Just signed a lease on a fairly loaded 330e. Was quoted even less over email but they couldn’t get the numbers to not flip to negative equity when they submitted to BMWFS. Fees in calculator included all the wheel, windshield, and ding insurance because they need to play around with numbers so they took it out of the sale price we original had (so free). I put all fees in acquisition so I could do first month only payment on drive off. That includes acquisition fee and doc fee plus all the costs of the insurance they added on. Tax is added into sale price on calculator.
2017 BMW 330e (M sport, Nav, Cold Weather, Prem Package)
Selling Price: $38,372
Rebates: $6,000 e and lease
Annual Mileage: 12,000
MF: .00152 (was not told but calculates out)
Residual: $36,000 (4,996 miles)
Security Deposit: $0
Total Due At Signing: $110
Monthly Payment (incl. tax): $110
The great deal is from them taking off the rebate from sale price. Most dealers I emailed said all rebates included in sale price. I think they didn’t realize the rebates were at 6k for the e. I am also in Ohio and guessing electric does not sell well.
I can’t believe my eyes when I see the numbers. 110$ for a 50K+ BMW? That’s better than robbery. Congratulations you really set the bar. I probably will never lease a BMW 3 because you know someone is only paying 1/3 for the same car… LOl