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      10-04-2011, 12:07 PM   #1
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2012 Residuals, Why u not low?

Why have the 2012 residuals gone up so high? I'm looking at incentives on truecar their 2.99% financing ends on October 31st. Last year, Fully loaded verts were being had for $600 a month!
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cause the used car market is good
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Why have the 2012 residuals gone up so high? I'm looking at incentives on truecar their 2.99% financing ends on October 31st. Last year, Fully loaded verts were being had for $600 a month!
Can anyone provide a link to residuals for 2012 E93's? Thanks in advance.
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Can anyone provide a link to residuals for 2012 E93's? Thanks in advance.
They were posted around here somewhere. Check back in the 2012 thread that is as sticky.
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They were posted around here somewhere. Check back in the 2012 thread that is as sticky.
Will do, thanks.
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Why have the 2012 residuals gone up so high? I'm looking at incentives on truecar their 2.99% financing ends on October 31st. Last year, Fully loaded verts were being had for $600 a month!
Fully loaded for $600?

Unless someone did ED, I don't see how that was possible?
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Fully loaded for $600?

Unless someone did ED, I don't see how that was possible?
I have a cousin who did ED and that's how get got his e93 for $600 a month. I was talking to my SA and she was giving a deal to a customer that wasn't doing ED for something like 680 a month. Not sure of the details, though.
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I have a cousin who did ED and that's how get got his e93 for $600 a month. I was talking to my SA and she was giving a deal to a customer that wasn't doing ED for something like 680 a month. Not sure of the details, though.
Yeah with ED, a fully loaded e93 in the 600s was completely possible

at 680 a month non-ED, it wouldn't have been loaded, and most likely with a down payment

A friend of mine got a stripped e93 with 1500-2k or so drive off for about $740/month? 780? something like that.
Not a bad deal for a 70k+ car

Wait until the end of the year, deals should get better
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Yeah with ED, a fully loaded e93 in the 600s was completely possible

at 680 a month non-ED, it wouldn't have been loaded, and most likely with a down payment

A friend of mine got a stripped e93 with 1500-2k or so drive off for about $740/month? 780? something like that.
Not a bad deal for a 70k+ car

Wait until the end of the year, deals should get better
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