BMW 335d xDrive M-Sport Auto Touring [Prof Media] - £8006.01 inc VAT - 9 + 23 @ contracthireandleasing
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BMW 335d xDrive M-Sport Auto Touring [Prof Media] - £8006.01 inc VAT - 9 + 23 @ contracthireandleasing

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Found 8th Sep 2015
Not sure if this one is just business or personal as well:

BMW 335d xDrive M Sport Auto Professional Media
9+23
£1876.41 exc. VAT (£2251.69 including)
£208.49 per month exc. VAT (£250.18 including)
8k miles per annum

Total of £8006.01 including VAT.
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HOT deal. This deal is also through a BMW Main Dealer so no brokers to deal with.
£333 a month overall, I think its pretty good for a quick diesel, not sure why cold votes. Can you get it cheaper?
kvn618

£333 a month overall, I think its pretty good for a quick diesel, not … £333 a month overall, I think its pretty good for a quick diesel, not sure why cold votes. Can you get it cheaper?



Not seen any cheaper ones with this engine. All the saloons are around £350 a month before taking into account the deposit. Really isn't bad for a car that does 0-60 in under 5 seconds!
Hot. Exceptional price if you are looking for a new 335D.
It's a business deal, it doesn't look like they offer this for a personal deal.
people really like paying £8k every other year, just so they can own a new car?

Fair enough if you are on a really well paid job, but I beer most of those leasing it are those that can't afford to buy the car out right.
Shock

people really like paying £8k every other year, just so they can own a … people really like paying £8k every other year, just so they can own a new car?Fair enough if you are on a really well paid job, but I beer most of those leasing it are those that can't afford to buy the car out right.


Leasing is the cheapest way of driving the new car, most of the times...
Shock

people really like paying £8k every other year, just so they can own a … people really like paying £8k every other year, just so they can own a new car?Fair enough if you are on a really well paid job, but I beer most of those leasing it are those that can't afford to buy the car out right.



If you are after a new car, it's a great way to own one. Also this is a BMW. If you are looking for lower budget, Vauxhall Corsa's can be had for less than £100 per month and Seat Leon for just over £100 a month. This paticular deal is a lot of car for the money.
Shock

people really like paying £8k every other year, just so they can own a … people really like paying £8k every other year, just so they can own a new car?Fair enough if you are on a really well paid job, but I beer most of those leasing it are those that can't afford to buy the car out right.



​cars are expensive, complicated mechanically, and loose hideous amounts of money in depreciation.

The last thing I would ever want to do is buy a car outright.

I do 25k plus a year, so bangernomics are not an option.
Shock

people really like paying £8k every other year, just so they can own a … people really like paying £8k every other year, just so they can own a new car?Fair enough if you are on a really well paid job, but I beer most of those leasing it are those that can't afford to buy the car out right.



Even if you could afford to buy the car outright, why would you want £40k of your money tied up in a car? I have found some lease deals are working out cheaper than traditional PCP Finance deals...

A wise person could stick that money in a decent Bank Account like the Santander 123 and earn 3% on that on up to £20k... thats ~£600pa and £1200 over 2 years. Stick the other rest in a 2 year fixed ISA at 2% at the max allowance and that is another ~£914... so you can earn £2114, effectively bringing the cost down to under £6k!

There is a general assumption by certain HUKD posters that lease deals are only for those who can't afford their own car and just want to show off... when they actually offer a real cost-effective alternative to owning brand new cars!
That's a cracking deal.
shame the mileage isn't higher (8k per year is very small) but at this price still a hot deal!
Edited by: "teepee1" 8th Sep 2015
teepee1

shame the mileage isn't higher (8k per year is very small) but at this … shame the mileage isn't higher (8k per year is very small) but at this price still a hot deal!


you can do more mileage, normally around 8p a mile.....
Well the dealer does not do personal leasing on the 3 series at least ( 0 deals available ) so no point showing the +VAT prices.
blister

Well the dealer does not do personal leasing on the 3 series at least ( 0 … Well the dealer does not do personal leasing on the 3 series at least ( 0 deals available ) so no point showing the +VAT prices.



For those that get it through a business, they might still have to pay the VAT so I think it is worth displaying it. Not all business are eligible to claim back VAT.
this is for the pre-facelift model? new one released as of now with improved engines, economy and spec - hence the cold votes i guess
tighty

this is for the pre-facelift model? new one released as of now with … this is for the pre-facelift model? new one released as of now with improved engines, economy and spec - hence the cold votes i guess



Not 100% sure but I have enquired with the dealer.
335d is a new engine. New model - not 'pre face lift' as above.
colin_worldcup

335d is a new engine. New model - not 'pre face lift' as above.



Nope, the 335d engine was also in the previous generation 3 series, the E90 but the previous gen didn't have the xDrive system.
Great deal - Tighty did you get anything back from the dealer to confirm if this is pre or post facelift?
cunningm

Great deal - Tighty did you get anything back from the dealer to confirm … Great deal - Tighty did you get anything back from the dealer to confirm if this is pre or post facelift?



sry man wasn't me asking, i was just pointing out it might be a ruse to get rid of old stock
Cracking deal but now sadly expired.
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