2016 BMW 3 Series
13,776 Miles
$29,995

Cary, NC
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2016 BMW 3 Series
27,176 Miles
$27,995

Missoula, MT
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2013 BMW 3 Series
46,246 Miles
$17,995

Rochester, NY
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2017 BMW 3 Series
4,924 Miles
$38,988

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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2016 BMW 3 Series
3,100 Miles
$36,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
8,931 Miles
$29,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
6,243 Miles
$39,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
3,861 Miles
$39,500

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
5,180 Miles
$36,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
6,629 Miles
$29,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
4,144 Miles
$36,500

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
10,822 Miles
$35,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2012 BMW 3 Series
46,499 Miles
$20,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
25,486 Miles
$29,996

Lake Wales, FL
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2014 BMW 3 Series
29,235 Miles
$25,000

Elk Grove, CA
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2011 BMW 3 Series
79,189 Miles
$14,000

Sandy, UT
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2014 BMW 3 Series
19,634 Miles
$26,500

Elk Grove, CA
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2014 BMW 3 Series
24,259 Miles
$24,500

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
7,546 Miles
$37,500

Elk Grove, CA
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2016 BMW 3 Series
9,756 Miles
$38,500

Elk Grove, CA
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BMW 3 Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.0
Performance
4.4
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
3.6
Maintenance
3.4

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BMW 3 Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

2006 BMW 3 Series -

Kansas City, Missouri
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Maintenance
1.0
My BMW 330xi is, to say the least, a fantastic car. Because it has the largest engine available in 2006 (3.0L straight-6), it sounds great and goes like hell. I've put 90,000 miles on it on all different kinds of roads and it runs like day 1. The sound system is the upgraded version that BMW offers and sounds great, even 10 years later. The transmission is /pretty/ good, I'm a manual transmission kind of guy so the automatic isn't my ideal transmission but it has sport and semi-automatic modes which is nice when getting onto a highway because in second/third/fourth gear this car flies.
Story
No question, driving my car through Yosemite has to be the best memory. The windy roads and mountain passes are what the car is made for. I had the pleasure of going to Yosemite twice in my car and it was fantastic.
Pros
Honestly, the all wheel drive on my car is exceptional. I've driven in every kind of weather – blizzard, ice, snow, thunderstorms, light rain, freezing rain, flooding, wind, dust, etc. – And I don't even notice that there's any kind of weather outside. On top of that, the all wheel drive makes the handling on this car that much better. I've taken her on mountain roads and the car just grips the road like few other cars can. Second, the car is simply beautiful. From the lines to the face, I still find myself staring at my car sitting in the driveway or looking back at her after parking. I a... (more)
Cons
The automatic transmission. Not that it isn't good for an automatic, I'm just a manual person, like I said above. The transmission doesn't /quite/ know what I want to do sometimes. I'll put my foot down and it'll shift up which is annoying because I want it to do the opposite. The semi-automatic and sport modes help this but the car uses a lot of gas when I'm in either of those modes. Also, the gas mileage isn't great. The all wheel drive and big engine are poor on mileage. Finally, the sheer cost to maintain my car – especially after 70,000 miles – is becoming exorbitant.

2007 BMW 3 Series - Great car but you better buy two

Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
1.0
Let me start by saying that I absolutely love my 2007 BMW 328xi. I bought this car (with help from my parents) at the age of 18. I got a really good deal through craigslist and was fortunate enough to get a car most teenagers only dream about as my first car. But with this "great deal" came a lot of problems. The first couple of months were great and then I got in an accident which tore the front off of my car. Ever since then I have had nothing but problems with it. The interior is just as sleek as the exterior, with wood accents, leather seats, a built in navigation, and a sunroof. The ride in this car is impeccable. I will say that the gas and brake take some getting used to at first. The gas takes a lot of "umph" to get going and the brake is extremely sensitive but its easy to adj... (more)
Story
Everything with this car is fun. It drives very fast and handles very well.
Pros
Navigation Sunroof Tinted windows Fast Great sound system
Cons
Costly repairs Hard to find people to service it in my area

2011 BMW 3 Series - A car with two personalities.

Coto de Caza, California
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
The 2011 BMW 335i is a car with two different personalities. The first personality is that of a capable, competent highway cruiser. The coupe version of this car is ideal for two adults and a weekend's worth of luggage. The second personality of the 2011 BMW 335i is that of a rocket ship. To enable rocket ship mode, just put the transmission lever into the sport position, turn off traction control and drop your right foot. Once the turbo comes on, this car is a beast! Luckily, it has brakes and suspension to match its acceleration.
Story
I had valet parked my vehicle at a hotel one weekend. When my car was retrieved by the valet, a pair of older gentlemen were looking at the car in admiration. They were a little surprised when I said excuse me and proceeded to get in the car and drive away (I look pretty young).
Pros
The top positive things about this vehicle are the turbocharged engine, the 4 wheel disc brakes, and the sport seats. The interior creature comforts are that of a luxury car with a good stereo. The driver controls are intuitively placed and the car is comfortable to drive for hours. Interior road and wind noise are minimal and what one would expect from a car of this price and caliber.
Cons
Some of the negative aspects of the 2011 BMW 335i are that the air conditioning is weak by American car standards. Another negative is that you pay for the fun aspects of this car in gas and tires. The car requires Z-rated tires that are very responsive, but don't last very long, especially when in rocket ship mode! An annoying negative is that some of the exterior rubber trim has failed after exposure to the California sun, but it was fixed under warranty.