M135i/128ti Lease deal

M135i/128ti Lease deal

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Steve vRS

4,173 posts

207 months

Monday 22nd February
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I’d check with AC. I’ve taken the full maintenance package.

Padgio

14 posts

156 months

Monday 22nd February
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Arnold Clark have responded very quickly to say:

"Technically this is a customer maintained contract.

The services element covers the RFl and 1st reg fee. However we purchase the BMW service package which means your vehicle is covered for Servicing for the duration of the contract.

The BMW service pack will be mentioned on the official order that I will sent to you on receipt of the signed precontract agreement."

I've now had my precontract returned and signed from their end. It now lists "BMW Service Pack (A)" under accessories to clear any ambiguity.

All good then and I have to say communication is very good.

Hank.Scorpio

9 posts

4 months

Monday 22nd February
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Gunslinger18 said:
Steve vRS said:
AC explained that on a non maintained quote, that entry in the services Colin is for delivery, collection and road fund licence.
So we still need to pay for a service?
What is your quote? You'll either have

1. with Vehicle excise duty - Roughly £12 under services and covers road tax

2. with Vehicle excise duty, Full maintenance, No quibble tyres, AA Recovery. - Roughly £25 under services. Road tax, servicing, tyres and AA. To what extent the tyres are replaced I'm trying to figure out myself. Others have mentioned the car has recovery anyway to me it's more about the servicing and tyres anyway so it's a bonus

Hg93

41 posts

8 months

Monday 22nd February
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This is what david said when i asked him about the services

"The BMW service pack is included but this is technically a non-maintained agreement but BMW will service the car as purchase the BMW service pack."

My understanding is the cost of service is inluded

Update

Just got my order form states service plan on it

Edited by Hg93 on Monday 22 February 16:34

cnc8587

39 posts

24 months

Monday 22nd February
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All quotes include BMW service plan.

The cars are ordered by AC through Harry Fairbairn and include the BMW service plan with them.

Harbornite

21 posts

31 months

Monday 22nd February
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Hg93 said:
This is what david said when i asked him about the services

"The BMW service pack is included but this is technically a non-maintained agreement but BMW will service the car as purchase the BMW service pack."

My understanding is the cost of service is covered

Anyone disagree??
Thats exactly my understanding.



Gunslinger18

308 posts

24 months

Monday 22nd February
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Has anybody activated the auto center account if so what is it?

Tony Angelino

1,438 posts

79 months

Monday 22nd February
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Gunslinger18 said:
Has anybody activated the auto center account if so what is it?
I have, nothing really of interest at this stage. In time it will be worth it with information about servicing, invoices etc.


Rjbond01

14 posts

13 months

Monday 22nd February
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Submitted my details today..... let’s see how we go.
Misano Blue M135i with pro pack...

Gunslinger18

308 posts

24 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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I'm not really a fan of red cars but I like the look of this

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/car-details/2021021992...

Thoughts?

Driller38

176 posts

44 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Gunslinger18 said:
I'm not really a fan of red cars but I like the look of this

http://www.autotrader.co.uk/car-details/2021021992...

Thoughts?
That looks really nice 👍

technicalfoamboy

52 posts

70 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Put my application in today, waiting for acceptance.

M135xi, metallic storm bay, pro-pack (inc 19" 552 style alloy wheels), service pack on 8kpa, 35+1 deal

Don't require the car until September and I've been assured this is not a problem.

Gunslinger18

308 posts

24 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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technicalfoamboy said:
Put my application in today, waiting for acceptance.

M135xi, metallic storm bay, pro-pack (inc 19" 552 style alloy wheels), service pack on 8kpa, 35+1 deal

Don't require the car until September and I've been assured this is not a problem.
Don't need mine till September either. 71 plate?

Zoon

5,120 posts

87 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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technicalfoamboy said:
Put my application in today, waiting for acceptance.

M135xi, metallic storm bay, pro-pack (inc 19" 552 style alloy wheels), service pack on 8kpa, 35+1 deal

Don't require the car until September and I've been assured this is not a problem.
What was the price on that?

technicalfoamboy

52 posts

70 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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I had enquired previously so received a great quote. It would be unfair of me to publish that figure as new quotes would be higher.

technicalfoamboy

52 posts

70 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Gunslinger18 said:
technicalfoamboy said:
Put my application in today, waiting for acceptance.

M135xi, metallic storm bay, pro-pack (inc 19" 552 style alloy wheels), service pack on 8kpa, 35+1 deal

Don't require the car until September and I've been assured this is not a problem.
Don't need mine till September either. 71 plate?
It's mainly due to my existing lease ends then.

ricof

69 posts

24 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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I've had a few quotes, AC are the best value by far but I can't wait 16 weeks for a factory order.

I'm happy to forego any special options (but I really would prefer performance tyres on the 128ti) to get a car sooner. Do we know of anyone else with quicker lead times?

For reference:
AC
128ti
storm bay, HK, sun glass, performance tyres (my choices)
3x35, 5k
16 week lead
£280 per month, £295 amortised

Arval
128ti
misano
sun glass, enhanced bluetooth, standard tyres (fixed order options)
6x35, 5k
6 week lead time
£302 per month, £343 amortised

Edited by ricof on Tuesday 23 February 17:59

Gunslinger18

308 posts

24 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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technicalfoamboy said:
I had enquired previously so received a great quote. It would be unfair of me to publish that figure as new quotes would be higher.
Unfair on who?

duckson

Original Poster:

873 posts

148 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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Gunslinger18 said:
technicalfoamboy said:
I had enquired previously so received a great quote. It would be unfair of me to publish that figure as new quotes would be higher.
Unfair on who?
Indeed, prices change on things all the time.

As a matter of interest when did you get the quote and do you know for a fact prices have gone up? Thanks.

GrgeClrk

62 posts

4 months

Tuesday 23rd February
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technicalfoamboy said:
I had enquired previously so received a great quote. It would be unfair of me to publish that figure as new quotes would be higher.
...just post it bro.

I'm sure nobody will care if you got it for £x cheaper a month considering the current deals are still outrageous