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      12-29-2012, 10:24 AM   #331
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Is the holiday credit lockable for 60 days from the "order" date even if delivery falls after Jan 2nd?

Working out a deal currently and that's the only open question.

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Yes, just need to submit an application to BMW FS to lock-in the credit.
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      12-29-2012, 12:10 PM   #332
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Also working out the math based on the suggested purchase amount of $66,170, if you lease for 3y/36 at 10k, the lease payment would be $714 (rounded). This does not include MA tax. I forget the number but assuming 6% the adjusted amount would be $756. This would be without cap reduction. Out of pocket would be first, security and acquisition for a total of $2,281.

Do not lease for 39 months. Provided that you lock-in by January 2nd, BMW has a residual of 62% and base rate of .00125 for the MY13 M3 coupe.

Which dealer are your working with? Is your preference to have AW w/ Fox Red?
I am working with BMW of Norwell. My preference is AW/FR. Another person has mentioned not to do the 39 month lease. The dealership was pushing hard for it though.
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      12-29-2012, 12:34 PM   #333
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I am working with BMW of Norwell. My preference is AW/FR. Another person has mentioned not to do the 39 month lease. The dealership was pushing hard for it though.
Generally speaking, 36 months is the maximum term that you want to have for a lease. Currently the residue is favorable for 36 months (whether 10-15k). It is important to know the facts prior to negotiating with the CA and by extension his management. This includes knowing the MSRP vs. invoice, available incentives, doc fee charged by that dealer and if leasing, money factor, residual and acquisition fee.

I suspect most people going into a deal simply look at the monthly payment. This puts the power on the dealers side especially if they know your budget. Be fair and respectful and remove any emotion from the negotiation.

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      12-29-2012, 04:47 PM   #334
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Generally speaking, 36 months is the maximum term that you want to have for a lease. Currently the residue is favorable for 36 months (whether 10-15k). It is important to know the facts prior to negotiating with the CA and by extension his management. This includes knowing the MSRP vs. invoice, available incentives, doc fee charged by that dealer and if leasing, money factor, residual and acquisition fee.

I suspect most people going into a deal simply look at the monthly payment. This puts the power on the dealers side especially if they know your budget. Be fair and respectful and remove any emotion from the negotiation.

If you can wait, work with one of the forum sponsors and arrange for PCD.
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      12-29-2012, 04:55 PM   #336
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Just ordered my 2013 M3 MW with black interior. Hopefully will have it in 2-3 months. Thought I got a decent deal but let me know your thoughts.

Price with options (just metallic paint and competition package) $65,545. No money down. I rolled in taxes, fees, etc. I walk in with my first month, taxes on the rebates, and some other fees= $1436. Monthly payment is $718. 12k miles/year. Residual is 61%. Money factor .00125.
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      12-29-2012, 08:28 PM   #339
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Just ordered my 2013 M3 MW with black interior. Hopefully will have it in 2-3 months. Thought I got a decent deal but let me know your thoughts.

Price with options (just metallic paint and competition package) $65,545. No money down. I rolled in taxes, fees, etc. I walk in with my first month, taxes on the rebates, and some other fees= $1436. Monthly payment is $718. 12k miles/year. Residual is 61%. Money factor .00125.
I see your in nj, do you mind telling me what dealer you went to? Pm me if you want...
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Just picked up my 2013 E92. Build is as follows:

Interlagos Blue
Two-tone fox red/black interior
6 spd manual
Premium Package
BMW apps

MSRP: $67,745
Selling price: $62,900 less the following incentives
Holiday Credit: $1,500
Loyalty Credit: $750
College Grad Credit: $1,000
USAA Incentive: $1,000

Net Purchase Price: $58,650

Couldn't be any happier with the deal I got!
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      12-29-2012, 10:48 PM   #341
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Just picked up my 2013 E92. Build is as follows:

Interlagos Blue
Two-tone fox red/black interior
6 spd manual
Premium Package
BMW apps

MSRP: $67,745
Selling price: $62,900 less the following incentives
Holiday Credit: $1,500
Loyalty Credit: $750
College Grad Credit: $1,000
USAA Incentive: $1,000

Net Purchase Price: $58,650

Couldn't be any happier with the deal I got!
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      12-30-2012, 08:15 AM   #342
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Just picked up my 2013 E92. Build is as follows:

Interlagos Blue
Two-tone fox red/black interior
6 spd manual
Premium Package
BMW apps

MSRP: $67,745
Selling price: $62,900 less the following incentives
Holiday Credit: $1,500
Loyalty Credit: $750
College Grad Credit: $1,000
USAA Incentive: $1,000

Net Purchase Price: $58,650

Couldn't be any happier with the deal I got!
Great deal and congrats! If you haven't done so already, post some pictures of your new ride. I am strongly considering IB (for my exterior color).
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      12-31-2012, 11:47 AM   #343
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Hey guys. Short time lurker and wanted to get some feedback on a prospective E92 I'm thinking of ordering. (Sorry for posting in the pricing thread - I can't create a separate thread yet, so this seemed fitting.)

SGM on Black Novillo Leather
Carbon Leather interior trim
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MSRP is $70,445 but I am able get the car at $62,345. Thoughts? Is DCT worth considering? Is the general consensus that premium sound is a worthwhile option?

Thanks guys.
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      12-31-2012, 11:57 AM   #344
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Hey guys. Short time lurker and wanted to get some feedback on a prospective E92 I'm thinking of ordering. (Sorry for posting in the pricing thread - I can't post anywhere else yet, so this seemed fitting.)

