BMW 5 Series Saloon 520d MHT M Sport 4dr Auto 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £290 pm + £1740 initial + £150 fee = £8560 @ Leasing Options
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BMW 5 Series Saloon 520d MHT M Sport 4dr Auto 24m Lease - 8k miles p/a - £290 pm + £1740 initial + £150 fee = £8560 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 24th Feb
BMW new 5 Series mild hybrid 520d M Sport on a 2 year lease. Works out at 20.4% of £41.9k P11D value, 8k miles pa, £289.99 per month (6+23) plus £1739.94 initial and £150 admin - so £357 net per month. Estimated residual value is £20.4k after 2 years so leasing looks a good option. Price is based on solid paint white. This is a factory order, with delivery expected April/May. In terms of price comparison looks to be £1500+ cheaper than elsewhere.

Specs include 18 inch double spoke alloys, black leather seats, Solid Paint (Metallic available at extra cost) , Electromechanical parking brake with automatic drive away release and auto hold function, M sport suspension, BMW Live Cockpit Professional, sat nav system including 10.25" high resolution display and Intelligent Voice Assistant Control display - 10.25" colour touch sensitive display screen, 48V Mild hybrid technology, and LED daytime running lights.



BMW 5 Series Diesel Saloon 520d MHT M Sport 4dr Auto

  • 6 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £1739.94 initial
  • 23 monthly payments of £289.99
  • £150 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £8559.71 or £356.65 net per month
  • Diesel
  • Gearbox Semi Auto
  • Gears 8 speed
  • 58.8 MPG combined
  • 0-60 7.3 seconds
  • BHP 190
  • Road tax included
  • P11D value £41,945


Images below for illustration, ignore the left hand drive

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Note I believe the leather is black (not white but gives an idea)


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39975744-LNtaC.jpgThis a bit of a bad deal, the OP uses the P11D value to suggest this is a good deal, but if your personally considering leasing or buying this car the market is different then it is for businesses.

So, the car can be had for £31,895K which is a 1/4 off the RRP being using to justify this as good deal.

Its warmish, its not really a good deal, its certaintly not a hot deal.
Edited by: "groenleader" 24th Feb
£20k depreciation after 2 years! That's eye watering.
wgeorge999024/02/2020 18:45

It's good, but it's not right! I ordered a korma!!


Car....ma? I'll grab my coat...
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Good value lease for a very comfortable car
What is a mild hybrid?
Nice, heat
£20k depreciation after 2 years! That's eye watering.
wgeorge999024/02/2020 18:41

What is a mild hybrid?


An ICE car with a small electric motor to act as a boost (but mainly to reduce emissions).
Edited by: "m5rcc" 24th Feb
Pjcity24/02/2020 18:44

Somewhere between korma and a tikka marsala....


It's good, but it's not right! I ordered a korma!!
wgeorge999024/02/2020 18:45

It's good, but it's not right! I ordered a korma!!


Car....ma? I'll grab my coat...
It like a they have add a Scalextric motor to the engine and can now call that’s it a hybrid, eco!
Might want to double check the spec, I can't seem to find it anywhere on the site but the pictures in the OP show the M Sport with 19s, not 18s mentioned in the description of the OP
Pjcity24/02/2020 18:44

Somewhere between korma and a tikka marsala....


I tried a chicken tarka the other day. It was like a chicken tikka, just a little otter.
39975744-LNtaC.jpgThis a bit of a bad deal, the OP uses the P11D value to suggest this is a good deal, but if your personally considering leasing or buying this car the market is different then it is for businesses.

So, the car can be had for £31,895K which is a 1/4 off the RRP being using to justify this as good deal.

Its warmish, its not really a good deal, its certaintly not a hot deal.
Edited by: "groenleader" 24th Feb
wgeorge999024/02/2020 18:41

What is a mild hybrid?


It’s something you will see a lot more of as automakers rush to avoid the fines imposed from having average emissions higher than the EU limits. More info here
Edited by: "jhsmith87" 24th Feb
GrimDanFango24/02/2020 18:42

£20k depreciation after 2 years! That's eye watering.



