Used 2004 BMW Values

Select a 2004 BMW model below to get used trade-in values and retail prices

(Model years 2018 - 1952 including exotics and classic cars)
An entry-level luxury compact sports car, the 2004 BMW 3-Series is available as a coupe, convertible, sedan or wagon with a range in power from 184 hp up to the 333 hp M3.
Totally redesigned for the new year, the 2004 BMW 5-Series is a mid-size luxury sports sedan available in three trims and with a choice between two transmissions.
Reviving the 6-Series style, is the all-new 2004 BMW 6-Series a luxury two-door sports car available as a coupe or convertible.
The 2004 BMW 7-Series is a full-size luxury sedan that seats five passengers and is available with a choice between two sporty engines and two wheelbase lengths.
The 2004 BMW X3-Series is a totally new compact luxury crossover SUV with seating for up to five passengers and it is offered in two trims both of which come standard with AWD.
Redesigned for the new year, the 2004 BMW X5-Series is a mid-size luxury sports SUV that seats up to five passengers, comes standard with AWD, and is available with a choice between three engines.
The 2004 BMW Z4 is a two-door luxury compact sports car with a convertible soft top and seating for two passengers.

2004 model year updates to the BMW luxury vehicle range are led by a new 5 Series sedan. Resembling the 7 Series in exterior style, the new sedan is offered in 525i, 530i and 545i versions. Improved safety and BMW's iDrive controller is found inside all 2004 BMW 5 Series models. BMW also introduces new all-new models for 2004 filling the premium two-door and crossover segment. Based on the platform used by the 5 Series, the two-door 6 Series now offers BMW enthusiasts a chance to upgrade beyond the 3 Series coupe. Diversifying their crossover line, BMW has added an X3 to complement the existing X5. A smaller xDrive-equipped crossover vehicle, the 2004 BMW X3 are lower-priced but well-equipped. The new addition to the BMW crossover line-up is joined by a redesigned X5 in 2004. A new design for the 2004 BMW X5 is accompanied by a more potent 4.8-liter V-8.