2005 BMW 3 Series
104,058 Miles
$8,995

Kennewick, WA
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2005 BMW 3 Series
96,200 Miles
$7,995

Newton, NJ
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2005 BMW 3 Series
151,452 Miles
$4,480

Comanche, TX
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2005 BMW 3 Series
96,544 Miles
$7,991

Denver, CO
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2005 BMW 3 Series
50,472 Miles
$12,990

Rehoboth Beach, DE
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2005 BMW 3 Series
127,736 Miles
$6,995

Bayside, NY
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2005 BMW 3 Series
98,594 Miles
$6,995

Omaha, NE
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2005 BMW 3 Series
107,410 Miles
$5,544

Elgin, IL
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2005 BMW 3 Series
149,271 Miles
$5,199

Escondido, CA
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2005 BMW 3 Series
90,247 Miles
$6,998

Richmond, VA
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2005 BMW 3 Series
100,549 Miles
$7,995

Aurora, CO
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2005 BMW 3 Series
114,200 Miles
$10,995

Cincinnati, OH
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2005 BMW 3 Series
107,679 Miles
$4,995

Fredericksburg, VA
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2005 BMW 3 Series
80,696 Miles
$6,980

Manassas Park, VA
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2005 BMW 3 Series
138,817 Miles
$3,995

Fredericksburg, VA
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2005 BMW 3 Series
85,424 Miles
$9,000

Beaverton, OR
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2005 BMW 3 Series
149,682 Miles
$6,995

Cincinnati, OH
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2005 BMW 3 Series
164,697 Miles
$4,100

Chicago, IL
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2005 BMW 3 Series
91,156 Miles
$7,500

Norfolk, VA
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2005 BMW 3 Series
148,292 Miles
$6,495

Sanford, NC
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2005 BMW 3 Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.5
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0

2005 BMW 3 Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2005 BMW 3 Series - Fun, loud

JK
San Francisco, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
The car drives really well compared to an older Toyota Camry. Heavy base makes turning a breeze and strong V6 engine gives a lot more power than what I am used to. The only problem is that my car was bought used and salvage, so there are problems that are unique to it, but should not be present in models that did not sustain any damage.
Story
Powering down the freeway and flying past slower cars
Pros
Fast, fun, powerful, great mobility
Cons
Gas guzzler, low

2005 BMW 3 Series - Economical and stylish

Krystle
Miamisburg, Ohio
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
This car is a great daily driver. The thing that probably stands out most is the handling and pep that the car has. I can easily get in and out of traffic as the car has great handling and suspension. The power is not exceptionally noteworthy but is very comfortable with passing slow drivers in a hurry. I also like the fact that the car has four doors. If I want to take a few passengers with me, it is very nice that you can comfortably fit four people (five in a pinch) in the vehicle. The trunk has quite a bit of room as well for being a smaller-sized four-door sedan. With the four doors and trunk size, you can easily do a substantial amount of shopping and have enough space to bring you treasures home. Parts, however, can be a bit difficult to come buy, as it is not a domestic vehicle... (more)
Story
I drove from Wyoming to Ohio in two days and hardly noticed I had driven for over 28 hours (with a small break in between). Driving through Minneapolis was an absolute joy. I had the windows down, Prince playing Raspberry Beret full-blast, and darted through traffic like a pro! Once I reached my destination, I wasn't even wore out from the drive.
Pros
Responsive handling. Tight suspension. Four doors for passengers. Nice-sized trunk. Good on gas. Fun to drive. Easily navigate traffic. Great visibility. Headlight squinters. Sleek design. Beautiful leather interior. Nice sound system. Roomy front seats. Comfortable seats. Good interior lighting.
Cons
Could have more power. Rear seats are a bit small. Parts can be difficult to find easily. Parts tend to be more expensive. Difficult to work on. No Bluetooth for phones. Low car so can be difficult to get in and out of. Can feel bumps in the road due to suspension. May be considered a "girl car," which may not suit those who need to project manliness. Not suited for off-road driving. Maximum of five passengers. Cupholder has poor design. No cupholders for rear passengers. Steering wheel obstructs part of the dashboard display. Radio is not intuitive to use.

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