This 2011 BMW 1M shows 29k miles and was acquired by the seller three and a half years ago. Finished in Alpine white over a black leather interior with contrasting orange stitching, this example is one of 983 cars produced for the North American market. The twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six sends power to the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential. An August 2017 service including replacing the serpentine belt, and the seller states that modifications include a pair of matte black kidney grilles and powered coated factory wheels. This 1M is now being offered with records from new, the factory front grilles, and a clean Utah title in the seller’s name.
The 1M features a number of cosmetic alterations compared to the standard 1-Series, including larger fender flares, more aggressive front/rear bumpers, and quad exhaust tips. Scratches on both front/rear bumpers are noted by the seller and have been touched-up by a BMW dealership.
The 19″ Style 359 alloy wheels were powder coated a darker grey by the seller and wear Michelin Pilot tires measuring 245/35 up front and 265/35 out back. The kidney grilles have been replaced with matte black aftermarket units, though the originals will be included in the sale.
The interior is finished in black leather with contrasting orange stitching. Alcantara trim is used on the shift boot, door panels, dashboard, and above the instrument cluster. The seller has added approximately 9,000 miles during his three years of ownership, and the odometer currently shows 29,267 miles.
The twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter N54 inline-six was factory rated at 335 horsepower and up to 369 lb-ft of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox and a limited-slip differential shared with the E90 M3. Service records from the original owner are included, and the seller had the serpentine belt and oil changed in August 2017.
No accidents are shown on the included Carfax, though other damage is reported. According to the seller, the front end was damaged in a parking lot by a reversing car and the front bumper was replaced as a result. The report also shows regular mileage updates along with history in Texas, California, and Utah.