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      11-12-2012, 07:33 AM   #1
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Too good to be true?

So before I picked up my car, I really fancied a 330d LCI, but they where way out of budget. Nearly 2-3k more than what I wanted to pay and typically older/more miles.

Anyways I just had a peak on Auto Trader, and saw this pop up: 330d SE LCI 6MT 58 plate
It doesn't list the mileage (never like that) but even if it had 100k on it, the price just seems too good.

Either way, it just got me thinking about a big D and wondered what kind of price is reasonable for a 330d LCI with full service?

Dont get me wrong, I love my 325i but cant help thinking 40+ mpg and effortless go on the motorway would be nice :P
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      11-12-2012, 07:53 AM   #2
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the mileage will probs be high, seems like there is a good chance it would be an ex company car as they all run 3 year leases!

its in bham so cars are always a little cheaper up north and its an SE, id say its about right mate, and a good spec and a good buy at the price too
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      11-12-2012, 08:28 AM   #3
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Just give them a ring on the mileage. If it is high then you know. The price doesn't seem too good to be true at a glance but it does seem very good.

Worth noting that bigger engine rear wheel drive cars don't sell so well on the close run up to winter and possible snow so that could be having an impact but it will almost certainly come down to the mileage.

The traders website looks legit but they have only published the mileage on a few of their cars. There will be a reason for that.
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