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      02-21-2018, 01:03 PM   #1
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Please post your F90 M5 Lease deals

These threads have been very helpful for negotiating the best lease deals on other forums so hopefully it helps some people here.

My deal is as follows:

$119,875 msrp

36 month lease
10k Miles a year.
$3k total drive off

$1800 a month including 9.5% sales tax on payments. ( CA)

61% residual 0.00150 MF and $1000 bmw lease rebate ( February lock only)

Just for comparison the payments are about $250 a month less than my 2018 Mercedes E63s with the same msrp.

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      02-21-2018, 01:08 PM   #2
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Is that for 10k miles a year? The residual looks like the standard G30 5 series residuals, which is pretty good compared to the F10 M5 launch residuals.
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Is that for 10k miles a year? The residual looks like the standard G30 5 series residuals, which is pretty good compared to the F10 M5 launch residuals.
Yes that is for 10k miles a year. Compared to 57% for the Mercedes so its a way better lease and MF
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$1800? Wow
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$1800 a month including 9.5% sales tax on payments. ( CA)


9.5% Sales tax....Wow LOL... I'm in NY and it's 8.125% I thought we had it bad.

I will spare the politics on the forum....But we know the reason as to why NY & CA are so high
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.00150 MF? Wow...I was told .00192 was what BMWFS was doing on the M5 leases.
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.00150 MF? Wow...I was told .00192 was what BMWFS was doing on the M5 leases.
I was told the same thing. However, the .00192 could be the loaded up rate and the .00150 could be the base rate.

Regardless, for my spreadsheet, the difference in money factor is nearly $100 per month on the payment. (assuming $118,585 MSRP with $5k discount).
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I was told the same thing. However, the .00192 could be the loaded up rate and the .00150 could be the base rate.

Regardless, for my spreadsheet, the difference in money factor is nearly $100 per month on the payment. (assuming $118,585 MSRP with $5k discount).
Why is the bmwusa.com lease calculator off by so much?
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.00150 MF? Wow...I was told .00192 was what BMWFS was doing on the M5 leases.
Looks like the base money factor of .00152 plus the max allowed dealer markup of .0004.
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Don't forget for either leasing or buying you can get another $1,000 rebate check if you are a BMW CCA Member. That'll help with one lease payment for sure.

I hope someone out there is able to at least get the F90 at Invoice pricing for US Delivery.
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Why is the bmwusa.com lease calculator off by so much?
Is it off? I think it is pretty close. Remember though, the website calculator does not include taxes, fees, etc.
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Is it off? I think it is pretty close. Remember though, the website calculator does not include taxes, fees, etc.
Looks close...based on a .00152 MF
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MSRP $113,595
zero down
MF 0.00172
36 months /12k miles
$1494 including 6% tax

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Don't pay the mark up on the money factor.
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$1800 a month including 9.5% sales tax on payments. ( CA)


9.5% Sales tax....Wow LOL... I'm in NY and it's 8.125% I thought we had it bad.

I will spare the politics on the forum....But we know the reason as to why NY & CA are so high
Yes sales taxes are bad in CA and NY but we have best lease deals compare to any other state!
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No lease payment. I paid cash:
$124,000 sticker after all options. Received 10% off final payment:
$111,600 Due to pick up from port in South Korea mid April.
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Wow - how do you get a 10% discount?
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$1800 a month including 9.5% sales tax on payments. ( CA)


9.5% Sales tax....Wow LOL... I'm in NY and it's 8.125% I thought we had it bad.

I will spare the politics on the forum....But we know the reason as to why NY & CA are so high
Yes sales taxes are bad in CA and NY but we have best lease deals compare to any other state!
How do you figure? The only real variables in a lease is the money factor and the discount off MSRP. Residual amount is fixed no matter where you live.
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Price in CAD ... so approx

I just build the same cars from bmw usa (same package, options, etc...)

Just for some little comparison:

MY CAR = 135404 CAD = 106674 USD
USD: 121245 usd = 153 894 CAD

For my lease, i'm around 24000km / years

Taxes ... about 15%
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Wow - how do you get a 10% discount?
Military /Diplomat Overseas Car sales. One of perks working for the US Government oversea.
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Why would you pay cash for a car when interest rates are so low? I don’t care how much money you have - that is not smart. You’ve just sunk 100k into a depreciating asset. That money could be earning for you instead of being buried in a hole.
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Thanks for you concern about my financial situation! If you feel that bad you can reimburse me $100+K? I don't like owing anyone. Just like my X5M I finance it for 1.9 % with BMW North America and after making payments for for 6 months I just paid it off. Not worry about depreciation since I will keep the car and not sale it. To me 100k is not alot of money so it's not an issue. No disrespect to anyone who lease or finance...its not for me.


QUOTE=SFT33;22819265]Why would you pay cash for a car when interest rates are so


low? I don’t care how much money you have - that is not smart. You’ve just sunk 100k into a depreciating asset. That money could be earning for you instead of being buried in a hole.[/QUOTE]
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