The good news is, if you like BMW's, you can get them used, cheap as HELL!A BMW X3.
My dad gave it to us when my wife decided not to learn how to drive my manual Civic. It was a spare that my dad's wife bought from her son when he didn't want it anymore.
In the year we owned it, it spent six weeks in the shop. We didn't quite break even for the repairs when we traded it in towards the Subaru we have now.
The advice we got from our mechanic was hilarious: "It needs to spend at least 45min/week on the highway or your seals will break down." "Don't use the sunroof after 60k miles--they break often and only in the open position, and it's a $5k fix."
In contrast, I made it to 150k in my 2002 Civic with two unscheduled services totaling $1,500. My brother owns it now and it's about to hit 300k.