BMW 1 Series Diesel Hatchback 116d Sport 5dr - Lease Total Price £7011 @BMW Chester - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
-167

BMW 1 Series Diesel Hatchback 116d Sport 5dr - Lease Total Price £7011 @BMW Chester

£0.00 @ What Car Magazine
Seems like a good deal... £171 a month over 35 months, £1,026 deposit (6 months ) which takes the total to £7,011 for a BMW 1 Series.. Read More
rosskincaid Avatar
1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Seems like a good deal... £171 a month over 35 months, £1,026 deposit (6 months ) which takes the total to £7,011 for a BMW 1 Series..
More From What Car Magazine:
rosskincaid Avatar
1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Options

All Comments

(39) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Paid this much for a 318i Touring. Not a great deal tbh.
6 Likes #2
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.
1 Like #3
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.

It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.
#4
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.

Horses for courses, however a lot of the car review sites would disagree with you. Bottom line, good price for a well reviewed economical car.
1 Like #5
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.

It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.


I have to disagree with part of your statement. This engine is very under powered. I'd go for the 118d and get it remapped to the same power as the 120d.
1 Like #6
Maybe adjust your title to show it's a lease, as "total price" makes it sound like it's for sale
1 Like #7
nipstyler
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.
It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.
I have to disagree with part of your statement. This engine is very under powered. I'd go for the 118d and get it remapped to the same power as the 120d.

Can you please let us know where to get this for £171 per month, because if you can't your comment is meaningless. Please don't think I'm disagreeing with you as I'm not, yes it's a well reviewed car but I have no doubt that if you like a bit of performance this is not the car for you. I certainly wouldn't get it, but that's not to say it isn't a good deal and from the posters comments it sounds like they've driven it and like it. Yes a 118D would be better, but it would also be more expensive.
#8
nipstyler
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.
It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.
I have to disagree with part of your statement. This engine is very under powered. I'd go for the 118d and get it remapped to the same power as the 120d.
Very underpowered? For towing a train? The engine is perfectly capable of vastly exceeding the speed limit. :/
#9
Good car for the money
#10
damadgeruk
nipstyler
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.
It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.
I have to disagree with part of your statement. This engine is very under powered. I'd go for the 118d and get it remapped to the same power as the 120d.
Very underpowered? For towing a train? The engine is perfectly capable of vastly exceeding the speed limit. :/

So is the 1.2 Ford put in the Ford Fiesta. That's still underpowered too.
2 Likes #11
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.

It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.


No it's not.
116d is a rubbish engine. Very slow and not very economical. Considering what the gov or the man is planning for diesel cars. You will be left with a slow polluting diesel with a huge tax bill. On the other hand the 123d can be remapped to 220 bhp. Which is a good engine.
That's the engine

Now the car. It's ugly with a huge senseless bonnet and stupidly small boot space.
The rivals are. Audi A3 or Mercedes A1 even the Ford Focus. All far superior in build quality, space inside and boot. How the ford lacks in build quality it makes up for in space.

So yes it's a rubbish car and a rubbish engine.
1 Like #12
why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money
1 Like #13
Any deal for Benz c or e class instead?
2 Likes #14
prash_2k
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.
It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.
No it's not.
116d is a rubbish engine. Very slow and not very economical. Considering what the gov or the man is planning for diesel cars. You will be left with a slow polluting diesel with a huge tax bill. On the other hand the 123d can be remapped to 220 bhp. Which is a good engine.
That's the engine
Now the car. It's ugly with a huge senseless bonnet and stupidly small boot space.
The rivals are. Audi A3 or Mercedes A1 even the Ford Focus. All far superior in build quality, space inside and boot. How the ford lacks in build quality it makes up for in space.
So yes it's a rubbish car and a rubbish engine.

