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Posted 13th Sep 2019

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Brand new BMW 5 SERIES Estate SAVE 23% 520i M Sport 5dr Auto.

Huge spec & M Sport body Kit suspension & alloys plus 8 speed auto gearbox & 184bhp motor.

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Free delivery & 3yr warranty

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  • Heated windscreen washer jets
  • Acoustic glazing
  • Electric front and rear windows with fingertip open/close + anti-trap facility and comfort closing
  • Independent opening for tailgate window
  • Rain sensor with automatic headlight activation
  • Automatic Stability Control (ASC)
  • CBC - (Cornering brake control)
  • Dynamic brake control
  • Dynamic Traction Control - DTC
  • Hill start assist
  • Brake assist function
  • Brake energy regeneration
  • Electronic brake force distribution
  • Engine drag torque control
  • Electromechanical parking brake with automatic drive away release and auto hold function
  • Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
  • DSC - Dynamic Stability Control
  • Carpets/Rugs
  • M specific floor mats
  • Chassis/Suspension
  • Anti roll bar front and rear
  • Drive performance control with ECO PRO comfort + sport mode
  • Voice control system
  • Driver Aids
  • BMW remote services
  • Active Guard incl speed limiting and lane departure functions with auto steering, and front collision warning with brake intervention
  • Speed limiting function
  • Powered tailgate operation
  • Driver Information
  • BMW emergency call
  • BMW Teleservices
  • Navigation System Professional Multimedia
  • On board computer
  • Outside temperature display
  • Service interval indicator
  • BMW Online services
  • Fuel consumption and range
  • Average speed gauge
  • Brake force display
  • iDrive touch controller with shortcut buttons
  • Journey computer
  • Oil sensor for level and grade
  • On-board diagnosis - OBD
  • Real time traffic information
  • 20GB hard disc drive (HDD) memory
  • BMW Live Cockpit Professional sat nav system including 10.25" high resolution display and Intelligent Voice Assistant
  • Control display - 10.25" colour touch sensitive display screen
  • Driving Mirrors
  • Auto dimming rear view mirror
  • Body coloured door mirrors
  • Interior rear view mirror with automatic anti dazzle function
  • Electrically adjustable and heated exterior mirrors includes integrated direction indicators
  • Petrol Particulate Filter
  • Entertainment
  • Auxiliary input socket
  • Bluetooth audio streaming
  • BMW professional radio/CD/MP3
  • DAB Digital radio
  • Favourite buttons
  • Body colour door handles
  • Body coloured bumpers
  • Body coloured side sills
  • Active air stream kidney grille
  • All round anti-corrosion system
  • Door sill inlays with illuminated BMW M designation
  • Left and right single chrome quadrilateral exhaust tailpipes
  • M designation on left and right front side panels
  • Door handle illumination
  • Door sill finishers with BMW designation
  • M aerodynamic bodystyling
  • Exterior Lights
  • Follow me home headlights
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED fog lights
  • Dynamic brake lights with LED technology
  • Interior Features
  • 12V power socket in rear
  • 12V socket in luggage compartment
  • 3 Spoke M sports leather steering wheel
  • Anthracite headlining
  • Multi-function controls for steering wheel
  • Through load system with 40/20/40 split folding rear seat
  • Battery in luggage with jump start facility
  • Lockable glove compartment with light
  • M specific key
  • M specific pedals
  • M specific steering wheel
  • 12V power socket in front and rear
  • Automatically retracting and lowering load cover
  • Front and rear armrests integrated in door trim + centre console includes storage compartment and rear centre armrest includes 2 cupholders
  • Front and rear cupholders x 2
  • Height and length adjustable steering column and activation via lateral lever on the steering column
  • Retractable luggage compartment dividing net
  • Interior Lights
  • Front and rear footwell lights
  • Ambient interior lighting with 6 selectable light designs
  • Driver/Passenger airbags (Impact dependent)
  • Front head restraints with anti-whiplash
  • Front passenger airbag deactivation
  • Three inertia reel rear seatbelts
  • Tyre pressure monitoring system
  • Warning triangle and first aid kit
  • Side impact protection
  • Child seat ISOFIX attachment rear outer seats
  • Deformation zones front and rear with door reinforcements and bumpers that regenerate
  • Head airbags for first and second row seats
  • Seat belts front inertia reel with pyrotechnical belt latch tensioner, belt force limiter and belt restrainer
  • Two tone horn
  • Crash Sensor - activation of central locking release, hazard warning light and interior lighting
  • Driver/front passenger, rear and side airbags
  • 3x3 point rear seatbelts
  • Rear headrests
  • 40/20/40 split folding rear seats with additional mechanism in luggage compartment
  • Locking wheel bolts
  • Remote central locking
  • Alarm system with remote control and engine immobiliser
  • Transmission
  • Automatic transmission with gearshift paddles
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goldfishtrad13/09/2019 18:44

