2016 BMW 330e 248 BHP PHeV Sport Auto Hybrid 8k mpa 24 month Lease for £211.24 PM, Initial £1901.12, Total £6759.48 at Gateway2Lease
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2016 BMW 330e 248 BHP PHeV Sport Auto Hybrid 8k mpa 24 month Lease for £211.24 PM, Initial £1901.12, Total £6759.48 at Gateway2Lease

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Found 22nd Dec 2015
Hot deal on the G2L site for a car that has only just been announced by BMW. Appears to be valid for business users, unsure for personal. Due to be released 1st March 2016 so expect delivery around then.

Sounds like an extremely impressive car to rival the 335d, highlights are;

List - £34,235
148.7 MPG (!)
248 BHP
420 NM Torque (!)
0-62 MPH - 6.1 seconds
Top speed - 140 MPH
25 Mile emission-free electric-only range
44 g/km CO2 (!)
Fuel Range - 375 miles
Recharge time- 2 hours

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148 mpg is impressive but way out of my price range 3500 a year
Good luck with 148 mpg, my company leased 5 Mitshibishi outlander PHEV and we only get 35-74mpg nowhere near 148mpg?

0-62 in 6.1 secs is great for any petrol head, not as quick as my Mercedes C350e hehe

Picture link appears to show 340 Mondeo not 330 unless I'm mistaken?
Edited by: "Billythebubble" 22nd Dec 2015
Smoking Hot!!!
8000 miles a year just isn't enough for most people and the excess penalties won't be good.
OK for someone who can absolutely guarantee they will not exceed that though.
This or the previously posted merc Benz E220?
Nice
Lazyoaf

8000 miles a year just isn't enough for most people and the excess … 8000 miles a year just isn't enough for most people and the excess penalties won't be good. OK for someone who can absolutely guarantee they will not exceed that though.



Haven't checked this deal but excess miles can be as low as 6p plus vat.
Billythebubble

Good luck with 148 mpg, my company leased 5 Mitshibishi outlander PHEV … Good luck with 148 mpg, my company leased 5 Mitshibishi outlander PHEV and we only get 35-74mpg nowhere near 148mpg?0-62 in 6.1 secs is great for any petrol head, not as quick as my Mercedes C350e hehePicture link appears to show 340 Mondeo not 330 unless I'm mistaken?



Won't this be completely dependent on how many miles you do before the battery runs out - if your commute is under 25 miles and you recharge fully each day, by 'normal MPG' calculations you would get infinite MPG.

Of course, you're forgetting that people with Mercs are just sa-a-ad!
Edited by: "plewis00" 22nd Dec 2015
waiting for personal then im all over it
Manual or automatic?
ajavaid92

Manual or automatic?



Auto - it says in the title and it would have to be really with the handling of dual drivetrains.
plewis00

Auto - it says in the title and it would have to be really with the … Auto - it says in the title and it would have to be really with the handling of dual drivetrains.



How silly of me to miss that. Thanks!
Interesting car for sure, especially as it dodges the congestion charge.
plewis00

Won't this be completely dependent on how many miles you do before the … Won't this be completely dependent on how many miles you do before the battery runs out - if your commute is under 25 miles and you recharge fully each day, by 'normal MPG' calculations you would get infinite MPG.Of course, you're forgetting that people with Mercs are just sa-a-ad!


Oh sorry, did you not realise it costs money to recharge the battery?
Perhaps travelling round town on battery is OK for old grannies, I doubt this would suit most people?

Silly of me to share some valid advice about hybrids or perhaps I should mention it's actually a Plug in hybrid not a hybrid Mr perfect!
Edited by: "Billythebubble" 22nd Dec 2015
vulcanproject

Interesting car for sure, especially as it dodges the congestion charge.


All plug in hybrids are automatic.
Lazyoaf

8000 miles a year just isn't enough for most people and the excess … 8000 miles a year just isn't enough for most people and the excess penalties won't be good. OK for someone who can absolutely guarantee they will not exceed that though.


Yearly average miles is less than 8,000, technically it's enough for 'most' people.

High milers should be looking at the diesel variant.
Hmm, would prefer Golf GTE to be honest.
Billythebubble

Oh sorry, did you not realise it costs money to recharge the battery? … Oh sorry, did you not realise it costs money to recharge the battery? Perhaps travelling round town on battery is OK for old grannies, I doubt this would suit most people?Silly of me to share some valid advice about hybrids or perhaps I should mention it's actually a Plug in hybrid not a hybrid Mr perfect!



