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      11-07-2017, 01:42 PM   #67
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2015 CPO M3 - 22k miles
All options except CCB. Has full leather, m suspension, 19" wheels, HK sound, parking assist, dct, exec, lighting, driver assist, power rear shade, and mpe to boot
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Decent deal?
Sounds pretty fair to me.
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With cpo it's a good deal and miles are low... good job!
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Well, wasn’t fast enough. It sold
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Well, wasn’t fast enough. It sold
Got to be fast with deals like that. I found a similar deal about a year ago and went the same day to grab it. Just be ready to pounce next time.
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bump

bumping this to the top for more deals as lease returns start coming back
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Just purchased a early production build of a MY2017. Fully optioned minus Drivers Assist package. 26k miles very good condition. Not CPO
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Just bought a 2016 YMB M4 Convertible with 30K miles, full black leather, Adaptive M Suspension, Black 437M rims, all parking options, with CPO for 55K but tax and license came to 64K.
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Just bought a 2016 YMB M4 Convertible with 30K miles, full black leather, Adaptive M Suspension, Black 437M rims, all parking options, with CPO for 55K but tax and license came to 64K.
Dang.. 17% tax and license? Where do you livd
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      11-02-2018, 10:36 PM   #78
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2018 M3 - $75k MSRP, so light options, 5k miles, CPO, $62k plus shipping. I feel like I got a good deal.
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2018 M3 - $75k MSRP, so light options, 5k miles, CPO, $62k plus shipping. I feel like I got a good deal.
Wow, congrats. only $4K over me (2017 and 13,200 miles). I'd say you got a great deal.
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2018 M3 - $75k MSRP, so light options, 5k miles, CPO, $62k plus shipping. I feel like I got a good deal.
$62k including taxes?
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i paid 56k for a 2016 SMB, 6MT, executive, drivers assistance, SO CPO F80 with 33k miles, fair deal? car also came with the rear sunshade and the whole front end had a PPF installed by the prior owner
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i paid 56k for a 2016 SMB, 6MT, executive, drivers assistance, SO CPO F80 with 33k miles, fair deal? car also came with the rear sunshade and the whole front end had a PPF installed by the prior owner
I think so. When I was doing my research, there were only 2 CPO cars within 500 miles of me (I wasn't looking for a CPO, but ended up buying one because it was just really clean).

While a non-CPO version of your car might be found for 52-54k, a CPO cream-puff for that amount is a pretty good find, IMO.

And congrats!
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I'm also actively looking for a used f80 m3.

1. Is the comp pkg worth it on a 2018?
2. Also, is there any significant difference between the 2017 and 2018 models?

I think the cpo cars have a 2-3k premium on them. I have never owned a used car before, so, a bit confused wrt the options. Thanks for the help.
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      11-13-2018, 08:25 AM   #84
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$62k including taxes?
No I wish. I just paid the CA DMV my excessive sales tax rate. The cost of living on the left coast.
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      11-14-2018, 01:40 AM   #85
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I'm also actively looking for a used f80 m3.

1. Is the comp pkg worth it on a 2018?
2. Also, is there any significant difference between the 2017 and 2018 models?

I think the cpo cars have a 2-3k premium on them. I have never owned a used car before, so, a bit confused wrt the options. Thanks for the help.
There are TONS of threads regarding comp vs non-comp, and it always seems to be a personal decision.

In my case, there weren't any used M3's in my area with the comp package in the price point I wanted to pay, so I ended up buying without. This wasn't a big deal to me, because I am not a fan of the wheels, and plan on tuning the car. But there are plenty of people that love the wheels and want to stay stock, so wouldn't buy without comp. If I was going to stay stock, I'd want the comp package.

If you want to stay stock, the extra warranty can be attractive to buyers. Personally, I'd have purchased my car without it being a CPO car.

Regarding the differences, the headlights are different on the 2018, and there's a much improved Idrive update on the 2018 models (also on older 2017's). I purchased an early model 2017, so missed out on both these changes, and have a drive shaft that needs to be replaced due to a recall, but I am still happy with my purchase.
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I'm also actively looking for a used f80 m3.

1. Is the comp pkg worth it on a 2018?
2. Also, is there any significant difference between the 2017 and 2018 models?

I think the cpo cars have a 2-3k premium on them. I have never owned a used car before, so, a bit confused wrt the options. Thanks for the help.
There are TONS of threads regarding comp vs non-comp, and it always seems to be a personal decision.

In my case, there weren't any used M3's in my area with the comp package in the price point I wanted to pay, so I ended up buying without. This wasn't a big deal to me, because I am not a fan of the wheels, and plan on tuning the car. But there are plenty of people that love the wheels and want to stay stock, so wouldn't buy without comp. If I was going to stay stock, I'd want the comp package.

If you want to stay stock, the extra warranty can be attractive to buyers. Personally, I'd have purchased my car without it being a CPO car.

Regarding the differences, the headlights are different on the 2018, and there's a much improved Idrive update on the 2018 models (also on older 2017's). I purchased an early model 2017, so missed out on both these changes, and have a drive shaft that needs to be replaced due to a recall, but I am still happy with my purchase.
Thanks, that sounds like a reason (for me, too) to not pursue a cp car. I had heard from someone that they fixed the exhaust note on the cp and was going to give it a shot. I don't really enjoy the cp seats either.
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Thanks, that sounds like a reason (for me, too) to not pursue a cp car. I had heard from someone that they fixed the exhaust note on the cp and was going to give it a shot. I don't really enjoy the cp seats either.
That's a good point. There is a difference in exhaust. Check out the thread below.

https://f80.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1236532

So you just need to ask yourself if you plan on staying stock or doing some mods?
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As stated above comp pack vs non comp vastly depends on what you value or what you plan to do to the car. The comp wheels alone if you like them are over $4k so for a 5k package that includes the wheels plus all the extras it is a good value.

It's not so much the minimal power difference IMHO as it is the increased traction and better handling. Simply adding a tune adjusts your power but does nothing for suspension/traction and handling. The exhaust is also much more refined and is a large improvement over stock non comp cars.

Basically the comp packaged car is how the car should have been from the factory at launch and is the more refined version. That said, an //M is an //M and even a non comp pack car is a great vehicle. If you see yourself modding heavily and you don't care for the wheels, it may be best to pocket the difference.

But as far as resale and future value, a comp packaged car will usually be the more preferred option on these vehicles.

Best of luck in either case. You won't be disappointed either way.
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