BMW 6 Series Hatchback 620d M Sport 5dr Auto [2019.5] - Initial rental £3,777.62 + £195 admin & £419.74 per month @ Select Car Cleasing
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BMW 6 Series Hatchback 620d M Sport 5dr Auto [2019.5] - Initial rental £3,777.62 + £195 admin & £419.74 per month @ Select Car Cleasing

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Thanks for posting OP and congrats on your first deal. Might be worth adding the miles per year and number of months to the deal.
You can buy the car for about £33k!

People are not interested in 6 series hatch, at RRP or even with £10K off, I doubt many see this as a good lease deal either!
Edited by: "groenleader" 4th Nov
Oh yes....it’s 48 months and 5k per year which is a bit low, I’ve been looking for one of these for a few months
Chrisdoc04/11/2019 12:56

Oh yes....it’s 48 months and 5k per year which is a bit low, I’ve been loo …Oh yes....it’s 48 months and 5k per year which is a bit low, I’ve been looking for one of these for a few months


Why? If you have access to the internet look up how much the discount sites sell these cars for mate!
In fact I’ve just found a deal for £289pm, 2 years 8000 miles per year
Yeah will do wanted to finance
Why would you want a car like this to drive 5k miles a year? Literally just a really expensive paperweight for your driveway!
timmy90004/11/2019 13:04

Why would you want a car like this to drive 5k miles a year? Literally …Why would you want a car like this to drive 5k miles a year? Literally just a really expensive paperweight for your driveway!


Cuz the internet ripping agency; select car leasing asked him to post it so people go to see what else they have
Edited by: "groenleader" 4th Nov
timmy90004/11/2019 13:04

Why would you want a car like this to drive 5k miles a year? Literally …Why would you want a car like this to drive 5k miles a year? Literally just a really expensive paperweight for your driveway!


Because not everyone commutes?????

I work from home, so my car is purely for fun - no sitting in traffic day in/day out wasting 000's of car miles just trudging to work on the motorway, I just use mine for trips out and fun at the weekends so every mile in mine is done for a reason and not just to get to work.

As such I only do 6k miles a year, and have done for the last 20 years! That doesn't mean I want some cheap rubbish to do those miles in.
HaroFreestyler04/11/2019 13:09

Because not everyone commutes?????I work from home, so my car is purely …Because not everyone commutes?????I work from home, so my car is purely for fun - no sitting in traffic day in/day out wasting 000's of car miles just trudging to work on the motorway, I just use mine for trips out and fun at the weekends so every mile in mine is done for a reason and not just to get to work. As such I only do 6k miles a year, and have done for the last 20 years! That doesn't mean I want some cheap rubbish to do those miles in.



Right right, well the DFP filter will probably suffer a result of 5K on this 620D motor
groenleader04/11/2019 13:11

Right right, well the DFP filter will probably suffer a result of 5K on …Right right, well the DFP filter will probably suffer a result of 5K on this 620D motor


My wife has an E91 320d that we've owned since new in 2009. She too only does low miles, maybe 7k a year to/from work and the DPF has never failed.

Mine is petrol so no worries.
HaroFreestyler04/11/2019 13:14

My wife has an E91 320d that we've owned since new in 2009. She too only …My wife has an E91 320d that we've owned since new in 2009. She too only does low miles, maybe 7k a year to/from work and the DPF has never failed. Mine is petrol so no worries.



You could do 3K a year and not clog DPF you would just need to have the right driving regimen and that would be really exceptional to the normal UK driving average. Someone wanting to go around town on 5K in a diesel will likely run in to problems.

On most cars when the DPF filter light or message comes up, its often like the old "low oil pressure light"; its too late! ITs already clogged just like when your oil pressure was low you were almost always done for!

Its worth noting the DPF and emission standards fitted 10 yrs ago are not the same as they are today.
timmy90004/11/2019 13:04

Why would you want a car like this to drive 5k miles a year? Literally …Why would you want a car like this to drive 5k miles a year? Literally just a really expensive paperweight for your driveway!


Zip it punchy.....you don’t understand
HaroFreestyler04/11/2019 13:09

Because not everyone commutes?????I work from home, so my car is purely …Because not everyone commutes?????I work from home, so my car is purely for fun - no sitting in traffic day in/day out wasting 000's of car miles just trudging to work on the motorway, I just use mine for trips out and fun at the weekends so every mile in mine is done for a reason and not just to get to work. As such I only do 6k miles a year, and have done for the last 20 years! That doesn't mean I want some cheap rubbish to do those miles in.


I feel like you're a bit biased. You actually have what looks like the same car as your profile picture!

Sorry, but I don't feel like you represent a large percentage of the population. You must be fairly affluent to work from home and be able to afford something like this just for fun.

