2020 BMW X3M Donington Grey $839/Month Tax incld 1250 miles per month for 34 months . DAS $0 BMW ULTIMATE CARE+ INCLUDED


Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2020 BMW X3M
Location: NEW YORK

MSRP: $78,645.00
Monthly payment - $945 (NY Tax 8.625% included)
Effective monthly payment (if incentive is provided): $839

Current mileage: 1450
Maturity mileage: 45114
Effective miles per month:1247 per month
Maturity date: 09/09/23

MSD due (if any):$0
Cash due (if any): $0
Incentive for new lessee (if any): $3500 that will lower your payment to $839

Financial institution: BMW FINANCIAL
Transfer fee:$500 Paid by the Buyer
Out-of-state transfer allowed (yes/no): YES

Vehicle condition (accidents, tire wear, etc.), options, and other details:
Almost New Hardly Driven car is fully loaded with the executive package which includes
Heated Steering Wheel
Rear Manual Side window Shades
Front and Rear Heated Seats
Parking Assistance Plus
Heads-Up Display
Wireless Charging
Gesture Control
Rear-view Camera
Also Has 20" Double-Spoke 764m OG
Panaromic Roof
Lifetime Apple Car Play Full Screen

BMW Ultimate Care+ Agreement Included for no extra Charge ($800 Value )

LOCATION- New York Metro



Curious on why the switch so soon. GLWS!

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It was a surprise for Mom its too quick for her she is scared of driving it and thanks


This might be one of the best reasons I’ve seen till date, though, after recently driving an X3MC I completely get it. :slight_smile: As much as I love this vehicle, I know I’ll need the DAP package (as a second set of eyes) and an ALP laser jammer system (to prevent tickets) before I’m willing to go anywhere near it. And someone willing to take over my G05 lease who doesn’t get denied. :man_facepalming:

Good luck with the sale!


Hahah Thanks man

My mom is 60 and she loves driving my supra :joy:


Nice truck bro! Someone should snatch it up soon!

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Just a heads up: The VIN is visible on the spec sheet- not sure if you want it seen on a public forum. GLWS!

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Probably gonna have a hard time at that cost compared to others. Best of luck but just a heads up

Why would that matter?

I never get what people damage they think they’re gonna do with a VIN or license plate really

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I agree that’s why I’m so confused


Different car but miles per month on that car are around 900 miles with my car you get 1250 miles a month. So if someone drives more and doesn’t want to deal with summer tires will find this more attractive . But thanks :+1:t3:


Would you mind telling how that affects me ? Because to my understanding Vin number is always viewed on new and used car sales . Just curious

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Supramama :laughing:


Literally no issues at all

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Thanks man

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Beautiful car, OP! I think there’s a lot of value here considering 15k/year and UC+ are included in the payment. Both of those right there are over $3k: $700 for UC+ and 3% of the RV for the mileage bump (or $2,360). If comparing apples to apples, this is more in line with a payment of around $860/month including tax for a 10k/year and no UC+ X3M with zero drive off. Not a bad deal at all. Good luck!

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Just a heads-up… BMWFS has been very picky with lease assumption applicants and the lease transfer folks are really backed up… GLWT!


From personal experience, I can attest to the latter, but not the former. I have a transfer currently pending and they approved the transferee in under 2 minutes (with a $879 payment). Surprisingly, the guy is 22 years old, has only had one car lease previously which was under $400, and barely has any credit. As far as BMW FS being backed up, that’s really an understatement. My current transfer is barely wrapping up Stage 2, with quotes of 12-14 business days to wrap up Stage 3 (something that typically took 3-5 days MAX)! So it’s looking like a total of 5-6 weeks for a transfer nowadays, especially if title is held electronically. If title is in house, more like 3-4 weeks.