This low mileage, fully loaded 2009 335i Convertible is in great condition and is smoke-free. Black Sapphire Metalic paint job and black leather. It has been garage kept, regularly detailed, and it has received all recommended and optional maintenance through a licensed BMW dealership. As mentioned in the condition description, there is no major damage, just a small door ding that has been painted and some normal wear to the plastic on the steering wheel and around the start button. It has brand new top of the line Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 tires and new spark plugs. This car is fully loaded, and includes the Premium Package, the Cold WX Package, and the Sport Package. It has an optional Sport suspension for an even tighter ride, which truly makes this car handle like a BMW should. There is no body roll evident when taking a fast corner, despite the extra weight of the convertible top. It comes with an automatic transmission with wheel mounted paddle shifters and and a sport mode. The Convenience Access means that the doors unlock and lock automatically if you touch a door handle with the key in your pocket. Pushbutton engine start with the key in your pocket. What's even more amazing, is that you can JUST PRESS A BUTTON ON THE KEY FOB TO RAISE OR LOWER THE HARDTOP CONVERTIBLE ROOF! It's got heated front seats and steering wheel, rain-sensing wipers, and spray bars to keep the headlights clean when you use your washer fluid. Chrome door accents. Power passenger and driver seats with lumbar adjustment. Front sports seats. 18" Alloy wheels. Auto dim rear view mirrors. Bluetooth integration. It has a ski bag with a pass-through for putting skis in the trunk. Yes, you can have skis in your car and the top down! If you have any questions about options please ask. This car was an early lease turn-in that was going to be sold as a Certified Pre-Owned vehicle by BMW until it was purchased by another car dealership. I bought it as the second owner and have babied it ever since. It has a completely clean title and all recommended maintenance. I only use premium gasoline. I live near Los Angeles and I am willing to deliver within a two-hour drive. Otherwise, the buyer is responsible for arranging for (and paying for) shipping of the vehicle. I still have a lien on the vehicle through Wells Fargo and part of the sale price will be used to clear the title, but I am working closely with Wells Fargo and the title can be transferred directly to the buyer as soon as payment clears Wells Fargo's account. This will be even easier if you finance through Wells Fargo, but no matter how you decide to pay for the sale, I'll take care of the paperwork and make it as easy as possible. As soon as your payment clears I'm happy to meet you or a delivery truck driver to hand over the the keys and a bill of sale. I know buying a car through the internet can be stressful so if you have any questions or suggestions that would help put your mind at ease please let me know.
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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.
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.
It almost seems as if BMW just started selling the current-generation 5 Series, yet one of our spy photographers has already spotted a next-generation prototype in Touring form. Little is known about the luxury wagon in this early stage of testing, but it is expected to weigh much less than the current car, which, in 528i Touring guise with an automatic transmission, tips the scale at over 3,800 pounds. It is also expected to have the latest in driver-assistance technology. Despite the weight savings, and judging from the photos, it looks to have proportions similar to the current car, but don't expect the makeshift headlight and taillight clusters to make it onto the production model.
The crucial question for potential Touring customers in the United States is whether BMW will do the unexpected and import it here. The company's track record indicates that it will be sold in Rest of World markets only, but we're hoping that the next 5 Series will end the Touring's U.S. hiatus (and the 5 Series Gran Turismo's reign), which began in 2003 at the end of the E39 generation.
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).