3-Series (E46, E90)Chat relating to the BMW 3-Series from 1999 to Current. Models include: BMW 316i, BMW 318i, BMW 318Ci, BMW 320i, BMW 323i, BMW 325i, BMW 330i, BMW 328 Ci, BMW 328i, BMW 325i/xi, BMW 330Ci, BMW 320d, BMW 330d, BMW 335d.
Just wondering if I got a good price for a 2005. The Pentagon Service Fee is from a military program. It's a company that sells to U.S. military people that are stationed overseas or are deployed. Here's what they charged me:
Base Price $32,450.00
Performance Package $3,900.00
Navigation System $1,700.00
Glass Moonroof $1,050.00
Titanium Silver $475.00
Xenon Lights $800.00
Pentagon Service Fee $2,150.00
Florida Tax (6%) $2,422.50
Also, does anyone have any pictures of the Nav system?
Does performance package now include premium and sport? i.e. did you get the leather, wood, etc, plus the sport package? New BMW's dont get as heavily discounted from MSRP as other cars - best bet is to check edmunds or kelly and see how the deal compared
Now the fact is you already bought the car so knowing if you got a bargain or got ripped really wont matter now will it :nana - if you are happy with the car and enjoy it then what does it matter - congrats on the new buy and enjoy it!
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Are you buying this through the exchange? If so, there should be NO sales tax; if you are overseas and have to pay sales tax for some reason, I would recommend you take delivery in a state that has low sales tax, like Virginia.
You would be getting a great deal if you could wipe out the $2k + sales tax and reduce that other fee.....your MSRP for the base 330 Ci is less about the same amount as the fee.
Idacpano...hey...I'am stationed in germany, and bought a 2005 325i. I noticed that you got charged state tax and "pentagon service fee"...where did you buy the car at? I bought my through Capiol Motors. I ended up paying 31,250.
Nice selection. It was tough on me to decide between TiAg and Silver Gray, but in the end I chose the darker one simply because the lighter one looked bland and white in the sunshine. Heres some pictures of the nav in my ZHP. I highly recommend it and having just used a version found in Acura's, BMWs definitely seems more detailed.
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