2000 BMW 323ci Cabriolet convertible, only 25,000 kilometres...how much is it worth?
The car is actually a 2000 BMW 323ci convertible. It is silver colour and is in excellent condition and has been garage stored. The only problem is the convertible top doesn't open, the problem is probably electric, and I guess it would cost a couple thousand to fix. How much could I sell the car for? What do you think would be the trade in value of the car?
3 words kelly blue book
kbb, nada, edmonds tmv.
Well I now own this car. It was not 25,000 miles but 25,000 km. that's about 15000 miles. The top did work, only needing the handle in the trunk to be put in the correct position. It had 10 year old tires and every rim was curbed. New tires, repaired rims and a professional detail and it was a 10 again. I payed the moon, $17,500. It was worth and still is every penny. Great car. I have replaced a sensor for the power top, and one for the trunk, as well as an O2 sensor. Changed the synthetic oil 2 times a year. I now have 38,500 km around 23000 miles and won't complain a bit. I like the car. It lacks in power compared to new cars today, but the styling is still fresh and the convertible top is way better than a new Mustang or Camaro.
You can't pay "Blue Book" for a unique car with service history, one owner and no accidents. If that is your thing, buy a high miler, that's had three owners.
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