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Used 2008 BMW 135 for Sale

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4.6 out of 5(17 reviews)


One of the most fun cars I have driven to date. There is no lag for the turbo and it just goes like a bat out of hades. The sport package is a must. With it you get the amazing seats and nice thick steering wheel. That is the only option that is a must on this car. The others are nice, but the sports package is the only necessary one in my opinion. Handling is amazing. A little bit of body roll in the corners, but it wouldn't take much to make this car sit perfectly flat and be a track monster. I can't say enough how much power is always on tap in this car. You step on the gas in any gear at any rpm and the thing turns into a little rocket ship. I have had only one issue and that has been the rear trunk tail light cracking. It was replaced under warranty by BMW with no issues at all. So far I've been averaging about 20 MPG which is impressive to me considering all I do is dip into the imense power at almost every opportunity.

- 1er, 2008 BMW 135

Fun little ride

I bougth the 2008 non turbo, I love the dam thing. It is the best car I have ever owned. Get lots of complements. Very fun to drive. big trunk for a little car. Back sets are small but I can put an adult back there if I have to. Never had one problem with it in the one year I owned it.

- GMoney, 2008 BMW 135

BMW 135i Convertible

I bought this car in June 2013. I love the feel of this car! It has wonderful power (300hp twin turbo) and is fun to drive. It literally purrs. No joke. I have red leather interior, which I love so much more than the leatherette that was in my previous 06 325i. The convertible is fantastic and the AC is cold but somewhat difficult to get vents aimed at the driver. The lower vents for your legs are very nice. On the negative side-my mpg is 16 mpg city (which I primarily drive) and about 24.5 hwy. The trunk is about 1/2 the size of my 325i. I had to have a front tire (run flat) replaced literally 24hr after I bought the car; it could not be repaired $357), and about 5 days before my CarMax 30 day warranty went out, I had to have a turbo bypass valve replaced ($407), however CarMax covered all of it without issue. Even with those issues, I still LOVE this car! I should say it had about 48k miles when I bought it. Just get the extended warranty, which I got simply because its convertible. I definitely love this car more than my 06 325i and I found I actually prefer the smaller coupe.

- Vicster, 2008 BMW 135

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