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Old 05-10-2003, 07:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I'm considering buying a second-hand imported 330 (either 330i or 330D). I'm worried about the resale value/hassle come time for me to sell it. Has anyone any experience with selling a import BMW, in terms of how easy was it, how much cheaper you had to sell at compared to a UK car with same spec?

If I go for one, just how much cheaper should they be compared to a UK car?


Any advice much appreciated.

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Hi,

I'm considering buying a second-hand imported 330 (either 330i or 330D). I'm worried about the resale value/hassle come time for me to sell it. Has anyone any experience with selling a import BMW, in terms of how easy was it, how much cheaper you had to sell at compared to a UK car with same spec?

If I go for one, just how much cheaper should they be compared to a UK car?


Any advice much appreciated.

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it doesnt always effect the price...... (i take it you are from the UK)
so long as it has been looked after there shouldnt be a problem.......
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Old 05-12-2003, 04:34 AM   #3 (permalink)
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why buy a 330i there? just buy a 330 here, now a 330d is another story, id love to have a 330Cid
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why buy a 330i there? just buy a 330 here, now a 330d is another story, id love to have a 330Cid
haha u would want one but u have a new m3 to play wit?
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becuase a 330d can keep up wtih a M3 in the twisties (some guy said that when he euro delivered his M3)
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becuase a 330d can keep up wtih a M3 in the twisties (some guy said that when he euro delivered his M3)
whoa weird..preobly the same suspnion huh?
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no all the torque from the 330d....
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no all the torque from the 330d....
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