Looking into leasing a BMW 5 Series? Find answers below to the most frequently asked questions.

How much is it going to be to lease a BMW 5 Series?

The monthly payments will depend on the model. Is it a 530i Sedan, 530e xDrive, or the M550i xDrive Sedan? Our BMW 5 Series lease offers change monthly but you can always see the current ones on our website. To speak with a 5 Series BMW leasing specialist about a BMW you are interested in, call us at (570) 338-6955.

Is it possible to lease a BMW 5 Series with $0 down?

Yes, it's possible to do it. Please note that $0 is different from $0 at signing. All BMW 5 Series lease offers require a down payment. If you, however, want to lease a new 5 Series BMW with $0 down and enroll the fees into the monthly payments call our finance department at (570) 338-6955. If you want to learn more about leasing a car with $0, check out our What "$0 Down" Really Means article.

What fees, in addition to the down payment, are due at signing?

The following fees (in addition to the down payment) are due at signing:

  • first month's payment
  • license and registration fees
  • taxes
  • document fees
  • acquisition fee

If you want to learn more about the car lease process, check out our Beginner's Guide to Leasing a Car article.

Should I lease or buy a BMW 5 Series? How to tell?

There's a simple way to tell. If you are driving more than 10,000 miles/year leasing a 5 Series BMW won't be the best deal. Sure, there are leases for high-mileage drivers but you might be better off financing. However, for customers that don't drive that many miles, a 5 Series BMW lease will be great great.

Is maintenance included in the lease payment of a new BMW 5 Series?

If you lease a new BMW 5 Series maintenance will be included as part of the standard BMW warranty. As a matter of fact, that's one of the main reasons people choose to lease - no repair cost. The BMW maintenance program covers factory-recommended maintenance services, including engine oil, engine filter, brake fluid, and spark plug changes.

Is there a cap on the miles driven during the lease term?

All BMW 5 Series cars have a limit of 30,000 miles per 36 months on each lease. Miles above the limit are charged at $0.25/mile. If you'll be driving more than 10,000 miles/year, consider a high-mileage lease. If you have further BMW 5 Series related questions, give us a call at (570) 338-6955.

Can additional miles be bought at the beginning of the lease?

Yes, and that's a good idea if you expect to go above the limit. It's always cheaper to prepay for miles than to pay for them at lease end. One option to consider, instead of purchasing miles is the so-called high-mileage leases. To learn more about how 5 Series BMW high-mileage lease works, check out our High Mileage Lease page. If you have more mileage-related questions, call us at (570) 338-6955 and speak with a BMW 5 Series leasing specialist.

Is GAP insurance included in the BMW 5 Series lease?

No, Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP) insurance is not included in a BMW Series 5 lease. It can be purchased separately, though. To get the best deal, compare rates from a few insurance companies. The best way to find a good deal on GAP insurance is to shop around.

Can I purchase the BMW I have been leasing? If so, what will it cost?

Sure, you can purchase your BMW 5 Series before the lease end. The buyout price was set when you signed the lease. What a lot of people don't know is that they can purchase their BMW 5 Series well before the lease ends. To find out why it might be a smart move on your part, check out our 5 Reasons to Buy Your Leased Car article. If you want to discuss the purchase of the car you have been leasing, give us a call now at (570) 338-6955.

I need to end my lease early. Is it possible?

It's possible to end your 5 Series BMW lease before the end of the term but you will have to pay all the fees associated with that. With that being said and depending on what you want to do next there are ways to minimize them or not pay them at all. To learn more about how to do that, check out our Early Lease Termination - What You Need to Know article. If you need to talk with a BMW lease expert on early lease termination, give us a call at (570) 338-6955 to connect with a specialist.

Can you extend a lease that is close to its expiration date?

Yes, if you haven't decided on what to do next after the end of your 5 Series BMW lease, you can re-lease it for another 12-24 months. To learn more about lease extension call BMW of Wyoming Valley at (570) 338-6955.

Can a BMW lease be transferred to a different party?

Yes, it's possible to transfer your 5 Series BMW lease. You can find someone to take over your lease or use the services of a lease swap site. These sites list the car on your behalf, find interested buyers, and handle the paperwork. Please note that a 5 Series BMW lease with less than 6 payments remaining can't be transferred. Take note of the $500 transfer initiation fee, as well ($400 refundable if credit is turned down).

Is there a way to lease a pre-owned BMW 5 Series car?

Sure, leasing a certified pre-owned BMW 5 Series in Wilkes-Barre, PA is possible and doing so makes a lot of sense. Why? Because all CPO 5 Series BMWs come with a bumper-to-bumper warranty that extends the factory warranty by two years. To learn more about the process of leasing a certified pre-owned 5 Series BMW and its pros and cons check out our Advantages and Disadvantages of Leasing a Used Car article.

Can I lease a BMW with bad credit?

It's not impossible, but keep in mind that the 5 Series BMW lease deals that you see advertised are for people with excellent credit scores. Don't get discouraged, though. The best way to find out if you qualify is to give us a call at (570) 338-6955 and speak with one of our finance specialists and check out our article on leasing a car with bad credit.


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