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      01-09-2020, 06:33 AM   #1
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Curious to see what everyone else is getting out there on their i3 deals.
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I haven't seen any 2020's in inventory yet but they must be out there by now. I picked up this 2019 back in Oct.

2019 i3S REx
MSRP: $60,049
Adjusted Cap Cost: $43,739.99
Residual: $34,826.10

Terms: 36/mo with 10k/yr
Base: $320.68/mo
Payment: $353.55
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I haven't seen any 2020's in inventory yet but they must be out there by now. I picked up this 2019 back in Oct.

2019 i3S REx
MSRP: $60,049
Adjusted Cap Cost: $43,739.99
Residual: $34,826.10

Terms: 36/mo with 10k/yr
Base: $320.68/mo
Payment: $353.55
Off the lot or ordered? Cap cost reduction of $10k?
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      01-09-2020, 03:00 PM   #4
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Off the lot or ordered? Cap cost reduction of $10k?
There were a lot of BMW incentives in Oct. Might not be possible to get the exact deal right now. This deal also used 7 MSD which helped. Here's my timeline and post on it: https://bmwi.bimmerpost.com/forums/s....php?t=1645137
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Got my '19 i3 BEV in October

$53k MSRP
12.5% discount
$10k incentives
60% residual
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0.00110 MF
$3500 in post sale rebates fronted as cap cost reduction

$195/mo including tax.
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I am currently in the process of getting lease quotes for a 2020 i3s BEV. All 4 of the client advisors I have spoken to have said the $7,500 federal EV credit is "not available" on the 2020 models. It is however, available on the 2019's.

Does anyone have insight into why BMW is not offering the $7,500 rebate on the 2020? Without this credit the lease payment on a 2020 i3s BEV with an MSRP of $56,000 is about $750 ($3,000 in incentives, 64% residual, base MF, invoice, 24 month, zero drive off, 10,000 miles). IMHO $750 a month is CRAZY, especially when I was able to lease one for $300 - $400 a few years ago.
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I am currently in the process of getting lease quotes for a 2020 i3s BEV. All 4 of the client advisors I have spoken to have said the $7,500 federal EV credit is "not available" on the 2020 models. It is however, available on the 2019's.

Does anyone have insight into why BMW is not offering the $7,500 rebate on the 2020? Without this credit the lease payment on a 2020 i3s BEV with an MSRP of $56,000 is about $750 ($3,000 in incentives, 64% residual, base MF, invoice, 24 month, zero drive off, 10,000 miles). IMHO $750 a month is CRAZY, especially when I was able to lease one for $300 - $400 a few years ago.
Interesting. I'm seeing the 2019's still have the $7500 credit as well. Maybe they are trying to push the remaining 2019's out the door before throwing lease support to the 2020's?
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I am currently in the process of getting lease quotes for a 2020 i3s BEV. All 4 of the client advisors I have spoken to have said the $7,500 federal EV credit is "not available" on the 2020 models. It is however, available on the 2019's.

Does anyone have insight into why BMW is not offering the $7,500 rebate on the 2020? Without this credit the lease payment on a 2020 i3s BEV with an MSRP of $56,000 is about $750 ($3,000 in incentives, 64% residual, base MF, invoice, 24 month, zero drive off, 10,000 miles). IMHO $750 a month is CRAZY, especially when I was able to lease one for $300 - $400 a few years ago.
Interesting. I'm seeing the 2019's still have the $7500 credit as well. Maybe they are trying to push the remaining 2019's out the door before throwing lease support to the 2020's?
I hope so. Without the $7,500, a lease payment is really unattractive on a 2020.
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Interesting. I'm seeing the 2019's still have the $7500 credit as well. Maybe they are trying to push the remaining 2019's out the door before throwing lease support to the 2020's?
Its got to be this. BMW is nowhere near 200,000 EV vehicles sold. You could still claim the $7500 on your federal taxes though, right? The only other thing I could think of would be if the 2020 i3 isn't certified for the rebate yet. There's been so little info about the 2020's it almost seems like they weren't planning on making them and last-minute decided they would.
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https://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/taxevb.shtml

Shows 2020 i3 BEV is eligible for the tax credit but not the REx yet. 2020 530e is eligible. No reason the REx won't be.
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https://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/taxevb.shtml

Shows 2020 i3 BEV is eligible for the tax credit but not the REx yet. 2020 530e is eligible. No reason the REx won't be.
This confirms the 2020 i3s BEV is eligible for the rebate from a Federal POV. Guess we will have to wait until February's program to see if BMW financial will pass it along.
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