BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo Hatchback 630i M Sport 5dr Auto 2 year lease 8000mpa @ Yes Lease - £3,121 deposit / £347pm x 23 months = £11,097
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BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo Hatchback 630i M Sport 5dr Auto 2 year lease 8000mpa @ Yes Lease - £3,121 deposit / £347pm x 23 months = £11,097

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Found 5th Apr
£3121 deposit followed by 23 payments of £347. Seems to be Business Users only. Not for everyone but good price compared to other recent lease deals here
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With business users only I’d imagine it is exclusive of VAT. So add another £2.5k for individual lease.
No, prices are VAT inclusive, £289.00 + VAT monthly rentals
£2601.00 + VAT initial rental
8k PA for a business user. yeah right...
That pic looks like the 3 series gran turismo
expensive deal in terms of the money you pay over 2 years with respect to depreciation
It is the 6gt in the pic, which is just a bigger 3gt
List price is £51840, so equivalent to 21% depreciation over 2 years
There's a £250+ VAT fee that doesn't seem to be in the total.

If you like this car (it's not my cup of tea btw), then this looks like a slightly better deal

whatcar.com/car…79/

Obviously other cheaper forms of motoring are available.
Good price for a £51k car
ChrisClare49 m ago

That pic looks like the 3 series gran turismo


I think it's the right photo. Here's another angle.
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It's not a good looking car.
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BMW make superb cars.

If you bought this you'd loose more in two years so hot 🔥
Edited by: "deleted1032520" 5th Apr
Just looked into the specs and this car is actually a 2.0 turbo. Very surprising and a little upsetting
Bbbbrrrrrrrr its cold.
What an ugly car. a 6 series is a coupe based on the chassis of a 5 series which is a 4 door. So this is a 4 door based on a 2 door based on a 4 door. Confused yet?
One seriously fugly car.

What have they done to the 6 series??
6 series coupe is a lovely car but this is not exactly a looker. If price was the same for the coupe i'd bite. The audi s4 deal posted yesterday was more appealing. Soz.
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alexc1001 h, 8 m ago

Just looked into the specs and this car is actually a 2.0 turbo. Very …Just looked into the specs and this car is actually a 2.0 turbo. Very surprising and a little upsetting


272bhp mated with THE best gearbox so still quick.
deleted10325205th Apr

272bhp mated with THE best gearbox so still quick.


Debatable. 60 in over 6 seconds gives it the same pace as a mid spec Vauxhall Astra.

I’m a BMW purest though. Mine has six cylinders, two turbos and eight gears so it sounds and performs like a proper car
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alexc10053 m ago

Debatable. 60 in over 6 seconds gives it the same pace as a mid spec …Debatable. 60 in over 6 seconds gives it the same pace as a mid spec Vauxhall Astra.I’m a BMW purest though. Mine has six cylinders, two turbos and eight gears so it sounds and performs like a proper car


The fastest Vauxhall Astra available only just manages 6 seconds so that's a huge exaggeration!

All recent bmw autos have 8 gears....even my 335 diesel does.
Edited by: "deleted1032520" 5th Apr
deleted10325205th Apr

The fastest Vauxhall Astra available only just manages 6 seconds so that's …The fastest Vauxhall Astra available only just manages 6 seconds so that's a huge exaggeration!All recent bmw autos have 8 gears....even my 335 diesel does.


The Astra 1.6 t, which is middle of the range, hits 60 in 6.6. What did I exaggerate about?
branx772 h, 59 m ago

One seriously fugly car.What have they done to the 6 series??


As I understand it, the 8 series marque is coming back and will become the new large luxury coupe. I'm not quite sure what they are going to do with the 6 series but the signs are not good looking at this monstrosity.

I understand the concept of the GT line but the execution is just so bad, its looks horrible which negates what Im sure is an otherwise fantastic car. At this price range you want it to be either beautiful, aggressive, or classically simple. This is none of these.

For example, Not sure why anyone would buy a 3 Series GT over a Touring (for space) or 4 series for style.
alexc1001 h, 35 m ago

Debatable. 60 in over 6 seconds gives it the same pace as a mid spec …Debatable. 60 in over 6 seconds gives it the same pace as a mid spec Vauxhall Astra.I’m a BMW purest though. Mine has six cylinders, two turbos and eight gears so it sounds and performs like a proper car


A true purest doesn't have a turbo engine.
They either have a straight 6 or v8, though v10 is welcome.
Oneday7743 m ago

A true purest doesn't have a turbo engine.They either have a straight 6 or …A true purest doesn't have a turbo engine.They either have a straight 6 or v8, though v10 is welcome.


