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      01-19-2011, 04:48 AM   #1
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What are the best times of the year to buy an M3?

What are the best times of the year to buy an M3?

I know Mercedes usually runs great deals on their current model year vehicles starting around August.

Are certain times of the year better than others for leasing an M3?
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      01-19-2011, 08:32 AM   #2
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For leasing a convertible, now or better yet, last month.
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Probably when the model year changes. There will be money to get rid of existing cars.

If you already a BMW FS customers, then E93 is good to be leased this month.
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For leasing a convertible, now or better yet, last month.
Actually, current rates are even better than last month's great rates.
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Actually, current rates are even better than last month's great rates.
Yes they are, but the holiday cash and price increase trump them.
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Yes they are, but the holiday cash and price increase trump them.
Actually, this is not correct. Trust me. With BMW Loyalty, the new rates are better, even with the price increase and the holiday cash delete. And, depending on the specifics of one's deal, they are better by approximately $1,000 over a 36 month lease term.
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Actually, this is not correct. Trust me. With BMW Loyalty, the new rates are better, even with the price increase and the holiday cash delete. And, depending on the specifics of one's deal, they are better by approximately $1,000 over a 36 month lease term.
He said Buy not Lease though. December is most often the best time to buy, or just before a new model comes out.
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Actually, this is not correct. Trust me. With BMW Loyalty, the new rates are better, even with the price increase and the holiday cash delete. And, depending on the specifics of one's deal, they are better by approximately $1,000 over a 36 month lease term.
He said Buy not Lease though. December is most often the best time to buy, or just before a new model comes out.
Actually - not buy but lease or OC finance.
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Actually, this is not correct. Trust me. With BMW Loyalty, the new rates are better, even with the price increase and the holiday cash delete. And, depending on the specifics of one's deal, they are better by approximately $1,000 over a 36 month lease term.
That may be so for an existing BMWFS customer, but the OP is not a loyality customer. Without that, Jan is not better than Dec this year.
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I think everyone knows dec is the best time to lease a BMW.

And good deals will be had on previous year closeouts.

I guess all the other months are about the same opportunity-wise.
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He said Buy not Lease though. December is most often the best time to buy, or just before a new model comes out.

No. He said lease....

"Are certain times of the year better than others for leasing an M3?"
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