Used 2015 BMW Values

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(Model years 2018 - 1952 including exotics and classic cars)
Sporty performance meets the signature BMW styling, making the 2 Series a real head-turner in the popular Bavarian Motor Works Fleet of luxury entry-level cars.
Luxurious interior comfort, a superb driving experience and plenty of sporty add-ons put the BMW 3 Series a step ahead of many other luxury sedans.
The BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo was made to dominate the road in serious style and candor, something this roadster manages to pull off rather effortlessly.
The 4 Series by BMW enters the fray to replace the aging 3 Series convertible and coupe with a more innovative and uber-luxurious entry-level sports car that redefines the moniker of this model.
Widely considered to be one of the leading midsize luxury sedans, the BMW 5 Series packs extreme luxury and classiness into a smooth and comfortable ride, delivering a one-of-a-kind driving experience.
The BWM 5 Series Gran Turismo effectively merges a sedan with a wagon and a crossover to offer a new take on a luxury car.
Available as a two-door, four-door or convertible, the 2015 BMW 6 Series presents athletic bodylines coupled in addition to sophisticated luxury character.
The flagship sedan of the BMW brand, the 7 Series line-up in North America is expanded for 2015 with the inclusion of a diesel-engined version.
The BWM i3 brings a luxurious makeover to the classic electric car, with performance enhanced speed and a signature style that will turn heads.
The BMW i8 brings long overdue sportiness, performance and flare to a hybrid coupe.
The BMW M3 has set the standard for sports cars time and time again. Unsurprisingly, it still leads the pack for most popular luxury sports car attainable for a reasonable price.
The M4’s powerful twin-turbo inline six cylinder engine, quad exhaust, beautiful styling and the hum and purr of a 430 horses under the hood merges classiness with the confluence of top-line speeds.
A behemoth of a luxury sedan, it’s one of the faster and nimbler four-door cars in the world, offering unsurpassed quality and interior features that are unmatched by most others.
Available as a coupe, convertible or four-door Gran Coupe, the 560-horsepower 2015 BMW M6 incorporates numerous motorsport-derived touches.
An entry-level compact luxury crossover, the 2015 BMW X1 features two powerful turbocharged engines as well as a rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive model.
Receiving an exterior refresh and a diesel engine option for 2015, the expanded BMW X3 sport luxury crossover line comfortably seats five passengers.
The X4 by BMW is a sedan-like car with a crossover feel that’s perfectly molded into an edgy, low-roofed hatchback with plenty of juice under the hood and attractive interior amenities.
A luxuriously inviting and spacious cabin is married toan elegantly designed and provocative exterior, combined with nimble handling and ample performance, signature to the BMW nameplate.
The high-octane BWM X5 M takes the X5 and supercharges it with seating for five, ample interior room and all the cushy options you’dexpect.
The coupe-like BMW X6 is a midsized crossover SUV that comes with all the creature comforts, style and smooth drive that’s made this carmaker one of the most respected luxury brands.
The BMW X6 M brings serious performance to the X6 midsized crossover SUV, with plenty of customizable options so you can make it yours.
The two-seat, rear-wheel drive 2015 BMW Z4 roadster remains the purist way of experiencing German automotive engineering and performance.

BMW was very busy in 2015, adding three new models to the lineup. These included the brand new M4 coupe, the all-new Alpina B6 Gran Coupe and the X4 compact crossover SUV. Meanwhile, the X3 got a new engine with rear-wheel-drive, the X6 was completely redesigned with all-new tech features, and Bluetooth was added as standard feature to the 3, 4 and 5 Series (which also got LED head foglamps). The 6 Series got the desirable touchpad iDrive controller as a standard feature, while the 7 Series added a diesel 740Ld xDrive with better fuel economy. Lastly, the Alpina B7 was outfitted with LED headlamps and rolling Wi-Fi, while remote entry/start was added to the M5 as a standard feature.