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      01-06-2019, 11:06 PM   #1
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Official G20 3 Series Quotes, Pricing and Lease Rates Thread

Please use this thread as a master thread to discuss quotes, pricing, lease program, and the like.

This first post will be updated monthly with the latest lease program numbers (residuals, credits, incentives).

Please note that the incentives in your local market may differ.

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Pricing and ordering guides can be referenced at: https://g20.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1555055


August 2020 Lease Program:

2021MY

330i (2021MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$0 lease credit
$? finance credit
$2000 loyalty credit
M340i (2021MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$0 lease credit
$? finance credit
$500 loyalty credit
330e / 330xe (2021MY)
15k miles / 55% residual
12k miles / 57% residual
10k miles / 58% residual

$2000 loyalty credit



2020MY


330i (2020MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$750 lease credit
$2500 finance credit
$2000 loyalty credit
M340i (2020MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$1000 lease credit
$2500 finance credit
$2000 loyalty credit
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Yikes steep residual.
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BMW needs to offer 5000 and 7500 mile options like they've done with Mini in SF Cali.

Some of us city dwellers only need a car for fun evening and weekend driving.
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Yikes steep residual.
I'm sure it will change after a few months of sales when they get a better ideal of resale value. First model year, and first months are lowest. Probably not much of a discount yet until supply exceeds demand.
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Yikes steep residual.
Higher the residual, the less you pay for the lease. It's actually pretty aggressive for a freshly released model.
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Yikes steep residual.
Higher the residual, the less you pay for the lease. It's actually pretty aggressive for a freshly released model.
I agree. Considering We haven't seen the residual for 10k or 15k.
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Assuming a $52K price car a 57% residual with $2000 loyalty is the same as a 61% residual with no rebates offered. Not terrible for a brand new model. Will surely improve as the year goes on and dealers have inventory.
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Local dealer asking for MSRP for an ordered car. What do you all get?
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Local dealer asking for MSRP for an ordered car. What do you all get?
That's absurd, dont do it. Offer them invoice+$500.
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BMW needs to offer 5000 and 7500 mile options like they've done with Mini in SF Cali.

Some of us city dwellers only need a car for fun evening and weekend driving.
I was able to get a 7500 lease on a new X3 M40i...We typically only do about 4000 a year, but I was tired of turning in cars with 1/3 of the miles on them so I asked if I could do a super low mile lease and it wasn't a problem.
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I was able to get a 7500 lease on a new X3 M40i...We typically only do about 4000 a year, but I was tired of turning in cars with 1/3 of the miles on them so I asked if I could do a super low mile lease and it wasn't a problem.
I wish they offer 4000 miles/year too. I do 3XXX max per year lol.l
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Local dealer asking for MSRP for an ordered car. What do you all get?
This is not a limited release or M series. Its a entry level 3 series. It is a brand new model yes, and a dealers job is to make profit. But xxx amount over invoice is where you should be negotiating, not MSRP. And if a dealer wants to stick to MSRP, that's their right to do so. Personally i would shop around just to see what's out there.
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That residual is incorrect. 57% is for 15k miles. I was able to confirm with RCC since the residuals were not posted on January's programs. Unless, that just changed.
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BMW needs to offer 5000 and 7500 mile options like they've done with Mini in SF Cali.

Some of us city dwellers only need a car for fun evening and weekend driving.
I was able to get a 7500 lease on a new X3 M40i...We typically only do about 4000 a year, but I was tired of turning in cars with 1/3 of the miles on them so I asked if I could do a super low mile lease and it wasn't a problem.
Nice going!

And what major Metropolitan city do you live near?
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BMW needs to offer 5000 and 7500 mile options like they've done with Mini in SF Cali.

Some of us city dwellers only need a car for fun evening and weekend driving.
I was able to get a 7500 lease on a new X3 M40i...We typically only do about 4000 a year, but I was tired of turning in cars with 1/3 of the miles on them so I asked if I could do a super low mile lease and it wasn't a problem.
Is this lease through bmw financial or a 3rd party leasing company?
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I wish they offer 4000 miles/year too. I do 3XXX max per year lol.l
Holy moly. My buddy got a 340i 6 months ago and is already at 20k. I was at 17k my first year.

Dang, your mileage scenario is awesome.
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That's absurd, dont do it. Offer them invoice+$500.
This is where you have a conversation with the general manager that if they try to exploit the low availability now, you won't be a customer now or in the future if that is the way they do business.

I won't play their stupid games.

But the other side of the same coin is if there is a glut of product, do you demand every last nickel from the dealer?

Personally, I want a relationship where I can get a reasonable price all the time and without all the crappy "let me talk to the manager, etc."BS.

If one dealer won't do that for me, I will find another. Or another car company altogether.
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BMW needs to offer 5000 and 7500 mile options like they've done with Mini in SF Cali.

Some of us city dwellers only need a car for fun evening and weekend driving.
They'd make a killing with people that make short sighted choices and prioritize lower payments over annual mileage.
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BMW needs to offer 5000 and 7500 mile options like they've done with Mini in SF Cali.

Some of us city dwellers only need a car for fun evening and weekend driving.
They'd make a killing with people that make short sighted choices and prioritize lower payments over annual mileage.
I bought my M this time, mileage aside the lease rates were simply horrible.

I prefer not to finance with the manufacturer if it all possible anyways
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BMW needs to offer 5000 and 7500 mile options like they've done with Mini in SF Cali.

Some of us city dwellers only need a car for fun evening and weekend driving.
I was able to get a 7500 lease on a new X3 M40i...We typically only do about 4000 a year, but I was tired of turning in cars with 1/3 of the miles on them so I asked if I could do a super low mile lease and it wasn't a problem.
Is this lease through bmw financial or a 3rd party leasing company?
BMWFS....I think the residual was like 1% higher
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BMW needs to offer 5000 and 7500 mile options like they've done with Mini in SF Cali.

Some of us city dwellers only need a car for fun evening and weekend driving.
I was able to get a 7500 lease on a new X3 M40i...We typically only do about 4000 a year, but I was tired of turning in cars with 1/3 of the miles on them so I asked if I could do a super low mile lease and it wasn't a problem.
Nice going!

And what major Metropolitan city do you live near?
Were in the Tampa area...I work from home and my wife's commute to the hospital is about 5mi round trip. Most of our miles go on the i3, but even that is around 3k a year just popping around town.
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I was able to get a 7500 lease on a new X3 M40i...We typically only do about 4000 a year, but I was tired of turning in cars with 1/3 of the miles on them so I asked if I could do a super low mile lease and it wasn't a problem.
You can sell the car before the less is over to cash in on the positive equity. I did it with my M4 using cars.com instant cash offer
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