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How Trading In Your Vehicle Helps You Save on a New BMW X5

1600 × 900Are you thinking about bringing home a new 2020 BMW X5 this year? If so, you may already have an eye on current manufacturer sales and leasing incentives, which is a great way to help save money. Our sales experts at Fields BMW Lakeland will always do what we can to make sure you're aware of the latest offers, but don't forget that trading in your current vehicle can also be a source of great savings!

How Does Trading In My Car Help Me Save Money? 

First and foremost, trading in your existing vehicle at our BMW dealership will spare you the hassle of having to sell it yourself. You won't have to post various advertisements, meet up with strangers, let unknown people drive your car, haggle over the price, or deal with all the paperwork by yourself. 

 

Instead, you can simply bring your vehicle to us, and as you're getting familiar with your soon-to-be 2020 BMW X5, our experts will evaluate your car and make you a fair offer. Your car will be evaluated on criteria such as:

 
  • Year, make, and model

  • Mileage

  • Interior and exterior condition

  • Mechanical condition 

 

Don't forget to bring any spare keys, service records, and original paperwork you may have. 

 

The offer that we make for your existing vehicle can then be seamlessly applied to the purchase of your new BMW X5. It acts as a down payment to reduce the amount you'll need to finance, which can also help qualify you for a lower interest rate and shorten your payment terms.


To learn more about trading in your current vehicle and putting your money towards a 2020 BMW X5, contact or stop by our BMW dealership in Lakeland.
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