[E90 / E92 / E93] e91 '59 335d Sport Touring - £5,495 ono

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  1. 8 Oct 2019 at 9:51 AM #1
    SirDave

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    Having put a deposit on another M135i yesterday afternoon, both my e91 335d and e90 335i are now for sale. This is the thread for the 335d.

    '59 plate LCI touring in Sapphire Black with black leather/silver hex cube interior.
    236k miles (previous owner bought it on circa 20k, then did 6 years of 30-35k a year commuting from Salisbury to Hanworth down the M3 each day). I am the 3rd owner.
    Full service history, recently changed air/oil/pollen/fuel filters, all silicon vacuum hoses replaced, as have the waterpump/ thermostats, gearbox oil changed etc.
    EGR+EGR cooler has been removed/mapped out.
    Tyres are all Dunlop Sport Maxx's, decent tread, discs/pads are fine
    General condition of the car is very good, front end is a bit "motorway blasted" but barring that you'd never guess its done over 200k miles!!

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    When i bought it, i noticed that it was smoking on idle slightly (EGR not mapped out correctly last year) so i left it at BWchiptune (imho the best in the business) for a couple of days and told them to "fix anything you find" with the engine. They replaced the MAF/air temp sensor, gave everything a through once over, removed the DMS map that was on it previously and made sure that the car was running 100% properly, this was done on the dyno, so you can be assured that all is well. Red line is BWChiptune, Blue is DMS, black is back to standard.

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    The car gets up to temp perfectly fine and stays there, averages 37-42mpg depending on town>motorway at 80. This work cost over £800, but im a firm believer that if you are going to do a job, you do it properly …

    Spec wise, its got adaptive xenons (move with the steering wheel) inc. high beam assist, CIC navigation (with an uprated/enlarged SSD harddrive), bluetooth phone connection, electric folding/dipping outside mirrors (coded to fold on the key) and MQ Quart front/rear speaker upgrade with Vibe amp - this sounds great actually, similar to my Logic 7!! FYI, the base stereo in these is quite frankly awful!!! I've also swopped the autobox paddles so left is "-" and right is "+", plus coded digital speedo in the instrument cluster.

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    Pricing wise, its difficult to put a figure on it really, the next cheapest LCI 335d is £8.5k on 125k miles, then they generally start at £10k for ones with 100k. By comparison, this one has a few miles, but has had a lot of the preventative maintenance already done. Also, having had quite a few e9*'s (7 in the last 3 years as it happens), i can safely say that this one drives better/tighter than any of the others on half the miles.

    With all of that in mind, I’m looking for £5,495 but am open to any serious offers.
     
  2. 9 Oct 2019 at 10:56 PM #2
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    Bargain that... Nice power aswell @ 370bhp..

    Hows the gearbox feel, no clunk's and slippage?

    Cheers
     
  3. 10 Oct 2019 at 2:12 PM #3
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    Thanks! Yeah, it goes alright to say the least :blink:
    Gearbox is perfectly fine, feels exactly the same as my old 330d on 90k miles :thumbsup:
    I guess its basically had the easiest life ever just pootling up & down the motorway!
     
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  4. 11 Oct 2019 at 7:43 AM #4
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    Bargain that, id love to have that off you if the time was right.
     
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  5. 11 Oct 2019 at 6:38 PM #5
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  6. 16 Oct 2019 at 11:15 AM #6
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    Yeah its a brilliant car, really defies the mileage!!!
    For what its worth, my M135i has now been collected, so i will be advertising it on Pistonheads/Autotrader/Ebay in the next day or so.
    With that in mind, id be open to serious offers from Cutters members and/or their family/friends as i always prefer my cars to go to someone associated with the forum.
     
  7. 16 Oct 2019 at 3:23 PM #7
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    Id be very tempted myself actually but for me, I wouldn't be able to get very close to the advertised asking price though so I'll wish you well with the sale
     
  8. 16 Oct 2019 at 3:25 PM #8
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    Mmm tempting as it looks like my mileage might be increasing due to work. Where you located mate
     
  9. 16 Oct 2019 at 3:53 PM #9
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    Weybridge in Surrey, so assuming your in Sheffield, about 175 miles/3.5 hours away.
    Worth travelling for a good car though :thumbsup:
     
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  10. 16 Oct 2019 at 5:07 PM #10
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    Why oh why does every car I ever buy come from
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    That neck of the woods
     
  11. 18 Oct 2019 at 12:19 PM #11
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    Just bloody paid a shed load to rebuild the auto transmission in my e46 330d! If only I’d seen this before and has an extra 120hp!
     
  12. 19 Oct 2019 at 7:51 AM #12
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    A few questions if I may, Is there any additional oil services that are not listed? Have the swirl flaps been deleted?
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