BMW 420d M Sport Coupé -  £2,127.06 initial rental & £236.34 p/m inc VAT for 24 months £7999.21 @ National Vehicle Solutions
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BMW 420d M Sport Coupé - £2,127.06 initial rental & £236.34 p/m inc VAT for 24 months £7999.21 @ National Vehicle Solutions

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Found 15th Sep 2014
Not my sort of car but good deal if anyone wants to lease for 2 years. I've included the admin fee (£199.99) in the price too. Road tax & breakdown cover included for both years

5,000 miles - £2127.06 Initial rental, £236.34 inc VAT for 24 months Total: £7,999.21

8,000 miles - £2245.95 Initial rental, £249.55 inc VAT for 24 months Total: £8,435.14

10,000 miles - £2325.24 Initial rental, £258.36 inc VAT for 24 months Total: £8725.87

RRP £ 34,795.00

280 Comments

This seems a great deal for this car

420d? Why anyone want to drive a 420d?

peympeym

420d? Why anyone want to drive a 420d?



why not? It's a great engine

Servicing included, so great deal.

peympeym

420d? Why anyone want to drive a 420d?



0-62 in 7.5s, top end of 149mph and 60mpg, what's not to love about that?

£8k towards a car and you dont even get to keep it

Great deal but seriously the M badge seems to have lost all its meaning

good deal op - think you'll find its actually cheaper though...

1 x 2127,06
23 x 236.34 = 5435.82
2127,06 + 5435.82 + 199 = 7761.88
Based on 5000 p/a

ie 1 down payment followed by 23 (not 24)

Bazza71

0-62 in 7.5s, top end of 149mph and 60mpg, what's not to love about that?



Slow

Diesel... I'd avoid diesels as I can see them being hammered on rac in coming years

Bet you get nowhere near 60mpg

flylife

£8k towards a car and you dont even get to keep it



Oh dear face palm

Oh hang on how about you keep the 35000 car after 2 years... After paying 8000

Or I know what you'll say you can buy a four year old Ford mundano heap instead and keep it

royals

0-62 in 7.5s, top end of 149mph and 60mpg, what's not to love about … 0-62 in 7.5s, top end of 149mph and 60mpg, what's not to love about that?SlowDiesel... I'd avoid diesels as I can see them being hammered on rac in coming yearsBet you get nowhere near 60mpg


7.5s is more than adequate for the british roads.

If you want speed, this is obviously the wrong choice sherlocks.
Edited by: "dark_shadow" 15th Sep 2014

flylife

£8k towards a car and you dont even get to keep it



No but you get to pose like a right tool trying to fool strangers who see straight through you or friends and family who know there's no way on gods green that you can really afford it.

Wonder what the insurance is like on this.

Also, what happens if it gets nicked or written off within the 2yr period?

JohnnyUtah

No but you get to pose like a right tool trying to fool strangers who see … No but you get to pose like a right tool trying to fool strangers who see straight through you or friends and family who know there's no way on gods green that you can really afford it.



If I buy this for £35k and then sell it for £25k 2 years later was it worth the £2k extra to say that I 'owned it'?

JohnnyUtah

No but you get to pose like a right tool trying to fool strangers who see … No but you get to pose like a right tool trying to fool strangers who see straight through you or friends and family who know there's no way on gods green that you can really afford it.


You might find that the people who can really afford it, lease.
Saves them losing money on depreciatin to spend on other things or just save the cash.

Before you make your self look more ignorant, please come back with facts or don't bother replying.

Why do these deals always end up with people who don't understand the benefits of leasing or it doesn't work for them insist on making pointless comments.

alu355

If I buy this for £35k and then sell it for £25k 2 years later was it w … If I buy this for £35k and then sell it for £25k 2 years later was it worth the £2k extra to say that I 'owned it'?



It might be cheaper than you think. From experience new cars seem to be cheaper to insure than older or that's the way its always worked out for me.

royals

SlowDiesel... I'd avoid diesels as I can see them being hammered on rac … SlowDiesel... I'd avoid diesels as I can see them being hammered on rac in coming yearsBet you get nowhere near 60mpg



53mpg real world mixed driving

stuellis

It might be cheaper than you think. From experience new cars seem to be … It might be cheaper than you think. From experience new cars seem to be cheaper to insure than older or that's the way its always worked out for me.



