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BMW 730d SE auto (£20,005 discount) £38205 @ drivethedeal.com
BMW 730d SE auto  (£20,005 discount) £38205 @ drivethedeal.com

BMW 730d SE auto (£20,005 discount) £38205 @ drivethedeal.com

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Drivethedeal have some huge discounts off BMW list price.

BMW 730dSE auto Was £58,275 now £38,005! thats a whopping £20,005 off list price

Other big discounts available across the range until 30th June

251 Comments

Picture doesn't look like a 7!

Original Poster

Think you are right, it looks like a 5 series but they have big discounts on them as well. not sure how to change the pic sorry

Great cars & heated up but I wonder how much cheaper it'll work out against a 'garage' deal when all the usual desirable options are selected. You can, for example, buy a relatively new reputable small car for the price of the merino leather upholstery option on this. So standard upholstery and a spare car in the garage might be a better option.

Thanks op just bought one, have some heat

Banned

Indicators optional extra.

Heat must save for this
Then sav for extras but 20k saving Wow

Quidco available?

Can anyone lend me 38k?

DappaDonDave

Quidco available?

No TopCashBack is.....

LoRdPlOps111

Can anyone lend me 38k?



No problem, just pm me your bank details, password and address.

LoRdPlOps111

Can anyone lend me 38k?


Your Dad

Darzen

No problem, just pm me your bank details, password and address.


A copy of your passport and NI number too

that's definitely a picture of a 7 series

It's a 7. The side indicator straddles the door and wing. Other than that 7s and 5s look very similar.

Sid Harper

Picture doesn't look like a 7!



Its a 7. Looks ugly enough.

Banned

Sure that's not a cavalier in the picture?

lol. don't think many BMW drivers opt for this extra (or know where it is)

damo1972

Indicators optional extra.



About as funny as the fact you're seething with jealousy on an online bargaining forum ;).

http://carleasingmadesimple.com/images/models/512x384/56478/bmw-7-series-diesel-saloon_3-4door.jpg

Imgonna take one

TyrantJB

About as funny as the fact you're seething with jealousy on an online … About as funny as the fact you're seething with jealousy on an online bargaining forum ;).



Maybe, but only yesterday two BMW drivers and no others made me stop and sit like a lemon at a roundabout because they just can't be arsed to indicate where they are going, when roundabouts are specifically designed to keep the traffic flowing if people aren't selfish idiots. A pet hate of mine.

I like this car and the discounted A8 last week but it's just hard to buy one if you can have an S class. Mercedes know they own this group and always have. 7 Series is next best thing though, especially at this price.

vulcanproject

Maybe, but only yesterday two BMW drivers and no others made me stop and … Maybe, but only yesterday two BMW drivers and no others made me stop and sit like a lemon at a roundabout because they just can't be arsed to indicate where they are going, when roundabouts are specifically designed to keep the traffic flowing if people aren't selfish idiots. A pet hate of mine.I like this car and the discounted A8 last week but it's just hard to buy one if you can have an S class. Mercedes know they own this group and always have. 7 Series is next best thing though, especially at this price.



Personally, I've seen a trend of new Ford Focus drivers acting like ar5eholes. I drive a BMW and I am a great driver, even if I do say so myself. I indicate, I am accommodating and I don't like to make other people feel unsafe on the road.

Can fully understand the contempt though, aot of divvy drivers on the road.

Laughing out loud at arrogant multitude of BMW and other luxury car drivers drivers having arrogant mindset about "owning" and flashing off cars which they cannot afford to pay off in full , and when 90% of them are mere leases i.e. rentals

BMW = Batter My Wallet

TyrantJB

Personally, I've seen a trend of new Ford Focus drivers acting like … Personally, I've seen a trend of new Ford Focus drivers acting like ar5eholes. I drive a BMW and I am a great driver, even if I do say so myself. I indicate, I am accommodating and I don't like to make other people feel unsafe on the road.Can fully understand the contempt though, aot of divvy drivers on the road.



It used to be BMWs were driven by the minority of drivers.
Now Ford drivers are the minority, maybe the arrogance has switched too?

