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      04-09-2013, 03:31 AM   #1
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Hi i wanted to start a thread about 335i lease deals. Ive seen many about 328i but not 335i. I want to know your deals to help me make a deal.

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Premium package
Navigation system
M-sport line
Sport auto with shift paddles.
=$52,645
12k m/yr for 36 months
Up to 4000 down.
Has anyone got monthly payments in the $400 range?
Share your deals. Thanks.
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      04-09-2013, 04:45 AM   #2
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I dont know if that will happen unless you put down alot of cash
My build is 335 xdrive sport line mineral grey black/red leatherette
Just a couple hundread over invoice cant recall exact amount
5500 down includes taxes
430 a month
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      04-09-2013, 07:45 AM   #3
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I don't really get the point of "Premium Package" on the 335i. I think it's the worst $2000+ you can spend. Again just my opinion, but the BMW Leatherette is pretty good. Can hardly tell the difference. In essence for another $800, you get comfort access + Satellite Radio? Slickdeals has various codes where you can get a year's worth for $77. Is the kick trunk open that big of a deal?

anyways, here was the build I was quoted for:
335i
Black Sapphire Metallic
M-Sport
Black Leatherette
Heated Front Seats
Dynamic Handling Package
HK Sound
Sport Transmission with Paddle Shifters

MSRP: $50,670

With just $250 Doc Fees + Temp. Tags + First Payment + $70 License Plates Down
Payment was: $535.28

With $2000 down, that brings my payment down to $424. 12k/36 months. This is with Tax + Acquisition Fees rolled in. I should also mention that I was doing a ED, thus the agreed upon price was $550 Above ED Invoice...

My Sales MGR. agreed to sell me the AH3 for the same deal, so I am considering that, since the incentives are a tad bit better on those...
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      04-09-2013, 08:10 AM   #4
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I don't really get the point of "Premium Package" on the 335i. I think it's the worst $2000+ you can spend. Again just my opinion, but the BMW Leatherette is pretty good. Can hardly tell the difference. In essence for another $800, you get comfort access + Satellite Radio? Slickdeals has various codes where you can get a year's worth for $77. Is the kick trunk open that big of a deal?

anyways, here was the build I was quoted for:
335i
Black Sapphire Metallic
M-Sport
Black Leatherette
Heated Front Seats
Dynamic Handling Package
HK Sound
Sport Transmission with Paddle Shifters

MSRP: $50,670

With just $250 Doc Fees + Temp. Tags + First Payment + $70 License Plates Down
Payment was: $535.28

With $2000 down, that brings my payment down to $424. 12k/36 months. This is with Tax + Acquisition Fees rolled in. I should also mention that I was doing a ED, thus the agreed upon price was $550 Above ED Invoice...

My Sales MGR. agreed to sell me the AH3 for the same deal, so I am considering that, since the incentives are a tad bit better on those...
dam ED invoice must be real nice your paying a little less than me but with a lot less down
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      04-09-2013, 09:41 AM   #5
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Just picked up a 335i lease.

Mineral Grey sportline
Black interior with red highlights
Premium pkg
Cold weather pkg
Tech pkg
HK stereo
Sport auto transmission

36 months with 10,000/yr

MSRP was $53,920
Paid $51,000
Minus $2250 in incentives

At signing was the first months payment and acquisition fee which was like $1300.

Payment is $536
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      04-09-2013, 09:46 AM   #6
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I don't really get the point of "Premium Package" on the 335i. I think it's the worst $2000+ you can spend. Again just my opinion, but the BMW Leatherette is pretty good. Can hardly tell the difference. In essence for another $800, you get comfort access + Satellite Radio? Slickdeals has various codes where you can get a year's worth for $77. Is the kick trunk open that big of a deal?

anyways, here was the build I was quoted for:
335i
Black Sapphire Metallic
M-Sport
Black Leatherette
Heated Front Seats
Dynamic Handling Package
HK Sound
Sport Transmission with Paddle Shifters

MSRP: $50,670

With just $250 Doc Fees + Temp. Tags + First Payment + $70 License Plates Down
Payment was: $535.28

With $2000 down, that brings my payment down to $424. 12k/36 months. This is with Tax + Acquisition Fees rolled in. I should also mention that I was doing a ED, thus the agreed upon price was $550 Above ED Invoice...

My Sales MGR. agreed to sell me the AH3 for the same deal, so I am considering that, since the incentives are a tad bit better on those...
I must be missing something. There's no way that $2000 down will reduce your payment by $110/month. That should reduce it roughly $60. How you're getting your payment down almost twice that is a mystery.
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      04-09-2013, 09:57 AM   #7
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I must be missing something. There's no way that $2000 down will reduce your payment by $110/month. That should reduce it roughly $60. How you're getting your payment down almost twice that is a mystery.
You are correct. I had a typo. My original with just the $750 incentive was: $487.30. With $2000 down, it comes down to: $424.

I accidentally told you the 2 yr 12k lease payment - which was $535.

Identical Numbers:
12k/2yr No Money Down: $535 @ 70% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
12k/2yr $2000 Down: $443

15k/2yr No Money Down: $578 @ 68% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
15k/2yr $2000 Down: $486

12k/3yr No Money Down: $487 @ 64% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
12k/3yr $2000 Down: $424

15k/3yr No Money Down: $515 @ 62% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
15k/3yr $2000 Down: $452


Hope this makes better sense!!!


