Fast Coupe: 2008 BMW M3 E92
The 4th generation of the BMW M3 was released in 2007 and it featured a big departure from previous models. Gone was the screaming inline-6 engine and in its place was a throaty V8…which was a heresy according to BMW fanboys but it sold quite well and the 414 horsepower and 295 ft-lbs of torque was welcome to anyone except the serious inline-6 nut. Today the magic of depreciation means the $60k+ M3 is now 1/4 of that original price…time to buy. Find this 2008 BMW M3 offered for $18888 in Walnut, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
2008 BMW m3
cylinders: 8 cylinders
title status: clean
For Sale is My
2008 BMW M3 Coupe (E92)
Clean Title / 3 Owners / No Accidents
Jerez Black Exterior / Black Leather Interior
8 Cylinder Motor
7 Speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT)
Rear Wheel Drive
Has 114,557 Miles; Highway Miles From Sacramento to Socal.
Carbon Fiber Roof, Carbon Fiber Trims, M Package, Premium Package, Comfort Access, Navigation, Premium Sound, Dual Power Seats, Rear Parking Sensor, and Many More Factory Options.
Authentic Akrym Front Bumper
Bayoptiks Headlights Black Housing with LED Angels Eyes
Color Matched Front Grill
Matte Black RPI Scoops
Carbon Fiber Side Mirror Caps
Single Side Carbon Fiber CSL Style Trunk Paint Matched with CF Exposed Tips Only
Carbon Fiber Diffuser
OEM LCI Tail Lights
OEM Exhaust Mod
RD Sport Springs
Upgraded Under Seat Subs 8in
12in Alpine Type R Sub in Custom Enclosure with Amp Tucked
My M3 Runs and Drives Excellent. Always Well Taken Care of and Maintenance on Time, Using OEM Products. Throttle Actuators Replaced. 4 Brake Pads and Brake Sensor Replaced at 92k Miles. Steering Angle Sensor and Speed Sensor Replaced as Well. Blackstone Lab Motor Oil Analysis Shows Motor is in Good Health.
Con: Front Bumper has Rock Chips (Needs Respray) and TPMS(Tire Pressure Monitor System) Light on (No Sensor in Wheels)
Asking $18,888 Cash. No Trades.
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Interesting a drug dealer would spam a BMW post.
Haha…yes! Small coincidence?
Gotta know your target demographic I suppose!
I'm no math major, but wouldn't the depreciation # be closer to 1/3 of its orginal selling price.
I'll see myself out.