The new BMW M235 coupe is preparing to become a worthy successor to the crazy 1-Series Coupe. The lease offer gives you a top model in the luxury sport coupe segment offers a cheap way to get tons of luxury and performance.. A special treat is the inline six cylinder that cranks out 320 horsepower while getting 32 MPG on the highway.

2014 BMW M235i Lease

$4,202 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. 320 Horsepower/32 MPG.) Miles: 36,000

MSRP $43,100

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Lease Details
Payment Breakdown: BMW is offering a lease of a 2014 M235i Coupe to customers who qualify (through BMW Financial Services). You will pay $479 a month for 36 months for total lease payments of $17,244, a $3,000 down payment, a $350 disposition fee and a $725 acquisition fee for a total of $21,319 (not including fees, taxes, dealer charges, etc.) for the lease term.

Mileage: This 2014 BMW M235 Coupe lease comes with 30,000 miles over the life of the lease. Any additional miles driven over the allotted 30,000 is charged at $0.25 per mile. So even if you drove 1000 miles over the 30,000 you would only be charged an additional $250 for the extra miles driven.

End of Lease: Once your lease is up you will have the option to purchase the car for $29,185 (excluding taxes) or you can simply return the car to the dealer and lease your next vehicle. Keep in mind that you will be charged for any unusual wear and tear and for all additional mileage driven over the allotted amount.
Fine Print: *This lease may be available to customers who qualify through your participating dealer. Not all lessees will qualify. Lease offers are not available in all states. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. All figures are provided as an example of a lease.

BMW M235 Foreign Review
The Downsizing has taken and shaken a seasoned car company like BMW. From for six-cylinder, where the eye – as the popular legendary sucker version has long since replaced by a turbocharged four-cylinder. But do not want to give up all the traditional brand their operating the smoothest line engine and sets it to be a well in the compact class. This is, then – if they competes as a coupe – M235i and draws attention to itself with 18-inch wheels, distinctive blue brake callipers and a subtle lip spoiler. The fun with 240 kW/326 hp costs at least 43,750 euros and takes about eight liters of fuel per 100 kilometers averaged.

Save falls out of the two-step with the 220i , and who orders the least expensive € 32,500 220d coupe, drives most economical with only four and a half liters of diesel per 100 km. As a by the way, the Upper Bavaria have changed the name, because, strictly speaking, is the 2-coupe by none other than the successor to the previous 1 Series coupe. A bit bigger, it has become already, and it also has more wheelbase. Meanwhile, three extra inches of legroom in the coming general rather just cut back to good.

A small sitting sample is proof that you can endure it easily in the comfortable chairs in the second row, would for long trips but would prefer forward. So I quickly move the furniture in the right position and pull out. Already in the first meters makes itself felt, what Fahrwerker Kurt Meier has already prophesied.

The twin is a paragon of Drahtigkeit – deeper, especially with the one inch M sport suspension (standard on the M235i). Since BMW alone has brought the top model for the first rounds of tests is called for holding. The compact, over the rear wheels driven coupe craves curves and flies around the corners, as if there were no tomorrow. With hearty courage gas use does prance through turns, but please only with corresponding drive entrepreneurship training – to the electronic lifeline must be disabled ie. When in doubt, it also does stage I, then speaks the stability control on later, and even allows small drifts until the tail is captured safely back through selective brake actuation. In this case, even a relatively civilized 235er get through the day without breaking its occupants over charge.
For his suspension speaks even in the short transverse joints yet sufficiently sensitive to and defused this noticeable – although not as consistently as the base models with standard suspension. On the topic of sound is padded. The Sechsender penetrates into the interior and shows its melodic side. From restrained wummernd in the lower area tour he slides into throaty screams when the needle of the tachometer direction rockets red mark. Then there is a six and a half on the scale, and the sport automatic ZF throws in the next gear in no time.

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And at least as smooth as this speedy converter solution works the sharp three-liter – with absolute mechanical smoothness. That he should then gnaw with double-digit fuel economy on the wallet, is bearable. However, the engineers have pulled out all the stops to make the engine as efficient as possible. For instance, the bolide about brake energy recovery and start-stop system to curb the thirst for the super-expensive fuel.

The compact class is desired plenty of get comfortable gimmicks to get closer to the luxury car a piece. Who ordered the innovation and comfort package together for 2500 euro, will benefit from an auto-dimming interior mirror, automatic climate control, rain and parking sensor, keyless locking system, heated seats, cruise control and xenon headlamps with cornering light function. Against a further 190 euros the steering wheel is also heated.

Electrically adjustable seats are available (€ 950) and a navigation system with a large color chart anyway – a cost of 1290 euros. Thus, the two falls out of line and leaves it to the electronics pilotage its buyers for BMW ratios amazingly cheap in absolute terms but still quite expensive. From the Einparkautomatik (350 euros) to a camera-based traffic sign recognition can also be ordered numerous assistance systems. By no means should waive security-conscious customers to the City Emergency Braking function; not only to tailgating, but also can detect pedestrians and brake automatically up to a speed of 60 km / h of the computer. But assistance system or not, the M235i is still one of the most active driving cars, and that’s a good news for all die-hard brand lovers.