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Car leasing is becoming a more and more popular option for drivers across the UK. Leasing companies now provide a range of packages for people who want access to newer models as they are released or don’t have the funds to invest in a new vehicle. These companies also offer plenty of discounts and drivers can find them all on the car lease HotUKDeals pages. Read more
Mazda Mx-5 Convertible 1.5 SE 2dr Personal Lease for 24 months £360 admin fee - £1371.60 Initial payment + £152.40 x 24 months -  £3103.20 @ Vehicle savers
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Cheap Convertible for some summer fun (June delivery available whilst stocks last) Business rates from £127 ex vat so to confirm £1371.60 Initial payment + £152.40 x 24 months base… Read more

Would be great for dogging pesky B and C pillars to get in the way of the sweeping camera shots.


Well I ain't no hairy fairy and I do surely love these cars. Jealousy corrodes guys. Sat in one today while the wife's CX5 was being cleaned and its much more than my original. Had a mk1 and loved it. But no room for the dog, let alone it's b*ll*cks.


Definitely not a car for the illiterate though!


Defiantly a hair dressers car. Good price tho


To me the main reason why the service costs are a killer is because it's an annual thing regardless of mileage. So even if you only did 100 miles, they still expect you to pay £300 for a service to keep their warranty.

Vauxhall Astra - 1.4T 16V 150 Elite Nav Car Leasing - 8000 miles a year - 6 months upfront - 24 month contract - £182.84 a month £1097 upfront @ NVC
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Been keeping my eye on this for a while and its come down slightly. You can opt for a 36 month contract which brings the monthly cost down to £177. £1097 upfront Seems like a go… Read more
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I had one for 2 years and was very happy with fuel consumption wheels are a pain to clean but apart from that all good mines up for sale at the car shop for top money but it did get a top grade from the vehicle collection guy


i think the SRi VX Line was overall about this price. Have a search


Coming to the end of my two year lease with the 1.4T SRi Nav variant and have to be honest and say that i am delighted with the performance and economy of the car (circa 40mpg combined). I had an old version of the astra around 6 years ago and hated it. Went with the new model after the facelift and improved engine and it was like night and day to the old one. In my opinion the only thing letting the Elite Nav down was the horrible looking alloy wheels when compared to the SRi Nav. Certainly is not a bad car to drive whichever version you decide on going with.


on my 2nd year through Jet leasing, 8,000pa only done 7, had issues at first if I was parked facing down car wouldn't go in reverse, soon sorted, the extra's are great, especially the heated steering wheel, I pay £127 per month and put £700 odd pound down, be interesting to see what they offer me come February, been well satisfied, tax and AA thrown in too!


I suppose, depends on dealership. Never had issues with my previous Astra J, and quite satisfied with Insignia now.

Volvo V90 Lease (PCH) £1999 Initial rental £179 pcm (£5042 for 18 months) 8k pa Allowance @ Marshall
Found 21st MayFound 21st May
PERSONAL CONTRACT HIRE FROM MARSHALL VOLVO AVAILABLE FROM £179 PER MONTH Based on 8k mileage pa Excess mileage charge for first 5,000 excess miles 7.56p After 5,000 excess m… Read more
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Has anyone managed to speak to Marshall or any other Volvo dealer that will do this deal that said they can get stock of this? The guy I spoke to at MK seems to be having a hard time getting a V90 Momentum


Really ? They gave you the car for more than a hour or so? None of the dealers I've spoken to seem to be willing to do that. BMW gave me a 24h test drive though.


exactly. I had the R-design S90 for a weekend test drive. Seats look great but are actually quite uncomfortable. Suspension wasn't great either.


Wheels are too small, even 18” I think look too small on such a large a car.


I disagree, I have had 2 so far and they were every bit as good as my Mercedes.

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Halford Brakes4life - pay for first set of brake pads / Halfords will replace when required free of charge
LocalLocalFound 18th MayFound 18th May
Our Brakes4Life offer is designed to encourage you to keep your brakes in good condition. Simply buy brake pads and shoes at Halfords Autocentres and you'll never have to pay to re… Read more

No Not at All mate!!. I was just saying that people in general, should never let there brakes get that low. I agree with what you say. I had a bad experience with another big place. They made a right mess of my discs, when they managed to somehow, fit the pads wrong. In the end they changed all the pads and discs for free. Which is why I go to big/ well known places, now. Everyone will make mistakes at some point. I just feel it's easier to get them rectified when it's a bigger place, rather than a small garage


I don’t know if the disk comment was aimed at me. But the new motor I brought had knackered disks when I brought it. A lot of people on here putting hate on Halfords auto centres, but you could go to any garage and have the same problems. The garage is only as good as the people they employ.


