2019 BMW M5 Competition - $1,227/month CA TAX INCL, 0 DOWN, 33 months / 28,400 miles remain

Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2019, BMW, M5 Comp, Singapore Grey
Location: Los Angeles, CA

MSRP: $116,160
Monthly payment (pre-tax): $1,135.35
Effective monthly payment: $1,243.21 including CA tax ($1,227 after incentive)

Current mileage: 1,600
Maturity mileage: 30,000
Effective miles per month: 864
Maturity date: 7/2022

MSD due (if any): None
Cash due (if any): None
Incentive for new lessee (if any): $500

Financial institution: BMWFS
Transfer fee: $500
Out-of-state transfer allowed (yes/no): Maybe

Vehicle condition (accidents, tire wear, etc.), options, and other details: All excellent

I have the car up on leasetrader currently, but figured someone here might appreciate the deal. You can see pics and all details here: https://www.leasetrader.com/2019_BMW_M5_319847.xhtml

As I’m sure I’ll get asked why I’m letting it go: I’ve had many “M” cars, including last two M5 generations and this was somewhat of an impulsive purchase (“I MUST have the newest, fastest, best”) but I’ve reached a point that I’m less excited by these cars than I used to be, so I’m going the “practical” route for now.

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Nice Car GLWS. It’s tend to move faster on leasetrader and swapalease though.
Curious to ask though, was there something with the car that didn’t mean to meet your expectations ?

I have it on leasetrader already with 7 potential buyers since putting it up a week ago, but so far tire kickers or people not reaching out to me yet. It will go, just figured I’d give the nice people of the forum a shot.

Personally, I think the M5 has gradually become too “refined” for my taste. It’s by far the fastest M car I’ve driven and no doubt gorgeous, but not as raw as I’d like (the E60 M5 was my favorite if that tells you anything).

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I used to have corvettes, vipers, An R8, 911s, m3 and m5s.

Now I have a Volvo and a minivan.

Kids…

I like my cabin watch, built in vacuum and room for strollers now LOL

Who knew 0.o

Glwt

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Builtin vacuums are the greatest innovation in automotive engineering since the three-point seatbelt.

I’m exaggerating, but not by much.

This deal seems decent to me, and in line with what others are paying.

GLWT–tire kickers can be tough to work with.

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Bumping this. Throwing in a little $500 incentive to bring the payment to $1,227/mo (including CA tax).