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      01-13-2014, 03:00 PM   #1
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2014 435i xDrive Coupe lease price

My 335i xDrive lease is coming up and I'm looking at leasing a 435i xDrive Coupe, MSRP $59,750, no down payment (except sales tax & motor vehicle fees) 3 yr lease, 15,000 miles per year. First offer from my dealer is $815.00 per month. Is this a fair deal?

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      01-13-2014, 03:05 PM   #2
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      01-13-2014, 03:17 PM   #4
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That's about right for 15k miles a year...at that msrp it doesn't look like you have any options on it?
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      01-13-2014, 03:23 PM   #5
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The $59,750.00 includes Cold Weather Package, Driver Assistance Package, Dynamic Handling, Luxury Line, Premium Package, Technology Package and HK Sound.
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      01-13-2014, 03:43 PM   #6
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That's about right for 15k miles a year...at that msrp it doesn't look like you have any options on it?
It starts at $48,000.....
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Amazing how BMW manages to lease a 3-Series coupe for over $800 w/ only a few options ... that's what I call branding
For that price you can lease a 7-Series, w/ twice the gadgets you get in the coupe. I know it's a completely different animal, but what they are charging for the 4-Series is mind blowing.
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Thats crazy...just for context I have a 335xi loaded at 60K with 15k miles per year, no money down I paying 658 including tax.
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I would never go over $530 before tax on a loaded 435. $800 for a 4 series is craziness! Might as well buy and finance at that rate.
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Thats crazy...just for context I have a 335xi loaded at 60K with 15k miles per year, no money down I paying 658 including tax.
That seems quite low. Can you define what options you've put on your loaded 335xi?
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      01-14-2014, 06:35 AM   #11
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As high as these numbers are, they are low compared to leasing a CLA45. For a $60k car, we're talking about $1000/mo. The residual sucks. Plus MB generally requires a cap cost reduction due at signing...figure around $5000+/- total.
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If 815.00 is how much BMW wants for the 4 series then that's insane. I would never pay that much for a 335 coupe.
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For as long as I can remember BMW has offered better lease deals on the sedans than the coupes. If you want a coupe, it will cost more. If it doesn't matter to you, buy the sedan and save some money.

I took a 2 year, 50,000 mile lease and based on what I pay $815 sounds about right for the standard 3 year/15,000 mile lease.

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wait a few months....you'll see how quickly the numbers drop. What you're experiencing now is "new car demand"....BMW trying to take advantage of people that want this hot new 4 series.

Infiniti wanted to charge me almost $600 for the new Q50......yesterday i got a call telling me they'll do it for about $350 with taxes. (loyalty credit was increased incredibly)
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I would never go over $530 before tax on a loaded 435. $800 for a 4 series is craziness! Might as well buy and finance at that rate.
Where you finding deals l like this? I want in!!
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I would never go over $530 before tax on a loaded 435. $800 for a 4 series is craziness! Might as well buy and finance at that rate.
No way man, it's way too low. A fair number would be around $650 for 3y / 15k m / $3k dp.
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The "build your own" on BMW's web page shows a $59,750 MSRP, 3 yrs, 15,000 miles/yr, no down payment at $828.00 mo. What's with these numbers in the 5's and 6's being posted?

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I would never go over $530 before tax on a loaded 435. $800 for a 4 series is craziness! Might as well buy and finance at that rate.
Then you won't be driving a 435. No way you are going to be down in the $530 range, hell even the $500 range, for a 435 without a hefty down payment.
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Thats crazy...just for context I have a 335xi loaded at 60K with 15k miles per year, no money down I paying 658 including tax.
What was your cap cost?
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The "build your own" on BMW's web page shows a $59,750 MSRP, 3 yrs, 15,000 miles/yr, no down payment at $828.00 mo. What's with these numbers in the 5's and 6's being posted?

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Then you won't be driving a 435. No way you are going to be down in the $530 range, hell even the $500 range, for a 435 without a hefty down payment.
actually one can do that on a 435i via european delivery

MSRP: 55,275
Final price including other fees and destination: 48,975
0 down payment
8% tax rate
3.19% or 0.001329 money factor
63% residual
10k/yr

Lease = 544.84

These figures are not including any incentives that bmw offers
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actually one can do that on a 435i via european delivery

MSRP: 55,275
Final price including other fees and destination: 48,975
0 down payment
8% tax rate
3.19% or 0.001329 money factor
63% residual
10k/yr

Lease = 544.84

These figures are not including any incentives that bmw offers
Good price but that is with 10K a year miles. The OP is looking for 15K/yr.
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