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      09-11-2019, 03:49 PM   #1255
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Just pulled the trigger on a 2019 M5CP with the following #'s. It's not the best deal I've seen but I was happy with it. 11.4% off after rebates is pretty good in my book. I've seen people posting about 12% off before rebates, and damn that's a solid pull. I wasn't able to get close to that with the dealers I negotiated with.

MSRP: $123,335
Sale Price w/rebates: $109,315
$0 down (cap-cost reduction)
52% Residual
MF: .00128
Monthly: $1586.65 at 15k/yr for 36 months
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      09-11-2019, 05:24 PM   #1256
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vandal what state are you in? are your taxes included in payment? what is your driveoff? I am getting close to a similar deal in TX
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      09-11-2019, 07:20 PM   #1257
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Just pulled the trigger on a 2019 M5CP with the following #'s. It's not the best deal I've seen but I was happy with it. 11.4% off after rebates is pretty good in my book. I've seen people posting about 12% off before rebates, and damn that's a solid pull. I wasn't able to get close to that with the dealers I negotiated with.

MSRP: $123,335
Sale Price w/rebates: $109,315
$0 down (cap-cost reduction)
52% Residual
MF: .00128
Monthly: $1586.65 at 15k/yr for 36 months

not bad, i think you're the first 15k mileage lease i've seen with the f90 lol.
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      09-12-2019, 12:18 AM   #1258
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Just pulled the trigger on a 2019 M5CP with the following #'s. It's not the best deal I've seen but I was happy with it. 11.4% off after rebates is pretty good in my book. I've seen people posting about 12% off before rebates, and damn that's a solid pull. I wasn't able to get close to that with the dealers I negotiated with.

MSRP: $123,335
Sale Price w/rebates: $109,315
$0 down (cap-cost reduction)
52% Residual
MF: .00128
Monthly: $1586.65 at 15k/yr for 36 months

not bad, i think you're the first 15k mileage lease i've seen with the f90 lol.
Hah, yeah most are 10 or 12k. I have a 50 mile drive to work for the next 9 months until I move back to Seattle and can go back to a normal commute. Unfortunately I need those miles!
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      09-12-2019, 12:22 AM   #1259
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vandal what state are you in? are your taxes included in payment? what is your driveoff? I am getting close to a similar deal in TX
In New Mexico. Buying in AZ though, but they apply NM taxes (5.125%). Taxes are included in that payment I posted. TX is pretty bad for leases no? Something about the tax structure with leases? Thought I remember that when looking into cars with El Paso BMW in the past. Drive off is $2420. First month + upfront taxes/fees.
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      09-12-2019, 03:13 PM   #1260
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yea i think texas taxes you on the price of the vehicle itself, instead of useage tax.
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exactly, we dont often see as much MSRP discount on BMWs as dealers in other states are willing to do, and we get full 6.25% on the cap cost applied up front. That really hurts.
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that sucks
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      09-13-2019, 05:54 PM   #1263
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Damn, that's gross. Wonder why they're so anti-lease in the state tax code.
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I suppose that's the price to pay for no state income tax
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M5 2019 deal....help

Guys let me know if it is a good deal. Thanks
MRSP 115000
Rebate 2500
Sale price 108,250
Residual 54% 62,151
MF 0.00168
Month 1670
0 down
36/12k

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It's bad deal. I just got one from Socal for 10+% off plus 4500 rebate. Also, the MF is 0.00128.


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Guys let me know if it is a good deal. Thanks
MRSP 115000
Rebate 2500
Sale price 108,250
Residual 54% 62,151
MF 0.00168
Month 1670
0 down
36/12k

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Guys let me know if it is a good deal. Thanks
MRSP 115000
Rebate 2500
Sale price 108,250
Residual 54% 62,151
MF 0.00168
Month 1670
0 down
36/12k

Thanks
Not a great deal. Try to get them to drop another $4k off the sale price and use the base MF of .00128. I'm assuming you're only getting a $2500 rebate because you aren't currently in a BMW? If you are, make sure they add another $2000 for loyalty onto the $2500 rebate. It's always helpful to reach out to multiple dealerships to see what they are willing to do for you. It's nice to have an offer from one dealer to use as leverage when negotiating with another dealer.
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It's bad deal. I just got one from Socal for 10+% off plus 4500 rebate. Also, the MF is 0.00128.
What's the break down for your deal? Thanks
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Guys let me know if it is a good deal. Thanks
MRSP 115000
Rebate 2500
Sale price 108,250
Residual 54% 62,151
MF 0.00168
Month 1670
0 down
36/12k

Thanks


this is terrible...
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