I'm looking to purchase a 2006 BMW 325i but it has 180,000mil on the clock. Is that too many miles for purchase????

Asked by Sep 16, 2015 at 05:35 PM about the BMW 3 Series

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sounds like the clock is not telling the time right....anyway ..if its been taken care of ..ok ..you have good ones and bad ones,just like anything else...so that comes to 18 thousand miles a year or 10 thousand for the first year and 170 thousand this year...dont ya see???

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Run a vehicle history report, such as Carfax, on it. See how well it's been maintained and by whom. In my opinion though it's got too many miles on it. HTH. -Jim

20,395

Yeah- walk away- the world is full of cars- find one that makes more sense-

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2006 BMW with that many miles. Buy it and there will be LARGE repair bills in your future.

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