Used BMW Vehicles for Sale in Philadelphia, PA

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Vin: 5UXCR6C00M9F55308 Stock#: 15728
Manufacturer: BMW
  • Body type: SUV
  • Mileage: 71,536
  • Exterior Color: White
  • Interior Color: Brown
  • Engine Type: 3.0L I6
  • Transmission: Automatic 8-Speed
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
Market Price: $39,856
Saving: $3,871
Rolls Price: $35,985*
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Vin: WBAJE7C33HG890613 Stock#: 16025
Manufacturer: BMW
  • Body type: Sedan
  • Mileage: 91,421
  • Exterior Color: Silver
  • Interior Color: Black
  • Engine Type: 3.0L I6
  • Transmission: Automatic 8-Speed
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
Market Price: $24,589
Saving: $3,710
Rolls Price: $20,879*
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Vin: WBA13AR06MCF91248 Stock#: 16039
Manufacturer: BMW
  • Body type: Coupe
  • Mileage: 51,692
  • Exterior Color: Gray
  • Interior Color: Red
  • Engine Type: 3.0L I6
  • Transmission: Automatic 8-Speed
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
Market Price: $44,785
Saving: $3,800
Rolls Price: $40,985*
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Vin: 5UXWX7C55H0U41932 Stock#: 16044
Manufacturer: BMW
  • Body type: SUV
  • Mileage: 76,985
  • Exterior Color: Black
  • Interior Color: Brown
  • Engine Type: 3.0L I6
  • Transmission: Automatic 8-Speed
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
Market Price: $23,589
Saving: $3,590
Rolls Price: $19,999*
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Vin: 5UXFG2C54CL781616 Stock#: 16081T
Manufacturer: BMW
  • Body type: SUV
  • Mileage: 119,890
  • Exterior Color: White
  • Engine Type: 3.0L I6
  • Transmission: Automatic 8-Speed
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
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Vin: WBA4Z1C52JEC59047 Stock#: 15176
Manufacturer: BMW
  • Body type: Convertible
  • Mileage: 82,281
  • Exterior Color: Blue
  • Interior Color: Black
  • Engine Type: 2.0L I4
  • Transmission: Automatic 8-Speed
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
Market Price: $22,478
Saving: $3,791
Rolls Price: $18,687*
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How to buy a used BMW near me

BMWs are amazing cars with outstanding performance. The used car prices of this brand continue to decline. This is good, because a cheap price is a great opportunity to buy a high-quality car for little money. Car enthusiasts especially appreciate BMW for the fact that all models of this brand have either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. This makes BMW the most comfortable to drive.

What to look for when buying a used BMW

Knowing what to look for is the first step to buying a used car. Only in this way can you find exactly the car that will meet your expectations in all respects. It is worth doing a little research before buying a car. This will help you avoid mistakes that could cost you money.

The peculiarity of buying a BMW is that you also need to study how much insurance premiums and long-term car maintenance will cost.

Dealership research

You should make sure to choose a used BMW dealer that has a wealth of experience and a reputation for being honest sellers. Choosed dealership should have certified mechanics who specialize in BMW vehicles and not other manufacturers. For example, in Philadelphia, PA the Rolls Auto Sales is a certified dealer. 

Not every car dealership has specialists who can work with foreign cars. It is worth clarifying whether the car dealership can order spare parts from the original factory if necessary. It is best to choose a car dealership with a BMW service center — this way you will receive guarantees and avoid complications in the future.

Certified Pre-Owned

The request to Google Search like “used bmw for sale near me” or “used bmw near me” as a result will show many offers from private sellers. But, unfortunately, buying a used BMW from a private seller is risky. He can swear by oath that the car is in excellent condition and almost never used. But do not trust such assurances.

Better to choose certified used BMW by official brand. The certificate also provides additional guarantees and rights to compensation, which you will not receive in case of purchasing an uncertified car.

