White 2004 Bmw 745 Li Asanti 7-series Sedan With 20' Crome And Black Bmw Rims on 2040-cars
with little to no wear and tear on the interior of the vehicle
Tavares, Florida, United States
2004 BMW 745 LI with Asanti Package. Automatic transmission with Navigation. Vehicle has a brand new battery, starts with no problem and drives like a dream. Chrome 20' rims with BMW center caps, chrome grill and trim with a rear spoiler. This vehicle seems to have many if not all the options offered from the factory. Beautiful tan interior with tan suede integration. It is definitely not hard to imagine this vehicles price tag was around 80,000 new.
This vehicle has one dent worth mentioning on the lower side of the rear passenger door. other than that, there is typical wear on the exterior with little to no wear and tear on the interior of the vehicle. On start up there is a warning that states "Fault in pass.-restraint system affecting airbag, belt tensioner or belt-force limiter. Cont. to wear belts despite fault. please contact the nearest BMW center." There is also an airbag light on the dash, which leads me to believe its a sensor, although I am not 100% sure.
Shipping: Vehicle is to be pick up only. Seller is not responsible for shipping item. Buyer to arrange pick up with Seller.
Tax, Tag, Title (NO DEALER FEE) additional: Price does not include tax (tax will depend on the applicable tax rate of the state, county and/or city you live in), tag, or title fees. NO Dealer Fee.
For any additional questions please contact:
Seth Lee Auto
14934 Old US Highway 441, Tavares, FL 32778
BMW 7-Series for Sale
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