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10-24-2003, 05:47 PM
I have a 2002 M3 Carbon / Imola color with Upgrades: 3M Stoneguard, UUC Short Shift, 35% Smoke Black metallic tint, Alpine XM Satellite Radio, hardwired Escort 8500 Radar. Options: Bi-Xenons, HK Stereo, Sunroof, PWR Seats w/upgraded lumbar, leather interior (lux pkg), BMW alarm system, Noah car cover w/lock, almost new Continental tires on rear, new Conti's on fronts.

What is a decent list price for this car given it has ~32k miles?

Thanks everyone for your help!

10-24-2003, 06:00 PM
I recently purchased an '01 fully loaded TiAg/Imola M3 from VA (I'm in So Cal) w/ 17k miles for $40k. Pristine condition, leather still smelled new, w/ BMW car cover. Completely stock. I had trouble finding the the right car with the color combo I wanted with the options I needed in So Cal. I would have paid a bit more for a local car, but couldn't find one that suited my needs at the right price. If you're not in a hurry, try $45k or so. If you want to sell right away, I think $42k is a very good price. Hope this helps, and good luck.

10-24-2003, 06:06 PM
You should be down about 30% based on the age and mileage which puts it in the very low 40k's assuming you find a buyer that is looking for what you have and you're going private party retail.

Trade in is going to be somewhere in the 30's.
StoneWalk, Ventura California
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10-24-2003, 07:23 PM
A few months ago I purchased a 2002 silver/black with only 8K mi. for 44K -- it pretty much is a brand new car with the same factory options as yours. Your car has 20K miles more, has almost hit the 36K service hurdle, and the bumper-to-bumper is up in 20K miles. If I was still a buyer I would offer high 30s, so something close to 40 would a 'fair' asking price IMO...

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