Used Car of the Day: 2013 BMW 335i M-Sport Sedan

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey

used car of the day 2013 bmw 335i m sport sedan

Today we feature a Bimmer of recent vintage that appears to be in good shape. It also warms our enthusiast hearts that this 2013 BMW 335i M-Sport has a six-speed manual transmission.

This Virginia-based, Alpine White 3-Series has apparently never had any serious damage and it's all stock. The only flaws here, cosmetically speaking, are some minor chips -- the kind we all encounter on the regular.

The seller took European delivery, leased it, and bought it off lease. Winter tires are included. The car has the Cold Weather Package, the M-Sport Package, navigation, and rearview and top-view cameras.

There are 75,000 miles on the clock and the seller asks $18,500.

Click here to take a look.

[Images: Seller]

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  • Thehyundaigarage Yes, Canadian market vehicles have had immobilizers mandated by transport Canada since around 2001.In the US market, some key start Toyotas and Nissans still don’t have immobilizers. The US doesn’t mandate immobilizers or daytime running lights, but they mandate TPMS, yet canada mandates both, but couldn’t care less about TPMS. You’d think we’d have universal standards in North America.
  • Alan I think this vehicle is aimed more at the dedicated offroad traveller. It costs around the same a 300 Series, so its quite an investment. It would be a waste to own as a daily driver, unless you want to be seen in a 'wank' vehicle like many Wrangler and Can Hardly Davidson types.The diesel would be the choice for off roading as its quite torquey down low and would return far superior mileage than a petrol vehicle.I would think this is more reliable than the Land Rovers, BMW make good engines.
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