2018 340i M sport - 58K MSRP, 36/10k, $0 DAS, $400/mo

fl
bmw
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First time negotiating a lease and learned a ton here thanks to this website.
Let me know what you think!

MSRP: $58,025
Selling Price: $49,025 (15.5%)
Monthly Payment: $400
Cash Due at Signing: $0
MSD: 7 x $400 = $2800
Incentives: $7250 (5k lease credit, 1k college grad, 750 loyalty, 500 OL). Planning to submit the $500 BMW CCA rebate.

Months: 36
Annual Mileage: 10k
MF: 0.00177 --> 0.00142 after 7 MSD’s
Residual: 61%

**Region: FL
**Leasehackr Score: 13.1

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#2

Do you mind me asking which dealer? Having a hard time finding dealers willing to deal in florida

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PM’d you
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#4

Do you mind pm’n me this dealers information?

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#5

That looks like an awesome deal below the 1%. Good job and enjoy the car!

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PM’d you.

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#7

Can you also let me know which dealer in FL?

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#8

Plese DM with dealer!

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#9

PM’d you both

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#10

Would also be interested in the dealer info.

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#11

same, dealer info if you’d be so kind.
Judging by how many people asking, seems S.Florida and Florida in general could really use a lease broker. Why are deals in this state just so bad? California’s a bigger market and yet has killer deals.

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#12

@mani_is_kool and @Benedetto both work Florida.

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#13

They are not bad. Its just that everyone here expects FL dealers to match unicorn deals as seen forum. So even of there are good deals out here, people refuse to recognize em :slightly_smiling_face:

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#14

Was going to mention @mani_is_kool as well if you are looking for a broker in FL.

I too had the notion that FL in general was terrible to lease in, and to look for something in GA. Turned out that they were actually harder to negotiate with.

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#15

Could you share dealer info via PM?

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