Thanks, yeah I get that it's not a cheap car but it's also not silly. It's also about as sound a car as you can get given it's history (no issues and fully service, still has some service pack left etc). Not to mention I've priced it knowing there'll be a little haggling, it's a super car though I'm really tempted to keep it but I'm getting a 330e on the company this week and can't really justify 2 3 series' outside the house haha.I think the car is very well priced but the problem you will find is that you are a private seller.
The problem with that is that someone will have to part with £16,000 worth of cash and not everyone has that sort of money burning a whole in their pockets.
The second issue is that for that money, a lot of people may be tempted to go out and finance a car from a dealer have warranty etc.
Selling a car privately is horrible and I've had a bad experience lately thinking I've priced my car spot on etc.
Someone will buy it, its just a matter of time but because someone will be buying cash, be prepared that they will turn up and want to knock your price down even further.
Regardless of the new price, coupes are more sought after and carry a significant premium over other shapes.Interesting, I honestly don't put much swing on the coupe versus the saloon in this model, same car, had the same list price and if anything the coupe "E" series was an afterthought compared to the saloon. I get that they are a little cheaper after market which is why I've priced this 2-3k below 2 others ive seen that are coupes.
Comparing it to a bog standard f30 is chalk and cheese though, 335i versus 320d isn't a comparison at all (regardless of body shape), they're completely different cars, this is a performance motor the other is a sales rep trawler.