BMW 3 Series Coupe Garners Best Retained Value Accolade

As far as entry-level luxury cars go, the BMW 3 Series is a juggernaut. The recipient of numerous awards, it has been a long-time favorite of fans of the Bavarian automaker. But did you know the 3 Series Coupe is one of the best vehicles for residual value?

You got it, folks. We heard recently that renowned automotive source Edmunds.com honored the car with their Best Retained Value award in the $35,000 to $45,000 coupe price range. This accolade is determined by evaluating the highest projected residual value after five years of driving and calculated by sales-weighted average MSRP and year-over-year costs of ownership.

For drivers like you, this means that not only is the 3 Series Coupe an accessible choice for drivers seeking to buy a new BMW car, it still retains much of its value when you trade it in for a newer model years on down the road.

In addition to the accolade, the editors at Edmunds.com noted that "[r]egardless of body style, the 2013 BMW 3 Series is an impressively well-rounded and highly desirable entry-level luxury car."1

Obviously, we couldn't agree more. The 3 Series Coup comes in several distinct trims, such as the i328, i328 xDrive, 335i, 335is, and the 335i xDrive, with something available for everyone in each.

Is the 3 Series Coupe the right Coupe for you? We'll help you find out. Head down to BMW of Idaho Falls, located in Idaho Falls, ID and set up a test drive today!

Source: 1 http://www.bmwusanews.com/newsrelease.do?&id=1720&mid=

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