'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!! History is as follows: 335d Service History by Sir_Dave, on Flickr 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. Untitled by Sir_Dave, on Flickr 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. Untitled by Sir_Dave, on Flickr Untitled by Sir_Dave, on Flickr Untitled by Sir_Dave, on Flickr Untitled by Sir_Dave, on Flickr Untitled by Sir_Dave, on Flickr Untitled by Sir_Dave, on Flickr Untitled by Sir_Dave, on Flickr Untitled by Sir_Dave, on Flickr 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.