Brand New BMW 335d Diesel M-SPORT XDrive 317 BHP Auto for £30694 at Broadspeed, Save £9636 off RRP of  £40330
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Brand New BMW 335d Diesel M-SPORT XDrive 317 BHP Auto for £30694 at Broadspeed, Save £9636 off RRP of £40330

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Found 11th Oct 2015
Brand new, top of the range BMW 335d M-sport Xdrive Auto diesel for almost 25% (10k) off list price at broadspeed. 4 wheel drive 317 BHP twin turbo diesel model with a range of metallic colours available for no extra (including Estoril Blue - the colour of my choice), and dakota leather.....excellent spec.

A quick look on Autotrader reveals 1 year old 335d's going for similar money to this. Seems like a good deal, thinking about going for this myself, seems a good alternative to leasing as these are usually around £10k to lease for a 2 year term.....so if I sell after a year of use and not lose anything that would be awesome!

-2016 model aswell

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a lot of money but good price
I assume there are no indicators on this?
axgod2

I assume there are no indicators on this?



Indicators are fitted, they can be operated by the big knob inside.
oddballjamie

Indicators are fitted, they can be operated by the big knob inside.



Yet rarely are
Hugely quick diesel, get one now before the EU takes all the fun away.
Fitted with emissions defeat software?
Oh dear, I guess they aren't selling very well.
Good price but, you'll need to add around £5k of extras to get this up to a decent spec. Once you've done that just go to the BMW used car website and you're likely to find a similar car with a few miles on for around 15% less
oddballjamie

Indicators are fitted, they can be operated by the big knob inside.



hahahaha
oddballjamie

Indicators are fitted, they can be operated by the big knob inside.



Think you'll find normal people drive BMW's now....Audi's are now the current car of choice for the 'no indicators' and magnetic front bumper brigade...
Is the car tax fixed or likely to end up being negotiable? whether you like it or not?
Look forward to seeing one of these rammed up my crease on the way to work at some point as the lorry Infront slowly crawls up a hill and the big tool in the rocket ship expects me to sprout wings and get out way. BMW showrooms should have kn0b-dars fitted to prevent idiots from buying these...but I guess that'll be extra does look nice though and that extra 10k can go towards a conservatory. Win win!
Absolute belting deal! Cracking car to drive.

Hot.
afroylnt

Is the car tax fixed or likely to end up being negotiable? whether you … Is the car tax fixed or likely to end up being negotiable? whether you like it or not?


Is it on any car?...
Heat Sink

hahahaha



​Do i detect a hint of jealousy?
extensive options list oO
Cheers ordered as a runabout.
For road use this is all the performance you'll ever need. Seriously rapid cars. The auto gearbox is a joy on these and in Estoril Blue they look the business, though for something a little more subtle they do a nice metallic grey as well.

I'd be ticking the M Sport Plus pack and adaptive suspension (n.b. on the X drive cars they don't come with M sport suspension, as the 4WD mechanism raises the ride height or something like that, thus you get normal suspension, that's why adaptive suspension is an absolute must apparently!) as the minimum on this if I weren't moving house soon.

The price discount, which is common on cars costing that sort of money, is exactly why when looking at lease deals people should consider the real cost to buy vs the leasing costs, not the RRP, as only fools pay the RRP nowadays.

As a BMW owner myself I take some pleasure in letting folks out of junctions and always indicating. The worst drivers on the road for me though are probably those in company motors, like Insignias and Passats (obviously that's just my opinion though).


Edited by: "Scorpion" 12th Oct 2015
In my experiece, as many Corsa's, Punto's, Fiesta's and Yaris's fail to use indicators as BMW's and Audi's. The higher end cars just seem to bring out the jealousy in people in discussion forums.

It's similar to being cut off by as many normal cars as taxi's but people remember the taxi drivers quicker because they're easier to stereotype.
marathonic

In my experiece, as many Corsa's, Punto's, Fiesta's and Yaris's fail to … In my experiece, as many Corsa's, Punto's, Fiesta's and Yaris's fail to use indicators as BMW's and Audi's. The higher end cars just seem to bring out the jealousy in people in discussion forums.It's similar to being cut off by as many normal cars as taxi's but people remember the taxi drivers quicker because they're easier to stereotype.



​hear, hear
marathonic

In my experiece, as many Corsa's, Punto's, Fiesta's and Yaris's fail to … In my experiece, as many Corsa's, Punto's, Fiesta's and Yaris's fail to use indicators as BMW's and Audi's. The higher end cars just seem to bring out the jealousy in people in discussion forums.It's similar to being cut off by as many normal cars as taxi's but people remember the taxi drivers quicker because they're easier to stereotype.


