BMW 3 Series Saloon 318i Sport 4dr from V4B. £160.83 + VAT monthly rental £1,447.47 + VAT initial rental. 24 months £6,175.87 (inc VAT) @ Vehicles for business - HotUKDeals
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BMW 3 Series Saloon 318i Sport 4dr from V4B. £160.83 + VAT monthly rental £1,447.47 + VAT initial rental. 24 months £6,175.87 (inc VAT) @ Vehicles for business £6,175.87

£6175.87 @ Vehicles for Business
Business Contract Hire Contract term: 24 months Rental profile: 9 + 23 Annual mileage: 8000 1.5 litre Petrol Manual Possible £360 admin fee (although not specifically mentioned on the web-page)… Read More
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5m, 1d agoFound 5 months, 1 day ago
Business Contract Hire
Contract term: 24 months
Rental profile: 9 + 23
Annual mileage: 8000
1.5 litre Petrol Manual

Possible £360 admin fee (although not specifically mentioned on the web-page)
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2 Likes #1
Looks like a good deal. BMW haters, just move on - no need to comment.

If I hadn't just started a lease deal I'd be all over this.

It works out at around £270/month, spreading the initial rental over the life of the lease.

£193.00 monthly rental inc. VAT. 9+23 months.
#2
£360 fee - ridiculous
#3
codge
£360 fee - ridiculous
May be, but all leasing companies charge something similar.
#4
Car for rude boys, cold.
2 Likes #5
benjai
Car for rude boys, cold.
What, a 1.5litre 130bhp bottom the range BMW?
#6
I don't see how this a deal when you are paying 1/3 of the full price of the car to "borrow" it for 2 years. Plus you are limited on mileage too. You must be mad.
1 Like #7
Got my £34k list price 320d coupe for £23k when it was as new just 6 months old. 8 trouble free years later and just about to sell it for somewhere under £10k. Works out well under £1500 per year. If I didn't want to sell it, the E92 shape still looks up to date and has all mod cons, ambient lighting, Bluetooth, full leather and aluminium interior . Could run it for another few years. That's how you do it :{
1 Like #8
boostii
Got my £34k list price 320d coupe for £23k when it was as new just 6 months old. 8 trouble free years later and just about to sell it for somewhere under £10k. Works out well under £1500 per year. If I didn't want to sell it, the E92 shape still looks up to date and has all mod cons, ambient lighting, Bluetooth, full leather and aluminium interior . Could run it for another few years. That's how you do it :{

No maintenance at all over 8 years? Not even tyres?
#9
boostii
Got my £34k list price 320d coupe for £23k when it was as new just 6 months old. 8 trouble free years later and just about to sell it for somewhere under £10k. Works out well under £1500 per year. If I didn't want to sell it, the E92 shape still looks up to date and has all mod cons, ambient lighting, Bluetooth, full leather and aluminium interior . Could run it for another few years. That's how you do it :{

£1500 per year assumes you have £23K lying around though. The interest on that would need to be included in that calculation too.

Paying it back over 5 years at 7% right now would cost £800 per year, or about an extra £75 per month over 5 years or about £47 per month over 8 years.

Edited By: thekanester on Jan 24, 2017 00:55
#10
Not a make model that I would go for as I'm led to believe their terrible to drive in bad weather (snow and ice)? Anyone confirm or advise to the contrary?
2 Likes #11
admpgk
Not a make model that I would go for as I'm led to believe their terrible to drive in bad weather (snow and ice)? Anyone confirm or advise to the contrary?


have had a couple of 3 series and a 5 series and yes they are terrible in ice and snow. Excellent otherwise.
#12
Total price is £6,535.87.

(I included the £360 admin fee in my sums...)

Edited By: ezzer72 on Jan 24, 2017 21:27: Admin fee comment
#13
Same engine as the F56 Mini Cooper.
Fairly rapid in that, gutless in a much heavier RWD car.
#14
gslgregory
Looks like a good deal. BMW haters, just move on - no need to comment.

If I hadn't just started a lease deal I'd be all over this.

It works out at around £270/month, spreading the initial rental over the life of the lease.

£193.00 monthly rental inc. VAT. 9+23 months.


8000 miles for a business user, just not good enough for most of us.
#15
intrepid_almost
admpgk
Not a make model that I would go for as I'm led to believe their terrible to drive in bad weather (snow and ice)? Anyone confirm or advise to the contrary?
have had a couple of 3 series and a 5 series and yes they are terrible in ice and snow. Excellent otherwise.

Just out of interest was that with summer or winter tyres?

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