Personal Lease: BMW 2 SERIES COUPE 218d M Sport 2dr (Nav) Lease £2400 initial rental, £175.94 per month, 239.99+vat admin fee Total Cost £6734.61 2 year lease, 8000 miles pa @ National vehicle solutions
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Personal Lease: BMW 2 SERIES COUPE 218d M Sport 2dr (Nav) Lease £2400 initial rental, £175.94 per month, 239.99+vat admin fee Total Cost £6734.61 2 year lease, 8000 miles pa @ National vehicle solutions

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Found 25th JanEdited by:"daros"
Just spotted this deal on National Vehicle Solutions as their deal of the day:

BMW 2 SERIES COUPE 218d M Sport 2dr (Nav)
£175.94 per month Incl VAT
Initial Rental £2400.00 Incl VAT



Admin Fee


£239.99 Excl VAT




Contract Length 24 months
8,000 miles per annum

Seems as good a deal as you can get on these. Other mileages available.


I'll brace myself for the usual lease hate tirades.......hope some find it of use
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Does this model come with indicators ? They normally don't appear to do so....
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That’s for 5k miles and business. Personal is £2400 and £157 pm
As above

This is going to go freezing
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Aargh sorry
The price in title is for business lease. £6035 for personal lease. Can the op update title to reflect this. Stoll a decent deal.
Whoopsie
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Edited with the correct details now for 8k miles pa - thanks for pointing it out for me
Good price. Some cracking deals around on the 2 series at the minute. Picked up a ...218i cab m sport nav auto metallic & leather which worked out at around 240 per month when factoring the initial payment and fees on a 4 year deal. A lot of dealers have pre reg 67 plates with zero mileage to shift before end of Feb. Blue chilli car brokers had a few listed.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 25th Jan
That's Merc new 'E' class price
Aint the world turning against diesel though??
adi06044 m ago

That's Merc new 'E' class price


Where from?
Original Poster
Lease is the best way to protect yourself from any hits in valuation
FYI, this image has m performance accessories (wing mirrors, alloys, front bumper), not representative of what the car actually described in the deal will look like
daros8 m ago

Lease is the best way to protect yourself from any hits in valuation


Or buy a car..

For the cost of the initial deposit..

And maybe spend less per month on regular services etc..

And possibly make a raise when your ready for another car..



Just saying. So don't want an argument or anything.. Sorry if I'm offending anyone with this information.
adi060452 m ago

That's Merc new 'E' class price


Link please
Abarry291 h, 31 m ago

Good price. Some cracking deals around on the 2 series at the minute. …Good price. Some cracking deals around on the 2 series at the minute. Picked up a ...218i cab m sport nav auto metallic & leather which worked out at around 240 per month when factoring the initial payment and fees on a 4 year deal. A lot of dealers have pre reg 67 plates with zero mileage to shift before end of Feb. Blue chilli car brokers had a few listed.


Thats a great deal Abarry29. Who did you get that deal through?
andyat200229 m ago

Thats a great deal Abarry29. Who did you get that deal through?


Bluechillicars provided the quotation about £3 less per month than who I had already
gone with. Unfortunately I had already signed up when they got back to me the next day
Starter price below for a ...218i petrol nav manual white car at around £219 per month. 6 months initial payment upfront at just over £1300.
I then tailored it with metallic auto and mileage to take £219 to just under £240 per month. Selectcarleasing will match it without up front admin fees. Cracking car.

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I know 48 mths is a fair time. However it’s a second car which we’d have no reason to change in 4 years.
The lease averages at £240 per month over 4 yrs when factoring initial and monthly’s over the term.
It’s a 32k car which has a 4 yr residual at approx 12k. Yes I know it sounds a lot but facts here.
Discounts from dealers were only 2-3k plus 2.9% on a pcp made my car £350ish per month on a pcp with the same initial payment. Far too much for a 2 series
As the dealer said “he has to find the 4 year depreciation of 17-18k post any discounts somewhere”. The lease deal works out at just over £11.5k so definitely the cheapest way to drive a new one of these for 4 years.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 25th Jan
The car in the picture is the 240i not the 218d you will be getting
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Pic of the cab in the deal I have just listed when adding metallic and leather
Pic of the actual car you will get as I imagine the deal is based upon the white base colour

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Edited by: "Abarry29" 25th Jan
Just to help. Metallic is £6 per mth. Comes with alcantara trim.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 25th Jan
Nice looking car. 8k miles is half my annual tho.....
Is this company any good ? how much do they charge for dents and scratches ?
Once you add some extras the price is very high.

