BMW 420d M Sport (Prof Med) Personal (8k miles) Term 3+47 £16517.34 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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BMW 420d M Sport (Prof Med) Personal (8k miles) Term 3+47 £16517.34 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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Found 24th Jul 2015
Hi i have just seen this deal for a 4 series BMW which seems like a good lease deal, the only downside for some will be that it is for 4 years but on the plus side someone can ride the 4 series for 4 years which is like owning it when it is that long and then give it away and comparing it depreciation wise i might say it can be worth it, but if i'm wrong on the depreciation side then please feel free to post it on why as i'm no expert and only trying to post as it seems the only deal with its specs which is cheaper then any other leasing company i have gone through altogether, unfortunately i'm not able to get this as i have recently got the Peugeot 208 GTI prestige deal for which i am still waiting for delivery but i did hope i had waited longer as this deal would have been great for me.

this is the M Sport edition and is inc with Professional Media package.
so far is available in Alpine White unless your ok to pay more for any other colour which they have.

Term: 48 Months
Deposit: £961.02 inc VAT
Admin Fees: £180 inc VAT
Total Upfront: £1141.02
Monthly: £320.34
RRP: £35,478
62.8 mpg
0-62 mph (7.3) secs

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you can own M3 for this money

typical BMW drivers

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rodman

you can own M3 for this money



Show us the link to the m3 deal you've posted please?? I'll be interested in that

rodman

you can own M3 for this money


Along with running costs from an eight year old high miler?

Mmm leasy

8K miles per year!? That's almost not using it! OK slight exaggeration but that's a very low mileage limit.

Banned

rodman

you can own M3 for this money



The whole motorway or just the Surrey section?

RRP: £35,478 - £16.517 (Lease for 4 years) = £18.961

So if I buy it NEW and sell it 4 years, will I get 19K for it?

What's the use is a 4 year lease. Surely leasing is all about giving the impression to the neighbours you can afford a new car every couple of years - imagine the shame of a 4 year old BMW sitting on the drive when your trying to keep up with the Jones'.

rodman

RRP: £35,478 - £16.517 (Lease for 4 years) = £18.961So if I buy it NEW an … RRP: £35,478 - £16.517 (Lease for 4 years) = £18.961So if I buy it NEW and sell it 4 years, will I get 19K for it?



Hahahahaha! Nowhere near that! But really... would you walk into a garage and accept that RRP: £35,478 price? Only a chump that cant haggle would accept that as the price for *this* car. Even if they refuse to budge, another dealer will haggle to beat the other guy... let them fight it out between them.

I bought a used 320Ci, 2 years old at the time, for less than half the RRP with 17k on the clock.

Id take a punt that the "cheaper" BMWs (318,320,420 etc) are more common so resell prices would be more depressed than say a 435d... which are still not far off new price 2 years old. (But don't tell the missus I was looking at them!) (_;)

Edited by: "daveo78" 24th Jul 2015

rodman

RRP: £35,478 - £16.517 (Lease for 4 years) = £18.961So if I buy it NEW an … RRP: £35,478 - £16.517 (Lease for 4 years) = £18.961So if I buy it NEW and sell it 4 years, will I get 19K for it?



If it only sees 32k miles? Surely you won't get much if it is over 100k or something.
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