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Old 11-09-2012, 01:00 PM
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Mein Auto: 2012 550i
2010 535i vs 2011 535i vs 2011 550i

Hello,

I am in search of the best road car for the value and driving experience. I have found a very nice 2010 535i MSport (loaded), a nice 2011 535i, and 2011 550i both sport packages (not MSport), all around 40,000 miles and CPO. There is a $6k difference between the 2010 and 2011 535's, and a $9K difference between the 2010 535 and 2011 550.

I drive mainly highway miles and would expect to keep the car for a few years.

Thoughts?

Thanks for your support and input.
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