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BMW 335d mSport xdrive shadow edition 4 years at 0% finance 8000 miles £419 deposit and 47 x £419 month £20,112 Listers
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BMW 335d mSport xdrive shadow edition 4 years at 0% finance 8000 miles £419 deposit and 47 x £419 month £20,112 Listers

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Posted 5th Oct 2018
£46k car with nearly £12k deposit contribution, 4 years at 0% finance £419 deposit and 47 x £419 month. £14,326.26 optional final payment

Awesome car for the money!
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PLUS optional final payment of £14,326.26 if you want to keep the car so £34,438 in total.

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ThugBasher05/10/2018 10:54

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It's a legal requirement for all cars to have indicators.
Unbelievably car. Got one last year. Rate it better than the BMW’s and mercs I’ve had previously. Prob the best engine and gearbox combo I have ever driven. Performance unreal. Pips s3s and the likes with a near 50mpg on a run. Insurance very fair too. Probably averages 44 mpg As for the deal - get on carwow then phone them up and press further. I ended up with 32% discount plus 0% last year. Note that this offer will probably only now apply to stock cars as they are not taking new orders. This means that there will b very few at the price above as you will be paying for what specs are available. I.e. fitted accessories u don’t really want.
Btw had a 340i for 3 weeks on loan whilst waiting for my car. Great sound but just got real fed up with it sliding around even in a straight line when on a damp round. Lesser performance figures than the 335d plus found the 340i power pretty much unusable. The 335d has never lost traction in any wet weather. Builds confidence. A real corny addition is the synthesised sound of a straight six pumped through the speakers. Cheesy but sound great.
Hope this helps.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 5th Oct 2018
ThugBasher45 s ago

Really? Funny how in my experience BMW drivers forget to apply them.


Original too.. Great..!
£20k to lease a car for 4 years.....I’m out👎🏻
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ThugBasher05/10/2018 10:54

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It's a legal requirement for all cars to have indicators.
i donno which facelift this is , but 3 series will have new facelift next year, along with 1 series, so i would not call this good offer.
What about the optional final payment of £14,326.26?
New G series on the horizon so you could probably try to haggle more off at a dealer. I’d imagine the 340i shadow edition is a few £ cheaper too if one would prefer the petrol variant but it does lack X-Drive.
ThugBasher45 s ago

Really? Funny how in my experience BMW drivers forget to apply them.


Original too.. Great..!
ThugBasher05/10/2018 10:58

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Because drivers of other makes of cars always use their indicators ….
Yawn Yawn
Edited by: "rooney10" 5th Oct 2018
rooney102 m ago

breaking what in front of them ?


haha.. funny
Tony Lewis at TRL (baby BMW forums) will be able to beat this. However with the new 3 series just unveiled at the Paris motor show I expect some cracking deals on the outgoing one.
This deal is ok. Slightly more than I paid for mine this time last year.
If you can find a 340i go for it instead
Unbelievably car. Got one last year. Rate it better than the BMW’s and mercs I’ve had previously. Prob the best engine and gearbox combo I have ever driven. Performance unreal. Pips s3s and the likes with a near 50mpg on a run. Insurance very fair too. Probably averages 44 mpg As for the deal - get on carwow then phone them up and press further. I ended up with 32% discount plus 0% last year. Note that this offer will probably only now apply to stock cars as they are not taking new orders. This means that there will b very few at the price above as you will be paying for what specs are available. I.e. fitted accessories u don’t really want.
Btw had a 340i for 3 weeks on loan whilst waiting for my car. Great sound but just got real fed up with it sliding around even in a straight line when on a damp round. Lesser performance figures than the 335d plus found the 340i power pretty much unusable. The 335d has never lost traction in any wet weather. Builds confidence. A real corny addition is the synthesised sound of a straight six pumped through the speakers. Cheesy but sound great.
Hope this helps.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 5th Oct 2018
£20k to lease a car for 4 years.....I’m out👎🏻
Abarry296 m ago

Unbelievably car. Got one last year. Rate it better than the BMW’s and m …Unbelievably car. Got one last year. Rate it better than the BMW’s and mercs I’ve had previously. Prob the best engine and gearbox combo I have ever driven. Performance unreal. Pips s3s and the likes with a near 50mpg on a run. Insurance very fair too. Probably averages 44 mpg As for the deal - get on carwow then phone them up and press further. I ended up with 32% discount plus 0% last year. Note that this offer will probably only now apply to stock cars as they are not taking new orders. This means that there will b very few at the price above as you will be paying for what specs are available. Hope this helps.



