Used BMW cars for sale

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BMW 1 Series

118d M Sport 2dr

£14,000
£249.80 per month
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  • 15,100
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW 3 Series

320d M Sport 5dr

Low mileage
 
£18,000
2013(05)
£326.66 per month
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  • 15,002
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW 3 Series

330d M Sport 4dr Step Auto [Professional Media]

£22,495
2014(14)
£413.03 per month
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  • 26,624
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
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BMW 1 Series

Xdrive Sport 5-Door

£13,699
2013(63)
£244.01 per month
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  • 29,913
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW 1 Series

116d Sport 2.0D SPORTS 6SP 5DR NEWSHAPE DIESEL SPORTS HB,59-000 SH,£30y TAX

£10,495
2013(63)
£182.45 per month
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  • 59,000
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW 1 Series

118d M Sport 5dr [Nav] Step Auto [DCP] [Leather]

£19,999
2016(16)
£365.07 per month
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  • 9,324
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW 3 Series

318d M Sport 4dr

Reduced by £400 was £23,900
 
£23,500
2016(16)
£432.34 per month
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  • 2,415
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW 1 Series

116d Sport 5dr [Nav] [DCP]

£14,999
2016(16)
£268.99 per month
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  • 14,829
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 1.5L
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BMW 1 Series

116d EfficientDynamics 5dr - BLUETOOTH - TAX FREE -

£9,620
2013(62)
£165.63 per month
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  • 53,528
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 1.6L
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BMW 5 Series

3.0TD 530d M Sport (258 BHP) Auto 4-Door

£35,000
2016(66)
£653.31 per month
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  • 110
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 3L
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BMW 1 Series

118d Sport 5-Door

£4,795
2006(56)
£72.92 per month
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  • 110,000
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW 5 Series

520d [190] M Sport 4dr Step Auto - XENONS - BLUETOOTH - CRUISE CONTROL -

Reduced by £800 was £20,698
 
£19,898
2014(64)
£363.13 per month
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  • 44,522
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW 3 Series

2.0 320d EfficientDynamics Business Edition 4dr (start/stop)

£10,000
2013(63)
£172.94 per month
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  • 108,260
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW 5 Series

2.0 520d SE 4dr Auto

Reduced by £300 was £16,270
 
£15,970
2013(63)
£287.65 per month
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  • 52,497
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2L
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BMW M2

2-Door

£48,822
2016(66)
£918.90 per month
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  • 2,500
  • Semi Automatic
  • Petrol
  • 3L
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Used Bmw

Country & Base – Germany – Munich

Key Models:

  • 1 Series [premium supermini and convertible]
  • 3 Series [compact executive saloon, convertible and estate]
  • 5 Series [executive saloon and estate]
  • 6 Series [executive coupe]
  • 7 Series [luxury saloon]
  • X1 [compact 4x4]
  • X3 [mid-size premium 4x4]
  • X5 [large 4x4]
  • Z4 [sports roadster]


RAC Cars Need To Know:

Billed as the 'Ultimate Driving Machine' BMW's focus seems to have shifted slightly in recent years. While still being impressive to drive, the company's direction is increasingly diverted to high power, high efficiency engines. This has accelerated sales of volume models such as the 320d, a diesel-engined 3 Series that can return over 68mpg yet still sprint to 60mph in less than eight seconds. As a result, there's no shortage of used stock of tidy 1, 3 and 5 Series diesels, although prices for some of the older V8 petrol-engined 5 Series models have collapsed. The once slow-selling 1 Series is now a firm recommendation.

Likewise the revered M badge, attached to only the sportiest BMW models, is no longer the guarantor of strong residual values, with running costs of cars like the M5 V8 or the M6 V10 depressing valuations. Even the M3 V8 is no longer the cast-iron seller it once was. The later cars, such as the 1M Coupe are, on the other hand, attracting rabid market interest. BMW has produced a string of successes, but has also a few less popular models on its hands, the 5 Series GT and the X1 not drawing quite such a following.

Reliability across the board is very good, although it's worth bearing in mind that only in the last three years or so has the run-flat tyre technology that BMW so wholeheartedly embraced caught up with the sort of ride quality that BMW owners have traditionally expected. Be careful of hard-driven M cars and track day specials and also steer clear of X models that have clearly had a tough life.

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