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TyrantJB

About as funny as the fact you're seething with jealousy on an online … About as funny as the fact you're seething with jealousy on an online bargaining forum ;).

could actually afford to buy a few cash, but don't see any value in them, and have no need to prove my status in life!

Do they do it in candy pink ?

Prob better to buy 2nd hand as they lose a lot in first year, but if you can afford it why not! My max budget this year for a new car was£6000 lol!

KINGYFUN

BMW = Batter My Wallet


Nope bob Marley and the wailers !! Or bat mans wil he

Objectively a good car but no self-respecting grown up wants to be seen to have chosen a BMW, hence you see few 7 Series around..

ppatto

Nope bob Marley and the wailers !! Or bat mans wil he



bum my wallet

Besford

Objectively a good car but no self-respecting grown up wants to be seen … Objectively a good car but no self-respecting grown up wants to be seen to have chosen a BMW, hence you see few 7 Series around..



Why wouldn't I as a self respecting adult, want to be seen in a BMW

You do realise depreciation on 7's are horrendous, soon as its on the road you may as well take 30k off. You can buy them at this price from a dealer.
Edited by: "Jim_Bob_Beers" 21st Jun 2014

adamc11

Why wouldn't I as a self respecting adult, want to be seen in a BMW



I think there's slot of pent-up jealousy here. I wish I had £38,000 to spend on a quality car, regardless of the manufacturer, but just because I can't afford one doesn't make it a bad deal or make the drivers of these cars deficient in some way.

snapdragon

7 series drivers are usually OK (like Audi A8), it's the ones in the … 7 series drivers are usually OK (like Audi A8), it's the ones in the low-end models that have all but replaced the 'bread & butter' which was previously fulfilled by Ford and Vauxhall that never signal and cut in front of you.



fair enough, it is usually the 3 and 5 series who are the worst.

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grumman

I think there's slot of pent-up jealousy here. I wish I had £38,000 to … I think there's slot of pent-up jealousy here. I wish I had £38,000 to spend on a quality car, regardless of the manufacturer, but just because I can't afford one doesn't make it a bad deal or make the drivers of these cars deficient in some way.

why do you need £38,000, you can buy a quality car for well under £20,000. I think people are mistaking quality, for a status symbol. I have no problem with people who want to pay well over the odds for a name / status symbol. Most tend to be company cars. But nothing more makes me smile when you see a driver of a flash car, buying smart price food, and returning to there small house!

snotty667

Laughing out loud at arrogant multitude of BMW and other luxury car … Laughing out loud at arrogant multitude of BMW and other luxury car drivers drivers having arrogant mindset about "owning" and flashing off cars which they cannot afford to pay off in full , and when 90% of them are mere leases i.e. rentals



Laughing out loud at a stupid comment. Wealth is of course relative and if you do have £38k to buy a car outright every three or four years and not feel the impact of that sort of outlay then great good luck to you, but assuming the majority of the population probably can't do that what on earth is wrong with a lease, rental, PCP, hire purchase etc etc. Quite apart from anything else UK car dealers would likely grind to a halt if it had to rely on outright cash sales alone, if a lease, rental or personal contract puts someone in a car that might be their hearts desire then absolutely why not, particularly if you can broker a good deal. As it happens I am fortunate enough to have the means to buy this car outright if I chose to do so but I simply wouldn't dream of knocking a sizeable hole in hard earned savings when there are other far more sensible buying options available.




Edited by: "sabreliner" 21st Jun 2014


damo1972

why do you need £38,000, you can buy a quality car for well under … why do you need £38,000, you can buy a quality car for well under £20,000. I think people are mistaking quality, for a status symbol. I have no problem with people who want to pay well over the odds for a name / status symbol. Most tend to be company cars. But nothing more makes me smile when you see a driver of a flash car, buying smart price food, and returning to there small house!



So cant buy a car like this if they have a small car?
Edited by: "quadkon" 21st Jun 2014

kman0013

Your Dad



I can but you'll have to work for me and earn me £100k!

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quadkon

So cant buy a car like this if they have a small car?

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