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      08-14-2017, 10:24 PM   #1
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How big a change from 2009 335i CP to 2018 440i

How much has changed since I bought my 2009 BMW 335i Coupe M-Sport? I am considering selling and ordering a 2018 440i Coupe M sport with every option. Curious other than the new options and new car smell I would appreciate. I am probably silly since what I have still looks new but I have the itch. I haven't got to the test drive phase yet.

Iíve worked from home the past few years and rarely drive but still get a kick out of driving the 335i when I do. The car just passed 50,000 miles this month. I would need to get a premium price if I do sell but some lucky buyer would get a great car.

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I went from an E92 335i to an F30 340i. I put up a review here which might give you some insight into what's changed: 2011 E92 335i M Sport to 2017 F30 340i M Sport Review

But I think you need to test drive. Give your dealership a call.

As far as getting a premium price for your car, good luck, it's a buyer's market. I was personally fine accepting a little less for my car trading it through my dealer since I didn't have to deal with the hassle of selling it myself. Look up the Kelly Blue Book value for your car ...that's as much as you can expect. They will give you private party vs. dealer trade pricing.

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I went from an E92 335i to an F30 340i. I put up a review here which might give you some insight into what's changed: 2011 E92 335i M Sport to 2017 F30 340i M Sport Review

But I think you need to test drive. Give your dealership a call.

As far as getting a premium price for your car, good luck, it's a buyer's market. I was personally fine accepting a little less for my car trading it through my dealer since I didn't have to deal with the hassle of selling it myself. Look up the Kelly Blue Book value for your car ...that's as much as you can expect. They will give you private party vs. dealer trade pricing.

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