Used 2001 BMW Values

Select a 2001 BMW model below to get used trade-in values and retail prices

(Model years 2018 - 1952 including exotics and classic cars)
A compact entry-level luxury car, the sporty 2001 BMW 3-Series is a versatile car which is available as a coupe, convertible, sedan or wagon.
The 2001 BMW 5-Series is a luxury mid-size car that seats five passengers and is available as a sedan or wagon, both of which are well-equipped and provide a sporty ride.
A powerful full-size luxury sedan, the 2001 BMW 7-Series seats five passengers and is a great blend of upscale on the inside and sporty on the outside.
The 2001 BMW X5 is a luxury mid-size SUV that seats five passengers, is available with a V6 or V8 engine, and comes standard with AWD.
Available as a coupe or convertible, the two-door, two-passenger 2001 BMW Z3 is a premium compact luxury sports car that offers excellent handling and a choice of fun six-cylinder engines.
The 2001 BMW Z8 is an exotic, high-performance two-passenger sports car with a convertible roof, a 394 hp 5.0L V8, and a six-speed manual transmission.

After introducing several new models in recent years, BMW has turned attention to performance and powertrains of their 2001 line-up. The 2001 model year results in an expansion in the capabilities of the BMW 3 Series. An all-new M3 high-performance model is introduced with some serious speed and handling upgrades complementing the 330-horsepower engine. For 2001, the BMW 3 Series joins the all-wheel drive premium vehicle market with two sedan (325xi and 330xi) as well as the 325xi wagon. For 2001, the BMW X5 adds a six-cylinder engine serving as more economical choice. Powered by an all-new 2.5-liter inline-six engine, the 525i sedan and wagon become new addition to the BMW model range for 2001. An in-dash navigation system is optional on the BMW 5 Series. Ahead of a planned 2002 restyle, changes to the 2001 BMW 7 Series is highlighted by an available Adaptive Ride Package featuring electronic controlled shock absorbers.