I guess what I’m saying is if you order the vehicle, and had sold order protection meaning you placed a deposit spec’d out your car then yes I could see them holding all the current incentives.
However if you walk into a dealership and they have a vehicle that you like and you did a credit application had them run your credit and for whatever reason walked out of the dealership and didn’t make the deal, you’re telling me you can go back two months from now if the incentives suck at that point and have them backdate an incentive? Sorry I have to disagree on this one.
Hopefully someone that works for BMW can chime in. Otherwise what’s the stop anyone from saying “hey there’s a great incentive right now, let me go do a credit application so that I can go shop for 30 more days and if it doesn’t get better I’ll go back and demand that they give me the previous incentive” there’s a reason why these programs are dated on a month-to-month basis. If BMW does this it would be the first time I have ever heard this being done.