What has insurance got to do with it?

JohnnyUtah

No but you get to pose like a right tool trying to fool strangers who see … No but you get to pose like a right tool trying to fool strangers who see straight through you or friends and family who know there's no way on gods green that you can really afford it.



It does take a fair amount of intelligence to understand leasing. You probably don't want to concern yourself with such things.

stuellis

Why do these deals always end up with people who don't understand the … Why do these deals always end up with people who don't understand the benefits of leasing or it doesn't work for them insist on making pointless comments.


Happens without fail.

Bazza71

0-62 in 7.5s, top end of 149mph and 60mpg, what's not to love about that?



The speed limit being 70 I guess.

alu355

What has insurance got to do with it?



Sorry clicked on the wrong comment

Bobo

Wonder what the insurance is like on this. Also, what happens if it gets … Wonder what the insurance is like on this. Also, what happens if it gets nicked or written off within the 2yr period?



It might be cheaper than you think. From experience new cars seem to be cheaper to insure than older or that's the way its always worked out for me.

http://www.tilsungroup.com/bmw-4-series-420d-m-sport-2dr-diesel-coupe-car-34682#.VBc7Gtm9LCQ

£8142 over 2 years 10,000 miles.

£8351 with maintenance.

Bazza71

0-62 in 7.5s, top end of 149mph and 60mpg, what's not to love about that?

somewhat a shallow excuse. But if that kinda performance turns you on it be much better to go for a smaller petrol and its cleaner

My bro was just about to sign up on a 2 year lease on a CLA untill I seen this
Edited by: "dimuc" 15th Sep 2014

Anyone know if you need to be able to claim business mileage/fuel expenses in order to get this deal like many other deals of this nature?

SulZero

Anyone know if you need to be able to claim business mileage/fuel … Anyone know if you need to be able to claim business mileage/fuel expenses in order to get this deal like many other deals of this nature?


Personal lease not business

stuellis

Sorry clicked on the wrong comment



It's going to cost more than £10k to own it for 2 years unless you can pay the £35k upfront in full without finance.

edgeone

Personal lease not business



I know but on a lot of deals they require you to be able to claim those things also.

SulZero

Anyone know if you need to be able to claim business mileage/fuel … Anyone know if you need to be able to claim business mileage/fuel expenses in order to get this deal like many other deals of this nature?



If its anything like the NVS Golf R deal then yes you will

Please note that in order to meet the lenders criteria all customers must either receive a car allowance, be able to re-claim business mileage or be a Director of a limited company, proof is required at point of application

Oneday77

You might find that the people who can really afford it, lease. Saves … You might find that the people who can really afford it, lease. Saves them losing money on depreciatin to spend on other things or just save the cash.Before you make your self look more ignorant, please come back with facts or don't bother replying.



Hardly ignorant, just opinionated regarding BMW drivers. The headline price is for the equivalent of 96 miles per week.... wow!!

Enlighten me on how much it will cost for a half decent mileage of say 20k a year as the link only shows POA.

super hot deal!

I really wish basic economics and finance were taught at school.
Buy assets that appreciate, lease / rent assets that depreciate.

The clever people lease cars, invest capital, purchase property and (funnily enough) rent it out to other people.

So much croc and platitudes copied and pasted on this thread, second only to the "my interest rate is considerably lower than yours" on the mortgage deal threads.

Most of the £10k depreciation mentioned as an example earlier in this thread occurs the moment the car is driven off the showroom forecourt. The depreciation curve is much less severe after this point.

So keep leasing cars every 2 years and never owning an asset that would have capital worth to you.

Why would you want to own an asset that depreciates when you can invest the capital in an asset that appreciates?

Buy the car, keep it 50yrs and you'll have an asset there my son. Price will go down and then start going up again. Everyone wins

peaceoff

Buy the car, keep it 50yrs and you'll have an asset there my son. Price … Buy the car, keep it 50yrs and you'll have an asset there my son. Price will go down and then start going up again. Everyone wins



But then, my son, you've got to store that vehicle in hope that in 50 years time, it will be a radical classic and in demand.
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