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      07-22-2018, 09:16 AM   #1
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Value of my 135i? What do you think?

Like the title says. Curious what you think its valued at or how much it could be sold for.

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      07-22-2018, 10:33 AM   #2
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To the market? $13,000. To the right buyer, looking for that kind of car modded, maybe more.
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      07-27-2018, 02:02 PM   #3
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To the market? $13,000. To the right buyer, looking for that kind of car modded, maybe more.
My dealer sends me emails and wants to give me $13,000 for my car if I trade it in on a M240i. Obviously, I say no, but they keep trying anyway. lol
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      07-29-2018, 03:06 PM   #4
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whatever the price is on KBB.

subtract $1k from that for the mods.

modified cars generally get less unless you find someone specifically looking for a 'pre-modified' car-----which you MAY be able to find on the forums. In which case mayyyyyyybe $15k.
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      07-29-2018, 03:27 PM   #5
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I’d say closer to $18-20k if the mods are tasteful. Miles are high but if you have all the maintenance records and it’s well cared for, the right person might pay that for a turnkey 1 series. The question is how long are yo willing to wait for that buyer?
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      07-29-2018, 09:46 PM   #6
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You have a high mileage car with heavy mods. Don't take this the wrong way, but only someone with incredibly bad judgement or deep pockets and a "must have" attitude would pay significantly more than market for the base unmodded car, for your vehicle. Why? Too much risk with heavily modded cars. It's better to start with a stock car and add mods yourself if you're after that.

So you would probably make a lot more money selling the car stock and then selling the mods separately. #effort
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      08-11-2018, 10:50 PM   #7
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I’d say closer to $18-20k if the mods are tasteful. Miles are high but if you have all the maintenance records and it’s well cared for, the right person might pay that for a turnkey 1 series. The question is how long are yo willing to wait for that buyer?
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You have a high mileage car with heavy mods. Don't take this the wrong way, but only someone with incredibly bad judgement or deep pockets and a "must have" attitude would pay significantly more than market for the base unmodded car, for your vehicle. Why? Too much risk with heavily modded cars. It's better to start with a stock car and add mods yourself if you're after that.

So you would probably make a lot more money selling the car stock and then selling the mods separately. #effort
How on earth is 110K high mileage for a 9 year old car? NADA actually adds $550 to the value of an '09 135i with 110k. 125-130k on an '09 would be about average, considering 14-15k is about the average annual mileage driven in the US.
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How on earth is 110K high mileage for a 9 year old car? NADA actually adds $550 to the value of an '09 135i with 110k. 125-130k on an '09 would be about average, considering 14-15k is about the average annual mileage driven in the US.
While regular cars will be driven 10-15,000 miles a year, typically sports cars are driven less than 5,000 miles per year. And once you also eclipse 100,000 miles on any car, for better or worse, it typically has a stigma attached to it.

If you tell me you have a 20 year old car with 200,000 miles on it, Im still going to say it has a a lot of miles on it. 200,000 miles is a lot. Just because you averaged 10,000 miles a year doesnt change anything.
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While regular cars will be driven 10-15,000 miles a year, typically sports cars are driven less than 5,000 miles per year. And once you also eclipse 100,000 miles on any car, for better or worse, it typically has a stigma attached to it.

If you tell me you have a 20 year old car with 200,000 miles on it, I’m still going to say it has a a lot of miles on it. 200,000 miles is a lot. Just because you averaged 10,000 miles a year doesn’t change anything.
This is a 135i we're talking about, not some high end exotic that only comes out if there's a full moon and no chance of precipitation forecast within a 200 mile radius for the next three days. Apparently, the automotive valuation authorities don't subscribe to this idea that a 135i should see only 5k a year, or else they'd be dinging the value on an '09 135i if it had over ~45k on it. But they're not. They're adding value to it, since it's low in their eyes at 110k. Sure, I could see your point on a 1M, since it's super US limited, in demand, and more of a true sports car, but not with a 135i.
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      08-21-2018, 01:26 PM   #10
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This is a 135i we're talking about, not some high end exotic that only comes out if there's a full moon and no chance of precipitation forecast within a 200 mile radius for the next three days. Apparently, the automotive valuation authorities don't subscribe to this idea that a 135i should see only 5k a year, or else they'd be dinging the value on an '09 135i if it had over ~45k on it. But they're not. They're adding value to it, since it's low in their eyes at 110k. Sure, I could see your point on a 1M, since it's super US limited, in demand, and more of a true sports car, but not with a 135i.
The "automotive valuation authorities" and the market also often disagree, especially when it comes to so-called enthusiast cars. For example, KBB will usually subtract from the value when a car has a manual transmission, but many sports cars with manuals command a small premium over their auto counterparts. Also, with regards to mileage, as stated previously, anything over 100,000 definitely has a stigma associated with it. This is especially true for BMWs and other German cars which have the stereotype of poor reliability and high maintenance costs when out of warranty.
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I'll leave these private party examples here for reference:




Note that a 200k 2008 135i in excellent condition is worth 43% of the same car with only 25,000 miles and a 100,000 mile example is about 2/3 the value of the 25k mile car. It's about a 10% drop in value for every 25,000 miles until 100,000 miles and then decreases to about 7% per 25,000 miles. That's because you can only go so low.
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