Used Car of the Day: 2015 BMW M4 Coupe
Today's used car of the day is a six-speed manual BMW that comes at a dear price.
Forty-five large gets you into this 2015 BMW M4 coupe -- if you want it in stock form. If you want it as-is, the seller wants $50K. Although the car isn't exactly stock, the modifications aren't mechanical -- they are in terms of audio and cosmetic additions.
The seller says the car has never been tracked and has only suffered a small amount of cosmetic damage that has been repaired.
There's a long list of M bits, and the mileage is around 38K.
Take a look here if this sort of thing interests you.
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