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      03-15-2019, 01:27 PM   #441
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Thank you.
The dealer is charging 0.00162, so seems like we have room to negotiate there...
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got one this past weekend
SMB 110,500 sticker, has ccb
12 k/ 36 months
914 a month plus tax
only first payment upfront
Congrats! This looks like a really good deal. A higher MSRP than we usually see and a 12k mile lease. Good for you.
Yeah that's a good deal. I have a 12k/36 as well. $107k for the Lime Rock Grey. Zero drive off, sign and drive, no first month payment, upgraded Maintenance Program and my payment is $1049 before taxes. The deals are going to get sweeter and sweeter and I'm going to have to grind my teeth with envy!
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      03-15-2019, 07:47 PM   #443
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I think you did good , my understanding is this will be the last month for lease support from factory , and dealers know that these cars can't sell well with financing, so I think it is time to move on one if the car appeals to you
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One would think but my local seems to be content their two M3CSs collecting dust. Funny because their sister dealer in Atlantic City seemed to have moved all of theirs.

I tried to get into a CS but just can't bring myself to do it. Deals weren't as good, no 6MT and trying to not treat my cars as completely disposable. However if my local were to throw one of those 7xx base deals my way I would consider it.
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I think you did good , my understanding is this will be the last month for lease support from factory , and dealers know that these cars can't sell well with financing, so I think it is time to move on one if the car appeals to you
March 30th everyone storm the dealer 1 hr right before closing.
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for those of you still on sidelines : 1 week review of CS
comparing to
f80 base 2015 and 2018 F80 comp
the car seems overall better dampened and more collected overall , actually the ride is softer in a good way
more mid range power
delivery of power is smoother and more linear
more nimble , feels a little lighter
lack of arm rest should be no issue
climate control is fine .. no automatic dual zone
full leather is a nice touch
M school voucher is also a 1700 dollar gift that you will enjoy.. already done this once and it is worth every penny
I think BMW did a very good job on the F80 evolution .. I certainly don't think the car should be 20 k more than comp , but market has spoken and with these discounts , it is no brainer
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Glad I stumbled on this thread! I have an awesome deal in front of me right now on a M3 CS but in the back of my mind, I keep thinking "Is it really smart to buy this car at this point in its lifespan when the new M3 will be out in a year?" Then another part of me chimes in and says, "you are getting a 100k+ car for WAY below market.."

Did any of you have a similar dilemma / can share your thoughts?
The arrival of the G8x did not alter my decision at all. As I said before, you don't know what you're waiting for in the G8x. With that said, why wait around for it? If it comes out and it's taking the automotive scene by storm, then I will make provisions to get out of my current lease or wait it out since it's only 3 years. I would be willing to bet the F series CS will likely fair well against the G series (non CS, GTS) from a performance standpoint. If you like the CS and can get a great deal on it, buy it. Worry about the G8x when or if it's worth worrying about.
Agreed. If this was just a base M3, then I could totally see your concern (although I'd still probably go for it). That said, the CS is a very special model that will stand on its own regardless of what comes after it.
Well said... with the current deals, the CS may be the least risky purchase on the market right now. Just ask yourself, would you rather have a CS or an M340 at close to the same price?
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I'm in the market for a M3 CS... if you have any good deals please let me know!

Local dealership is offering 1100 with a 3000 downpayment. Seems much worse than what others are getting

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Chapman BMW (Phoenix, AZ) has a SMB M3 CS with CCBs. They told my friend he could get over $19k off if he wanted it.
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I'm in the market for a M3 CS... if you have any good deals please let me know!

Local dealership is offering 1100 with a 3000 downpayment. Seems much worse than what others are getting
My payment is less with zero down, zero drive off, no first month payment, upgraded bmw maintenance and 12k miles with NO MSDs. MSRP $107k. Those dealers can do better and I've already seen better deals more recently on here.
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Glad I stumbled on this thread! I have an awesome deal in front of me right now on a M3 CS but in the back of my mind, I keep thinking "Is it really smart to buy this car at this point in its lifespan when the new M3 will be out in a year?" Then another part of me chimes in and says, "you are getting a 100k+ car for WAY below market.."

