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Old 01-26-2007, 01:54 AM
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Kev,

I don't think they do multiple security deposit in CA. It's only for a limited number of states.

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Ryan,

I can't criticize the car choice as the 335 in either coupé or sedan iteration but the money down is a bad idea. There are many, many posts on other forums about leasing but the general consensus is to not put any money down in the form a cap cost reduction. That money is gone for good and if the car gets stolen or totalled the next day, you ain't getting that money back. Wpcmac mentioned the BMWFS multiple security deposit option. That will reduce your costs but it's money you'll get back at the end of the lease. It's just a matter of whether you can/want to part with the money up front. I would advise not putting any money down other than the fees, but consider the MSD option.

BTW, if you want to check with my sales guy I can give you his info. He's always been a very straight shooter with me. It's worth a shot, right?
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Old 01-26-2007, 02:36 AM
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Good to hear you guys are getting deals bcs in FL the 335s are moving quick.
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Old 01-26-2007, 03:45 AM
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Let me ask you. Why not just buy the car out of state, pay the $700-$1000 to ship the car over? If you only get 1%, you're getting $450 off where as when you buy out of state (same process, same paperwork, delivery at a local dealer) you will still save at least $2000 and get the car faster? You don't have to stay buy it from FL dealers.

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Old 01-26-2007, 04:26 AM
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ry, go back to crevier and ask to talk to scott nieman. he is a personal friend of mine, he will get you the deal you want. he is a super guy and will tell you what can and cannot be done without giving you the sales bullshit runaround. i got drew his 07 328 coupe for xmas, tell him kirk sent ya. he will hook it up (and ask him about the tint place down the street too for a hookup). good luck, let me know how it goes, kirk

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Kev,

I don't think they do multiple security deposit in CA. It's only for a limited number of states.
Oh. I didn't do it but I read a bunch of posts on E90post about MSD. I thought some of them were from CA.
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kev, shame on you, go to bed, did you and the wife battle it out on wiiiiii again?????
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kev, shame on you, go to bed, did you and the wife battle it out on wiiiiii again?????
Not tonight. I'm up late keeping an eye on you!
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Ryan, while it may be nice to go to the dealer closest to you and build that relationship, there are a ton of dealers in the state/country. I you have a price in mind and they're not willing to talk... walk out. Don't settle for crap from them. And like others have said, don't put money down on a lease... only put money down if you plan on buying/financing and want to reduce the monthly. Good luck. I've been doing my own research as well

And keep this thread going... I need the info It's been way too long since I bought a new car and lost all my dealing/haggling skills
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Let me ask you. Why not just buy the car out of state, pay the $700-$1000 to ship the car over? If you only get 1%, you're getting $450 off where as when you buy out of state (same process, same paperwork, delivery at a local dealer) you will still save at least $2000 and get the car faster? You don't have to stay buy it from FL dealers.

Good advice.
Or if you don't want to ship, fly one way and drive back.

A good place to check current lease rates, sale price etc. is the ask a dealer forum on bimmerfest


http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=20
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Old 01-26-2007, 01:06 PM
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Yeah I thought about going out state but how does it work with smog, I know how tough Cali is (my friend Jenn has a 2006 Mazda 3 which she bought in Utah, and she had to have it resmogged here with 12,000 miles it when she moved here)
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