Well update on my X5 order.
All touchscreens have been pulled by BMW due to the chip shortages so will be normal screen and idrive.
But the good news is BMW giving all buyers £500 compensation to the end user (not lease company) and its still on schedule for delivery early March.
so 6-7 weeks away now.
Getting exciting. My first ever BMW.
Don't rule out buying none approved-used on a car that new, plenty of original warranty left!
Deposit placed.I've had a quick look on the AUC website to see what I'd look to buy if I was buying today with £30k. It's really slim pickings I'm afraid, but I'd probably go with something like this:
Lacking adaptive cruise which is a shame, but as it's slim pickings, this one could be a lot worse. Enjoy!Just emailed the dealer with me 'asks' which have all been accepted.
- Service done (due in 4K miles)
- Drivers seat treated, got the classic white seat blue jeans look, so that will get sorted.
- Couple of stone chips to be sorted
- Tyres all match
- Wheels to be A1 (they are I am told and from the video walk around sent to me)
- Letter H removed from the English language
Should be easy to sort.
Yes but the fact was expensive and most buyers just want the important things like Super Pro packs with black wheels, rather than useful equipment so such cars are rare.
Yes, it did. https://www.partridge-bmw.com/used-cars/13867316-bmw-4-series-440i-m-sport-gran-coupe/Did the 440i GC you drove have adaptive suspension? If so, try one with "normal" msport suspension, you might be pleasantly surprised. They ruined the adaptive suspension by putting springs more akin to the SE in it...