Thats worked out from a percentage of list price, of course its avalible for much less than the list price, as most cars at the moment are.
Edited by: "groenleader" 24th Feb
groenleader24/02/2020 19:01

Thats worked out from a percentage of list price, of course its avalible …Thats worked out from a percentage of list price, of course its avalible for much less than the list price, as most cars at the moment are.


You sound clued up on your lease deals. What percentage should a lease cost less than the car value for 48 months, 10k miles? I am considering a completely different car but not sure what figures I should be aiming for. Thanks.
GrimDanFango24/02/2020 18:42

£20k depreciation after 2 years! That's eye watering.


That's why you lease a car like this with big depreciation 🍻
Very tempted. Anyone know what the road tax will be on these post April
wgeorge999024/02/2020 19:08

You sound clued up on your lease deals. What percentage should a lease …You sound clued up on your lease deals. What percentage should a lease cost less than the car value for 48 months, 10k miles? I am considering a completely different car but not sure what figures I should be aiming for. Thanks.



Only in exceptional circumstances would a 48 month lease be a good deal. I would assume you would be getting on for paying most of the list price at that point and probably more than a discounted personal purchase.

There are different reason for wanting to lease a car, if you can never afford to buy car X but want to treat yourself via lease that's one thing. Other wise the best leases are those which offer exceptional value, ie. low initial rental and small monthly payments.

24 months ago these were easy to come by, now the mindset is "lease is best" and of course, that means lease firms rack up the cost as the clients are already convinced!
groenleader24/02/2020 19:14

Only in exceptional circumstances would a 48 month lease be a good deal. I …Only in exceptional circumstances would a 48 month lease be a good deal. I would assume you would be getting on for paying most of the list price at that point and probably more than a discounted personal purchase. There are different reason for wanting to lease a car, if you can never afford to buy car X but want to treat yourself via lease that's one thing. Other wise the best leases are those which offer exceptional value, ie. low initial rental and small monthly payments. 24 months ago these were easy to come by, now the mindset is "lease is best" and of course, that means lease firms rack up the cost as the clients are already convinced!


£28k list, £25k discounted price, 3+47, £305pm. Is that reasonable? It's about £100pm cheaper than PCP from the dealer, and any kind of personal loan.
Expect a lot more deals on German made cars over the next year as they scramble to keep market share, and try to stay afloat, prior to getting hit by huge EU fines for excessive CO2 from now until 2023, and beyond.

As for mild hybrid diesels, leasing is a much better option that buying the deprecation on a new car like this will be absolutley massive over 2-3 years.
VR46Tuff24/02/2020 19:11

That's why you lease a car like this with big depreciation 🍻


Agreed. But £8.5k would go a lot further on a car without the premium badge.
Edited by: "GrimDanFango" 24th Feb
Simba9224/02/2020 19:13

Very tempted. Anyone know what the road tax will be on these post April


Nothing if you lease it!
andyb8324/02/2020 19:24

Nothing if you lease it!


You sure that’s right? From my
Understanding that’s not the case..
Simba9224/02/2020 19:33

You sure that’s right? From myUnderstanding that’s not the case..


Yes, road tax is included when you lease a car.
The funny thing I just bought an ex-leased BMW 520d for 8600 lmao. I'd rather get an older than pay every two yrs
GetDemDealz24/02/2020 19:43

The funny thing I just bought an ex-leased BMW 520d for 8600 lmao. I'd …The funny thing I just bought an ex-leased BMW 520d for 8600 lmao. I'd rather get an older than pay every two yrs


You’re entitled to do just that, and those who want a brand new car every 2-3 years are entitled to lease, if that is the only way they can afford it. Personally I always buy 12-18 month old cars and keep them for 4 years and then p/x. That works for me.:{
wgeorge999024/02/2020 19:17

£28k list, £25k discounted price, 3+47, £305pm. Is that reasonable? It's ab …£28k list, £25k discounted price, 3+47, £305pm. Is that reasonable? It's about £100pm cheaper than PCP from the dealer, and any kind of personal loan.


That right there sounds like a convincing argument. However, I would avoid leases that take the car out of warranty but that's me, I prefer the assurance of being covered by it.

