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CAR: 2002 BMW 325i KMís: 133,000 PRICE: $9,500 OBO REASON FOR SELLING: The only reason Iím selling the car is because I need cash for a down payment on a condo. I would have loved to keep this car for another 5-6 years. CONDITION: Excellent EXTERIOR COLOR: Light Blue INTERIOR COLOR: Tan (not leather), excellent condition. SEATS: Sport seats TRANS: Manual 5 speed BRAKES: Just changed the front breaks/rotors, and the rears have about 3K left. BMW charges $350 + taxes for a rear break job. MAINTENANCE: I changed the front right stabilizer link last year. The last oil change was done at 124K last year so no need for a while.
Owner: I am the second owner. I bought the car 2 years ago from an older gentleman who had purchased the car from the dealer brand new. He had all the service records to that point and I also have all the service records mostly from the dealership. INCLUDES: A set of winter rims with tires in very good condition. Also includes a Ski roof rack.
NOTES: This is a very, very well maintained car, with an absolutely crystal clean record (NO ACCIDENTS). Lately Iíve barely drove it since I now take the subway to the office. Who ever takes this off my hands is one lucky person as you are buying an absolutely clean car. Car will be safety certified and e-tested upon interest.
really? i don't know about amazing price... i guess time will tell
That depends. I'm not sure what the going rate on a 02 325i with 135K is, but if Iím offering $500 to $1000 above book value then there is a reason for that. If the buyer is smart they would realize this is a well maintained low KM, quality vehicle.
I remember some of the garbage I test drove when I was buying in 2009. Young guys showing up with rust buckets that had $160K, in absolute atrocious shape asking book value....I instantly turned way. When I met the gentleman who sold me this car I made him an offer on the spot and basically gave him his asking price because I knew instantly this was a mint, quality bimmer, with all service records up to date, on time and done right. It turned out to be a good move as Iíve had 0 issues since the purchase.