BMW Offering The Best Luxury Lease Deals
May 10, 2012
So far this year, Mercedes has been beating BMW in the sales race. Not one to sit idle on the sidelines, BMW has upped the ante by offering exceptional lease deals this month.
These are some of the best lease deals I've seen all year, and they're being offered on nearly every model.
Some come with an option allowance, which is basically a cash rebate that can be used to lower the purchase price of the vehilce (called the capitalized cost in a lease).
The lease deals all come with four years of free maintenance, a 36 month term, and a $725 lease acquisition fee. The deals expire May 31, 2012
|2012 BMW 128i Coupe||$369/month||$2,500 ||$500 |
|2012 BMW 135i Coupe||$439/month||$2,500 ||$500 |
|2012 BMW 328i Sedan||$399/month||$2,750 || |
|2012 BMW 328i Coupe||$419/month||$2,500 ||$1,000 |
|2012 BMW 328i Convertible||$469/month||$3,200 ||$1,000 |
|2012 BMW 328i xDrive Sedan||$429/month||$2,500 ||$1,000 |
|2012 BMW 335i Sedan||$459/month||$3,000 || |
|2012 BMW 335i xDrive Coupe||$489/month||$3,000 ||$1,000 |
|2012 BMW 528i Sedan||$549/month||$1,900 ||$1,500 |
|2012 BMW 535i Gran Turismo||$669/month||$2,250 || |
|2012 BMW 550i Sedan||$769/month||$3,000 || |
|2013 BMW 640i Gran Coupe||$829/month||$5,000 || |
|2012 BMW 650i Convertible|| $999/month||$5,500 ||$2,500 |
|2013 BMW X3 xDrive28i||$489/month||$2,750 || |
|2013 BMW X5 xDrive50i||$749/month||$3,000 || |
|2013 BMW X6 xDrive35i||$719/month||$3,000 || |
|2012 BMW Z4 sDrive28i||$459/month||$2,500 ||$2,500 |
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