Would love one myself, just a little out of my price range :(. Its a good 0.7 sec quicker on the 0-62 sprint than my current car but its the 4 wheel drive xdrive that makes the big difference getting that power down to achieve that quick acceleration. Track days would be awesome.
rooney1011 m ago

Because drivers of other makes of cars always use their indicators …. ( …Because drivers of other makes of cars always use their indicators …. Yawn Yawn


Ok thanks.
rooney1005/10/2018 11:04

Because drivers of other makes of cars always use their indicators …. ( …Because drivers of other makes of cars always use their indicators …. Yawn Yawn


Was on a speed awareness course last week and there was a guy who drove a BM there and the guy delivering the course said ooh do your indicators work? chortle chortle, bloke said......dunno I've never tried them, bravo!.
Choo_Choo4 m ago

Was on a speed awareness course last week and there was a guy who drove a …Was on a speed awareness course last week and there was a guy who drove a BM there and the guy delivering the course said ooh do your indicators work? chortle chortle, bloke said......dunno I've never tried them, bravo!.



You may be well advised to steer clear of this thread to be honest. Its a 335d x drive and you have just been on a speed awareness course …. that's just asking for trouble.
chridt05/10/2018 11:12

£20k to lease a car for 4 years.....I’m out👎🏻



and £14k after 4 years to own it , saving a total of around £11.5k off List price. Not too shabby if you are in the market for a £35k car.
So the company are writing off the £12K deposit? - This is not clear for me and not visible if you click the link

Is this the latest quad turbo or older tri turbo engine?
rooney1005/10/2018 11:25

and £14k after 4 years to own it , saving a total of around £11.5k off L …and £14k after 4 years to own it , saving a total of around £11.5k off List price. Not too shabby if you are in the market for a £35k car.


True but let’s be honest,who’s gonna want to hand over £14K for a car they’ve already been driving for 4 years....by that time you’d be ready for a new one.
I'm actually in the market for one of these but the only listers showrooms are over 300 miles away from me
chridt05/10/2018 11:12

£20k to lease a car for 4 years.....I’m out👎🏻


U r not leasing it u r buying it on a 0% pcp with a large upfront discount. U set the deposit and payments yourself. However if u do not want to pay the balance at the end of the initial 4 years I have the options of trading it in or handing it back. U can also sell it or trade it or pay it off at any time. It is not a lease.
The whole pcp thing becomes gud when a car has the perfect 3 criteria. Gud upfront discount Gud residual. Grt finance rate applied. If u search for the best discount which may better the title deal then this car will fit the bill of them 3.
My friend achieved also the same deal as me last year. 32% discount 0% finance.
Worked out at 1000 upfront and 345 per month with a 16000 residual. Car was therefore 33215 after discount with a 4 year payment total of 17215 when factoring the deposit. Loaded with a few worthy extra giving a realistic 4 year residual. If he don’t want it he can then hand it back costing him 17215 for the 4 years. Simple😄
Abarry2905/10/2018 11:09

Unbelievably car. Got one last year. Rate it better than the BMW’s and m …Unbelievably car. Got one last year. Rate it better than the BMW’s and mercs I’ve had previously. Prob the best engine and gearbox combo I have ever driven. Performance unreal. Pips s3s and the likes with a near 50mpg on a run. Insurance very fair too. Probably averages 44 mpg As for the deal - get on carwow then phone them up and press further. I ended up with 32% discount plus 0% last year. Note that this offer will probably only now apply to stock cars as they are not taking new orders. This means that there will b very few at the price above as you will be paying for what specs are available. I.e. fitted accessories u don’t really want. Btw had a 340i for 3 weeks on loan whilst waiting for my car. Great sound but just got real fed up with it sliding around even in a straight line when on a damp round. Lesser performance figures than the 335d plus found the 340i power pretty much unusable. The 335d has never lost traction in any wet weather. Builds confidence. A real corny addition is the synthesised sound of a straight six pumped through the speakers. Cheesy but sound great. Hope this helps.


