Thread: M3 for sure!!!
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      08-19-2012, 03:14 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Talk2meg00se View Post
i'd think twice about dropping 80k on this car. it's not hard to find a nice used one with less than 10k miles in the 40k to 50k price range (i'd expect that you'd be able to find a 2010 for this amount of $).

once the next gen M3 comes out in 2 years, you'll have trouble getting 40k for your once 80k M3 - just look at what happened to the value of the E60 M5s once the F10 came out. seems like a tremendous waste of $ to me.
the kind of information that i'm looking for. thanks for your input! surprising...doesn't seem like many of you actually paid $80k for your M3's - the last visit I had to BMW of Seattle, they were all pretty darn close. GOOD TO KNOW!