Up for auction is a beautiful, pampered specimen of what BMW does best - design the perfect performance-minded sedan for the most demanding driver.
If you're looking at this, you already know the standard specs on the 750 Li and how the X-Drive keeps it glued to the roads even during Michigan winters.
What you probably want to know is this:
1) How well was this car serviced?
2) Where was it serviced?
3) Were there ANY issues whatsoever with the vehicle, and how were they resolved?
4) Where was this car driven and parked?
Well, it was always serviced at the dealership for it's short-term ownership. The owners always parked it inside a spacious garage with no other cars around it.
I created what I feel is a very fair reserve price; it is below any other listed for sale with similar miles, and I'd venture to guess this one is in better condition than most.
And, there were NO issues/accidents to report. Period. Please understand this was not a car left in a garage for two years. It is not absolutely showroom new, but it's very, very close. I noticed one ding in a door I couldn't even capture on film, else I would have shown it. It may just be a paint imperfection.
It will come with BOTH keys and the manual, unlike some listed.
If you have any other questions the pictures can't answer, please feel free to email me. Test drives can be arranged. Mechanical inspections are welcome. I understand this isn't a five year old Impala (not that there's ANYTHING wrong with that), but it's going to cost you a little more so I recommend you do your diligence to your own personal satisfaction. All questions will be answered publicly.
If you look at my feedback enough, you'll find I've sold and shipped a few very nice autos. Custom Porsche to Sweden, C6 Vette convertible down south, etc. This vehicle is accurately described, as is everything I have ever listed. That's why I still have a 100% positive feedback score and have been around for well over a decade. Bottom line: you are welcome to personally verify by checking out the car in person, but BID WITH CONFIDENCE!
Thank you for taking the time to check this out. Shipping will be the sole responsibility of the purchaser. The current owner makes no warranties expressed or implied, and the sale shall be termed as is, final sale.
The vehicle may have slightly more miles when purchased since it is still being used.
Happy bidding; I am going to miss this one!
BMW 7-Series for Sale
- 1999 bmw 740i sport package black low miles rare find(US $7,995.00)
- 2009 bmw 750li silver sport /hud/night vision,one owner,clean carfax,warranty(US $44,900.00)
- 2011 740 i* highly optioned* shades* 19" wheels* pdc* best deal* 09 10 10 750(US $37,888.00)
- 2010 bmw 750i - loaded w/ 57k clean & well maintained f01 4.4l twin turbo 750(US $40,990.00)
- 1985 bmw 735i euro executive, 1 owner, exceptional e23, like e28, e30, e32, e38(US $6,500.00)
- 1997 bmw 740il base sedan 4-door 4.4l
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Fri, 19 Jul 2013 19:27:00 EST
Addressing the safety concerns of its customers, BMW Motorrad is co-developing a rider suit with Dainese to feature something that's much more common in automobiles: airbags.
Sun, 22 Sep 2013 09:00:00 EST
Starting with Dainese's D-air Protect System, which is made up of inflatable protectors that deploy in 15 milliseconds, the two companies will integrate the technology into a BMW Motorrad brand, one-piece racing suit, the DoubleR RaceAir. Later a different, street-oriented airbag system that can be retrofitted to bikes will be offered to Beemer riders.
The DoubleR RaceAir is expected to be presented at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan in November, after all required crash testing has been completed.
If BMW's new i sub-brand sounds more like it belongs to consumer electronics than it does to automobiles, that's probably no mistake. After all, electric vehicles bridge the gap between conventional automobile and electronic gadget - just ask our compatriots over at Engadget that report on them all the time. But to drive the point home even greener, BMW has, together with the new i3, launched a new collection of electronics accessories that make the Bavarian automaker as much a competitor with companies like Belkin or Griffin as it is with Audi or Mercedes-Benz.
Mon, 25 Nov 2013 16:01:00 EST
The new BMW i Collection includes items like a solar charger for phones and MP3 players, a laptop bag made from felt-like recycled PET plastic and vegetable-tanned leather, and of course the requisite USB dongle. Other items include keyfobs, a shopping bag, notebook and ballpoint pen.
All the items, of course, are designed to extend the i3's upscale tree-hugging image to items you can hold and use while your EV is charging in the driveway. They go on sale starting next month with prices ranging from 15 euros ($20) for the pen or lanyard to 99 euros ($135) for the shopping bag. Details in the press release below and images of the whole collection in the gallery above.
Just in case anyone was wondering how plug-in BMW cars would be received, the answer is apparently "quite well." After speaking with BMW's global sales chief last week at the LA Auto Show, Reuters has learned that the plug-in hybrid i8 sports coupe is already sold out for its first year on the market.
There is no word as to how many i8s BMW sold, but the first example was delivered to a customer last week in Germany. As for the all-electric/range-extended i3 hatchback, the automaker has received more than 10,000 orders for this model before it even goes on sale. Likewise, we don't know how many BMW plans to sell, but we do know they'll be showing up in the US before next summer.
We've already spent some time behind the wheel of both plug-in BMWs, and you can check out our first drive of the production i3 and our first drive of an i8 prototype.