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    For Sale: M235i

    Have some man maths going in my head. Probably being a bit cheeky with the price but in this current climate if I can hit a mark I have somewhere better to park my money at the moment.

    If someone on here is seriously interested we can try have a deal. Not to sound like every other car seller but I am in not rush to let it go have an itch that needs scratching is all. If it happens for me at the right price, it happens. And hopefully a deal can be made where both parties are happy.

    Test pilots welcome!

    https://www.donedeal.ie/view/26672993 Bmw M235i


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordanfaf View Post
    Have some man maths going in my head. Probably being a bit cheeky with the price but in this current climate if I can hit a mark I have somewhere better to park my money at the moment.

    If someone on here is seriously interested we can try have a deal. Not to sound like every other car seller but I am in not rush to let it go have an itch that needs scratching is all. If it happens for me at the right price, it happens. And hopefully a deal can be made where both parties are happy.

    Test pilots welcome!

    https://www.donedeal.ie/view/26672993 Bmw M235i


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    My advice, as someone who spent the last year trying to sell a car at a high enough price point, is to price it properly and get rid as quick as you can. If you have it up for sale, then you don't really want to keep it, and trying to make money/lose nothing seems to be very difficult at this price point. I wasted months trying not to lose anything on my car when multiple people on here told me it was priced too high, if you're in any rush to get over to the UK or something like that, I would be looking at pricing it differently to get rid of it quickly. 35k seems very steep when checking Autotrader. That said, GLWS, it's a lovely car!

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    "Test pilots welcome"

    Dibs....

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    Certainly up there in terms of price though not compared to my old one https://www.carzone.ie/used-cars/bmw...journey=Search - the pics are fantastic btw - GLWS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peterboxster View Post
    Certainly up there in terms of price though not compared to my old one https://www.carzone.ie/used-cars/bmw...journey=Search - the pics are fantastic btw - GLWS
    Thats it Im putting my M135i up for sale, this madness trend is too good to miss!

    GLWTS she seems like a lovely yoke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conorw89 View Post
    My advice, as someone who spent the last year trying to sell a car at a high enough price point, is to price it properly and get rid as quick as you can. If you have it up for sale, then you don't really want to keep it, and trying to make money/lose nothing seems to be very difficult at this price point. I wasted months trying not to lose anything on my car when multiple people on here told me it was priced too high, if you're in any rush to get over to the UK or something like that, I would be looking at pricing it differently to get rid of it quickly. 35k seems very steep when checking Autotrader. That said, GLWS, it's a lovely car!
    Appreciate the advice. What I’m looking for is a plenty here so won’t be importing this time. And yes 35 is steep compared to the Uk for sure. But may be of interest to someone.

    This is an “if it happens it happens” deal for me. I tend to have swing and roundabouts with my car dreams so if I snap out before a deal can be done on this then it’ll stay on the drive.

    Might look at trading in if a dealer has a good offer, as yes. Selling private at the higher end can be a very slow process


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    my starting price here to sell privately would be to price around the same to import from uk and then knock something off. Having done that a few times I have still really struggled to sell cars privately for anything close and ended up selling closer to a trade price, sometimes many months afterwards, that's just my experience of selling privately in irleland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordanfaf View Post
    Appreciate the advice. What I’m looking for is a plenty here so won’t be importing this time. And yes 35 is steep compared to the Uk for sure. But may be of interest to someone.

    This is an “if it happens it happens” deal for me. I tend to have swing and roundabouts with my car dreams so if I snap out before a deal can be done on this then it’ll stay on the drive.

    Might look at trading in if a dealer has a good offer, as yes. Selling private at the higher end can be a very slow process


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    Looks like a lovely car and it’s obviously well looked after but unfortunately for you there is a M240i for sale a year newer with the B58 engine for 30 grand you will be lucky to get a few grand less than that for yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peterboxster View Post
    Certainly up there in terms of price though not compared to my old one https://www.carzone.ie/used-cars/bmw...journey=Search - the pics are fantastic btw - GLWS
    Ha ha, that’s insane. You’d buy a M4 for that.

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