Used 2015 BMW i3 Pricing


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2015 Highlights

The 2015 BMW i3 now gets heated front seats, satellite radio and an onboard DC fast-charging unit as standard.

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Pros

  • Roomy four-person cabin
  • quick acceleration and strong brakes
  • nimble handling
  • excellent visibility
  • well-made and stylish interior
  • versatile cargo area for an EV
  • available gasoline-fueled range extender.

Cons

  • Pricier than most entry-level EVs
  • rear-hinged rear doors aren't so great if you frequently take along rear passengers.

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Used 2015 BMW i3 for Sale

BMW i3 2015 4dr Hatchback (electric DD) Ionic Silver Metallic w/BMW i Frozen Blue Accent Mega Carum Spice Grey and Carum Spice Grey leatherette/cloth19,290 miles
Used 2015BMW i3Base
List:$20,500
Est.Loan: $373/mo
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CARFAX 1-Owner, BMW Certified, LOW MILES - 19,290! Navigation, Heated Seats, Satellite Radio, Keyless Start, Onboard Communications System, iPod/MP3 Input, harman/kardon PREMIUM SOUND, WHEELS: 20 X 5.0 FRONT/20 X 5.5 R... CLICK ME! KEY FEATURES INCLUDE: Heated Driver Seat, Satellite Radio, iPod/MP3 Input, Onboard Communications System, Keyless Start, Heated Seats Rear Spoiler, Keyless Entry, Steering Wheel Controls, Electronic Stability Control, Bucket Seats. OPTION PACKAGES: TECHNOLOGY & DRIVING ASSISTANT PACKAGE Advanced Real-Time Traffic Information, BMW Online & BMW Apps, ACC Stop & Go + Active Driving Assistant, Navigation Professional System, WHEELS: 20 X 5.0 FRONT/20 X 5.5 RR DOUBLE SPOKE Sport BMW i light alloy, Style 430, Tires: P155/60R20 Front & P175/55R20 Rear Mixed tires, PARKING ASSISTANT PACKAGE Rear View Camera, Park Distance Control, Parking Assistant, Park Assistant, harman/kardon PREMIUM SOUND. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: CARFAX 1-Owner Unlimited Miles for 1-Year plus the balance of original new vehicle warranty (4-Year/50,000-Miles), 24-Hour BMW Roadside Assistance, Comprehensive Inspection and Reconditioning, Trip-Interruption Services OUR OFFERINGS: Our mission is to expedite the process by putting you in control. We provide price and payment quotes that detail and clarify any/all fees - no surprises. Our goal is to create an efficient and enjoyable experience every time you visit our dealership, BMW of Silver Spring is your local area BMW destination. DISCLAIMER: *Your additional costs are sales tax, tag and title fees for the state in which the vehicle will be registered, any dealer-installed options (if applicable), and a $299 dealer processing fee. Every Internet Price is subject to change, and prior sales are excluded from these offers. * New and Loaner BMW pricing includes rebates contingent on financing thru BMWFS. Payments are calculated with 10% down plus tax and tags. On approved credit thru BMW Financial. leases are 10k m/p/yr

BMW i3 2015 4dr Hatchback w/Range Extender (electric DD) Arravani Grey w/BMW i Frozen Blue Accent Mega Carum Spice Grey and Carum Spice Grey leatherette/cloth19,678 miles
Used 2015BMW i3w/Range Extender
List:$22,500
Est.Loan: $410/mo
Passport BMW(5)
33.6 mi away
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BMW Certified, ONLY 19,678 Miles! Heated Seats, Navigation, iPod/MP3 Input, Onboard Communications System, TECHNOLOGY & DRIVING ASSISTANT PACKAG... Alloy Wheels, Satellite Radio.BMW CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED: Covers you for 1 year with unlimited vehicle miles, after the expiration of the 4-year / 50,000 mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty for Passenger Cars and Light Trucks (Valid only in the U.S.A. including Puerto Rico) for a total of 5 years / Unlimited vehicle miles. 5 years of BMW Roadside Assistance is included. Additional plans are available to extend your vehicle's coverage up to a total of 6 years with unlimited miles.The Certified Pre-Owned Protection Plan provides specific coverage against defects in material and workmanship; the plan is not a Maintenance Program or an extension of the original 4-year/50,000 mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty for Passenger Cars and Light Trucks (Valid in U.S.A. including Puerto Rico). There are various items that are not covered by these warranties.KEY FEATURES INCLUDEHeated Driver Seat, Satellite Radio, iPod/MP3 Input, Onboard Communications System, Aluminum Wheels.OPTION PACKAGESTECHNOLOGY & DRIVING ASSISTANT PACKAGE Advanced Real-Time Traffic Information, BMW Online & BMW Apps, ACC Stop & Go + Active Driving Assistant, Navigation Professional System.EXPERTS REPORTWith its 170-horsepower electric motor driving the rear wheelsBUY FROM AN AWARD WINNING DEALERPassport BMW is your full service dealer for new BMW and pre-owned sales, service and parts, and serves Washington DC, Suitland, Waldorf, Alexandria, and all of the VA and MD Washington DC Metro Area. All pricing is inclusive of rebates and incentives and is plus tax, tags, government fees, freight (new cars) and a dealer service fee of $300 (not required by law). See center for details.Horsepower calculations based on trim engine configuration. Please confirm the accuracy of the included equipment by calling us prior to purchase.Using CARFAX vehicle history reports every used vehicle's title can be researched against an extensive database. CARFAX Vehicle History Reports include title information (including salvaged or junked titles) flood damage history total loss accident history odometer readings lemon history number of owners accident indicators (such as airbag deployments) state emissions inspection results service records and vehicle use (taxi rental lease etc.). This high level of consumer protection allows you to choose and purchase any of our quality vehicles with the confidence you deserve. Note CARFAX records may be incomplete and there may also be delays in reporting information. Some vehicles may be subject to manufacturer safety recalls that for various reasons may not be repaired prior to sale. You may also check for open manufacturer recalls for a vehicle from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's recall website https//vinrcl.safercar.gov/vin/

