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Old 06-20-2011, 10:51 PM
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Did you get your 328i for invoice price? At which dealer, if you don't mind me asking? BMW of Bayside quoted me $40,000 and a -$1000 incentive, so $39000 for a 328i packaged up to $42,225. I will be going to Rallye BMW (where the X5 was purchased) this Friday to see if I can get a better deal.
I am in Buffalo,NY but we bought the 328 in Rochester, NY at West Herr BMW of Rochester. I can not speak to what deals can be had near NYC, assuming that is where you are. We paid roughly 500 over invoice (msrp 54,375, sale price 50,600.) I assume that it would be easier to negotiate for a sedan or coupe? Plus we are getting closer to the models production end, as you know, so dealer incentives should be gaining momentum.

Is the 1000 from bmw cca? Or is that some dealer incentive?

Bimmers hold an 8% dealer markup, as you probably know by now. So your deal seems more than fair....rougly 150 over invoice! But I think there is probably more room given the incentives?
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Old 06-20-2011, 11:07 PM
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I am in Buffalo,NY but we bought the 328 in Rochester, NY at West Herr BMW of Rochester. I can not speak to what deals can be had near NYC, assuming that is where you are. We paid roughly 500 over invoice (msrp 54,375, sale price 50,600.) I assume that it would be easier to negotiate for a sedan or coupe? Plus we are getting closer to the models production end, as you know, so dealer incentives should be gaining momentum.

Is the 1000 from bmw cca? Or is that some dealer incentive?

Bimmers hold an 8% dealer markup, as you probably know by now. So your deal seems more than fair....rougly 150 over invoice! But I think there is probably more room given the incentives?


The incentive is from BMWNA, so I will continue trying to talk it down, maybe another 1000? That would seem pretty fair. I have read somewhere that the E90 will be coming to an end in October '11, so I'm assuming prices should be even lower.
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