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Discussion in 'Other Vehicle Discussions' started by totalburnout, Mar 11, 2008.

  1. totalburnout

    totalburnout Well-Known Member VIP

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    get_nick These snozzberries taste like snozzberries... VIP

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    I'm sure if they quoted him $54,000 and it was on paper with a full deposit made, they would have to honor it.
     
  3. totalburnout

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    I don't believe he was quoted a price, he may have been but originally the $54,000 was a price he was told on another forum, IIRC.
     
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    EGProject YEEEEAAHHHHH

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    So, you're telling me BMW's are overpriced? No way.
     
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    take a look at where the car is located, north hollywood! i just looked at an m3 at the local bmw dealer and it was not 100k.
     
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    I've been saying this all along, B makes a good point (when we talk) that his area doesn't move a lot of BMWs so they might not get marked up much over MSRP but down here in the DC/VA/MD area, I'm sure they'll get marked up a lot.
     
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    I understand this, but even $70k without the mark up is much more than $54k.
     
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    that one particular dealership sucks.

    i can walk out the door base for 58k, optioned how i want it for 62k, fully loaded for 65k.

    54k was never a price point on the coupe..... the sedan is a couple K cheaper than the coupe
     
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    I just was in the BMW dealer yesterday with my mom, while she was finalizing the papers for her 328i.

    The M3 in showroom was going for $55k. He said that if you get it in the states, you've got to pay the import/export, luxury, and the retail taxes, and that'll take it up to about $75k. Ahhh, the benefits of being over here with the military.


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    That $55k includes the shipping to the USA too.
     
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