2012 BMW 328i xDrive Touring 6-speed manual

If there’s one type of car that has a rabid following amongst enthusiasts it is wagons with a manual gearbox. The number of new cars available in this form is few. Good used examples are fast disappearing, with the folks who own and love them hanging on to them like the coin of the realm. The 2007 BMW 328xi Touring we featured early this month sold in short order to another enthusiast who contacted us directly seeking more information. Hopefully, we’ll soon have a recap of that story. In the meantime, if you missed the 2007 E91 Touring, here’s one of the last E91 Tourings for sale in Massachusetts sent to us by our reader Adam, painted in a lesser seen shade of Vermilion Red.

CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2012 BMW 328 xDrive Touring 6-speed manual at Topsfield Motor Company

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Year: 2012
Model: 328i xDrive Touring
Engine: 3.0 liter inline-6
Transmission: 6-speed manual
Mileage: 60,275 mi
Price: $30,000

One Owner 2012 328 xDrive Sports Wagon. 6-speed manual transmission with Sport Pkg. Convenience Pkg, Premium Pkg, Value Pkg and more! This hard to find wagon comes with a great color combination and package list: Sport seating, Shadowline trim, Harmon Kardon surround sound, Satellite radio and more. Fully serviced and up to date on all maintenance, this ultra rare wagon is sure to impress. Please call for appointment 978-887-0770

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I like this E91 Touring. A lot. One of the main reasons is that it is sans iDrive. While the system has gotten better over the years with software upgrades and improved voice commands, I would rather just do without it. The price might seem high, but realistically it’s not far off from what these 5-door 3 series are fetching stateside. Many are hovering in the mid to high $20,000 range. We featured a 2011 328i Touring that had under 50,000 miles back in February that was advertised at just under $33,000. That example wasn’t all-wheel drive, but for some, rear-drive might be preferred when it comes to a car like this. I have a feeling these Tourings will continue to be a cult car for many years to come.

-Paul

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2 Comments

  1. I get it….but way too much for this car

  2. $30k for a 60k mile, 2-year old 3-series is a bit outlandish. Plus, the carfax says it was a company car. I wouldn’t spend more than $20k on it.

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