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Used 2008 BMW 135 For Sale

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  • 2008 BMW 135 I in Huntsville, Alabama 35806

    Price: $15,599*

    Mileage: 49,039

    VIN: WBAUN93598VF56417

    Stock Number: 15931858

    Location: CarMax Huntsville in Huntsville, Alabama 35806

    Description Used 2008 BMW 135 I for sale - $15,599, 49,039 miles with , Bluetooth, Turbo Charged Engine, Leatherette Seats

    Transmission: Automatic Color: Blue Avg. Vehicle Review: 4.625 (17 reviews) "Fun to drive and very sporty - lots of power with the turbo."

  • 2008 BMW 135 I in Boise, Idaho 83642

    Price: $14,998*

    Mileage: 71,627

    VIN: WBAUC73588VF24066

    Stock Number: 16131917

    Location: CarMax Boise (Meridian) in Boise, Idaho 83642

    Description Used 2008 BMW 135 I for sale - $14,998, 71,627 miles with , Bluetooth, Premium Package, Sport Package

    Transmission: Automatic Color: Gray Avg. Vehicle Review: 4.625 (17 reviews) "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."

  • 2008 BMW 135 I in San Diego, California 92111

    Price: $14,599*

    Mileage: 63,676

    VIN: WBAUN93588VF54710

    Stock Number: 16221704

    Location: CarMax Kearny Mesa in San Diego, California 92111

    Description Used 2008 BMW 135 I for sale - $14,599, 63,676 miles with , Bluetooth, Premium Package, Sport Package

    Transmission: Automatic Color: Black Avg. Vehicle Review: 4.625 (17 reviews) "And for my personal review of the 1 series, lets� start out with a walk around of the outside of the vehicle. The aesthetics appearance is impressive with the way the designers sculptured the true beauty of a BMW into this model. The trunk is quite large and also offers fold down rear seats to increase your luggage space on those multi-state BMW drives. The fit and finish of all body panels show the true quality of a fine engineered automobile. One thing the 135i has that did not make it onto the 3 series was the painted calipers with BMW lettering. And it does get recognized by those sitting next to you at the stop lights. The 135i has a stance of aggressiveness when viewed from the front, as it is waiting to be challenged by a Porsche. On the inside you do feel the closeness to your passenger that you do not feel in the 3 series. I guess this is due to the 1 series being 1.5 smaller in width. With the sport seats you feel as if you are ready to hit the track. You push on the side bolster support button and the seat squeezes you in for those high �G� maneuvers. The 1 series did not cut down on any quality or BMW feeling that you would get from any other BMW. With the push of the start button you hear the rumble of the well tuned exhaust. It is just music to your ears hearing this exhaust. The ride and comfort of the 1 series is excellent. With the sport suspension you feel the firmness of this vehicle, which still is at an enjoyable level. 0-60mph is 5.1 seconds in the 6spd manual transmission according to BMW, however Car & Driver were able to get to 60mph in 4.7 seconds. Quarter mile time is quoted at 13.3 seconds at 106mph. I guess I will need to verify this information with the iPhone application �BMW ///M Powermeter. The only places I feel that BMW could have increased their quality in the model I have (which may be different if you purchased the premium package) is on the visors, which are not material covered to match the headliner. And even with run-flat tires I would like to see the vehicle include a vehicle jack and place to mount this item. So overall I am quite impressed with the quality and performance that BMW has put into the 1 series."

*Price excludes tax, title & tags. Dealer fees up to $299 may apply.

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2008 BMW 135 I Specifications

Feature Description
Transmission Automatic
Engine 3.0L
Horsepower 300 horsepower@5800rpm
MPG City 18
MPG Highway 26

Customer Review Summary for 2008 BMW 135

4.6
(17 Reviews)

Great driving car

2008 BMW 135 Easter Warschauer - Los Lunas, NM 07/09/2016

Fun to drive and very sporty - lots of power with the turbo.

Fun little ride

2008 BMW 135 GMoney - Raleigh, NC 10/13/2009

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.

BMW 135 review

2008 BMW 135 Al - Austin Texas 03/08/2010

And for my personal review of the 1 series, lets� start out with a walk around of the outside of the vehicle. The aesthetics appearance is impressive with the way the designers sculptured the true beauty of a BMW into this model. The trunk is quite large and also offers fold down rear seats to increase your luggage space on those multi-state BMW drives. The fit and finish of all body panels show the true quality of a fine engineered automobile. One thing the 135i has that did not make it onto the 3 series was the painted calipers with BMW lettering. And it does get recognized by those sitting next to you at the stop lights. The 135i has a stance of aggressiveness when viewed from the front, as it is waiting to be challenged by a Porsche. On the inside you do feel the closeness to your passenger that you do not feel in the 3 series. I guess this is due to the 1 series being 1.5 smaller in width. With the sport seats you feel as if you are ready to hit the track. You push on the side bolster support button and the seat squeezes you in for those high �G� maneuvers. The 1 series did not cut down on any quality or BMW feeling that you would get from any other BMW. With the push of the start button you hear the rumble of the well tuned exhaust. It is just music to your ears hearing this exhaust. The ride and comfort of the 1 series is excellent. With the sport suspension you feel the firmness of this vehicle, which still is at an enjoyable level. 0-60mph is 5.1 seconds in the 6spd manual transmission according to BMW, however Car & Driver were able to get to 60mph in 4.7 seconds. Quarter mile time is quoted at 13.3 seconds at 106mph. I guess I will need to verify this information with the iPhone application �BMW ///M Powermeter. The only places I feel that BMW could have increased their quality in the model I have (which may be different if you purchased the premium package) is on the visors, which are not material covered to match the headliner. And even with run-flat tires I would like to see the vehicle include a vehicle jack and place to mount this item. So overall I am quite impressed with the quality and performance that BMW has put into the 1 series.

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