Haha.
Merry Christmas!!
Another Mercedes C350e owner here, I have to also say it gets nowhere near any of the figures quoted for mpg and miles on electric. Without a charge the car probably averages 30-35mpg in hybrid mode and 9ish miles in traffic on battery.

PHEV's are excellent for short journeys where they can be plugged in but over long journeys a diesel wins hands down.

That said, it's a no brainer for me with the company car tax being so low the above is more than made up for.
Already got one on order - M-Sport version for £261 on personal lease with Select Contracts. Just done the paperwork today. Delivery is April.
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Billythebubble

Oh sorry, did you not realise it costs money to recharge the battery? … Oh sorry, did you not realise it costs money to recharge the battery? Perhaps travelling round town on battery is OK for old grannies, I doubt this would suit most people?Silly of me to share some valid advice about hybrids or perhaps I should mention it's actually a Plug in hybrid not a hybrid Mr perfect!



​Does somebody want their teddy back?
Billythebubble

Good luck with 148 mpg, my company leased 5 Mitshibishi outlander PHEV … Good luck with 148 mpg, my company leased 5 Mitshibishi outlander PHEV and we only get 35-74mpg nowhere near 148mpg?0-62 in 6.1 secs is great for any petrol head, not as quick as my Mercedes C350e hehePicture link appears to show 340 Mondeo not 330 unless I'm mistaken?



​because all electric cars are the same? one is a an SUV other is a saloon, different tech, engine etc! the only thing to compare here is the fact that both are electric hybrids.

340 Mondeo? what is that even.. picture shows a 3 series BMW.
Retro89



Turn signals lol.
Seems like a decent deal. I'm mad though so I'd seriously like to lease a BMW i3, however there's no great deals on them that I can find.
Rent a car?

Cold.
richard0000

Rent a car? Cold.



Clown.

Voted hot.
richard0000

Rent a car? Cold.



F(lease)
mdearlove

Already got one on order - M-Sport version for £261 on personal lease … Already got one on order - M-Sport version for £261 on personal lease with Select Contracts. Just done the paperwork today. Delivery is April.



That's a great deal. What's your mileage allowance?
If it is anything like the i8 in terms of real world MPG expect 50% or less of the stated figures.
Loads of i8 owners are saying the MPG figures are way off.
bimmerfest.com/for…773
2 hours charge time. Thats more trips to ikea then.
£7k over 2 years? You can get a Focus just out of warranty for £8k, sell it on for £5k in two years and you're £4k up on this deal.
grimboj2

£7k over 2 years? You can get a Focus just out of warranty for £8k, sell i … £7k over 2 years? You can get a Focus just out of warranty for £8k, sell it on for £5k in two years and you're £4k up on this deal.



​focus is nothing compared to this And this is a Brand new car
grimboj2

£7k over 2 years? You can get a Focus just out of warranty for £8k, sell i … £7k over 2 years? You can get a Focus just out of warranty for £8k, sell it on for £5k in two years and you're £4k up on this deal.



​Really, you can buy a second hand car cheaper? Wow, thanks for that, I guess you have killed the leasing industry with one little insight.
Lazyoaf

8000 miles a year just isn't enough for most people and the excess … 8000 miles a year just isn't enough for most people and the excess penalties won't be good. OK for someone who can absolutely guarantee they will not exceed that though.



​depends what the extra mile cost is
oddballjamie

Yearly average miles is less than 8,000, technically it's enough for … Yearly average miles is less than 8,000, technically it's enough for 'most' people. High milers should be looking at the diesel variant.


Low milers should be looking at a taxis/minicabs as you're looking at a similar cost.
grimboj2

£7k over 2 years? You can get a Focus just out of warranty for £8k, sell i … £7k over 2 years? You can get a Focus just out of warranty for £8k, sell it on for £5k in two years and you're £4k up on this deal.



I think you can also get a Bicycle for £50 , sell it on for free after two years and you're £6950 up
Edited by: "awt" 22nd Dec 2015
cynikill

​Really, you can buy a second hand car cheaper? Wow, thanks for that, I g … ​Really, you can buy a second hand car cheaper? Wow, thanks for that, I guess you have killed the leasing industry with one little insight.


Smiechlem xD
andiejn

Low milers should be looking at a taxis/minicabs as you're looking at a … Low milers should be looking at a taxis/minicabs as you're looking at a similar cost.



Drive a fairly quick BMW or pay over a quid a mile to be transported around in a sick stained Skoda?
Easy choice.
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