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      05-19-2013, 09:49 AM   #1
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2013 m5 pricing/ 2014 updates

Hey guys just wondering what everyone's thoughts are on the 2013 m5's sitting at the dealers.

There are currently 3 at my local dealer priced from 103-110.

Do you think there will be a push by BMW in the form of incentives to get these cars sold ?

Appreciate any responses.

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      05-19-2013, 02:14 PM   #2
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Are you referring to the one's at bayside? If so, those have been there for months and they refuse to budge on price..
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      05-19-2013, 04:36 PM   #3
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Are you referring to the one's at bayside? If so, those have been there for months and they refuse to budge on price..
Bayside has 5 of them, park ave has 3 of them which is who I was
Referring to. Crazy that bayside won't budge. I'll check with my
Guy at park ave on Monday to see what the story is with them.

Maybe this is the m5 supply for the summer.
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I am waiting for my 2013 M5 to be delivered. It's on the boat. I'm so excited for it but yet am disappointed that I'm missing out on the new upgrades. I buy a lot of bmws through my company for myself, partner and father. I really want to go back to the dealership and ask for better pricing. Any thoughts??? This is also my first post on the forum as I find it very informative and helpful.
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      05-19-2013, 05:07 PM   #5
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I am waiting for my 2013 M5 to be delivered. It's on the boat. I'm so excited for it but yet am disappointed that I'm missing out on the new upgrades. I buy a lot of bmws through my company for myself, partner and father. I really want to go back to the dealership and ask for better pricing. Any thoughts??? This is also my first post on the forum as I find it very informative and helpful.
What kind of pricing are they giving you? You better not be paying msrp
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MSRP is $99,195 my buy price is $ 94,800. I know the invoice is probably around $92,500. I normally buy 1k over invoice but my salesman said he couldn't do that for the M5. I just recently bought an M3 for my partner and an 6 series grand coupe for my father all within the last 2 months. What's your thoughts? I really like my salesman and negotiate with both him and the GM. they always treat me fair and give me great customer service but at the end of the day still want the right deal.
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I am waiting for my 2013 M5 to be delivered. It's on the boat. I'm so excited for it but yet am disappointed that I'm missing out on the new upgrades. I buy a lot of bmws through my company for myself, partner and father. I really want to go back to the dealership and ask for better pricing. Any thoughts??? This is also my first post on the forum as I find it very informative and helpful.
What kind of pricing are they giving you? You better not be paying msrp
Btw thanks for your quick response. This forum is really great. I'm still getting use to how to properly post.
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      05-19-2013, 05:42 PM   #8
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To be honest I thought the 4300 you're getting off msrp wasn't bad. I'd like to hear what some of the other guys are getting though.

I would be straight up with your dealer, tell them you know there are changes coming and are not to happy paying that much knowing a refresh is only a few months out. You'd rather wait and order a 2014 unless they can give you a little something extra off.
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I am waiting for my 2013 M5 to be delivered. It's on the boat. I'm so excited for it but yet am disappointed that I'm missing out on the new upgrades. I buy a lot of bmws through my company for myself, partner and father. I really want to go back to the dealership and ask for better pricing. Any thoughts??? This is also my first post on the forum as I find it very informative and helpful.
What kind of pricing are they giving you? You better not be paying msrp
Btw thanks for your quick response. This forum is really great. I'm still getting use to how to properly post.
No worries and yes this forum is great

Also, why not wait for the 2014? Provided you can wait and you didn't order some combo that's unsellable I'm sure they can sell your car to someone else.
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I am waiting for my 2013 M5 to be delivered. It's on the boat. I'm so excited for it but yet am disappointed that I'm missing out on the new upgrades. I buy a lot of bmws through my company for myself, partner and father. I really want to go back to the dealership and ask for better pricing. Any thoughts??? This is also my first post on the forum as I find it very informative and helpful.
What kind of pricing are they giving you? You better not be paying msrp
Btw thanks for your quick response. This forum is really great. I'm still getting use to how to properly post.
No worries and yes this forum is great

Also, why not wait for the 2014? Provided you can wait and you didn't order some combo that's unsellable I'm sure they can sell your car to someone else.
My dealer on Long Island has been great and the pricing I felt was reasonable as well. I have a 2011 535xi lease that they are taking 4 months early on the pull ahead program. I'm buying the m5 and getting $2,250 rebate. Was hoping they would come out with more incentives or better financing though before I sign the deal. I'm so excited for it I don't think I can wait for the 2014. Lol.
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      05-20-2013, 05:26 PM   #11
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My dealer on Long Island has been great and the pricing I felt was reasonable as well. I have a 2011 535xi lease that they are taking 4 months early on the pull ahead program. I'm buying the m5 and getting $2,250 rebate. Was hoping they would come out with more incentives or better financing though before I sign the deal. I'm so excited for it I don't think I can wait for the 2014. Lol.
What is the $2,250 rebate for? Is $750 of it the loyalty rebate?
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I'm getting a $6.4k discount off a $104k MSRP. Paired with $750 and $1000 ultimate drive voucher brings the price to $96.5k. I'm dealing with BMW of Ft Myers, they gave me an $8k discount on my 650i last year. In BMW of Ocala, there is a $100k car discounted to $93k. Lots of great deals if you are looking.
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What is the $2,250 rebate for? Is $750 of it the loyalty rebate?
750 is for Loyalty and 1500 is for lease credit -- they had this promotion back in March when I ordered my car..
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Apparently if you were a BMW CCA member, you can get another $1k rebate.
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Just joined the forum and was wondering since it is probably around 2 months before the 2014's show up, it is possible to get 10k to 12k off the MSRP.

This would be in Socal.
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Yes but you will have to shop. I may have to cancel my ED thats about to go in to production because that dealer just wont deal. I am close to closing one at abt 11k off of US performance delivery (MSRP 128k). If you lease it is important to try to get a better gap between the MSRP and sale price = lower payments.

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Yes but you will have to shop. I may have to cancel my ED thats about to go in to production because that dealer just wont deal. I am close to closing one at abt 11k off of US performance delivery (MSRP 128k). If you lease it is important to try to get a better gap between the MSRP and sale price = lower payments.
Same if you buy = lower depreciation.
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Correct =) . Some may go to lease and not try to get below MSRP because they are "renting". Getting the sale price down just a few K can change your payment significantly.

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Thanks for the reply.

I went ahead and got my first m5 yesterday leftover 2013 Space Grey Metallic with executive and driver packages. Tried to get 10k off of 100k msrp but ended up with 9k off.

So far I am loving the car.
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Congrats. Great color too

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Thanks for the reply.

I went ahead and got my first m5 yesterday leftover 2013 Space Grey Metallic with executive and driver packages. Tried to get 10k off of 100k msrp but ended up with 9k off.

So far I am loving the car.
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Did not see any under $100K.

http://www.globalautosports.com/model/102/BMW-M5
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