BMW 5 Series

£419 per month with a £4,999 deposit (4.9 per cent APR)

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Your local BMW dealer will contribute £2,868.13 towards the deposit of a 520d M Sport if you buy it on a BMW Select PCP deal. That means you’ll pay a deposit of £4,999 for a 5 Series – crowned Best Executive Car in the Auto Express 2013 New Car Awards. The monthly repayments are £419 over a 36-month contract. And there’s an optional final payment of £15,300.

It comes with 18-inch double-spoke alloys, M Sport suspension, sport seats, LED foglights, sat-nav, DAB digital radio, BMW emergency call, BMW Online Services, real-time traffic information, Bluetooth connectivity, BMW apps interface, aerodynamic body styling, heated seats, parking sensors and night vision with pedestrian recognition.

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