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  1. Probably worth around the £11k mark, but I'm a generous person so I'll give you £13k for it You can look at the guides as suggested, but Auto Trader will also show you how much similar cars are up for.
  2. Hello, I’m new

    Very nice, lucky you. Do you still have the E60? I'm on the lookout for one...
  3. 2007 BMW 535D M Sport LCi - Immaculate Condition!

    I echo the post above. If someone is looking for a well sorted car (regardless of what it is) they will pay good money for it. When I sold my 530d, I had a to wait a few weeks, but eventually someone bought it. He was fed up with looking at poor cars and was happy to pay a bit extra for a good example that needed nothing spending on it. Good luck with the sale.
  4. It's almost upon us....

    That's what a lifetime of heavy smoking will do to you. And I would imagine his recent run in with pneumonia won't have helped much either. I'm reserving judgement over the new series. I thought the last one started well but then fell away badly with some of the episodes being utter nonsense. I still wish they would ditch Hammond too, most irritating, unnatural presenter on TV!
  5. WTD: E36 323i or 328i in any body shape !!

    There seems to be a few options on fleabay, including this one; https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F302505773645
  6. I'm a bit late to this but just wanted to add another +1 for Simon at e-maps. Here was always the recommended mapper on BMWLAND forum. He is mobile so can come to you.
  7. E60 or F10

    Thanks for the replies so far, I'm still torn between the 2! I've found a nice E60 530d M sport (2009) which is almost identical to my old one, with the added bonus of SAT and updated i-drive. It's up for £10.5k which is about right I think. I've also found an F10 525d M sport (2010) which is £13.5k. It has a few extra bells and whistles compared to the E60, similar mileage. Both look to be in excellent condition and have the right service history etc. Whichever I go for I would re-map it, so the 2 would be circa 280 bhp. I think I will drive an F10 before deciding. Thanks again.
  8. E60 or F10

    Copied from intro section; Hello folks, hope you are all having a good day I am a previous E60 owner (530d LCi) and need some advice on a potential future purchase. Having spent the last 2 years with one of Stuttgart's finest, but also having to suffer a mundane daily hack for the work commute I am now considering selling both and coming back to the 5 series. My last one was awesome and my first thought was to buy another one (E60) but I am wondering whether I should go for an F10 instead? I don't want to spend much more than £15k and it looks like I could get an early 525 or 530 M sport F10 for that. My question though is what do I get in the F10 that I don't get in the E60 for the extra cash, which looks to be +£4k approx. Also, if I go F10, there seems to be a few SE models around with sport seats and good spec that are cheaper than M sport models (obviously) but still look nice. Again, apart from sports suspension, what do the SE models lose out on v's M sport? Hope that all makes sense. Cheers.
  9. Hello folks, hope you are all having a good day I am a previous E60 owner (530d LCi) and need some advice on a potential future purchase. Having spent the last 2 years with one of Stuttgart's finest, but also having to suffer a mundane daily hack for the work commute I am now considering selling both and coming back to the 5 series. My last one was awesome and my first thought was to buy another one (E60) but I am wondering whether I should go for an F10 instead? I don't want to spend much more than £15k and it looks like I could get an early 525 or 530 M sport F10 for that. My question though is what do I get in the F10 that I don't get in the E60 for the extra cash, which looks to be +£4k approx. Also, if I go F10, there seems to be a few SE models around with sport seats and good spec that are cheaper than M sport models (obviously) but still look nice. Again, apart from sports suspension, what do the SE models lose out on v's M sport? Hope that all makes sense. Cheers.
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