2004 Bmw 745li Base Sedan 4-door 4.4l on 2040-cars
Manchester, Tennessee, United States
Thank you for looking at this super clean 745LI, this thing is fully loaded, you would be hard pressed to find this year with anything more.
Full navigation, power everything to include rear wind screens, heated and cooled seats front and back! New tires all around with less than 2,000 miles, new battery and alternator, all maintenance, service done by BMW and certified Mercedes / BMW mechanic. Air blows cold, runs like new with great power and good mileage ( recently went to Florida and got an average of 21.6 per gal on the highway, any question do not hesitate to ask.
Please note: I am open to trades I am looking for a military 6x6 with box must be in good condition, also if you have something interesting am willing to look, please no Junk. Serious offers only
BMW 7-Series for Sale
- 2001 bmw 7-series 740il rare sport package(US $8,500.00)
- 2005 bmw 745li base sedan 4-door 4.4l(US $7,800.00)
- 2000 bmw 750il luxury package immaculate condition blk on blk 2001 upgrade 750li(US $7,500.00)
- Beautiful 1997 740 i, excellent condition inside and out, well maintained, blue(US $4,950.00)
- 2006 bmw 750 li(US $18,000.00)
- 1990 bmw 735il 65k miles florida car clean carfax 1owner(US $4,995.00)
Auto Services in Tennessee
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Auto blogWed, 16 Oct 2013 09:31:00 EST
Our friends at Popular Mechanics have announced the winners of their 2013 Breakthrough Awards, which honor innovations and new technologies in a variety of fields, ranging from medicine to electronics to space travel. Among the winners were a pair of automakers.
The BMW i3 was named one of PM's product breakthroughs, and while the diminutive city car has a range comparable to other electrics, Popular Mechanics was impressed the i3's use of carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic, which allows the i3 to tip the scales at just 2,800 pounds. But the i3's space-age materials wouldn't have been such a smash if it were priced beyond what the general public could afford. BMW's ability to offer a vehicle with such an advanced construction for around $42,000 (nearly half the price of the Cadillac ELR and only about $7,000 more than a Chevrolet Volt or Ford Focus Electric) is wildly impressive and speaks volumes about the future of ultra-light composites in the auto industry.
The other big winner comes from General Motors, which was named an Innovator this year for its semi-autonomous Super Cruise technology that's currently being tested on a Cadillac SRX. The technology, which we've reported on before, combines adaptive cruise control and lane centering into a super system that will allow hands-free driving under certain conditions.
With the arrival of the new X4 in March, BMW will expand its crossover portfolio by one more model. But while some enthusiasts may have been disappointed by the news that the Bavarian automaker isn't likely to authorize an M version of the compact slantback crossover, this latest development could help bridge the gap.
Although the line used to be quite clear between standard BMWs and M models, Munich has been blurring it with the M Performance treatment. Those have included models like the M135i hatchback and M235i coupe, the diesel-powered M550d sedan and wagon and X5 and X6 M50d crossovers. Now word has it that BMW could follow a similar formula with the X4, creating a sub-M performance model.
What's more is that the X4 M Performance model could go diesel, following a similar formula that Audi undertook with its first performance crossover, the SQ5 TDI. The major difference here is that when Audi brought the SQ5 to these shores, it ditched the diesel for a gasoline engine. Could BMW do the same?
The BMW Z3/Z4 roadster has never really had a widespread following because it has either been too humble and small a roadster (albeit with some fun and very low-volume M editions) or it has been - in this E89 generation - too casual an image leader with no racier aspirations. The current 480-hp Z4 GTEs don't count, since they are as stock a Z4 as today's Pamela Anderson is the same blonde actress we knew as Heidi on Home Improvement. You know, sort of like those ever-so-slightly modified Toyota Camry coupes competing in NASCAR.
The ultimate highpoint for the BMW Z roadster franchise was at the very start of its life in the mid-90s, in the James Bond film GoldenEye with Pierce Brosnan. The Stinger missiles that Q's team installed behind the Z3's headlights were never fired, and BMW never even offered this self-defense package as an option. Yet another case of the ol' bait and switch.
And in all these subsequent years of Z3s and Z4s strutting their long-hooded stuff, the little sporting Bimmer could really have used a live Stinger missile or two to spice things up. The current Z4 exists, it is pretty dang sexy, and BMW seems content to let it linger there. We just drove the new midlife version of the roadster near BMW headquarters in Munich, and it served to reinforce our feelings.