389 including all fees and tax
Due at signing: $571 (first month, title/reg) + 7 MSDs to be refunded at lease end.

Good deal. I could get this deal or slighlty better as well. Deals on the E90's are killer right now, as they are coming to a sad end.
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'11 M-Sport E90 335
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