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BMW 520d M sport Auto - incl metallic paint 48 months, 12,500 mpa, Total cost £19003.15 @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
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BMW 520d M sport Auto - incl metallic paint 48 months, 12,500 mpa, Total cost £19003.15 @ Nationwide vehicle contracts

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Posted 7th Jan

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48 momths
12,500 miles a year.
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348 a month?
What's the realistic new price and what is the depreciation after 4 years? In fourth year your also need to factor in mot plus being out of warranty.
please ignore anything that's going on in the rest of the world...eg large parts of Australia being on fire and carefull insert your head up your backside for maximum performance
...erm, so I'm paying over the 4 year term £19,003 and at the end do I 'own' the car?
Very poor deal. cheaper elsewhere. Though why you would want to lease for 4 years...
super icy deal.
mel140807/01/2020 15:12

...erm, so I'm paying over the 4 year term £19,003 and at the end do I …...erm, so I'm paying over the 4 year term £19,003 and at the end do I 'own' the car?


No, But if you own a bussiness or have a company car allowance this deal is attractive. Considering the vehicle has RRP of £41,000 i think it's quite a reasonable deal with - No road Tax - 12,500 miles a years so effectively you are just paying the cost of depreciation even if you owned the vehicle at the end of the financial agreement you will still have to pay depreciation.
Have a look on leasing.com - 2 minutes and I find a deal nearly £1000 less total cost over the 4 years. Sorry bud - cold from me.
Ice cold
This is not that persuasive a deal. You can buy a second hand 2018/2019 bmw 5 series for c£25k. Appreciate it is more up front but you aren't tidied by mileage and can sell in 4 years and recover c£12k
Dreadful deal
mel140807/01/2020 15:12

...erm, so I'm paying over the 4 year term £19,003 and at the end do I …...erm, so I'm paying over the 4 year term £19,003 and at the end do I 'own' the car?


Do you genuinely not know what a lease is, or are you just pretending to be dim?
Nexustar07/01/2020 16:44

This is not that persuasive a deal. You can buy a second hand 2018/2019 …This is not that persuasive a deal. You can buy a second hand 2018/2019 bmw 5 series for c£25k. Appreciate it is more up front but you aren't tidied by mileage and can sell in 4 years and recover c£12k


You can get them even cheaper than that actually. I've seen them as low as £21k for this exact spec and condition with around 10k miles on. You'd be silly to get a £19k lease when you can just own the car for an extra 10%.
M_z07/01/2020 15:08

What's the realistic new price and what is the depreciation after 4 years? …What's the realistic new price and what is the depreciation after 4 years? In fourth year your also need to factor in mot plus being out of warranty.


You don't really need to factor in being out of warranty. It's a £33k+ car brand new. It's not gonna suddenly fall apart, unless of course you've been hanging 40k+ miles each year ffs 🙈
Freddo_V_07/01/2020 19:53

You don't really need to factor in being out of warranty. It's a £33k+ car …You don't really need to factor in being out of warranty. It's a £33k+ car brand new. It's not gonna suddenly fall apart, unless of course you've been hanging 40k+ miles each year ffs 🙈


So £33+ cars never develop problems do they? You're funny.
Edited by: "M_z" 7th Jan
M_z07/01/2020 20:20

So £33+ cars never develop problems do they? You're funny.


hey, nobody mentioned "never develop problems" until you did!
Crap deal, just like the other leasing deals you've posted.

TOP TIP, Have a look around at the other deals on this site to give you an idea of what makes a good PCH deal.
peterainbow07/01/2020 15:11

please ignore anything that's going on in the rest of the world...eg large …please ignore anything that's going on in the rest of the world...eg large parts of Australia being on fire and carefull insert your head up your backside for maximum performance


What has someone getting or not getting a new car got to do with world events?
Edited by: "pgilc1" 10th Jan
Particularly bad deal IMHO.

You'd be running the fourth year out of warranty which is always a bad idea. Too long for a lease and too much money.

Seems very close to actually owning one in terms of cost. Granted this is a 2019 one, but this on a cheap loan over 4 years would be a much more compelling proposition

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