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BMW 530d Touring M Sport 2 year 8,000 miles pa, £3,600 initial payment, 23 months at £311.99 plus £180 admin fee at Central Vehicle Leasing
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BMW 530d Touring M Sport 2 year 8,000 miles pa, £3,600 initial payment, 23 months at £311.99 plus £180 admin fee at Central Vehicle Leasing

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Posted 26th FebEdited by:"r79"

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Seems like very good deal. It's pity it is no X drive version.

2 years deal with 8,000 miles pa, £3,600 initial payment, 23 months at £311.99 plus £180 admin fee.

Also 6,000 miles @ £287.99pm and higher miles available

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I really don't understand why it is voted cold? Please show me better deal for that car because I just don't understand those who vote cold.
r7926/02/2020 12:39

I really don't understand why it is voted cold? Please show me better deal …I really don't understand why it is voted cold? Please show me better deal for that car because I just don't understand those who vote cold.


It might be the 6k miles and the saloon works out a bit cheaper with more miles albeit a 520d hotukdeals.com/dea…186 either way I think its a good deal so heat added
Edited by: "DealsDen101" 26th Feb
6000 miles. Cold. 120 miles a week for a tourer. Minimal touring
6k a year dude! Not many people would spend big bucks on a car to just pop to the shops in.
This is what I need but other mileages are available for nut much more. It should be all considered in comparison with other similar deals. Here we have estate 3.0 litre car for the price of 2.0 saloon. That's great deal!
r7926/02/2020 12:49

This is what I need but other mileages are available for nut much more. It …This is what I need but other mileages are available for nut much more. It should be all considered in comparison with other similar deals. Here we have estate 3.0 litre car for the price of 2.0 saloon. That's great deal!


Fair comment, just wonder why you would want this car, for £10k over two years, to do 120 miles a week. I drive a Kia picanto for my commute though, so perhaps I’m not the right person to comment
neilmc198326/02/2020 12:49

6k a year dude! Not many people would spend big bucks on a car to just pop …6k a year dude! Not many people would spend big bucks on a car to just pop to the shops in.


That's exactly what I do per year. Besides, it is not about 6,000 miles but about being cheapest for 6,000 miles dude! Anyway, you can have 10,000pa for extra £47pm. You can also check as in some deals it is cheaper to buy 6,000 deal and pay extra miles rather than going for high miles deal.
dairooney26/02/2020 12:52

Fair comment, just wonder why you would want this car, for £10k over two …Fair comment, just wonder why you would want this car, for £10k over two years, to do 120 miles a week. I drive a Kia picanto for my commute though, so perhaps I’m not the right person to comment


I just like nice cars. At the moment I drive Audi A8 4.2 TDI and need to swap for an estate/SUV for more load space. I wouldn't feel good in Kia Picanto, no offence. I just require more than just being transported from A to B.
r7926/02/2020 12:55

I just like nice cars. At the moment I drive Audi A8 4.2 TDI and need to …I just like nice cars. At the moment I drive Audi A8 4.2 TDI and need to swap for an estate/SUV for more load space. I wouldn't feel good in Kia Picanto, no offence. I just require more than just being transported from A to B.



fair enough. I feel great in my picanto but obviously we have different philosophies. I like cars but I have other avenues to spend my cash on at this time. I’ve had nice cars in the past and wasted a fortune. I wish you well x
dairooney26/02/2020 12:58

fair enough. I feel great in my picanto but obviously we have different …fair enough. I feel great in my picanto but obviously we have different philosophies. I like cars but I have other avenues to spend my cash on at this time. I’ve had nice cars in the past and wasted a fortune. I wish you well x


If you look that way then you realise that owing a car will always be more or less waste of time. It all is matter of acceptable loss for exchange of owing something that makes you happy;-)
r7926/02/2020 12:49

This is what I need but other mileages are available for nut much more. It …This is what I need but other mileages are available for nut much more. It should be all considered in comparison with other similar deals. Here we have estate 3.0 litre car for the price of 2.0 saloon. That's great deal!