Prash you are talking out of your rear regarding the engine!
My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg. Are you saying that's uneconomical???? The Active Tourer is a much bigger and heavier vehicle too. Uh, and another thing, there is no such car as a Mercedes A1! Do you mean the A Class, which is just as cramped as a 1 series? I do agree that the car is small for a family, but for a single person or couple it is more than adequate.
I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!
1 Like #15
For a 3 year lease it's not too bad for a brand new car costing £24k+ new, but there is a lack of info i.e excess mileage charges, met paint etc as it's only 8k miles per annum which for many getting a diesel will be too low, my mate last weekend picked up the exact same car from motorpoint with 9.5k miles on a 16 plate for £13.6k, like he said it was like new 25mths warranty remaining and he can do whatever mileage he likes with no restrictions, and not worry about scuffing the alloys etc. He does around 15k per annum and reckons after 3 years will still be able to get £9k for it. So for him buying a year old works out alot cheaper due to mileage.

Edited By: margamboy on May 06, 2017 10:23
1 Like #16
psmith1958
why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money
Because you need to borrow c £22K for the car and after 3 years you do have something to show for it, like £10k in depreciation....
#17
We own a Mini Cooper D with the 3 cyl engine. In the Mini it is brilliant, plenty powerful enough, free revving and very un-diesel-like except for the amazing economy.
I also own a BMW 1 series. For a small car this is a heavy old lump and I would think that with the same engine as the Mini would be pretty pedestrian. Having had both the 118d and 120d BMW's, I'd go for the 118d. Best compromise of power and economy.
#18
I wouldn't buy continental cars until we get a good brexit deal.
#19
If your going the lease option try and keep the cost under the 30% depreciation amount
1 Like #20
tempt
I wouldn't buy continental cars until we get a good brexit deal.
Neither will anyone else here, it's a lease deal. ;)
#21
This is a deals website and I classified this as a good deal...
1 Like #22
prash_2k
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.
It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.
No it's not.
116d is a rubbish engine. Very slow and not very economical. Considering what the gov or the man is planning for diesel cars. You will be left with a slow polluting diesel with a huge tax bill. On the other hand the 123d can be remapped to 220 bhp. Which is a good engine.
That's the engine
Now the car. It's ugly with a huge senseless bonnet and stupidly small boot space.
The rivals are. Audi A3 or Mercedes A1 even the Ford Focus. All far superior in build quality, space inside and boot. How the ford lacks in build quality it makes up for in space.
So yes it's a rubbish car and a rubbish engine.

Very insightful to compare a 116d to a different engine that can be remapped to 220bhp - NOT.
Perhaps you mean this one isnt a fast hot hatch - rather than "rubbish" - thanks for clearing that up but most of us would have figured that out from the "116d" and the price

We have a 1 series and a 5 series and tbh I prefer the 1 series (it isnt this engine) ....great if you dont need a family in the whole time but actually 2 adults + 2 kids is fine.
#23
ukwestspeed
psmith1958
why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money
Because you need to borrow c £22K for the car and after 3 years you do have something to show for it, like £10k in depreciation....


so trying to "keep up with the Jones" and having a nice new car costs you all that money for the lease, only to give it back

thats not a deal, thats just showing off with somthing you do not own.... mmmmm
#24
psmith1958
why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money


Let's take another comparison, purely based on comparing the finances rather than the car.
A £7k loan over 36 months will cost about £295/month and you end up paying just about. £7,350 over the term and that's with the leading rates on market.

Let's forget comparing the cars but over 3 years let's assumes very modest £100/pa road tax.
Say £350 for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance ( basic service, a tyre, 2 x MOTs and any associated work)

So far we're looking at £8,000 ownership cost after 3 years.
Given the purchase of the car was £7,000, it's fair to assume that after 3 years you could advertise it for a max of £5,500 and sell it for £5,000.