Yip full of tools and nuts and they will really Screw you over! (shock) (devil)


Very well spotted and true - always use a bungee cord myself! They arent called Halfrauds for nowt!


I had mine done, I get my brakes checked all the time. (for free) If they get low they change them for free. If you are stupid enough to let your brakes get that low, they damage you disks, that's on you :/ I have had mine on since last service (a year ago) , I don't exactly drive slow. I had them checked 2 weeks ago, when it went through it's MOT. The brakes were on around 85 %.

Citroen c3 flair 24 month lease deal 1 plus 23 months of £179.99 = £4,319.76 @ Citroen Birmingham
LocalLocalFound 17th MayFound 17th May
From Citroen Birmingham north, great deal, Citroen C3 flair edition, comes with air con, rear camera, front camera to record driving, soft side door bumpers, plus lots more, choice… Read more
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ah i missed that.. thanks! still, 300+ degrees for something that isn't yet live :/


From the original post. (unfortunately there’s no link at the mo as this deal isn’t live yet, call Ian in fleet on ‭0121 306 4410‬)


Is this just vapour then? Cannot find a link to the deal


That would have been a witty retort if you didn't spell opinion wrong and use the correct You're. You're welcome.


Writing about. They were writing a statement that in their oppinion it is a ugly looking car. Your welcome.

1 + 35 Lease Volkswagen Tiguan  2.0 TDI 150 SE Nav  Manual 10K Miles p.a. - 263.99 pcm + £300 Fee = 9803.64 or £272.32 pcm net @ Yes Lease
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Yes Lease. 3 Year lease with 1 month initial. Am personally looking for a 24 month lease at a good price for this car, but may help some...

Lol... Not being as good as another don't make you bad at your job... Just means someone else is better (angel) . May have just been my luck!


I negotiate a lot in my job, some reasonable numbers. Work with a large amount of suppliers and I used to think I was rather good at negotiating. My wife, far superior than me at most things, is also rather good, worked for a large company where her direct annual spend just under 200 million a year with suppliers. Might consider employing you as we are obviously rather bad at our jobs :D :D Good work though, I saw another R line today, as our one comes to the end in October, might have to consider another Tiguan, might get the LW base one, need a bigger boot.


There's always room for movement, hence, why it can always be negotiated. Initially I was going to get an SEL at this price, but with a bit of homework, I managed to get the R-Line at this price.


The numbers are the numbers. Sometimes on these there isn't much movement on the numbers.


Got to know how to negotiate... ;) It was ordered through G2L. Car was also delivered in 2 weeks 8) . However, it wasn't 10k it was 9k. But that wouldn't/shouldn't make that much of a difference.

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VW Passat 1.4 TSI GT PCH/Lease with 15k miles/pa on a 6+23 x £223.55 - £6482.95 @ Inchcape VW - Cheltenham
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
This a a Personal Contract Hire deal. I found it on Contract Hire & Leasing but for some reason it's banned on here. The deal should be available directly from VW Inchcape in C… Read more

no link, no deal. Going by description, expensive for a rubbish 1.4 COLD


Yes, if only they were all as honest as VW. Here are the figures for current Passat diesels;


Probably be best not to tell us how many litres of oil it burnt through whilst returning that fab MPG. After all it doesn’t cost anything, so has no bearing on running costs, and it’s brilliant for the planet :D p.s. I eagerly await the ‘my VW TDi engine was the only one on Earth that didn’t guzzle oil’


Exactly, they are all at it. The only car I have ever driven that gets close to the figures is ironically my old Octavia VRS and I could quite regularly hit 57mpg on my commute which from memory was about the figure they quoted. Renault and Hyundai are massively out compared to VW. Hybrids are impossible to measure. I can get 41mpg on some tanks and 75mpg on other tanks (calculated from the receipts) as it all depends on the length of journey and how often you can charge. It would be possible to run one and not use any petrol at all and still be able to heat or cool it (y)


It really is....They don't do premium cars.

