2011 BMW 3 Series
129,868 Miles
$11,995

Detroit, MI
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2005 BMW 3 Series
163,615 Miles
$4,900

Ferndale, MI
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2013 BMW 3 Series
72,867 Miles
$16,500

Dearborn, MI
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2009 BMW 3 Series
134,357 Miles
$6,995

Detroit, MI
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2009 BMW 3 Series
125,501 Miles
$5,995

Detroit, MI
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2013 BMW 3 Series
64,809 Miles
$15,499

Redford, MI
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2012 BMW 3 Series
36,000 Miles
$11,500

Dearborn Heights, MI
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2012 BMW 3 Series
61,000 Miles
$12,250

Dearborn Heights, MI
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2006 BMW 3 Series
76,075 Miles
$9,000

Southfield, MI
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2011 BMW 3 Series
76,600 Miles
$17,000

Southfield, MI
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2006 BMW 3 Series
155,000 Miles
$4,999

Garden City, MI
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2013 BMW 3 Series
35,404 Miles
$17,000

Troy, MI
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2013 BMW 3 Series
42,225 Miles
$17,000

Troy, MI
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2013 BMW 3 Series
101,206 Miles
$13,000

Troy, MI
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2015 BMW 3 Series
33,780 Miles
$24,000

Troy, MI
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2009 BMW 3 Series
83,674 Miles
$10,500

Troy, MI
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2015 BMW 3 Series
53,389 Miles
$22,598

Southfield, MI
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2014 BMW 3 Series
56,909 Miles
$18,623

Troy, MI
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2011 BMW 3 Series
42,788 Miles
$13,000

Troy, MI
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2004 BMW 3 Series
185,501 Miles
$3,495

Roseville, MI
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Detroit, MI BMW 3 Series Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.2
Value
3.9
Performance
4.2
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.1
Fuel Economy
3.5
Reliability
3.4

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2007 BMW 3 Series - Great to drive, expensive to maintain

Mustafa
Northville, Michigan
Overall
3.0
Value
2.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
I love the 2007 BMW 328xi, it is by far one of the most fun cars to drive, the engine is fast and easy to drive. The heated seats are amazing and the car compared to other similar luxury vehicles is fuel efficient. The car is however extremely expensive to maintain, expect to spend close to a $1000 a year just on regular maintenance.
Story
On I-80 in Pennsylvania, I drove the car at 155 mph
Pros
The car is extremely fuel efficient for a luxury sports car, it gets 28 mpg highway and 22 mpg city. It is fun to drive and is all wheel for additional stability. The car has a dynamic traction control option for a more sporty option. Living in Michigan, the heated seats are amazing.
Cons
The car is extremely expensive to maintain, the smallest expense can be extremely costly and paying for premium gas gets old quickly.

1998 BMW 3 Series - handles well, fast

Amy
Riverview, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
3.0
My car is very nice to drive. I have a manual transmission and it really helps to feel connected to the car. The car drives very well and corners great, it really feels like it is secure on the road. The seats are a nice size and fit, they are not so big that the driver slides all around but they are also not so tight to make the driver feel like a giant! The heated seats are great in the Michigan winters and even after 16 years on the road it is still in great working order and very dependable.
Story
I found this car on the internet and took a PTO day off work to drive 500 miles just to look at it in hopes of being able to buy it!
Pros
The great things about this car include it's heated seats as well as it's handling especially it's cornering. I have had an other car with this same size engine that felt as though it had much less power than this one does. I think that having a manual transmission in this car makes the engine feel more powerful.
Cons
Some of the negative aspects of this car include its leather seats and wheel which are very cold to the touch during the winter. The engine also does not seem to run as well in the cold air. One feature that I do not like because of the safety risk it presents is that when the key is placed in the lock it unlocks all four doors at once without any way to unlock only the door that you want to open. Also the down side of any manual transmission car is that it is not compatible with a remote car starter. Finding mechanics who are competent to work on this vehicle has also been a challenge.

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