2007 BMW 335 for Sale

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$7,683 126,446 mi.

2007 BMW 335 xi

Great Deal
Sterling Motorsport
(571) 446-3591
4 (6 reviews)
5 mi. from 20147
  • Ext. Color: Red
  • Int. Color: Beige
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: AWD
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(571) 446-3591
by gatillo from Germantown MD
October 15, 2018
Smooth transaction, the car is running great so far, just missing the spare tire and Jack, other than that good car and friendly people
Overly engineered, beautiful car
by abbasione from PHX az
December 16, 2018
Love driving it but always nervous about the service codes popping up in my face for repairs. One must get extended warranty or go broke
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$12,995 63,047 mi.

2007 BMW 335 i

Good Deal
Auto Trademark
(703) 791-1709
3.5 (101 reviews)
17 mi. from 20147
  • Ext. Color: Blue
  • Int. Color: Beige
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drivetrain: RWD
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(703) 791-1709
Good place to shop for a car
by Steve from Fairfax Va
September 13, 2018
Good variety of vehicles, I found the exact truck I've been searching for. Jeannie worked with me and was polite, professional and down to earth ! So far so good !
Worth it because it was fun
by Cooldude346 from Washington DC suburbs
October 26, 2018
Bought this car as a lease buy back and drove it for almost 100k miles. During this time I modded it quite a bit and customized everything to my liking. Every time I started it up it put a smile to my face. The car is very fast and its comfortable for long drives too with good mpg (I6) as compared to M3s of the same year. The only downside is that the reliability has been pretty garbage causing me to spend thousands per year on its upkeep and lastly the depreciation has been crazy! I spent about 30k for this car and another 30k on top for repairs, maint, and customizations all to sell it for 8k a couple years later. I guess thats because its a common car. Next time i'll be sure to buy a rarer car. Selling it because at its current value it was getting pretty pointless to keep spending money on it.
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