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      11-19-2012, 05:44 PM   #45
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      11-19-2012, 06:23 PM   #46
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Pretty much, it's especially funny when they come back with different numbers everytime. My local dealer is probably the worst of BMW dealerships.

Offer 3k Off, Shake Hands, Paperwork shows MSRP.

Not to mention the thing had 700 miles on it, apparently all through test drives.
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      11-20-2012, 01:58 AM   #47
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Yeah they must have gotten the same memo. Plenty are offering 3Gs off as you walk into the door and now some via a "special internet offer". Then they play the "oh, and you can also get the 2,000 holiday and 750 loyalty credit too".............. like those numbers come out of their budget and not BMW USA's. Got to keep hammering.

So the deal you were offered was $3k and in addition you can get the $2k holiday credit and 750 loyalty?
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So the deal you were offered was $3k and in addition you can get the $2k holiday credit and 750 loyalty?
Yes. It's not bad, but I think if you get another 1G out of them, it's a very reasonable deal.

I should note that this offer is for a car on their lot...... A bit motivated to sell??

Maybe I'm getting too greedy, we shall see.
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Im curious when people quote pricing as $1500 over invoice, are they including the unavoidable $900 destination charge and the $1300 gas guzzler? Or just what base msrp would be? Im assuming its not included.
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      11-20-2012, 07:46 PM   #50
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Im curious when people quote pricing as $1500 over invoice, are they including the unavoidable $900 destination charge and the $1300 gas guzzler? Or just what base msrp would be? Im assuming its not included.
Quoted prices are usually with both of those charges. Go to bmwconfig.com it'll give you invoice and msrp for both us and euro deliveries. I've always double checked my quoted prices from that website.
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So, after convincing myself not to wait for the LCI, I decided it would be a good idea to start looking now for a dealer vehicle - I'm sure they will be really motivated to move a 100K vehicle before year end. Using info here, I'm going to try for an ED+ price. I found one in the midwest that had an MSRP of 106k, it's down to 99k.
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If you do Euro Delivery (which is well worth it) you can get Euro Invoice +$1000 or +$1500

That is the best I have heard. I did ED + $1500

you will save around 8-9k

I noticed you're in Oregon. What dealership did you use?
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If you do Euro Delivery (which is well worth it) you can get Euro Invoice +$1000 or +$1500

That is the best I have heard. I did ED + $1500

you will save around 8-9k

I noticed you're in Oregon. What dealership did you use?
I hear that all the time. But everyone has to realize.. you are then going to spend $25k in travel expenses.. depends on how you like to travel though..

Unless you fly to do delivery stay a night and fly back.. then maybe only 5k in travel.. depends how you like to fly though.

Point is, if you are going to do ED, do it for the experience. If the point of ED Is to save money, that's not going to happen.
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I hear that all the time. But everyone has to realize.. you are then going to spend $25k in travel expenses.. depends on how you like to travel though..

Unless you fly to do delivery stay a night and fly back.. then maybe only 5k in travel.. depends how you like to fly though.

Point is, if you are going to do ED, do it for the experience. If the point of ED Is to save money, that's not going to happen.
25K for ED travel expenses? I wanna see your vacation pics. You Sir, sound like someone who likes to have a good time!
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I am in CA and am going in to negotiate a new M5. How much are people getting off the MSRP? Also, what is the latest residual and money factor? Thank you.
i paid ED invoice + 500. Plus I got 1500 lease credit and 750 loyalty.
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Have my words OP.
when I first posted here about the prricing with approx. 2k off msrp. ppl told me that is stupid. for some reason they were telling me that taking about 10k off the MSRP is right. at first I was unable to understand these guys but eventually I got about 9k off the MSRP and I this took 2 months of dealing researching and etc. only downside for me was that my credit was poor so I had to go with 3rd party loaner who charges the interest little higher than BMW Canada. 2k off MSRP seems nothing anymore so why not try harder or even mention these facts to your dealer lol
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      05-05-2013, 06:14 AM   #57
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ED 89,949.00 all in with taxes and fees boys. Didn't pay gas guzzler as the car was ordered before the tax was published.

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Love the car, and there will always be deals to be had don't get pressured to buy a new car. I offered cash done deal no haggle! Good luck!
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I paid 94,250 (plus 750 off for financing) on a 101,045 msrp. It comes out to about 750 over invoice. I went and did the invoice on the bmwconfig and told my dealership I knew exactly what it cost them to get the car etc. I likely could have gotten it for 500 over invoice but my dealer had to go and get it from another dealership (it actually was still on the water and not on the other dealers lot yet), so they needed to make a little themselves on the sale since the other dealership was getting the initial 500 over invoice. I figured 250 wasn't a big deal hahah

Sounds like there are deals to be had. There are some used cars coming out on the market as has been brought to our attention or should I say "beat to death" by certain Dinan 550 owners on here. However, with the prices people are getting for the new cars you are only saving a couple thousand buying something with 3-5k miles on it.

Car should be here in a couple days and I have the cosmetic mods just waiting to go. I'll post a ton of pictures!
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ED 89,949.00 all in with taxes and fees boys. Didn't pay gas guzzler as the car was ordered before the tax was published.

ED September 7th
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Love the car, and there will always be deals to be had don't get pressured to buy a new car. I offered cash done deal no haggle! Good luck!
Sounds like a great deal. How much was the MSRP and the selling price before taxes and fees?
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Remember I did ED the MSRP was 83,665.00, not including the adds on's. Also helped I ordered before the gas guzzler tax was approved when I paid for the car. Deals a deal. Dealers always want to see cars. I never have a problem with waiting the new car smell does not make me itch.
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