If it's the car you want and the numbers make sense - go for it but you may want to consider and extended warranty for the last year - how good those are though - I don't know.
pops197524/02/2020 20:22

That right there sounds like a convincing argument. However, I would avoid …That right there sounds like a convincing argument. However, I would avoid leases that take the car out of warranty but that's me, I prefer the assurance of being covered by it. If it's the car you want and the numbers make sense - go for it but you may want to consider and extended warranty for the last year - how good those are though - I don't know.


It comes with a 7 year warranty so feel covered on that front. Otherwise, do those numbers stack up well? The car has only just been released so not any second hand ones to see what the depreciation will be on them, hence trying to find a percentage of list price kinda number to get a feel for the numbers.
Edited by: "wgeorge9990" 24th Feb
pops197524/02/2020 20:22

That right there sounds like a convincing argument. However, I would avoid …That right there sounds like a convincing argument. However, I would avoid leases that take the car out of warranty but that's me, I prefer the assurance of being covered by it. If it's the car you want and the numbers make sense - go for it but you may want to consider and extended warranty for the last year - how good those are though - I don't know.


This. If engine goes pop 38 months down the line, you're stuffed. It's a diesel BMW so will happen at some point. Never, ever do a 4 year lease unless it's 1) stupid cheap, like well under 30% of p11d value, and 2) the manufacturer warranty is extended and doesn't require you to use the dealer network.
Otherwise you're getting all the worst bits of owning a car and none of the benefits of leasing.
GrimDanFango24/02/2020 18:42

£20k depreciation after 2 years! That's eye watering.


It's also non existent. No one is paying list price.
wgeorge999024/02/2020 19:17

£28k list, £25k discounted price, 3+47, £305pm. Is that reasonable? It's ab …£28k list, £25k discounted price, 3+47, £305pm. Is that reasonable? It's about £100pm cheaper than PCP from the dealer, and any kind of personal loan.


That sounds like an awful deal sorry.

For some context, a good 2 year deal should be up to 20%, 3 years 28-30%. That deal works out at 54% after 4 years of rrp.

What are their 2 year figures like? I'd want to be paying no more than £203 a month on a 1+23
MrKrabs24/02/2020 20:38

That sounds like an awful deal sorry.For some context, a good 2 year deal …That sounds like an awful deal sorry.For some context, a good 2 year deal should be up to 20%, 3 years 28-30%. That deal works out at 54% after 4 years of rrp.What are their 2 year figures like? I'd want to be paying no more than £203 a month on a 1+23


£345 for 3 year deal. Didn't quote me for 2 year deal. Does it make a difference if it's an EV?
Edited by: "wgeorge9990" 24th Feb
wgeorge999024/02/2020 20:52

£345 for 3 year deal. Didn't quote me for 2 year deal. Does it make a …£345 for 3 year deal. Didn't quote me for 2 year deal. Does it make a difference if it's an EV?


Why not just tell eveyone what it is, otherwise were are all just guessing and you aren't really getting any help at all.
Uncommon.Sense24/02/2020 20:57

Why not just tell eveyone what it is, otherwise were are all just guessing …Why not just tell eveyone what it is, otherwise were are all just guessing and you aren't really getting any help at all.


O sorry. It's an MG ZS EV.
GetDemDealz24/02/2020 19:43

The funny thing I just bought an ex-leased BMW 520d for 8600 lmao. I'd …The funny thing I just bought an ex-leased BMW 520d for 8600 lmao. I'd rather get an older than pay every two yrs



Where did you buy that from? Got a link?
wgeorge999024/02/2020 20:52

£345 for 3 year deal. Didn't quote me for 2 year deal. Does it make a …£345 for 3 year deal. Didn't quote me for 2 year deal. Does it make a difference if it's an EV?


EV would explain the poor figures as they're the 'in' thing. If it's s car you really want and it's the cheapest you can find it then go for it.


Edit - just saw it's the mg. Was hoping you'd blagged a deal on a honda E advance as their PCP prices are shockingly poor.

I can think of a dozen cars I'd rather spend £340 a month on, but it's your money.
Edited by: "MrKrabs" 24th Feb
You have to pay for your own maintenance on this one is that right
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