BMW 330 for Sale in El Paso, TX

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$32,813 8,805 mi.

2018 BMW 330 i

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  • Ext. Color: White
  • Int. Color: Beige
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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BMW of El Paso
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(915) 242-4419
4.5 (64 reviews)
4 mi. from 79901
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Great Service!
by Lovemybeamer from Las Cruces, NM
December 3, 2018
5 5 5 5 5 4.5 (64 reviews)
Alex in the service department always does a great job! The service folks are easy to work with and the accommodations in the waiting area and showroom are great! Would definitely recommend.
Love my BMW
by GiGito7 from Tampa, FL
March 6, 2019
5
Wow! Where to start. This car is fully loaded and the most comfortable rideI have ever had. Lots of head and leg room. Great gas mileage. Friends are very surprised to find they can control the air and heat in the back seat themselves. If you want an outstanding car I would definately recommend a BMW 330i. And if you want to get a great deal go to Reeves BMW Tampa. They are outstanding.
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$4,000 135,000 mi.

2001 BMW 330 Ci

  • Ext. Color: Gray
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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Aaron (Private Seller)
8 mi. from 79901
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They don't make em like these anymore.
by Mike from Alexandria, VA
January 16, 2019
5
They don't make em like these anymore. I can't seem to find anything like it in the car market. I'm the second owner and don't see this car going anywhere anytime soon.
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$6,000 194,000 mi.

2002 BMW 330 Ci

  • Ext. Color: Black
  • Int. Color: Black
  • Transmission: Automanual
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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Joe (Private Seller)
10 mi. from 79901
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One of the Best Non-M BMWs ever.
by Eamon from Tallahassee
April 19, 2019
5
I bought this car off my aunt 2 years ago and to this day I have no regrets. It is a very expensive car maintenance-wise, unfortunately. Given that the car is currently 17 years old, it's no surprise that a cooling system made mostly out of plastic would have numerous complications. Despite only owning it for 2 years, I've put over 45,000 miles on it commuting between home and school. Apart from what eventually added up to an entire cooling system rebuild over time, I have had no major problems with this car. It has had one major problem when my aunt owned it, which was a failure of the ZF 5-speed automatic. The ZF is one of two automatics that could be had with the E46 (3 series generation from 1997-2006) depending on the year. If you're seriously considering any model of the E46 generation, look up the VIN number to see transmission it has. Having said that, the ZF will last around 100k miles, so if you stumble across one that's had a recent replacement don't necessarily let that put you off. Of all the minor complications I have had, it's never left me stranded or failed to start. Where it falls short in reliability it makes up for in the driving experience. Driving an E46 330i sublime, thanks to a curb weight of a hair over 3,000 lbs and a perfect 50/50 weight distribution. The ZF 5-speed, while destined for failure (probably 20k miles left max), it shifts beautifully. It's smooth, responsive, and the gear ratios are nothing short of perfect. In conclusion, this is probably the most fun you can have in any BMW costing less than $10,000 (for one in excellent condition), and regardless of price this is easily one of the top 5 BMWs you can own that doesn't have the letter 'M' in it's name. Just buyer beware, unless you have the means to work on it yourself like I did (I work at a BMW dealership), get your wallets ready. WHEN TO AVOID AN E46, NO IFS, ANDS, OR BUTS: If it has: 100,000+ miles and NO service history A ZF 5-speed that has 100,000+ miles and has NOT been replaced A low-coolant warning light that comes on at anytime A rough shifting transmission An engine warning light with codes related to the VANOS system (if you know, you know) Regardless, ALWAYS get ANY used car checked by professional mechanic prior to purchase, but if an E46 you're considering passes inspection, what are you waiting for??
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