BMW i3 2015 4dr Hatchback w/Range Extender (electric DD) Arravani Grey w/BMW i Frozen Blue Accent Giga Cassia and Carum Spice Grey leather/cloth20,977 miles
Used 2015BMW i3w/Range Extender
List:$21,490
Est.Loan: $391/mo
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**1-OWNER**NAVIGATION**CAMERA**PWR LIFTGATE** Great 1-Owner BMW i3 with Range Extender 4D Hatchback in Gray with Navigation / NAV / GPS, Backup Camera, Power Liftgate, Bluetooth, Remote Keyless Entry and MORE!! Text us at 410-935-6645 for availability or text the last 8 of VIN to 96300 to have a link sent directly to your phone! BUY WITH CONFIDENCE at one of Marylands Largest Pre-Owned Dealers: - Lowest Prices Every Day: Our market based WOW pricing utilizes competitive market pricing guides, no games. So it is easy to make an educated, hassle -free purchase from us. Many of our competitors add reconditioning, certification and other fees to their price quotes. Your WOW price has no hidden charges. Just add tags, taxes and processing fee. - Complimentary CARFAX Vehicle History Report - 7 Day Exchange Policy: This policy simply states if you are not completely satisfied with your vehicle purchase, bring it back to us for a full credit towards your next vehicle, no questions asked! RECALL NOTICE: Some vehicles may be subject to manufacturer safety recalls that for various reasons may not be repaired prior to sale. You may also check for open recalls at www.safercar.gov

