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- can buy new one cheaper?? perhaps. Some Qs (archive)

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Posted by Dan on October 23, 2000 at 17:21:48:

In Reply to: ~~~FS: 2000 Z3 2.3~~~ posted by Don on October 23, 2000 at 17:10:22:

It looks like a nice car and I'd be interested if the price was more competitive.

On the lot yesterday at Camelback BMW in Phoenix -- a NEW 2000 Z3 2.3 for $31,500 -- I think they still have two 2000 models left. Camelback is a no negotiation dealer -- the salespeople receive no commission, only a fixed delivery bonus that does not vary with the price of the car.

Yesterday I missed a 1999 z3 2.3 decked out pretty much like yours, with 1600 miles on it --asking price was $28,800 -- it had a/c, ps, pw, cc, CD, 5pd, leather, inteior wood/chrome, boston green.

Please don't take this message as flaming, I'm looking for a Z3 (either a 1998 or 99 2.8, or a 1999 or 2000 2.3 -- and I'm trying to come up with a reasonable offering price for these cars.

Kelly and NADA are fairly close with their numbers, but Edmunds #s are usually quite a bit lower than Kelly and NADA. Does anybody know why?



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