Volvo S90 2.0 Inscription Geartronic - 36 month lease (PCH) - 5k miles -  £9,130 (9+35 @ £204.20pm + £145 admin fee) -  (8k & 10k available) - limited stock - Jet Vehicle Finance
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Prices inclusive of VAT. Delivery ETA of 4-6 weeks for top trim model. In spite of the website, the cars in this deal include metallic paint (limited options), and rear parking cam… Read more

I still think silver will look stunning, will post pics of mine when it arrives!


Wanted the R-design Onyx black but by the time the paperwork had been approved (last Thurs) only the Bright sliver option was available so bright silver spaceship it is…. Delivery end of June, it would be great if we all posted some pics on the cars here once received.


Inscription in denim blue. Have had a succession of grey cars so nice to change it up


I don't fancy the silver as it will be a nightmare when it goes back show every mark etc


So what spec/colour is everyone waiting for?I've gone for an R Design in Onyx Black.

Hyundai i30 Tourer 1.0 T-GDi 120 S 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] Personal Lease for 18 months - £1,047 initial payment + £116.40pm x 17 months = £3,026.40 @ RVS Leasing
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
This is the estate version of the i30. £1047.60 initial payment + 116.40 for 17 months =3k total over 18 months. I was kicking myself when I missed the hatchback deal a few months… Read more

I got the second local dealer to price match that deal on the se model. The dealer in the op only had 3 cars left in SE spec. The dealer I went to could only find 2 on their system, so stock is limited. I can get delivery in 10 days, but need to get rid of my current lease first.


The salesman from the leasing company, which was then matched by the local dealer.


One of the salesmen from this leasing company, or your local Hyundai dealer?


One of the salesmen gave me that quote via email, I'm not sure if it's on their website.


link for that deal please?

BMW 5 Series 520 Saloon 2.0 i 184 M Sport 4Dr Auto 2-Year Lease 8000 Miles £9336  @
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
Never personally purchased a lease car, but as my car is on it's final knees and not worth the repairs, was hoping to finally take the leap into the leasing world as I can see the … Read more

Nothing in that statement makes me think i was in any way wrong about you in my last two.


Using a single quote of some old oil baron as your personal finance mantra probably isn't the wisest of ideas.


Does this have the new BMW stop/stop system?


Whilst the name calling is unnecessary, thats exactly the point - the lease / PCP market on new cars provides loads of good low mileage 2-3 year old cars down the line. The leasing nay-sayers forget they need that top tier of purchases above them in order that they get their "bargain" cars down the line. If people want to lease and the figures stack up for them, then great. Doesnt make them wrong and anyone else right..


+1 If you buy a new car at £30,000 drive it for two years and sell it for £20,000 you've nothing to show for your £10,000 loss either.

BMW M240i  2 SERIES COUPE lease £317.99 inc VAT Initial Rental:£2,861.89Inc VAT Processing Fee:£180.00 Inc VAT = £14,171.56 @ Firstvehicleleasing
Found 6th MayFound 6th May
Initial Rental:£2,861.89Inc VAT Processing Fee:£180.00Inc VAT Customise annual mileage length of lease and initial term EMISSIONSCO: 0.307 CO2 (g/km): 163 HC: 0.047 HC+NOx: 0.0… Read more

Think you right mate ! After watching Watchdog 9/5/2018 . Why on earth would anyone want to spend money on a over priced match stick like BMW's (



It is a weirdly proportioned car and looks terrible. It has no ergonomic class, style or charisma - not my opinion, look at it! A car for the Mrs or a teenager.



Not a fan of the back of the 2 series, find it ugly. Rest looks great though. Cold for me

16% off, plus up to £1K deposit contribution on new Nissan X-Trail for Caravan Club Members
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
Ok, before I get tarred and feathered for not having all the details... I haven't bought one, I don't want to buy one, so I can't give exact details but for anyone looking to buy a… Read more


There’s a club for caravanners? ( if that’s a word ). Exciting!


