This 2011 BMW 1M shows just 12k miles and is one of 740 examples imported to the US. Originally sold in Washington state, the seller is the third owner and has added 400 miles since acquiring the car last year. It was recently serviced with all new fluids and remains under a BMW Platinum Mechanical Repair extended warranty through July 2018 or 70k miles. The twin-turbocharged 3.0L inline-six has been modified with a Forge Motorsports intercooler, Burger Motorsports oil catch can, and an aluminum intake charge pipe. The 1M features a 6-speed manual transmission only and shared the brakes, limited-slip differential, and more with the contemporary M3. This 1M is now offered with service records, the owner’s manual and booklets, two keys, OE sunshade, a clean Carfax, and a clear Oregon title in the seller’s name.
The 1M received a number of cosmetic revisions compared to the standard 1-Series, including fender flares and altered front/rear valences. The Valencia Orange finish was a $550 option, and all panels and paint are said to be original on this example. Aftermarket LED Angel Eye headlights were installed, though the originals are included.
The brakes, steering, and suspension were shared with the contemporary M3. The factory 19″ Style 359 alloy wheels wear new Pirelli P Zero tires sized 245/35 front and 265/35 rear.
The interior is trimmed in Black Boston leather with orange stitching and Alcantara accents on the doors, dash, shift boot, and instrument hood. The powered front seats are heated and feature lumbar support.
Equipment includes both the Convenience and Premium Packages, in addition to Harmon Kardon sound with satellite radio. All interior items are said to function as they should, and the digital odometer shows 12k miles.
The twin-turbocharged 3.0L N54 inline-six has been modified with a Forge Motorsports intercooler, Burger Motorsports oil catch can, and an aluminum intake charge pipe. All of the original removed parts are included. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual transmission and a factory limited-slip differential. The car was recently serviced with an oil change, coolant flush, and transmission and differential fluids.
The window sticker can be seen above, detailing the options and showing an MSRP of $54,335. A transferrable BMW Platinum Mechanical Repair extended warranty is in effect through July 2018 or 70k miles.
The Carfax shows 11 service records and history in Washington and Oregon. No accidents or thefts are indicated, and there is an outstanding recall for a front airbag replacement. Videos showing a cold-start video and the car being pulled into the garage are shown below