Top 4 Used BMWs

If you’ve ever wanted to drive a luxury car but never had the budget for it, opting for a used BMW could be a great investment. They give you the experience of driving a high-end vehicle at a range that won’t put a dent in your wallet.

The best part of considering a second-hand BMW is that their prices depreciate very fast, so there’s a chance that you can get a fairly recent model at a decent price.

Let’s look at the options for the best used BMW models to buy.

 

  • 2009 BMW X3

 

If you’re looking for an SUV, the X3 is a great option. It has a variety of comfort and ease features that make this a smoother ride. It comes with a six-speed manual or automatic transmission and a manual shift control. 

It has automatic climate control, keyless entry, and heated mirrors among several other great features. It’s also a top safety vehicle, with antilock disc brakes and stability, and hill descent control. The X3 also has an ample amount of cargo space which makes it the perfect car for longer hours on the road.

 

  • 2006 BMW 3 Series Sedan

 

You can get the sedan in a 325i or 330i and it is full of hi-tech and comfort features like automatic climate control, power moon roof, one-touch power windows and keyless entry. If you want to spend a little more, you can get active cruise control and parking sensors as well.

This lineup includes the 325i, 325xi, 330 xi, and the 330i sedans and wagons that have all been redesigned and upgraded. This car has also been marked a top vehicle in terms of safety, with antilock disc brakes, stability control, and dynamic brake control.

 

  • 2010-2013 BMW 5 Series

 

Regardless of which year’s model you choose, the 5 series is classy and efficient. With an added bonus of buying it used for a lesser cost, you get the experience of a high-end vehicle that is affordable. This car is spacious with a beautiful interior.

If you aren’t looking for something extremely fancy and filled with features, the 5 series gives you a reliable car that you’ll be using for years. Their base model can put out up to 230 hp and it is a six-speed manual, with the option of getting the equipment for automatic. It also has a safety feature that warns you if your car swerves out of its lane at night, with night vision as an optional feature.

 

  • 2008 BMW 7 Series

 

Probably one of the best out of all the options is the 7 series BMW. Not only is it an elite ride, it’s very powerful and is one of the top in the list for BMW sedans. Since these cars are so expensive, their prices also fall much faster, which is why you should lose hope of owning one of these in the not-so-distant future.

The 750i and the 750Li put out as much as 360 hp, with the 760i going up to 438 hp. It’s equipped with a multitude of safety features, like antilock disc brakes, front and rear parking sensors that help you park, and stability control.

Final Words

Before finalizing the BMW you want to purchase, you’ll obviously have to get it inspected. One way of picking out a bad choice is by checking the condition of the interior. If that looks good, then you can go ahead with further inspections. Good luck!

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