3/4 Front Glamour 2014 BMW i3

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What you must know before buying the BMW i3
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  • Finance an i3 at a rate of 2.99% APR for 36 months
  • $7,500 Federal EV Income Tax Credit available
  • Up to $2,000 in Holiday Credit cash
  • Lease offer improves to $333 per month

Same price to buy as last month:

Whether you finance the 2014 BMW i3 or i3 with Range Extender, you can still take advantage of 2.99-percent APR for 36 months, as well as up to $7,500 in a Federal EV Income Tax Credit. There's also the offer of 3.49-percent APR for 61-66 months.

BMW's Holiday Credit promotion nets you a $2,000 credit on the standard i3, $1,000 on the Range Extender model, no change from November.

Leases improve:

BMW is now offering 36-month i3 leases for $339 a month and $4,008 due at signing, marked improvements over November. The payments go up to $399 for the i3 with RE, with $4,624 due at signing. Both deals include a $5,500 lease credit along whichever Holiday Credit the model qualifies for.

All juiced up:

In July, BMW launched its i DC Fast Chargers, which can charge the i3's battery up to 80 percent in 30 minutes. Through 2015, if you live in California, you can use a ChargeNow card to give the car an unlimited number of free 30-minute fast charges at dozens of DC Fast Chargers that will be installed at eVgo Freedom Stations around the state.

Availability varies:

Not all BMW dealers are authorized i3 dealers, and not all authorized i3 dealers carry a significant inventory. BMW retailers in EV-centric are the most likely to have some in stock, but even then it's probable you'll have to special order the exact car you want. Range Extender-equipped models are selling more quickly.

Same price to buy as last month:

Whether you finance the 2014 BMW i3 or i3 with Range Extender, you can still take advantage of 2.99-percent APR for 36 months, as well as up to $7,500 in a Federal EV Income Tax Credit. There's also the offer of 3.49-percent APR for 61-66 months.

BMW's Holiday Credit promotion nets you a $2,000 credit on the standard i3, $1,000 on the Range Extender model, no change from November.

Leases improve:

BMW is now offering 36-month i3 leases for $339 a month and $4,008 due at signing, marked improvements over November. The payments go up to $399 for the i3 with RE, with $4,624 due at signing. Both deals include a $5,500 lease credit along whichever Holiday Credit the model qualifies for.

All juiced up:

In July, BMW launched its i DC Fast Chargers, which can charge the i3's battery up to 80 percent in 30 minutes. Through 2015, if you live in California, you can use a ChargeNow card to give the car an unlimited number of free 30-minute fast charges at dozens of DC Fast Chargers that will be installed at eVgo Freedom Stations around the state.

Availability varies:

Not all BMW dealers are authorized i3 dealers, and not all authorized i3 dealers carry a significant inventory. BMW retailers in EV-centric are the most likely to have some in stock, but even then it's probable you'll have to special order the exact car you want. Range Extender-equipped models are selling more quickly.

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Incentives & Rebates

Incentives available to everyone:

Special Incentives:

We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, BMW is not offering incentives on the Base 4dr Rear-wheel Drive Hatchback at this time. See a complete list of i3 incentives and rebates by Style below.
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