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2007 BMW 535D M Sport LCi - Immaculate Condition!

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Stunning car 8)

 

I'm generally not an E60 fan bar the M5 (because it's a V10) and the tourings, but yours would make me think twice

 

GLWTS!

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Car is a credit to owners! seriously looked after and loved oooohhhh somebody going to get top motor here! Sure it will go soon  good luck ps that photo is mega!:D

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On 19/09/2017 at 9:17 PM, chopp said:

Car is a credit to owners! seriously looked after and loved oooohhhh somebody going to get top motor here! Sure it will go soon  good luck ps that photo is mega!:D

 

Thank you bud, hopefully it goes it somebody who will appreciate it as much as I do. 535d's are rare here as it is, let alone one in this condition.

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4 hours ago, wakey said:

Lovely looking car there mate - I do like the Space grey.

 

I'm not normally a fan of the Oyster leather but it works really well with the car.

 

Hopefully a buyer will be found!

 

I believe it's Silver Grey bud, as Space grey is slightly darker, but thank you! I appreciate it :)

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Not sure how to reply to some of these messages on here, I am pretty sure I am younger than most of you on here and yet your maturity level is disappointing at best.

 

I am happy to take all kinds of feedback, both good and bad as long as it has a point. So let me answer a few things for you:

 

1. "It's nice but not 13k nice" - Find me a nicer one for 13k or less? And no, I mean one with every single option this car has, with every single item it has had changed in the last 3 months (2k miles) and with such service history background, then I ll lower it. 

2. "car is F10 money bla bla bla". No. Just no. This car is some bottom of the barrel F10 money, with crappy spec and definitely not a 535d M sport either. So please, keep that to yourself.

3. "up there on mileage". So? I turned down 3 E60s before buying this, which were cheaper than this car funnily enough and had about 40k less miles. They drove like dogs, had turbo whine and many owners trying to hide obvious oil leaks and pretending like there are no bangs from their suspension.

4. If you don't have any intention on purchasing this, why are you commenting?

 

Most importantly, a car is worth what somebody is willing to pay for it. Someone out there will be looking for a top spec E60 535d M Sport in top condition, and that will come at a cost. I've had a lot of interest, and many questions, so it will just take a little bit of time to find it's new owner.

 

This is exactly why I don't normally post car sale threads on forums...

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Just a matter of waiting for the right buyer. Thing is you could buy an E60 and then if you are unlucky spend £5k in the first year of ownership fixing various issues. With the maintenance history of this car the chances of that are vastly reduced, and along with the mint condition of this car someone may well be happy to pay that premium. As always no guarantees with buying used cars though. It will probably need to be more widely advertised. Good luck !

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Yeah I agree...a lot of people overlook maintenance and potential issues and just look at the asking price.

 

A rough but cheap example of one of these could easily turn into a wallet Hoover.

 

E.g. a set of tyres, discs and pads can add a quick £1500

 

Op have you tried advertising it elsewhere? 

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3 hours ago, wakey said:

Yeah I agree...a lot of people overlook maintenance and potential issues and just look at the asking price.

 

A rough but cheap example of one of these could easily turn into a wallet Hoover.

 

E.g. a set of tyres, discs and pads can add a quick £1500

 

Op have you tried advertising it elsewhere? 

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It's on eBay, someone posted another at a similar price, laughed when I read the specs and condition compared to this.

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12 hours ago, wakey said:

Yeah I agree...a lot of people overlook maintenance and potential issues and just look at the asking price.

 

A rough but cheap example of one of these could easily turn into a wallet Hoover.

 

E.g. a set of tyres, discs and pads can add a quick £1500

 

Op have you tried advertising it elsewhere? 

 

Yes mate, it's on Atotrader, Ebay, Gumtree and Pistonheads. And here I guess.

 

On 27/09/2017 at 2:34 PM, Tuvoc said:

Just a matter of waiting for the right buyer. Thing is you could buy an E60 and then if you are unlucky spend £5k in the first year of ownership fixing various issues. With the maintenance history of this car the chances of that are vastly reduced, and along with the mint condition of this car someone may well be happy to pay that premium. As always no guarantees with buying used cars though. It will probably need to be more widely advertised. Good luck !

 

That's exactly my point...It;s like buying an AMG under 10k and then realising that you cannot afford to change the brakes or the rear airbag suspension...

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