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2008 BMW 3-Series 2008 BMW 335i Convertible E92, priced below KBB! 2018

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$10,500.00

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Condition: Used Year: 2008
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): WBAWL73538PX59839 Mileage: 97,600
Transmission: Automatic Make: BMW
Body Type: Convertible Model:

3-Series

Vehicle Title: Clear Engine: 6-cylinder
Options: CD Player, Leather Seats Drive Type: RWD
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbags Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Exterior Color: Blue Fuel Type: Gasoline
Interior Color: Beige For Sale By: Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 6

2008 BMW 3-Series 2008 BMW 335i Convertible E92, priced below KBB!

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  1. Alex AutoScout

    This is one of the most underrated cars of all time, and I like it!! Everyone thinks you’re in a standard 3 series until they mess with one. Only two issues with the N54, and let’s be honest, $400 for a hpfp and a couple hours to install? You bought a BMW, you pretty much don’t care it’s worth it. Turbo waste gate set-up issue? Who cares haha upgrade your charge pipe!! But, if you buy one with decent miles you’re covered until 120k for those “problems” and with about $1200 in tuning upgrades it’s a freaking beast!! Alpine trans flash?? Try that out!

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  2. West Coast Auto Sales Center

    I have a 2008 e90 335i and here’s my opinion. Replace motor mounts with SOLID rubber ones. Any type of fluid leak FIX, don’t think “Eh it’s not much I’ll get to it eventually.” Especially the oil filter housing gaskets. Buy replacement parts that have warranty, I had to replace the water pump twice due to bad gaskets on the pump warranty helped big time. Check the allignment, the rears will especially get eaten up fast if misalligned. To sum it up I would take it to a BMW certified (or reputable shop) to do a deep inspection also save a good $1500 on top of buying price for potential issues.

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  3. AutoSource Las Vegas

    LoL I watched this but actually I just realised:

    I don’t have a 3 series
    I don’t have a BMW
    I don’t have a car

    RIP ME

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