Justin B. from TTAC sent us a tip that BMW NA is offering all of its models – from the 135i to the Alpina B7 – with a pretty-please-with-sugar-on-top APR of 0.9%. No car is exempt from the ultra-low loan, which means you can get behind the wheel of an M3 sedan or a 335i with relative ease, assuming you have a FICO credit score of 600 or more. We called up our local BMW dealer to find out if there are any exceptions, and apparently the credit score and a loan spanning 24-60 months are the only things keeping you away from Teutonic bliss. The offer began on October 1st and is good through October 31st – likely a last ditch effort to clear out the '08s and spur sales in a month where buyers are putting off big-ticket purchases. If October's numbers are as abysmal as we expect, don't be surprised if this sale leads into November. Check out BMW's site for the details.

[Source: BMW via TTAC]

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