If a dealer has this car listed at $9000 even though it has 191,788 miles, how do I get them to lower the price to a much more reasonable amount like $5500 or $6000?

Asked by Feb 02, 2015 at 05:36 PM about the 1997 BMW M3 Sedan

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get a blue book price from kbb.com and base the value of your offer on that.

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