Slow car for the M badge also

Not voting as not sure if the deal is good for the model
Link goes to 218i not 218d. 218d is much more expensive unless I've missed something?
These are just affiliated brokers. It is likely the car may be supplied to u direct from a dealership who is clearing stock etc. As with my car coming next week. Fair wear and tear is acceptable which is relative to the age and mileage when u hand the car back. However costs for dents and scratches are relative to any used car whether you are trading in, handing back a lease car or selling privately. Just got to look after it within reason like most cars. My last lease car got picked up and went straight to British car auctions. Simple inspection straight in the low loader and away.
Not trying to take over this thread. Just being helpful as just recently completed a lease on a 2 series
Abarry291 h, 14 m ago

Bluechillicars provided the quotation about £3 less per month than who I …Bluechillicars provided the quotation about £3 less per month than who I had alreadygone with. Unfortunately I had already signed up when they got back to me the next dayStarter price below for a ...218i petrol nav manual white car at around £219 per month. 6 months initial payment upfront at just over £1300. I then tailored it with metallic auto and mileage to take £219 to just under £240 per month. Selectcarleasing will match it without up front admin fees. Cracking car. [Image] I know 48 mths is a fair time. However it’s a second car which we’d have no reason to change in 4 years. The lease averages at £240 per month over 4 yrs when factoring initial and monthly’s over the term.It’s a 32k car which has a 4 yr residual at approx 12k. Yes I know it sounds a lot but facts here. Discounts from dealers were only 2-3k plus 2.9% on a pcp made my car £350ish per month on a pcp with the same initial payment. Far too much for a 2 series As the dealer said “he has to find the 4 year depreciation of 17-18k post any discounts somewhere”. The lease deal works out at just over £11.5k so definitely the cheapest way to drive a new one of these for 4 years.


£32k for a 218?!
Actually £33320 for the cab with auto leather and metallic. Crazy price.
Best dealer offer to buy one on a pcp was £29k with around 13% discount. Cash was £750 more as bmw finance contributed a further £750 if on a pcp.
Called around 10 dealers. Carwow the lot. Which shows for a new 2 series that leasing may be the better option at the minute if u want a new 2 series.
A 12 mth old one was even dearer at the dealers than a new one on a pcp as the apr was near10% on used whereas 2.9% on new. Plus no contribution from bmw finance as you get on a new one.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 25th Jan
markvirgo49 m ago

Once you add some extras the price is very high.Slow car for the M badge …Once you add some extras the price is very high.Slow car for the M badge alsoNot voting as not sure if the deal is good for the model


M sport. S line. St line. Amg line. R line. R sport. The list goes on. Marketing and a few extra styling bits Non of the above are particularly quick any longer joust by wearing their ‘big brothers’ badge. My wife wasn’t interested in 0-60 as the car will probably only go 40 mph in 4 years.
markvirgo50 m ago

Once you add some extras the price is very high.Slow car for the M badge …Once you add some extras the price is very high.Slow car for the M badge alsoNot voting as not sure if the deal is good for the model



Slow car for a m badge . really? Plenty of BMW m badged cars are slow .4 cylinder m sports in general are very slow .
Abarry291 h, 54 m ago

Bluechillicars provided the quotation about £3 less per month than who I …Bluechillicars provided the quotation about £3 less per month than who I had alreadygone with. Unfortunately I had already signed up when they got back to me the next dayStarter price below for a ...218i petrol nav manual white car at around £219 per month. 6 months initial payment upfront at just over £1300. I then tailored it with metallic auto and mileage to take £219 to just under £240 per month. Selectcarleasing will match it without up front admin fees. Cracking car. [Image] I know 48 mths is a fair time. However it’s a second car which we’d have no reason to change in 4 years. The lease averages at £240 per month over 4 yrs when factoring initial and monthly’s over the term.It’s a 32k car which has a 4 yr residual at approx 12k. Yes I know it sounds a lot but facts here. Discounts from dealers were only 2-3k plus 2.9% on a pcp made my car £350ish per month on a pcp with the same initial payment. Far too much for a 2 series As the dealer said “he has to find the 4 year depreciation of 17-18k post any discounts somewhere”. The lease deal works out at just over £11.5k so definitely the cheapest way to drive a new one of these for 4 years.


Thanks Abarry29. The £240 does factor in the initial payment not fees so it’s an additional £35 per month so £275 all in. It’s a great deal for that car with that spec though you are on very low miles at 5,000 which won’t be appropriate for most people. Enjoy the car!
I believe it should be made standard on here to have the Initial payment and month payments added together and divided by the number of months to give out the true monthly cost.

It would help with transparency of money involved.
andyat200225 m ago

Thanks Abarry29. The £240 does factor in the initial payment not fees so …Thanks Abarry29. The £240 does factor in the initial payment not fees so it’s an additional £35 per month so £275 all in. It’s a great deal for that car with that spec though you are on very low miles at 5,000 which won’t be appropriate for most people. Enjoy the car!




