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BMW 540i xDrive M Sport Touring, Q2 offer

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Hi All. We have the car below in build and due in May, or we can order one to your own spec for June delivery.

BMW 540i xDrive M Sport Touring Auto
Black Sapphire
Black Dakota leahter with blue contrast stitching
846M 20" Jet Black Bi Colour alloys
Adaptive Suspension
Panoramic Sunroof
Red M Brakes
Ash Trunkwood open pore trim
M Sport Pro Pacakge
Visibility Package
Technology Package

List Price £66,070 OTR
Our Price £52,995 OTR

Customer deposit £2150, then 47 x £699.25 pm plus GFV £22,187.79

based on 8000 miles pa and 2.9% APR

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Re: BMW 540i xDrive M Sport Touring, Q2 offer

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Anything decent on the m550i Tony?
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thisispaulsmith wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 8:41 am Anything decent on the m550i Tony?
Hey Paul. Its a decent deal on the face of it (for the M550i) but the issue is that the residual value BMW set is so low
that it forces the monthly payment up.... see below.


Q1 2021 PCP OFFER
BMW M550i Saloon

Basic List Price 71365
Dealer contribution £13,115
Customer Price £58,250

Finance PCP
Customer deposit £799.00
Then 47 payments of £799.12
Final Payment (GFV) £24,565.23

based on 8000 miles pa and 2.9% APR

Or Larger deposit option
Customer deposit £9,650.00
Then 47 payments of £599.83
Final Payment (GFV) £24,565.23

based on 8000 miles pa and 2.9% APR


Options cost - Allow £22pm for every £1000 of options.
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Re: BMW 540i xDrive M Sport Touring, Q2 offer

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Hi Tony,
In your view, how accurate is the BMW GFV these days, compared to the trade in price of the car after 48 months?
I was told many years ago that the GFV was a little low, to ensure there was enough for a new deposit on the next PCP.
When I got to the end of a PCP on my 335d a couple of years ago, the GFV was pretty much the trade in value of the car?

I appreciate it’s impossible to predict the state of the market next year, let alone 4 years time!!

Thanks
J
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That's a bonkers low GFV considering other cars such as the X3M. I know that's an M but still.

Wonder if this has anything to do with the drive to electric and the demand for electric cars vs petrol in 4 years time. Surely they would mean deals on say 45e models would be good?
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thisispaulsmith wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 10:20 pm That's a bonkers low GFV considering other cars such as the X3M. I know that's an M but still.

Wonder if this has anything to do with the drive to electric and the demand for electric cars vs petrol in 4 years time. Surely they would mean deals on say 45e models would be good?
Every time I look at this, I keep going back to the X3M! Pretty much everything in Tony’s line up is £699 a month, but the difference in list price/ residuals of these cars is huge. If I’m spending £699 a month, I want the most expensive car I can get! :mrgreen:

I need to just get on and give Tony my money for something, as this is driving me crazy! :lol:
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430i offers

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Hi
Do you have any offers on the 430i for factory orders?
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RichT001 wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 7:46 am
thisispaulsmith wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 10:20 pm That's a bonkers low GFV considering other cars such as the X3M. I know that's an M but still.

Wonder if this has anything to do with the drive to electric and the demand for electric cars vs petrol in 4 years time. Surely they would mean deals on say 45e models would be good?
Every time I look at this, I keep going back to the X3M! Pretty much everything in Tony’s line up is £699 a month, but the difference in list price/ residuals of these cars is huge. If I’m spending £699 a month, I want the most expensive car I can get! :mrgreen:

I need to just get on and give Tony my money for something, as this is driving me crazy! :lol:
Reviews for the X3M have been pretty poor though to be fair seems to be the worst of both worlds. Big & heavy but also stiff and uncomfortable. I think an X3 M40i would be a better bet
Now - 2018 M2 Competition, LBB, DCT.
Then - Audi S4 Black Edition, M235i, M135i, 120d M Sport Coupe, Subaru Impreza, Toyota Celica T Sport 190, VW Golf GTi Mk4, Saxo VTR
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Gary_LB wrote: Sun May 02, 2021 5:14 pm
RichT001 wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 7:46 am
thisispaulsmith wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 10:20 pm That's a bonkers low GFV considering other cars such as the X3M. I know that's an M but still.

Wonder if this has anything to do with the drive to electric and the demand for electric cars vs petrol in 4 years time. Surely they would mean deals on say 45e models would be good?
Every time I look at this, I keep going back to the X3M! Pretty much everything in Tony’s line up is £699 a month, but the difference in list price/ residuals of these cars is huge. If I’m spending £699 a month, I want the most expensive car I can get! :mrgreen:

I need to just get on and give Tony my money for something, as this is driving me crazy! :lol:
Reviews for the X3M have been pretty poor though to be fair seems to be the worst of both worlds. Big & heavy but also stiff and uncomfortable. I think an X3 M40i would be a better bet
I’ve already had one of them! Cracking bit of kit.
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RichT001 wrote: Sun May 02, 2021 8:43 pm
Gary_LB wrote: Sun May 02, 2021 5:14 pm
RichT001 wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 7:46 am

Every time I look at this, I keep going back to the X3M! Pretty much everything in Tony’s line up is £699 a month, but the difference in list price/ residuals of these cars is huge. If I’m spending £699 a month, I want the most expensive car I can get! :mrgreen:

I need to just get on and give Tony my money for something, as this is driving me crazy! :lol:
Reviews for the X3M have been pretty poor though to be fair seems to be the worst of both worlds. Big & heavy but also stiff and uncomfortable. I think an X3 M40i would be a better bet
I’ve already had one of them! Cracking bit of kit.
I’ll get back in my box then 😂
Now - 2018 M2 Competition, LBB, DCT.
Then - Audi S4 Black Edition, M235i, M135i, 120d M Sport Coupe, Subaru Impreza, Toyota Celica T Sport 190, VW Golf GTi Mk4, Saxo VTR
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