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High my trade is being valued less then what I owe. Is there a way to make them offer more for my trade and have them discount the price of a new car to help offset part of what I will be upside down on?

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bmw x-3 m40i

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interested in bow x3 m40i. can i negotiate a good price on this car? https://www.kbb.com/bmw/x3/2018/m40i/?vehicleid=434082

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Used BMW - How do I know It's a good price?

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I'm not sure how to price out this vehicle. The ad says it's BMW Certified, CARFAX 1-Owner, 11,290 Miles! Says its $1,000 below Kelley Blue Book, with Heated Seats, Navigation, iPod/MP3 Input, Satellite Radio. Price is $18,991.

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Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:32 0 Answer110 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:30 0 Answer104 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:22 0 Answer96 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:22 0 Answer93 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:21 0 Answer78 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:18 0 Answer88 views

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I own my 10 year old Audi A3 free and clear, but the maintenance on it is becoming more frequent and more expensive. When should I consider getting a new car, what kind of car and should I lease or buy?

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Hi YouWheel, I have a question, I will finish my lease of an Audi A7 this year. When I signed the contract, I only considered the monthly payment for the two years' lease period without considering the total price and residual after the two years. Now I want to buy it but I realized the residual is too high. What should I do to negotiate with the dealer? Thanks very much! mopo

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Offsetting Negative Equity on trade in

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High my trade is being valued less then what I owe. Is there a way to make them offer more for my trade and have them discount the price of a new car to help offset part of what I will be upside down on?

2018-05-11 00:35:30 0 Answer9 views

bmw x-3 m40i

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interested in bow x3 m40i. can i negotiate a good price on this car? https://www.kbb.com/bmw/x3/2018/m40i/?vehicleid=434082

2018-05-10 06:46:16 0 Answer10 views

Used BMW - How do I know It's a good price?

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I'm not sure how to price out this vehicle. The ad says it's BMW Certified, CARFAX 1-Owner, 11,290 Miles! Says its $1,000 below Kelley Blue Book, with Heated Seats, Navigation, iPod/MP3 Input, Satellite Radio. Price is $18,991.

2018-05-08 13:39:48 0 Answer10 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:32 0 Answer110 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:30 0 Answer104 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:22 0 Answer96 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:22 0 Answer93 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:21 0 Answer78 views

Discount off MSRP

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You suggest 15% as a rule of thumb discount off MSRP for BMW. I know it depends upon many factors, but what percentage do you attempt for Mercedes, Lexus and Jaguar Secondly, I want to pay cash but seem forced into leasing to make use of the incentives. Seems to be no incentive for cash. If my state has no sales tax, what do I need to be aware of in the lease agreement?

2017-12-04 00:34:18 0 Answer88 views

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