price of a nearly new 2014 X1


Asked by Jan 01, 2014 at 07:20 PM about the BMW X1

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

There is a fully loaded nearly "new" 2014 X1 xdrive28i at a dealership near me with 850
miles so 3 yrs 9 mos left on original factory warranty.  It's MRSP was $44,100 in Sep
2013 (model was 32500), 4 months ago, and it was traded in yesterday for a larger car.  
I have a chance to buy it but don't want to pay more that $35000 and the dealer wants
to charger $36500.  Am I being unreasonable?  the options for this car include
xLinev(1900), fineline bay matte wood trim (500), cold weather pkgv(700), ultimate pkg
(6150), harmon karmon sound (875).  Ext paint is midnight blue, which is nice.

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Since it's a 2014, and only 850 miles it will be hard to negotiate. I don't think your being unreasonable, it's convincing the dealership they are. Unless you agree to the price, your going to have to settle on some other vehicle. Another idea would be you pay the $36500 but have them tack on a couple more years worth of warranty.

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