Man how old is your 5 series? I have been driving them for 15 years now …Man how old is your 5 series? I have been driving them for 15 years now and every estate has had folding seats. Yep fun in the snow but great to drive any other time. The auto box is the best on the market.


Which bit of "saloon" confused you
DarrylJohn13/09/2019 18:12

Does the list just show every single part?Seats? Really? Lol


I can't see indicators listed though....
"acoustic glazing"

Great! I hate the heavy metal windows on most cars!
healthandsafety14/09/2019 09:01

Once the orders dry up they will soon change their minds about tarrifs!


BMW simply have to be competitive with other manufacturers. If all the prices go up 10%, BMW won't need to do anything, and we'll just have to pay more for our cars. Still, we'll be able to have bendy bananas again, which compensates.
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DarrylJohn13/09/2019 18:12

Does the list just show every single part?Seats? Really? Lol


can't see engine in list ... is that optional extra !!!!
harmageddon15/09/2019 11:27

can't see engine in list ... is that optional extra !!!!


Yes.the engine is optional.this version has a hole in the bottom to put your feet through and start running.for good braking I advise you to wear branded trainers with good grip.hope that helps.
plop9015/09/2019 11:17

I think that is only for Diesels and this is a Petrol, so no need to worry …I think that is only for Diesels and this is a Petrol, so no need to worry on this model.For what it’s worth, the quality of the materials inside and out on these cars is really excellent and BMW’s timeless design really won’t look dated in even 10 years. The options you’ll want will be expensive though!!


I'm afraid not. Diesel or petrol it's still in the big tax bracket. Purely price based now.
Edited by: "markymark34" 15th Sep 2019
markymark3415/09/2019 11:44

I'm afraid not. Diesel or petrol it's still in the big tax bracket. Purely …I'm afraid not. Diesel or petrol it's still in the big tax bracket. Purely priced based now.


I stand corrected.
Steering wheel? The picture is usually only 'representative'.
Also could not see if tyres were included, and these can be expensive.
Who needs to fold back seats nowadays? lol
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I can think of better ways to waste 20k(5 years depreciation + maintenance)...
If you take this offer, and you are worth less than 100k, you have issues
plop9015/09/2019 11:17

It’s double glazed, to reduce road noise!


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Come on BMW where's Android Auto? Should be standard by now, I know you say it's coming but get on with it eh.
gw3gon15/09/2019 12:14

I can think of better ways to waste 20k(5 years depreciation + …I can think of better ways to waste 20k(5 years depreciation + maintenance)...


Is 5 years of leasing/renting with nothing in the end better?

What if you leased for 10 years? Is that £40,000-50,000 down the drain?

