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Looking to Lease an F30? Money Factor .00195 - Residual 62%

Lease details for 2012 F30 328 and 335

If you're looking to lease your new F30 these numbers should make you happy. The residual value is very high giving you a significantly lower lease payment. We ran the lease numbers on our project 328i and with the higher then expected residual value the monthly payment would be $60 less! BMWUSA.com has the F30 configurator live so build your own F30 and then use an online lease calculator to get a good sense of what an F30 lease will cost you on a monthly basis.

What BMW says about the lease numbers -
These launch residuals are higher than the initial ones on the E90 when it debuted during the spring of 2005. This is a testament to the strength of the 2012 3 Series sedan and exhibits an underlying confidence in both its substance and value proposition.
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