Based on best case sums above, it's cost £3k for 3 years of car ownership.
#25
loofer
psmith1958
why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money
Let's take another comparison, purely based on comparing the finances rather than the car.
A £7k loan over 36 months will cost about £295/month and you end up paying just about. £7,350 over the term and that's with the leading rates on market.
Let's forget comparing the cars but over 3 years let's assumes very modest £100/pa road tax.
Say £350 for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance ( basic service, a tyre, 2 x MOTs and any associated work)
So far we're looking at £8,000 ownership cost after 3 years.
Given the purchase of the car was £7,000, it's fair to assume that after 3 years you could advertise it for a max of £5,500 and sell it for £5,000.
Based on best case sums above, it's cost £3k for 3 years of car ownership.
Wow, you only repace one tyre every three years? Please don't drive near me.;)
I own my cars though leasing is a smart move for MANY people smart enough to do some realistic calculations.
1 Like #26
loofer
psmith1958
why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money
Let's take another comparison, purely based on comparing the finances rather than the car.
A £7k loan over 36 months will cost about £295/month and you end up paying just about. £7,350 over the term and that's with the leading rates on market.
Let's forget comparing the cars but over 3 years let's assumes very modest £100/pa road tax.
Say £350 for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance ( basic service, a tyre, 2 x MOTs and any associated work)
So far we're looking at £8,000 ownership cost after 3 years.
Given the purchase of the car was £7,000, it's fair to assume that after 3 years you could advertise it for a max of £5,500 and sell it for £5,000.
Based on best case sums above, it's cost £3k for 3 years of car ownership.


rofl...buy second hand for £7k and sell 3 years later for £5k

yes you can get a cheaper runaround...leasing is for some who wants a new car and are comparing to the cost of leasing to the depreciation you would suffer buying a new car
6 Likes #27
nipstyler
I have to disagree with part of your statement. This engine is very under powered. I'd go for the 118d and get it remapped to the same power as the 120d.


Remapping a lease car? I can see that ending well! oO
1 Like #28
Whether you like this car or not, whether you like leasing or not, a lease for this car would normally be about £225 a month. So it is a good deal if that is what you are after. To vote cold because you personally disagree with leasing seems wrong to me, it is like voting down all 4k TVs on here because your are happy with your 4 year old tv. Don't get why people vote on deals that they have no interest in.

Edited By: scottishpunter on May 06, 2017 12:20
1 Like #29
damadgeruk
loofer
psmith1958
why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money
Let's take another comparison, purely based on comparing the finances rather than the car.
A £7k loan over 36 months will cost about £295/month and you end up paying just about. £7,350 over the term and that's with the leading rates on market.
Let's forget comparing the cars but over 3 years let's assumes very modest £100/pa road tax.
Say £350 for scheduled and unscheduled maintenance ( basic service, a tyre, 2 x MOTs and any associated work)
So far we're looking at £8,000 ownership cost after 3 years.
Given the purchase of the car was £7,000, it's fair to assume that after 3 years you could advertise it for a max of £5,500 and sell it for £5,000.
Based on best case sums above, it's cost £3k for 3 years of car ownership.
Wow, you only repace one tyre every three years? Please don't drive near me.;)
I own my cars though leasing is a smart move for MANY people smart enough to do some realistic calculations.


As I say, best case scenario. Had I said more on maintenance or seller by ot for £4k then somebody else would've jumped on it and said they had spent less on maintenance or a car wouldn't depreciaebthat much.

I'm leasing myself so there's no reason for me to push the ownership model more than leasing.
#30
does not say the mileage.
1 Like #31
I've voted hot.

Not because i'm a particular fan of BMW's, I am not. Also not because I think leasing always makes sense, as there are times when it makes no sense at all.

But if you compare buying this car brand new and running it for 3 years, to the cost of this lease then the lease wins easily.

This car will be £21k after discount, and worth around £10k as a trade in at 3 years old, so £11k depreciation over the term. Plus finance charges/interest, plus road tax for years 2 and 3. So approx £13.5k overall.

At 8,000 miles per year over 3 years, the cost of the lease is approx 29 pence per mile.

