2005 BMW X3
117,676 Miles
$7,000

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194,664 Miles
$5,277

Rochester, MN
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2005 BMW X3
154,343 Miles
$5,988

Muskegon, MI
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2005 BMW X3
124,066 Miles
$5,949

East Greenbush, NY
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2005 BMW X3
117,982 Miles
$4,901

Bedford, VA
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166,948 Miles
$3,995

Bedford, VA
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146,126 Miles
$6,989

Colorado Springs, CO
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2005 BMW X3
65,496 Miles
$9,900

Fort Myers, FL
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129,112 Miles
$3,995

Bedford, VA
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2005 BMW X3
115,770 Miles
$7,000

Canton, MA
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2005 BMW X3
82,458 Miles
$6,990

Burbank, CA
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2005 BMW X3
125,014 Miles
$7,995

Decatur, AL
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150,989 Miles
$4,995

South River, NJ
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98,392 Miles
$6,995

Raleigh, NC
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94,916 Miles
$8,287

Englewood, CO
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2005 BMW X3
150,250 Miles
$4,900

South Brunswick, NJ
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2005 BMW X3
89,787 Miles
$4,999

West Palm Beach, FL
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129,000 Miles
$5,250

Palm Desert, CA
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167,324 Miles
$4,000

Salem, NH
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$6,666

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2005 BMW X3 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.0
1 Review
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0

2005 BMW X3 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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AC
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
2.0
I like the car as it has a nice look and drives incredibly smooth. I like the look and the features, such as a huge sunroof going from the front to the back, heated seats, and a great radio system. However, with the cost of repairs, gas, and how often my car seems to need to be in the shop it doesn't really have the "luxury car" feel anymore. You would think when you spend more money on a vehicle you would get a better quality, but I really feel like it is a bit lower quality than some of the domestic vehicles I have owned and you end up paying more just for the "name brand".
Story
The sun roof is very large (goes from the front to almost the back/trunk area and for fourth of July me and my friends were able to open the sun roof up and watch the fireworks to our own music!
Pros
It looks stylish and is relatively roomy. It is older (2005), but still offers most of the features I want (I would love to have a back up camera). But it has heated seats, Bluetooth for my phone, a large sunroof and overall the appearance is nice. I also like the power seats, because it seems to have more options and it's easier to get your seat "just right" than in other vehicles.
Cons
Maintenance and gas is more expensive than other vehicles. When you run into a problem (for example I just had to replace my starter), it is harder to 1.) find a place that can fix the problem and 2.) even if they can, it can often take them a while to find the parts. Labor is a little more extensive and lastly, it is a little nerve racking taking it to those places because they aren't always that familiar with the vehicles and they don't always tell you that. The brakes seem to need to be replaced more often than other vehicles I have owned, and there is a weird thing with the windows tha... (more)

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