Agreed. I've owned a BMW and still have an Audi, driving like a tit is nothing to do with the car you drive, just the person who drives it. ...and yes, I'm certain some of the comments are just jealousy.
I have the petrol version of this and would miss the noise too much! Great deal for a cracking motor
Great price but more Extra's than the Braveheart movie..... Seriously considering this....
Very Quick Car with good economy, I'd choose white though
Worth buying one of these because each one comes with a special permit to park in disabled bays.
hotukdealz

Very Quick Car with good economy, I'd choose white though



Don't forget to tick the Male Chest Epilator extras option

BMW diesels are seriously torquey engines. mid-range, this thing will be rapid when you plonk your foot. I miss my brother working for them; I'm now being middle-aged in our very sensible Honda Jazz.

One thing you might want to be wary of is resale seeing as diesels are pretty filthy pollutants and the government have finally noticed. There's chat of heavy taxing and incentives in the coming years to get them off the road.
Scorpion

The worst drivers on the road for me though are probably those in company … The worst drivers on the road for me though are probably those in company motors, like Insignias and Passats (obviously that's just my opinion though).



Don't forget to include BMW's in your company car list - wannabe company car choice of the masses.
marathonic

In my experiece, as many Corsa's, Punto's, Fiesta's and Yaris's fail to … In my experiece, as many Corsa's, Punto's, Fiesta's and Yaris's fail to use indicators as BMW's and Audi's. The higher end cars just seem to bring out the jealousy in people in discussion forums.It's similar to being cut off by as many normal cars as taxi's but people remember the taxi drivers quicker because they're easier to stereotype.


You are bang on, general inconsiderate driving isn't restricted to the German marques.
jonesinamillion

Fitted with emissions defeat software?



I doubt if BMW have made such a pig’s ear of it as VW, but whatever they've done, their diesel engines will still pump out noxious chemicals that harm human health.
Just for awareness, Broadspeed offer good prices, they do ask for their cut of the deal upfront, paid directly to them not the dealer, unlike other brokers (such as Carfile), as well as having to give the dealer a deposit too.

I ordered a car with them, had to pay £1500 upfront to get the deal, and then unfortunately due to issues with my job had to cancel the order, Broadspeed elected to trouser the money, their prerogative of course, but has made me think twice about ever using them again as they'd not really done a huge amount to justify holding on to all that money beyond putting me in touch with a dealer.

It's their business model in fairness, just be sure that you won't need to cancel because you have no comeback if you do.
Scandal aside, I think Audi provides more kit for the money.Good deal nevertheless!
Cracking price for this. Voted hot
mikeyw

Don't forget to include BMW's in your company car list - wannabe company … Don't forget to include BMW's in your company car list - wannabe company car choice of the masses.


In my experience BMWs aren't normally company cars for the masses, because they're a bit too expensive. Out of all my friends with company cars most cost sub £25k new.
djtrades

Scandal aside, I think Audi provides more kit for the money.Good deal … Scandal aside, I think Audi provides more kit for the money.Good deal nevertheless!


Audi's certainly nicer cars in terms of kit and finish. BMWs are better to drive and have better engines in general though.

May be better off going to your local dealer and get them to match it, I think I read somewhere you can also get another £500 taking out finance with BMW Financial Services

The Governor

Just for awareness, Broadspeed offer good prices, they do ask for their … Just for awareness, Broadspeed offer good prices, they do ask for their cut of the deal upfront, paid directly to them not the dealer, unlike other brokers (such as Carfile), as well as having to give the dealer a deposit too.I ordered a car with them, had to pay £1500 upfront to get the deal, and then unfortunately due to issues with my job had to cancel the order, Broadspeed elected to trouser the money, their prerogative of course, but has made me think twice about ever using them again as they'd not really done a huge amount to justify holding on to all that money beyond putting me in touch with a dealer.It's their business model in fairness, just be sure that you won't need to cancel because you have no comeback if you do.

Scorpion

In my experience BMWs aren't normally company cars for the masses, … In my experience BMWs aren't normally company cars for the masses, because they're a bit too expensive. Out of all my friends with company cars most cost sub £25k new.


320i It is!
marathonic

In my experiece, as many Corsa's, Punto's, Fiesta's and Yaris's fail to … In my experiece, as many Corsa's, Punto's, Fiesta's and Yaris's fail to use indicators as BMW's and Audi's. The higher end cars just seem to bring out the jealousy in people in discussion forums.It's similar to being cut off by as many normal cars as taxi's but people remember the taxi drivers quicker because they're easier to stereotype.



Most serious case of 'greengrocer's apostrophe' seen to date!
All that money, all that power, all that prestige!

All smiles as I sail past you when it snows.
Q-Tec

All that money, all that power, all that prestige!All smiles as I sail … All that money, all that power, all that prestige!All smiles as I sail past you when it snows.



4 wheel drive (xdrive), watch as you're choking on my diesel fumes in the snow.
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