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      04-05-2012, 08:18 PM   #1
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Any of these a good deal?

http://www.momentumbmw.net/used-inve...&SBprice=clear

Any of those a good deal? I am interested in picking one out, but dunno which one! I am looking for the best deal one.
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Getting the best deal requires you to go to the dealer and negotiate.
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Well, if you were to pick one and negotiate, which one would you pick?
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      04-05-2012, 10:59 PM   #5
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Yea like the above poster said..

I no its different route of price/selection of course but i cant imagine buying over 20k miles for 58k.

I jus ordered my new euro deliver 2012 m3 pretty loaded with navi and all for 58k after gas guzzler and destination.
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Yea like the above poster said..

I no its different route of price/selection of course but i cant imagine buying over 20k miles for 58k.

I jus ordered my new euro deliver 2012 m3 pretty loaded with navi and all for 58k after gas guzzler and destination.
from where? that seems like a good deal
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from where? that seems like a good deal
You should try Steve Thomas. Best deals around!
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      04-06-2012, 10:24 AM   #8
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I jus ordered my new euro deliver 2012 m3 pretty loaded with navi and all for 58k after gas guzzler and destination.
Your definition of "pretty loaded" and mine must be very different. At $58K (incl Navigation/destination/GG tax), you can't have anything else on it.
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      04-06-2012, 11:45 AM   #9
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Your definition of "pretty loaded" and mine must be very different. At $58K (incl Navigation/destination/GG tax), you can't have anything else on it.
My definition of pretty loaded is more like this.

M3 Coupe
Comfort access keyless access
navigation
real time traffic
power rear sunshade
Power seats
interior mirror withi compass
park distance rear
power folding dimming mirror
novillio leather
aluminum/CF trim)
Heated Seats
Some money over invoice to pay the dealer
gas guzzler $1300
Destination $895

btw, you know base msrp for US dealer pickup M3 is 60,100, while Euro delivery pickup invoice we pay for the car is $51,470, right?
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All but one of the options you listed are part of the "Nav" (i.e. Premium) package. Sure, definitely a nice car, but you can easily add another $10K worth of very common options on top of that.

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My definition of pretty loaded is more like this.

M3 Coupe $51,470 invoice
Comfort access keyless access $3,959 invoice (Premium Package)
navigation (incl with Premium Package)
real time traffic (incl with Premium Package)
power rear sunshade (incl with Premium Package)
Power seats (incl with Premium Package)
interior mirror withi compass (incl with Premium Package)
park distance rear (incl with Premium Package)
power folding dimming mirror (incl with Premium Package)
novillio leather (incl with Premium Package)
aluminum/CF trim) (incl with Premium Package)
Heated Seats $455 invoice
Some money over invoice to pay the dealer $500
gas guzzler $1300
Destination $895
That adds up to $58,579. Yes, still within your $58K number, but like I said you got the Nav package, but not much else, i.e. no Competition Package, no DCT, no 19" wheels, no DDC, no Enhanced Premium Sound, no Satellite radio, etc.


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btw, you know base msrp for US dealer pickup M3 is 60,100, while Euro delivery pickup invoice we pay for the car is $51,470, right?
I'm very familiar with the numbers, I bought a '12 M3 coupe via Euro delivery.

My point was not to be negative, just point out that most people expect those other common features/options when they consider a "loaded" car, and obviously that's gonna add a whole lot more to the price.

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My point was not to be negative, just point out that most people expect those other features/options when they consider a "loaded" car, and obviously that's gonna add a whole lot more to the price.
Thank you for clarifying that. I was wondering how a "loaded" M3 could be so cheap, even with ED.
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      04-06-2012, 01:58 PM   #12
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All but one of the options you listed are part of the "Nav" (i.e. Premium) package. Sure, definitely a nice car, but you can easily add another $10K worth of very common options on top of that.



That adds up to $58,579. Yes, still within your $58K number, but like I said you got the Nav package, but not much else, i.e. no Competition Package, no DCT, no 19" wheels, no DDC, no Enhanced Premium Sound, no Satellite radio, etc.




I'm very familiar with the numbers, I bought a '12 M3 coupe via Euro delivery.

My point was not to be negative, just point out that most people expect those other common features/options when they consider a "loaded" car, and obviously that's gonna add a whole lot more to the price.
I see what you mean.
Maybe I didn't explain further about my own definition of "loaded".
Like many, I've been looking through M3 purchase since 08, back then when there were tech pack + $2000 premium pack. Then BMW went onto adding a convinience package, "less" loaded with navi and all. Now they just combined all to one big chunk premium pack $4000 that pretty much has a lot of popular features.

congrats on your new M!
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      04-07-2012, 01:12 AM   #13
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Back on topic, the only one I would consider a decent deal is the black one with 15k miles for 43.
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