£17,875 NISSAN X-TRAIL STATION WAGON 1.6 DiG-T Visia 5dr Petrol Manual @ Total saving of £5,515 without club membership. Maybe you could haggle near the £6k mark with membership


Not passing comment specifically on the xtrail, but Nissan build / reliability is not what it once was. I have colleagues with Qashqai and a Juke - the Juke has had several warranty items on it, and the Qashqai suffer a failed clutch at 30K, but Nissan refused to cover it as it was "fair wear and tear".......cost £1600 to fix. I quite like them, but has put me off


Autoebid are showing a discount of 22% if anyone wants one of these. And needless to say, you don't need to join the caravan club to buy one. For the record I have used Autoebid before and my experience was good.

£0 Deposit when pay by direct debit @ Thomas Cook
Found 3rd MayFound 3rd May
We offer a range of holiday choices, from city escapes to beach holidays . We have a selection of All Inclusive holidays , an impressive range of family holidays and hundreds… Read more
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Flights with Ryanair and room with Loveholidays. £560 for 2 for 2 weeks S/C. Thomas cook wanted £1200 for same hotel.


Who did you book with?


Going to a hotel TC use in Crete for half the price they are charging for two weeks in June.


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Peugeot 308 1.2 PureTech 130 GT Line 2yr Lease/PCH 10kpa net £232/pm @ natiowidevehiclecontracts
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
I'm hunting for a lease that is about the £225/month net mark. Came across this. Spec looks decent. Not sure how well Peugeots fare in reliability but I would expect (hope) 2 year… Read more

I would imagine deals on them will be coming and going on a monthly basis right up until August or so, maybe a touch longer. You might wish to add it to your "keep an eye on it" list and see who is offering what, and where. There's also some deals around the £200 pcm mark on the Astra SRI 150 NAV which may persist for a while.


thanks for sending deal. Looks really good deal. Shame about the delivery timescale as it doesn't suit me. I need one from October.


You might want to try the Focus deal I posted. It's 1+35 and under £200 after your amortise the admin fee even.


Ah, I kind of miss the old '500 miles at no more than 40mph' that my dad always used to maintain you had to do when running in new pistons/rings etc.


They don't, also you can bounce them on the rev limiter from stone cold and they'll still be fine, thermodynamics and physics are a thing of the past with new cars :)

Ford Focus ST-Line Navigation 140bhp 1+35 and 3+35 options  £192 a month (total cost £6,947.20) at
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
The link is to the dealer's page and lists a 3+35 option - but when I phoned them up I was able to ask for a 1+35 option which I've based the money option 1+35 for 8000 miles per… Read more

For the purposes of this post, I would say you should spell out your example. Demonstrate that you can find a similar car, that is a few years old for £7k plus what additional costs there would be over 3 years and 24k miles. There some known ones like MOT and Road Tax, plus at least one major service (possibly involving cambelt). Purchase method might include cost of interest to be added. Reasonable assumption around additional maintenance or repairs. Finally, what oculd you easily expect to sell it for (or value it a) after those 3 years and 24k miles. Granted you may keep it longer than 3yrs and the rate of depreciation tails off, but it's the closest you're going to get to a direct comparison for a lase vs buy 2nd hand - although by virtue of it being a 2nd hand, older car, it's not really comparable.


in fairness, i switched to leasing (after always buying £2.5-£4k 2nd hand cars and keeping for 5 years) by reading these deal threads. I now lease. The obvious advantage for e has been reliability in the car as I was often paying for repairs and extra maintenence, which can be expected for a car over 10 years old. i'm approaching the end of my first lease in Oct. I was lucky to get a very good deal. Would I consider leasing again? it depends on the experience of handing to back and how nit picky they are. I know Iv'e got a few repairs to do to body work but as mentioned above, I'm consciously thinking about mileage as I approach my last 6 months and the fair wear & tear is a bit of an unkown, even with the BVRLA guide. I may consider buying 2nd hand but upping y budget to £6-£7k and banging that on my credit card (2 years interest free) if a dealer accepts CC payment with no additional charge. Back to the original point, even if constantly repeated arguments, it's a good place to have them. Helps many people as it helped me understand


that's my thought too. Usually I would find the best deal available elsewhere then ask a few dealers to see if they could mach the payments, less the processing fee.£300 is quite hefty fee for a dealer. I would expect it to be £180 max, if not zero.


OP, I was just looking at the mailshot from Allen Ford now and this is the direct link to your deal above cracking deal considering there aren't many cheap lease deals around at the moment.


