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2015 BMW 7 Series Sedan Nov-Dec Lease Program

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Last Edited by muniala November 30, 2014 at 05:14 PM
There are some excellent leases on BMWs (X1s, 3, 4, 5, 7 series and i3s) through the end of the year. Thought I'd share some information as I have in the past.

I'm going to start with the 7 series and if I have time I will start other threads for the other models. I will add more information to this thread as I get more time


2015 BMW 740i Sedan,
24 month 12k/yr Residual 66% , 0.00130 Base Rate
36 or 39 Month 12K/yr – Residual 56% of MSRP – .00130 Base Rate

There is a $4000 lease cash incentive currently. Additionally selling prices are being discounted aggressively (think around Invoice and then minus the incentives)

Here is an example on an actual car available in Southern Cal right now. Keep in mind this is a heavily loaded car and other cars with lesser options are cheaper.

2015 BMW 740i Sedan M-Sport Edition
Packages: Driver Assistance Plus, Executive Package, Lighting Package, M Sport Package
Options: 20" Light alloy Double-spoke wheels, Power rear sunshade and rear side window shades, Enhanced USB and Bluetooth plus Smartphone Integration

Total MSRP including Destination : $85K +

Monthly Payment: $746 + tax (Includes $725 acquisition fee)
Drive-off = Registration Fee + Doc Fee + $5600 refundable security deposit. Security Deposit returned at end of lease


Again, the above numbers is a specific car shown as an example. You should be able to get appropriate deals on other cars. Please read some of my prior lease threads to understand leasing and how to price, negotiate and lease a car correctly. Links are below:

http://slickdeals.net/f/2611065-january-february-auto-leases-infiniti-g-m3-convertible-hyundai-genesis-honda-civic?

http://slickdeals.net/f/2187679-2011-bmw-335-sedan-3yr-36k-lease-well-equipped-w-premium-package-automatic-468-tax-month-zero-down-4000-refundable-security-deposit?

http://slickdeals.net/f/2173432-2011-bmw-328-sedan-lease-well-equipped-399-tax-zero-down

http://slickdeals.net/f/2176180-2010-infiniti-g37-lease-from-262-ttl-for-3yr-30k-with-zero-down
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#3
I was just browsing through some of the old threads you started...
BMW still allows the 7 security deposits to lower the interest rate?
I'm currently in the market for the i3
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Any deals on low mileage/single payment leases?

(some of us only need 20000 miles over 36 months)
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any deal for 5 or X5?


Quote from muniala View Post :
There are some excellent leases on BMWs (X1s, 3, 4, 5, 7 series and i3s) through the end of the year. Thought I'd share some information as I have in the past.
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any deal for 5 or X5?
is there a link to the current list of models, money factors, residual, etc.? I've scouted out muniala's excellent lease deals in the last but were never at a good time for me. hoping an x3 can be had at a good price. Thx!!!
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wow 18k and at the end of the 24 months you wont have anything to show for it. I hope anyone that goes for this cherishes every moment during that lease.
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I'm currently shopping for an 2015 X3 with an MSRP of $46925. Would you or anyone have any info on the MF and Residual, also any incentives in the NY area. What you think would be the price to aim for on a 36 month 10K mi lease? TIA
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Though, financially, I feel that leasing is stupid. If you have the money and are leasing a car within your means and get bored with your cars very often, it is a perfect solution.

If you are a car person, or I guess a status person, life is too short to drive junkers Smilie
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Last edited by tennis8363 November 30, 2014 at 05:41 AM

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I believe there are forums out there that track all of the current lease factors - such as Edmunds, but was unable to locate for the full line of 2015 BMWs. Anyone keep up with this info that could provide a link? Greatly appreciated...

Also, let's try to refrain from the 'leasing is for suckers' types of comments otherwise this thread will turn into lease vs. purchase. Each individual is different and there is a time and place for both of these options.
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Quote from MCeatalot View Post :
The very definition of 'acquiring' something is to own it. That's not what leaseing is. Think of it as borrowing. With cost associated.

Carry on.
I probably was not 100% clear on my meaning. I've had this discussion often enough that I sometimes breakdown into shorthand. Here's how I look at it. Whether we're talking about housing, cars, or something else...you are ultimately trying to possess the good "1 Year of Driving/Shelter/Etc." for as cheap a cost as possible with as high a quality as possible.

The conventional wisdom re: frugality with cars has long been that you should be buying a 5-ish year old car for cash and then driving it until the wheels fall off. I don't disagree that this is a cost effective way to pay for your transportation costs, but it's not the only way. If someone is going to buy a BMW or a Mercedes anyway, then leasing is on the table. Very often with incentive structures, tax benefits, etc., a person can actually come out ahead by leasing. Not the majority of the time, but often enough that it's worth checking to see what the current lease deals are.

I strongly disagree with the premise that says "Renting is throwing your money away," which places owning outright above owning for a time via rental/leasing. There are a number of reasons that NOT owning something can be cheaper than owning it. People should examine their priorities and do the math.
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Last edited by CbusGuy November 30, 2014 at 06:00 AM
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Good deal if you're in the market for a 7er. I don't lease, but it's rather smart for the 6/7 series, because these depreciate like mad.

Keep in mind, the all new 2016 G11 7-series comes out next summer, which is why they're blowing out these current models.
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Good deal if you're in the market for a 7er. I don't lease, but it's rather smart for the 6/7 series, because these depreciate like mad.

Keep in mind, the all new 2016 G11 7-series comes out next summer, which is why they're blowing out these current models.
Finally someone is making sense out of all of these discussions. EEK!
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Quote from jordonlee View Post :
I am sure you are satisfied with your Toyota Yaris.

I'm not really interested in the lease vs. buy argument, but as an aside, I'm a very satisfied Yaris owner. And I've owned a BMW before.
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Last edited by Parachute07 November 30, 2014 at 06:27 AM
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I'm not really interested in the lease vs. buy argument, but as an aside, I'm a very satisfied Yaris owner. And I've owned a BTW before.
"very satisfied Yaris owner" said no BMW owner... ever.
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