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      04-02-2009, 03:17 PM   #1
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Question Need Advice on this 2008 E92 M3

Hey guys,
I've been reading a lot of good threads on this board and gathered pretty good information as far as what I want and should be paying for a new M3.
But I recently visited my dealership for scheduled maintanance and was introducted an 08 E92 M3 with 2500 miles. SA tells me it was not a demo, but a returned vehicle. I have an appointment with him tomorrow and was just wondering what is a good offering price for this M3. Here is the link:

Also, is it possible to add the remaining payments of my wife's tahoe on the total price of the M3 lease? Or is that only if I were to buy another GM car? Thanks again
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      04-02-2009, 05:28 PM   #2
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If you are within three or four months of the end of your previous lease, you can haggle and have them pay it off. They will work this in the price of the car most certainly. If they were going to give you $5000 off the M3 price but you owe $2500 on the Tahoe lease, they will only discount $2500 off the M3. It's an 08', so I'd really work em on the deal. Try to get as close to $50k as you can.
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      04-04-2009, 11:18 PM   #3
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If I had special-ordered an M3 it would've looked exactly like that! Oh well, beggars can't be choosers with the deal I got on mine! That's a beautiful car! I'd find out WHY it was returned. Tell him you won't pay more than $49,900 for it! New ones are averaging in the low $50's now, so it's not unreasonable to expect to pay under $50k for a used one. I paid $49,900 for my new one with 230 miles.

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      04-04-2009, 11:28 PM   #4
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definitely under 50k.
the car is an 08 and used.
new 08's can be had around 50k, it will be hard to push him if he is an optimistic dealer or just stubborn but thats the reality now, to save 2-4k i wouldnt buy used.........
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