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      02-14-2011, 09:14 PM   #133
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Wow, thanks man!

First things first, I need to sell my truck. I just posted it on craigslist over the weekend. As soon as I get a commited buyer, I'm going to the dealership to put a deposit to get the production on my car started!

Any advice on selling a car? (05 frontier nismo crew cab, 46xxx miles, clean title)
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      02-14-2011, 10:21 PM   #134
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^^if you have any questions or would like a comparison quote feel free to let me know
I did get a quote from Ryan already. If you can get a different quote, I would appreciate it as well! Thanks!

I tried to PM you but I guess I need a certain postcount to be able to?.
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      02-14-2011, 10:34 PM   #135
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Ryan, Can you confirm the money factor on a 328XI E90 for BMWFS standard plus?
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      02-15-2011, 04:24 PM   #136
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^^if you have any questions or would like a comparison quote feel free to let me know
Actually, I sent Ryan another email to get a quote on something slightly different. I can't PM yet
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      02-15-2011, 04:43 PM   #137
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^^ok great! Ill text him now and let him know to be on the lookout
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      02-15-2011, 09:46 PM   #138
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Thanks, he got back to me pretty quick, but the lease price for a 328i coupe vs. a 335i coupe only differs by 80-85 dollars!!! and the only difference is Navi on the 328 vs. no navi on 335.

I thought it would much more of a difference.

What kind of lease payments are typical for 328 coupes? 3yr/15k per year. The options I want are 6-speed, M-sport package, convenience package, and navigation.

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      02-16-2011, 02:00 AM   #139
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Looking at a 2011 328ic, dealer gave me this for a price...does this sound good or bad?

Le Mans Blue
black leather
bamboo trim
convenience package
cold weather package
M sport package
premium package
value package
steptronic
m steering wheel with paddles
auto high beams
nav
sat radio
harmon kardon
smartphone integration
bmw apps

$58,250
$2500 down
$3000 trade in
waived the $700 security deposit
$636 +tax

I had originally picked the sport package but since BMW killed that option I am now forced to the M sport package. I had agreed to a price prior to the change at $57,025 $619 a month....think the dealer should eat the difference?
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      02-16-2011, 04:05 AM   #140
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Did you include tax in that number?
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      02-16-2011, 10:49 AM   #141
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no.... 6.25% would be added on top of the monthly paymanets
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      02-16-2011, 01:01 PM   #142
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I have a 640 lease payment with 5 down on a 335i. The MSRP was close to yours? 56,325 (BMW apps not included in price as it was unknown at the time). I knocked off 3,330 1,305 for A/T credit and landed on 51,690.

This is all before TTL
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      02-16-2011, 01:26 PM   #143
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2011 e92 335i m-sport

Black Saphire mettalic
Coral red
Aluminum trim
M sport package
harmon kardon
bluetooth
6spd manual
12,000 miles per year
and free tire replacement if i get a flat
MSRP: 52,500
Bought the car For: 48,500
$5500 down
$564/month with taxes included
this is from what i can remember but the numbers are really close
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      02-16-2011, 08:17 PM   #144
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Went to a different dealer and they beat the other dealers plain sport package price never mind the m sport package.

$56k and now a $600 a month lease.

I put my order in.... now I wait.
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      02-16-2011, 11:35 PM   #145
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That's great! Congrats :-)
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      02-18-2011, 12:47 AM   #146
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      02-18-2011, 01:33 PM   #147
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2011 e92 335i m-sport

Black Saphire mettalic
Coral red
Aluminum trim
M sport package
harmon kardon
bluetooth
6spd manual
12,000 miles per year
and free tire replacement if i get a flat
MSRP: 52,500
Bought the car For: 48,500
$5500 down
$564/month with taxes included
this is from what i can remember but the numbers are really close

You should never put a down payment on a leased car. Wasted money if your car is totaled. Instead, think about using the down payment money to buy down the MF by doing MSD (multiple security deposit). J
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      02-22-2011, 03:27 PM   #148
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Here are the numbers I got quoted. I will hopefully be going to place my order this weekend if not sooner!

2011 328i Coupe
6-Speed MT
Alpine White
Coral Red Interior/Aluminum Trim
Value Package
M-Sport Package
Navigation

3 Year Lease, 15k miles per year

Total as Equipped $42,675.00
Selling Price $40,260.00

Drive-off incl. 1st month payment: $3000.00
Monthly Payments: $539.91 (after tax)

Here's the Drive-off broken down:
Capital Reduction $973.37
Cap Reduction Tax (9.75%) $169.98
License & Registration $546.75
Bank Fee $725.00
Documentation Fee $45.00
First Payment $539.91
Security Deposit $0.00
Total $3000.00

Can somebody explain what the Capital Reduction fee is and which, if any, of these fees can be waived or discounted by the dealer?
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Wow, thanks man!

First things first, I need to sell my truck. I just posted it on craigslist over the weekend. As soon as I get a commited buyer, I'm going to the dealership to put a deposit to get the production on my car started!

Any advice on selling a car? (05 frontier nismo crew cab, 46xxx miles, clean title)

This is what I did with my old car (08 Infiniti G37). I came into the dealership to see what they will give me for my trade in + tax credit. This gives me the worst case scenario. I proceeded to place an order on my new BMW with assurance from the dealership that they will accept my trade in at the price in 8-10 weeks. In the meantime, i post my car on CL for a higher amount to see if I can beat the dealership offer (usually always way below market rate). I just sold my car a month ago over $1,500 dealer trade in.


Hope this help you and gl with selling your car.
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This is what I did with my old car (08 Infiniti G37). I came into the dealership to see what they will give me for my trade in + tax credit. This gives me the worst case scenario. I proceeded to place an order on my new BMW with assurance from the dealership that they will accept my trade in at the price in 8-10 weeks. In the meantime, i post my car on CL for a higher amount to see if I can beat the dealership offer (usually always way below market rate). I just sold my car a month ago over $1,500 dealer trade in.


Hope this help you and gl with selling your car.
Thanks for the advice. I actually went to Carmax and got my truck appraised. The dealer offered me $10.5k and Carmax offered $13.5k! So I'm going to be selling it to Carmax this week.

I figure, I can wait and try to sell it for more (private party) but So far, I've listed it at 15k and no interest at all. So even if I do sell it for $14-14.5k, I don't think it would be worth the trouble for me for the extra $500 or $1000 since I don't hold the title in hand and would have to deal with the private party and my credit union to get it all taken care of. (Especially since it's really hard for me to even take an hour or two off during my work hours to take care of personal stuff.)
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      02-22-2011, 04:46 PM   #151
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Can somebody explain what the Capital Reduction fee is and which, if any, of these fees can be waived or discounted by the dealer?
Cap reduction is down payment
not a requirement
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      02-22-2011, 06:01 PM   #152
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Cap reduction is down payment
not a requirement
Is it typically rolled into the monthly payments if not paid up front?
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      02-22-2011, 06:12 PM   #153
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a cap reduction is just another word for a down payment.

its not a fee
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      02-22-2011, 06:17 PM   #154
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Hmm... so I'm confused with all this $0 down mess. Why am I having to fork up $3000?

Basically, I'm ok with paying a drive-off fee that includes 1st months payment and maybe some misc fees, but the drive-off for a 335i that I got a quote on (msrp of $52k) was ~$2200 while the drive-off for this 328i I spec'ed out is $3000.

The CA I'm working with said that theres no special reason and to lower the drive-off, the monthly payment would increase.
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