At Future Auto Sales (FAS), we pride ourselves on getting our customers into the cars they want at the prices they want. It’s a commitment that makes us an especially smart choice when you’re shopping for pre-owned BMWs in Glendale, CA. After all, you deserve special treatment when you’re buying a special car like a BMW, and that’s exactly what you’ll get from FAS. In fact, you’ll enjoy smart pricing, excellent customer service, and easy access to financing — through a 100% secure application — whether you prefer to shop online or visit us in person.


“Powerful,” “prestigious,” and “exclusive” are only a few of the words people typically use when talking about BMWs. When you focus on pre- owned models, you can add “more affordable” into the mix. This is because even high-end cars like the ones from BMW can lose a lot of their value over the years to depreciation. When that happens, the prices for these vehicles can fall significantly even when they’re still in top-notch condition. You’ll reap the benefits when you go to purchase used BMWs instead of new ones, and the savings continue when you go to insure your car, too. Of course, saving money on used cars for sale in Glendale, CA, is only the beginning of the benefits for FAS customers. You also get a free Carfax Used Vehicle History Report with key details about previous owners, past service records, and more. You can buy with extra confidence when that’s in your hands.

You’ll also appreciate the extra choices you can find when you’re shopping for pre-owned BMWs. Remember, this is a relatively low-volume brand, and you’re more likely to find just the exact BMW you want when you can look at multiple model years instead of limiting yourself to just the newest models from the current year.

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Drivers love the dynamic performance they get with BMW cars and SUVs, but the brand’s first-class creature comforts can be just as important to the overall ownership experience. With that in mind, BMW also supports its Ultimate Driving Machines with incredible luxuries, sophisticated safety measures, and smart infotainment features for amazing digital convenience. (Note: Exact features vary by model and year.)

  • Premium BMW infotainment systems can be activated by large touchscreens, console-mounted controls, natural voice recognition, and even no-touch Gesture Control for many vehicle functions.
  • For superior connectivity, used BMWs in Glendale, CA, can be outfitted with WiFi compatibility, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, and wireless charging.
  • Passenger protection goes hand in hand with satisfying performance thanks to intelligent BMW safety technologies such as automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, lane- keeping assistance, blind-spot monitoring, and more.
  • Keep your eyes on critical vehicle information with BMW’s full- color digital instrument panels and futuristic-looking head-up displays.
  • Remarkable attention to detail and handcrafted comforts abound in BMW cabins, which can come complete with authentic materials like high-grade leather, real wood, and genuine carbon fiber trim, plus world-class amenities highlighted by heated/ventilated massage-function seats.
  • Audiophile-level sound systems from Bowers & Wilkins can transform pre-owned BMWs into mobile concert halls.
  • For an unforgettable starry-night effect, check out the Panoramic Sky Lounge roof that’s embedded with thousands of LED lighting elements.


Used BMWs can be just about perfect for the California lifestyle, and that holds true whether you’re shopping for an iconic sport sedan, a compelling convertible, or one of the brand’s unique Sports Activity Vehicles. And if you don’t see the specific BMW you’re looking for in our stock, be sure to contact us about tracking one down for you. It’s all part of the way we do business at FAS.

New to the BMW lineup? The brand makes things easy with a simple alphanumeric naming system where even numbers generally show classic BMW styling and even numbers indicate a more expressive design.

  • The 1 and 2 Series cars, plus the X1 and X2 SUVs, are the entry points to the BMW roster and boast premium equipment and performance in more affordable packages.
  • The legendary BMW 3 Series, complemented by the 4 Series and X3/X4 SUVs, let you level up with even more excitement.
  • You’re into serious luxury territory when you get to the 5 Series and X5 that set the stage for steadily increasing enhancements in the 6, 7, and 8 Series, as well as the X5, X6, and three-row X7 SUVs.
  • Open-air driving is close at hand with revved-up roadsters such as the BMW Z3/Z4 and power-retractable convertible versions of many series models.
  • BMW’s M motorsports division not only upgrades standard vehicles but also develops M-branded machines that bring racing-style performance to the street. The limited-edition M5 Competition Sedan, for example, packs a 617-hp turbocharged V8 to get to 60mph in just 3.1 seconds.
  • Showing a greener way forward, the brand’s i models offer electrified powertrains and range from the compact i3, available in both EV and plug-in hybrid setups, and the i8 plug-in supercar.


BMW began its corporate life building airplane engines in 1916 and has been a top transportation company ever since it incorporated as the Bayerische Motoren Werke — for Bavarian Motor Works — in 1922. BMW brought its business down to earth by starting to manufacture motorcycles soon after. In the late 1920s, it began manufacturing cars under a license from Austin, a British automaker at the time. BMW’s story picks up again after World War II when it began flying solo and making its own cars.

BMW’s “New Class” models of the 1960s helped take the company in a more modern direction. They culminated in the 1972 BMW 5 Series that further elevated the brand’s standing with its quality and performance. By the mid-1990s, BMW built its vehicles in the United States and brought out its first SUV, the X5. Today, both new and pre-owned BMWs are highly sought-after for their exclusive approach to driving.

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