Subject: Abandoned BMW M6
Subject: I think they will take Apple Pay instead
Subject: Picked up a new-to-me F32 440i! Coming from an E46, the 6MT + B58 is everything I've ever wanted from a modern BMW.
Subject: Sunday Funday
Subject: Pure joy
Subject: BMW 507 grade
Subject: has 360 surround view parking assist feature removed from 2023 bmw 330i models?
Subject: You come out to find this in your car? What are you doing?
Subject: M- too small? Dealership said this is all they have available for the 2019. Nothing else matches the size. Is that true?
Subject: Hi, does anyone know or have a tutorial to install the air inlet grill on the front bumper. Mine seems to be loose. Removed it and saw the grille itself is not broken at all. But can't seem to clip it in properly so it stays tight like the one on the other side of the car.
Subject: E46 coupé 320 blue bullet! old school
Subject: This isn’t the official pickup they made, is it? Not an M model
Subject: After a 6 month wait, I finally got my i4. Puppy approved!
Subject: How to price 2014 BMW X3 3.5i with major issues
I am the sad owner of a 2014 BMW X3 3.5i with 69k miles. I am sad because I leant this beautiful machine to my ex-wife who did not care for the vehicle. I should refrain from sharing how I really feel as per my cardiologist and therapist. The car is in need of major repairs and I don’t have the time or the desire to deal with it. I would prefer to just sell it for as much as I can get and save myself the headache. I am not looking to screw the buyer and I am being as transparent as possible. My request of the sub is how can I price this fairly?
2014 BMW X3 3.5i 69k miles Blue exterior Beige leather interior - Interior is well cared for
What it needs: Engine rebuild - Car now has an oil leak and the engine has a serious knock. Runs great and no noticeable loss of power, but knocks for the first few seconds when starting the engine after it sat for an hour. Knock is also noticeable at high rpms (> 3k).
Brakes - I am assuming it needs a complete rebuild on all 4 wheels. The brakes just don’t work. She described it as it went from a squeak, to a grinding, to a horrible mental grinding sound. From the looks of it the pads were worn down and she just keep going and going like the Energizer bunny from hell.
Front hood - dented and scratched by the BMW emblem
Rear tailgate - backed into something, It needs a new gate, but the passenger light on the tailgate can be reused. The drivers can not.
In doing my research, it looks like a price range of $28k - $30k would be fair. I am at a complete loss for how to price it with the damage. I am unsure where I would even list this. Craigslist?
I need to part ways with it, but want to try to recoup something from it.
Can anyone offer any advice?
Subject: What's the consensus when people park like this?
Subject: Absolutely blessed to have been witness to this BMW concept car. Never knew the ///M division tricked out a 2litre Diesel. Crazy times!
Subject: Is the e46 old enough to be an “elder”?
submitted by /u/Magnus_The_Totem_Cat
Saw this on a sweet e46 M3 convertible today and I am not sure I agree. This could be an ‘06 and I don’t see how a 16 year old car can be considered an elder. Personally I think the whole run needs to be 25 years or older. Im curious where others might draw the line.
Subject: New to me 2019 M240i RWD cabby. I'm fully back into the BMW hype train. Puppy approved
submitted by /u/oyedamamangan
Bought this car (11k miles, CPO) 2 weeks ago, coming from a 21 Mustang GT. I got lots of hate in this sub initially when I asked about the purchase but man I am in love with this car. Top down driving just brings a different kind of joy to everyday driving. And can I say the B58 with the ZF8HP is just MINT!
Subject: My 2012 E92 BMW 335is mineral metallic white on peanut butter DCT 1 of 14 in the world
submitted by /u/Bubbly-Cut8566
Just recently bought this beauty. Lowered on ST coils. Stock exhaust already burbles, will probably get catless downpipes. Roof and mirrors wrapped black. Carbon fibre front and rear lip. Lots of M3 cosmetic parts and M badges inside door jams, on steering wheel, etc are beautiful. Next up: gun metal rims (previous owner kept those) and possibly swap to blue calipers. Any other upgrade suggestions? And yes, I already have a new carbon fibre front lip as this one is cracked.
Subject: Just some E36 love