So my dealer here in Colorado has a 2022 BMW M850 Convertible arriving in 2 weeks. Big news - there is a significant price drop compared to the '21 models! Aside from standard colors and interior leather, it has the following options:
Driving Assistance Pro
Bowers & Wilkins
Extended ShadowLine Trim
MSRP = $116,395
Price after discount = $107,083
He is offering me a discount of 8%. Now I see larger discounts offered by brokers on MY '21 in-stock cars, but then again the 2022s are less in price.
My question is - does anyone have any insight into what an appropriate percentage off would be on '22 models?
Rest of the lease structure: MF=.00093, residual = 54%
I can play with MSDs for final monthly payment, but really interested in how much of a discount I can try to negotiate? Is there still flagship money available to dealers on these models? Also, I think there is still about $3,000 in incentives with loyalty, correct?
Thank you in advance - this site is invaluable!