Can I recommend an electric car for fun if you have this much money to blow? Seems a shame to damage the air quality and the environment 'just for fun' when you can clearly afford not to. And yes EV's are wayy more fun than oil drinking equivalents if you have tried one. And the noise is all speakers and audio enhancers now on these modern cars. They all have fake exhaust pipes for heavens sake!
timmy90004/11/2019 14:13

I feel like you're a bit biased. You actually have what looks like the …I feel like you're a bit biased. You actually have what looks like the same car as your profile picture!Sorry, but I don't feel like you represent a large percentage of the population. You must be fairly affluent to work from home and be able to afford something like this just for fun.Can I recommend an electric car for fun if you have this much money to blow? Seems a shame to damage the air quality and the environment 'just for fun' when you can clearly afford not to. And yes EV's are wayy more fun than oil drinking equivalents if you have tried one. And the noise is all speakers and audio enhancers now on these modern cars. They all have fake exhaust pipes for heavens sake!


I'm a petrolhead, cars are what I do and no less than 300bhp+ will suffice thanks. That also means I want something that is quick and handles decently and thus fun.

The beauty of modern cars is that you can get all of that but still have something you can use for family duties and that doesn't cost the earth to run.

Not like the old days where performance meant compromising on everything else.

No fake exhausts on mine either, but a lovely 6 pot 3 litre turbo to enjoy. Although it does have sound piped in by BMW.
Edited by: "HaroFreestyler" 4th Nov
timmy90004/11/2019 14:13

I feel like you're a bit biased. You actually have what looks like the …I feel like you're a bit biased. You actually have what looks like the same car as your profile picture!Sorry, but I don't feel like you represent a large percentage of the population. You must be fairly affluent to work from home and be able to afford something like this just for fun.Can I recommend an electric car for fun if you have this much money to blow? Seems a shame to damage the air quality and the environment 'just for fun' when you can clearly afford not to. And yes EV's are wayy more fun than oil drinking equivalents if you have tried one. And the noise is all speakers and audio enhancers now on these modern cars. They all have fake exhaust pipes for heavens sake!


Boring
HaroFreestyler04/11/2019 14:38

I'm a petrolhead, cars are what I do and no less than 300bhp+ will suffice …I'm a petrolhead, cars are what I do and no less than 300bhp+ will suffice thanks. That also means I want something that is quick and handles decently and thus fun. The beauty of modern cars is that you can get all of that but still have something you can use for family duties and that doesn't cost the earth to run.Not like the old days where performance meant compromising on everything else.No fake exhausts on mine either, but a lovely 6 pot 3 cylinder turbo to enjoy. Although it does have sound piped in by BMW.


Agree 300 bhp + or nil else.
The 340i sounds glorious.

The EV probably have a worse caravan foot print, energy generation usually burning gas or oil acquired to middle Eastern misadventures. The rare earth metals from DRC. Lithium who even knows...

Where are the 3rd generation bioethanols and biodiesels we were promised. The tech is out there, she'll have developed this.
HaroFreestyler04/11/2019 14:38

I'm a petrolhead, cars are what I do and no less than 300bhp+ will suffice …I'm a petrolhead, cars are what I do and no less than 300bhp+ will suffice thanks. That also means I want something that is quick and handles decently and thus fun. The beauty of modern cars is that you can get all of that but still have something you can use for family duties and that doesn't cost the earth to run.Not like the old days where performance meant compromising on everything else.No fake exhausts on mine either, but a lovely 6 pot 3 cylinder turbo to enjoy. Although it does have sound piped in by BMW.



6 cylinder or 3 pot, which one is it?
Sammy8604/11/2019 15:05

Agree 300 bhp + or nil else.The 340i sounds glorious.The EV probably have …Agree 300 bhp + or nil else.The 340i sounds glorious.The EV probably have a worse caravan foot print, energy generation usually burning gas or oil acquired to middle Eastern misadventures. The rare earth metals from DRC. Lithium who even knows...Where are the 3rd generation bioethanols and biodiesels we were promised. The tech is out there, she'll have developed this.


Very few people tow caravans these days.
Hope it comes with snow tyres cos it's getting cold in here!
Edited by: "adaily" 4th Nov
andymagic04/11/2019 15:06

6 cylinder or 3 pot, which one is it?


Ha, you got me there, 6 pot 3 litre I meant!!
Edited by: "HaroFreestyler" 4th Nov
HaroFreestyler04/11/2019 14:38

I'm a petrolhead, cars are what I do and no less than 300bhp+ will suffice …I'm a petrolhead, cars are what I do and no less than 300bhp+ will suffice thanks. That also means I want something that is quick and handles decently and thus fun. The beauty of modern cars is that you can get all of that but still have something you can use for family duties and that doesn't cost the earth to run.Not like the old days where performance meant compromising on everything else.No fake exhausts on mine either, but a lovely 6 pot 3 litre turbo to enjoy. Although it does have sound piped in by BMW.


