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below is a quote i got from my dealer. what do you guys think? they want me to pay for the mats....

Model: 04 330Ci Exterior: Titanium Silver
Interior: Black Leather

MSRP Invoice
Base Price: $36,300 $33,195
Destination Charge: $695 $695

Options:

Metallic Paint $475 $430
Auto Transmission $1,275 $1,210
Xenon $800 $730
Sport Package $600 $545
Premium Package $2,900 $2,640
Mats $125 $97.50

Sub Total $43,170 $39,543

BMW Training Charge inc in MSRP $160
MACO inc in MSRP $363

Total $43,170 $40,065.50

Profit over Invoice: $500

Your Price: $40,565.50
 

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you forgot the $13000.00 option...adds about 110 more hp and some nice ///M emblems ;)
 

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"BMW Training Charge inc in MSRP $160
MACO inc in MSRP $363"

What is the above???

Which dealer ship did you go to, San Jo??
 

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MACO is the Bay area advertising fee that we need to pay here in the bay area.

Training fee is a fee that we pay for their salesperson to get trained. (B***t fee)

if you buy the car at MSRP the fees are included with it however if you bargain at INvoice price they said you have to pay for it.

so if you will calculate the price, you are getting a couple of K off of MSRP.
 

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nubmw said:
below is a quote i got from my dealer. what do you guys think? they want me to pay for the mats....
Your Price: $40,565.50
For another $5 K, you can get a base M3 coupe. I would much rather get that than a well-optioned 330Ci.
 

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wtf? is it really $500 over invoice? if true, jump all over it.

and in case some people ask, maco fees are legit in some markets.
 
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