Think your missing the point the vehicle is designed for touring the deal advertised is focused on low mileage driving the two don’t work at all together it’s like buying a tandem bike for one person cold for me but nice vehicle
r7926/02/2020 13:02

If you look that way then you realise that owing a car will always be more …If you look that way then you realise that owing a car will always be more or less waste of time. It all is matter of acceptable loss for exchange of owing something that makes you happy;-)



I agree. Try being happy in a Picanto though. It is liberating. So many better things to spend money on, but obviously we have different priorities
dairooney26/02/2020 13:05

I agree. Try being happy in a Picanto though. It is liberating. So many …I agree. Try being happy in a Picanto though. It is liberating. So many better things to spend money on, but obviously we have different priorities


7 year warranty too!
Don4326/02/2020 13:02

Think your missing the point the vehicle is designed for touring the deal …Think your missing the point the vehicle is designed for touring the deal advertised is focused on low mileage driving the two don’t work at all together it’s like buying a tandem bike for one person cold for me but nice vehicle


Don't agree with you. It is family car. It doesn't need to make high miles, it all depends on personal needs. I do 5,000-6,000 a year and am looking at good estate car. This would be perfect for me. The deal shows relative cost of such car to other offers. It doesn't need to much everyone's needs!
r7926/02/2020 13:08

Don't agree with you. It is family car. It doesn't need to make high …Don't agree with you. It is family car. It doesn't need to make high miles, it all depends on personal needs. I do 5,000-6,000 a year and am looking at good estate car. This would be perfect for me. The deal shows relative cost of such car to other offers. It doesn't need to much everyone's needs!


Think you are forgetting this is a Diesel engine? If you only do 5-6k miles a year you are asking for trouble! Great car/performance but you may be better off with the petrol.
You are all missing the point, its a good deal for the product(BMW 530d Touring) from a depreciation point of view over buying/pcp. End of

Person A buy this car new and does 12k over 24 months what is it worth and what has it cost you to drive it?
Person B leases this car and does 12k over 24 months and you have paid £10,350

Dont forget the leaser doesn't pay the road tax on this either.

What you do with it(tour, drive, sleep in it) has no consequence on the deal. Do you think the majority of SUV's that dont go off road are therefore are all bad deals?

As for 6k miles... like with most lease deals - you can add more miles(6,8,10k etc) or simply pay the excess at the end, like 8p per mile. You can go massively over the 6k and not be stuck if you need to do more miles.
r7926/02/2020 13:08

Don't agree with you. It is family car. It doesn't need to make high …Don't agree with you. It is family car. It doesn't need to make high miles, it all depends on personal needs. I do 5,000-6,000 a year and am looking at good estate car. This would be perfect for me. The deal shows relative cost of such car to other offers. It doesn't need to much everyone's needs!


r7926/02/2020 13:08

Don't agree with you. It is family car. It doesn't need to make high …Don't agree with you. It is family car. It doesn't need to make high miles, it all depends on personal needs. I do 5,000-6,000 a year and am looking at good estate car. This would be perfect for me. The deal shows relative cost of such car to other offers. It doesn't need to much everyone's needs!


Okay then fair point my average family day consists of school runs 4 miles, travel to and back from work 20 miles, after school activities a further 15 miles, general traveling to shops, family visit trip to the park maybe a further 10 miles that’s 49 miles a day on average give or take even if you do absolutely no driving for 3 days a week your still well over your 6k mileage families use between 8-10k a year definitely if you really like the car and have the money to throw at this deal then fair play to you but you can’t justify this being a good deal based on the product alone it has to blend nicely for the majority of people for it to be classed as a hot deal.
mishyuk26/02/2020 13:17