I drove both and prefer the 340i. The 335d was quicker to 60 but after that the 340i accelerated harder. I found the 340i to feel better in corners, the diesel felt front end heavy. Just my opinion. In the wet the 340i has to be treated with respect.
qwales13 m ago

So the company are writing off the £12K deposit? - This is not clear for …So the company are writing off the £12K deposit? - This is not clear for me and not visible if you click the linkIs this the latest quad turbo or older tri turbo engine?



yes it is - look in dealer and manufacturer contribution
Edited by: "tighty" 5th Oct 2018
M_z6 m ago

Do you do Skoda jokes too?


I'm in the process of writing some new ones
Smadmad05/10/2018 11:36

I drove both and prefer the 340i. The 335d was quicker to 60 but after …I drove both and prefer the 340i. The 335d was quicker to 60 but after that the 340i accelerated harder. I found the 340i to feel better in corners, the diesel felt front end heavy. Just my opinion. In the wet the 340i has to be treated with respect.



No 4 wheel drive on the 340i though, must be difficult to drive in the wet with all that power, mines 300bhp 5 series and its great in good conditons but I drive like my gran in the wet.
chridt05/10/2018 11:31

True but let’s be honest,who’s gonna want to hand over £14K for a car they …True but let’s be honest,who’s gonna want to hand over £14K for a car they’ve already been driving for 4 years....by that time you’d be ready for a new one.


I don't get a new car every 4 years, do I need to ? Lets be honest, not everyone will think the way you do.
I was contemplating the new model that is due out early next year but it'll take a good couple of years before you'd save this kind of money up front on a newly released model I'd imagine
rooney1005/10/2018 11:43

No 4 wheel drive on the 340i though, must be difficult to drive in the wet …No 4 wheel drive on the 340i though, must be difficult to drive in the wet with all that power, mines 300bhp 5 series and its great in good conditons but I drive like my gran in the wet.


My m4 doesn't have 4 wheel drive and it's fine in the wet if you respect it. Can still drive fast.
Smadmad05/10/2018 11:36

I drove both and prefer the 340i. The 335d was quicker to 60 but after …I drove both and prefer the 340i. The 335d was quicker to 60 but after that the 340i accelerated harder. I found the 340i to feel better in corners, the diesel felt front end heavy. Just my opinion. In the wet the 340i has to be treated with respect.


Seriously.....was that as the rear end passed u in the corner. 😄.
Jokes aside. I just couldn’t settle in the driving seat with it spinning in a straight line and twitching all the while even on a damp only road. Just couldn’t use the power at all unless bone dry. Not gud for sale in uk. Mine has adjustable suspension which when in sport plus really strengthens the ride and steering wheel. U don’t don’t need to come off the accelerator in any weather. Friend has a c63 and just laugh at him in the wet. He’s a bag of nerves.

Different cars for different tastes really.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 5th Oct 2018
Smadmad05/10/2018 11:36

I drove both and prefer the 340i. The 335d was quicker to 60 but after …I drove both and prefer the 340i. The 335d was quicker to 60 but after that the 340i accelerated harder. I found the 340i to feel better in corners, the diesel felt front end heavy. Just my opinion. In the wet the 340i has to be treated with respect.



That's fine until you have to pay for the fuel you guzzled
qwales05/10/2018 11:51

That's fine until you have to pay for the fuel you guzzled


If I was worried about fuel I wouldn't have brought a M4
Abarry2905/10/2018 11:50

Seriously.....was that as the rear end passed u in the corner. 😄. Jokes …Seriously.....was that as the rear end passed u in the corner. 😄. Jokes aside. I just couldn’t settle in the driving seat with it spinning in a straight line and twitching all the while even on a damp only road. Just couldn’t use the power at all unless bone dry. Not gud for sale in uk. Mine has adjustable suspension which when in sport plus really strengthens the ride and steering wheel. U don’t don’t need to come off the accelerator in any weather. Friend has a c63 and just laugh at him in the wet. He’s a bag of nerves.Different cars for different tastes really.


