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      05-11-2013, 07:41 AM   #1
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Hi everybody!

I'm Dan, n am finally going to join the BMW family. Basically i'm looking for all the help I can get, to negotiate the best price on this car... Here are all the details:

- It's a 2013 335xi coupe and currently in production
- msrp as configured 56145
- 1500 rebate
- trading in a car that they are giving me 14k for and paying off the remaining balance of 6400, leaving me equity of 7600
- financing = bmw select @ 37%
- 3.1 interest which may go to 3.05 (super elite)
- 1k deposit from me, planned on giving another 2k

What should I really pay for this car? I am in NJ if it matters... I am super excited about this car, but dont want to fall into a bad deal.

TY so much for the replies in advance
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      05-12-2013, 08:03 AM   #2
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      05-13-2013, 01:13 PM   #3
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Got off the phone w my CA and he was reluctant when I mentioned invoice price... At the end of our convo he gv me a figure of 53189 which he said was 655ish over....

Surely someone can chime in on this
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Got off the phone w my CA and he was reluctant when I mentioned invoice price... At the end of our convo he gv me a figure of 53189 which he said was 655ish over....

Surely someone can chime in on this
If a dealer has any allocation for an E92 335, I'd be surprised to see them haggle a whole lot. In my area, E92 335's are nearly impossible to get your hands on. I have people calling every couple days looking for one, we haven't been able to get them for nearly a month now.
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Got off the phone w my CA and he was reluctant when I mentioned invoice price... At the end of our convo he gv me a figure of 53189 which he said was 655ish over....

Surely someone can chime in on this
If a dealer has any allocation for an E92 335, I'd be surprised to see them haggle a whole lot. In my area, E92 335's are nearly impossible to get your hands on. I have people calling every couple days looking for one, we haven't been able to get them for nearly a month now.
Hey... myy first post, explains mine is currently in production... Expected finish date of the 17th... since you are a CA, does that invoice sound accurate?!

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      05-22-2013, 02:32 PM   #8
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All I keep reading about is how people are jumping back into the E92 game cus it's almost gone, invoice + $655 on a car that is becoming more demanded is good. Take the deal, before someone else does.
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All I keep reading about is how people are jumping back into the E92 game cus it's almost gone, invoice + $655 on a car that is becoming more demanded is good. Take the deal, before someone else does.
Yep I'm waiting on delivery of it... Just hvnt signed anything yet so getting my numbers straight. I'm just curious if that invoice is valid, and what fees if anything can they throw on top
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Congrat on your choice. 53k seem like a good deal if the car are fully loaded.
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http://www.bmwwestspringfield.net/ne...=335i%20xDrive
Hope this help getting your price lower to 51795
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http://www.bmwwestspringfield.net/ne...=335i%20xDrive
Hope this help getting your price lower to 51795
Hey thanks for trying... I do appreciate it, I had my fingers crossed before i clicked the link

What I see is missing on it is the msport package which is 2200... The more I look into this, the more it looks like I am getting a good deal
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Bumping my thread

Besides ttl, realistically what other fees am I subject to pay? Can anybody chime in? Anybody from NJ buy from JMK?
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I bought from JMK, a cpo 335i last year.

Really good dealer and great service department. I highly recommend them.
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dannycee, no matter what buying a brand new car you overpay for it.

Look for used 2012's is your are truly concerned with overpaying.
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these are very close to the same numbers I got when I was at JMK. Seems fair but their is some room if you are persistent
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Hi everybody!

I'm Dan, n am finally going to join the BMW family. Basically i'm looking for all the help I can get, to negotiate the best price on this car... Here are all the details:

- It's a 2013 335xi coupe and currently in production
- msrp as configured 56145
- 1500 rebate
- trading in a car that they are giving me 14k for and paying off the remaining balance of 6400, leaving me equity of 7600
- financing = bmw select @ 37%
- 3.1 interest which may go to 3.05 (super elite)
- 1k deposit from me, planned on giving another 2k

What should I really pay for this car? I am in NJ if it matters... I am super excited about this car, but dont want to fall into a bad deal.

TY so much for the replies in advance
655 over invoice is a fantastic deal prior to your rebates. You will essentially end up under invoice. Have you graduated school recently? Are there any BMW driving events in your area in the near future? Looks like you are trading, not currently leasing - correct? All of these can get you more in incentives.
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Bumping my thread

Besides ttl, realistically what other fees am I subject to pay? Can anybody chime in? Anybody from NJ buy from JMK?
Looks like you are doing BmW select financing. Consider leasing??
Additional fees: tax on the rebates, "dealer fee" usually 150-350 dollar charge. Lease aquisition fee if you lease. And the add on services they try to sell at signing: warranty, ext service, gap, wheel and tire warranty, etc,...
Good luck
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Here's a better deal if it suits you. A brand new 2012 335i XDrive coupe. Le Mans on Gray and titanium. Manual, msport, nav, Harman Kardon, comfort, cold pack, premium pack. Loaded.
MSRP 57570 now reduced 9575 dollars to $47995.
Great deal and I'm sure they'll help ship it to you.
http://www.cosbmw.com/Special/new/2012-BMW-335i_xDrive-Coupe-1752935163-JUNE_INVENTORY_REDUCTION_SALE-Loveland-CO/24471020

Talk to zack at cos BMW in loveland Colorado. Tell him scott sent ya.
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Looks like you are doing BmW select financing. Consider leasing??
Additional fees: tax on the rebates, "dealer fee" usually 150-350 dollar charge. Lease aquisition fee if you lease. And the add on services they try to sell at signing: warranty, ext service, gap, wheel and tire warranty, etc,...
Good luck
thanks for all your help... tried PMing you the other day, but it didnt give me the option.

i am still throwing around leasing (insurance rates in mind), but will probably finance... whatever gives me the lowest payments basically. im not worried about residuals, just the least money out of my pocket now

thanks for all the good info... car arrived @ the port yesterday, so should have it within a week!!
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dannycee, no matter what buying a brand new car you overpay for it.

Look for used 2012's is your are truly concerned with overpaying.
im just looking to be informed, so that i can get the best deal possible, which everybody should aim for
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