In Reply to: Need Help..Is this a good deal? posted by James H on May 11, 1999 at 00:14:38:
You need to check the residual
For a 30mth 10K restrictionyour residual needs to be right at 66-68%
Here in Houston, there are '99 M3 convertibles at all the dealerships
And besides (like I mentioned before) BMW is offering a cash incentive on the M3s...but I don't know if they include the convertible models.
I still think a discount is in order here...this is the last production year.
I will give Steve Diamond of www.eurobuyers.com a call.
He can get you a car for alot less and have it come out of a NY dealer.
: I went to get a M3 convt and no dealers could get me one until August. I really rather have it before the summer. Anyway one dealer had two coming in within the next 3-5 weeks. Both are Tit. silver on black
: 5 speed
: Harmon Kardon (w/ 6 disc changer)
: Heated and power seats
: M cont II wheels
: ///M mats and key rings.
: $0 down, 10k miles a yr.
: MSRP 48,890
: $731 a month for 30 months with NYS taxes in payments
: 1) I have never leased before, so is there any thing I should haggle them for or negotiate any prices.
: 2) Can I do better, this car is in limited quantity and it is the summer time
: 3) Should I expect less than MSRP
: Thaks for any input