A x drive in the wet is better, but I prefer rear wheel drive myself. Like you said different tastes. The AMGs are terrible in the wet lol
Smadmad17 m ago

A x drive in the wet is better, but I prefer rear wheel drive myself. Like …A x drive in the wet is better, but I prefer rear wheel drive myself. Like you said different tastes. The AMGs are terrible in the wet lol


Really like the x drive balance in the dry too. Don’t really want to distract from the OP post but these 335d remapped are quite unbelievable. Seen these Tracking 3.6 and 3.7 on the 0-60 with close to180mph derestricted. How diesels have moved on. Still pushing near 50 mpg too. These figures from a 3 litre diesel 4 dr family car just wud have been laughed at years ago as imaginary.

Grt post from the OP to prompt people to start pushing a few dealers for deals on the f30 model.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 5th Oct 2018
ThugBasher1 h, 20 m ago

Does it come with indicators? Most models I've seen lack them.


Boring, so so boring......
20k seems steep to borrow one of these for 4 years.
Abarry2905/10/2018 11:33

U r not leasing it u r buying it on a 0% pcp with a large upfront …U r not leasing it u r buying it on a 0% pcp with a large upfront discount. U set the deposit and payments yourself. However if u do not want to pay the balance at the end of the initial 4 years I have the options of trading it in or handing it back. U can also sell it or trade it or pay it off at any time. It is not a lease. The whole pcp thing becomes gud when a car has the perfect 3 criteria. Gud upfront discount Gud residual. Grt finance rate applied. If u search for the best discount which may better the title deal then this car will fit the bill of them 3. My friend achieved also the same deal as me last year. 32% discount 0% finance. Worked out at 1000 upfront and 345 per month with a 16000 residual. Car was therefore 33215 after discount with a 4 year payment total of 17215 when factoring the deposit. Loaded with a few worthy extra giving a realistic 4 year residual. If he don’t want it he can then hand it back costing him 17215 for the 4 years. Simple😄

You are leasing by a more expensive name called pcp. You don't buy the car, you hire the car. At the end of the hire period you have the option to buy. I lease and I am offered the option to buy at the end of the lease the same as pcp; except I don't know the buy price when I start the lease.
Blandford3305/10/2018 12:48

You are leasing by a more expensive name called pcp. You don't buy the …You are leasing by a more expensive name called pcp. You don't buy the car, you hire the car. At the end of the hire period you have the option to buy. I lease and I am offered the option to buy at the end of the lease the same as pcp; except I don't know the buy price when I start the lease.


Incorrect sorry. I am not leasing or hiring the car it is a totally different way of owning the car. I can buy pay off or trade at any time of the initial period. I can pay over amounts at any time or even sell it too. If however I run the deal for four years then I can give it back. This won’t happen as it will be paid off.

Example. And this is where buyers need to use these deals to their own betterment
Ask bmw how much for cash and u will not get the £6750 bmw finance contribution. Some discount yes but not the finance contribution. However Take finance to get the additional finance contribution then pay it off next day.
See £6750 extra and no contract hire period or lease
However again why not take advantage of a 4 yr 0% deal then pay off the last bit after 4 years. Or sell it to someone How flexible can it get

Or just lease one and be stuck with it for 4 years not being able to hand it back early without penalties etc.
Done both and sometimes leasing has actually been better tho
It really depends on the car and the best lease vs pcp deals at the time.
My wife’s car was way better in lease. Proves to not be stuck on 1 method but shop around for the best £££ value.

Btw u cannot legally buy ur own lease car. They cannot even give u the option by law. I have 2 leases also and would like to buy one at the end of term.
However A non associated 3rd party can buy it U may also be advised of the auction it is going to also. But u cannot directly buy it due to recent changes. U will not know the price till the end of term neither.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 5th Oct 2018
Smadmad05/10/2018 11:47

My m4 doesn't have 4 wheel drive and it's fine in the wet if you respect …My m4 doesn't have 4 wheel drive and it's fine in the wet if you respect it. Can still drive fast.



Respect an M4 , tut tut , that's not what they are designed for ! lol
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ThugBasher05/10/2018 10:54

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rooney1005/10/2018 11:44

I don't get a new car every 4 years, do I need to ? Lets be honest, not …I don't get a new car every 4 years, do I need to ? Lets be honest, not everyone will think the way you do.


No but if you can afford a new one you won’t want to be seen driving a 4 year old one 🏻
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