2007 BMW 3 Series
80,409 Miles
$11,300

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82,344 Miles
$8,350

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2007 BMW 3 Series
87,861 Miles
$8,000

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2007 BMW 3 Series
103,133 Miles
$5,995

Reno, NV
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2007 BMW 3 Series
78,881 Miles
$8,995

Brentwood, TN
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2007 BMW 3 Series
75,350 Miles
$12,100

South San Francisco, CA
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2007 BMW 3 Series
73,659 Miles
$11,000

South San Francisco, CA
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2007 BMW 3 Series
145,066 Miles
$6,999

St. Louis Park, MN
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2007 BMW 3 Series
81,998 Miles
$9,999

Bloomington, MN
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2007 BMW 3 Series
87,367 Miles
$10,631

North Bend, WA
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114,439 Miles
$8,755

Des Plaines, IL
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2007 BMW 3 Series
111,628 Miles
$6,400

Southfield, MI
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2007 BMW 3 Series
87,833 Miles
$7,500

Rogers, AR
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2007 BMW 3 Series
171,427 Miles
$5,995

Des Plaines, IL
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2007 BMW 3 Series
97,631 Miles
$9,990

Laredo, TX
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2007 BMW 3 Series
100,444 Miles
$8,990

Egg Harbor Township, NJ
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2007 BMW 3 Series
84,194 Miles
$10,043

Pensacola, FL
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2007 BMW 3 Series
145,001 Miles
$8,995

Baldwin, NY
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2007 BMW 3 Series
117,377 Miles
$9,995

Sacramento, CA
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121,860 Miles
$8,500

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2007 BMW 3 Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.5
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.5

2007 BMW 3 Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 BMW 3 Series - Wonderful car to drive. Practical, sporty, fun and classy.

Jonathan
Manor, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
3.0
Overall, this was an outstanding vehicle. It was comfortable, luxurious and handled extremely well. I liked the compact size of the car, it made it great for when I had to drive into the city. It was a really good-looking car too, especially when it was clean. The fact that it came with all-wheel drive is invaluable where I live, because we have cold snowy winters and hills everywhere. The performance was pretty good. It performed like an entry-level sports car. It had a stiff steering wheel, took corners very well, and had decent acceleration and could stop on a dime. It was really fun to drive. It had three drive modes—comfort, sport, and sport with manual shifting (car was an automatic). It was an entry-level trim car. It had good luxury features because it was a BMW but no... (more)
Story
Two of the partners I work with told me that their sons saw my car and more or less fell in love with it. I tended to get some compliments on the car because of its looks.
Pros
My favorite parts of the car were the all-wheel drive, the superb handling, heated seats, sun roof, compact size, and good looks. It had other useful features, like hill descent control, which was basically just a low speed version of cruise control for going down a slippery hill. I used it countless times going down snow covered hills, and it never failed me. The all-wheel drive and dynamic traction control ensured I never got stuck. The car had superb build quality and was much tougher than it looked. The last night that I drove it, a Ford Explorer crossed over the double line and c... (more)
Cons
Number one complaint was complex and expensive maintenance. To be fair, the car had high miles when I bought it (about 90k, my dad bought it when it had about 60k -70k miles), and it was all normal wear and tear. It went through tires quickly, but luckily those were the only parts of the vehicle that weren't above average in cost. Oil changes usually cost me more than $100. Every time I took it to the dealer, I was usually dropping over $1,000 in maintenance. I averaged maybe $2,000 to $3,000 a year in maintenance, but that's still generally cheaper than buying and financing a new car... (more)

2007 BMW 3 Series - I love the way this car does everything. It lives up to the name.

NE
Irvine, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
The 328i that I own is one of the best cars you could buy. There is a reason why BMWs maintain such a good reputation. They handle well, look nice, and maintain their value. One of the most important things about BMWs is the fact that they are safe cars. Safety is a very high priority, especially to people with young children or younger drivers. Also, the car is meant for the driver so they are very comfortable to drive and have enough power in them to hold up to any other car. Not only that, but the reputation and prestige a BMW owner has cannot be compared. BMW is a legendary car and has a rich lineage of tradition, style, function and excellence that is unmatched by other cars in the industry. There is a reason why it is called the ultimate driving machine.
Story
In my location there are wide open roads. They are fun to drive and can pickup speed very easily in such a wide area. It's like driving a racecar sometimes with the wind in your hair and the pavement running behind you.
Pros
My favorite aspects of the car are the way it looks, feels, handles, and the speed it is able to do things. The greatest thing about the BMW is that everyone knows how good their reputation is and how good they are in holding up in the everyday. They are great drivers cars and have multiple configurations based on your needs. There is an all wheel drive version that is crucial for people who live in areas where there is snow. They also have cold weather packages that can be used for the comfort of the driver. There are also sportier models which have better and more powerful engines a... (more)
Cons
The biggest con of BMWs is that they are relatively pricey to maintain as they get older. They also tend to have electronic issues that have been in all the BMWs that I and my family have owned. We have had almost 5 generations of different BMWs and they all tend to have similar issues. Unfortunately if it weren't for some of these issues, the cars would be perfect. The cost is the overall biggest con of the car and just having to own a car that people are envious of is something you don't want people to think about. You have the car for a reason and some people think that these cars ... (more)

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