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Subject: 2011 135i advice
As the title says, I am looking for expert opinions. Never owned a BMW so this would be my first. Did a bunch of research and found that the N55 engine should be super reliable with some issues here and there such as leaking gaskets and water pump issues down the line. Hopefully it wont have turbo problems like the N54, but wanted to see if you notice any red flags just from the ad. I'll try to haggle it down to $11.5k if it's a good deal. Any advice and insight is greatly appreciated.
Subject: Wannabe Wednesday: What BMW do I get? Is this a good deal? What should I watch out for? | A weekly BMW buying megathread
What BMW should you get? Not sure if it's a good deal? Unsure what are some common issues with that generation/model year car? Ask here! Any posts related to buying a used or new BMW belongs and is welcome here.
Please try to include any pertinent information such as links to the sales listing, photos of the car, location, etc. We are not crystal ball reading genies, the more information, the better!
Helpers: Please try to substantiate your claims. Rather than just simply "no, not a good deal", try to provide some context into why, as your reasoning might not be relevant to the asker. e.g. "This is a bad deal as this car is known to have issues at 60k miles, and it's already at 59k." would be helpful, but obviously not required.
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