Used BMW 3 Series 2010 Diesel for Sale

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57.8 KPG. excellent condition, tested until Feb 2017, fully serviced, recently valeted , Bluetooth handsfree, two keys. Car Tax only €190 - Taxed until June, ABS, Adjustable Steering Wheel, Air Conditioning, Alarm, Alloy Wheels, CD Player, Climate Control, Driver Airbag, Electric Windows, Immobiliser, Multiple Airbags, Parking Sensors, Rear Head Rests, Remote Central Locking, Traction Control.Stop/start Technology

Price €11,500
Body Type Saloon
Doors 4
Owners 2
Gearbox Manual
Mileage 273,588 Km
Fuel Diesel
MPG -
Boot Size -
Tax Expiryup to 04/2017
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
NCT Expiryup to 02/2019
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019

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BMW 3 Series ( 2006)

76/100
our score
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Pros
  • Styling & Design

    Coupe

  • Engine Specifications

    Awesome range

  • Performance

    All perform well

  • Ride & Handling

    Balanced

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Perfect for drivers

  • Space & Practicality

    Front space/boot

  • Safety

    Superb spec

  • Value & Running Costs

    Resale king

  • Quality & Refinement

    Fine engineering

  • Equipment

    Reasonable spec

  • Summary

    The definitive sport saloon.

Cons
  • Styling & Design

    Saloon

  • Engine Specifications

    4 cylinder petrols

  • Performance

    4 cylinder petrols

  • Ride & Handling

    Detached

  • Interior & Ergonomics

    Tight access

  • Space & Practicality

    Tight in the back

  • Safety

    Sparse base models

  • Value & Running Costs

    Imports

  • Quality & Refinement

    Big wheels

  • Equipment

    Room for more

  • Summary

    Numb steering, tight rear space, expensive.

Style & Design
7/10

The saloon is aging fast with the basic model looking rather grim these days. A decent colour and a larger set of wheels can spice it up, though. The estate isn't really any more interesting but the Coupe and Convertible are exquisite looking cars, lithe, aggressive and perfectly surfaced.

Performance
7/10

None of the four-cylinder petrol engines have much in the way of go, so opt for the quick 320d, 323d or 325i instead. 330i, 330d, 335i and 335d all offer serious pace (for big money) while the M3 is proper fast though not as electrifying as Audi's all-wheel-drive RS4.

Ride & Handling
7/10

The 3-Series' chassis is balanced and it’s fun on a smooth road, but the ride is too firm (especially on M Sport models), the steering is numb and the gearbox is rubbery. The M3 is huge fun but not as delicate as we'd hoped.

Interior & Ergonomics
9/10

The cabin boasts simply excellent ergonomics, a wonderful driving position, great dials and now eight programmable buttons so i-Drive (optional with Sat Nav) can be avoided. The basic driving environment is almost flawless, though the cabin is snug and the door openings small.

Quality & Refinement
8/10

The 3-Series feels very solidly made with none of the issues that effect American-made models like the X5 or Z4. The ride is firm but comfortable and refined unless you plum for big wheels and a sport suspension.

Safety
9/10

The 5 star NCAP 3-Series has six airbags, ISOFIX child seat mounts, seatbelt pretensioners and load limiters, ESP and emergency brake lights as standard. Automatic lights and wipers and park aids are standard on most models also.

Space & Practicality
6/10

The 3-Series is no family car. Front space is only bearable while the low roofline restricts rear access and rear occupants are surprisingly cramped. The Touring is marginally roomier while the Coupe and convertible are actually pretty good compared to rivals. All have a decent boot.

Value & Running Costs
6/10

The 3-Series isn't a cheap car by any means and you need to spend extra to make it feel special. Residuals are strong but suffering due to import influx while running cost vary wildly depending on the engine and model.

Equipment
7/10

Basic models now have six airbags, electric windows, remote locks, a CD player, air conditioning and 16-inch alloy wheels which seems like plenty until you explore the options list - cupholders, an iPod jack, Bluetooth... careful, though, it adds up fast!

Engine Specifications
10/10

The best engine in the range include the stonking 177hp, 350Nm 2.0 diesel (320d); 204hp/400Nm (323d); 218hp, 250Nm 2.5 6-cylinder (325i); 286hp, 580Nm 3.0 6-cylinder twin-turbo diesel (335d) and the M3's delightful 420hp, 400Nm 4.0-litre V8.

Of all the BMWs currently on sale, the 3-Series Coupe is by far the best looking. And I do mean by faaaaar! The lines are flowing and elegant, the proportions are orgasmic and the detailing is quite exquisite. I go a tiny bit weak at the knees every time I see one and I have yet to see a bad colour or an ugly set of wheels fitted to one, either. It is BMW's best car by some margin (excluding the M5, natch) and this 335d is probably the best derivative of the best car, making it the best of the best. Of the best.

 

And so it should be. It weighs in at a pant-dampening 70 grand in basic form, and a few well-chosen options can quickly push the 335d's price into Porsche Cayman territory, as was the case with our €85,000 test car. For that you get sat nav, sexy alloys, power leather seats, active steering and a Bluetooth phone kit to go along with the standard (and rather slick) six-speed automatic transmission, Xenon lights, climate control and parking sensors. There's an endless number of ways to customise your 3-Series Coupe, in fact, turning it into a low-slung luxury car rather than sporty coupé, but then that is part of the appeal, I suppose, isn't it?

Most of your money goes under the bonnet, of course. With 286hp and an organ-re-arranging 580Nm of torque available from its six-cylinder 3.0-litre turbo diesel, the 335d isn't just quick, it's seriously 'fuggin’ ‘ell' fast. Zero to the metric ton takes a mere 6.1 seconds and top speed has to be reined in at 250km such is the performance potential, and yet a gentle right foot could potentially squeeze up to 800km from its 61-litre fuel tank and even a leaden right hoof like mine can still manage 9.5L/100km over all kinds of mixed driving. I suppose the cash savings of such a frugal engine are a bit irrelevant to anyone with 85 grand to blow on a small coupé, but not having to visit the oily corner of the petrol station as often is something we can all appreciate, particularly those with snazzy shoes and expensive slacks.

Alas, as good as the 335d Coupe is, it's not perfect. Our test car had optional 18-inch wheels and even though it wasn't on the M-Sport suspension it still didn't ride with much finesse and certainly didn't feel sure-footed over anything but smooth surfaces. The active steering also felt artificial and lifeless and while the automatic was slick and offered excellent throttle response, it sometimes conspired with the off-boost turbo to leave the 335d flat-footed and hesitant before everything hooks up and catapults you down the road as if released from a slingshot. Want more involvement? Get a Nissan 350Z or a Mazda RX-8 or save up for the upcoming M3. Want a knee-wobblingly pretty luxury coupé? Join the queue.

Engine: 3.0 litre, in-line 6-cylinder turbo diesel, 286hp, 580Nm
Transmission: 6-speed automatic
Acceleration: 0–100km/h: 6.1 seconds
Top speed: 250km/h (limited)
Economy: 7.5L/100km
CO2: 200g/km
Boot Capacity: 430 litres
Weight: 1,645kg
Price: €70,500
Price as tested: €84,815

Verdict:
Aching desirability, surprising practicality, eye-widening pace and decent economy, but both ride and price could be softer.

4 Stars

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20 OCT
5/5

Great car. Very economical.

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