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Should i get the 2012 BMW 3 Series Coupe 335i or the 2012 Audi a5 coupe?
I am 17 and I can’t decide on one of them for my first car.
sorry i meant the BMW 320i coupe
None Mercedes eclass coupe
Better looks my opinion
Whats the MPG on the 2012 BMW 3 series?
What are your thoughts on the new 3 series?
I’m sure it’ll be great to drive (3‘ers always are), but what do you think about the looks?
I don’t like the exposed side of the grille. And the hood cut line? That just shouts of cost cutting.
I just want to see what others think.
The DNA of the F10 models is very evident. In that respect, it makes sense. Looks ok, but nothing can beat the designs of Paul Bracq.
Are there any fees/penalties for cancelling a lease on a 2011 BMW 3-series and buying/leasing a 2012?
Are there any fees/penalties for cancelling a lease on a 2011 BMW 328xi and buying/leasing, most likely leasing, the new 2012 328xi or 335xi. It would be from the same salesman from the same dealership. It was a 3-year lease at 15,000 miles a year, i’ll be 1 year into the lease in July, and will probably lease for 3-years 15,000 miles a year again. This would be our third car leasing with them if it makes a difference
I already have a Mitsubishi and a Chrysler so I don’t want both, and the new 3-series is nice so I want to get it, and don’t want to get rid of the other cars.
Will there be any early cancellation fees or anything?
You owe the entire sum of the remaining payments less a small amount of interest that will be reversed.
In other words, you might as well keep the car, you are going to pay for it either way.
There is no cancelling a lease.
You are free to buy it but that price would pretty much be the predetermined price plus the remaining payments. You could then sell the car but you would probably be upside down many thousands.
now that the redesigned 2013 bmw 3 series is coming out(Feb.), will the unsold 2012 models be cheaper?
im sure itll be cheaper, but about how much cheaper will it be?
i have a 33k budget give or take a couple g’s. and im hoping the older models will fall into that price line.
Make your way to a local dealer and try working out a deal with them. Chances are that this is the best time to get the best deal because dealerships need to sell the cars they have to make way for the new ones. Just be prepared to settle for whatever the dealership has in stock. I think 33-36k should be enough. Best of luck!
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