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#1 (permalink) Old 04-30-2004, 12:07 AM
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I was turned on to the M3s by a friend a couple of hours ago and I am wondering what the average price is for a 2000 M3 with around 75k-100k miles on it? Also where is a good place to look for used M3s, ive tried autotrader, but they dont seem to have very realistic prices. Could someone inform me on those autotrader prices and what they think?
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I was turned on to the M3s by a friend a couple of hours ago and I am wondering what the average price is for a 2000 M3 with around 75k-100k miles on it? Also where is a good place to look for used M3s, ive tried autotrader, but they dont seem to have very realistic prices. Could someone inform me on those autotrader prices and what they think?
umm 1) a 2000 m3 will that many miles is hard to find not impossible but hard.
2) a 95 with that many miles more realistic but remember people baby these cars and dont put a lot of miles on them, but 95-98 easier to find. and as for price the 95 m3 i want with 115000 is 13,5000 which is kindof high but still spendy!

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never heard of a 2000 m3???
am i wrong?

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never heard of a 2000 m3???
am i wrong?
you are right.. why did they make them that year?

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transition from E36 to E46.... they usually dont make M Cars in the transition year. I think they do in germany tho

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http://www.roadfly.org/bmw/classifieds/car...ads.php?cat=208

Try here, and they are correct. The earliest E46 M3s were '01 models.

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so pretty much if i want an M3 its going to be 2001 and its hard to find one with low miles on it?
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What do you define as low miles? In the US 100k miles on a ten year old car is low miles. On a 2001, 30k miles would be low miles.

On my '97 Honda Accord I have 72.5k miles.

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lol i meant to say around maybe somewhere from 70-100k miles (E46)

sorry bout that

well anyway i probably wont get one for one or two years but im wondering if a m3 with that manymiles was common.
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What's the point of wanting a 2001 car with 70-100k miles?

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you can probablly get one with around 15-20k if you look hard

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What's the point of wanting a 2001 car with 70-100k miles?
i just wanna be able to afford one.

are these just scams?
http://autotrader.com/findacar/results.jtm...=used&x=38&y=15


seems like i wont be able to get one....
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Those prices are awsome! I don't believe that is a scam if you got that from a search on autotrader.com

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well i think a certain car came up twice with different prices, the prices were about 10k apart.
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