Yeah the new 3008. It looks great in the brochure but once you're actually in one the interior, although smartly designed is very cheaply built considering the price of the car. I thought the Qashqai drove nicer too. Merc threw a £7000 deposit contribution into my deal so maybe I got lucky!

£308pp 4 day North Iceland Akureyri Adventure. Flights, Car Rental, Guesthouses. Dettifoss, Myvatn, Godafoss, Whale Watching @
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
We went on a holiday last year to Iceland did the South of Iceland, this year we did just the north. Just returned and thought we'd share as we were lucky and had been given lots o… Read more
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That’s where mums go isn’t it?


Honestly, for a trip to Iceland, you will find eating out is very expensive and supermarkets are also very expensive. Really, my recommendation is to bring food from home you can easily cook in your room.


So how about some helpful tips on eating out - or eating in? In Norway I found supermarkets were cheaper than expected, but bars and restaurants in the main towns were pretty expensive - so we ate in more than usual.


First of all, no one is rubbishing the deal. I, for one, voted hot as the deal itself is a good price. If you think the highlighting of the extreme prices that tourists will encounter when in Iceland is nothing to do with a deal to Iceland, you might want to rethink that.


Great post thank you. Ignore people who like to rubbish deals on grounds that are nothing to do with the deal, like cost of living....

Kia Optima Diesel Saloon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 lease PCH - Term £5810.90 @ What Car
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Not a bad price for a saloon. They also have the 5 door wagon (estate for not much more) The deal is available from Kia Wessex and Kia Warwick £197.10 on a 6 + 23 basis plus £95 … Read more

LOL, 6K for a KIA.


Think it’s bang and olufsen now but appears to be an option.


I thought you got Bose with it too?


Sorry yes it is but there isn't great deal in it. Its more of a pack then an upgrade. The ride can be quite tough in them though so worth bearing that in mind


Thanks, is Black Edition better/worse than S Line? EDIT: better than S Line. Blurb below in addition to S Line It guarantees stand-out appeal through 19-inch five-arm rotor alloy wheels in a matt titanium finish (or the no-cost option of 18-inch 10 Y-spoke gloss black alloys), complemented by a titanium black styling pack which extends to the mirror housings, singleframe grille and window surrounds, side skirts, rear spoiler (fitted to the Saloon) and air intakes. Black roof rails also complement these accents in Avant models, and in both body styles privacy glass is added for the rear windows. Another Black Edition benefit that is less immediately obvious is the inclusion of acoustic front side window glass to further refine the already remarkably hushed A4 cabin environment.

Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TDi BMT 150 SE Nav 5dr lease deal from National Vehicle Solutions - £285.96 pm plus admin fee £239.99 - £7103.03
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
This is a 1+23 profile so no upfront payment. £285.96 x 24 + £239.99 fee = £7,103.03 total. 10k miles. I like to drive a new car every 2 years so this suits me. No upfront payme… Read more

Indeed there isn't because I am correct in this instance. Wrong - nothing to do with reading about it. Either your car has a fundamental flaw or you are not driving it correctly. Even another HUKD user with the same car as you achieves 38mpg, which is more akin to what you ought to be getting. When have I ever said, let alone portrayed that? Please do show evidence. Still awaiting a response to my last direct message to you on this thread...


trust me there is no point arguing with him. if he read it on the internet somewhere then its gospel. as long as it wasn't some one on this site telling him something, because on this site, he is the only one who know anything about cars or lease deals. so best just to move along to be honest.


Yeah, my bad. I didn't notice the 20% Vat wasn't included. I thought it was too good to be true, especially the rline prices! Makes sense now...


So it is! Damn, I missed that - already ordered and paid my fee. :( Can I vote my own deal cold?? (embarrassed) Update - the VW finance calculator prices exclude VAT and for business users only. Add 20% on. See full terms and conditions †*Monthly rental cost, Rental in advance and Excess mileage (per mile) figures exclude VAT. **P11D value includes VAT at the current rate. Contract Hire calculations are based on a standard specification excluding optional extras /accessories. No ownership option (CH) With Contract Hire. Fair wear and tear charges may apply. Business users only. All Prices Exclude VAT. VAT payable at the prevailing rate. 18s+. Subject to availability and status. T&Cs apply. Offer available for vehicles ordered by 31st May 2018 from participating Retailers Indemnities may be required. Offers are not available in conjunction with any other offer and may be varied or withdrawn at any time.. Accurate at time of publication. Freepost Volkswagen Financial Services. Model shown is for illustrative purposes.


