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    Can I afford a BMW or am I dreaming?

    I'm looking to buy a BMW for around 10,000, I'm looking for a well maintained 2001-03 model with no more then 180k km driven. everyone I know has told me that they are good cars but cost so much, I've been riding the BMW wave a while now and I love them and want one for my first car, but I'm scared I won't be able to afford it.
    I live in Australia, male, 19yrs of age (I'm not a racer or hoon), I get around 0per week and work everyday, I'm a good driver and would look after the car very well, I don't spend money on anything else other then what I need.

    In terms of maintenance and insurance can I afford it? Or should I leave my goal for a Holden or something?

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    Hi yes you could afford to own one but can you afford to run one as labour charges when they need attention is the real issue a series 7 has more computers that a 747 jumbo jet and diagnostics and parts are very expensive.

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    yes you can! i sell cars and right know i have 2 bmw's on sell one is a 2001 325i with 101,xxx miles and the other one is a 2005 330i with 89,xxx miles..... the 325i is for 5,000$Dlls and the 330i is for 7,000$Dlls but the problem is that m from USA, Laredo, Texas! :/

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    You can


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