Saw this Unicorn 🦄️ BMW 19 440 GC deal $159+tax? 2K DAS

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#1

Got an email from Stevens creek BMW this morning:
19 440 GT 159+tax,
24/10k
2k DAS?

If this is true, NorCal hackers are in luck!

#2

Something must be wrong there :slight_smile:

#3

That is most definitely supposed to say $4995.

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#4

Hah! I’ve seen some pretty good 4 series deals posted here recently but I wish good luck to anyone contacting the dealer for that! $289 maybe, but $189 noooope.

#5

“1 at this price…”.

Guaranteed that car is “gone” upon arrival.

#6

Gone or not, they’re going to be getting a massive amount of calls

#7

I am among them. This is too good to pass up.

#8

spoke to the dealer. This car is already gone. Sold on the 11th of May apparently lmao

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#9

You’re telling me a dealership advertised a specific stock # for a 72 hour sales event from 5/17-5/19 despite knowing full well it had already sold on 5/11? Shocker :laughing:

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#10

That coupe isn’t the worst offer either, effective payment of ~$397 ($189 + $5000/24 = $208). Though it says you must have BMW loyalty to qualify for that pricing.

MSD would help it lower as well, hmm

Must already be sold lmao

#11

Doesn’t include tax and license, though. That’ll bump dues and monthly a pretty fair amount.

#12

Oops my bad, I read “total due at lease inception” and glazed over the rest

So I guess that’s the new phrase replacing “down payment” ?

#13

Not sure. It probably includes dealer fees and some CCR. I never trust or pay any attention to dealer ads. If dealers don’t honor them, why would I? :wink:

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#14

That X2 is a reverse unicorn…

#15

That’s finance :slight_smile:

#16

my bad…

#17

True statement.

These dealer ads are nothing more than a gimmick to get people in the store/online leads. Rarely, if ever are they worth the paper printed on.

Like they say…”if it’s too good to be true…”

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