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      01-04-2019, 04:20 PM   #1
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2019 BMW X7 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).

You can find the latest X7 pricing/ordering guides at: https://g07.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1546409

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

Please note that the incentives may differ in your local area.


March 2019 Lease Program:

X7 40i/50i (2019MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$1250 loyalty credit



Previous month's rates for reference:

February 2019 Lease Program:

X7 40i/50i (2019MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$1500 loyalty credit
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Basically the same as the X5. Not bad!
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w/ tax, fees and first month payment = 6,713.25
$1,500 Loyalty Rebate
1,250 per month x 36 mo. @ 12k per year

$83,100 MRSP
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It's up their with my m5 :-(

Any idea what kind of disucount of mrs- your getting.
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w/ tax, fees and first month payment = 6,713.25
$1,500 Loyalty Rebate
1,250 per month x 36 mo. @ 12k per year

83,100 MRSP
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It's up their with my m5 :-(

Anyone have an idea of discounts of msrp
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w/ tax, fees and first month payment = 6,713.25
$1,500 Loyalty Rebate
1,250 per month x 36 mo. @ 12k per year

83,100 MRSP
Build DSs1ZBK6
NJ

It's up their with my m5 :-(

Anyone have an idea of discounts of msrp
I've got 7 X7's on order at my store. Not one was discounted. Loyalty was the only discount in the form of an incentive.
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w/ tax, fees and first month payment = 6,713.25
$1,500 Loyalty Rebate
1,250 per month x 36 mo. @ 12k per year

83,100 MRSP
Build DSs1ZBK6
NJ

It's up their with my m5 :-(

Anyone have an idea of discounts of msrp
I've got 7 X7's on order at my store. Not one was discounted. Loyalty was the only discount in the form of an incentive.
pm'd.
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Lots of demand for the X7, orders up to spring of next year. Dealerships probably giving minimal discounts to known clients so I'm not expecting any discounts if at all to everyone else.
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Lots of demand for the X7, orders up to spring of next year. Dealerships probably giving minimal discounts to known clients so I'm not expecting any discounts if at all to everyone else.
Yep. Buddy of mine was looking at one as a replacement to his current 3 row seater and was told over sticker
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new model = no discount. wait 6 months and it will be at invoice + 1k
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Established customers will get discounts. Said the same thing about the new X5. My guess is around 5% for those special customers on MSRP. I am on my 11th vehicle with all but 2 over $100k including 3 M6s and 2 B7s. PM me and I will tell you what I got. Peace

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Yep. Buddy of mine was looking at one as a replacement to his current 3 row seater and was told over sticker
Can you imagine being the idiot that pays over sticker on a BMW SUV? Haha...
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These will soon over run the Mainline here in Philly. Especially at those rates!

Iím still having a hard time with the MSRP though, especially with any options. The looks are growing on me!
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These will soon over run the Mainline here in Philly. Especially at those rates!

I’m still having a hard time with the MSRP though, especially with any options. The looks are growing on me!
MSRP is thousands below MB and RR. Very well priced.
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Can you imagine being the idiot that pays over sticker on a BMW SUV? Haha...
Sadly there will be enough idiots that will.
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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).

You can find the latest X7 pricing/ordering guides at: https://g07.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1546409

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

Please note that the incentives may differ in your local area.


January 2019 Lease Program:

X7 (2019MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$1500 loyalty credit
I'm a finance guy and this makes no sense. My wife has a 17 X5, MSRP $79k, $1,600 total due at lease signing and $744/mth, 36mths, 10k miles/yr. I don't remember the MF or Residual however I believe it was comparable. She has 11 months remaining and thinking of X7, MB GLS450 or Lincoln Navigator. These lease prices seem insane to me. I'm leasing a F90 M5 for $1400/MTH with $118k MSRP and $1600 due at lease signing (Less $1000 BMWCCA Rebate, received afterwards). EVERYONE NEEDS TO BE PATIENT until prices and residuals normalize. The only reason prices increase is due to demand, if everyone was financially responsible and refused insane prices they would eventually go lower. PATIENCE everyone. This is a want not a need.
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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).

You can find the latest X7 pricing/ordering guides at: https://g07.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1546409

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

Please note that the incentives may differ in your local area.


January 2019 Lease Program:

X7 (2019MY)
15k miles / 56% residual
12k miles / 58% residual
10k miles / 59% residual

$1500 loyalty credit
Do you know what the Money Factor is?
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I'm a finance guy and this makes no sense. My wife has a 17 X5, MSRP $79k, $1,600 total due at lease signing and $744/mth, 36mths, 10k miles/yr. I don't remember the MF or Residual however I believe it was comparable. She has 11 months remaining and thinking of X7, MB GLS450 or Lincoln Navigator. These lease prices seem insane to me. I'm leasing a F90 M5 for $1400/MTH with $118k MSRP and $1600 due at lease signing (Less $1000 BMWCCA Rebate, received afterwards). EVERYONE NEEDS TO BE PATIENT until prices and residuals normalize. The only reason prices increase is due to demand, if everyone was financially responsible and refused insane prices they would eventually go lower. PATIENCE everyone. This is a want not a need.
Respectfully, a $79k msrp vehicle for $744/mo with $1600 at signing isnít ďnormalizedĒ. You understand that even at 0% interest over 36 mos that would require a 65% residual? With a minimal money factor youíd need damn near a 70% residual to see those numbers. Thatís nonsensical for a manufacturer. If you got that before, good for you, but itís not happening again, I donít care how long you tell people to wait. Even 59% is generous today. The figures youíre talking about are just not happening.
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Okay, this has to be asked - will there be an X7M in future?

Looking at the new gen of X5/7, F90 M5, 8-series and the upcoming 3-series, BMW have upped their game on interiors - a very positive change 👍
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Not sure how many allocations are left at my dealer but I was extremely happy with my deal.

Thank you Jason for all the information!!

Canít wait to see this Beast, If anyone knows any dealers in the northern NJ or NY have one to look at, please keep us posted!

Iím glad they matched x5 residuals and loyalty credit, but I wish the interest rates were lower. Interest rates are climbing pretty much across the board.

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Do you know what the Money Factor is?
Iím pretty sure the Money Factor is .00188 which equates to 4.512%.
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Do you know what the Money Factor is?
I'm pretty sure the Money Factor is .00188 which equates to 4.512%.
When calculating money factor as an interest rate, is the 4.512% calculated on the vehicle sale price + the residual value??
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