You are all missing the point, its a good deal for the product(BMW 530d …You are all missing the point, its a good deal for the product(BMW 530d Touring) from a depreciation point of view over buying/pcp. End ofPerson A buy this car new and does 12k over 24 months what is it worth and what has it cost you to drive it? Person B leases this car and does 12k over 24 months and you have paid £10,350Dont forget the leaser doesn't pay the road tax on this either.What you do with it(tour, drive, sleep in it) has no consequence on the deal. Do you think the majority of SUV's that dont go off road are therefore are all bad deals?As for 6k miles... like with most lease deals - you can add more miles(6,8,10k etc) or simply pay the excess at the end, like 8p per mile. You can go massively over the 6k and not be stuck if you need to do more miles.


Why pay more for additional miles just get a different deal than this one every deal levels off on depreciation based on the market value of the product ? I think your missing the point the deal at 6k mileage does not work for most people at this value therefor most will not agree with you here as the reviews are clearly stating
Don4326/02/2020 14:30

Okay then fair point my average family day consists of school runs 4 …Okay then fair point my average family day consists of school runs 4 miles, travel to and back from work 20 miles, after school activities a further 15 miles, general traveling to shops, family visit trip to the park maybe a further 10 miles that’s 49 miles a day on average give or take even if you do absolutely no driving for 3 days a week your still well over your 6k mileage families use between 8-10k a year definitely if you really like the car and have the money to throw at this deal then fair play to you but you can’t justify this being a good deal based on the product alone it has to blend nicely for the majority of people for it to be classed as a hot deal.


No Don43, you miss the point. Purpose of this website is to show good deal which means cheapest possible for equivalent. I will never match everyone's needs. What I tried to show that this is very good deal for that car and that mileage. I'm not saying anything more than that. I'm not considering how many miles you do etc. And this deal should not be judged because you do more miles, this is not the point.
Don4326/02/2020 14:36

Why pay more for additional miles just get a different deal than this one …Why pay more for additional miles just get a different deal than this one every deal levels off on depreciation based on the market value of the product ? I think your missing the point the deal at 6k mileage does not work for most people at this value therefor most will not agree with you here as the reviews are clearly stating


It doesn't need to work for everyone, it might work for just a few. Point is, I don't think you will find same spec car with same mileage cheaper then I showed. And this is why it is a good deal and this is the only aspect is should be scored for.
I got a 2014 530d in 2017 for £6995 with 202,000 miles on the clock, sold it yesterday for £6000, whilst having it I had to put a new clutch and flywheel in it which cost £1200 and a new back OS driveshaft which cost £245 so before fuel, tax and insurance costs that cost me £2670 for 2 years (With MOT's and services), I have now bought a 2015 7 series for £11500 which I will keep for another 2-3 years, in my experience its been cheaper buying a 3-4 year old BMW and selling it after use as you can pick them up mega cheap when they are a few of years old because the huge depreciation has already happened.
r7926/02/2020 14:40

It doesn't need to work for everyone, it might work for just a few. Point …It doesn't need to work for everyone, it might work for just a few. Point is, I don't think you will find same spec car with same mileage cheaper then I showed. And this is why it is a good deal and this is the only aspect is should be scored for.


Good luck with that sales pitch products are generally sold to appeal to a wider market as I detailed previously it’s a great car without question but at 6k mileage for the deal specifics posted neither lends itself positive to business, pleasure or family purposes. Everyone does more miles than this deal my grandma who never uses her car still racks up more than 6k a year. If your looking for a very low mileage high specification car at a high cost price based on retail cost and a large depreciation value then go for it
Don4326/02/2020 14:50

