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      09-21-2011, 01:12 PM   #89
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No worries. I sent Kwinn a reminder. I'm not in super hurry at the moment, so I'll give him a chance to get back to me.
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I will call him right now and see how he is holding up. thank you for your patience
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      09-21-2011, 11:15 PM   #91
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For all you lease experts, does this seem like a fair deal on a 2011 E92 M3 Coupe?

E92 Coupe, MSRP 75,425
Sale price for lease is 69,500
1000 less if I apply my BMW Drive Certificate, or I can take it as cash, and apply it toward the 1000 shipping fee I must pay to get the car here to the east coast. They've asked me to pay for shipping, because they say their giving me the lowest prices already.

Does this seem like a good deal?
Their lease quote is with my first month payment and my total state sales tax of (300) paid up front (they get us on vehicle registration instead of sales tax)
So monthly with 3 years at 15k miles/year is 889.00
Thoughts?
This includes the 725 acquisition fee and the dealerís doc fee of 500.

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      09-22-2011, 07:11 AM   #92
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For all you lease experts, does this seem like a fair deal on a 2011 E92 M3 Coupe?

E92 Coupe, MSRP 75,425
Sale price for lease is 69,500
1000 less if I apply my BMW Drive Certificate, or I can take it as cash, and apply it toward the 1000 shipping fee I must pay to get the car here to the east coast. They've asked me to pay for shipping, because they say their giving me the lowest prices already.

Does this seem like a good deal?
Their lease quote is with my first month payment and my total state sales tax of (300) paid up front (they get us on vehicle registration instead of sales tax)
So monthly with 3 years at 15k miles/year is 889.00
Thoughts?
This includes the 725 acquisition fee and the dealerís doc fee of 500.

Appreicate any perspective!
Thanks!
It helps if you post the invoice price of the car.
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      09-22-2011, 08:53 AM   #93
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For all you lease experts, does this seem like a fair deal on a 2011 E92 M3 Coupe?

E92 Coupe, MSRP 75,425
Sale price for lease is 69,500
1000 less if I apply my BMW Drive Certificate, or I can take it as cash, and apply it toward the 1000 shipping fee I must pay to get the car here to the east coast. They've asked me to pay for shipping, because they say their giving me the lowest prices already.

Does this seem like a good deal?
Their lease quote is with my first month payment and my total state sales tax of (300) paid up front (they get us on vehicle registration instead of sales tax)
So monthly with 3 years at 15k miles/year is 889.00
Thoughts?
This includes the 725 acquisition fee and the dealerís doc fee of 500.

Appreicate any perspective!
Thanks!
IS350,

There are resources on the forum here which you can use to calculate the invoice price of the car yourself, assuming you have an itemized quote or sticker picture from the dealer you're considering the purchase from.

Your price of 69500 is about 92% of the MSRP. Considering that includes shipping (you use your 1000 credit for it) and other fees listed above, the purchase price seems pretty good. The only way you could do better is ED on a new car.

What are your residual value and money factors on the lease? I've read that 60% is pretty standard residual for BMW and a money factor under .002 is pretty good.

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      09-22-2011, 09:37 AM   #94
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2012 E92 M3, MSRP 75025, I'm paying 7100. I'm pretty ok with this price. Considering all the facts. Such as I'm in IN, not many dealer around, next closest dealer is 65 miles away, don't want to waste time going there again and again. cuz I'm in college.
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      09-22-2011, 09:43 AM   #95
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2012 E92 M3, MSRP 75025, I'm paying 7100. I'm pretty ok with this price. Considering all the facts. Such as I'm in IN, not many dealer around, next closest dealer is 65 miles away, don't want to waste time going there again and again. cuz I'm in college.
In college and getting a $71K car? Nice.
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2012 E92 M3, MSRP 75025, I'm paying 7100. I'm pretty ok with this price. Considering all the facts. Such as I'm in IN, not many dealer around, next closest dealer is 65 miles away, don't want to waste time going there again and again. cuz I'm in college.
In college and getting a $71K car? Nice.

Haha, I was waiting for this car since it first came out, and when I going to buy a M3 last year, my parents considered safe issue and made me end up in a x5 35i, I proved them I'm a good drive over the last year and now finally swithing into my dream M3~
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      09-24-2011, 12:53 PM   #97
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Just emailed Ryan. Looking forward to getting this M3 ball rolling!
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      09-24-2011, 12:55 PM   #98
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Awesome thank you Ryan will be back in monday
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      09-24-2011, 01:35 PM   #99
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@ GOLFFRR - heyy!!! New member here, just joined. This forums been great. was lurking around here for about a month before finally decided to join. I actually talked to Rudolph at StevethomasBMW this morning and he has taken preliminary details from me for my MY2012 M3. He told me that he was going to talk to either Ryan or someone who deals with this on a daily basis and get back to me today or on monday. so waiting to hear from you guys. Not sure how the distance thing is exactly going to work out (I am in Oklahoma) and am a bit uneasy since I havent really done something like this before, but will see...
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      09-24-2011, 01:40 PM   #100
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Awesome, in order to get the forum pricing you will need to go through Ryan "only" he is the only salesman that I would recommend you deal with. Go ahead and shoot Ryan an email and let him know your a forum member and he will get you all set up monday
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      09-24-2011, 02:23 PM   #101
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awesome.... thanks!!! will email Ryan right now....
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      09-24-2011, 02:26 PM   #102
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Perfect, I also shot Ryan a text and let him know to contact rudolph for your info as well
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      09-24-2011, 04:58 PM   #103
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am not sure if this is the correct forum to post this (moderators - feel free to move this to an appropriate forum)

@ GOLFFRR - does BMW still offer the "BMW M3 performance exhaust for the MY2012 M3's?? That would be sweet if they still do, or can it be sourced from the 2011 parts bin since its basically the same car??
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      09-24-2011, 05:02 PM   #104
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Yes perf exhaust is available for all e9x M's as a accessory
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      09-24-2011, 05:35 PM   #105
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sweeettttttt............ just made my day!!!!!!
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      09-24-2011, 11:39 PM   #106
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I agree.

I will be giving my local BMW dealership, who is popular on this forum, one more chance to answer my email and/or PM then I will be moving on.

Of all the the dealerships I have been inquiring with Ryan has been the most responsive.
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      09-25-2011, 08:56 AM   #107
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Already ordered and in production now. Thanks!
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Already ordered and in production now. Thanks!
Congrats. Enjoy in good health.
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I would go with David, the other forum member/dealer. he offers invoice pricing.

If you are getting more than 7 percent off the msrp than you are either lying or getting a price lower than invoice. I do not think people should get the idea that you can get a car for less than invoice here. So the guy above getting it for 9 percent off msrp is lying or misunderstanding his pricing.

You can look around and get invoice somewhere which is 7 percent.

Residual value is 56 percent for the m3 coupe in 2012. MF is .00195.

That means if you et invoice on a roughly 75k dollar car and you put NO money down you are looking at 1k per month. The dealls are not as good as the 2011's but still pretty darn good relative to other brands of cars in that price range.

New buyers should use the 1k per month on a 75k msrp car as the goal to shoot for. Anything less than you either put money down or you need to do ED.

Now if you get a car with msrp of 70k or less than you can get into 850-950 dollar payments if you get invoice pricing.You can go from there to figure out ballpark payment for a car at invoice pricing. The worst part in 2012 is the residual dropped and MF increased a bit. Probably ends up costing about 50 bucks more a month than a similar 2011. But the benefit is you have a 2012!
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quite a nice bit of info. this.........
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