With its precision engineering and its reputation for luxury, the BMW is synonymous with a classy ride. The fate of the two factories in both West and East Germany could not be more different. The East German factory was seized by the communist regime and it became a utilitarian brand. In the West, BMW was banned from developing cars. Their models were rebranded by other companies until it was decided that BMW should concentrate on developing luxury cars. It wasn’t until the 1960s when people could afford something stylish when the popularity of BMW began to take off. If they could have leased the car it might have become even more desirable sooner.
Which BMW Model Should You Lease?
BMW X7 Series
When BMW developed its first straight six-engine since the war it was housed in the precursor to the 7 series. This popular car is large roomy and comfortable. Today the X7 Series boasts a 4.4-litre BMW TwinPower Turbo V-8 engine, xDrive and intelligent all-wheel drive It has superior traction that can handle the road in all conditions. You may wish to consider the sporty sDrive for a more traditional experience. If you consider leasing this model you can update it at the end of your contract. It is like trying the BMW as you buy it. This model will always be imposing and considered the boss of the series. Its grille is a huge 40% bigger than the previous model so it really looks impressive. The inside has the feel of a limousine. It is truly a mammoth of a car and yet a smooth quiet ride.
BMW X5 Series
The X5 xDrive50i has a 4.4-litre BMW TwinPower Turbo V-8 engine xDrive, intelligent all-wheel drive goes from 0-60 in 4.6 seconds. That should be reason enough to check it out. You know you will be able to drive down narrow winding lanes and feel safe and secure. Inside the seats are comfortable and the tools to help you drive are clearer than before. In my opinion, this is a great car but don’t take my word for it. You should visit a BMW lease dealer for yourself and find the best lease deal you can.
BMW X3 Series
Its body is longer than previous models and many parts are updated. The 2.0-liter BMW TwinPower Turbo inline 4-cylinder xDrive, intelligent all-wheel drive is rather quiet. If you decide to test drive one you will find all the technologies of the larger BMW models yet this interior is simple and comfortable. With BMW’s reliable manufacturing you will not be disappointed.
There is nothing like driving a BMW. They are reliable, sturdy, stylish and efficient. With its history and proven success, you will want to keep updating the model you drive. In New York, you can find some great deals whether you are looking for the larger X7series with its uncompromising luxury or the mid-range X5series and its consistent high performance you will be satisfied. Even if you are looking for a nifty round town model you will enjoy the X3 series because of its style and splendor.
How many BMW models are available for lease?
We have over 20 different BMW models (and trims) available for lease. This includes all the of the sedans, SUVS, convertibles and more.
What is the cheapest BMW currently on the market?
We have 2020 BMW 330i xDrive Sedan currently, which can be leased as low as $386.00 per month
Do you have any BMW convertibles?
The new BMW M8 comes as a convertible and it a powerful finely tuned sports car.
Can I use standard oil in my BMW?
Since the engines of the BMW are high-performance, synthetic oil is required to operate as smoothly as they were designed for. The chemical compounds in synthetic oil allow for better operating under pressure and heat.
Which gas should I use in my BMW?
BMW recommends that premium fuel (93 octane) be used in all their vehicles. This higher octane allows for higher levels of combustion in the engine which means a more efficient and powerful ride.
Is it cheaper to lease or buy a BMW?
In most cases it is cheaper to lease a BMW, this is because of the following reasons:
Tax – When you lease a car you are only expected to pay sales tax on the expected depreciation value during your time of ownership. When you purchase a car you pay tax on the entire price of the vehicle.
Lower monthly payments – Because you are only paying for the depreciated value (plus taxes and fees) the payments come out to be less than financing and purchasing a new car to own.