BMW 335d Touring xdrive M Sport 5dr Step Auto Lease (£10871.29) Telegraph Leasing
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BMW 335d Touring xdrive M Sport 5dr Step Auto Lease (£10871.29) Telegraph Leasing

£10,871.29Telegraph Deals
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Found 17th Oct 2016
Deal found on fleetprices.co.uk via Telegraph leasing.

9+23 months

10k miles pa

Fees £238.80

£452.97 inc VAT amortised

Hell of a lot of car....

says 9+23 so total cost is 32x452.97 + fee 238.80 -
so not £10K more like £15K for 2 years use of the car...
- mas99

9 Comments

Please can you put total cost in title.

Amazing car but it needs to chew up miles... Not be restricted to 10k pa

had one of these previously,amazing torque that leaves a lot of the current mega hatches trailing,has to be m sport spec for me but hot vote if you can drive this much engine for the money

The engine is undoubtedly a bit of a legend, but I'm not digging the latest BMW aesthetics, the deal picture would best suit an old age pensioner, I'll stick with my M-Sport E92 coupe for the time being.

I'll stick with my Alltrack

I'll stick with my w reg Honda civic in mint green....

I'll stick with my Skoda 105E (5 speed) convertable

Fugly. I'll stick with my 1976 bronze metallic Vauxhall Chevette

Link is dead, is there an updated link?

boostii

The engine is undoubtedly a bit of a legend, but I'm not digging the … The engine is undoubtedly a bit of a legend, but I'm not digging the latest BMW aesthetics, the deal picture would best suit an old age pensioner, I'll stick with my M-Sport E92 coupe for the time being.


Agree that the small pic doesn't look that great but overall the new 3 series is a massive improvement looks-wise on the E90 gen which just looked horrible and boxy compared to the E46 gen. Your E92 coupe looks fantastic compared to the 5 door but for me the 4-series just edges it.

Don't think the touring versions are able to match the Audi Avants for looks, but if you need the extra space it is the only way to get a BMW-like drive
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