Having previously enjoyed a BMW 4 series for 3 years, the customer wanted to join the growing number of people who enjoy an SUV vehicle.
When you are reviewing these types of luxury vehicles to lease, it’s fair to say that there are no wrong answers; they are all very good choices and it is simply down to personal preference as to which car will be meet your needs and requirements.
In terms of the car shown here, the BMW X6 Diesel Estate xDrive M50d 5dr Auto, this is based on the following configuration:
· Space Grey Metallic Paint
· Black Dakota Leather
· Aluminium Interior Trim
· Sun Protection Glass
As standard the car includes M suspension, dual zone air conditioning, advanced loudspeaker system, Dakota leather, 20” alloys, cruise control, sports seats, reversing camera, driving assistant pack, green tinted glass, heat insulated glass, rain sensor with auto light activation, heated washer nozzles, dynamic traction control, dynamic brake control, hill descent control, hill start assist, velour floor mats, voice control system, front/rear park distance control, electric tailgate release, 20GB hard drive, 6.5” colour display screen, BMW teleservices, professional navigation system, auto dimming and following mirrors, auto dimming rear view mirror, DAD radio, body coloured bumpers, double kidney grille, stainless steel exhaust pipes, xenon headlights, 3 spoke sports leather steering wheel, ambient lighting, extend storage pack, crash sensor, Thatcham cat 1 alarm/immobiliser and heated front seats. In terms of additional factory options consider adding – sun protection glass, electric glass tilt and slide sunroof and front seat ventilation.
On the technical-side, company car and business users can note the P11d at £70,890.00 and CO2 at 205g/km. The 2993CC 8 speed auto engine offers 36.2 combined MPG, 381ps and 0-62 times of 5.2 seconds. Service intervals on the X6 diesel are every 24 months or 18,000 miles, whichever land sooner.
So would the X6 be your select leasing option or would you consider the alternatives above for your next luxury lease?