I would rather get a really nice car for that sort of money long-term with re-sale capital than leasing mediocre £20-30k cars that are so common
Edited by: "gg1pl" 15th Sep 2019
.......remember, once you own this you will end up spending more on servicing than the value of the vehicle unless you intend to service yourself, and if anything fails after warranty, the parts will cost more than the value of the vehicle....... and the first 3 years will fly by and then you are on your own. If you cant afford the RRP then really you cant afford to run this. And tell me, where in the UK can you actually go out and enjoy driving this, our roads and motorways are all rubbish, pot hole ridden. This is not France with their big well maintained roads with little traffic. You will sit in traffic all day in this and you wont be able to park it anywhere due to its length.
Edited by: "MisterNippy" 15th Sep 2019
healthandsafety14/09/2019 09:01

Once the orders dry up they will soon change their minds about tarrifs!


True. Good job we have loads ok UK car makers to buy from in the meantime.....
GDB222214/09/2019 11:11

BMW simply have to be competitive with other manufacturers. If all the …BMW simply have to be competitive with other manufacturers. If all the prices go up 10%, BMW won't need to do anything, and we'll just have to pay more for our cars. Still, we'll be able to have bendy bananas again, which compensates.


Totally worth it. I'll pay 20% more for everything just for a bendy Banana
dapsycool15/09/2019 12:21

If you take this offer, and you are worth less than 100k, you have issues …If you take this offer, and you are worth less than 100k, you have issues


Doubt you are qualified to give financial advise.
gw3gon15/09/2019 12:14

I can think of better ways to waste 20k(5 years depreciation + …I can think of better ways to waste 20k(5 years depreciation + maintenance)...


Me too, but cocaine and hookers won't get you to work and back.
ollie8714/09/2019 14:00

Big car for an engine that gets less power than the Cooper S MINI



Must be the same B48 engine that’s in the latest Cooper S though?

We have the B48 in ours and it’s claimed output is 189bhp but dynos suggest they make a tad more than this, a remap takes them to 250bhp fairly safely which is the sort of power you would want in a 5 series estate, the base power will feel underpowered.
MisterNippy15/09/2019 13:25

.......remember, once you own this you will end up spending more on ….......remember, once you own this you will end up spending more on servicing than the value of the vehicle unless you intend to service yourself, and if anything fails after warranty, the parts will cost more than the value of the vehicle....... and the first 3 years will fly by and then you are on your own. If you cant afford the RRP then really you cant afford to run this. And tell me, where in the UK can you actually go out and enjoy driving this, our roads and motorways are all rubbish, pot hole ridden. This is not France with their big well maintained roads with little traffic. You will sit in traffic all day in this and you wont be able to park it anywhere due to its length.


What? crikey what sort of parts are you expecting to fail to cost more than the price of the vehicle? I appreciate the indicater stalk will fail due to seizing up through lack of usage but are you expecting the engine to fail on a regular basis?
Apologies if I've misunderstood (and for the age old indicator gag)

I do agree about road conditions here and whether this would be a sensible investment for many not that people ever seem to buy a car based on what's sufficient for the task.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 15th Sep 2019
This is a better deal than all those lease “deals”. I cannot get my head around leasing. You’re continually paying for a car when the depreciation is at its highest, then having to give it back and do the same all over again.

At least with this I know that I’ll keep it for 10-15 years and then sell it after that for a grand or 2.

Heat from me
plop9015/09/2019 11:17

It’s double glazed, to reduce road noise!


laminated glass rather than double glazed I believe. Bit like the windscreen.
Cold, not a lease car.
trickytree198415/09/2019 13:27

True. Good job we have loads ok UK car makers to buy from in the …True. Good job we have loads ok UK car makers to buy from in the meantime..... These are the main cars built in the UK. MINI – MINI, MINI Clubman and MINI Countryman, in Cowley, Oxford Honda – Civic and CR-V in Swindon Toyota – Auris, Auris hybrid and Avensis in Burnaston, Derbyshire Nissan – Juke, Qashqai, Note and Leaf and Infiniti Q30 in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear Lotus – Elise, Evora and Exige in Norfolk Aston Martin – DB9, Vantage, Rapide, Vanquish, and DB11 in Gaydon, Warwickshire Bentley Motors – Continental, Flying Spur and Mulsanne in Crewe, Cheshire Rolls Royce – Ghost and Wraith in Goodwood, West Sussex Jaguar – F-Pace and XE in Solihull, and F-type, XJ, XF and XE in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham Land Rover – Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque in Halewood, Merseyside, and Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and Land Rover Defender in Solihull, West Midlands Vauxhall – Astra at Ellesmere Port and Vivaro van in Luton


