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      06-13-2018, 12:54 AM   #23
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here's what I would do if I were you:

1. negotiate another M4 with the dealer and get an order number
2. call up BMWFS to extend your lease based on aprox. arrival day of your new car
3. call up your shop and let them know you are going to be removing and installing the same parts on the new car
4. return the car to stock 1 month before returning the car.
5. get the new car and relive the modding phase all over again
I thought about that... but doesnt make sense to start all over. That will cost me more in the long run. I actually thought about just buying it... then sell the car "as is" privately. Then upgrade to a new or pre-owned Porsche GT3 or Turbo S.... instead of getting another M4
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It will be tough to get the buy out negotiated with the car having such low mileage.... but maybe the market changes by then. Typically the dealer can “purchase” the vehicle for MMR and resell to the customer at that number or mark it up.

Good luck.
Thats what i thought too. That the low miles will actually work against me.
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If you dont mind.... Where did you get your financing from after lease? I dont know the best way to handle it. Its my first lease... let alone a buy out.
Your local bank or a credit union may offer great rates. However, if you open a new account under your business at a new financial institution (say a credit union), it will take much longer now to get up and running since there are new due diligence requirements to validate your business. If you want to do it individually, PenFed is a great one. You dont actually need to be a .gov employee or military. Just belong to a qualifying organization. The easiest is Voices for America's Troops ($17/year).

Or keep it completely under BMWFS which is probably the easiest. Last resort could be your insurance company but the rates are mehhh
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Your local bank or a credit union may offer great rates. However, if you open a new account under your business at a new financial institution (say a credit union), it will take much longer now to get up and running since there are new due diligence requirements to validate your business. If you want to do it individually, PenFed is a great one. You dont actually need to be a .gov employee or military. Just belong to a qualifying organization. The easiest is Voices for America's Troops ($17/year).

Or keep it completely under BMWFS which is probably the easiest. Last resort could be your insurance company but the rates are mehhh
Thanks for your reply. Isn't BMWFS going to have way higher rates?
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Thanks for your reply. Isn't BMWFS going to have way higher rates?
Possibly but worth a shot to check out. PenFed or of the like may be a good route tho. BMWFS would be probably the least headache since they can process everything on their end.
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