Used 2008 BMW Values

Select a 2008 BMW model below to get used trade-in values and retail prices

(Model years 2018 - 1952 including exotics and classic cars)
An all-new luxury sports car, the 2008 BMW 1-series is available as a coupe or convertible and has a choice of naturally aspirated or turbocharged engines.
The very definition of the luxury sports car, the 2008 BMW 3-series is available in coupe, sedan, and convertible trims; not to mention the ultimate driving machine, the M3.
With a choice of sedan and wagon bodystyles, as well as different engine options and available AWD, the 2008 BMW 5-series is a versatile luxury car as well as a proven sports car with the M5 trim.
You have to decide between a coupe or a convertible, but either decision leads to 360 hp of driving enjoyment behind the wheel of the 2008 BMW 650, or even more power if you opt for the 500 hp M6 trim.
Whether you pick the "base" 750i or the range-topping Alpina B7 trim, the 2008 BMW 7-series is a true luxury sedan loaded with lots of great standard features.
A sporty crossover, the 2008 BMW X3 behaves like a sports car on the road while offering the increased cargo and utility of a SUV or wagon.
The 2008 BMW X5 is a luxury SUV that offers great engine choices and now features its Panorama glass moonroof as standard equipment.
Do you prefer a turbocharged six-cylinder engine or a turbocharged V8 engine, because those are you two very impressive choices on the all-new 2008 BMW X6 luxury Sports Activity Coupe.
A sports car available in coupe or convertible body styles, the 2008 BMW Z4 is a carryover from the 2007 model.

The 2008 model year presents some significant shifts for BMW's smaller car intentions in the United States. Firstly, BMW welcomes potential first-time premium buyers to the brand in North America with a new entry-level vehicle. The 2008 BMW 1 Series is offered as a compact coupe or convertible. Secondly, BMW's prized 3 Series line receives from massive changes for 2008. A new 300-horsepower 335xi model brings a new level of all-wheel drive performance to the model while the convertible 3 Series is now equipped with a retractable hardtop. For the first time, the BMW M3 is powered by an eight-cylinder engine. The 2008 iteration of the M3 is propelled by a 414-horsepower engine and features other traits such as a carbon fiber roof and cross-drilled brakes. Besides the 1 Series and 3 Series, BMW's 2008 model year line-up is shaken-up by the appearance of the X6 Sport Activity Coupe. The 2008 BMW line-up boasts a mild styling refresh for the 5 Series as well as the 6 Series. A new 535i model features BMW's new twin-turbocharged inline-six engine. 2008 model year BMW X5 add the perk of a panoramic sunroof as standard equipment.