Actually this one is more practical than any Sunday Drive so it probably doesn't qualify. My question is, where is the catch?

TL;DR: E90 328xi for sell for less than 26k, yet only have less than 5k on the meter.

http://www.carmax.com/enus/view-car/…

I have an alert search setup for last year (2011) E90 as I am looking for a new ride. CPO locally are more expensive than CarMax. I basically want 4k for tax buffer and possibly MaxCare so that my used car risk can be mitigated some. My previous e46 coupe had a tombstone epitaphs as "great car I love to fix", while all said and done the depreciation was less than 3k for 3 years, I spend more than 6k on shop visit and DIY repair.

N52B30 engine on this 2011 isn't as prone to HPFP failure as the earlier model year, and you get the naturally aspirated straight six if you are a fan like me. While some BMW enthusiast critics about current electronic assist numb handling, you can enjoy the last hydraulic application on 3 series unless you like current X1.

So why am I asking if there is a catch on this seemly reasonable price used BMW? It only has 5k miles on it, while this is good for low mileage, it's almost too low that it rings bell.

Any takers?