BMW’s smallest crossover:
Buyers continue to flock to the BMW X1, which is the brand's smallest utility vehicle. The last of the 2019s sold out in December, thus dealer stock is comprised entirely of the 2020s.
The specials from BMW vary by region and are set to expire on February 2, 2020. We’re not expecting additional changes before then. For our examples, these deals cover the western states.
A college graduate offer:
If you are a recent college graduate, there is an incentive available for you. You may combine BMW’s $1,000 college grad rebate with all other offers, lowering your upfront costs accordingly. Check with your BMW dealer to confirm eligibility.
This month’s financing offer:
BMW offers 3.45-percent APR financing for 60 months. The 2020 X1 features a $2,000 APR Credit you'll combine with this rate.
One lease offer available:
Once again this month, BMW's lease offer includes a $750 conquest/loyalty discount, which is reflected in the cost. If you aren't eligible, expect to make up the difference in your amount due at signing.
The promoted lease offer covers the 2020 BMW X1 sDrive28i. This one comes in at $349 per month for 36 months with $3,999 due at signing. Here, your effective monthly cost is $460.
BMW’s lease deals include 10,000 miles per year of driving allowance. At lease end, you’ll pay a $350 disposition fee.