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Sold the V12 Mercedes to go electric
I hesitantly sold my Mercedes CL600 and decided to lease the i3 REx to replace it. I am not a tree hugger but I am a technology geek and the i3 has some fantastic technology built in. My first impression of the i3 was that this is one ugly car and I did not like the look of the pizza cutter tires. However, after driving it for several weeks, not only have the looks grown on me (as well as the 20 inch skinny tires), but i find it the car extremely enjoyable to drive. In fact, it is so enjoyable that my wife prefers the drive to her Range Rover Sport and is constantly asking me to leave it at home so she can drive it. The off-the-line acceleration is fantastic, which has helped alleviate the sorrow of losing my V12 gasoline engine. The interior room for the front occupants is extremely roomy (I am 6'1" with a large frame). For a sub-compact car, this feels roomier than most other much larger cars. The user interface took a while to learn, but now that I am familiar with it, I am very impressed. The entertainment options are endless, especially when I connect my iPhone and use all of the music, streaming and pod cast services. I use the car primarily to commute to work, 36 miles round trip. I am also able to charge the car at work. For commuting, the car is ideal. I do have the range extender, but I have never actually used it as I have good charging options between work and home but it does take range anxiety out of the equation. If I had to pick anything that I don't like, it is the placement of the electrical charging port, which is located on the back, passenger side of the car. This requires me to get the charging cable and walk around to the other side. While this is clearly a first-world problem, it would have been much easier to locate the charging port close to the driver's door. The materials inside are excellent and I especially like the wood in the dash. I leased the vehicle because I am not yet comfortable with the residual value of an EV, but given the subsidies available, and the fact that I no longer buy gasoline, this is a very economical vehicle to operate. Overall, I was just looking for a very different car experience from buying another internal combustion car. The experience so far is highly recommended.
i3 VS 2013 Chevy Volt
My volt lease was up and I couldn't extend to wait for the 16 volt. So I wanted to stay electric and this was the only other choice with "range extending" capabilities. So as a VERY happy Volt owner I was very worried about changing. So here is the deal. Had the car a week with a mix of city and freeway driving at speeds up to 75 mph. BMW -the plusses: way faster acceleration . Way quieter ride. Better road feel and solid feeling. Perfect regenerative braking. Much roomier cabin and comfort for tall folks ( Im 6'3). Better/Great turning radius. Perfect higher but not to high seating/drivin position. Easy In&Out. Considerably better battery range - about 72 miles / compared to 38 miles. Better regenerative battery charging in city driving. Able to extend mileage better. Much better BMW 4 year full maintenance warranty. Love the "coast" mode when you just ease off the gas just right. One pedal driving!! Love that! Easier access to rear seats. Better safety features ( adaptive cruise control with city stop start is awesome). Have not seen this on another car. Set it for 40 mph. Brings you to a stop in traffic and stays engaged. Then starts you up again when the light changes. Pretty much auto pilot driving. Auto magic Parallel parking mode. (Have not tried this yet so can't say if it actually works well or not). Traffic nav system included with best energy routes based on traffic. Better solid German build quality compared to volt. Switch gear , fit and finish. So whats not to like that the Volt does better? Ride still to "stiff" and I have the 19" wheels. It's on the border of being the perfect balance. The 20" wheels have a lower profile tire so I am sure they would make the ride even more stiff which would not be good. I don't know why so many car manufacturers keep making such stiff suspensions when most americans like a softer ride. Cant you find the right balance? Some cars do, but a lot don't. (Rumor is the new 2016 volt will have a better ride quality than the current model). Also not good in the BMW is the car is a bit "skittery" on broken pavement when taking a turn. Especially the back can kick out. This is because it is very light and the tires are very thin. But the regular handling on decent roads feels good but the steering is very "sensitive. Especially at freeway speeds. The slightest movement of the wheel really moves the car. I may get used to this but for now I have a harder time keeping the car in a straight line. Don't know if this is the thin tires or light weight or weight of the electric steering or a combination of all three but this is where the volt drives much better. User customization of the many features of the car is lacking and much better in the Volt. Range extender engine is much quieter in the BMW but has only a 1.9 gallon tank which will get you about 60 miles more if full. Volt holds 8 gallons so gets you the range of a regular car. So the BMW is really a city car with the bonus of if you need to make a ton of trips across town in one day, you can do it. So if you are cool with just a city car you should not have any concerns about the BMW. Larger side mirrors on the volt are better. New volt will have lane departure warning and blind spot monitoring. BMW doesn't have that. Kind of baffling as this is tech that many cheap american cars now have. In particular blind spot monitoring is a very worthwhile feature in my opinion. Oh forgot. Volt radio , even the high end Bose upgrade is not that good. It's OK but The BMW with the upgraded Harmon radio is great in comparison. Big beef. Charging port on the BMW is on the passenger side REAR of the car! So pretty much you need to back in to any parking space or your home if you want to charge. The volt is just in front of the drivers door. Perfect spot. Not sure I understand the logic of the rear charging door. But the BMW has a lighted charging port that changes colors. cool. Also BMW has super fast Tesla like DC charging built in at no extra cost. Now if only you can find a DC charging station. Someday. Some of the interior "eco" materials used on the BMW make it feel weird and cheap. It is recycled material but it looks like crap. I'm sure the germans can figure out a way to make recycled material look nice and have a soft finish which would make the car even quieter. Cost. Volt is 10,000 cheaper for the loaded model. Thats a big difference. The volt in three years has been almost 100% trouble free. A very rare thing for a high tech car. i give GM very high kudos for building such a high quality car that has not needed to be in the shop. Summary? I'm liking the much quieter ride and super power acceleration and better comfort of the Beemer. The unique styling can be a turn off for some but I think it grows on most people. Now lets see if it is as reliable and trouble free as the volt. I hope so. I'll report back after more driving.
Great automobile except for...
I agree with Diane. It is a terrific electric car, with great performance and handling, a beautiful interior, fine ergonomics, and great fun to drive. That said, it is not ready for prime time. BMW USA has so far failed to get serious about the electric market. The super-fast charger receptacle is not compatible with any in my NC and there are only a few in the whole U.S.!! Nissan has 1-2 hour chargers at many (most) dealers. BMW has zilch. Why not? My dealer says too expensive to install. Thus long trips are on gasoline, unless you can find a ChargePoint station and feel like taking a 4-5 nap while charging. Unless BMW gets serious I'll switch brands when the 2-year lease is up.