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      04-16-2012, 09:56 PM   #1
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Residual and money factor for F10 M5 lease in the US?

What kind of residual and money factor can we expect on the new M5? Has anyone heard anything?
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Would just be guessing. The full order guides and pricing is going to be released this week or next (before the order bank opens the week of the 23rd) so we'll know the lease residual and MF soon.
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I did a comparitive lease for a 7 series, which was approximately $90k msrp as well, and with a $5k down payment, a 2 year lease came to approx $1000/mnth payment. Just for speculation, not the most concrete answer.
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Talked to my salesman this week. The residual will be in the high 50's. With a standard money factor of .00195.
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Talked to my salesman this week. The residual will be in the high 50's. With a standard money factor of .00195.
Thats a pretty good money factor isnt it? If I remember correctly back when I got my C63 they quoted me something like .00375. I remember it equating to nearly 10% APR so I bought it instead.
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Thats a pretty good money factor isnt it? If I remember correctly back when I got my C63 they quoted me something like .00375. I remember it equating to nearly 10% APR so I bought it instead.
It certainly is especially comparing back to the e60 M5's when they first came out. The money factor, and residual on the e60's were so bad that every body bought them. It made no sense to lease it. So stating you get a decent amount of options with a 95k msrp. With a decent or no discount of 2k and decent amount down. You'll be looking at 1k-1300 a month depending on your net cap cost, and whether how many options you get.
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It certainly is especially comparing back to the e60 M5's when they first came out. The money factor, and residual on the e60's were so bad that every body bought them. It made no sense to lease it. So stating you get a decent amount of options with a 95k msrp. With a decent or no discount of 2k and decent amount down. You'll be looking at 1k-1300 a month depending on your net cap cost, and whether how many options you get.
I wont be getting many options and since I own my C63 outright Ill even lay down some more money when I sell it to them. Looks like Ill finally have an M5 in my garage.

Noob lease question - If you put money down on a lease, do you lose that money in the event you total the car?
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I wont be getting many options and since I own my C63 outright Ill even lay down some more money when I sell it to them. Looks like Ill finally have an M5 in my garage.

Noob lease question - If you put money down on a lease, do you lose that money in the event you total the car?
Put as minimum down as possible on a leased car. You lose your down payment should the car be totaled or stolen. Not sure if gap insurance will cover the down payment.
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Correct, thats why its stupid to put a lot of money down on a lease if you total it you wont get that money back. It's just a matter of if you wanna spend the money now or later.
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Talked to my salesman this week. The residual will be in the high 50's. With a standard money factor of .00195.
Did he say where he got the info from? Have dealers got the lease figures from BMW now? That MF and residual wouldnt be too bad.
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Put as minimum down as possible on a leased car. You lose your down payment should the car be totaled or stolen. Not sure if gap insurance will cover the down payment.
In my jurisdiction gap insurance essentially replaces the depreciated car with a brand new one, so I'd just continue making my lease payments on the new car.
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The M6 is .00195 and 54% for the 36 months. I think it will be similar.
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The M6 is .00195 and 54% for the 36 months. I think it will be similar.
the 6 series tends to deprecieat a lot more than the 5 if I'm correct??? So hopefuly it will be a few points higher than 56%. Is the 56% for 15,000 miles? what would 12,000 miles be?
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the 6 series tends to deprecieat a lot more than the 5 if I'm correct??? So hopefuly it will be a few points higher than 56%. Is the 56% for 15,000 miles? what would 12,000 miles be?
This. Although the M cars are really in a class by themselves so it's hard to extrapolate the regular 6 and 5 series numbers to the M6 and M5.
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the 6 series tends to deprecieat a lot more than the 5 if I'm correct??? So hopefuly it will be a few points higher than 56%. Is the 56% for 15,000 miles? what would 12,000 miles be?
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This. Although the M cars are really in a class by themselves so it's hard to extrapolate the regular 6 and 5 series numbers to the M6 and M5.


it's 54% for 15k

plus 2% for 12k

plus 3% for 10k.
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it's 54% for 15k

plus 2% for 12k

plus 3% for 10k.
Are these guesses or real? As far as I know there are no lease rates out yet for the M5.
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Are these guesses or real? As far as I know there are no lease rates out yet for the M5.
I think they are the rates for the M6 as we were comparing the depreciation between the M5 and M6.
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I emailed my dealer today asking about lease rates, here is his response.

"Sorry Brian. I got tied up this afternoon but Iím now free. Thanks for your patience.

The rates and residuals are not out yet for the M5. The platinum interior is the optional individual leather. I built it online with the Silverstone II Extended Merino Leather, the standard leather, and came to $92095. Using that price, the payment should be around $1244 with $10,000 down, plus your TT&L. The taxes and fees total $6,248.24. I would guess that the rate would be 6.5% and the residual would be 55%. When the actual rate comes out and if itís lower, it will decrease the payment roughly by $57 per interest point. If the residual increases by 1% it will decrease the payment by roughly $22.

Once I see the rates, I can send you the exact payment and the figures so you can do an accurate evaluation to see where you will be on the ownerís choice."
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I would guess that the rate would be 6.5% and the residual would be 55%.
Am I incorrect in my calculation of an interest rate of 6.5% converts to a money factor of approx .0028???? Does that seem excessively high? I was thinking in the .00195 range.
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Am I incorrect in my calculation of an interest rate of 6.5% converts to a money factor of approx .0028???? Does that seem excessively high? I was thinking in the .00195 range.
Yes, just under .0028 - the previously mentioned .00195 was just a guess though I believe. If this is the case I would rather finance at 1.99% and buy it.
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Yes, just under .0028 - the previously mentioned .00195 was just a guess though I believe. If this is the case I would rather finance at 1.99% and buy it.
When I look up this months money factors for all other models, they range from .00155 - .00190. A money factor of .0028 sounds WAY off. I think this dealer might be giving you bad info.
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