** BMW 530d SE Auto - Save £10,246 - £31150.15 @ Drive the Deal
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** BMW 530d SE Auto - Save £10,246 - £31150.15 @ Drive the Deal

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Found 15th Jan 2015
BMW are back on Drive the Deal with some huge savings.

For anyone in the market for an Executive Saloon this is an incredible saving for this car.

The car is brand new and includes Road Tax, a 3 year manufacturer warranty, and free delivery anywhere in England.

Lots of other deals available as well with even greater savings on the M Sport:

BMW 5 SERIES DIESEL SALOON 530D M SPORT 4DR STEP AUTO - Save £10,610 - £33,594

BMW 5 SERIES DIESEL SALOON 535D M SPORT 4DR STEP AUTO - Save £12,365 - £36,389

And there's equivalent savings off the 3 Series range as well:

BMW 3 SERIES DIESEL SALOON 330D M SPORT 4DR STEP AUTO [BUSINESS MEDIA] - Save £8,300 - £28,724

BMW 3 SERIES DIESEL SALOON 335D XDRIVE M SPORT 4DR STEP AUTO [BUSINESS MEDIA] - Save £10,100 - £31,404

337 Comments

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Great deal. On the lookout for a 5 series but this is probably a few months early for me :(. Voted hot.

Great car and a great price. Voted hot.

I would recommend upgrading to Professional Media (£1200) over the Business Media that comes standard with the 5 Series. It adds a lot more capabilities in addition to the much larger screen.

ooooh a 330d, makes me sad to own a measly 320d

Ta OP.

I wish I had the money ... looks nice

3 year warranty, they must have confidence in their over priced metal.

Strong pound + Weak Eurozone= Beamer Deals

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3 year warranty, they must have confidence in their over priced metal.


It is worth it

Love Drive the Deal, nice to see they have transitioned their website into this century!

Wow, it includes road tax! Must buy a few of these...

great just ordered two!!

jamesdew

ooooh a 330d, makes me sad to own a measly 320d



No, it's a 530d.

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3 year warranty, they must have confidence in their over priced metal.



standard on new cars isn't it?

Besford

No, it's a 530d.



"And there's equivalent savings off the 3 Series range as well:

BMW 3 SERIES DIESEL SALOON 330D M SPORT 4DR STEP AUTO [BUSINESS MEDIA] - Save £8,300 - £28,724"

never seen a new car with anything less than 3 years to be honest.

Anyone up for checking some lease deals on this model as a comparison? With some of the lease deals I've seen recently you'd need to be certified to buy a new car. I'll see what I can find on lease and see if it works out better to buy or lease. I'm no expert on lease deals though.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 15th Jan 2015

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3 year warranty, they must have confidence in their over priced metal.



52-plate Focus owner?

Only in the UK are BMW put on such a pedestal. Decent cars (with some very notable exceptions) but really don't justify the premium pricing charged in the UK. Styling has gone way off in recent years too.

mango carrot

Comment standard on new cars isn't it?



No manufacturers that make decent cars give 5 or 7 year warranties.

BenderRodriguez

52-plate Focus owner?



Nah, I don't buy Fords.(_;)

hot deal if your in market for one. the 5 series m sport has to be one of the most beautiful cars on the road at the moment. and a 535d would keep up with most sports cars too. hot

fishmaster

Anyone up for checking some lease deals on this model as a comparison? … Anyone up for checking some lease deals on this model as a comparison? With some of the lease deals I've seen recently you'd need to be certified to buy a new car. I'll see what I can find on lease and see if it works out better to buy or lease. I'm no expert on lease deals though.



The best deals I found recently were at Tilsun - same model is £516.92 per month plus £3101.54 upfront over 3 years - total cost is therefore £22k.

So the question is, will this car be worth less than £9k in 3 years time? Not a chance.

If we look at a "decent" deal, 520 model, the cost over 4 years is a lot more palatable £17616. So will this car be worth less than £14k in 4 years time (admittedly not like for like)? The cheapest 530d I can find in that age bracket is £16k.

