Originally Posted by Ron1n
Based on some feedback, I'd have changed the age options to something a little more appropriate, but the results are showing what I expected.
I expect that I'm probably one of the youngest owners who bought the car by themselves, though.
LOL you can't base any conclusions on 4 posts. But common sense would say the typical BMW owner is older, because lease or own, it's a relatively expensive car. Then, because a diesel is even more expensive, the age goes up, and since the performance is lower but there is another appeal such as mpgs, torque, and longevity, the age would go up again, as far as who is typical in making such trade-offs. By my calculations the avg. diesel driver makes $38,000 per year and is 103.78 years old. Wait, that can't be right.....