Should i buy it? 2002 bmw 330i

Car_buyer
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Asked by Car_buyer Oct 13, 2013 at 05:36 PM about the 2002 BMW 3 Series 330i

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I saw an ad and conacted a person selling a 2002 bmw 330i with 150k.
He was originally selling for 5k then lowered to 3k b/c of the problems.
He changed the timing belt and water pump and steering pump and etc.

The only problem is that the heater needs to be fixed and the brakes need to be
replaced.
What will that cost?

Is the car worth buying?

The ad link:http://worcester.craigslist.org/cto/4125952660.html

3 Answers

Hipopotomusus
5

BMW's are expensive to fix.

cjmason
50

I wouldn't. BMWs are so expensive on fixing and everything else.

Tom Demyan
122,875

The brakes, if you do them yourself, both front and rear would run you $400. The heater would be more depending on what part or parts are defective. Say $600 ballpark since someone else will be doing the work. As other have said, make sure you have deep pockets. Here is a link with all the info you need before buying an E46. http://www.bimmerfest.com/wiki/index.php?title=BMW_E46

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