M135i/128ti Lease deal

M135i/128ti Lease deal

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Steve vRS

4,082 posts

205 months

Thursday 11th February
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I like the red detailing.

leedsutd79

8 posts

54 months

Thursday 11th February
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Gunslinger18 said:
Can I ask what folk have been quoted for the service package?

I was quoted £12 PCM which is £436 over the 3 years.

I phoned BM today and its £300 frown
I couldn't get a quote without the service pack, however full package including tyres was £25 more.

On the BMW website it comes up as £20/month?

duckson

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781 posts

146 months

Thursday 11th February
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leedsutd79 said:
Gunslinger18 said:
Can I ask what folk have been quoted for the service package?

I was quoted £12 PCM which is £436 over the 3 years.

I phoned BM today and its £300 frown
I couldn't get a quote without the service pack, however full package including tyres was £25 more.

On the BMW website it comes up as £20/month?
Yes i'v seen £20pm mentioned on babybmw.net as well and the service prices quoted as follows;

First service - £296.86
Second service - £492.20

Mine is £11.21pm for services only, no tyres. Worth it? Maybe, maybe not, i've also read of the first service being more like £350-400 from the Facebook group so I'm past caring for a handful of £ really.

Steve vRS

4,082 posts

205 months

Thursday 11th February
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Jesus. What do they do for that? Oil, filter, plugs and a night of coke and hookers?

duckson

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781 posts

146 months

Thursday 11th February
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Steve vRS said:
Jesus. What do they do for that? Oil, filter, plugs and a night of coke and hookers?
I think the brake fluid is also done.

The Mad Jock

30 posts

184 months

Thursday 11th February
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A couple of screenshots relevant to servicing etc. The first one is a quote I got for a 128ti - it includes maintenance, no quibble tyres and also AA for the term. Second one is an extract from the 1-series online brochure - £20 a month (regardless of version, looking at this) but you’re not getting tyres or AA for that.




Steve vRS

4,082 posts

205 months

Thursday 11th February
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The Mad Jock said:
but you’re not getting tyres or AA for that.
Don’t you get roadside assist with BMW anyway for 3 years?

The Mad Jock

30 posts

184 months

Thursday 11th February
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Steve vRS said:
Don’t you get roadside assist with BMW anyway for 3 years?
Good point and you’re quite right, just checked on the BMW UK website. So it’s down to what exactly ‘No Quibble Tyres’ means in reality. Also, I don’t know if BMW allow you to take out the £20 a month servicing on a PCH car that isn’t technically yours? I know Volvo generally don’t let you take advantage of servicing packages, although some people have sneaked it past their dealer.

Steve vRS

4,082 posts

205 months

Thursday 11th February
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duckson said:
Yes i'v seen £20pm mentioned on babybmw.net as well and the service prices quoted as follows;

First service - £296.86
Second service - £492.20

Mine is £11.21pm for services only, no tyres. Worth it? Maybe, maybe not, i've also read of the first service being more like £350-400 from the Facebook group so I'm past caring for a handful of £ really.
Are those prices based on mileage or time I.e first at 20k second at 40k? As a potential high mileage driver would my third be the ‘cheap’ service.

Chestrockwell

2,416 posts

121 months

Thursday 11th February
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duckson said:
Started a thread to discuss and compare lease deals for the M135i and 128ti mainly from Arnold Clark (currently at least).

What have you gone for, delivery updates, questions etc.....

My deal;
M135i, mineral grey, Plus pack (w/ 557m), Berlin interior trim option, 8k pa, 3+35, £342.74pm (inc service pack as all their quotes include).
4 month lead time.
Hi there, just had a look on the Arnold Clarke website and can’t find that deal, are these PCH or PCP?

My brother just ordered the Golf 8 R, 3+23 10k per annum is 440 with HK audio.

The BMW deal seems a lot better and he wanted the BMW first but couldn’t find any deals!

duckson

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781 posts

146 months

Thursday 11th February
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Steve vRS said:
duckson said:
Yes i'v seen £20pm mentioned on babybmw.net as well and the service prices quoted as follows;

First service - £296.86
Second service - £492.20

Mine is £11.21pm for services only, no tyres. Worth it? Maybe, maybe not, i've also read of the first service being more like £350-400 from the Facebook group so I'm past caring for a handful of £ really.
Are those prices based on mileage or time I.e first at 20k second at 40k? As a potential high mileage driver would my third be the ‘cheap’ service.
I don't know what the 3rd service entails, maybe the same as the first as you say as they do tend to go minor-major-minor etc.

duckson

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781 posts

146 months

Thursday 11th February
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Chestrockwell said:
duckson said:
Started a thread to discuss and compare lease deals for the M135i and 128ti mainly from Arnold Clark (currently at least).

What have you gone for, delivery updates, questions etc.....

My deal;
M135i, mineral grey, Plus pack (w/ 557m), Berlin interior trim option, 8k pa, 3+35, £342.74pm (inc service pack as all their quotes include).
4 month lead time.
Hi there, just had a look on the Arnold Clarke website and can’t find that deal, are these PCH or PCP?

My brother just ordered the Golf 8 R, 3+23 10k per annum is 440 with HK audio.

The BMW deal seems a lot better and he wanted the BMW first but couldn’t find any deals!
PCH

Contact david.harrison@arnoldclark.com for a quote.

Gunslinger18

244 posts

22 months

Friday 12th February
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leedsutd79 said:
Gunslinger18 said:
Can I ask what folk have been quoted for the service package?

I was quoted £12 PCM which is £436 over the 3 years.

I phoned BM today and its £300 frown
I couldn't get a quote without the service pack, however full package including tyres was £25 more.

On the BMW website it comes up as £20/month?
I phoned Douglas Park and they quoted me £300. The parts guy I was speaking to was tring to give me the sales pitch about another package so it could be the £20pcm.

duckson

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781 posts

146 months

Friday 12th February
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Gunslinger18 said:
I phoned Douglas Park and they quoted me £300. The parts guy I was speaking to was tring to give me the sales pitch about another package so it could be the £20pcm.
Was this a 3yr service pack? Seems impossibly cheap to me compared to what 2 paid services would cost.

Wdk1866

186 posts

83 months

Friday 12th February
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duckson said:
Well it was 29th March, now it's changed to 24th May which is better for me (if it's accurate).
Haha that does sounds more realistic. So the two stages I can see so far are
1. Await validation
2. Order submitted

Nothing else for me so far, despite a few nudges to Arnold Clark.

duckson

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781 posts

146 months

Friday 12th February
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Wdk1866 said:
Haha that does sounds more realistic. So the two stages I can see so far are
1. Await validation
2. Order submitted

Nothing else for me so far, despite a few nudges to Arnold Clark.
Yep that’s the same as mine, will update when/if it changes.

Davinson.Mina

4 posts

2 months

Friday 12th February
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My car is due in on the 26th of April, which is a lot quicker than the original 16+ weeks I was informed!
I have called my local dealer and they reckon the current lead time for a factory order is April.

Gunslinger18

244 posts

22 months

Friday 12th February
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duckson said:
Was this a 3yr service pack? Seems impossibly cheap to me compared to what 2 paid services would cost.
Yeah

Hg93

33 posts

6 months

Friday 12th February
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Anyone know if the deals is finished

I sent an email to david yesteray saying i was intrested got no replly


GrgeClrk

33 posts

2 months

Friday 12th February
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I've been waiting for over 48 hours for a reply on my finance and haven't had a reply despite chasing.

Blamed on a backlog.

Eugh.