BMW's Spring Financing Offers

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BMW is offering financing credits of up to $2,500 on certain 3 Series models and the Z4 roadster, as well as $1,500 on other models. Called the Spring Drive Credit, the cash is applied to reduce the total amount financed.

On the 3 Series, the $2,500 can be applied on sedan, coupe, convertible and wagon versions of the 328 and 335. The sDrive30i Z4 and sDrive35i also get the $2,500 credit. The 1 Series also sees an offer, amounting to $1,500 on the 128i and 135i coupe and convertible.

Also available are numerous interest rate specials as low as 0.9%.  

These current offers are good until April 30.

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