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Lease Take over 2011 BMW m3 coupe Black

Tried posting pictures of the car, but it wont upload. you can see the pics of the car at http://s1243.photobucket.com/albums/gg549/bkchang79/. Looking for someone to take over the lease of my 2011 BMW m3 Coupe in jet black. Non-smoker, Garage-kept & Dealer-maintained so in Excellent Condition! Comes with Deal Maintenance Included, 18" Alloy Wheels, Premium Package, Technology Package, DCT, Enhanced Premium Sound, 35% 3m tint, iPod and USB.

monthly payment: $897

Current Miles 13,000
Remaining Miles 32,000
Miles Per Month 1,455
Leasing Company BMW Financial Services
Months Remaining 22
Est. Lease End Date 4/9/2014
Opt. Lease End Buyout $41,904.75

CURRENT BUYOUT= $58,712.92

Please visit http://www.swapalease.com/lease/deta...x?salid=742966 for transfer


 

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sick car but damn...dont even wanna comment on that payment..
 
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1k a month.. wow.. good luck... that is a badass car though.. and im sure its worth 63k with only 13k miles and being 2011
 
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Lmfao who leases a car for that much!! Good luck!!
 
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1k every month to drive a car that have to turn back in unless you want to pay another 42,000 for the buyout option.

you can buy these things for 60k with under 10k miles but based off the lease left and they buyout option you still have over 63,xxx dollars left to pay, and thats not including however many months of lease you have already paid.

its a nice car but you got ripped on a lease
 
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Amount left to pay on lease: 22 months x $966 = $21,273.12
Amount already paid on lease: 14 months x 966 = $13,524

Total amount paid over 3 yr lease = $34,797.12
Purchase price if decide to buy out lease at end = $41,904

Total money paid by 2nd lessee to lease and buy vehicle = $21,273.12 + 41,904 = 63,177
Total money paid by ORIGINAL lessee to lease and buy vehicle = $34,797.12 + 41,904 = $76,701

So many other nicer better optioned with lower mileage M3 for sale for cheaper and after negotiating will be much lower than your setup. Why should I pick your vehicle in which you did a horrible job negotiating the lease. First Lease is Fail but second it is uber fail when you over pay. Enjoy depreciation but alas you get a flashy m3 for 3 yrs and about $35k removed from your bank account. Oh but your ego I bet is uber large to make up for the $35k loss. Don't forget the mad hunnies you will get with the BMW....oh wait a BMW is like a Camry now days where I live and I am sure where you live too .


http://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-s...22655690&Log=0

http://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-s...18954965&Log=0


http://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-s...17920984&Log=0

http://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-s...23982393&Log=0
 

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Hahahahaha ^ agree with that. Lease is a waste of money
 
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This is why BMW is getting so rich. Who would take out a lease like this?
 
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with the amount you wouldve paid to finish off this lease, you couldve bought yourself a nice e46 m3 AND a g35 coupe as a beater. LOL ripped.
 
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he didnt get ripped, thats just how much it is to lease a brand new M3

SMH at the replies
 
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Originally Posted by faiz23 View Post
Amount left to pay on lease: 22 months x $966 = $21,273.12
Amount already paid on lease: 14 months x 966 = $13,524

Total amount paid over 3 yr lease = $34,797.12
Purchase price if decide to buy out lease at end = $41,904

Total money paid by 2nd lessee to lease and buy vehicle = $21,273.12 + 41,904 = 63,177
Total money paid by ORIGINAL lessee to lease and buy vehicle = $34,797.12 + 41,904 = $76,701

So many other nicer better optioned with lower mileage M3 for sale for cheaper and after negotiating will be much lower than your setup. Why should I pick your vehicle in which you did a horrible job negotiating the lease. First Lease is Fail but second it is uber fail when you over pay. Enjoy depreciation but alas you get a flashy m3 for 3 yrs and about $35k removed from your bank account. Oh but your ego I bet is uber large to make up for the $35k loss. Don't forget the mad hunnies you will get with the BMW....oh wait a BMW is like a Camry now days where I live and I am sure where you live too .


http://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-s...22655690&Log=0

http://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-s...18954965&Log=0


http://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-s...17920984&Log=0

http://www.autotrader.com/cars-for-s...23982393&Log=0
I choose to lease because I could write it off with the company, $967 CA taxes included a month with no money down is standard on this car. Buyout on this car is $58,712.92 which is close to the Cars that you linked

The car optioned out at $71,000 not including tax which is also close to $76,000. Have a nice day
 

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