These are the main cars built in the UK.
MINI – MINI, MINI Clubman and MINI Countryman, in Cowley, Oxford
Honda – Civic and CR-V in Swindon
Toyota – Auris, Auris hybrid and Avensis in Burnaston, Derbyshire
Nissan – Juke, Qashqai, Note and Leaf and Infiniti Q30 in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear
Lotus – Elise, Evora and Exige in Norfolk
Aston Martin – DB9, Vantage, Rapide, Vanquish, and DB11 in Gaydon, Warwickshire
Bentley Motors – Continental, Flying Spur and Mulsanne in Crewe, Cheshire
Rolls Royce – Ghost and Wraith in Goodwood, West Sussex
Jaguar – F-Pace and XE in Solihull, and F-type, XJ, XF and XE in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham
Land Rover – Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque in Halewood, Merseyside, and Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and Land Rover Defender in Solihull, West Midlands
Vauxhall – Astra at Ellesmere Port and Vivaro van in Luton
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Laurie_Ballard15/09/2019 14:04

Must be the same B48 engine that’s in the latest Cooper S though?We have t …Must be the same B48 engine that’s in the latest Cooper S though?We have the B48 in ours and it’s claimed output is 189bhp but dynos suggest they make a tad more than this, a remap takes them to 250bhp fairly safely which is the sort of power you would want in a 5 series estate, the base power will feel underpowered.


its crying out for a 3L diesel...
Ontheup15/09/2019 14:19

These are the main cars built in the UK.MINI – MINI, MINI Clubman and MINI …These are the main cars built in the UK.MINI – MINI, MINI Clubman and MINI Countryman, in Cowley, OxfordHonda – Civic and CR-V in SwindonToyota – Auris, Auris hybrid and Avensis in Burnaston, DerbyshireNissan – Juke, Qashqai, Note and Leaf and Infiniti Q30 in Sunderland, Tyne and WearLotus – Elise, Evora and Exige in NorfolkAston Martin – DB9, Vantage, Rapide, Vanquish, and DB11 in Gaydon, WarwickshireBentley Motors – Continental, Flying Spur and Mulsanne in Crewe, CheshireRolls Royce – Ghost and Wraith in Goodwood, West SussexJaguar – F-Pace and XE in Solihull, and F-type, XJ, XF and XE in Castle Bromwich, BirminghamLand Rover – Discovery Sport and Range Rover Evoque in Halewood, Merseyside, and Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and Land Rover Defender in Solihull, West MidlandsVauxhall – Astra at Ellesmere Port and Vivaro van in Luton


Just so happens I am planning on a DB11 next.

You missed a couple of other every day options...

Noble
McLaren
TVR

On a serious note, there will only be British brands left in 5 years. All the other will pull out if Boris get to execute his plan. Hopefully there will be a deal and no tarrifs otherwise they will be off
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 15th Sep 2019
dont.mack.me.off15/09/2019 14:21

its crying out for a 3L diesel...


In 5 years or so the 3L S6 engines in the Non M models will be no more, especially when they can get 300bhp out of a 2L four pot.

Personally a big fan of the straight six but it’s going to be a thing of the past for the average BMW.
Edited by: "Laurie_Ballard" 15th Sep 2019
DeafCassette15/09/2019 14:13

This is a better deal than all those lease “deals”. I cannot get my head ar …This is a better deal than all those lease “deals”. I cannot get my head around leasing. You’re continually paying for a car when the depreciation is at its highest, then having to give it back and do the same all over again. At least with this I know that I’ll keep it for 10-15 years and then sell it after that for a grand or 2. Heat from me


Put simply, leasing is for people who want a brand new car every other year. If that's what they want then fair enough.