Yeah mine works out at £265 all in as no fee agreed on my deal. Just pushed for a little more. For the stock cab ie white m sport no leather or auto that worked out at £248 per month all in including a £360 fee
Edited by: "Abarry29" 25th Jan
Does this model come with indicators ? They normally don't appear to do so....
Krizzo329 m ago

I believe it should be made standard on here to have the Initial payment …I believe it should be made standard on here to have the Initial payment and month payments added together and divided by the number of months to give out the true monthly cost.It would help with transparency of money involved.


The price shown (£6734.61) is the total price for the contract. the first month will cost you £2687.99 and every month after will cost you £175.94.
If you divide the total cost by 24 months it would be £280.61 a month.
Krizzo31 h, 33 m ago

I believe it should be made standard on here to have the Initial payment …I believe it should be made standard on here to have the Initial payment and month payments added together and divided by the number of months to give out the true monthly cost.It would help with transparency of money involved.


That's surely less transparent than the actual payment amounts though. The "true monthly cost" as you describe it isn't really a true monthly cost, as you never actually pay that much per month. You could have a position where somebody can afford this mythical true monthly cost but can't actually take out the deal because they have insufficient funds for the initial payment.
HangTime4 m ago

That's surely less transparent than the actual payment amounts though. …That's surely less transparent than the actual payment amounts though. The "true monthly cost" as you describe it isn't really a true monthly cost, as you never actually pay that much per month. You could have a position where somebody can afford this mythical true monthly cost but can't actually take out the deal because they have insufficient funds for the initial payment.



I believe a large portion of down payments are made with credit cards.
Abarry2925th Jan

Actually £33320 for the cab with auto leather and metallic. Crazy …Actually £33320 for the cab with auto leather and metallic. Crazy price.Best dealer offer to buy one on a pcp was £29k with around 13% discount. Cash was £750 more as bmw finance contributed a further £750 if on a pcp. Called around 10 dealers. Carwow the lot. Which shows for a new 2 series that leasing may be the better option at the minute if u want a new 2 series. A 12 mth old one was even dearer at the dealers than a new one on a pcp as the apr was near10% on used whereas 2.9% on new. Plus no contribution from bmw finance as you get on a new one.


Surprises me! I got a 330d msport, with Msport +, adaptive suspension, Pro Nav, Harmon kardon sound etc. etc. (Basically fully loaded) for about £39500. Granted that was 3 years ago and not a newer model like the 2 series.
Parfy1 h, 1 m ago

Surprises me! I got a 330d msport, with Msport +, adaptive suspension, Pro …Surprises me! I got a 330d msport, with Msport +, adaptive suspension, Pro Nav, Harmon kardon sound etc. etc. (Basically fully loaded) for about £39500. Granted that was 3 years ago and not a newer model like the 2 series.

Yes agreed other good cheap deals can be had. I.e. I just recently got a new 67 335d drive m sport plus with all the above extras you mentioned plus literally every other extra available sunroof estoril oyster leather full painted m performance kit 20” alloys. Worked out just under £38k !!!
Oh and 0% finance. Deals can be had but u have to be quick on the good ones as they are generally based upon stocked cars to register and clear
Was also offered only last week a 77k fully loaded 640d cab for 48k on 0%. A17k 4 year residual tho so 29k to finance over the 4 yr term.
Although again better discounts than this 2 series

But This is about a-good value 2 series tho.

Bet your payments were prob nowhere near the OP. Mine aren’t neither with also a lesser purchase price and 0%.
U would have had approx a 16-17k 4 year residual therefore around 22k to finance/cover over the term. This can be had for just over 11.5k over the same term.
Edited by: "Abarry29" 26th Jan
Abarry2927 m ago

Yes agreed other good cheap deals can be had. I.e. I just recently got a …Yes agreed other good cheap deals can be had. I.e. I just recently got a new 67 335d drive m sport plus with all the above extras you mentioned plus literally every other extra available sunroof estoril oyster leather full painted and also full m performance kit 20” alloys. Worked out just over £38k !!!Oh and 0% finance. Deals can be had but u have to be quick on the good ones as they are generally based upon stocked cars to register and clearThis is about a-good value 2 series tho. Bet your payments were nowhere near the OP. Mine aren’t at a lesser purchase price and 0%. U would have had approx a 16-17k 4 year residual therefore around 22k to finance/cover over the term. This can be had for just over 11.5k over the same term.


Don’t disagree this is a good deal for the price of the car vs. Depreciation and voted accordingly. I’m just amazed at the cost of a 2 series
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