2008 BMW 3 Series
102,995 Miles
$12,499

Lynnwood, WA
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2008 BMW 3 Series
135,220 Miles
$6,974

Andalusia, AL
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2008 BMW 3 Series
109,137 Miles
$7,990

Boise, ID
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2008 BMW 3 Series
95,831 Miles
$9,900

Peabody, MA
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2008 BMW 3 Series
109,291 Miles
$12,933

Puyallup, WA
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2008 BMW 3 Series
77,253 Miles
$8,555

Beaverton, OR
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2008 BMW 3 Series
51,609 Miles
$9,994

North Miami, FL
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2008 BMW 3 Series
63,739 Miles
$9,999

Watchung, NJ
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2008 BMW 3 Series
71,564 Miles
$12,598

Frederick, MD
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2008 BMW 3 Series
138,251 Miles
$8,991

Mishawaka, IN
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2008 BMW 3 Series
129,851 Miles
$8,991

Colma, CA
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2008 BMW 3 Series
58,974 Miles
$14,604

Utica, NY
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2008 BMW 3 Series
109,434 Miles
$11,900

Seaside, CA
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2008 BMW 3 Series
81,081 Miles
$12,995

Winchester, VA
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2008 BMW 3 Series
58,536 Miles
$10,500

South Richmond Hill, NY
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2008 BMW 3 Series
79,379 Miles
$6,995

West Babylon, NY
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2008 BMW 3 Series
101,199 Miles
$9,495

West Babylon, NY
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2008 BMW 3 Series
88,661 Miles
$13,500

South Richmond Hill, NY
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2008 BMW 3 Series
97,628 Miles
$7,999

South Hackensack, NJ
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2008 BMW 3 Series
102,633 Miles
$8,995

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2008 BMW 3 Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
2 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
2.5
Reliability
2.5

2008 BMW 3 Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 BMW 3 Series - Superb vehicle, high costs withstanding

RD
Hampton, Maryland
Overall
3.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
This is my first luxury car and it was love at first sight. After accelerating in the 335i during my test drive I knew I was going to purchase the vehicle right then and there. The drive is a masterful one, highlighted by its power, smoothness and overall performance. Aesthetically speaking, it's a beautiful car, one you would expect from a BMW.
Story
The first time I let my mom drive this car, she didn't expect the car to accelerate as fast as it does, causing her head to whip completely back.
Pros
The car has everything you'd want. It's a sporty car that's quick, stylish, and can be used as a daily commute if you'd like with its surprisingly decent fuel economy. The interior is clean, roomy, and comfortable. The exterior is exactly the luxury look you'd expect from BMW.
Cons
Some of the cons are what you would expect from a BMW. Although the fuel economy is good for it's class, the car will still cost you more on gas than your standard affair. And as expected, maintenance on the car can set you back in terms of dollars. You must get the highest quality in order to satisfy the car's needs. Also, the iDrive system installed is more of a hassle then it needs to be. Very unsafe to toggle through it while driving.

2008 BMW 3 Series - The 2008 BMW 335i coupe is the perfect combination of sport and luxury

D.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
As the review title implies, the 2008 BMW 335i is a well-rounded car, as it offers the ideal amalgam of luxury, comfort, performance, and cachet. The 3-Series variants have been BMW's highest-selling cars in their model range.
Story
One morning in rural Pennsylvania, I pulled up to a stop light. A late-model Mustang GT was in the adjacent lane. Given a short gear ratio six speed manual transmission and a 300 horsepower twin-turbocharged engine delivering 300 pound-feet of torque, I found it quite easy to keep pace with the aforementioned Mustang GT.
Pros
The interior and exterior styling is tastefully understated, yet sufficiently aesthetic to justify the purchase price. Furthermore, the performance and technological sophistication is commensurate with positive BMW stereotypes: smooth-shifting manual and automatic transmissions, agile handling, and noticeably brisk acceleration.
Cons
Despite a pleasant owner experience and a high repurchase rate, the maintenance and insurance costs for the BMW 335i tend to range among the highest for sport sedans of this ilk. Additionally, the electronics should be simplified. The user interface is not intuitive. Similarly, the location and quality of the cup holders leaves much to be desired: they should be located on the center console instead of the dashboard. Finally, as the engineering of this sports coupe favored performance over fuel-efficiency, the car burns copious premium fuel.

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