If you're happy to take a gamble on servicing and repairs over 15 years, again fair enough.

I'm posting as the owner of two cars, mechanically competent and do my own servicing and most repairs. I'd still look to try out a lease when I need to replace the family wagon though.
MisterNippy15/09/2019 13:25

.......remember, once you own this you will end up spending more on ….......remember, once you own this you will end up spending more on servicing than the value of the vehicle unless you intend to service yourself, and if anything fails after warranty, the parts will cost more than the value of the vehicle....... and the first 3 years will fly by and then you are on your own. If you cant afford the RRP then really you cant afford to run this. And tell me, where in the UK can you actually go out and enjoy driving this, our roads and motorways are all rubbish, pot hole ridden. This is not France with their big well maintained roads with little traffic. You will sit in traffic all day in this and you wont be able to park it anywhere due to its length.


do you always talk utter nonsense or is this your first time?
pluves115/09/2019 11:00

I own a BMW 535D M Sport Touring. For me I don't really like SUV's as …I own a BMW 535D M Sport Touring. For me I don't really like SUV's as personally I think they are overrated. Over the equivalent X5 my Touring will be up to 500kg lighter. It also sits lower to the road which gives better handling on the twisties - in fact my Touring sits lower than some Minis! I don't take my car off road (nor to many SUV drivers) so have no need for ground clearance. I hate caravans (although I do have a tow bar) so will not be pulling one - some SUV drivers specifically buy for the towing weight so with a SUV being heavier it can in theory tow a heavier load. If I need more space I add my roof bars and roof box for an additional 320 litres of space. I have a dog who is getting old. Whilst she can jump in the Touring she might struggle in an X5. Finally they are typically more expensive (same model, spec and year) so why spend more money on something I don't need? Just my view based on personal experience but, if you tow a caravan or live in the sticks then I get why you would go for an X5 or similar.


Although if you obtained your license after 1 Jan 1997, you will be limited to 3.5 tonnes for both caravan and towing vehicle, meaning you may find you cannot pull the caravan you want if your towing vehicle pushes the combined weight up considerably.
MisterNippy15/09/2019 13:25

.......remember, once you own this you will end up spending more on ….......remember, once you own this you will end up spending more on servicing than the value of the vehicle unless you intend to service yourself, and if anything fails after warranty, the parts will cost more than the value of the vehicle....... and the first 3 years will fly by and then you are on your own. If you cant afford the RRP then really you cant afford to run this. And tell me, where in the UK can you actually go out and enjoy driving this, our roads and motorways are all rubbish, pot hole ridden. This is not France with their big well maintained roads with little traffic. You will sit in traffic all day in this and you wont be able to park it anywhere due to its length.


You will end up spending more on any vehicle that the original price if you keep it long enough.

I have to assume this post was a joke.
MisterNippy15/09/2019 13:25

.......remember, once you own this you will end up spending more on ….......remember, once you own this you will end up spending more on servicing than the value of the vehicle unless you intend to service yourself, and if anything fails after warranty, the parts will cost more than the value of the vehicle....... and the first 3 years will fly by and then you are on your own. If you cant afford the RRP then really you cant afford to run this. And tell me, where in the UK can you actually go out and enjoy driving this, our roads and motorways are all rubbish, pot hole ridden. This is not France with their big well maintained roads with little traffic. You will sit in traffic all day in this and you wont be able to park it anywhere due to its length.


Utter nonsense
Bossworld15/09/2019 14:53

Put simply, leasing is for people who want a brand new car every other …Put simply, leasing is for people who want a brand new car every other year. If that's what they want then fair enough.If you're happy to take a gamble on servicing and repairs over 15 years, again fair enough.I'm posting as the owner of two cars, mechanically competent and do my own servicing and most repairs. I'd still look to try out a lease when I need to replace the family wagon though.



