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      11-27-2012, 06:48 PM   #1
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2013 M5 lease questions

What would a lease payment and due at signing be on a fully loaded 2013 M5? Zero cap cost reduction, 15,000 miles a year, no MSD. We can use November's MF/residuals.

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What would a lease payment and due at signing be on a fully loaded 2013 M5? Zero cap cost reduction, 15,000 miles a year, no MSD. We can use November's MF/residuals.

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$1900-2000
You can also go to bmwusa.com and calculate your payment.
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$1900-2000
You can also go to bmwusa.com and calculate your payment.
bmwusa.com is never accurate..
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$1900-2000
You can also go to bmwusa.com and calculate your payment.
bmwusa.com is never accurate..
Agreed. I was hoping to hear from people who have recently leased their M5s. I figured I would be more in the $1500 range with zero cap cost reduction and at 15,000 miles a year.
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Agreed. I was hoping to hear from people who have recently leased their M5s. I figured I would be more in the $1500 range with zero cap cost reduction and at 15,000 miles a year.
Not a chance. With the MF and residual released by BMWFS a fully loaded M5 will run you around $110K. No cap cost reduction and 15K miles per year you are looking at roughly $2K per month. This is assuming a negotiated price of $110K, MF of .00165 (current MF is .00125 but the finance department will markup to get their cut) and a tax percentage of 7%.

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I'm seriously looking at an M5 for my wife - the lease deals are simply bad for the M5 due to lack of support by BMW. At $100k with a negotiated cap of say $97k are you seriously only going to get 49k when you sell the car in 3 years with 30k miles? Maybe if we fall back into recession.... Thoughts?
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If any dealers try to mark up the MF to .00165...walk away!!
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      12-06-2012, 10:16 PM   #9
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.00125 is the MF for Dec. You can do 7 MSD to buy down the rate to .00076. 12k miles= 50% residual on 36 months. Also there is $2k holiday cash +$750 loyalty.

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I'm seriously looking at an M5 for my wife - the lease deals are simply bad for the M5 due to lack of support by BMW. At $100k with a negotiated cap of say $97k are you seriously only going to get 49k when you sell the car in 3 years with 30k miles? Maybe if we fall back into recession.... Thoughts?
I think they are looking at their closest competitor the Mercedes E63 AMG.
It's been out since 2010 so people's lease is up. 3 years car 40k miles, they are selling for $50k.
It is very possible the M5 will depreciate just as much.
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If you factor in the fact that F10s are getting a face lift for 2014, yes...2013 F10 M5 resale will suffer.
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