Just stay away from the options list, or the lease could quickly begin to lose any value appeal.

Edited By: Guzzle on May 06, 2017 15:14: Clarification
#32
Anyone actually managed to get this deal? They said it didn't exist when I called them
#33
leyloleylo
Anyone actually managed to get this deal? They said it didn't exist when I called them


I didn't buy it, I only found it on the website this morning.
#34
savgeax
does not say the mileage.

It does. It's 8,000 miles.
#35
richt
My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg.

Yes but what is the total average? Nearer to 55mpg no doubt...

richt
I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!

Unless you had a more economical and reliable Honda 1.6iDTEC.
#36
psmith1958
why oh why lease.... you could get a £9k loan over 48mnths at about £200 pm and at the end the car is yours (admitedly you cant get new for 9k, ) but atleast you have some thing to show for your money


With such a stupid comment it's difficult not to reply with something similar.

Maybe people don't want an old used car that your 9k will get you? Maybe people want to drive a new car, and not keep it for 4 years? If you are one of those people then leasing tends to be cheaper than doing it any other way. We change our cars every 2 years and have done it through finance, cash or bank loan and you always lose more than if you leased.

It's really quite simple yet people are still unable to grasp the concept.
#37
richt
prash_2k
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.
It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.
No it's not.
116d is a rubbish engine. Very slow and not very economical. Considering what the gov or the man is planning for diesel cars. You will be left with a slow polluting diesel with a huge tax bill. On the other hand the 123d can be remapped to 220 bhp. Which is a good engine.
That's the engine
Now the car. It's ugly with a huge senseless bonnet and stupidly small boot space.
The rivals are. Audi A3 or Mercedes A1 even the Ford Focus. All far superior in build quality, space inside and boot. How the ford lacks in build quality it makes up for in space.
So yes it's a rubbish car and a rubbish engine.

Prash you are talking out of your rear regarding the engine!
My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg. Are you saying that's uneconomical???? The Active Tourer is a much bigger and heavier vehicle too. Uh, and another thing, there is no such car as a Mercedes A1! Do you mean the A Class, which is just as cramped as a 1 series? I do agree that the car is small for a family, but for a single person or couple it is more than adequate.
I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!


Firstly 216 and 116 are different cars. We are discussing the 116.
Secondly it's your Dads car. Not urs. So you don't live with it and drive it everyday

Finally if you think the 116d is BMW best in its class. You must be tripping on acid. 123d is by faaaar the better.

I mean the 116 is sooooo bad. How you can say it's best in any category is beyond me. Especially when you have so many options
#38
m5rcc
richt
My dad has a 216d Active Tourer (1.5 Ltr 3 Valve Turbo Diesel). With 3 adults and a boot full of luggage on a motorway journey we can average 76 mpg.

Yes but what is the total average? Nearer to 55mpg no doubt...

richt
I am from a family who has always owned BMW's, Mercedes or Audi's, and that 116d engine in the BMW is probably the best in it's class. Beats the 1.6d from VW/Audi any day!

Unless you had a more economical and reliable Honda 1.6iDTEC.


Wow you love a hot uk deals debate...
#39
prash_2k
donslibi
prash_2k
Rubbish car. Rubbish engine.

It's actually a good car with a good engine and decent drive, just too small for a family and a low riding position which may not be for all. Your comment is misplaced.


No it's not.
116d is a rubbish engine. Very slow and not very economical. Considering what the gov or the man is planning for diesel cars. You will be left with a slow polluting diesel with a huge tax bill. On the other hand the 123d can be remapped to 220 bhp. Which is a good engine.
That's the engine

Now the car. It's ugly with a huge senseless bonnet and stupidly small boot space.
The rivals are. Audi A3 or Mercedes A1 even the Ford Focus. All far superior in build quality, space inside and boot. How the ford lacks in build quality it makes up for in space.

So yes it's a rubbish car and a rubbish engine.


very knowledgeable... ;)

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!