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2012 BMW
328

$15,998* 80K miles
CarMax Lancaster
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
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Location: CarMax Lancaster in Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601
Description: Used 2012 BMW 328 I for sale - $15,998, 80,641 miles with Premium Package, Technology Package, Cold Weather Package, Run Flat Tires, Head Up Display, Turbo Charged Engine
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Tan Average Vehicle Review: (4.632 reviews) 2 years ownership so far Tons of luxury features Went to IKEA brought giant items with room to spare(Finally) It can drive slow like a king or like a sports car when u in the mood, it drives best on highway, the screaming 2 stage turbo can left all other cars in the dust easily Great gas mileage, nearly 600 highway miles for each tank Fantastic looking headlights and grills, I wish the newer model x5 can keep them Build like a tank, ride like a king and queen, great on snow, now I wish there is more snow in Chicago Thick frame, the car warms up really fast in couple minutes in winter time, unlike my previous Accord's skinny frames takes forever Cost average 2k to maintain per year, which actually cheaper than my 11 years old Honda Accord

2012 BMW
535

$21,998* 22K miles
CarMax Greenville NC
$149 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
$149 Transfer to your store - NC to VA
Key Features
Location: CarMax Greenville NC in Greenville, North Carolina 28590
Description: Used 2012 BMW 535 I for sale - $21,998, 22,028 miles with Premium Package, Sport Package, Technology Package, Power Liftgate/DeckLid, Turbo Charged Engine, Leather Seats
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) Drives like a boss! But it takes an incredible depreciation dive like a chump! After I bought it I had it appraised 5 months later and that $5000 down payment was completely gone. Luxury and near luxury cars take huge losses, so think long and hard about buying this car. Also, it has very quirky controls, like pushing the start button twice to cut the car off and you have to manually press a button on the center console to open the doors.

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Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5(1,784 reviews)

Terrible fuel economy. 6 speed auto is awful.

The 6 speed automatic on this model is not very good. The engine revs up ridiculously high before switching gears, which only worsens the already terrible fuel economy. I'm only averaging 17.5mpg COMINED city/highway. I'd expect that from something like an M6, but not a lowly 328i. If looking for a 328 I HIGHLY recommend a newer model that has an 8 speed automatic. I can't stress enough the awful fuel economy of this vehicle. If I could sell it back for near what I paid I would and buy a newer model instead.

- Dark Sword, 2011 BMW 328

Best vehicle I ever owned

2 years ownership so far Tons of luxury features Went to IKEA brought giant items with room to spare(Finally) It can drive slow like a king or like a sports car when u in the mood, it drives best on highway, the screaming 2 stage turbo can left all other cars in the dust easily Great gas mileage, nearly 600 highway miles for each tank Fantastic looking headlights and grills, I wish the newer model x5 can keep them Build like a tank, ride like a king and queen, great on snow, now I wish there is more snow in Chicago Thick frame, the car warms up really fast in couple minutes in winter time, unlike my previous Accord's skinny frames takes forever Cost average 2k to maintain per year, which actually cheaper than my 11 years old Honda Accord

- big bear angus, 2012 BMW X5

Loose mega bucks quickly!

Drives like a boss! But it takes an incredible depreciation dive like a chump! After I bought it I had it appraised 5 months later and that $5000 down payment was completely gone. Luxury and near luxury cars take huge losses, so think long and hard about buying this car. Also, it has very quirky controls, like pushing the start button twice to cut the car off and you have to manually press a button on the center console to open the doors.

- mike mitchell, 2015 BMW 228

This price does not include tax, title, and tags. Additional fees may also apply depending on the state of purchase.