BMW z4 SDrive18i £6373 discount - now £21367!! @ Broadspeed
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BMW z4 SDrive18i £6373 discount - now £21367!! @ Broadspeed

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Found 26th Oct 2014
BMW z4 SDrive18i Roadster down to £21,367 @ Broadspeed.

Other deals on Z4s available with even more discount further up the range.

These are UK cars and Broadspeed put you in touch with the UK supplying dealer.

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With the new TT now starting at £30k, this is a great alternative. Especially as the open top TT will be more like £32k and no discounts will be available for awhile.

Voted hot for the price but can't help wondering if one of the small japanese sports cars would be more fun, reliable, practical and cheaper. It certainly doesn't look like a car that only costs £21k though.

Gozer

With the new TT now starting at £30k, this is a great alternative.


I have not voted and am unable to contribute to any discussion on the merits of the TT versus the Z4, as I am not a hairdresser.

Uh oh, not another BMW driver on the road

Edited by: "darthvader666uk" 26th Oct 2014

Banned

Have some heat, really tempted.

Lovely car (I'm a real BMW fan). However, not sure if the x18i engine is suited to the chassis. Its not very sporty or powerful imo. Good deal though nevertheless

Baldricky

I have not voted and am unable to contribute to any discussion on the … I have not voted and am unable to contribute to any discussion on the merits of the TT versus the Z4, as I am not a hairdresser.


And you're certainly not a Jeremy Clarkson fan, are you?

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BM12

Lovely car (I'm a real BMW fan). However, not sure if the x18i engine is … Lovely car (I'm a real BMW fan). However, not sure if the x18i engine is suited to the chassis. Its not very sporty or powerful imo. Good deal though nevertheless



Its the entry level car. Theres bigger discounts avail further up the range.

We've an SDrive2.0i Turbo at the moment, but with these prices we're making an appointment to look at figures for a SDrive28i or 35iS.

My wife has arthritis so an auto is in order, but maybe with a step up in power

Good for our resident hair dressers.

Nice

Ordered a couple for banger racing, in the garden!:{

i wonder how much the ex-demonstrators are

Cheaper at tesco with a code (new account required).

18i is more about just having a two seater convertible than anything resembling a performance car. Bit like the MX5.

The 20i is really a much better engine to have TBH, not appreciably worse on tax or fuel but with that little bit more performance that at least delivers something of a sporty feel with probably stronger resale value too for it.

This is the old age argument of having a basic BMW or a second hand/fully loaded car from a less obvious 'badge'. Which seems all the more hilarious when I say my choice would be err....a used Porsche Coxster. Can't escape the image issues with these things

darthvader666uk

Uh oh, not another BMW driver on the road



We're not all divvies!

http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m5i82qs3yg1rr7wnno1_400.jpg

because my comment got deleted...

I don't get this place, posted this and it went cold? 15k saving.

hotukdeals.com/dea…285

Same shape car & better engine.

Not voted either way.

Edited by: "Jonsmyname" 26th Oct 2014

bonzobanana

Voted hot for the price but can't help wondering if one of the small … Voted hot for the price but can't help wondering if one of the small japanese sports cars would be more fun, reliable, practical and cheaper. It certainly doesn't look like a car that only costs £21k though.



You could go for a 370z for speed and reliability

As a hairdresser and been lucky enough to have both from new in my life, I'd say it's a good deal.... How ever not really digging the new shape TT they making it more chunky and square to take it away from us Hairdressers haha.
I'm happy now with my Evoque.

*space reserved for mandatory 'BMWs don't have working indicators' comment*

TyrantJB

We're not all divvies!



you know, its true, I have encounter 7 good BMW drivers. I assumed they were rentals or they were new to them

darthvader666uk

Uh oh, not another BMW driver on the road

Wonder if this one comes with a copy of the highway code and working indicators?Proper hairdressers chav car.

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rudey

i wonder how much the ex-demonstrators are



More expensive....

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Jonsmyname

I don't get this place, posted this and it went cold? 15k saving. … I don't get this place, posted this and it went cold? 15k saving. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bmw-z4-35-with-15k-saving-30-discount-31966-00-buyacar-co-uk-1910285Same shape car & better engine. Not voted either way.



I listed the 35iS variant deal there too and it hasnt caught peoples imagination - better engine, much bigger discount. Strange.

hotukdeals.com/dea…204

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vulcanproject

18i is more about just having a two seater convertible than anything … 18i is more about just having a two seater convertible than anything resembling a performance car. Bit like the MX5.The 20i is really a much better engine to have TBH, not appreciably worse on tax or fuel but with that little bit more performance that at least delivers something of a sporty feel with probably stronger resale value too for it. This is the old age argument of having a basic BMW or a second hand/fully loaded car from a less obvious 'badge'. Which seems all the more hilarious when I say my choice would be err....a used Porsche Coxster. Can't escape the image issues with these things



Yeah its the entry level car, but you've that fun roof and its a decent car. Convertibles for me arent about all out performance - more about handling and buzzing along country roads.

