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      11-28-2012, 10:29 AM   #1123
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Year and Model: 2009 E92 M3 Space Grey
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Options: 19's, Sport, Cold Weather, Technology, basically everything except PDC
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$52k before I added a 5yr extended warranty & maintenance and other options like tint, trident, lux, gap etc. which brought it up to $61k
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      11-28-2012, 11:39 AM   #1124
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When purchased: October 2012
Year and Model: 2009 E92 M3 Space Grey
Miles: 9k
Options: 19's, Sport, Cold Weather, Technology, basically everything except PDC
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$52k before I added a 5yr extended warranty & maintenance and other options like tint, trident, lux, gap etc. which brought it up to $61k
You could buy a new one for that much!
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      11-28-2012, 11:41 AM   #1125
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You could buy a new one for that much!
No you can't! Where in the world would you buy a new M3 for $52k?
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      11-28-2012, 11:54 AM   #1126
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You could buy a new one for that much!
Gator, I think he overpaid for 2009 but $61k is with $9k worth of peace of mind.

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No you can't! Where in the world would you buy a new M3 for $52k?
True, you can't buy a new m3 for $52k, but I think the going rate for 2009 is between $43-$48. Granted yours has only 9k miles. I would enjoy it and not think about how much you paid. I bought mine new in oct/2012. less than a week later, BMW came out with all the various promotions and had I waited, I would have paid $2000 less. I think of it as $2000 paid for the one I wanted and not having to settle for anything less. Congrats on your new to you toy!!!
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      11-28-2012, 12:30 PM   #1127
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Just double checked the paper work and it was $51,250 and it had 8,794 miles on it. It's fully loaded so I don't feel it was over priced for a car with such low milage. Most 2009's are going to probably have at least 3x as many miles.
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      11-28-2012, 01:13 PM   #1128
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No you can't! Where in the world would you buy a new M3 for $52k?
What I meant is that for $61k (your total for car + warranty/maint) you could buy a new one which would obv come with full manufacturer warranty and maintenance.
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      11-28-2012, 03:23 PM   #1129
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What I meant is that for $61k (your total for car + warranty/maint) you could buy a new one which would obv come with full manufacturer warranty and maintenance.
I understand what you're saying but new ones aren't $62k either, unless you are getting it bone stock. The one I was going to get brand new was $74k and then another 2-3k for add-on like tint, gap insurance, etc. so around $77k out the door which is a $15k difference. Had I not purchased all the add-on for the 09' it would have been a reasonable deal for a low milage car. I also traded in both my other cars and got a super low interest rate so it ended up saving me like $800 a month, so I'm happy regardless.
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      11-28-2012, 03:33 PM   #1130
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I understand what you're saying but new ones aren't $62k either, unless you are getting it bone stock. The one I was going to get brand new was $74k and then another 2-3k for add-on like tint, gap insurance, etc. so around $77k out the door which is a $15k difference. Had I not purchased all the add-on for the 09' it would have been a reasonable deal for a low milage car. I also traded in both my other cars and got a super low interest rate so it ended up saving me like $800 a month, so I'm happy regardless.
Everyone has a different thought process. Some are willing to pay $15k more for a new car, some thinks it's stupid. I was in a similar situation last year. Buy used 2011 with all the options for $59k and 24k miles. Or new for $68k. I went with new for $68k. Some would have said I was stupid, some would have done the same thing I did.

$52k vs $74k for 3 year old car is a much bigger gap, but did you get a great deal? Probably not. The key is that you're happy with your purchase. Which sounds like you are. Congrats on that. Don't let myself or others make you think otherwise. By posting here, myself and others will tell you how you faired on your purchase.
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      11-28-2012, 03:55 PM   #1131
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Everyone has a different thought process. Some are willing to pay $15k more for a new car, some thinks it's stupid. I was in a similar situation last year. Buy used 2011 with all the options for $59k and 24k miles. Or new for $68k. I went with new for $68k. Some would have said I was stupid, some would have done the same thing I did.

$52k vs $74k for 3 year old car is a much bigger gap, but did you get a great deal? Probably not. The key is that you're happy with your purchase. Which sounds like you are. Congrats on that. Don't let myself or others make you think otherwise. By posting here, myself and others will tell you how you faired on your purchase.

I definitely would have went 68k new. That's the same route I went

Anyways, what's the point of GAP insurance on a used car unless you had no down payments whatsoever?

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      11-29-2012, 12:16 AM   #1132
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^ You sound just like a sales guy! Congrats on your purchase its a beautiful car.

