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      10-08-2018, 05:49 PM   #1
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Post Official 3 Series and 4 Series Quotes, Pricing and Lease Rates Thread

Please use this thread as a master thread to discuss quotes, pricing, lease program, and the like.

This first post will be updated monthly with the latest lease program numbers (residuals, credits, incentives).

Please note that the incentives in your local market may differ.

Please do not make dealer / salesperson recommendations or referrals in this thread. Thank you!


July 2019 Lease Program:

4 Series Coupe - all models (2020MY)
15k miles / 54% residual
12k miles / 56% residual
10k miles / 57% residual

$1500 lease credit
$2000 finance credit
$1500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)
4 Series Convertible - all models (2020MY)
15k miles / 57% residual
12k miles / 59% residual
10k miles / 60% residual

$1500 lease credit
$2000 finance credit
$1500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)
4 Series Gran Coupe - all models (2020MY)
15k miles / 54% residual
12k miles / 56% residual
10k miles / 57% residual

$1200 lease credit
$2000 finance credit
$1500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)


Previous month's rates for reference:

June 2019 Lease Program:

3 Series GT and Wagon (2019MY)
15k miles / 59% residual
12k miles / 61% residual
10k miles / 62% residual

$3500 lease credit (GT / Wagon)
$2500 finance credit (GT / Wagon)
$1000 loyalty credit (GT / Wagon)

4 Series - all models (2019MY)
15k miles / 54% residual
12k miles / 56% residual
10k miles / 57% residual

$4250 lease credit (430i)
$3750 finance credit (430i)
$2500 loyalty credit (430i)
$5250 lease credit (440i)
$4750 finance credit (440i)
$2500 loyalty credit (440i)
4 Series Coupe - all models (2020MY)
15k miles / 54% residual
12k miles / 56% residual
10k miles / 57% residual

$1500 lease credit
$2000 finance credit
$1500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)
4 Series Convertible - all models (2020MY)
15k miles / 57% residual
12k miles / 59% residual
10k miles / 60% residual

$1500 lease credit
$2000 finance credit
$1500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)
4 Series Gran Coupe - all models (2020MY)
15k miles / 54% residual
12k miles / 56% residual
10k miles / 57% residual

$1500 lease credit
$2000 finance credit
$1500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)
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      10-11-2018, 11:10 AM   #2
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Are you sure the Lease Credit is correct for the 3 Series? I negotiating with a dealer right now and they are stating only $2,000 Lease Credit. Do you have a source I can share?

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These incentives are regionalized (mostly) so can be different in one part of the country from another. Try going to BMW USA, putting in your zip code, and then checking "offers".

Even for northern and southern california (which are different BMW markets), I have seen the incentives be different. I dont have the answer as I am not a BMW employee. Thats the way to check, however.
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2018 330xi wagon - review of deal

Thank you in advance community for input!!
  • MSRP: $51,785
  • Selling Price: $45,000
  • Cap Reduction: $2,000 (rebate)
  • Money factor: .00182
  • Residual: 60%
  • Annual miles: 12k
  • Security/MSD's: zero
  • Term: 36mos
  • Monthly base payment(pre-tax):$527.66

2018 CPO eligible with 4k miles.
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      11-01-2018, 12:34 PM   #5
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Updated with November program - no changes from October.
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      11-01-2018, 03:50 PM   #6
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Why in the hell is this posted without the base moneyfactor. Whoever thinks this is a good idea should be slapped and beaten upside the head!
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Whoever thinks this is a good idea should be slapped and beaten upside the head!
Whoa whoa whoa, you need to reset your expectations. They are providing information in one location that may need to be sought out direct from a dealer or otherwise.

Yes it'd be great to have the MF buy rate included, but simply suggest it rather than lash out. FYI, a quick search on Leasehakr shows that the MF hasn't changed either, it's still .00182.

Another suggestion which would be super helpful, including the regional incentives as well if possible.

