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      02-21-2020, 11:15 AM   #23
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Yeah. I donít mind paying fair market value but geez. In six months to a year these will be leasing and selling for significantly less. That 1900 will be closer to 14-1500. Especially since the M50 is going to take some customers away from the M
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      02-21-2020, 12:07 PM   #24
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Porsches have always been terrible leases especially on upper trims.

0.00290 MF and 44% residual for a 36/12 lease on a Turbo according to folks on the Edmunds forum. If you want a Cayenne Turbo, you have to finance it.
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      02-21-2020, 12:12 PM   #25
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Iíve heard that Porsche makes you pay 100% of the cost of all options that exceed the first $10k on a lease.
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      02-21-2020, 12:14 PM   #26
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This is honestly the worst possible time to walk into a dealer and ask for a lease quote on a new X5M/X6M. There are zero incentives from BMW NA and dealers aren't going to discount anything. You are just asking to get your eyes ripped out. Give it about 6 months once they actually hit the lots.
No doubt about it. Buyers have very little leverage at the moment on an F95/F96. The BMW dealer Iím working with told me yesterday that only ~40 allocations were released for the first production run (in April)...for over 300 BMW dealerships nationwide. Thus, the vast majority of dealers didnít even get one, let alone multiple, allocations. Those dealers who did get an allocation last Friday only got one - supposedly nobody got more.

Obviously the coming months will bring more allocations as supply chains and production ramp up on the new model, but today the supply/demand dynamic will yield few discounts off MSRP.

Unfortunately, I have no patience so I will miss the better deals in 6 months.
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I’ve heard that Porsche makes you pay 100% of the cost of all options that exceed the first $10k on a lease.
Porsche has a Maximum Residualized MSRP (MRM) figure for all its models and if your car's price is over the MRM, the overage has a 0% residual.

I can understand why they are doing it given how extensive the options list is, since you can double the base price of some cars if you go wild on the configurator. Porsche Financial doesn't want to be saddled with options that are worthless to the next buyer when the car is returned.
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      02-21-2020, 01:16 PM   #28
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Porsche sport cars are nice, but the Cayenne is not that special, and I like the X6M inside and outside better regardless of the price.
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      02-22-2020, 02:10 PM   #29
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Got them to increase discount to a little over $5000. Dealer will receive their first allocations during the 1st week of March. Delivery anticipated for end of May.
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Glad that my F95 replacement for my current 2018 F85 won't be until earlier 2021. As previously mentioned after the 1st wave of early movers, lease prices will drop. I'm locked in at 1k under invoice exclusive of incentives for the F95 when I order later this year at buy rate MF, but it helps ordering 2 M's at once every 3 years as my F83 replacement comes first.
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Invoice on this car is about 6.5% less than retail. I'm curious how you were able to get it for 1k below invoice. For the regular X6 models, they're talking about discounts in the 10 - 12% range, before the incentives. Does anyone have an insights on how dealers are letting them go for less than invoice?
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Has anyone else gotten some numbers for a x5mc?
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