What Is the BMW College Graduate Program?

 

This is an exciting time of year for a lot of people. Recent college graduates and students who’ll get their diplomas soon are preparing to launch their careers. While you might not know what to expect on the first day you step into the office, one thing is certain—you need to get there in the first place!

As a BMW dealer serving Mills River, NC and nearby areas, we are sure to have the new BMW car in our inventory that will do more than get you from Point A to Point B. What's more, we have a program that can help you save on new or BMW certified vehicles if you qualify. If you’re eligible for the BMW College Graduate Program, you can save $1,000 on a new or BMW certified vehicle.

To qualify for the BMW College Graduate Program, you must:

  • Have earned an associate’s, undergraduate, or graduate degree from an accredited college or university in the United States within the past two years, or you must be eligible to earn your diploma within the next six months and have a legitimate job offer
  • Have a credit history of at least six months that has no negative marks
  • Have a debt-to-income ratio that’s not greater than 20 percent
  • Provide a copy of your degree or school-issued transcript

Former and current college students can save even more if they qualify for the BMW College Graduate Program. That’s because eligible drivers won’t have to provide a security deposit. To qualify, your application must be approved by BMW Financial Services NA, LLC.

If you’re ready to start the next chapter of your life in style, visit our BMW finance center near Hendersonville, NC to see if you’re eligible for the BMW College Graduate Program. We look forward to seeing you save on a new or pre-owned BMW car at BMW of Asheville soon!

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