Used 2003 BMW Values

Select a 2003 BMW model below to get used trade-in values and retail prices

(Model years 2018 - 1952 including exotics and classic cars)
A premium sports car, the 2003 BMW 3-Series is available in a range of body styles, a convertible, coupe, sedan and a wagon are all available with the same sporty driving style.
The 2003 BMW 5-Series is a mid-size luxury sports car available as a sedan or a wagon which ranges from a 184 hp version up to the powerful 5.0L V8 M5 variant.
A full-size luxury sedan, the five-passenger 2003 BMW 7-Series is offered in a standard wheelbase or a long wheelbase for increased rear seat comfort.
The 2003 BMW X5-Series is a mid-size five-passenger SUV available with a range of engine choices and a long list of standard features.
A compact two-door convertible sports car, the 2003 BMW Z4 takes this luxury sports car maker back to the basics of a ride that cares most about the driving experience.
The 2003 BMW Z8 is an exotic, two-door, two-passenger sports car available with 375 hp or 394 hp depending on which of the two trims you opt for.

Bidding goodbye to the Z3 after 2002, BMW enters 2003 with an all-new exciting roadster called the Z4. Retaining a two-passenger cabin and rear-wheel drive performance like the Z3, the 2003 BMW Z4 is a modernized and refined follow-up to the previous roadster. After creating a low of waves as the new image of BMW's brand of luxury heading forward, the 7 Series sedan is expanded for 2003. A long wheelbase BMW 745Li is now offered while a 760Li serves as the new top-trimmed version powered by a 6.0-liter V-12 engine. Active cruise control is a new option on the 2003 7 Series and iDrive is standard on all trims of the flagship sedan. Nearing the end of its planned production run, the BMW Z8 is accompanied by the Alpina V8 Roadster for 2003. With a new 5 Series planned for the 2004 model year, the 2003 iteration of the mid-level BMW vehicle includes a standard sunroof on entry-level versions.