Brokers have pre-negotiated deals. In this market it can be difficult to find cars under MSRP, so it can save a lot of time and hassle.
I didn’t mean to imply that being cca member benefits you to use a broker but i meant to say that most brokers charge around $500 and if you lease a new 330i, the cca rebate is also $500 so it covers your broker fee and you save all your time and headache of negotiating with a dealer
if you are a BMWCCA member, you can get a rebate (post sales) for a new lease or purchase. IIRC, the amount varies by model. I just became a member ahead of my 330 arriving, and i believe that’s a 500 dollar rebate once eligible.
@nyclife offered a very good deal and I went with it.
Thanks for point this out. Do you know if the BMW CCA rebate works when a car is leased through a broker? I read somewhere that a rebate is not applicable when leasing through a broker.
That rule is a bit vague. The exact language says the following are not eligible for the BMW CCA rebate: “New, non-registered vehicles in excess of 1,000 miles including company vehicles, retail demos or loaner vehicles. 3rd party brokers, lease companies, etc. do not qualify.” I think that means if the broker or leasing company is leasing the car under the business name, perhaps they cannot get the rebate? But I don’t think it precludes you from getting the rebate simply because you leased the car through a broker, especially if the lease agreement says nothing about a broker.
Broker fees, if not paid to the broker directly, are usually paid by the dealer to the broker on the back-end and it would not be reflected in the lease agreement anyway AFAIK. So you should be okay.
Share pics once you get it
I dont know if its the right platform for Deal Check, but I will go ahead and guide me to the right platform if its not.
I am getting BMW 330i for 36/12k residual 57% , the number which dealer gave me -
Adjusted Cap Cost - 44381.80
Lease price per month - 602.80
I am not sure about how to check this on calculator
It doesn’t look good. I’d try to get the same car for around 460-470ish. It also depends on the region and availability.
This topic was automatically closed 60 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.