The BMW 3-series is the entry-level luxury sedan from the German marque in India. The stylish sedan costs well above Rs. 40 lakhs in the market and the range goes above Rs. 50 lakhs for the top-end variant. The 3-series is also a fairly popular car in the used car market because of several reasons, a few of them being the availability of the model in India since more than a decade which means a lot of old 3-Series end up in the used car market. Also, since it’s the most affordable way of owning a BMW sedan in India, the 3-series finds quite a lot of takers too in the used car market. For the same, here is a BMW 3-Series sedan that can be had yours for less than the price of the top-end Maruti Suzuki Swift hatchback.
The silver BMW 3-Series you see above is a 2010 model and 320d Corporate variant. Registered in Delhi, the asking price of this car is Rs. 6.39 lakhs, which makes it a decent deal to take a look at. To let you know, the top-end variant of the Maruti Suzuki Swift has an ex-showroom price in Delhi of Rs. 8.89 lakhs, which makes this bimmer here a much more inexpensive deal.
As for the odometer value, this car has covered a distance of around 75,000 km according to its seller. Powering this 320D is a 2 litre, four-cylinder diesel engine. This engine churned out around 156 Bhp of power and comes mated to a manual transmission. According to its seller, the car is fully insured and full-service history of the car is also available on demand.
Being a BMW, it gets features like electric sunroof, automatically adjustable seats, push-button start-stop, large infotainment system among others. The beige and black interior themes look quite premium and the black plastic strip across the dashboard adds a sporty element to it. Like its exteriors, the interiors of this BMW 3-Series 320d also have been nicely kept. It rides on stylish multispoke rims and going by the images, the car seems to have aged well.
However, do know that the maintenance and spare part costs of this car will be a few notches higher than that of a Maruti Suzuki Swift. Therefore, only go for the deal if you are ready to spend a decent sum on the maintenance and running of this car. Also, being a diesel car that’s nealy 10 years old, one might not be able to drive in the cities where diesel cars over 10 years of age are not allowed. All in all, it is a decent deal to consider.