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      10-21-2021, 08:32 PM   #45
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Hi everyone. I'm looking at a fully loaded 2015 650i convertible. Price is $45k with 17k miles. While this seems like a great deal from the $100k MSRP, I'm trying to figure out how much more I'm paying now with all the used car boom, than i would have a couple years back. Anyone have a sense of that?
Where are you seeing this car at?
It's a good deal. If it's truly loaded with that mileage. Make sure there's no accidents, no more than 2 owners and try to offer $43,000.
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      10-21-2021, 08:33 PM   #46
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I was trying to hold off until next year, but found what I thought to be a good deal - $35k for a 2014 640i convertible m-sport pack with only 20k miles.
The low mileage did it for me, I was seeing same spec with 40-70K miles for the around the same price or more
Sounds like a good deal. Enjoy it, life is short.
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      10-21-2021, 08:34 PM   #47
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I would encourage you to buy the car. These are rare cars - they do not come to market much, and when they do, they are snapped up. If it has the options you want, you might not be able to find a similar car in the future. The 2015 is also best of breed - plenty of power, gorgeous looks (ruined in the new line), and most problems sorted out. Just my 2 cents!
I've got a 2016, same body as the 2015. Are you referring to the 2017 changes?
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      10-21-2021, 08:36 PM   #48
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Wasn’t aware.

Potentially sucks to be me.

But as of now, I’m diggin’ the ride.
Get a warranty asap that will give you peace of mind.
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      10-21-2021, 10:28 PM   #49
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I own a 6 series and there is no way in hell I am shelling out 8K for service. Unless there is something mechanically wrong with the car.
I was mentioning that to display that my car gets every tiny thing it needs since I only pay A 100 dollar copay but that warranty expired last week on my 2015

I have like 4-5 reciepts all over 5k

Last week my seat rail on the driver seat was sorta moving left and right the most tiniest bit and insurance paid no questions asked costed m along with expansion tank and oil pan gasket to the tune of 8450$.

They have done my idrive knob center armrest when one door would not pop open when you pressed the armrest button

Plenty more stuff but you get the point I purchased a cna warranty that was literally bumper to bumper and it really really paid off in so many ways at a point when you hit 80k miles you notice how much little shit and all types of stuff break having a warranty bumper to bumper until 6 years 155k miles whichever comes first really makes having bmw repair techs 100 dollar a copay away a blessing cuz boy oh boy does the 6 really cost with ever service visit
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      10-22-2021, 07:42 AM   #50
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I was mentioning that to display that my car gets every tiny thing it needs since I only pay A 100 dollar copay but that warranty expired last week on my 2015

I have like 4-5 reciepts all over 5k

Last week my seat rail on the driver seat was sorta moving left and right the most tiniest bit and insurance paid no questions asked costed m along with expansion tank and oil pan gasket to the tune of 8450$.

They have done my idrive knob center armrest when one door would not pop open when you pressed the armrest button

Plenty more stuff but you get the point I purchased a cna warranty that was literally bumper to bumper and it really really paid off in so many ways at a point when you hit 80k miles you notice how much little shit and all types of stuff break having a warranty bumper to bumper until 6 years 155k miles whichever comes first really makes having bmw repair techs 100 dollar a copay away a blessing cuz boy oh boy does the 6 really cost with ever service visit
Can you tell me who you bought that warrant through? They dont seem to sell direct to consumer.
thx
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      10-22-2021, 01:58 PM   #51
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I was mentioning that to display that my car gets every tiny thing it needs since I only pay A 100 dollar copay but that warranty expired last week on my 2015

I have like 4-5 reciepts all over 5k

Last week my seat rail on the driver seat was sorta moving left and right the most tiniest bit and insurance paid no questions asked costed m along with expansion tank and oil pan gasket to the tune of 8450$.

They have done my idrive knob center armrest when one door would not pop open when you pressed the armrest button

Plenty more stuff but you get the point I purchased a cna warranty that was literally bumper to bumper and it really really paid off in so many ways at a point when you hit 80k miles you notice how much little shit and all types of stuff break having a warranty bumper to bumper until 6 years 155k miles whichever comes first really makes having bmw repair techs 100 dollar a copay away a blessing cuz boy oh boy does the 6 really cost with ever service visit
Can you tell me who you bought that warrant through? They dont seem to sell direct to consumer.
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They do not it sucks since you need to purchase it directly after buying the car when you are in the finance room. They are called CNA my 6 was certified which i believe was also a requirement to be able to buy their coverage even my advisor said he cannot believe how amazing they are to deal with and not reject stuff and make it difficult. I paid 3900 for the coverage and 2600 for CNA wheel coverage but the bumper to bumper one came to an end so now i will deal with stuff myself to get things done as oem'ly and cheaply as possible.
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      10-22-2021, 10:25 PM   #52
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Get a warranty asap that will give you peace of mind.
Ahead of ya.

Bought it with a five year, 60k mile (pretty much) bumper to bumper warranty.

Thanks.
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