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What you must know before buying the BMW i3
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  • BMW goes electric
  • Financing offers
  • Potential tax credit
  • Leases available

An i on electricity:

For 2014, BMW not only made a new model with the i3, it made a brand-changing electric vehicle. It comes in two forms: the i3, which starts at $41,350, and the i3 with Range Extender, which has a base MSRP of $45,200. The model range has proven so popular that BMW has had to increase its production rate to keep pace with demand. Unfortunately, earlier this year, U.S. deliveries of the i3 with Range Extender were delayed because of an EPA/window sticker-related hold-up.

Plug in to financing:

For both i3s, you can get 2.99 percent APR financing for 36 months; that rate goes up to 3.49 percent for 61-66 months.

Take credit for it:

You may be able to claim a $7,500 Federal EV Income Tax Credit for getting an i3.

You can lease one:

If you decide to lease a regular i3, expect to pay $499 a month for 3 years and put down $2,950. At signing, you'll have to pay $4,174. The payments go up to $549, the down payment increases to $3,460 and the fee at signing climbs to $4,734 for the i3 with Range Extender. A $4,875 Lease Credit is included in both leases.

An i on electricity:

For 2014, BMW not only made a new model with the i3, it made a brand-changing electric vehicle. It comes in two forms: the i3, which starts at $41,350, and the i3 with Range Extender, which has a base MSRP of $45,200. The model range has proven so popular that BMW has had to increase its production rate to keep pace with demand. Unfortunately, earlier this year, U.S. deliveries of the i3 with Range Extender were delayed because of an EPA/window sticker-related hold-up.

Plug in to financing:

For both i3s, you can get 2.99 percent APR financing for 36 months; that rate goes up to 3.49 percent for 61-66 months.

Take credit for it:

You may be able to claim a $7,500 Federal EV Income Tax Credit for getting an i3.

You can lease one:

If you decide to lease a regular i3, expect to pay $499 a month for 3 years and put down $2,950. At signing, you'll have to pay $4,174. The payments go up to $549, the down payment increases to $3,460 and the fee at signing climbs to $4,734 for the i3 with Range Extender. A $4,875 Lease Credit is included in both leases.

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