BMW Launches End of Year Deals
They're on track to becoming the best-selling luxury brand in the US for the first time in 11 years and this sales drive is meant to keep it that way.
Now until January 3, 2012, BMW is offering everything from 0.9% financing, lease deals as low as $349/month and cash back rebates as high as $7,500.
Cash Back Rebates
It's not often you'll see cash back rebates on BMWs, especially on 2012 models. But surprisingly, they're offering $2,500 cash back on all 2012 6-Series and Z4 models.
BMW is also offering ECO credit cash rebates as high as $7,500 on their ActiveHybrid and Diesel models.
If you currently own a 2005 or newer BMW, you're also eligible for a $1,500 loyalty cash back bonus.
BMW is offering 0.9% financing for up to 24 months on ALL models (except the 1-Series M Coupe).
It ranges from 3.9% to 4.9% if you'd rather finance 36 to 60 months.
BMW is offering a plethora of attractive lease deals including bonus cash of up to $6,000 on some models.
You can lease a 2012 BMW 3-Series starting at $389/month for 36 months with $2,500 down.
For the more upscale models, you can get a 2012 7-Series that comes with $6,000 in bonus cash for $729/month for 36 months with $3,000.
If you're seriously considering purchasing a BMW this month, Click Here to see real-time pricing in your local area along with all the current incentives.
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- Gregg Fidan
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