Most fun i ever had was in a 1.6 litre 1989 mx5 which hardly set the world on fire with its performance
Edited by: "pgilc1" 26th Oct 2014

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montana78

You could go for a 370z for speed and reliability



For over £10K more....

This is for the price of a Focus diesel

pgilc1

I listed the 35iS variant deal there too and it hasnt caught peoples … I listed the 35iS variant deal there too and it hasnt caught peoples imagination - better engine, much bigger discount. Strange.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bmw-z4-35is-13-903-off-price-now-32047-broadspeed-2033204#post23158344




I just voted the 35is deal over 100 for you. Great engine and discounts on 35is, though the Z4 does feel it's age in the cabin compared to newer BMW's.

pgilc1

Yeah its the entry level car, but you've that fun roof and its a decent … Yeah its the entry level car, but you've that fun roof and its a decent car. Convertibles for me arent about all out performance - more about handling and buzzing along country roads.Most fun i ever had was in a 1.6 litre 1989 mx5 which hardly set the world on fire.



I understand there is a massive market for modest little convertibles like the Mazda.

This is a two seat purpose built RWD convertible 'sports' car so I would prefer and expect a little bit of pep as a minimum. I mean you bought something entirely impractical as it is so you may as well have your cake and eat it.

The slightly larger engine is really the one to have out the entire range, especially if you come to sell later. Still sensible enough for the boring people out there concerned about fuel economy in such a vehicle, but peppy enough that in a small car it won't be totally embarassed by every hot hatch going at the lights.

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vulcanproject

I understand there is a massive market for modest little convertibles … I understand there is a massive market for modest little convertibles like the Mazda.This is a two seat purpose built RWD convertible 'sports' car so I would prefer and expect a little bit of pep as a minimum. I mean you bought something entirely impractical as it is so you may as well have your cake and eat it. The slightly larger engine is really the one to have out the entire range, especially if you come to sell later. Still sensible enough for the boring people out there concerned about fuel economy in such a vehicle, but peppy enough that in a small car it won't be totally embarassed by every hot hatch going at the lights.



Yes and no doubt once they get you in, they'll encourage you to look further up the range.

We've the SDrive20i and its a cracking car.

Also from memory the SDrive18i is a detuned SDrive20i, so both 2.0 litre turbos.

Going to ring our local stealer tomorrow morning and see how close he can come to these prices with a view to chopping ours in for either a 28i or a 35i IF the figures work (Broadspeed are doing almost £14,000 off the 35iS. Last time they were coming within a couple of percent.

By the way I think there is an additional fee to Broadspeed of £199 over and above the web price

These and Audi tt aren't hairdressers cars,Im a hairdresser and wouldn't be seen dead in one.My assistant does have one though,This is a proper hairdressers assistants car
Edited by: "cobrastang" 26th Oct 2014

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cobrastang

These and Audi tt aren't hairdressers cars,Im a hairdresser and wouldn't … These and Audi tt aren't hairdressers cars,Im a hairdresser and wouldn't be seen dead in one.My assistant does have one though,Ehis is a proper hairdressers assistants car



Its a stereotype to say any convertible is a hairdressers car in the same way as its a stereotype to say all male hairdressers are gay.

So really its not a matter of "wouldnt be seen dead in one", its a matter of people making individual choices as to whats best for them in life.

Good deal I'll have to buy a couple..

Can't imagine anyone would be satisfied with what you would get for the basic £21,367.

Good price, great looking car. Try not to go nuts with options though or the price could easily be 30k.

pgilc1

For over £10K more....This is for the price of a Focus diesel



oh. I never bought a brand new car. Usually Autotrader does it for me. And I'd never pay £21k for a Focus. ouch

Shame on the engine ... straight six should be the minimum fitted to any Beemer

rather under powered, mate had a z4 nothing worth talking about except the over price servicing charges, my golf has more go in it. ok if all you want is a rag top with a badge. I believe these are over price and one could do much better with as mentioned above small jap 2 seater

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R1cbm

Shame on the engine ... straight six should be the minimum fitted to any … Shame on the engine ... straight six should be the minimum fitted to any Beemer



Sadly they're all pretty much four pots now because of emissions. You previously got a 2.5 6 cyl with the entry level SDrive23i, now even the SDrive28i is a four pot.

They've done a decent job of dialling in some character and rortyness but its no 6 cyl.

Wifie had a 3.0Si Z4 Coupe in the previous model - fantastic engine.

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999kernow

rather under powered, mate had a z4 nothing worth talking about except … rather under powered, mate had a z4 nothing worth talking about except the over price servicing charges, my golf has more go in it. ok if all you want is a rag top with a badge. I believe these are over price and one could do much better with as mentioned above small jap 2 seater



They normally offer a 3 or 5 year servicing pack for a few hundred which keeps the costs sensible, like they do with the MINI.

I dont think they're selling them in anywhere near the numbers that BMW would like - hence the big discounts.
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