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Old 11-12-2012, 10:11 AM
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Originally Posted by mrsanchez3 View Post
I actually think one should be wary of getting an X3 with more than 50k on it. Up to that point even if the maintenance has been spotty you can give it a good service and be pretty much okay. But, if it has maybe 70-100k and no fluid changes then you might be in the range of major trouble around the corner.
That is really true advise for any BMW. These are maintenance hungry beasts and after about 100k I would only buy one from an owner who could tell me the life story past 50k.

And this coming from a owner with a 100k miles. Oh well who care about resale. Lol.
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