2001 BMW 740i, finished in orient blue with tan leather fully loaded.Adult owned non smoker in excellent condition mechanically and cosmetically.This vehicle has every option that bmw offered except the cold weather package,because this is a southern car was no need for them.As mentioned before it is a southern car,no trace of rust anywhere,has never seen a OH winter.Fully serviced and ready for it's next owner,List of recent work i have performed(with receipts)
I am not going to go on and on,as mentioned above this vehicle does not need anything(the obc in the dash is fading,if you know anything about bmw's it's a common issue) ,there are no dents dings rust spots there are no mechanical issues,She is all stock except for a dinan exhaust done by prior owner(i left it on because it sounds good not like some fast & furious crap).Everything functions as it should,no excuses with this one.She has been in our family for years,all books and records are available.I think i have the window sticker somewhere as well.
- Upper control arms
- Lower control arms
- Upper and lower ball joints
- Front shocks
- Full tune up(including valve cover gaskets and plugs)
- 2 new tires
- Brand new full size spare
5 day no reserve auction,I have a standing offer if the bidding does not get close to that i will end the auction.Please do not bid for fun or if you do not have your funds/financing secure.I am not a dealer and can not help you with financing,Feel free to message me with any questions or if you would like to get her inspected before purchase.
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Tue, 09 Apr 2013 14:15:00 EST
So here's something interesting. This might look like an ordinary BMW X1, but take a closer glance - those stickers on the side read "hybrid test vehicle," and around back, there doesn't appear to be a tailpipe at all. But does this mean that BMW is working on a straight-up all-electric version of its smallest crossover? Let's hypothesize for a moment.
Wed, 20 Feb 2013 09:15:00 EST
Just because we can't see a tailpipe in these photographs doesn't mean there isn't one somewhere under there. And while those hybrid stickers are an indication that there's some sort of electrification going on underhood, it could just be for a forthcoming gasoline-electric version of the X1. Lexus recently confirmed it would be bringing a small hybrid CUV to market that will compete in the X1's space, so perhaps BMW is working on another powertrain option to offer when its littlest crossover gets refreshed.
Also consider that Toyota collaborated with Tesla to bring back the RAV4 EV, which would sort of compete with the X1, so it also stands to reason that perhaps this is an early test mule for a larger all-electric vehicle in the upcoming, eco-minded BMW i range. Our spies seem pretty confident that the prototype seen here is indeed an all-out EV, but we just can't say with certainty without more evidence.
Even workaday cars are so capable now that even most auto scribes don't truly find out about a car's limits until a professional driver shows them what they are. It's the same with a vehicle's suite of features and the technology inside - there's so much of it that most people will have no idea what their cars can offer them. BMW is the latest company to make a personal effort to change that, introducing "young, tech-savvy employees" to dealerships as part of its "BMW Genius Everywhere" initiative.
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Having no part in the actual sale of a vehicle, a BMW Genius is present on the showroom floor only to answer questions about the company's products and their features. If the customer decides to buy, he is transferred to a salesperson. A pilot program in the UK proved its effectiveness, it will now be rolled out across Europe and then come to the United States toward the end of this year in time for the launch of the i3. Details are still being worked out, but each BMW dealer will have at least one Genius.
For assistance that doesn't require visiting the auto mall, BMW is also putting vehicle and feature tutorials on its US website to "make our knowledge about our brand more interesting and more accessible to the consumer." They will appear online sometime in the latter half of the year, and will also be bundled into iPhone and iPad apps.
BMW's electric i3 is slowly marching its way to dealers. It might not be happening quite fast enough for customers, though. For you anxious individuals, head over to the BMW consumer website and build your ideal i3 in the new configurator.
Before we talk about all the stuff this build tool can do, we need to address the naming of BMW's trim levels for the EV hatchback. The 328i, for example, is available in Sport Line, M Sport Line and Luxury Line. That's good; it makes sense. The i3, though, has Giga World, Tera World and Mega World. Seriously. We've no idea what BMW was thinking when it came up with this (this is the same company that regularly uses the phrase "Sport Activity Vehicle," so...).
Silly names aside, let's try and translate where each trim fits in. The Mega World is the base trim. The Giga, at $1,700, adds stylish leather-and-wool seats in a clean two-tone color scheme, along with 19-inch wheels and a leather-covered IP. The Tera World demands $2,700, but makes up for it with its own 19-inch wheels and a full leather interior. Both lines (worlds?) add satellite radio and eucalyptus wood trim.