Same Build for the AH3
MSRP: $57,150

12k/2yr No Money Down: $483 @ 68% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
12k/2yr $2000 Down: $392

15k/2yr No Money Down: $532 @ 66% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
15k/2yr $2000 Down: $440

12k/3yr No Money Down: $466 @ 62% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
12k/3yr $2000 Down: $404

15k/3yr No Money Down: $499 @ 60% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
15k/3yr $2000 Down: $435

That brings some more perspective. The AH3 is slightly better. Not a whole lot though!!!

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      04-09-2013, 10:17 AM   #8
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That makes a lot more sense. I read that first payment 4 or 5 times trying to figure out how you got it so low, wondering why I couldn't reduce my payment that much with just a little down.

Thanks for clearing it up.
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      04-10-2013, 01:45 PM   #9
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I must be missing something. There's no way that $2000 down will reduce your payment by $110/month. That should reduce it roughly $60. How you're getting your payment down almost twice that is a mystery.
You are correct. I had a typo. My original with just the $750 incentive was: $487.30. With $2000 down, it comes down to: $424.

I accidentally told you the 2 yr 12k lease payment - which was $535.

Identical Numbers:
12k/2yr No Money Down: $535 @ 70% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
12k/2yr $2000 Down: $443

15k/2yr No Money Down: $578 @ 68% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
15k/2yr $2000 Down: $486

12k/3yr No Money Down: $487 @ 64% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
12k/3yr $2000 Down: $424

15k/3yr No Money Down: $515 @ 62% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
15k/3yr $2000 Down: $452


Hope this makes better sense!!!


Same Build for the AH3
MSRP: $57,150

12k/2yr No Money Down: $483 @ 68% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
12k/2yr $2000 Down: $392

15k/2yr No Money Down: $532 @ 66% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
15k/2yr $2000 Down: $440

12k/3yr No Money Down: $466 @ 62% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
12k/3yr $2000 Down: $404

15k/3yr No Money Down: $499 @ 60% Residual; .00129 + .0003 = .00159 MF
15k/3yr $2000 Down: $435

That brings some more perspective. The AH3 is slightly better. Not a whole lot though!!!
On ridewithg.com lease rates it says, 62% residual with 0.00129 MF for april.. ??
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You can get the rates down with multiple MSD's and ED. Also the $750 loyalty and $500 pull ahead. I'm pricing a 335 with msrp @ $50k, 12k miles and 24/mo... at about $430 a month nothing down
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You can get the rates down with multiple MSD's and ED. Also the $750 loyalty and $500 pull ahead. I'm pricing a 335 with msrp @ $50k, 12k miles and 24/mo... at about $430 a month nothing down
Please for god's sake tell me who's giving you that deal and I'll end up there ASAP.
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Please for god's sake tell me who's giving you that deal and I'll end up there ASAP.
Here's how I see it:

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      04-10-2013, 07:17 PM   #13
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I put a deposit down on a fully loaded 2013 335i:

Vehicle:2013 335i M Sport
Exterior: Estoril Blue
Interior: Black Dakota Leather
MSRP: $56,220
Sale Price: $54,200
Additional Rebate: $1750
Cash out of pocket: $12,800
Security Deposit: $2800
36 mos at 10,000 miles per year
$369.52 Per Month

That's with a $10k down payment, though--but it *is* under $400...
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      04-11-2013, 12:07 AM   #15
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I put a deposit down on a fully loaded 2013 335i:

Vehicle:2013 335i M Sport
Exterior: Estoril Blue
Interior: Black Dakota Leather
MSRP: $56,220
Sale Price: $54,200
Additional Rebate: $1750
Cash out of pocket: $12,800
Security Deposit: $2800
36 mos at 10,000 miles per year
$369.52 Per Month

That's with a $10k down payment, though--but it *is* under $400...
Please tell me you are not putting 10k down on a lease...
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Please tell me you are not putting 10k down on a lease...
+1 - ouch if thats true.
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Here's the deal I worked out, would love to hear any thoughts. Maybe not quite as good as ssedha's, but close:

335i 6MT
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Glacier Silver
Black Leatherette
Dynamic Handling Package
Heated Front Seats
Navigation
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MSRP - $51,445

Dealer Invoice (per BMWconfig) - $47,330

$0 down (other than 1st months payment, tax, tags)

$578/month for 12k miles/36 months
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Please tell me you are not putting 10k down on a lease...
I am trading in my current 2007 328XI and putting some of it towards the down payment; it's still less over 3 years than putting less down. Why, is that not a good idea? I'm looking at the total cost over the lease--not the upfront.
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I am trading in my current 2007 328XI and putting some of it towards the down payment; it's still less over 3 years than putting less down. Why, is that not a good idea? I'm looking at the total cost over the lease--not the upfront.
If the car gets totaled for whatever reason say bye bye to your down payment.
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If the car gets totaled for whatever reason say bye bye to your down payment.
Aren't you liable for the rest of the cost of the lease anyway in the case of a totaled car?

EDIT: This is my first time leasing, so this is good (and even contributes to op)
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If the car gets totaled for whatever reason say bye bye to your down payment.
Aren't you liable for the rest of the cost of the lease anyway in the case of a totaled car?

EDIT: This is my first time leasing, so this is good (and even contributes to op)
Same. First timer. You put higher MSD but lower down payments. thats what I've noticed people do.
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Aren't you liable for the rest of the cost of the lease anyway in the case of a totaled car?

EDIT: This is my first time leasing, so this is good (and even contributes to op)
Leases have gap insurance built into them. So if the car is totalled the gap insurance will cover the remainder of the lease. However, any money you put down is lost. So if anything happens to the car kiss you $10k goodbye.

Putting money down on a lease is essencially making the payments up front. You'll likely save a very small amount in interest and a lower monthly payment might look more appealing, but the risk of losing it in the case of an accident is generally too high for most people.
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