Used BMW i3 Cars in Scotland

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BMW i3 125kW 42kWh 5dr Auto Hatchback 2021, 2811 m +29
BMW i3 £31,690
125kW 42kWh 5dr Auto
Finance from £731 per month

2021

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 2,811

Electric

BMW i3 125kW 42kWh 5dr Auto Hatchback 2020, 12012 +29
BMW i3 £27,290
125kW 42kWh 5dr Auto
Finance from £626 per month

2020

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 12,012

Electric

BMW i3 125kW 33kWh 5dr Auto Hatchback 2017, 12885 +29
BMW i3 £20,490
125kW 33kWh 5dr Auto
Finance from £464 per month

2017

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 12,885

Electric

BMW i3 42.2kWh Hatchback 5dr Electric Auto (170 ps +19
BMW i3 £23,000
42.2kWh Hatchback 5dr Electric Auto (170 ps) Apple CarPlay,Media Pack Profe
Inc VAT
Finance from £524 per month

2019

Automatic

Mileage: 23,119

Electric

BMW i3 33kWh S Hatchback 5dr Electric Auto (183 ps +19
BMW i3 £23,800
33kWh S Hatchback 5dr Electric Auto (183 ps) Heated Seats,Media Pack Profes
Inc VAT
Finance from £543 per month

2018

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 25,893

Electric

BMW i3 Auto 5dr ELECTRIC / AUTOMATIC Hatchback 201 +7
BMW i3 £19,995
Auto 5dr ELECTRIC / AUTOMATIC
Inc VAT
Finance from £452 per month

2016

Automatic

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 47,812

Electric

BMW i3 135kW S 42kWh 5dr Auto hatchback 2020, 1281 +19
BMW i3 £30,963
135kW S 42kWh 5dr Auto

2020

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 12,810

Electric

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BMW i3 0.6 I3 RANGE EXTENDER 94AH 5d AUTO 168 BHP +39
BMW i3 £19,200
0.6 I3 RANGE EXTENDER 94AH 5d AUTO 168 BHP
Finance from £433 per month

2017

Automatic

470.8 mpg

Tax: £0

Mileage: 24,800

Other

BMW i3 125kW Range Extender 5dr Auto [Loft Int Wor +24
BMW i3 £16,850
125kW Range Extender 5dr Auto [Loft Int World]

2016

Automatic

470.8 mpg

Tax: £0

Mileage: 33,457

Hybrid

BMW i3 125kW 42kWh 5dr Auto Hatchback 2021, 1214 m +29
BMW i3 £31,790
125kW 42kWh 5dr Auto
Finance from £733 per month

2021

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 1,214

Electric

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Why buy a used BMW i3 with Exchange and Mart?

At its launch in 2013, BMW's i3 was an electric vehicle unlike any we'd previously seen. It could be bought either in pure electric form or with a Range Extender petrol engine added to prolong the period owners could travel between potentially rapid charge-ups. The light weight of a specially developed state-of-the-art carbon fibre and aluminium chassis further help with extending that mileage and, along with the startling power of the battery pack, this also plays its part in creating the kind of dynamic driving experience you simply wouldn't expect an electric vehicle to be able to provide. But then this is BMW's approach to EV motoring. Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised. Here, we evaluate the original 2013 to 2017-era version of this i3 as a potential used car buy.

About the BMW i3

If, so far, you've been a bit sceptical about electric vehicles, then you need to try this one. Even if it doesn't change your viewpoint, you're going to have a heck of a lot of fun proving yourself right. It's distinctive, enjoyable and feels like a genuinely special ownership proposition. Compared to this i3, even a talented vehicle like BMW's own 1 Series seems a bit grey and two-dimensional. Like it or not, this is the future for small cars. Like most British buyers, if we were spending our own money, we'd definitely go for the version with the Range Extender petrol engine fitted. It gives the car the added flexibility you'll appreciate when life doesn't quite go to plan and, apart from the premium being asked, other downsides are few. Quite frankly, why wouldn't you? That's a question you could ask of the i3 package as a whole. And answer negatively by citing prestige pricing, awkward looks and restricted rearward space. None of these thing though, are issues likely to unduly bother the vast audience BMW is targeting with this car. People who've so far stayed away from the electric vehicle revolution - but might well join it with this car. The i3 has, after all, marked a real milestone in EV development. As for buying secondhand, well we'd try really hard to stretch to a model sold from 2016 onwards. By that time, early teething issues were generally sorted and buyers got the benefit of a gutsier 94AH battery with a longer operating range. If that's possible, then you can buy with quite a lot of confidence. With a carbon-fibre chassis, brilliant ConnectedDrive services, a bold and futuristic design ethos and genuine real world ownership flexibility, the i3 proved to be an electric vehicle that did more than just move the game on. It re-wrote the rules.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 14.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed rate of interest of 14.9%, you would pay £163.87 per month. Total charge for credit will be £1,865.76 and total amount repayable is £7,865.76

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