posted 4 years ago

BMW 5 Series Touring Finance

The BMW 5 Series Touring is perfect for shifting monstrous piles of luggage, monstrous kids, and monstrous mother in laws.

The BMW 5 Series Touring is perfect for shifting monstrous piles of luggage, monstrous kids, and monstrous mother in laws. Mercifully, though, this family workhorse is available via a personal contract purchase plan that is not monstrously expensive. Terms for the 520d SE trim therefore include a £8,934.02 deposit of which BMW pays £3,484.02. This is followed by thirty-five monthly payments of £369. Throughout this period monster movers have an annual mileage allowance of 10,000 with any excesses charged at 6.3 pence per- mile. At the end of the contract there are three options: One, pay the £12,802.50 purchase fee to own the vehicle outright. This totals £34,661.52 including interest and the £10 purchase fee. Option two is to return it and walk away. There should be nothing else to pay subject to mileage/condition. Option three is to part exchange and start a new contract.

The BMW 520d SE Touring is a monstrously capable workhorse. Why? Because its cargo capacity, for starters, is a spacious 560-litres increasing to 1,670-litres when the rear bench is folded flat. This load-lugger also has sure-footed handling and a comfortable ride to keep monsters of all types comfortable and safe. This complements the pleasing specification that includes the electronic stability programme, leather, and parking sensors. The 520d SE has a tremendous engine too. This 2.0-litre 184bhp diesel therefore propels motorists to 62mph in a speedy 8.3 seconds and averages a fantastic 57.5mpg. Fuel bills not too monstrous, then. Plus - of course - this is a BMW. It therefore feels beautifully screwed together and sports a highly fashionable badge. Monster movers have never had it so good.