Testing Market - 2018 BMW 330e Boston, MA - $265 / Month with tax

Year, Make, Model, and Trim: 2018 BMW 330e iPerformance RWD
Location: Belmont, MA or Boston, MA

MSRP: $52,195.00
Monthly payment (pre-tax): $250 no tax, $265 w/ MA 6.25% Tax
Effective monthly payment (if incentive is provided): N/A

Current mileage: Current Milage = 7,400

Milage remaining on lease = 24,000 - 7,400 = 16,600

Maturity mileage: 24,000
Effective miles per month: 1,200
Maturity date: 4/09/2021

MSD due (if any): 0
Cash due (if any): 0
Incentive for new lessee (if any): 0

Financial institution: BMW Financial Services
Transfer fee: $500
Out-of-state transfer allowed (yes/no):

Vehicle condition (accidents, tire wear, etc.), options, and other details:

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Great deal. I will be surprised if it’s not gone in 24 hours.

Awesome deal

Great Deal. :+1:

Nice car, is out of state transfer allowed (PA) ?

Might wanna state whether it’s RWD or AWD

sorry RWD corrected thanks the '18 330e only came in RWD

Someone in New England should scoop this up reallllll fast.
@JD81 I actually like this one for you.

You can throw your Ioniq in Lake Ontario

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This is way to rich for my blood. I could get two ioniqs for this price lol

If you add tax and transfer fee you might get almost 3 of them :rofl::rofl::rofl:

Is this still available?

Yes it is at moment

Sent a PM asking if out-of-state transfer is allowed

No need to PM. It is allowed. Up to current leasee if they want to work with you however.

This is a beautiful car. What is the residual?

Do you (or anyone else here) know if BMW allows for lease extensions so if this is transferred the second person could have more time with it?

No more than a couple of months. Why do you need the residual, you’re thinking of buying it? Anyhow, it’s in the posted contract.

Sweet deal.

But Aside from that, its totally hilarious how much bmw charges for

keyless entry,
moon roof
lumbar support and
xm radio
at $1750!!

And then a “premium package” hah. heated seats are still a premium package?
Heated front seats
Navigation
Heads up display
Advanced RTTI

All yours for a price of $2900

You would think that these antiquated packages would be standard across all luxury vehicles and somewhat a premium option in a Kia. They should at least wrap up these packages into the overall price of the vehicle instead of making them packages for purchase. But nope bmw still has to squeeze every dime out of these al la cart packages which we all know that combined at over $4500 are only worth maybe $1000 total between the 2 packages.

This is nothing

Dissect a Porsche window sticker and then let us know how you feel

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You have exactly backwards. Brands like Kia that compete primarily on price include these option as standard for the most part. “Luxury” brands can and do charge their customers for those items and get away with. As bostonconcierge points out the most successful company is Porsche, who makes an absolute killing on options.

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