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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Last month, we went behind the scenes of the filming of BMW's new Driftmob, web video, bringing you one post from the practice sessions, and another from the shoot itself, which took place in an enormous traffic circle in Cape Town, South Africa. Today, BMW has launched the final version of Driftmob, and it's pretty damn cool.
The plot is pretty simple: just like a flashmob, in which people invade a location and perform choreographed dances to music, much to the delight of surprised onlookers, the "driftmob" features a quintet of red M235i coupes that take over a traffic circle and perform choreographed dances - sideways - to the delight of onlookers. The only differences are that, in this case, the onlookers are mostly paid extras (though there were many unwitting passersby that joined the crowd at times) and the only music is a constant squealing of tires-a sweet song if we ever heard one. Then, after about two minutes of tire-smoking shenanigans, the coupes vanish.
As promised, we will have a more detailed, behind the scenes story about the filming of the video, including insights from Rhys Millen, Samuel Hübinette, Dai Yoshihara, Rich Rutherford, and Conrad Grunewald, the five guys who executed these remarkable stunts. Meanwhile, we hope you enjoy the short flick.
There's something that makes red, dark blue and light blue stripes running up the fenders and down the flanks of a white car just that much more eye-catching. Whether it's a Martini Racing liveried racecar or something from the BMW skunkworks, they just draw long looks nothing else can. And here's the latest.
The BMW X6 M Design Edition upgrades on the standard X6 M with such special touches as 21-inch alloys, a carbon front splitter and rear splitter, black grilles and diffusor, and of course, those iconic racing stripes, which come as an option on this model.
The interior has been done up in black leather with Mugello red accents and piano black trim. Only 100 individually-numbered examples will be offered, and given that this one's wearing German plates, we doubt there's much chance many (if any) will make it Stateside. But then again, you could always spec up your own X6 M with most if not all of the same trim and forgo the little number plate on the dashboard.
BMW's Best 1 Series Gives Back What You Put In
Every once in a while, I find myself, despite my solitary leanings and inherent modesty, working out in some kind of class setting. The tone and tenor of these classes ranges wildly - from the quiet, follow-the-leader variety, to those with a kind of Cult of Personality man or woman calling the shots, usually with idiom-laden shouting and theatrical hair. Despite their personal variation and range of professional effectiveness, there's one common concept that most instructors bring up at some point: working with intention.
The idea, as it relates to physical fitness, is that focusing your brain on the movement at hand - the rate of your own breathing, or the muscle groups being worked for instance - helps to perform the act efficiently and correctly. Having spent a happy majority of the last decade in an exercise-free near-debauch, I was a bit surprised to find out that this kind of mental game really works pretty well.