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Which BMW model, what year, etc etc?
Whoops how did I miss that?
How does it compare to what @IAC is offering?
Looks like a momentum deal.
That’s probably a end of month deal, likely that’s gonna be exactly where I’m gonna be less the dealer adds.
Hate to give up the business but I would have them back off the Permaplate and take it. Could you send me the full sheet?
well this car has options added over base, no msd and a little lower or down payment. So I can’t compare as much but let me check again to make sure.
Yes it’s momentum.
Ok that’s what I was thinking. Let me try that! Thanks for your input.
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I updated the title to reflect the model.
Why upside down on trade? Did you value it elsewhere?
I knowww . They tried to offer lower. But it was in line with kbb, carvana, etc. I leased that 330 with miles already on it as a loaner…along with my added miles dropped the value. So I’m looking forward to being positive on the next trade now that I know that mistake. It has 45k miles. I still have 6 months left on lease so more miles if I keep it.
If I keep miles low on next lease I should be good with equity right? It was my first lease
With a BMW? Unlikely. Hard to predict the future but historically it’s not been a good strategy.
Anyway, do you actually drive low miles or are you sacrificing some of your quality of life in the quest for some equity at the end?
Rule of thumb. Don’t expect equity at the end of a BMW lease.
No, I don’t drive low miles. I’ll turn in whatever it will be as I see it’s not likely to get positive equity. But from what I can see, the taxes kinda balances it out a little. Without a trade it seems I would pay $3k taxes on new car, with trade it’s lowered by almost $2k.
Not sure I follow. Every TX deal posted here with tax savings has been a rebate from the lessor.
I do not recall seeing any consumer generate tax savings just by returning a leased car. They never owned it so they’re not the recipients of the tax savings.