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      09-10-2013, 09:47 AM   #1
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2008 BMW 335i Good deal?

Hi everyone, Im sorta new to the BMW world. Coming from E46 M3. Ive decided to go ahead and start looking for a new fun turbo car (sold my 750hp evo). I would love some input on my next project.

2008 335i Sedan
80k miles
CPO warrenty till 100k
Water pump and HPFP done.
Prem pkg
Sport Pkg
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Car looks amazing, and very well kept. Always dealer serviced with a lot of documentation from Crevier BMW. I offered the guy 17.5. What do you guys think? Does anyone know what the pkg breakdowns are? (what does prem and sport consist of?)

Sorry for all the Noob questions. just trying to learn more about the 335i and what to look for and watch out for.

Thanks for your time guys !!
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      09-10-2013, 10:06 AM   #2
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As per your question of the package breakdowns...

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Premium Package :
•Integrated 3-Button Universal Garage-Door Opener
•Power-Adj. Folding Auto-Dimming Exterior Mirrors
•Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror
•4-Way Adj. Power Lumbar Support For Front Seats
•Digital Compass
•BMW Assist w/Bluetooth System
• Online Information Services
• For hands-free calling, capable of downloading virtually an entire phone book using BMW-approved Bluetooth technology enabled mobile phone and speech recognition capabilities. Please contact your authorized BMW center for a list of BMW-approved Bluetooth technology enabled mobile phones
•Dakota Leather Upholstery .

Sport Package :
•Sport Steering Wheel
• 3-spoke leather-wrapped multi-function sport steering wheel with audio and Bluetooth phone controls if so equipped
•Wheels: 18 x 8.0 Fr & 18 x 8.5 Rr Star Spoke
• Tires: P225/40R18 Fr & P255/35R18 Rr Run-Flat
Low Profile tires with 225mm width, 18.0" rim
• Performance tires. Run-flat tires do not come equipped with spare tire. Performance tires are not recommended for driving in snow and ice. Due to low-profile tires, please note: wheels, tires and suspension parts are more susceptible to road hazard and consequential damages
• Light-alloy (style 287)
•Sport Seats
• Includes 8-way power front sport seats with adjustable back bolsters, 2-way manual headrests, thigh support and driver memory for exterior mirror and seat positions
•Sport Suspension Calibration
•Shadowline Trim
•Increased Top Speed Limiter to 155 mph
17.5k for a CPO'd 2008 335i sedan is a good deal. However, you are near 100k, which means no more warranty. These cars are rock solid but sometimes will just disappoint you. Your HPFP warranty is still covered until 2018/120k miles. If you got good wrench hands, I would take it.
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      09-10-2013, 02:56 PM   #3
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thanks for your input. it looks and sounds solid brakes and rotors are practically new.
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      09-11-2013, 12:27 AM   #4
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You said "i offered him 17.5k" but did he accept this? If it were my car I would want a bit more than 17.5 given the details.
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What is the expiration DATE on the CPO? That can be a pretty big deal. I ran down the calendar before I ran up the mileage on my CPO car.

I have some regrets with going with a pre-2009 car (95% of which are because of the old iDrive). As I shop for M3's, I've limited my search to '09+
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that seems like a great deal. if you can get it for 17 that would be even better.
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