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      03-04-2020, 12:06 PM   #1
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Post Official 2 Series Gran Group Quotes, Pricing and Lease Rates Thread

Please use this thread as a master thread to discuss quotes, pricing, lease program, and the like.

This first post will be updated monthly with the latest lease program numbers (residuals, credits, incentives).

Please do not make dealer / salesperson recommendations or referrals in this thread. Thank you!

Please note that incentives may vary in your local market.


October 2020 Lease Program:

2021 Model Year

228i xDrive Gran Coupe (2021MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$500 lease credit
$? finance credit
$500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)
M235i xDrive Gran Coupe (2021MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$500 lease credit
$? finance credit
$500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)


2020 Model Year

228i xDrive Gran Coupe (2020MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$2000 lease credit
$3000 finance credit
$500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)
M235i xDrive Gran Coupe (2020MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$2000 lease credit
$3000 finance credit
$500 loyalty credit (lease / APR)
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      03-10-2020, 09:50 AM   #2
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Are you saying it's possible to get $4500 combined off of MSRP for Financed purchases?
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      04-06-2020, 12:34 PM   #3
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      04-07-2020, 12:09 PM   #4
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Are you saying it's possible to get $4500 combined off of MSRP for Financed purchases?
$4500 off from BMW alone, that's both taking into account any real discount you can negotiate with your dealership.

Advertised manufacturer incentives don't come out of the profit, and I'm not sure about BMW, but the Volvo's I sell have on average 4.5-6% profit in the MSRP plus about $1500 in holdback in almost every car.
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I got about 10 % off plus incentives from my SA here in GA.
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      05-01-2020, 01:29 PM   #7
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Does the loyalty credit still exist this month? All I'm seeing is:

0.9% APR
$2500 credit off MSRP
90 day payment deferment
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Does the loyalty credit still exist this month? All I'm seeing is:

0.9% APR
$2500 credit off MSRP
90 day payment deferment
0.9% APR is amazing, if true. Do you have a source link you can post?
Is that BMWUSA's new best financing rate?
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      05-03-2020, 04:23 PM   #10
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Does the loyalty credit still exist this month? All I'm seeing is:

0.9% APR
$2500 credit off MSRP
90 day payment deferment
0.9% APR is amazing, if true. Do you have a source link you can post?
Is that BMWUSA's new best financing rate?


It's on BMWUSA.com site:


https://www.bmwusa.com/special-offer...gal-disclaimer
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If possible hold off..... I feel best is yet to come.....
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      06-03-2020, 12:35 AM   #12
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Thread is a little dead so maybe I can liven it up with a discussion. I got several quotes for the 2020 m235 gc and was wondering in People's thoughts.

First and Worst Quote
M235 gc storm bay metallic, magma red interior, very nicely optioned (essentially fully loaded) but this car is a demo lease with about 1,500 current miles.

Drive off 2354
Monthly including tax 567

Second

M235 alpine white, black interior, not nicely optioned, I'd consider it basic. New car lease.

Drive off 2000
Monthly including tax 493.

I know I left out the msrp and money factor and etc etc etc and if needed I can provide that for the first car but I just thought people can give me an idea of these number align with their own?

In my opinion I thought I'd be closer to 450 on the demo lease (only because of the options) and closer to 400-15 on the basic new m235 lease.
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A good deal on a fully loaded one At 10k miles per year is going to be under $500 with tax. You should be receiving 10% off MSRP plus incentives and base rate on money factor. Don’t pay a penny more than that.
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Thread is a little dead so maybe I can liven it up with a discussion. I got several quotes for the 2020 m235 gc and was wondering in People's thoughts.

First and Worst Quote
M235 gc storm bay metallic, magma red interior, very nicely optioned (essentially fully loaded) but this car is a demo lease with about 1,500 current miles.

Drive off 2354
Monthly including tax 567

Second

M235 alpine white, black interior, not nicely optioned, I'd consider it basic. New car lease.

Drive off 2000
Monthly including tax 493.

I know I left out the msrp and money factor and etc etc etc and if needed I can provide that for the first car but I just thought people can give me an idea of these number align with their own?

In my opinion I thought I'd be closer to 450 on the demo lease (only because of the options) and closer to 400-15 on the basic new m235 lease.
The current 2 Series Gran Coupe is one of the worst cars on the market right now. Can't believe anyone can even think of purchasing one.
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The current 2 Series Gran Coupe is one of the worst cars on the market right now. Can't believe anyone can even think of purchasing one.
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To the orig poster, I got mine a month ago Mineral Grey / Coral Red and really like it. My 6th BMW and sadly one of the few without doing European Delivery since it has been stopped. If you like how it drives and looks it, go for it and enjoy.. love mine
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Originally Posted by Storm2rooper View Post
Thread is a little dead so maybe I can liven it up with a discussion. I got several quotes for the 2020 m235 gc and was wondering in People's thoughts.

First and Worst Quote
M235 gc storm bay metallic, magma red interior, very nicely optioned (essentially fully loaded) but this car is a demo lease with about 1,500 current miles.

Drive off 2354
Monthly including tax 567

Second

M235 alpine white, black interior, not nicely optioned, I'd consider it basic. New car lease.

Drive off 2000
Monthly including tax 493.

I know I left out the msrp and money factor and etc etc etc and if needed I can provide that for the first car but I just thought people can give me an idea of these number align with their own?

In my opinion I thought I'd be closer to 450 on the demo lease (only because of the options) and closer to 400-15 on the basic new m235 lease.
The current 2 Series Gran Coupe is one of the worst cars on the market right now. Can't believe anyone can even think of purchasing one.
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Originally Posted by tuffode View Post
Quote:
Originally Posted by Storm2rooper View Post
Thread is a little dead so maybe I can liven it up with a discussion. I got several quotes for the 2020 m235 gc and was wondering in People's thoughts.

First and Worst Quote
M235 gc storm bay metallic, magma red interior, very nicely optioned (essentially fully loaded) but this car is a demo lease with about 1,500 current miles.

Drive off 2354
Monthly including tax 567

Second

M235 alpine white, black interior, not nicely optioned, I'd consider it basic. New car lease.

Drive off 2000
Monthly including tax 493.

I know I left out the msrp and money factor and etc etc etc and if needed I can provide that for the first car but I just thought people can give me an idea of these number align with their own?

In my opinion I thought I'd be closer to 450 on the demo lease (only because of the options) and closer to 400-15 on the basic new m235 lease.
The current 2 Series Gran Coupe is one of the worst cars on the market right now. Can't believe anyone can even think of purchasing one.
Guess that's part of the reason why I was considering leasing and not purchasing.
Ended up going with an Alpha Romeo TI Sport RWD as the deal was just too good to pass up. Monthly payment post tax is 400, nothing down as it was a lease assumption, and previous owner paid the transfer fee.
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Guess that's part of the reason why I was considering leasing and not purchasing.
Ended up going with an Alpha Romeo TI Sport RWD as the deal was just too good to pass up. Monthly payment post tax is 400, nothing down as it was a lease assumption, and previous owner paid the transfer fee.
Nice! Great car, have fun with it.
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Anything for October yet?
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