With great help from 1st dealer in S cal to convinced me trying lease swap with my 18 M5 (with 30 months to go), the swap actually worked and became friend with new owner in East coast. My beloved M5 is in a closure trunk on the way to new home.
Meanwhile, the dealer went quite a long way to help me lease this beautiful fully loaded 19 Alpina B7 with dealer trade (with special color Velvet blue metallic and merino leather). I flew to LA picked up new ride and drove back to Bay Area last night.
Net Cap: $141,766
MF:0.00142 after full MSDs
Term is 36/12k
Drive off: $2,500
Monthly payment is $1,738 plus 9.25% tax
I decided to buy tire/rim protection @ $2,250 as I felt it was his offer with good intention. I think I will have more peace in mind this way as the rim is quite expensive and 21” wheel makes less tolerance on 255/295 tires.
Along the way was another gentleman from another dealer down south helped me with great deal, even though with slight better discount, I had to appreciate the original person by going with the blue one. I did buy a little gift for the other gentleman and thank him in person.
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Oh stop dude. A broker posted one for 1500. What hack happened here? It’s not just a general car forum to brag about cool cars. This isn’t bimmerpost etc. You’re being relatively hostile for no reason.
Not everyone here is entitled to hack a unicorn. As long as people are benefiting by gaining proper knowledge and education about leasing, and getting a GREAT deal, (notice emphasis on GREAT) its all good.
Forum is here to provide knowledge to everyone, whether its a first time leaser or a pro has been leasing for decades.
Honestly, you cant compare this to any other bmw model at the moment. It is not a 3 series which are flying off of shelves like the newest video game. These cars are exclusive editions targeted to a specific client market. RV is the lowest set out of all the other models which are in the 60s…
Anyway yeah it may not be the most hacked deal but given that it’s super rare and you got exactly the car you wanted, enjoy it. I’ve never actually even seen one of these in person but they sound impressive.
That deal is for 7500 miles and has $3k DAS. Increase to 12k, knock off $500 DAS, and add the wheel protection, and these are damned near the same. And that’s not even mentioning the fact that the other deal doesn’t list the exact MSRP, so it could be a lower MSRP.