My beloved 1995 E36 318i "Don" is on his last legs, so I have returned to the CCA after a few years of hiatus (Don was fairly trouble free until recently, and I did have this wife and young daughter to take care of...) to prepare to part ways with him, and get advice on a new(er) E90. I'm ready for something still under warranty, and fairly new, although I don't need to pay for, nor do I particularly like the F's. Hence, after wandering around the local "expensive" dealer (Herb Chambers/Boston), I've narrowed my likely choice down to a lower milage 2011 E90 328i xDrive, with at least Premium, Value, and Xenons. I do *not* particularly want iDrive/Navigation: it's too many things to go wrong, and in the family we already have both an iPhone and an Android and a GPS, all of which we're perfectly happy providing maps on the few occasions we need them. What else should I do buying a used E90? While my uber-car friend scoffs at me even considering a CPO, I really hate having to worry about service, so I'm thinking I'm happy to pay a little extra (including extended warranty) for the peace of mind - even if I never actually get all my money's worth. The combination with Xenons (which seem so much brighter) but no nav is pretty hard to find so far, so another idea is to buy down south and simply fly to pick it up. But what else do I need to know before I actually consider signing papers and writing the big check? I need advice, since I haven't bought a new car for... oh, 15 years. Look soon for my posting for my beloved E36. The rust monster is finally chomping away at the rocker panels, as it so often does here in Boston, and I don't have the patience or time to do the proper repairs myself anymore - no matter how much I love the drive when I'm on my own, family requires more time than I have right now. Thanks all!