* Leases plus tax, tag, $144 doc fee & $14.15 electronic filing fee. With approved credit through BMWFS. Must qualify. Leases allowed 10,000 miles per year, 25¢ per mile over.

  • How much is to lease a BMW 3 Series? It depends on the model. Are we talking about the 330e iPerformance, 320i Sedan, or the 330i xDrive Sports Wagon? Our BMW 3 Series lease offers change monthly. In order to see the current lease offers on all BMW 3 Series models visit our lease page.
  • Can I lease a BMW 3 Series with $0 down? Yes, it's possible to lease a BMW 3 Series model with $0. Don't confuse that with $0 due at signing. With $0 down you just don't put any down payment but you have to pay tax, license and registration fees, as well as an acquisition fee. All 3 Series lease offers require down payment but if you are looking into leasing a Beemer with $0 down call our lease specialists at (570) 338-6955.
  • In addition to the down payment are there any other fees that are due at signing? Yes, in addition to the down payment when leasing a BMW 3 Series lessee also pays first month's payment, acquisition fee, tax, license and registration fees as well as a few other fees. For a full breakdown of the fees on the 3 Series model you are interested in leasing, call the dealership at (570) 338-6955 to speak with one of our lease specialists.
  • Is it better to lease or buy a BMW 3 Series? It all comes down to whether or not you are a high-mileage driver. If you drive more than 10,000 miles a year, financing a vehicle makes more sense. However, if you decide to sell it, you'll have to deal with potential buyers - fielding calls and scheduling showings. For people that don't drive that many miles, leasing makes perfect sense because they get a new lease every couple years and have the peace of mind that comes from the fact that the vehicle is covered by manufacturer's original warranty.
  • Is maintenance included in the monthly lease payments of BMW 3 Series vehicles? All new BMW 3 series vehicles are covered by the manufacturers' original warranty which includes maintenance, one less thing to deal with. That's one of the main reasons people choose to lease and not buy - no costly repairs.
  • What's the mileage limit? The mileage limit for leased BMW 3 Series vehicles is 30,000 miles for 36 months. With that being said, if you think you'll be driving more than that talk with us about high-mileage leases. Monthly payments will be higher but for some people, they are worth it.  
  • Can additional miles be pre-purchased? Yes, and it's a good idea to be purchased at the beginning of the lease. If you go over the mileage limit you will have to pay a premium for the same mileage ($0.25 per mile as of writing this).
  • Is Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP) insurance included in the BMW 3 Series lease? No, GAP insurance is not included in the lease of BMW 3 Series vehicles. It can be purchased separately from the dealer or a leasing company. To find a good deal get quotes from multiple insurance companies.
  • Is it possible to buy the BMW 3 Series that I will be leasing at the end of the lease period? Yes, the sale price will be in the lease agreement so you'll know well in advance what it would be. To learn more about that check out our 5 Reasons to Buy Your Leased Car article.
  • Is it possible to get out of my lease early? Yes, you can do that. There are penalties and fees associated with the early lease cancellation, though. It's possible to minimize them or completely avoid paying them, based on what you want to do next. To learn more about lease cancellation and how to deal with it check out our Early Lease Termination - What You Need to Know article.
  • Is it possible to extend a lease that's about to expire? Yes, you can extend the lease on your BMW 3 Series. Technically speaking, BMW calls it re-lease but the idea is the same, you get to drive the car for an additional 12-24 months. That helps when you haven't decided on your next car or need time to find a good deal.
  • I want to get out of my lease early. Can I transfer it to someone else? Generally speaking, yes, you can do that, unless there are less than six payments remaining. There's a fee of $500 associated with the transfer. There are lease swap sites that help you deal with that. They will list the vehicle and handle the paperwork for you for a fee.
  • I can't afford to lease a new BMW 3 Series car. Is it possible to lease a pre-owned one? Yes, it's possible to lease a pre-owned BMW 3 Series car from BMW of Wyoming Valley. You have two types of BMWs to choose form pre-owned and certified pre-owned. To learn more their differences and to discover which one is better for you, check out our article on pros and cons of leasing a pre-owned BMW.
  • My credit is less than stellar. Does that mean I have no chance to lease a BMW? Usually the best lease deals are for those with excellent credit scores. It will be harder to lease a BMW Series 3 with a less than desirable credit score but it's not impossible. Here's what you should do - call our lease specialists at (570) 338-6955 and check out this article.
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