Send me questions at : AngelRitchie257c5iv54@yahoo.com Selling my extremely clean 2007 BMW X3 3.0si at This X3 is in great conditionand drives like new. Only has 87,000 miles. Body is very straight and whitepaint is very nice, shiny, and clean. Normal wear for a car of this age but muchcleaner than other X3's you will find for sale. I think this is the nicestcolor combination they make. It is not easy to find but truly stunning. Interioris in beautiful shape and the tan leather and wood accents add to the luxuriousfeel of driving this BMW. It is all wheel drive and grips to the road. Safe foryour family in bad weather like rain and light snow. The automatic transmissionshifts smoothly, steering is tight, and the inline 6 cylinder engine has justabout the same power as the much costlier to operate and maintain V8 X5.Originally I was looking for the X5 but quickly discovered that it's onlyan inch more head room and a few inches shorter. The V8 engine is prone toexpensive oil leaks and if it has the adjustable ride height, then you could bein for a $2,000. computer repair if it malfunctions. For these reasons I decidedthe straight six engine is where BMW shines. They have been building sixeslonger than eights and it shows in the horsepower and reliability. Truly a"Driving Machine" and a pleasure to drive such a comfortable car. One of thebest features of this vehicle is the large automatic sunroof. Stereo systemsounds great. AC blows cold. All gauges, lights, and functions work perfectly.Two brand new tires in the front and the tires in the rear still have decenttread. CONS: Rear bumper has some small touch-up painted nicks. Carpet could usea good shampoo. Rear passenger door has a small dent near the door handle butit's very hard to see, you actually have to look carefully for it. Rear towhitch cover is missing.
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Auto blogTue, 04 Mar 2014 13:32:00 EST
The BMW specialists at Alpina know how to exploit a niche when they see one. With the BMW M4 still not technically official, it saw the need for a higher performance four-seat convertible than the 435i 'vert. Enter the new B4 Bi-Turbo Cabrio that is debuting at the Geneva Motor Show.
The European-exclusive model takes BMW's 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged inline-6 and massages it up to 410 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque, which is less power but more twist than the M4 would give buyers. Alpina's tend to be built more as quick, luxurious grand tourers, and the B4 Bi-Turbo gets is no different with an adaptive sport suspension and an eight-speed automatic. Plus it wears the classic pinstripes and 21-spoke wheels that are the brand's design hallmarks.
While the added weight for the convertible means that the Cabrio takes 4.5 seconds to reach 62 miles per hour, about a half-second slower than the coupe, at the moment it is the only way to get this kind of performance in a BMW convertible. Orders for the convertible open in March in Europe and prices in Germany start at 74,800 euros ($102,878 at today's conversion rates).
Ashley Rodriguez has a thing for the BMW E28. The amateur train photographer has owned over 15 of the cars in her brief lifetime, and says she's attracted to the old 5 Series because of how rare they are. All told, she's owned every variation of the E28 with the exception of the 2.4td, and the crew from Petrolicious recently stopped by to train their lenses on her most recent acquisition: a lovely M535i. The site's latest video, Rare Things, takes a closer look at just what draws Rodriguez to the E28 and how her passion for the cars has evolved over the years.
As usual, Petrolicious serves up plenty of gorgeous footage of the vintage German sedan, and anyone who's ever harbored an obsession over any one particular model can certainly hear a few chords ring true in Rodriguez's words. Check out the clip below to see what we mean.
Traditionally, nominations for the Autoblog Technology of the Year award are earned for specific developments - a new-think powertrain, a uniquely developed material, a groundbreaking smartphone app, or what have you. In the case of BMW's marvelous i8, it so bristles with novel applied sciences and fresh features that we broke with tradition and nominated the entire car.
We just couldn't help ourselves. Oh, we could've focused on the i8's carbon-fiber monocoque, or its well-resolved plug-in-hybrid powertrain that incorporates a tiny 1.5-liter three-cylinder engine and an electric motor, or its seamless through-the-road all-wheel drive. This is a car that will even have frickin' laser beams for headlights - at least it will for our friends in Europe (and it will in the US, should our legislators ever catch up).