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2006 Bmw M5 Base Sedan 4-door 5.0l on 2040-cars

US $25,500.00
Year:2006 Mileage:68000 Color: of the car includes a Hartge front lip and Hartge rear diffuser with AC trunk lid spoiler

Cedar Hill, Missouri, United States

Cedar Hill, Missouri, United States

  • This is a 2006 M5 Indianapolis Red with 68,000miles. The interior is finished in white perforated leather with an aluminium dash. The car has every single factory option: Alcantara, Heads Up Display, Active Seats, Heated front and rear Seats, cooled front, Sun Shades, Moonroof, Stereo, Navi, Idrive and all the others. The previous owner removed the rear cats and resonator which gives the car a Ferrari sound but also gives an increased emission code, I have the cats if you wish to reinstall, He also removed the carbon filter and installed an Evolve ECU tune. exterior of the car includes a Hartge front lip and Hartge rear diffuser with AC trunk lid spoiler. The Headlights have been upgraded to the Adaptive LCI Bi-Xenon from the 2008-2010 models. I purchased this vehicle from California 1 year ago with 65,000mi and it now has 68,000mi and as far as I know it has not seen snow. As you will see in the carcheck  the car was sold at an auction with frame damage, as I have done some research and come to find out the car was repossessed not wrecked (I have paper). The vehicles main computer went bad and the owner could not afford to fix it, so the vehicle was repossessed and the main computer was replaced with a used one. I have $33,000 invested  in this car and Im ready to let go of it to invest  the money into my house, so someone will be  getting one heck of a deal. This is what I have done in the 3k miles I've owned the car and I have all the service records done by the dealer from prior owners.  I have receipts for everything but the tires. This is truly a one of a kind car, it has the family room and the power to beat almost any sports car on the road. Feel free to call or text with any questions Sam @ 314 540 9189

          WORK I HAVE RECENTLY HAD  DONE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

  •  Transmission oil cooler replaced w/new fluids $1,400.00 ( SMG pump checked at time of replacement)
  •  New Continental Extreme Tires $1,300.00
  •  Fresh oil $150.00
  •  Latest Software  Upgrade $100.00
  •  New Wiper fluid Motor $200.00
  •  New driver side master window controller $180.00

  •  Here's a little video of a walk around from previous owner

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BMW i3 starts near $35,000; NA first deliveries January 2014

Mon, 08 Jul 2013 18:00:00 EST

While in Germany at the first early pre-production drives of the hotly anticipated BMW i3, BMW people finally hinted at a price ballpark. Numbers being tossed around by pundits have actually been pretty close to what BMW is discussing internally - between $35,000 and just over $40,000. We have been assured now that the base price, should one choose to buy and not lease in the Euro zone, is just over 35,000 euro, with some big taxes included in that price. In the US, the starting price for the fully EV plug-in version should be $34,500 or right thereabouts. In addition to new pricing, we've also gotten our best-yet look at the i3, with the freshly uncovered spy shots you see here.
European deliveries begin in November of this year for the fully electric version of the rear-wheel-drive i3 with 168-horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. The e-motor mounted over the rear axle is supplied with energy by the 22-kWh lithium-ion battery pallet under the passenger compartment. Recharging happens in any of three ways: public or personal garage plug-in charge station (garage version not included in the price), the onboard system's Pro Eco mode that adds resistance to the drivetrain in a type of rolling brake energy recuperation, or through the normal brake energy and off-throttle coasting regeneration more common to EVs. Range on a full charge of this drivetrain is said to be upwards of 100 miles under hyper-miling conditions.
Perhaps the best bit of news is that the alternative, range-extending, two-cylinder 600cc engine supplied by BMW Motorrad for the hybrid version of the i3 - mounted in the rear together with the e-motor - will add only 2,000 euros in Europe and about $2,000 in the US. This is a range-doubling solution that could have brought a much higher price gouge, so thank you, BMW. The hybrid e-drive i3 version arrives a couple months after the full-EV launch version. Remember that, unlike the very similar system for the Chevrolet Volt, the system in the i3 supplies no mechanical torque to the driven axle and is only used as a generator (a system BMW first used last year in the 1 Series-based Active ). The US is seen as the clear number one market for the i3.

Automotive April Fools' joke roundup [w/videos]

Mon, 01 Apr 2013 19:00:00 EST

Happy April, everyone. And we all know what this first day of the month means: April Fools' Day. Today is a national holiday for pranksters with the Internet acting as a serious enabler, and it's always fun to see what kind of vivid imaginations exist out there in the automotive world. The abundance of fake news gets a little old as the day rolls on, but we did manage to get in a few chuckles thanks to a handful of major automakers and automotive news outlets that got into the pranking spirit this year
Some of our favorites this year includes Subaru showing what happens when you combine a bunch of rumors, a Corvette some may have already thought was a joke or Honda providing some in-car innovation circa the late 1980s. Honestly, we're still waiting for official confirmation from Mitsubishi that the recently introduced 2014 Mirage is an elaborate April Fools' joke using a failed design intended for the 1995 Geo Metro. We dug up as much "official" OEM foolishness we could find, as well as some of our other favorites, and posted them all below.

BMW R1200 GS Adventure is made for epic roadtrips

Tue, 08 Oct 2013 08:25:00 EST

BMW Motorrad has taken the wraps off of its newest GS Adventure model. Based on the R1200 GS, the Adventure trim makes an already tough bike just a bit tougher, thanks to a number of technical changes that improve off-road capabilities without sacrificing any of the R1200 GS' riding manners.
The most noticeable change might be the larger fuel tank, up in size from 5.3 gallons to 7.9 gallons, although this largely due to the Adventure's lower fuel economy - it loses about three miles per gallon to the regular R1200 GS. BMW claims that the larger tank won't inhibit riding comfort, thanks to its narrow design and placement in the bike's frame. The spring travel is 0.8 inches longer, while there's nearly half an inch of extra ground clearance, which is largely responsible for its improve off-road talents. A new, larger seat promises a more comfortable ride and a greater range of adjustability, while a few tweaks within the engine offer an even smoother delivery of the bike's 125 horsepower and 92 pound-feet of torque.
We have a full gallery of images of the R1200 GS Adventure available up top, along with the entire press release from BMW, which can be found by scrolling down.