Vehicle History

View the history report of the vehicle you want to buy. Pay attention to the following points: were there any collisions; whether the car is wanted by the police; are there any restrictions on registration. Be aware that vehicle history only reports incidents that have been officially reported. Checking the vehicle history is a must when buying a used car. But don't rely on this report alone. Self-examination of the car is equally important.

Mechanical Issues

The car dealership must provide the buyer with all the available information about the car. The reports should include details of problems with mechanical or electronic systems. It makes sense to ask your salesperson which parts have recently been repaired or replaced. The cooling system and its components, including the water pump and thermostat, require particular attention.

Test Drive

Car history content and visual inspection will not replace a test drive of a used car. A test drive will allow you to feel the handling of the car and the nuances of its behavior on the road. Plus, it's just an enjoyable experience that shouldn't be denied.

During the test, it is advisable to focus all attention on driving. Instead of music, it is better to listen to the engine sounds and check if the car is making any strange sounds. This may reveal serious problems that you should be aware of before purchasing.

Why are used BMW so cheap

There are 3 basic reasons why BMW used cars are so cheap to buy.

Firstly, the used car market is oversaturated with BMW. When there are a lot of cars, like any product, they drop in price. BMW offers fairly favorable leasing terms even for customers with bad credit history for most car models. But when cars are returned to the service center used, the purchase price is significantly reduced.

Cars that are returned under the terms of a lease are usually either sent to an auction or sold at dealer lots as a certified used BMW. When dealership lots are filled with certified used vehicles, prices come down at the level of private sellers as well.

Secondly, used BMWs are relatively expensive to maintain. Car repairs can cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars to visit a car repair shop or service center. This is a vulnerable aspect of BMW used cars, as it is this fact that often turns buyers off. Given this circumstance, the market is also inferior in price for cars of this brand. 

Thirdly, used BMWs compete with leased new cars. Buying a car on lease allows you to get into a new car for only $400 per month. Dealers sell out their current inventory before receiving a new batch of cars so that older models do not compete with new ones. The used car market again has to give way in price.

Under the pressure from all of these factors, the average cost of used BMW cars is quite low. For sellers, this is not the best situation, since the sale will most likely not recoup the previously invested funds. But buying a used BMW is a very good deal. The main thing is to make sure that you can afford car maintenance and repairs in the future.

What is the best BMW to buy used

The 2013 BMW 1 Series has received rave reviews and represents the very best that this brand has to offer.

The automobile is equipped with a 6-cylinder rear or all-wheel drive engine with a capacity of 230 to 320 horsepower. The standard equipment includes a six-speed manual transmission. An optional automatic transmission option is available.

Basic vehicle characteristics:

  • 17-inch wheels, 
  • automatic headlights, 
  • rain sensors, 
  • eight-way adjustable front seats, 
  • fog lights, 
  • cruise control, 
  • premium vinyl upholstery, 
  • dual-zone automatic climate control, 
  • 10-speaker sound system.

Safety is ensured by anti-lock disc brakes, traction and stability control and a start-off support system. The price of a used 2013 BMW 1-Series starts at $12,000.

Disclaimer:

*All prices and payments reflect a $2,000 cash or trade in equity applied to the sale price. Tax, Title and Tags not included in vehicle prices shown and must be paid by the purchaser. While great effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information on this site, errors do occur so please verify information with a customer service rep. This is easily done by calling us at (215) 333-8856 or by visiting us at the dealership.

**With approved credit. Terms may vary. Monthly payments are only estimates derived from the vehicle price with a month term, % interest and % downpayment.

Once you’ve explored our inventory and decided on which model is right for you, be sure to contact us to make an appointment and visit us in person! We can help you get behind the wheel of a pre-owned Nissan, Ford, or a model from another make that meets your needs. Consider working with our finance department to make your purchase as affordable as possible, and check out how to value your trade for even more budget-friendly options!