SGM on Black Novillo Leather
Carbon Leather interior trim
6MT
Competition Package
Premium Package
Heated seats
BMW Apps

MSRP is $70,445 but I am able get the car at $62,345. Thoughts? Is DCT worth considering? Is the general consensus that premium sound is a worthwhile option?

Thanks guys.
First, welcome to the forum. Roughly speaking, $8k off of MSRP is a really good price. Not sure what incentives are being factored into your deal. Is this a new vehicle (i.e. non-demo)?

DCT vs. MT and standard vs. Enhanced audio, you'll find opinions on both sides. The transmission topic has been discussed at length on this forum. You may want to search and read the various comments. Does your dealer have inventory of both configurations (including audio)?
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      12-31-2012, 12:09 PM   #345
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First, welcome to the forum. Roughly speaking, $8k off of MSRP is a really good price. Not sure what incentives are being factored into your deal. Is this a new vehicle (i.e. non-demo)?

DCT vs. MT and standard vs. Enhanced audio, you'll find opinions on both sides. The transmission topic has been discussed at length on this forum. You may want to search and read the various comments. Does your dealer have inventory of both configurations (including audio)?
The vehicle would be new - ordered to specs. I'm fortunate to have military sales as an option, which is the reason for ~$8K of the MSRP. Risky to order without driving, but I've always had an eye on the M3 since the E46 - just never picked one up. Thanks for the feedback on the DCT/6MT and audio - I'll do some research. Obviously it's mostly personal opinion, just interested in getting other enthusiast's experiences. V8 or music - tough decision, no?
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      12-31-2012, 12:14 PM   #346
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The vehicle would be new - ordered to specs. I'm fortunate to have military sales as an option, which is the reason for ~$8K of the MSRP. Risky to order without driving, but I've always had an eye on the M3 since the E46 - just never picked one up. Thanks for the feedback on the DCT/6MT and audio - I'll do some research. Obviously it's mostly personal opinion, just interested in getting other enthusiast's experiences. V8 or music - tough decision, no?
Without a doubt, the soundtrack from the V8 will be "music to your ears". But there will be times where other music will be desired. I for one, when I order my M3 in a few weeks, will be getting the Enhanced Audio.

I'm still back-n-forth on DCT vs. MT. The DCT will be faster and convenient should you have a lot of city and/or stop-n-go driving. MT for the connection to the car and perhaps long-term reliability. You just need to test drive both versions to come to your own conclusion.
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Without a doubt, the soundtrack from the V8 will be "music to your ears". But there will be times where other music will be desired. I for one, when I order my M3 in a few weeks, will be getting the Enhanced Audio.

I'm still back-n-forth on DCT vs. MT. The DCT will be faster and convenient should you have a lot of city and/or stop-n-go driving. MT for the connection to the car and perhaps long-term reliability. You just need to test drive both versions to come to your own conclusion.
I had a DCT for three year and loved it. Then I drove my friends manual M3. haha They are both awesome.
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Just picked up my 2013 E92. Build is as follows:

Interlagos Blue
Two-tone fox red/black interior
6 spd manual
Premium Package
BMW apps

MSRP: $67,745
Selling price: $62,900 less the following incentives
Holiday Credit: $1,500
Loyalty Credit: $750
College Grad Credit: $1,000
USAA Incentive: $1,000

Net Purchase Price: $58,650

Couldn't be any happier with the deal I got!
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Hi guys, itching to pull the trigger on an M. Coming to the party a bit late because it seems the holiday incentives are over so opinions please!

2013 6-speed E92 AW/FR w/ CFR & CR trim, sat nav & sat radio. Standard 18's. MSRP $65,445.

Selling price 61, 300 (-$4145 msrp)
College Grad Credit: $1,000 (must finance via BMW, APR 3.19%)
Net Purchase Price: $60,300 + title/reg/doc

Haven't started any hardball negotiation, but is this good deal? Below invoice feasible? Edmunds shows the invoice as $60,355

thx guys
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Hi guys, itching to pull the trigger on an M. Coming to the party a bit late because it seems the holiday incentives are over so opinions please!

2013 6-speed E92 AW/FR w/ CFR & CR trim, sat nav & sat radio. Standard 18's. MSRP $65,445.

Selling price 61, 300 (-$4145 msrp)
College Grad Credit: $1,000 (must finance via BMW, APR 3.19%)
Net Purchase Price: $60,300 + title/reg/doc

Haven't started any hardball negotiation, but is this good deal? Below invoice feasible? Edmunds shows the invoice as $60,355

thx guys
The holiday credit of $1500 is carried forward for January 2013. That is if financed through BMW FS. Otherwise loyalty and/or BMW Apps if existing BMW FS customer. Even with $1k over invoice, factoring the current incentives, the buy price would be below invoice. Again, assuming financed through BMW FS.
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Hi guys, itching to pull the trigger on an M. Coming to the party a bit late because it seems the holiday incentives are over so opinions please!

2013 6-speed E92 AW/FR w/ CFR & CR trim, sat nav & sat radio. Standard 18's. MSRP $65,445.

Selling price 61, 300 (-$4145 msrp)
College Grad Credit: $1,000 (must finance via BMW, APR 3.19%)
Net Purchase Price: $60,300 + title/reg/doc

Haven't started any hardball negotiation, but is this good deal? Below invoice feasible? Edmunds shows the invoice as $60,355

thx guys
I just checked with my finance manager $1500.00 Holiday credit is still available if finance through bmw finance . as per mentioned through upper post as well. you should be able to knock off another $1500 from the bottom number price. Good luck.
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Hey guys. I pulled the trigger the other day and placed an order. Details below. I can't wait to get this on the road when I get back to the states! Requested a 1 May delivery.

SGM on Black Novillo Leather
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$63,995.
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