No - please reread what I wrote. I personally wouldn't abuse finance regs, but many do. I wouldn't also buy a new car in cash, but get a PCH. They're mutually exclusive events.

Cheap 18 volvo v40 lease at Central Vehicle Leasing
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
7k per annum T2 momentum In stock Under 4k total including admin fees Contract Length 18 Months Initial Rental £2,400.00 inc VAT 17 Months @ £82.79 inc VAT per Month Annual Mil… Read more

I wouldnt. Try riding your bike to Edinburgh at 70mph and give us a comparison then (y)


Again, is it a good lease deal? Your model will always be cheaper but that's irrelevant when you consider the post. I have a bike, it's cheaper than a car, but I wouldn't measure it against this deal


Im proving a point that it is a rip off and how much profit they are making out of you thats all, but if you have money to burn go for it.


Surely this isn't about your preference, but if the deal is a good one. As it's clear your not interested in lease deals, stay away from them. I'm not interested in deals for bras, beans, bookmarks or a myriad of other things. I dont comment on them as it's a waste of my time, my effort and it detracts from the key point. Hot Deal or not


You stick to'll need another motor when your bargain buy packs up (y)

BMW 218SE Active Tourer, 3 yr lease, 8000 miles pa £7403 , 3+35 payments of £194.93 Inc Vat. No Admin fee. @ What Car
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
£7,403 to lease a small (Golf SV size) family-friendly BMW for 3 years - that's Fiesta money to drive a Beemer! List price of £25k and you'd lose at least £10k if you bought it ou… Read more
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Aside from the similar form factor, as they’re both SUVs, I don’t think they look that similar at all.


VW Group designers seem quite taken with it :D An ancient X5 A 67 plate 'VW' product


I have got the 216d M-sport active coming tomorrow. 3 year lease,8000pa, £1250 and £220/month. It’s my first bmw..I’m upgrading from a corsa. XD


It didnt destroy sales thought did it? In fact, quite the reverse. Which - correct me if i'm wrong here - is kind of what a motor manufacturer wants to do? You cant please all of the people all of the time after all. Say what you like about bangle era cars but they were a lot more distinctive than the bland blobs they're now making. The new 5 series in particular is rather dull compared to the e60 in its day. The z4 was certainly never going to win any beauty contests, but i never considered it "ugly". We'd a 3.0Si Sport Coupe at one point and its one of the few cars we regret selling and i'd love another tucked up in the garage as they're now starting to appreciate. I'd no particular issue with most of Bangles designs that made it to production. The earliest 7 series looked a bit harsh but that was quickly facelifted. The 3 and 5 series E46 / E90 and E60 i thought looked well, at least in M Sport trim levels. But each to their own. Styling is subjective. "As for your 'lightly modded' MINI - good luck with that warranty! I'd say your comments in this thread show a high degree of knowledge - but a poor level of judgement. Just my opinion, of course!" Its a plug in tuning box and a performance air filter element taking it to around 235BHP ish. All plug and play stuff that can be removed in a matter of minutes. Nothing i havent done for a couple of decades on various cars and have had no issues. Its not the first modded F56 MINI out there and i'm sure it wont be the last. And to be very frank, if i decide to mod on at it - 290BHP can be easily reached - and i blow the engine out of it then i'll suck it up. I'm a big boy now. :) And i dont get where all this hand wringing is coming from RE the reliability of the F56. Theres many dedicated forums for BMW MINIs and the F56 is leaps and bounds ahead of the R56 and R53 in terms of quality, reliability and tuning capability. I guess its just people operating on hearsay when they dont know the product. Very surprised at the veiled snide comments BTW which should be beneath people on here, but clearly not. I think that speaks volumes about the individuals involved. Just my opinion, of course!


Z4 is probably the worst example of American Chris Bangle's 'flame surface' styling, which took decades of carefully developed BMW 'understated elegance' and destroyed it. BMW styling post bangle is widely considered to be, at best, disappointing. They make some very good cars (quality and reliability aside) but a growing number of howlers too. The badge will overcome a lot for a while but not forever. As for your 'lightly modded' MINI - good luck with that warranty! I'd say your comments in this thread show a high degree of knowledge - but a poor level of judgement. Just my opinion, of course!

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