Admittedly, really good 5 series deals come up every now and then from a leasing perspective which may be more competitive, and this is a very rough and ready calculation. But on the face of it the OPs deal is scorching and beats a standard or decent leasing deal.

How do you get that price? my friend is interested in the 330d

Besford

Only in the UK are BMW put on such a pedestal. Decent cars (with some … Only in the UK are BMW put on such a pedestal. Decent cars (with some very notable exceptions) but really don't justify the premium pricing charged in the UK. Styling has gone way off in recent years too.



RWD
0-60 in under 6 seconds
4 door, large boot and plenty of room
decent MPG being diesel
plenty of gadgets inside
quite comfortable



Got any alternatives meeting those criteria for less than £31k?

Nice find,thanks for sharing.

335D X Drive is a bargain, a twin turbo 4WD rocket!

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3 year warranty, they must have confidence in their over priced metal.



I'm sure they do. "Over priced" is a matter of opinion. If you're in the market for a new, large premium saloon with poke and economy, this is a great deal. If you only ever buy a used car that didn't once retail for £50k+, this will seem hideously overpriced.

BenderRodriguez

RWD0-60 in under 6 seconds4 door, large boot and plenty of roomdecent MPG … RWD0-60 in under 6 seconds4 door, large boot and plenty of roomdecent MPG being dieselplenty of gadgets insidequite comfortableGot any alternatives meeting those criteria for less than £31k?



Any high performance model of an evo or wrx sti? Faster, looks nicer, AWD. Only issue is mpg of course.

RobBooth

335D X Drive is a bargain, a twin turbo 4WD rocket!



Indeed it is. They have awesome performance and return very good economy. The 330d is the one I'd go with though, I was very close to swapping to a 330d Touring at one point. Immense cars. The auto box is sublime, and make sure you tick the Sport Plus Package option box which adds the uprated brakes, stereo, headlights and so on, well worth the extra money. All that said, I had a 520d Touring as a loan car, and the 5 series is a better car really, it feels more upmarket inside. The 3er is perhaps a bit too close in terms of interior to the 1series for my taste. Still they're all better than most things in the price bracket.

Lovely cars, great spec for great price compared to the normal.

It is " hideously over priced " that is why they cannot sell them, hence they are on Drivethedeal.

matt139

Any high performance model of an evo or wrx sti? Faster, looks nicer, … Any high performance model of an evo or wrx sti? Faster, looks nicer, AWD. Only issue is mpg of course.


matt139

Any high performance model of an evo or wrx sti? Faster, looks nicer, … Any high performance model of an evo or wrx sti? Faster, looks nicer, AWD. Only issue is mpg of course.


And insurance. And service costs. And residuals. And Tax. And Interior quality. And ride quality.

Edited by: "Scorpion" 15th Jan 2015

as a driver of a 530D its a fabulous car and very fast

matt139

Any high performance model of an evo or wrx sti? Faster, looks nicer, … Any high performance model of an evo or wrx sti? Faster, looks nicer, AWD. Only issue is mpg of course.



cant really compare with those cars, they are high performance petrol cars and dont come anywhere near the quality of a 5 series.

Hot hot hot....booked

Bumnut53

cant really compare with those cars, they are high performance petrol … cant really compare with those cars, they are high performance petrol cars and dont come anywhere near the quality of a 5 series.



'anywhere near the quality of a 5 series' You must be joking?

Tempting, but I am in the market for a Mercedes C or E class, not seen this level of discount on these cars yet.

matt139

Any high performance model of an evo or wrx sti? Faster, looks nicer, … Any high performance model of an evo or wrx sti? Faster, looks nicer, AWD. Only issue is mpg of course.



As owner of 3rd turbo Impreza I can tell you it's a completely different car. Also you'd be lucky to get 20mpg from STi in real world, tax and insurance are in entirely different league too.

jamesdew

ooooh a 330d, makes me sad to own a measly 320d



1st world problems yo!
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