Hardly anyone makes non-turbo cars anymore, it just doesn't make sense financially as they simply make your v6 or v8 even faster. A straight v10 has now been replaced by a v8 with turbo in the M5 for example. Its a big shame as obviously a naturally aspirated car will nearly always be better then one with a turbo even if the headline total bhp output is similar
My God, that is one seriously ugly car, were the designers at the Oktoberfest when they came up with that monstrosity? You'd have to pay me to lease that thing.
RedmanDealer4 h, 14 m ago

Hardly anyone makes non-turbo cars anymore, it just doesn't make sense …Hardly anyone makes non-turbo cars anymore, it just doesn't make sense financially as they simply make your v6 or v8 even faster. A straight v10 has now been replaced by a v8 with turbo in the M5 for example. Its a big shame as obviously a naturally aspirated car will nearly always be better then one with a turbo even if the headline total bhp output is similar


No such thing as a "straight v10" the straight refers to the engine layout. A straight 6 will have 6 cylinders lined up in one block. A v6 will be 2 blocks of 3 cylinders mated together, yes its very rough compared to a straight 6 which you could place a penny ontop and it wouldn't fall. On the otherhand a v6 requires counterweights to negate the effect of essentially 2 3 cylinder blocks making one engine really rough. Don't even think about balancing anything on a v engine.
Business users only hmmmmmmm 11 grand for two years no wonder all the prices are going up these days !!!
gpawan2 h, 7 m ago

No such thing as a "straight v10" the straight refers to the engine …No such thing as a "straight v10" the straight refers to the engine layout. A straight 6 will have 6 cylinders lined up in one block. A v6 will be 2 blocks of 3 cylinders mated together, yes its very rough compared to a straight 6 which you could place a penny ontop and it wouldn't fall. On the otherhand a v6 requires counterweights to negate the effect of essentially 2 3 cylinder blocks making one engine really rough. Don't even think about balancing anything on a v engine.


By ‘straight v10’ I’m pretty sure he means NA engine as opposed to turbo, not ten cylinders in a row
alexc1008 h, 56 m ago

The Astra 1.6 t, which is middle of the range, hits 60 in 6.6. What did I …The Astra 1.6 t, which is middle of the range, hits 60 in 6.6. What did I exaggerate about?


No, not quite, the old 1.6t astra produces 180hp with a good 0-60 time of 7.9 seconds, quite a bit slower than 6.6, the astra needs around 240bhp to get that figure down to 6 seconds mainly due to the weight.

If it's the new astra it gives 200hp and the 1.6t is their flagship engine so is technically top of the range and has a price tag to suit.

6.6s is a fast car, average 0-60 time currently is still 11 seconds, and the performance cars that you can afford are only averaging 4 seconds to 60, your closer to that than you think nowadays.
Edited by: "bubblin77" 6th Apr
bubblin771 h, 8 m ago

No, not quite, the old 1.6t astra produces 180hp with a good 0-60 time of …No, not quite, the old 1.6t astra produces 180hp with a good 0-60 time of 7.9 seconds, quite a bit slower than 6.6, the astra needs around 240bhp to get that figure down to 6 seconds mainly due to the weight.If it's the new astra it gives 200hp and the 1.6t is their flagship engine so is technically top of the range and has a price tag to suit.6.6s is a fast car, average 0-60 time currently is still 11 seconds, and the performance cars that you can afford are only averaging 4 seconds to 60, your closer to that than you think nowadays.


The flagship Astra engine is the 2.0 from the VXR line. The 1.6 sits firmly below this - not top, not bottom - therefore making it middle of the range.

Not really sure why everyone’s disagreeing about this
Edited by: "alexc100" 6th Apr
RedmanDealer6th Apr

Hardly anyone makes non-turbo cars anymore, it just doesn't make sense …Hardly anyone makes non-turbo cars anymore, it just doesn't make sense financially


Nothing to do with manufactuer finances. Because vehicle taxation in Europe is now based on CO2 emissions, manufacturers naturally optimise their engines to achieve the lowest possible CO2.
alexc1004 h, 48 m ago

The flagship Astra engine is the 2.0 from the VXR line. The 1.6 sits …The flagship Astra engine is the 2.0 from the VXR line. The 1.6 sits firmly below this - not top, not bottom - therefore making it middle of the range. Not really sure why everyone’s disagreeing about this


Can't believe an Astra vxr and a BMW GT are being spoken about in the same sentence. Agreed the Astra does the 0 to 60 in 6 odd seconds, but in comparison a La Ferrari has 4 wheels as does a Ford Fiesta. End of point...
marcussimmonite19 m ago

Can't believe an Astra vxr and a BMW GT are being spoken about in the same …Can't believe an Astra vxr and a BMW GT are being spoken about in the same sentence. Agreed the Astra does the 0 to 60 in 6 odd seconds, but in comparison a La Ferrari has 4 wheels as does a Ford Fiesta. End of point...


This all stemmed from my original comment about this car having a measly 2 litre engine under a 630 badge. Sign of the times I suppose
Edited by: "alexc100" 6th Apr
alexc1007 h, 17 m ago

This all stemmed from my original comment about this car having a measly 2 …This all stemmed from my original comment about this car having a measly 2 litre engine under a 630 badge. Sign of the times I suppose


Thats where marketing got involved and tried to upsell the cars. IMO its a good engine (still develops a lot of horses) but whether it deserves a x30 badge is a different matter. You can get similar performance by chipping the stock 2.0L 190 option. What they seemed to have done is got rid of all the ×23, x25 & x28s pushed the x30 down the scale and pushed the x40 and x50 as the big engined non-M option
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