2010 BMW 3 Series
117,332 Miles
$7,988

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68,230 Miles
$16,995

Beaverton, OR
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55,723 Miles
$11,900

Boise, ID
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103,470 Miles
$10,000

Long Island City, NY
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75,491 Miles
$10,750

Jacksonville, FL
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65,025 Miles
$17,991

North Hollywood, CA
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62,419 Miles
$12,545

Des Plaines, IL
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58,885 Miles
$14,891

Palo Alto, CA
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94,449 Miles
$10,995

Santa Barbara, CA
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84,554 Miles
$12,887

Mesa, AZ
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74,812 Miles
$12,495

Camp Spring, MD
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81,603 Miles
$13,599

Colma, CA
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71,989 Miles
$12,988

Estero, FL
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64,547 Miles
$16,998

Federal Heights, CO
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41,818 Miles
$15,991

Peabody, MA
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82,306 Miles
$14,998

Naperville, IL
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73,108 Miles
$13,998

Littleton, CO
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58,235 Miles
$17,599

Pineville, NC
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49,229 Miles
$13,750

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$14,599

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2010 BMW 3 Series Buyer's Guide

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

2010 BMW 3 Series Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 BMW 3 Series - Affordable luxury.

3 Series Owner
Austin, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
The car is, essentially, your standard sedan but with lots of luxury bells and whistles that makes you feel like you are in a true luxury car. The outside and appearance is on par with cars twice the price, but that being said, you suffer a bit in the performance and power category, as you are on par with far less expensive vehicles on that front. Overall though it is a great choice for anyone wanting to look professional and decently high status at work or at school without breaking the budget.
Story
I love driving 2222, a long and extremely hilly and curvy road here in Austin. The amazing handling of the car makes the drive so much easier than in previous vehicles.
Pros
The vehicle itself is absolutely beautiful and looks not only sport, but clean and professional. Every aspect of the interior is the same - comfortable leather, heated seats, and just generally great looks and luxury styling. The A/C, power windows and power seats are extremely easy to use and hold up well under extreme use. Fuel efficiency is also quite good in this vehicle - I average about 24 MPG, which, while not hybrid-level, is well above most sports cars. Also is super easy to clean with the leather and wood panels, I spill drinks often and the car has maintained its nice interior. ... (more)
Cons
The car lacks a lot of the technical abilities other luxury cars do, namely the power. I believe the car is around 200 HP, leaving the actual power behind it being not much higher than a standard Camry or Civic or something like that. I can tell when trying to go up hills or keep up on toll roads that it isn't quite up there with my dad's Lexus or other, more expensive, luxury vehicles I have driven. Lastly it doesn't have a ton of storage space, particularly the trunk. It seems exceptionally small, even compared to Corollas and Maximas.

2010 BMW 3 Series - BMW 335ix is a great car with mechanical issues

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Longmont, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
I've owned the vehicle for 5 years. It had about 10,000 miles when I received it, so it was already broken in. I have all of the options except for the assisted driving options, so there are a lot of wonderful features. However, there were quite a few "bugs" at the beginning which meant that I was running to the dealership a lot for repairs. The upside was that BMW has a four year maintenance plan, and as a CPO, I have a two year extension on repairs for $50 a piece. This has involved everything from a failing fuel injector (recall and fixed for free), multiple oil leaks, (fixed for $50 under CPO) and a plethora of other minor issues that I cannot recall at this moment. At the same time, it IS the ultimate driving machine. It is a smooth, fast sports car with the sports suspension, 3... (more)
Story
A friend dared me to see if the car could get up to 120MPH. Yes, it could, quite quickly, and handled like a dream. It lives for speed.
Pros
The options are wonderful. Heated steering wheel, the navigation panel with the console, the XM radio, heated seats, turbo, memory seats and leather interior. It's a class act, runs fast, and looks stunning.
Cons
It needed a lot of work the first three years that I owned the car. I was happy that it was under warranty, but there was a lot of time spent running to the dealer that I wouldn't have expected from a car 1) this expensive and 2) this new.

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