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      11-18-2012, 01:33 PM   #123
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Originally Posted by maysiu View Post
If that's the case my negociated price would be 43,379(42,379 cash price of the vehicle + 1000 USAA), which is roughly about 4% off from the MSRP. I see people mentioned here being able to beat the price down to close to the invoice then have them apply the incentives and rebate on top of it. So my concern is that my actual negociated price would be 43,379, which is about 1700 above the invoice. Did I just get a bad deal?

I asked them and they said the 1000 college grad incentive was not applied. That's another thing I feel weird about too. Since the incentive is listed on bmwusa.com, shouldn't all dealerships be providing the incentives state on their main site?

Thank you so much for the input!!

I haven't read too much about the T/C of the college grad incentive, so I'm not sure. Likely it should come right off, just like other rebates.

$1700 over invoice (before applicable discounts) is not great. Tell 'em you want another $1000 off that final price, and should be pretty good.
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