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Old 12th October 2017, 11:30 AM   #1
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Hi guys, I am looking to get an M4 CP on lease or finance, just wanted to know if anyone knows of any good deals that are currently available, either through a lease broker or direct from a dealership?

Best prices I have got on the below spec (9+47) 10k miles on a business lease is 620 per month through a broker I have used previously

M4 DCT CP
Carbon Fibre Trim
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Harman Kardon Sound System
Icon Adaptive LEDs
666 black alloys

Been quoted 20 weeks in a factory order...

Does that sound like a good deal?
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Old 12th October 2017, 12:05 PM   #2
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Not really, You'll need to put a warranty on the car for a year, service it, tyres brakes etc and won't own it.

2 year, 3 year max lease makes more sense to me.

Still can't modify it though, I kinda think leasing is better suited to utility vehicles, ones you drive to work or whatever but don't "love" if that makes sense?

How do PCP figures compare?
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Old 12th October 2017, 12:17 PM   #3
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Sometimes I wonder if you don't want it brand new, works out dheaper getting a loan buy it. When you sell it pay the loan off
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Try Dynamic Vehicle Solutions, they had some deals on M4 lease

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Old 12th October 2017, 02:08 PM   #5
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Try Dynamic Vehicle Solutions, they had some deals on M4 lease
thanks i will check them out - have you used them before?
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Old 12th October 2017, 04:09 PM   #6
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Why on earth would you want a business lease on an M4? The Benefit in Kind will be horrific lol.
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Old 12th October 2017, 05:10 PM   #7
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Not sure lease is the best option for an M4. As mentioned business lease especially would mean BIK which will be very steep. Adding options onto a lease car can get very expensive too.

If it is for personal use a PCP would be better - don't have any figures but a quick search on drivethedeal/coast2coast would give you a good idea of discount and get a PCP quote for comparison.

Nearly new car with the options you want that qualifies for the low APR rate on PCP would be the way to go. Also means avoiding the wait.
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Hi guys, I am looking to get an M4 CP on lease or finance, just wanted to know if anyone knows of any good deals that are currently available, either through a lease broker or direct from a dealership?

Best prices I have got on the below spec (9+47) 10k miles on a business lease is 620 per month through a broker I have used previously

M4 DCT CP
Carbon Fibre Trim
HUD
Reverse Camera
Surround Camera
Harman Kardon Sound System
Icon Adaptive LEDs
666 black alloys

Been quoted 20 weeks in a factory order...

Does that sound like a good deal?
Works out to be 868 per month inc VAT for 48month.

Can buy a new one from Halliwell Jones for 739 per month over 48 months (saving 129 or 6192 over the 48minth period)

https://www.halliwelljones.co.uk/bmw/autumn-offers
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Old 12th October 2017, 08:16 PM   #9
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I saw a lease deal on Facebook the other day I can't find now.

AMG GTC

1800 + vat upfront + 24 569 + vat

Awesome deal! Stock car ready to go!
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Id recommend leasing. Everyone is different though

Not sure what markets like now but 2 years ago I got:

4k down, 630 a month in VAT. 10k PA. 3 year lease

Not road tax to pay as well with a lease and just hand it back once done!
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Old 12th October 2017, 10:32 PM   #11
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Thanks for the input guys.
For me leasing is the best option, I may go down to 3 years to not have to worry about warranty. If I can find one with my preferred spec I'd jump at the chance of a nearly new, 20 weeks a long time to wait!
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Try select cars if you haven't done all ready
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Thanks for the input guys.
For me leasing is the best option, I may go down to 3 years to not have to worry about warranty. If I can find one with my preferred spec I'd jump at the chance of a nearly new, 20 weeks a long time to wait!
If a lease company has stock in your spec you'l undoubtedly get it cheaper than an factory order with a lease company-they want stock shifted as quick as possible.
I personally wouldn't lease for the modification reason but it's all down to what you want.
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I didn’t spot the business thing, 9k a year tax on top of the lease price!
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Old 13th October 2017, 06:51 AM   #15
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Works out to be 868 per month inc VAT for 48month.

Can buy a new one from Halliwell Jones for 739 per month over 48 months (saving 129 or 6192 over the 48minth period)

https://www.halliwelljones.co.uk/bmw/autumn-offers
That's just for a CP car with DCT, price will go up when the other options are added on.
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Old 13th October 2017, 11:59 AM   #16
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Not sure lease is the best option for an M4. As mentioned business lease especially would mean BIK which will be very steep. Adding options onto a lease car can get very expensive too.

If it is for personal use a PCP would be better - don't have any figures but a quick search on drivethedeal/coast2coast would give you a good idea of discount and get a PCP quote for comparison.

Nearly new car with the options you want that qualifies for the low APR rate on PCP would be the way to go. Also means avoiding the wait.
I've had prices back from a dealership via coast2coast but they were over 750 per month... Am waiting to hear from drivethedeal


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Thanks m3will, I'm already dealing with Select!
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