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      04-12-2007, 04:11 AM   #23
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e92 don't seem to be as discounted as the e90 - not been around as long.
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      04-12-2007, 06:29 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by dazzapb View Post
my e92 335i m-sport is due end of next month. got a 3% discount still pretty gutted I didnt ask you guys first. Acutally its "5"% due to the price rises that come into effect 1st March.

was comtemplating cancelling the order and losing a grand.. and then re-ordering via coast2coast saving 2.5K but then its really only 1.5 i will save and then I have to wait a long time! not worth it i think. might email the dealer and ask for more as re: to my part x.. as rather foolishly i havent sorted this.. wish i asked you guys.

just out of curosity i just checked out a drive the deal price on my spec

E92 m-sport sapphire black
225m rims
Sat nav pro/Bluetooth/voice
Grey poplar wood
Usb (6fl)
Coral red
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Drive The Deal Discounted Price: 41395
Your Saving: 975

Is this correct.. ? its very low
It would seem that Coast2Coast are the only agents out there at the moment that have managed to get joe public a good E92 discount (11.5%) thru the corporate path.
All other websites that I tried could only save me a maximum of about 1000 instead of their whopping 5000

Has anyone managed to get more that 11.5% discount on an E92 M-Sport?
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      04-12-2007, 09:35 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by sgc View Post
The loan calculator is certainly a handy tool. My quote from Drive the Deal was on APR of 8%, not 8.2% as stated so may be room for further negotiation. Local dealer was on the phone earlier this evening and could not beleive the deal i have been offered. Seems extremely keen to attempt to get close to this deal and has asked me to e-mail the figures, which he wants to run by his boss. Should be interesting to see if he can do anything!
Just a thought, but are you still looking at PCP?

If so keep an eye on the final payment. The 'what car' depreciation index shows a retained value of £14K for a 320d msport after 3 years / 30,000 miles:


If your GMFV on the PCP is significantly less than £14K you could take a little gamble and go lease purchase instead, which would allow you set the final payment yourself. You would be taking the risk that the car would be worth as much as the final payment, but it may bring down the monthly cost.

Also the current best loan rates are around 6.3% APR, I'm certain BMW could match this - although they are already giving you a VERY good discount and reducing the interest rate would only be worth around £20 a month.
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