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      04-29-2010, 08:40 PM   #5
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Drives: E46 M3 / F30 328i
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: CCCP (Connecticut Soviet Socialist Republic)

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2004 E46 M3 Coupe  [4.50]
That price is way too high. Also, disregard NADA, KBB, Edmunds values because they're completely inaccurate. Get a temporary subscription to Galves wholesale pricing guide instead. That's what dealers use.

As a comparison, on 31 Dec 09 I bought a CPO'd Jet Black/Terra 2007 335i Sedan with 6-speed manual, ZSP-Sport Package (with Oil Cooler), ZPP-Premium Package, ZCW-Cold Weather Package, Comfort Access, and 27,200 miles. I paid just under $27,800* + tax, tag, title and doc fees. I also got 0.9% financing from BMW for 48 months (the sale price was actually $29k, but BMW made my first two payments).

I had no trade-in, so the dealer didn't play a shell game with the sale price.

The car's original 2007 invoice cost was $42k and the original MSRP was $45k.

The suggested CPO price was $31,995.

The car’s in-service date was 22 Nov 06, so I had 11 months of free maintenance and 35 months of warranty remaining.

The GALVES TRADE-IN VALUE was $22,800 and the GALVES MARKET READY VALUE was $24,250 on the E90 I bought. I estimated the value of the CPO at $2k, so the dealer probably had about $25k-$26k into the car.

That was 4 months ago and 2007's have continued depreciating since then...

By the way, I bought the car at BMW of the Main Line, just outside Philadelphia, PA.
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2013 BMW 328i Sedan, 6MT, M-Sport
2004 BMW M3 Coupe, 6MT