Engine:3.0L 2979CC l6 GAS DOHC Turbocharged
For Sale By:Private Seller
Number of Cylinders: 6
Trim: Base Sedan 4-Door
Options: Navigation System, Sunroof, 4-Wheel Drive, Leather Seats, CD Player
Drive Type: AWD
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Exterior Color: Dark Blue
Interior Color: Brown
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
This 2007 335xi BMW is in superb shape. I have owned this car for one year. There are 2 small dents, a small scratch on the side that can likely be buffed out, and some stains on the ceiling in the back seat that was left there from the previous owner and all of these imperfections are shown in the pictures. This was also a Smoke-free environment!
Since buying this car, I have replaced the break pads and the rotors in all four tires, done by a BMW dealership. I have also replaced all 6 ignition coils due to one of them malfunctioning. I replaced all 6 to prevent it from happening again. The tires on this car are not even a year old, and are still in great condition.
This car runs, feels, and looks beautiful. At 92,000 miles you can't expect a car to be in better shape. Look at the pictures to see for yourself. With a navigation system included and a great speaker system it is a thrill to ride in.
I have taken great care of this car and am saddened to so it go.
On Aug-28-14 at 08:43:18 PDT, seller added the following information:
I apologize for any confusion, but this is not a certified pre-owned vehicle. It is a used vehicle.
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Auto blogMon, 16 Dec 2013 19:02:00 EST
Audi has the S8, Mercedes has the S63 AMG and Jaguar has the XJR, but BMW has always held that an M7 wasn't justified, leaving its associated Alpina line to tackle that market with the B7 (pictured). The chief engineer at the M division, however, feels otherwise.
Speaking to Autocar, the BMW M development chief Albert Biermann indicated that he would like to see the M division do a performance version of the 7 Series to compete with the above-mentioned models, but that there are no current plans in place to do so. Neither did he specify what kind of engine it would have, or if it would be badged, for that matter, as an M7 or an M Performance model.
The latter is the approach which the M division is reportedly taking with performance versions of BMW crossovers beyond the X5 M and X6 M, such as the X3 and upcoming X4. The division is also said to be developing a performance-tuned xDrive system to compete with AMG's new all-wheel-drive models, as well as a potential M3 GT to join the new M3 sedan and M4 coupe with a slantback bodystyle.
Fans of BMW performance had two events to keep an eye on this weekend: the reveal of the M4 Concept at Pebble Beach, and the efforts of the Bavarian automaker's DTM teams at the Nurburgring. What ties them together, however, is what BMW has in store for next year.
The German carmaker has confirmed that it's already working on a new M4 DTM to campaign in the highly-competitive touring car series starting next season. It didn't reveal any details, but we can expect the M4 to make the same jump to competition spec as the M3 did before it. And with some success, we might add: successive versions of the M3 have won 48 DTM races over the years, starting with the checkered flag which Harald Grohs claimed at Hockenheim in 1987 through to the same race which Augusto Farfus won earlier this year. After taking home the title for BMW in its first year back in DTM last season, Bruno Spengler also won at the Red Bull Ring in Austria two months ago, but the Bimmer teams seem to be having a bit of trouble defending its title against fresh assaults from Audi and Mercedes.
BMW undoubtedly hopes the new M4 DTM will help it turn another new leaf, and we're looking forward to seeing how it all shapes up. Read more in the press release below.
The last time the Dinan name graced the pages of Autoblog, Michael Harley was waxing poetic about the S3-R BMW 1M Coupe, a car that still stands in his ranks as one of the best cars he's ever driven. And that wasn't just because it was, you know, amazing. It's because as far as tuners go, Dinan produces some seriously well-executed products. Harley said of the 1M, for example, "It was so fully formed and well-rounded that it felt like BMW itself had made it."
Eager to sample some of these wholly wonderful wares, I cleared a few hours in my Monterey Car Week schedule and booked a date with the S1 M5 you see here - the (current) daily driver of Mr. Steve Dinan, himself. But unlike the S3-R 1M the company tuned previously, the donor car in question here is vastly different and, if I'm honest, not as good. See, I adore the stock 1M in a way words cannot express, but the standard-issue M5... good as it is, there are indeed a few flaws.
But after driving the Dinan S1 M5 around the Monterey Peninsula, I can confirm two things. First, Harley's conclusion that Dinan builds products that feel 100 percent BMW-spec is absolutely true. And second, Steve and the gang haven't just created a tuned M5, they've built a better one.