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Good lease deal for 2006 330i?

Okay, so after about a week of negotiations I think I'm getting a good deal for a lease on a new fully loaded BMW 330i. Let me know if you guys think this is a good deal. Also, the (authorized) dealership told me that they really don't even have to negotiate because the cars practically sell themselves. Is that what other dealerships are saying too?

Here's the deal:

MSRP: $47,778

36 month lease
$576/month
12,000 miles/year
$3,875 due at signing ($2,250 down payment plus all starts)

Let me know what you guys think as I'm pretty sure I'm off tomorrow morning to sign for this. Pretty exciting.
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Personally I would stay clear of the 2006 E90, most of the ones I've seen have spent more time in the shop than on the road...just an opinion from a tech's perspective

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My buddy just leased an '06 330i with every available option and he's paying about $435/month for 36 months, if memory serves. He said it comes out to about $45k. This was in December 2005 from BMW of Valencia, CA.

Sounds like yours is a bit high.

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Anybody who tells you that they don't need your business isn't worth your time and shouldn't get it. Go find another dealer.



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Okay, so after about a week of negotiations I think I'm getting a good deal for a lease on a new fully loaded BMW 330i. Let me know if you guys think this is a good deal. Also, the (authorized) dealership told me that they really don't even have to negotiate because the cars practically sell themselves. Is that what other dealerships are saying too?

Here's the deal:

MSRP: $47,778

36 month lease
$576/month
12,000 miles/year
$3,875 due at signing ($2,250 down payment plus all starts)

Let me know what you guys think as I'm pretty sure I'm off tomorrow morning to sign for this. Pretty exciting.
You must have a assload of money. If not, why the hell would you want to lease?! You pay for a car that you "rent" for a few years, and come out empty handed when it's over!!!


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You must have a assload of money. If not, why the hell would you want to lease?! You pay for a car that you "rent" for a few years, and come out empty handed when it's over!!!

There are many benefits of lease also.
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There are many benefits of lease also.
QFT. It's my opinion that the pros of leasing are over-run by the cons.


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The only "pro" of leasing that I can see, is that the payments are (usually) lower. However, if you can afford:

MSRP: $47,778

36 month lease
$576/month
12,000 miles/year
$3,875 due at signing ($2,250 down payment plus all starts)

Then who gives a rats ass about owning the car, right? If you have almost $600 bucks to blow on a car that you'll never own so you can trade it in 3 years down the line and get a newer, more shiny car, and then sell your lease return to me for a fraction of what you paid for it and now have nothing to show for it----well, that's fine by me. I'll take it!

Call me in 3 years. I'd love a 330i!

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