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Old 02-06-2007, 12:42 PM
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E46 M3 - Question

A local dealer near home has a 2004 M3. Now I've been in love with the E46 M3's since they came out.

The dealer is asking $48k for it. I put it in edmunds.com, and it stated it is $40k tops.

The problem is, the car ONLY has 7,000 miles on it.

Should I still walk in expecting $40k or expect them to not drop the price due to the very low mileage?

This is my dream car, and I'd really appreciate your input. Help!
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