Good luck with that sales pitch products are generally sold to appeal to a …Good luck with that sales pitch products are generally sold to appeal to a wider market as I detailed previously it’s a great car without question but at 6k mileage for the deal specifics posted neither lends itself positive to business, pleasure or family purposes. Everyone does more miles than this deal my grandma who never uses her car still racks up more than 6k a year. If your looking for a very low mileage high specification car at a high cost price based on retail cost and a large depreciation value then go for it


you still not getting this......I'm off.
DealsDen10126/02/2020 14:49

I got a 2014 530d in 2017 for £6995 with 202,000 miles on the clock, sold …I got a 2014 530d in 2017 for £6995 with 202,000 miles on the clock, sold it yesterday for £6000, whilst having it I had to put a new clutch and flywheel in it which cost £1200 and a new back OS driveshaft which cost £245 so before fuel, tax and insurance costs that cost me £2670 for 2 years (With MOT's and services), I have now bought a 2015 7 series for £11500 which I will keep for another 2-3 years, in my experience its been cheaper buying a 3-4 year old BMW and selling it after use as you can pick them up mega cheap when they are a few of years old because the huge depreciation has already happened.


Now that’s a good deal
r7926/02/2020 14:55

you still not getting this......I'm off.


Come back when you find a good deal lol (joke)
r7926/02/2020 14:55

you still not getting this......I'm off.


Bit condescending but to be fair I tried
Don4326/02/2020 13:02

Think your missing the point the vehicle is designed for touring the deal …Think your missing the point the vehicle is designed for touring the deal advertised is focused on low mileage driving the two don’t work at all together it’s like buying a tandem bike for one person cold for me but nice vehicle


Depends on your usage! I work from home so can have plenty of weekend fun with 6k miles a year. I average about 6-7k but none of that is commuting so I have great fun and want a nice car. If it’s affordable then why not?
Don4326/02/2020 13:02

Think your missing the point the vehicle is designed for touring the deal …Think your missing the point the vehicle is designed for touring the deal advertised is focused on low mileage driving the two don’t work at all together it’s like buying a tandem bike for one person cold for me but nice vehicle


PS, BMW call their estate cars “Touring”, it doesn’t mean it’s a big car and can only be used for long driving. Our 320is a touring, it’s not a big car.
Edited by: "HaroFreestyler" 26th Feb
HaroFreestyler26/02/2020 15:53

Depends on your usage! I work from home so can have plenty of weekend fun …Depends on your usage! I work from home so can have plenty of weekend fun with 6k miles a year. I average about 6-7k but none of that is commuting so I have great fun and want a nice car. If it’s affordable then why not?


It’s a great car overall I’ve leased and purchased vehicles including BMW if you can afford to pay for the deal and it works for somebody under 6k miles then go for it I’m not trying in anyway to say don’t go for it but it just won’t work for the majority people so not a hot deal in my opinion
Don4326/02/2020 14:50

Good luck with that sales pitch products are generally sold to appeal to a …Good luck with that sales pitch products are generally sold to appeal to a wider market as I detailed previously it’s a great car without question but at 6k mileage for the deal specifics posted neither lends itself positive to business, pleasure or family purposes. Everyone does more miles than this deal my grandma who never uses her car still racks up more than 6k a year. If your looking for a very low mileage high specification car at a high cost price based on retail cost and a large depreciation value then go for it


Average UK mileage is something like 8k a year now, and from your earlier post it seems you drive everywhere, school, shops etc. Do you never walk or cycle? Genuine question, not being a hippie vegan type.
HaroFreestyler26/02/2020 15:55

PS, BMW call their estate cars “Touring”, it doesn’t mean it’s a big car an …PS, BMW call their estate cars “Touring”, it doesn’t mean it’s a big car and can only be used for long driving. Our 320is a touring, it’s not a big car.


I didn’t mention big car but the 530 is significantly bigger than a 3 series agree and long driving I would expect to be around 18/22k a year not 6k a year not sure your point here
HaroFreestyler26/02/2020 15:59

Average UK mileage is something like 8k a year now, and from your earlier …Average UK mileage is something like 8k a year now, and from your earlier post it seems you drive everywhere, school, shops etc. Do you never walk or cycle? Genuine question, not being a hippie vegan type.


