As one of the leading luxury SUVs our team get a phenomenal amount of interest in this car (and similar ones) as the luxury 4×4 market has grown considerably in the UK over the last 2-3 years. Traditional executive models like the BMW 5 and 7 series are less popular, as customers move towards more diverse vehicles which offer a higher seating position and improves aesthetics.
The investment into the SUV is perhaps been a little more as this has become the primary battleground for most manufacturers.
The X5 is a perfect example of that car which can be used as a company car, family car and is yet a stylish vehicle.
So why do we work with Park Lane BMW? As a credit broker, not a lender or supplier, we introduce our customers to a) a finance company and b) source a vehicle from a selected panel of vehicle suppliers. Working with the right vehicle supplier is paramount as this team will order our vehicle and subsequently deliver it.
Where BMW Park Lane exceed our customer expectations is that they deliver all of their vehicles via a first-class transport system; the vehicle are never directly driven to a customer.
They are stored on a purpose built HGV which carries 3-4 vehicles, so that our customer’s car arrives in a perfect condition and without any additional mileage. This definitely preserves the new car feeling! Add to that an award-winning level of customer service; things do go wrong in the process or with the car. Where this arises, their team will step in and treat our customer as if this was our own.
What is the best luxury SUV for leasing? This is a common question and one which is actually very difficult to answerer. With great competition in the market in the form of the Audi Q7, Range Rover Sport, Porsche Cayenne and Mercedes GLE to name but a few) much of the right car to lease debate will fall down to personal opinion and price.
The deals we display will change on a daily and weekly basis, particularly where we operate stock-based offers.
For example, a BWM X5 could be substantially cheaper than a GLE on a like for like quote because we have a considerable discount on a small batch of vehicles – this may only last a couple of weeks. After the offer has finished, the discount may go towards the Mercedes. This is why there is no real “right time” to look for a contract hire vehicle.
Unfortunately, it is all a bit random and often a question of luck.
For customers who know which car they need (and the price they need to pay), ask your finance company or credit broker to add you to a mailing list. Due to increased protection by way of the GDPR provisions, unsolicited marketing communication of no longer possible.
In terms of the car shown here, the BMW X5 DIESEL ESTATE xDrive30d M Sport 5dr Auto, this is based on the following configuration:
· Phytonic Blue – Metallic Paint
· Extended individual Merino leather – Black/Black
· Dark aluminium mesh interior trim
· Comfort pack – X5
· M Sport Plus Pack – X5 with 22″ M Double spoke light alloy with mixed tyre in bicolour finish – style 742
· Technology Pack
· Sky Lounge panoramic glass sunroof
In terms of standard equipment on the X5 M Sport please note – driver/passenger sport seats, parking assistance with reversing assistance, lateral parking, rear view camera, Hi-Fi loudspeaker, automatic air conditioning with 2.5 zone control, 20” alloys, heat insulated glass, rain sensing wipers with automatic headlight activation, ADB, ASC, CBC, hill start assistance, M Sport braking system, heated & cooled cup holder. velour floor mats, enhanced Bluetooth with wireless charging, attentiveness assist, cruise control, front/rear park assistance control, automatic tailgate with top and bottom hinged opening, 20GB hard drive, front seat ventilation, BMW digital live cockpit with 12.3” digital instrument panel and 12.£” CID, Wi-Fi hotpot, automatically dimming rear view mirror, DAB radio, body coloured externals, door inlays in M design and illuminated, M aerodynamics, dynamic brake lights with LE technology, LED headlights/fog lights/rear lights, leather steering wheel, multifunction controls on steering wheel, ambient interior lighting, connected package professional, warning triangle and first aid kit, Thatcham cat 1 alarm with immobiliser, electrically adjustable front seats and front/rear seat heating. In terms of additional specification, consider adding – the M Sport Plus Pack and Comfort Pack.
In terms of the Packs, the main ones to consider:
· Comfort Package – heated and cooled upholder, sunblind, comfort access, comfort seats and heated front/rear seats;
· Technology Package – Harmon/Kardon sound system, parking assistance pack, display key and head up display; and
· Visibility Package – BMW laserlights and high-beam assistant.
In terms of the technical-side, company car and business users can note the P11d at £61,695.00 and CO2 at 165g/km. The 2993CC 8 speed auto engine delivers 265ps, 0-62 times of 6.5 seconds and combined MPG of 44.8 (EC).
So would you select the X5 as your next car leasing option? Or would the other options be for you?
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