He’s adding the drive off and assuming that you should be rolling the drive-off into the lease. This is a very contentious point here on LH on what to do with the Drive Off.
A lot of people here believe that you should put 0 money down on the low chance that you have an accident that totals the car. Honestly, my school of thought is to do only drive offs and put no real money down just to “lower the payment.” In my mind, drive offs are just a part of doing the business, you know, taxes, fees, registration, etc. Why pay extra interest and taxes on stuff you don’t have to?
With that being said, at least the MSDs are refundable, can they go deeper on the discount? Aren’t Gran Coupes from BMW a dime a dozen?
New car + 440 = very little chance of a big discount or a “great deal”. 4 series GC’s don’t lease great to begin with, but you can get a much better ‘deal’ on a 430 if you don’t care a lot about the power - especially if it’s a loaner.
I love the 4GC but it leases like crap. They are not supported well by BMW financial. If it leased like a 3 series I’d have one in my driveway.
I got some no.s on 2018 GC 440i please let me know if this looks good
msrp 63815 , adjusted price - 55991 , doc fee 799, tax 464, non tax fee 1532, total 58787,
cap cost 54571 after 5k , residual is 55% ,mf is 0.0022
dealer gave quotes for 5k down
12k miles 36 month
it comes down to 785