Who keeps a car 10 years anyway?

I’m bored after 3-4 years and want a new one anyway.

Our mini is PCP and will be going back once I can get rid, tempted to VT which should be about 8 months earlier than the end of the PCP.
184bhp and a fake M badge coooool not.
gg1pl15/09/2019 13:06

Is 5 years of leasing/renting with nothing in the end better? What if you …Is 5 years of leasing/renting with nothing in the end better? What if you leased for 10 years? Is that £40,000-50,000 down the drain?I would rather get a really nice car for that sort of money long-term with re-sale capital than leasing mediocre £20-30k cars that are so common


You are paying 30k for a 180hp school shuttle car. Do yourself and buy a used M4 for the same price if you want a BMW so badly.
gw3gon15/09/2019 16:23

You are paying 30k for a 180hp school shuttle car. Do yourself and buy a …You are paying 30k for a 180hp school shuttle car. Do yourself and buy a used M4 for the same price if you want a BMW so badly.


Are you saying M4 drivers have to take matters into their own hands as they can't find female companionship?
muckspreader115/09/2019 16:02

184bhp and a fake M badge coooool not.


M badge is real, can confirm. I was that M badge.
pluves115/09/2019 11:00

I own a BMW 535D M Sport Touring. For me I don't really like SUV's as …I own a BMW 535D M Sport Touring. For me I don't really like SUV's as personally I think they are overrated. Over the equivalent X5 my Touring will be up to 500kg lighter. It also sits lower to the road which gives better handling on the twisties - in fact my Touring sits lower than some Minis! I don't take my car off road (nor to many SUV drivers) so have no need for ground clearance. I hate caravans (although I do have a tow bar) so will not be pulling one - some SUV drivers specifically buy for the towing weight so with a SUV being heavier it can in theory tow a heavier load. If I need more space I add my roof bars and roof box for an additional 320 litres of space. I have a dog who is getting old. Whilst she can jump in the Touring she might struggle in an X5. Finally they are typically more expensive (same model, spec and year) so why spend more money on something I don't need? Just my view based on personal experience but, if you tow a caravan or live in the sticks then I get why you would go for an X5 or similar.


Thanks for the informative reply. I personally like the high ride that an suv gives but can understand what your saying. I do think bmw estates look particularly good but a lot of them just remind me of hearses. Agree the x3 x5 equivalents are much pricier and like you say, if you don't need it then what's the point. The m sport model looks particularly tasty aswell
Edited by: "mart321" 15th Sep 2019
Murgatr0yd15/09/2019 15:20

Although if you obtained your license after 1 Jan 1997, you will be …Although if you obtained your license after 1 Jan 1997, you will be limited to 3.5 tonnes for both caravan and towing vehicle, meaning you may find you cannot pull the caravan you want if your towing vehicle pushes the combined weight up considerably.


Hadn't realised that. Thanks for the info. However, I don't think may 24 year olds will a) want to tow a caravan b) probably can't afford to insure anything like a 535d as my insurance dictates no-one under 25 can drive it anyway. Those that do want to drive a caravan at that age simply need to take an additional test as far I now understand? B + E entitlement?
gg1pl15/09/2019 13:06

Is 5 years of leasing/renting with nothing in the end better? What if you …Is 5 years of leasing/renting with nothing in the end better? What if you leased for 10 years? Is that £40,000-50,000 down the drain?I would rather get a really nice car for that sort of money long-term with re-sale capital than leasing mediocre £20-30k cars that are so common


This is a nice car but its seriously underpowered for its size. You also need to take into consideration thats cash price right? Not many people have this kind of money lying around so may apply for finance or a loan, which adds quite a lot extra, just a thought. Plus the new car tax, road tax, servicing and MOT.
Good for those who like buying and have the spare cash!
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