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      01-30-2013, 02:57 AM   #1
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Need help with end of lease E93

I shall need advise, 90 days out BMWF lease, 3 years , 36 mo, intend to re lease.
What is my bet resort on this 2010 E93?
Do I need to go through a dealer or BMW USA can take are of us?
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      01-30-2013, 01:42 PM   #2
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BMW USA does nothing

You contact your dealer, you set an appointment for lease turn in (Assuming you've already fixed and dings etc on the car and had it inspected), then you go and turn it in, sign paperwork, and get a new car

You can also turn it in early and get into a new lease with no cost IIRC due to their "pull-ahead" program
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BMW USA does nothing

You contact your dealer, you set an appointment for lease turn in (Assuming you've already fixed and dings etc on the car and had it inspected), then you go and turn it in, sign paperwork, and get a new car

You can also turn it in early and get into a new lease with no cost IIRC due to their "pull-ahead" program
aren't pull ahead programs dependent on what's offered by bmw na...is there a current pull ahead program for e9x models?

as persian54 stated tho, your local dealer is our pint of contact..bmw na will tell you the same..BMW NA stopped dealing with lease end deals a few years back and passed that off to local dealerships
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      01-30-2013, 02:33 PM   #4
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aren't pull ahead programs dependent on what's offered by bmw na...is there a current pull ahead program for e9x models?

as persian54 stated tho, your local dealer is our pint of contact..bmw na will tell you the same..BMW NA stopped dealing with lease end deals a few years back and passed that off to local dealerships

For 2010s yes, not 2011s (not yet at least)

Also, the dealer will want to sell you a new car, and as long as your car is within your mileage range and in great condition, they'll more than likely want to buy the car off BMWFS in order to list and sell at their dealer for a profit (plus they got a profit from selling you a new car)

Mercedes is much better than this; they allow you turn in a lease 6 months early sometimes!

I know Porsche has a deal with the 997s right now; they'll pay up to 12 months of your lease as long as you get into a 991. Or so I read in the email they sent me..
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BMW USA does nothing

You contact your dealer, you set an appointment for lease turn in (Assuming you've already fixed and dings etc on the car and had it inspected), then you go and turn it in, sign paperwork, and get a new car

You can also turn it in early and get into a new lease with no cost IIRC due to their "pull-ahead" program
Could my own car be re leased with same program?
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aren't pull ahead programs dependent on what's offered by bmw na...is there a current pull ahead program for e9x models?

as persian54 stated tho, your local dealer is our pint of contact..bmw na will tell you the same..BMW NA stopped dealing with lease end deals a few years back and passed that off to local dealerships
As a matter of fact, BMW Financial told me that 60 days out they can help me re lease it directly with them over the phone. but for financing, need certification and we shall shop around with different dealers for the bet terms, price and deal!
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As a matter of fact, BMW Financial told me that 60 days out they can help me re lease it directly with them over the phone. but for financing, need certification and we shall shop around with different dealers for the bet terms, price and deal!
Yes you can extend your lease without an issue, but that's only for a limited amount of time (I believe 6 months to a year?)

What are your current payments?
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