BMW is continuing to offer its no down payment lease deals in January, as well as low auto loan rate financing on 2011 vehicles and certified pre-owned models.
BMW has bumped up its auto loan rate incentive this month from 0.9 percent to 1.9 percent on most 2011 vehicles. The 0.9 percent rate is good on a few remaining 2010 vehicles. If you’d rather have a longer auto loan than 36 months, BMW is offering higher rates for 37 to 72 months on select models. The interest rate increases with the length of the car loan.
The 2011 BMW 328i sedan can be leased for $479 a month with no down payment and $1,204 at signing in January.
BMW is also continuing its 36-month lease deals with no down payment in January. The $0 down payment lease deal is available on the majority of 2011 models. Only the first month’s lease payment and an acquisition fee are due at signing, which means you’ll need at least about $1,200 at lease signing.
Certified pre-owned BMWs have three different incentive options in January. You can choose from a payment credit up to $1,500 ($500 a month for three months with the first payment due in May). The second option is 0.9 percent auto loan financing on select 2007 and 2008 CPO models. The third choice is BMW’s worry-free, no-cost maintenance for up to six years or 100,000 miles.
Incentives listed are for the southeast region. They may differ depending on where you live. Check BMW’s site to find the incentives in your area.