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Price
$2,000 — $200,000
Condition
Used
VIN
WA1ANAFY9K2097130
Mileage
75,878 mi
Fuel type
Gasoline
Engine
2.0L 4Cyl
Condition
Used
VIN
5YJ3E1EC9NF117415
Mileage
40,869 mi
Fuel type
Electric
Condition
Used
VIN
JF1ZNAA10E9709204
Mileage
85,112 mi
Fuel type
Gasoline
Engine
2.0L 4Cyl
Regular price $20,995
Sale price $18,995
Condition
Used
VIN
JA4ASVAAXNZ013838
Mileage
59,968 mi
Fuel type
Gasoline
Engine
1.5L 4Cyl
Regular price $22,995
Sale price $19,995
Condition
Used
VIN
KM8SR4HF0JU292723
Mileage
70,473 mi
Fuel type
Gasoline
Engine
3.3L 6Cyl
Condition
Used
VIN
19UUB2F66KA008198
Mileage
61,351 mi
Fuel type
Gasoline
Engine
3.5L Cyl6
Condition
Used
VIN
5XXG34J27MG004161
Mileage
92,101 mi
Fuel type
Gasoline
Engine
1.6L 4Cyl
Condition
Used
VIN
5NPEJ4J22MH120658
Mileage
52,683 mi
Fuel type
Gasoline
Engine
1.6L 4Cyl
Condition
Used
VIN
1C4RJFAG7KC835064
Mileage
71,006 mi
Fuel type
Gasoline
Engine
3.6L V6
Condition
Used
VIN
2C3CDZFJ6KH549615
Mileage
76868 mi
Fuel type
Gasoline
Engine
6.4L V8

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Otto Flugmaschinenfabrik was founded in 1910 by Gustav Otto in Bavaria. The firm was reorganized on 7 March 1916 into Bayerische Flugzeugwerke AG. This company was then renamed to Bayerische Motoren Werke (BMW) in 1922. However, the name BMW dates back to 1913, when the original company to use the name was founded by Karl Rapp (initially as Rapp Motorenwerke GmbH). The name and Rapp Motorenwerke’s engine-production assets were transferred to Bayerische Flugzeugwerke in 1922, who adopted the name the same year.[5] BMW’s first product was a straight-six aircraft engine called the BMW IIIa, designed in the spring of 1917 by engineer Max Friz. Following the end of World War I, BMW remained in business by producing motorcycle engines, farm equipment, household items and railway brakes. The company produced its first motorcycle, the BMW R 32 in 1923.

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