Used 2015 BMW 3 Series Pricing


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2015 Highlights

Only some subtle changes to standard and optional equipment are in store for the 2015 BMW 3 Series. Most notably, Bluetooth audio connectivity is now standard across the model line and heated front seats, navigation and a sunroof may be ordered as a stand-alone options.

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Pros

  • Excellent ride and handling balance
  • powerful and fuel-efficient engines
  • upscale interior with straightforward controls and spacious seating.

Cons

  • ActiveHybrid 3 lacks typical hybrid efficiency
  • automatic stop-start system is intrusive.

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Used 2015 BMW 3 Series for Sale

BMW 3 Series 2015 320i 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A) Jet Black Black leatherette27,447 miles
Used 2015BMW 3 Series320i
List:$21,991
Est.Loan: $401/mo
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2015 BMW 3 Series 320i 2.0L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V TwinPower Turbo Odometer is 8254 miles below market average! Reviews: * Excellent ride and handling balance; powerful and fuel-efficient engines; upscale interior with straightforward controls and spacious seating. Source: Edmunds * For over three decades, the BMW 3 Series has continuously set the bar that competitors are measured against in the entry-level luxury sedan category. The 3 Series has something for a wide range of shoppers, due the multitude of categories it has models available for, such as: the Sedan, Hybrid, Sport Wagon, and Gran Turismo. In addition there is an available Clean Diesel in the 328d and 328d xDrive Sedans. Once inside the 3 Series, experience it's elegantly simple and uncomplicated interior. It utilizes high-end materials, simple shapes, and has made important controls easy for the driver to reach. Plus, inside it is quite roomy, and your rear passengers have a generous amount of legroom as well. A variety of different engines are available based on the trim level. The base 320i comes standard with a 2.0L turbocharged engine with 180hp, the 328i comes with a 2.0L turbocharged engine with 240hp, the 328d comes with a 2.0L turbocharged diesel engine, while 335i models come with a 3.0L turbocharged engine with 300hp. All are paired with an 8-speed STEPTRONIC automatic transmission but manual transmission is available on some trims. All trims also come with the option of BMW's xDrive AWD system. In addition, it has standard items such as: a sound system with a 6.5-inch display and 9-speakers, USB Port, dual-zone climate control, rain-sensing wipers, an engine start stop button, and dynamic cruise control. Safety has been taken into account with the 3 Series as well. Every model comes standard with impact sensors that perform a variety of functions in case of a collision such as: turning off electrical systems that could be dangerous, turning on hazard lights, and unlocking doors. Plus, all models come with eight airbags. Source: The Manufacturer Summary * Powerful and fuel-efficient engines; engaging handling; upscale interior; hatchback-style utility. Source: Edmunds CARFAX One-Owner. ****Options Include:. Please don't hesitate to call Yad @ 855-895-8768 or email 24/7 @ yad.Mohammedali@sterlingroyce.edealerhub.com he will be able to answer any and all questions!

BMW 3 Series 2015 328i xDrive 4dr Sedan AWD (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 8A) Alpine White Venetian Beige leatherette42,465 miles
Used 2015BMW 3 Series328i xDrive
List:$20,490
Est.Loan: $373/mo
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New Price! Recent Arrival! 2015 4D Sedan Alpine White 2015 BMW 3 Series 328i xDrive AWD 2.0L 4-Cylinder DOHC 16V Turbocharged AWD. Easterns Automotive Group has sold used cars in the Maryland, DC, and Virginia communities for over 30 years and has sold over 100,000 certified used vehicles. Every Easterns vehicle has passed a rigorous Multi-Point Quality Certification and a 7-day return policy so you can buy with confidence. CARFAX One-Owner. 8-Speed Automatic 22/33mpg 33/22 Highway/City MPG Easterns operates an open inventory and any of our cars can be transferred and purchased from any location. Easterns has six convenient used car dealerships around Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. Search our vast inventory of over 1000 cars and remember at Easterns Your Job Is Your Credit. Reviews: * Excellent ride and handling balance; powerful and fuel-efficient engines; upscale interior with straightforward controls and spacious seating. Source: Edmunds * For over three decades, the BMW 3 Series has continuously set the bar that competitors are measured against in the entry-level luxury sedan category. The 3 Series has something for a wide range of shoppers, due the multitude of categories it has models available for, such as: the Sedan, Hybrid, Sport Wagon, and Gran Turismo. In addition there is an available Clean Diesel in the 328d and 328d xDrive Sedans. Once inside the 3 Series, experience it's elegantly simple and uncomplicated interior. It utilizes high-end materials, simple shapes, and has made important controls easy for the driver to reach. Plus, inside it is quite roomy, and your rear passengers have a generous amount of legroom as well. A variety of different engines are available based on the trim level. The base 320i comes standard with a 2.0L turbocharged engine with 180hp, the 328i comes with a 2.0L turbocharged engine with 240hp, the 328d comes with a 2.0L turbocharged diesel engine, while 335i mode

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Safety

NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

    Overall4/5
    Driver4/5
    Passenger5/5
  • Side Crash Rating

    Overall5/5
  • Side Barrier Rating

    Overall5/5
    Driver5/5
    Passenger5/5
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Rollover5/5
    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover9.5%

IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
    G
    Good
  • Roof Strength Test
    G
    Good
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    G
    Good
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    M
    Marginal
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test
    G
    Good

Top Consumer Reviews

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Gotta have it (?)
Black on Black 320i with manual 6 speed, Sport, Premium and Driver Assistance packages, plus heated front seats. I've had it for two weeks and less than 500 miles. I traded in a 2013 Honda Accord Sport CVT. The Honda had accumulated some equity in the lease, so it went back 5 months early; the dealer paid it all off (residual and 5 payments) leaving a zero balance against the BMW lease. Impressive for Honda. . In several ways, I miss the Honda: the "infotainment" was better. The BMW does not have a Pandora source in its system. Yes, it will stream music, but you control it from the smartphone, not through the car. Rebound control seemed better than the BMW, especially for the rear. I really liked the CVT. ( I don't like automatic transmissions with gears, so I got the manual BMW.) The BMW gas mileage in suburban traffic seems about the same as the Accord, which was excellent: 26 to 40 mpg. Power seems similar also, but the BMW is MUCH quieter and smoother, so it's hard to tell. The BMW certainly seems to have enough power, but it's not a racer. (I purposely looked for a low-powered BMW to save on traffic tickets, based on past experience with other BMWs. This is the primary reason why the 320i attracted me - it's sensible and well balanced.) But when you consider that the BMW lease payment is just $6 more than the Honda payment (although I did kick in a little cash to cover tax and tags), and that it has far more premium features than the Honda did, not to mention all that comes with the BMW brand, The BMW Club, you see the advantage. I'm looking forward to "growing into" the BMW as it breaks in. ONE YEAR LATER: After 14,000 miles, I wouldn't change much about what I wrote previously. However, this car is GOOD on gas. 33-36 around suburbia, and 42 at 70 MPH on cruise, over a 150 mile trip. I've done that trip several times. There are no rattles of any kind. It still doesn't seem fast, but high speed cruising (80+) is excellent, when possible and safe. But I still miss the Honda sometimes, and probably will take another look at that brand in two more years. If I ever get another BMW, I probably won't choose to get the sport seats - they make getting into the car more difficult than it needs to be. This car is a 2015 model. Handling is good, not not appreciably better in feel than my old Accord. I'm sure that if put on a racetrack, the BMW would go around faster than the Accord, but in daily driving, they feel nearly the same. I understand there were some suspension improvements on the 2016. At 20000 miles, I put on Michelin pilot sport as 3 plus non run flat tires. I saved the old continental run flats to put back on for lease end. They have plenty of tread. With the michelins, it's like going from square to round to put it simply. What a difference. If I do get a flat, I have an inexpensive can of Slime and a compressor. If I ever get another car with summer run flat tires, I'll make this change in week one. Otherwise I stand by my previous comments. 27000 Miles: I also have a 1997 Z3 that I have renovated. Lately, I'm choosing to drive it over the 320i. It just drives better even though it uses a lot more gas. I'm looking forward to the end of the 320i lease so that I can find another used BMW to fix up. Still, the 320 is a great car for long trips. 35000 miles: Ditto the last comments above. It’s an excellent car that feels like it would last another 20 years with no problem. I’m wondering about my lease mileage choice (15,000/year). I have 6 months left to drive 10,000 miles. Either I set off across the country, or turn the car in with significant unused miles. I tried out a 2018 Accord. If I do get a new car, that will be it. Looking at residual value, this 320i would cost $24,999 to buy. It does have special equipment, but similar 320’s are already available for $23,000 full retail price, and with less mileage. That’s the same price range as a brand new Accord Sport. I think Ill just use the Z3 as my daily driver for a while, or pick up a used 8-10 year old Bimmer for $ mid-teens. The brand does still have exclusivity.
Probably the best car i've owned!
Ok, i'll start off first with the pros. The car is F.A.S.T! If I need to get around someone on the freeway, I barely even touch the gas pedal, and i'm in front of them. The gas mileage is great, considering I have a lead foot (average freeway speed is 80 mph). Also, the seats are the most comfortable seats I have a had in a luxury car. And trust me, all my life I have owned luxury vehicles (Range Rovers, other BMWs, Mercedes, and even Audis). The iDrive is AMAZING! I owned the 2007 BMW 750Li when it came out, and holy crap did the iDrive suck! It great now! Now the cons. Resale value is horrible! My Range Rover was a 2009 HSE Sport and I sold it in 2011 and got 35k for it! I already checked the BlueBook value for my 335Xi and its already down to 40k! Ughh! When you start the car, it sounds like a crazy diesel motor for a second! Coming back to a pro though, the drive is so smooth compared to my old 2010 Mercedes 350 Sport! The car has the smoothest suspension I have ever dealt with! And heading back to cons, the rear seats aren't that comfortable if you don't have the heated rear seats option (I do but my friend has a 2014 328Xi with no heated rear seats). And my god, the navigation has sent me to more dead ends then I care to recall. Thats about all my issues I have with it for now. I recommend buying one for sure! Good luck!
Woth the price!
I downgraded power from a 2011 328i sedan to a 2015 320i sedan. Not much is lost with the power for the price. The 2015 320i is more of a comfortable ride and the interior styling is very luxurious. I think for the price the 320 beats the 328 and the power is still there with the turbo added.