I can completely get that, there is something fun about it but I am positive you can get something just as if not more fun than this car for that much money. From a purely financial perspective a cheaper second hand car maybe a year or 2 old with a supermarket/bank loan is far more affordable and you can probably get something more fun. Despite being an "envirohead" even I have noticed that newer cars have now been neutered and that the newer cars are less motivated than by 11 year old astra 1.9 diesel.

I have tried to get an electric car but it would cost me all my wages meaning I may as well stay at home or do agency work. However I did test drive an i3 and I used to work at a BMW garage. The i3 is far more fun to drive than any petrol/diesel car. I would give it a go sometime if you can go without BMW's fake noise
Sammy8604/11/2019 15:05

Agree 300 bhp + or nil else.The 340i sounds glorious.The EV probably have …Agree 300 bhp + or nil else.The 340i sounds glorious.The EV probably have a worse caravan foot print, energy generation usually burning gas or oil acquired to middle Eastern misadventures. The rare earth metals from DRC. Lithium who even knows...Where are the 3rd generation bioethanols and biodiesels we were promised. The tech is out there, she'll have developed this.


Doesn't really matter which car you buy, it damages the planet. IF you think you need a new car go EV at least it doesnt contribute so much air pollution. In reality we all have to make some big changes to our lifestyle and having personal cars is denied!

It will take 200% of yearly global earth metal production to produce enough lithium JUST for the UK!

So cars are definitely denied in all forms! Especially fossil fuels though.
timmy90004/11/2019 16:40

Doesn't really matter which car you buy, it damages the planet. IF you …Doesn't really matter which car you buy, it damages the planet. IF you think you need a new car go EV at least it doesnt contribute so much air pollution. In reality we all have to make some big changes to our lifestyle and having personal cars is denied!It will take 200% of yearly global earth metal production to produce enough lithium JUST for the UK!So cars are definitely denied in all forms! Especially fossil fuels though.


But when we're all long gone and the human race doesn't exist any more, who is going to care about the planet and whether it is here or not?

The only reason for caring about the planet is to appease our fragile human personas and make us believe our race will last forever and that we actually mean anything in the universe.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not wasteful and I recycle pretty much everything, but I'm not going to sit around doing nothing and driving boring cars just so the planet can still be here for humans in years to come - it will all be gone eventually and the planet itself is just rock, it doesn't have feelings or care about whether it survives or not, its only humans that care.
Sadly this car will not work reliably in Bristol after 2021 so cold for me. bbc.co.uk/new…596
HaroFreestyler05/11/2019 13:06

But when we're all long gone and the human race doesn't exist any more, …But when we're all long gone and the human race doesn't exist any more, who is going to care about the planet and whether it is here or not?



Maybe all the other life on it? I've got to be honest. Your comment saddens me. No wonder younger generations consider their elders to be inconsiderate to their futures.

All your insightful pondering and you've reached the conclusion that Earth is a rock and you want to drive 'non-boring' cars or it's not worth being a guardian for.

Great.

Just make sure you keep recycling, helps me sleep at night just knowing you are. /s
timmy90006/11/2019 01:41

Maybe all the other life on it? I've got to be honest. Your comment …Maybe all the other life on it? I've got to be honest. Your comment saddens me. No wonder younger generations consider their elders to be inconsiderate to their futures.All your insightful pondering and you've reached the conclusion that Earth is a rock and you want to drive 'non-boring' cars or it's not worth being a guardian for. Great. Just make sure you keep recycling, helps me sleep at night just knowing you are. /s


Maybe I should have said humans and all other life - the point was that eventually when all life is gone from Earth, which will happen, will the planet go into a decline or is it just solid matter with no thoughts for itself?

Everything that everyone does has an impact on the planet, should we all stop what we're doing? I imagine you live in a house, is that not damaging the planet? Do you commute to work, if so how? If you use an EV it still damages the planet to mine for the battery elements and still needs a power station to power it.

Every action we do has an impact, but this new generation of activists are just hypocrites. Lewis Hamilton is one of the worse offenders. I'm a fan of his as a driver, but oh my - the stuff he posts on Instagram about saving the planet and being Vegan whilst flying around the world in private jets with leather seats and racing "just for fun" is unreal. Imagine the damage an F1 weekend does to the planet, ferrying all that equipment and people around.

I do my bit to take care of the planet and whilst I drive a 340bhp petrol car I only do 6k miles a year in it and it still does 28mpg average. Compare that to an EV driver doing 20k miles a year commuting, or someone using public transport and I'm probably lower down the planet damaging scale than most. I also work from home, so my carbon footprint is probably tiny.

The new breed of planet savers are just pushing too far, whilst doing the same planet damaging things we all do on a daily basis, so preaching to people is just hypocritical.

By all means look after the planet, we all need to do that, but unless you live in a cave and don't have a car or use electricity don't preach to others about it until you can quantify your planet saving credentials.


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