BMW 535i

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Asked by Aug 07, 2011 at 05:15 PM about the BMW 5 Series

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I am planning to buy BMW 535i not paying more than $40K with less than 30,000 miles.
Which was the best year: 2008, 2009, 2010? Why? I want the twinturbo.

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For the price you want to stay under, you will be looking at 2008-2009. For the mileage, your looking at 2010 maybe get lucky with a 2009. I personally have a 2008 and it is a great car with a wonderful feel for the road. Unfortunately I have to get rid of mine. I was lucky enough to find a rare color combo when I got mine. Good luck with your search

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Thanks for your respond Styling of this new 535i, 2010 and 2011 compared with older one 2008 and 2009. The new one could be mistaken rather easily with a 7series, but it doesn't have the same character as the previous 535i (2008 and 2009) had. The visual drama is not so present. I liked the old one's convex & concave contrasts, while this new one really has nothing special about its looks. What do you think?

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I went to the dealership. 2011 BMW 535i looks much luxurious and classy than 2008-2010.

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