I get what you are saying about establishing a relationship with the dealer .... however .... that's only a plus if they dealer isn't taking an obscene amount of money from your wallet to put in his. Otherwise you're just the guy that's paying for the tires on sales guy's X5! I'm sure you know what I'm trying to say.

Thanks! I picked up the car tonight and can't wipe the smile off my face! It's the cleanest used M3 I have seen a long time.

I know I didn't get the deal of the century on it but I also feel I paid a good price for it (under $50k including CPO). I will gladly pay a little extra for a clean car with very low miles and a good service history.
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      11-29-2012, 02:34 AM   #1133
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Thanks! I picked up the car tonight and can't wipe the smile off my face! It's the cleanest used M3 I have seen a long time.

I know I didn't get the deal of the century on it but I also feel I paid a good price for it (under $50k including CPO). I will gladly pay a little extra for a clean car with very low miles and a good service history.
Gratz!! Dont mind what you paid, just as long as you are okay with the price. If anything, you're enjoying the car now!

Don't waste time waiting for the bargain of the century, by then the new m3/m4s are out. Enjoy today.
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      11-29-2012, 10:49 PM   #1134
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Thanks! I picked up the car tonight and can't wipe the smile off my face! It's the cleanest used M3 I have seen a long time.

I know I didn't get the deal of the century on it but I also feel I paid a good price for it (under $50k including CPO). I will gladly pay a little extra for a clean car with very low miles and a good service history.
Well done sir! The lowest they went for me was $49900 and it sounds like you may have bested that! Nice work. I didn't want to pay more than $47,000 for a 2009. I offered $48,000 just because it was local but that didn't pan out. I figure I have all winter to source me another one and when I do we should have a photo shoot. Speaking of photo ops you should post a picture of the E92 next to your Stang... if it stayed local that is.

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      12-04-2012, 08:26 PM   #1135
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Everyone has a different thought process. Some are willing to pay $15k more for a new car, some thinks it's stupid. I was in a similar situation last year. Buy used 2011 with all the options for $59k and 24k miles. Or new for $68k. I went with new for $68k. Some would have said I was stupid, some would have done the same thing I did.

$52k vs $74k for 3 year old car is a much bigger gap, but did you get a great deal? Probably not. The key is that you're happy with your purchase. Which sounds like you are. Congrats on that. Don't let myself or others make you think otherwise. By posting here, myself and others will tell you how you faired on your purchase.
Always reminding people to be happy that they're driving a dream machine.
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      12-22-2012, 02:48 AM   #1136
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Just got a 2011 e90 AW 6sp m3 !!!!
51k
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Must say the most fun part about moving up to the m3 aside from the power is the differential. LSD > open. Never driven one!
Thought the price was fair....
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      01-10-2013, 12:31 PM   #1137
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Looking to purchase this week:

Year and Model: 2008 E90 M3 Black/FR
Miles: 61,000 KM ~ 38K miles
Options: 19's, MDrive package and Executive package and carbon trim
Transmission: 6MT

Comes with new tires and CPO until 2014

MDrive includes Nav and voice control
Executive includes power fold mirrors, sunshades, PDC, USB, individual audio, adj seat
Carbon trim

Dealer wants $46K+tax

It seems that the pricing in Canada is a bit higher than US but just wanted opinions if this is a good deal or not.

Thanks

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Seems a bit high. I recently got a 2010 with ~18k miles and pretty much all the same options you listed above for 47k + Tax. The car was in mint condition inside and out and it's a coupe which i believe are usually more expensive than the 4 door. PERSONALLY if it was me i would tell the seller 46.5k out the door (around 42k before tax/fees).

That i believe is a fair price for you and the seller.
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Seems a bit high. I recently got a 2010 with ~18k miles and pretty much all the same options you listed above for 47k + Tax. The car was in mint condition inside and out and it's a coupe which i believe are usually more expensive than the 4 door. PERSONALLY if it was me i would tell the seller 46.5k out the door (around 42k before tax/fees).

That i believe is a fair price for you and the seller.
Unfortunately we pay 13% tax in Canada. So 46.5K out the door would be approx 40K before taxes. I was thinking of offering 43+tax.

Any feedback from Canadian buyers if this price is fair?

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2009 Jerez black e90 dct. No EDC. No nav. 19" wheels. Bamboo beige leather.
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Paid $35995

Car needs some interior peeling trim replaced.

Feel like it was a fair deal.

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Hey Heckler, where on earth did you find such a spectacular deal? That is the deal of a century!!!!
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