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2012 Bmw X5 on 2040-cars

US $12,100.00
Year:2012 Mileage:60600 Color: Silver /
 White
Location:

Sunset Beach, North Carolina, United States

Sunset Beach, North Carolina, United States

For more pictures email at: corrinnecccapistran@forestfans.com .

My wife and I ordered this and picked all the options. Vehicle was delivered August 2012. For those unfamiliar with
this model, this is the twin turbo 3.0 diesel before they changed the model to the current one with the odd styling
and downgraded the engine. This comes with 425lbs of torque and can tow over 7,000 lbs. All diesels are four wheel
drive.
Build includes:
Sport package
Comfort access package
Luxury package
Cold weather package
Self leveling suspension
Premium sound
Navigation
Satellite radio
Rear heat/AC
Heated seats front and rear and heated steering wheel
Leather sports seats with extended leather
Front and rear parking sensors
Backup and side view camera
HID headlights
Towing package
Hill descent assist
Panorama roof
Power lift gate
Apple play
Vehicle is silver with ivory interior and dark bamboo and aluminum inlays. The interior has minimal wear and looks
beautiful with everything working as it should. This has been a great vehicle that regularly gets 23 MPG in the
city and up to 28 MPG in the highway

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Auto blog

BMW CS reinterpretation proves retro can be sexy [w/video]

Fri, 28 Mar 2014 19:15:00 EST

Designer David Obendorfer doesn't work for BMW, but perhaps the German automaker should give him a call. His CS Vintage Concept shows a singular ability to understand the brand's classic style and reinterpret it for today. He isn't some amateur, either. Obendorfer has an industrial design degree and has been penning the interiors and exteriors of yachts from the Officina Italiana Design for five years, which counts luxury shipbuilders like Riva and Sanlorenzo among its clients. His website shows a real passion and knack for modernizing '60s and '70s European cars, too.
Obendorfer prefers to reimagine classic automotive styles. "Retro cars are not copies of their predecessors or renovated specimens, rather they are carefully studied reconsiderations, strongly rooted in contemporary style," he tells Autoblog. For the CS Vintage Concept, he worked to update the looks of the seminal BMW 2000CS and its E9 chassis while placing them on a modern platform. Obendorfer's inspiration comes from his belief that the later CS models' design is partially responsible for defining BMW styling, with its shark-nose front and four round headlights.
The CS Vintage Concept's shape starts with a jutting hood and a quartet of LED headlights, but the whole design really comes together in profile. The Hofmeister Kink at the rear pillar with the BMW Roundel is a nice nod to the originals, yet the proportions still find the perfect fusion of classic and modern. The interior is minimalist, with a vast expanse of wood for the dashboard at first glance, but the latter opens to expose the car's infotainment system.

Company car offers in decline, but not at The Cheesecake Factory [w/poll]

Sat, 22 Jun 2013 10:57:00 EST

As businesses look to keep high-level employees happy, it seems that use of company cars can still be an effective method, although fewer companies are employing it. According to Businessweek, only about 25 percent of companies offer company vehicles as a perk, while less than half give allowances for employees to use their personal vehicles for work purposes.
The report says that one business still in the practice of handing out company cars is The Cheesecake Factory, which offers the benefit to top managers. And we're not talking about some econobox, either. The article indicates the restaurant chain hands out BMWs on a three-year basis - although the company's own report says that the type of vehicle "varies with the executive's level."
Still, we mostly agree with the article's conclusion that money is the best way to keep employees or attract new ones, even if a corporate car is a big perk. What do you think? Let us know, in the poll below, whether a company car could sway you to work for a certain company (not just the Cheesecake factory, where the "Glamburgers" portion of the menu alone is enough to keep a guy hanging around).

Check out the trick way you access the tire valve on this BMW Alpina B6

Wed, 22 Oct 2014 16:58:00 EST

The wheels are one of the first things you notice when checking out the 2015 BMW Alpina B6 xDrive Gran Coupe. The 20-inch aluminum alloy rollers have 21 spokes that spray out from their hubs, creating one of Alpina's signature design features. But there's also plenty of function to go along with the stylistic form of this hotted-up BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe.
By rotating the Alpina roundel and unlocking the center hub, you gain access to the tire valve and bolts, which are hidden inside. They're literally kept under lock and key, and they protect your Alpina's wheels from the elements and theft. This unique center-fill system employing a hollow spoke isn't a new setup for the favored BMW tuner, but since Autoblog had one in our offices this week, we thought we'd take the opportunity to show the unique mechanism in case you haven't seen it before. Check it out in our brief video below.