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02292008, 06:24 PM  #177 
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Damn, I just ran some lease numbers on an M5. I found an '08 M5 for 13k under MSRP, so if we plug that in with BMWFN numbers, a 24 month lease, 12k miles a year, comes to 1040 a month with 7% tax in the payments, and a 36 month lease comes to 1160 a month with 7% tax in the payment. Which is a lot better than the M3 numbers.

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I think this entire thread is getting way off topic now. 

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Anyone who is considering buying/leasing this kind of car that has a wife, kids and not enough insurance in case of death or disability is a total idiot. 

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Buggers! For my car, I get $1,378/month. I figure I could negotiate that down to $1,299/month. That's still $250/month more than I wanted to spend. And guys, isn't the money factor really .00305? The dealer I'm probably going to go with said their standard markup is .0005. So .00275 plus the .0005 markup is .00305. Is no one else getting markup like this?

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Did you just really post that response? I am saying this is because the M3 is a GUAREENTED depreciating asset. How can you compare buying a home that is also tax deductible to buying a M3 which will no doubt lose value? At least with the home it’s a home and the chances of and % of depreciation is less.
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I guess you have to find a dealer that has had the car on the lot for a while... I called the dealership who advertised 13k off MSRP, and they said that all three of those cars sold (they were '08 cars). They have a new one it, but it just came in, so they are not willing to do such a deep discount. He said if the car doesn't sell for 2 months, he would give me a call, and maybe he could give me at least somewhere close to 13k off list. So, basically, if you call around, especially to dealers in the middle of nowhere, you may find someone with an M5 who simply wants to get rid of it.

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I did the following #'s on a FULLY LOADED M5 with MSRP of $99,755...everything on this bad boy. You are looking at now (March) if you put $330 down and have drive offs of $2500 (first month, title registration) I get a payment of $1369 on 24 month 10k mile a year and that is $1k over invoice. For every $1k down it reduces payment by roughly $35 *this is with leasing in Cali, I have heard that NYC and TX have different lease parameters) No matter what, it is still very, very close to the M3 #'s and the real question is do you want a 3 series or a 5 series for the same payment.
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Thats a little too much I'd rather have an M5 M6 anyday at those same numbers I really don't care that much about the M3 as is and the fact is in this whole thread everyone forgot to mention that the numbers quoted aren't including the likely $515k markup.

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