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      11-06-2007, 08:26 AM   #1
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Financing the new 1-series

Does BMW have any financing specials? Are the expected to?

How are you financing your 1-series????

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      11-06-2007, 08:29 AM   #2
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Only on a select few models according to the info that makes it into Automotive News. Don't know what the expectations would be this far before the late March '08 launch.
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Only on a select few models according to the info that makes it into Automotive News. Don't know what the expectations would be this far before the late March '08 launch.
What kind of rates are they offering right now?
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      11-06-2007, 09:08 AM   #4
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I don't know BMW's regular financing rates, just the special rates that AN reports on. Right now there is a Customer Incentive rate of 3.9% om M6, 6 Series, and 7 Series 2007 models. (source October 29, 2007 issue of Automotive News)
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3.9% is a great deal....don't expect that for the 135, or any other incentive....
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I plan on using E*Loan, who has been great to deal with in the past. If BMW can beat their rate, then I'll go with BMW.

I will sell my existing car myself first. I absolutely hate negotiating trade-in. It makes me feel dirty.
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I plan on using E*Loan, who has been great to deal with in the past. If BMW can beat their rate, then I'll go with BMW.

I will sell my existing car myself first.
1ster speaks THE truth!!

Always nice to find the lowest rate before you stop at the F&I's office, give them the opportunity to beat or match your best rate. And whenever possible, if you're comfortable with the process, sell your used car at retail, not at the going loal auto auction rate.
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