2018 BMW i3
25,874 Miles | Montebello, CA
$20,799
est. $300/mo

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2014 BMW i3
38,436 Miles | Oceanside, CA
$14,450
est. $208/mo

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2014 BMW i3
55,425 Miles | Norwood, MA
$13,998
est. $202/mo

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2016 BMW i3
55,663 Miles | Burbank, CA
$15,998
est. $231/mo

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2017 BMW i3
12,954 Miles | Torrance, CA
$15,998
est. $231/mo

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2015 BMW i3
22,912 Miles | Las Vegas, NV
$13,998
est. $202/mo

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2017 BMW i3
21,116 Miles | Fairfield, CA
$14,998
est. $216/mo

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2017 BMW i3
17,521 Miles | Milwaukie, OR
$16,998
est. $245/mo

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2017 BMW i3
25,291 Miles | Milwaukie, OR
$19,998
est. $288/mo

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2017 BMW i3
8,918 Miles | Lynnwood, WA
$18,998
est. $274/mo

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2015 BMW i3
25,869 Miles | San Jose, CA
$12,998
est. $187/mo

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2015 BMW i3
42,089 Miles | Oxnard, CA
$12,998
est. $187/mo

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2017 BMW i3
31,331 Miles | Reno, NV
$17,998
est. $259/mo

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2016 BMW i3
40,459 Miles | Inglewood, CA
$14,998
est. $216/mo

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2017 BMW i3
24,057 Miles | Santa Rosa, CA
$15,998
est. $231/mo

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2017 BMW i3
30,037 Miles | Fremont, CA
$15,998
est. $231/mo

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2017 BMW i3
22,591 Miles | Canoga Park, CA
$18,998
est. $274/mo

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2015 BMW i3
46,805 Miles | Tucson, AZ
$13,599
est. $196/mo

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2017 BMW i3
4,023 Miles | Riverside, CA
$17,998
est. $259/mo

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2014 BMW i3
54,671 Miles | Pleasanton, CA
$13,599
est. $196/mo

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BMW i3 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.0
44 Reviews
Overall
4.0
Value
3.8
Performance
3.5
Style
4.2
Comfort
3.6
Fuel Economy
3.9
Reliability
3.6

BMW i3 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2014 BMW i3 - Yes, good looking.

Grace
Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
It runs and drives. In pretty good condition. People don't drive like madmen around me because they assume I'm an excessive understeer, even at low speeds. Frightening amounts of body roll. Slow enough that I've actually been beaten off the line by a bicycle. The caution lights are on the steering column, so I accidentally hit it with my knee. My knee hits the dash and steering column. Shitty fuel economy. 100hp/ton. 120ft/lb./ton. People assume that I don't turn my brights off for them in the dark, but the reality is, I don't even have any. Smells like the old lady that drove it before me. In true old person style, it's the most gorgeous shade of beige.
Pros
Great smooth ride, comfy seats. Awesome smooth supercharged V6 (pulls pretty good for a land yacht too, will beat your mother's Civic). Handles surprisingly well for its size and weight. Steering is kind of precise, and there isn't a ridiculous amount of body roll. Stock 9 speaker system is actually pretty decent. Has dual electronic climate control, steering wheel controls, and heated seats: all the good stuff.
Cons
Handling, steering feel (even with electric steering), clutch weightiness, and the electric parking brake. Porsche put the e-brake on the left side of the steering wheel, under the dash (just above the clutch). It is really annoying to engage/disengage. The car does automatically disengage it once the seatbelt is clicked in, and the brake pedal is depressed, so it is not too much of an issue. But it is still annoying. I would rather that they designed it into the regular e-brake location to the right of the driver just behind the shifter. A small lever there would have been ideal.

2015 BMW i3 - Solid car

Liz
Arlington, Massachusetts
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
5.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
2.0
Overall, I think that the vehicle is pretty good. I like the way it handles. I like the strength that the vehicle has in general as well. It has a nice sonar feature for parking, which is just excellent, though admittedly I do wish that there were some sort of camera. There are a few problems overall with the electrical system I think. I've noticed that my bulbs tend to burn out much more often than I would anticipate for a car like this, and I've had to take it in to get the heat/cooling messed with a couple of times. Additionally, this model has some issues with the steering column where it won't properly unlock and requires replacement, which is expensive to fix and leaves you without a car. The key fob it came with is cool, however, it's in this weird place between push to start an... (more)
Story
Dealing with the massive buildup of snow this winter in New England was made pretty easy with how well the car heats up (when the heat was working).
Pros
The handling and the overall strength of the vehicle is great. It speeds up amazingly and stops on a dime. The heated seats and heated steering wheel work so well, especially in the winter.
Cons
The weird issue with the steering column, the way that the key behaves in terms of turning the car on/unlocking the car. Also, the trunk opens violently, which is awful.

2014 BMW i3 - For city dwellers interested in buying an electric vehicle, the 2014 BMW i3 should make a compelling and spirited choice.

i3 Owner
Antioch, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
2.0
Even a quick glance tells you the 2014 BMW i3 is not your ordinary BMW. As one of the first two models in BMW's new environmentally friendly "I" sub-brand, the i3 is free from the packaging constraints automakers typically encounter when placing electric components in a vehicle that was never intended to have them. It is also free from the historic expectations of what people expect a BMW to look like, drive like and be powered by.
Story
One day I went to a forest in my vehicle with my friends where a lion broke into our camp.
Pros
Roomy four-person cabin. Quick acceleration and strong brakes. Nimble handling. Excellent visibility. Well-made and stylish interior. Versatile cargo area for an EV. Optional gas-powered range extender.
Cons
Pricier than most entry-level EVs. Rear-hinged rear doors aren't so great if you frequently carry rear passengers.

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