Did any of you have a similar dilemma / can share your thoughts?
Nope, you’re not getting it “way below market”, you are getting AT market value .

The 100k+ MSRP is not representative of what it is worth “on the market”.
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New to the forum and BMW, was potentially looking at getting into a 2019 M4CS this weekend and doing my research before I commit, but received this offer:

MSRP - $104,645.00

Sale Price - $94,065 less an APR credit of $2,250, so $91,815 + tax/tags

Looks like from what I am seeing this is still about 10k too high? I have not committed to buying or leasing.

Aside preference for 4 door vs 2 door is the performance of a M3CS greater or that much different than a M4CS.....what am I missing?
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New to the forum and BMW, was potentially looking at getting into a 2019 M4CS this weekend and doing my research before I commit, but received this offer:

MSRP - $104,645.00

Sale Price - $94,065 less an APR credit of $2,250, so $91,815 + tax/tags

Looks like from what I am seeing this is still about 10k too high? I have not committed to buying or leasing.

Aside preference for 4 door vs 2 door is the performance of a M3CS greater or that much different than a M4CS.....what am I missing?
There is no discernible performance difference between the M3 CS and M4 CS. From a performance perspective, it's the same car. You believe the dealer is "$10k" too high because you're comparing apples to oranges. The difference is the monies BMWUSA is putting up to stimulate sales of the M3 CS. As a result, you will likely not be able to negotiate to 20% off MSRP on a M4 CS.
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There is no discernible performance difference between the M3 CS and M4 CS. From a performance perspective, it's the same car. You believe the dealer is "$10k" too high because you're comparing apples to oranges. The difference is the monies BMWUSA is putting up to stimulate sales of the M3 CS. As a result, you will likely not be able to negotiate to 20% off MSRP on a M4 CS.
I meant they came down 13k off MSRP on the 19 M4CS, but based on feedback on this thread people are suggesting this should be closer to 20k+ off MSRP, am I correct? I know it takes discount, rebates, etc but at the end of the day I am only interested in the total target discount.
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There is no discernible performance difference between the M3 CS and M4 CS. From a performance perspective, it's the same car. You believe the dealer is "$10k" too high because you're comparing apples to oranges. The difference is the monies BMWUSA is putting up to stimulate sales of the M3 CS. As a result, you will likely not be able to negotiate to 20% off MSRP on a M4 CS.
I meant they came down 13k off MSRP on the 19 M4CS, but based on feedback on this thread people are suggesting this should be closer to 20k+ off MSRP, am I correct? I know it takes discount, rebates, etc but at the end of the day I am only interested in the total target discount.
I got a little over 20k off of my 2018 M3CS, which I also bought in the Philly area. That said, it could be that the combination of it being an M4CS and a 2019 are hurting you a little. Maybe see if they can at least meet you at around 15k off?
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New to the forum and BMW, was potentially looking at getting into a 2019 M4CS this weekend and doing my research before I commit, but received this offer:

MSRP - $104,645.00

Sale Price - $94,065 less an APR credit of $2,250, so $91,815 + tax/tags

Looks like from what I am seeing this is still about 10k too high? I have not committed to buying or leasing.

Aside preference for 4 door vs 2 door is the performance of a M3CS greater or that much different than a M4CS.....what am I missing?
The M4cs has a bit more weight savings and a stiffer suspension than the M3cs but it has a bit less creature comfort. The M4cs is a smidge more oriented towards the track while the M3cs is a smidge more geared towards comfort.

In terms of discounts, it is more difficult to compare since the M3cs is 2018MY and is out of production while the M4cs is a 2019MY and will carry on into 2020MY. Dealers are more enticed to shed “older MY” inventory.
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just chatting with my local dealer this past weekend and he mentioned that there is 9 k on M4CS vs 5 K for m3 CS
I did not ask about the model year , but if this is true for model 2019 , you can get the 10 k additional discount you are talking about
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