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If so, I’ve found one. That’s right in the seven years this car has been around, it has covered 190k miles. I thought it was a typo until I saw the odometer.

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That comes out to right around 27k miles per year, which is a lot. I put that many on my 328i the first year I had it, but, since then, I have decreased the amount I drive. I got an E92 because I thought it’d be better at racking up those kind of miles, apparently you can also drive an F30 that much too.

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Despite the mileage, the car appears to be in fantastic shape. Doesn’t look like there are that many stone chips in the front bumper.

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The engine bay looks really clean too, but that could because the dealer cleaned.

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The front seat looks like it might have done 19k miles, not 190k miles.

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If there are some maintenance records to accompany this 328i, it could be a great deal at only $8K.

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So anyone need a high mileage F30 in their lives? 

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