I'm frustrated because all of the vehicles I'm considering are located in an area where the lease incentive has stayed at $2,000, while all others are at $3,000. I've talked to BMW FS and they say the dealers set it, in turn the dealer says BMW FS sets it. That extra $1,000 would make a hell of a difference to a monthly payment.
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Why in the hell is this posted without the base moneyfactor. Whoever thinks this is a good idea should be slapped and beaten upside the head!
Because BMW monitors these boards, and "official sources" can no longer give it to us. Find it somewhere online and post it yourself (no rule that I am aware of preventing a regular poster from posting it).
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Whoa whoa whoa, you need to reset your expectations. They are providing information in one location that may need to be sought out direct from a dealer or otherwise.

Yes it'd be great to have the MF buy rate included, but simply suggest it rather than lash out. FYI, a quick search on Leasehakr shows that the MF hasn't changed either, it's still .00182.

Another suggestion which would be super helpful, including the regional incentives as well if possible.

I'm frustrated because all of the vehicles I'm considering are located in an area where the lease incentive has stayed at $2,000, while all others are at $3,000. I've talked to BMW FS and they say the dealers set it, in turn the dealer says BMW FS sets it. That extra $1,000 would make a hell of a difference to a monthly payment.

If it's that easy to find then just post it to begin with. Never settle for complete idiocy - it's 2018 and people should not have to go to different sites to get complete information. Either do it right or don't do it at ALL and if you think different you suck!
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If it's that easy to find then just post it to begin with. Never settle for complete idiocy - it's 2018 and people should not have to go to different sites to get complete information. Either do it right or don't do it at ALL and if you think different you suck!
You can yell and stomp all you want, but itís really your attitude that sucks
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Whoever thinks this is a good idea should be slapped and beaten upside the head!
Whoa whoa whoa, you need to reset your expectations. They are providing information in one location that may need to be sought out direct from a dealer or otherwise.

Yes it'd be great to have the MF buy rate included, but simply suggest it rather than lash out. FYI, a quick search on Leasehakr shows that the MF hasn't changed either, it's still .00182.

Another suggestion which would be super helpful, including the regional incentives as well if possible.

I'm frustrated because all of the vehicles I'm considering are located in an area where the lease incentive has stayed at $2,000, while all others are at $3,000. I've talked to BMW FS and they say the dealers set it, in turn the dealer says BMW FS sets it. That extra $1,000 would make a hell of a difference to a monthly payment.
$1,000 = $30mo. Not that much.
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$1,000 = $30mo. Not that much.
All by itself maybe not, but when you're fighting to get under a certain number per month it makes a difference. I'd rather have that extra grand in my pocket regardless.
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Thoughts on this quote from my local dealer.
2018 340i, Glacier Silver Metallic

Premium Package, Adaptive M Suspension, Active Blind Spot Detection, Back up Camera ( no PDC).

MSRP : $56,730
Market: $51,730

$0 down, $625 tax included. 10k miles/year.

I'll try and get more info but that's all I got.
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Thoughts on this quote from my local dealer.
2018 340i, Glacier Silver Metallic

Premium Package, Adaptive M Suspension, Active Blind Spot Detection, Back up Camera ( no PDC).

MSRP : $56,730
Market: $51,730

$0 down, $625 tax included. 10k miles/year.

I'll try and get more info but that's all I got.
That looks good. My deal in May had the same MSRP (330xiT), $0 down and came to $620/mo. I added $1200 to the deal for the lease turn in protection, though. Probably makes up for the change in mf (I was at .00166).

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$1,000 = $30mo. Not that much.
All by itself maybe not, but when you're fighting to get under a certain number per month it makes a difference. I'd rather have that extra grand in my pocket regardless.
Well that goes without saying.
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January 2019 program rates have been posted.
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Thank you!
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Hmmm.... seems two different numbers for a 2019 440i.
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That's APR
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Hmmm.... seems two different numbers for a 2019 440i.
That's APR
Did you miss the numbers that say $3,500?


That's a credit for financing (not leasing).

$2,500 on one post, $3,500 on website.
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