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E82 prices

Post by Mr Pitt » Tue Feb 13, 2018 3:04 pm

Is it me, or do prices seem to be going up ?
.... I'm waiting for the first £100k 1M to go on sale :-) Image

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Re: E82 prices

Post by Jfk » Tue Feb 13, 2018 5:54 pm

With BMW moving away from rear wheel drive to either front or 4 wheel drive , I see long term values can only increase for a factory standard 1 series E82..
They will become as rare unmolested as a 3 door Cossie given time 👍
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Post by Andy OH » Tue Feb 13, 2018 6:09 pm

The 1M may well go the same way as an E30 M3. I wish I would have kept my E30 M3 Sport Evolution.


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Post by chall5 » Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:07 pm

are we talking E82s or 1Ms or both ?

Agree that unmolested, low to average mileage 6 cylinder examples with good histories will become more desirable in the coming years - or am I just stating the obvious here :lol:
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Re: E82 prices

Post by Jfk » Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:12 pm

I think that as the 1M gets extortionate ,the next best thing is the E82 coupe.
There will be so few left intact in years to come that demand will be high.
Especially if it's a manual cos the days of manual gearboxes are sadly numbered due to tougher emission laws...
All in my own humble opinion of course , but I'm biased cos I own one ...
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Re: E82 prices

Post by AndyBish135i » Tue Feb 13, 2018 8:26 pm

Andy, that white N55 has been advertised for (I reckon) at least 6 months...
Started at £18,995 then dropped to £18,495 now dropped again.
IMHO it’s still overpriced by at least a grand...

Having said that, it does seem that prices are holding up well (and can only improve as said above) :)

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Post by Mr Pitt » Wed Feb 14, 2018 1:30 pm

Agree with all comments - I noticed on how many left the 135i is dropping around 10 cars each year,
I also noticed they have split out the msport variant to the sport plus variant - apologies if this is old news !

It suggests that there are only 65 auto & 27 manual sport plus editions for the 135i,

It also says that the 135i has 10 SE versions on the road (I thought all 135i were msport)

Still not as rare as the 130i LE, which has a massive price tag for what little extra it has on non LE (imo)
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Post by chody » Fri Feb 23, 2018 6:52 pm

you can ask any price you want, but a car is only worth what someone is willing to pay. There is a silver 135i along the road from me been pulled off ebay twice , because it was getting close to the auction end and had only reached £6875 then he advertised it at a fixed price with best offer at 12k and pulled it again

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Post by Mike_RS » Fri Feb 23, 2018 8:37 pm

I was thinking this today too, I sold my 125i and bought the 135i partly because I noticed how well they were holding their value!

With so few 135i's up for sale at any given time I feel us owners have some control how much these sell for.. if people ask for top money nobody is going to look at the market and put their 135i up at a considerably lower "guide price"

Lets keep the prices high guys if your considering selling up! :D
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Re: E82 prices

Post by Jfk » Fri Feb 23, 2018 9:44 pm

Indeed it is supply and demand that dictates price.
Over the last 8 years I've seen Lotus Exige S1 nearly triple in value cos of so few left , and they just don't make cars like that anymore.
The exact same case will , in my opinion happen to the rear wheel drive- manual high powered cars we own.
There are fewer 135i coupes every year , especially original ones...
Keep hold !!!
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Re: E82 prices

Post by Blackroc » Fri Feb 23, 2018 9:49 pm

Sytner Nottingham have a Valencia 1M with circa 1000 miles which was up for sale for £70k+

The boss of Sytner owns it along with a rather lovely Z8


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Re: E82 prices

Post by krisabf » Fri Feb 23, 2018 10:45 pm

Can't see me getting rid of mine any time soon. Even after 4 years I still find excuses to go out for a drive when I get chance. Nobody really knows what it is either so they just assume it's a 120d and that's fine by me.

I think the days of rear wheel drive 6 cylinder manual cars are well and truly over which is a massive shame.
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