07 525i

Asked by Feb 01, 2016 at 02:52 AM about the 2007 BMW 5 Series 525i

Question type: General

I'm wanting to buy a 07 Bmw 525i 5-Series with 120,000
miles & wanted to know if BMW last long? I know parts &
labor are pretty expensive but if I keep it maintained well it
be worth buying? "Note that they giving me 3 month
warranty" all I've owned were Cadillac & all of them started
having problems around 140,000 miles so don't know much
about BMW so if you can give me y'all input if its worth it or  
not. I'd greatly appreciate all input, thanks.

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247,455

The engines will last to 200-300K if you take car of the rest of the car. Yes costs are more, but it's more fun to drive. BMW is like any other car, made of metal, plastic and rubber, and things go wrong. Try to find an independent BMW mechanic in your area to keep cost down instead of going to the dealer.

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22,745

no- the BMW could cost you a lot- who had it? how did they drive it? Maybe they just thrashed it and traded it? spend the considerable money you will pay for that thing on a '15 Kia Optima

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