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I have just became a parent to twins and I am considering replacing my cherished 2 series with a more functional and family-friendly X3. I will make a purchase using a mix of part exchange and full cash payment, excluding PCP/HP.

If any of you have lately purchased pre-owned items that have been authorised, please share your experience. Was there a significant degree of flexibility in terms of price negotiation? Do you have any recommendations for obtaining the most advantageous agreement?

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Obtaining a satisfactory agreement by paying in cash is improbable. Dealers want to get a refund from the financial sector. Engage in negotiations with a mindset akin to finance and thereafter convert to cash when you get the most advantageous agreement. Certain dealers may provide guidance on the appropriate destination, while others may sacrifice their efforts in order to get a sale.

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I just purchased a certified pre-owned 1 series vehicle and successfully negotiated a two-year warranty. I used the lowest HP rating to get an extra £700 from BMW. Subsequently, I settled the remaining balance after the first payment. If you believe that you would use their financial resources, you are more likely to get a little higher amount. Legally, you are only required to make a single payment, and there are no consequences for paying it off ahead of schedule.
Applause.

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If the appropriate vehicle becomes available, you may arrange for the dealer to transport it to your nearby location and complete the purchase or exchange at that location. Upon purchasing my AUC, I located it on the BMW AUC website. The next day, I brought the tablet to a nearby dealership and indicated my desire for it, inquiring about the expected delivery time. The cost of having it delivered to me is £50.

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By acquiring my G30 from a Spoticar dealership, I was able to save a significant amount of money compared to buying a used BMW.

The vehicle had a low mileage and was owned by someone with a complete service history. Therefore, I cannot see the benefits of spending a few thousand dollars more for a BMW.

The product was accompanied by a standard 12-month warranty.

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The process of agreeing and acquiring the automobile lasted around one week. It was evident that individuals were more receptive to engaging in a transaction when they believed it was either HP or PCP. I was able to get the two-year warranty and the BMW deposit payment via this process. In addition, I saw that the price of BMW products was quite competitive when compared to non-franchised dealers.

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