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      10-24-2007, 04:02 PM   #1
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Take a Guess on Pricing on a Three Year Lease

Everyone is guessing that pricing for the 135i will be in the 33-35k range. With a price tag like that, what do you THINK the ballpark pricing will be on a three year lease. I would guess in the $400 range, but I'm sure there are some others out there that have a better idea than I do when it comes to leasing.

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      10-24-2007, 04:14 PM   #2
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If it's in the 400's sign me up.

I'd start at 35k, optioned out to ~40k. No $ down, 10k mi/yr, taxes in the payments, 36-month.

I'm hoping for max 500, but it will more than likely be over 500, or perhaps starting 500.

I priced out a well equipped (not fully loaded) 335i with the same parameters and it came out to 680/mo.
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      10-24-2007, 04:23 PM   #3
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$550+ tax ....0 down sign and drive.....

$400 wont lease you that kind of car for 3 yrs....unless you put $5k down
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      10-24-2007, 05:33 PM   #4
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$550+ tax ....0 down sign and drive.....

$400 wont lease you that kind of car for 3 yrs....unless you put $5k down

Under $600 depending on your credit rating..!
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      10-25-2007, 11:23 AM   #5
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How can you only do 10k a year? I'm doing 17k/year in my Mazda, and I'll easily hit 20k if I'm driving a BMW.
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I drive only about 8-10k a year, since I take my wife's Pathy to work once in a awhile.....old bastards like me have no place to go - that is until I find a goomah on the side.....then my mileage may go up due to after work rendezvous.......
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      10-26-2007, 02:43 PM   #7
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I drive only about 8-10k a year, since I take my wife's Pathy to work once in a awhile.....old bastards like me have no place to go - that is until I find a goomah on the side.....then my mileage may go up due to after work rendezvous.......
Thanks for the laugh! Always a good thing on a Friday afternoon.

I guessed that a goomah was a mistress, but since I'm not a Sopranos fan I had to look it up to be sure. Too funny.
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