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      09-22-2017, 12:33 AM   #1
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Demo/Courtesy Vehicle Search

Hello everyone,

Looking for a family member and thought I'd ask here for some tips.

Is there a faster way to do a search for executive/courtesy demos through out the region/nationwide versus going to dealership websites one by one and maybe they will have a page dedicated to demos?

Also, are they all available for lease? For example: a 2016 demo pops up

Thanks in advance!
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      09-22-2017, 05:59 PM   #2
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I have a 2016 328i with good options that is an exec demo I may be looking to have somebody do a lease takeover on. PM me if interested.
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      09-29-2017, 03:59 PM   #3
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Go to BMWUSA.com and search "Certified Pre-Owned Cars" with low mileage. You can expand the search radius from you zip to infinity and get the whole county.
Lease would probably be available on low mileage CPO. Work with the dealer.
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Mine was an exec demo, but with virtually no miles, got a great deal. Just negotiate with the dealer for the best deal on a new one and they may give you a no mileage exec demo that is essentially new if you're lucky. You'll get the new car maintenance package though minus a couple months depending on the age of the vehicle.
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Mine was an exec demo, but with virtually no miles, got a great deal. Just negotiate with the dealer for the best deal on a new one and they may give you a no mileage exec demo that is essentially new if you're lucky. You'll get the new car maintenance package though minus a couple months depending on the age of the vehicle.
Maintenance should be included regardless, it's sold as new. It still runs out of warranty at 50k though.
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      10-08-2017, 09:32 AM   #6
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Maintenance should be included regardless, it's sold as new. It still runs out of warranty at 50k though.
aren't they usually registered, I get they are damn close to new but you are a second owner right?
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aren't they usually registered, I get they are damn close to new but you are a second owner right?
some are some are not mine was registered here but my dad got an exec car and I believe it was never registered depends on the state.
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aren't they usually registered, I get they are damn close to new but you are a second owner right?
So on my exec demo I am the "first" owner and it was registered as a new vehicle to me despite having nearly 11k miles on it. It's honestly the best way to lease, I got nearly 30% off MSRP and from my perspective the only difference is the miles at inception since the warranty and maintenance is still good through the end of the lease.
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So on my exec demo I am the "first" owner and it was registered as a new vehicle to me despite having nearly 11k miles on it. It's honestly the best way to lease, I got nearly 30% off MSRP and from my perspective the only difference is the miles at inception since the warranty and maintenance is still good through the end of the lease.
the main diff is you're stuck with a certain build. haven't seen an m-sport demo. seems to be basic or luxury line, but usually with lots of options.

OP: best way to do it is talk to your dealer months in advance and have him be on the look out for something. some models may not be possible of course.
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