Yes walk all the time aswell locally and do quite a bit running probably more like fast walking as I help out a lot as a volunteer with youth football. Busy everyday with children, work etc I’m sure most do the same thing day to day. The only point I was making about the deal is it doesn’t make sense at 6k mileage if you take into consideration the total cost, vehicle specification. It’s more of a niche option to some rather than a hot deal
BMW not getting love then?
This isn’t a great deal because there’s plenty of good PCP deals on- they were advertised at £449p/m with £449 down but I was offered a plus pack 530d (albeit saloon) for £399 with £2k down on 8k miles, which works out a very similar price to this except with equity at the end- I’m a fan of leasing and lease my current car but there’s better deals out there.
jonas.ali26/02/2020 18:40

This isn’t a great deal because there’s plenty of good PCP deals on- they w …This isn’t a great deal because there’s plenty of good PCP deals on- they were advertised at £449p/m with £449 down but I was offered a plus pack 530d (albeit saloon) for £399 with £2k down on 8k miles, which works out a very similar price to this except with equity at the end- I’m a fan of leasing and lease my current car but there’s better deals out there.


Touring is significantly more expensive then saloon in lease. Besides, paying extra 100-150 a month will be same as paying higher deposit.
Also, most of the deals I have seen around 300 pm were for 520d or 520i. This one for same price is 530d which I think is decent. I haven't seen better deal so if there are I would be glad to see a link;-)
r7926/02/2020 18:44

Touring is significantly more expensive then saloon in lease. Besides, …Touring is significantly more expensive then saloon in lease. Besides, paying extra 100-150 a month will be same as paying higher deposit.


Well your deal works out £456p/m net On PCH compared to the £465 of mine on PCP. So you’d got the option of a 530d M Sport Saloon with the plus pack (which is worth another £3k) For £9 more a month where you’ve actually got equity in the car or a standard 530d Touring? It’s a no contest.
Don4326/02/2020 16:27

Yes walk all the time aswell locally and do quite a bit running probably …Yes walk all the time aswell locally and do quite a bit running probably more like fast walking as I help out a lot as a volunteer with youth football. Busy everyday with children, work etc I’m sure most do the same thing day to day. The only point I was making about the deal is it doesn’t make sense at 6k mileage if you take into consideration the total cost, vehicle specification. It’s more of a niche option to some rather than a hot deal


Again it’s all subjective. I do low miles and my car was significantly more than this one, but we need to swap the Mrs 320 so for me this is a good deal as a 530d touring appeals to me. The Mrs also only does low miles but I base the cars we have on what we want and how we use them rather than mileage. I’m an MTB coach with 2 kids so irrespective of miles this would be a good car for us and is well in budget.
jonas.ali26/02/2020 19:51

Well your deal works out £456p/m net On PCH compared to the £465 of mine o …Well your deal works out £456p/m net On PCH compared to the £465 of mine on PCP. So you’d got the option of a 530d M Sport Saloon with the plus pack (which is worth another £3k) For £9 more a month where you’ve actually got equity in the car or a standard 530d Touring? It’s a no contest.


I just don't want saloon. I have better car now and would not swap for 5series saloon. I'm looking for estate car.

Besides I know I would be better off if I buy 1-2 year old car with very low mileage rather then taking lease. I just put this deal here as it is very good deal if someone is looking for 530d touring lease.....
r7927/02/2020 08:09

I just don't want saloon. I have better car now and would not swap for …I just don't want saloon. I have better car now and would not swap for 5series saloon. I'm looking for estate car.Besides I know I would be better off if I buy 1-2 year old car with very low mileage rather then taking lease. I just put this deal here as it is very good deal if someone is looking for 530d touring lease.....


My deal wasn’t on a 1-2 year old car, it was straight from the factory- I see your point but I’m just pointing out it’s not a great deal (which can be seen by it being voted cold)...
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