2014 Bmw 3-series on 2040-cars
West Hollywood, California, United States
For more details email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
* Reduced for quick sale. $4K under CPO book value. Cheapest, lowest mileage CPO M Sport in country. Basically a
brand-new car for over $20K off price as new.
Reluctantly selling my 2014 BMW 328i Gran Turismo. This is the X Drive all wheel drive model. Twin turbo
four-cylinder producing 240 hp/255 lb/ft torque
0 to 60 in 5.9 seconds but still 30 miles a gallon. I'm the 2nd owner, bought as a CPO car, factory warranty till
10/2017 and CPO till 10/2019. Lost my job, have a 3 month-old baby, paid cash, so need to sell.
This is the brand new 3 Series Gran Turismo just launched in 2014. This is also the M sport model with M wheels M
suspension M steering wheel and M front and rear bumpers many M badging. Same rear leg room as a 5 Series, Same
headroom as a 7 Series, same cargo as an X3. AWD X Drive.
The car is as loaded as they come with every imaginable option possible. Sticker price was almost $55K. If you can
think of an option it as it including head up display, panoramic roof, parking sensors, back up and roof cam,
comfort access keyless start and entry, premium hi-fi sound, heated seats, paddle shifters, etc. etc. See
CPO 100K mile warranty for 6 years or Nov. 2019. Factory warranty till Nov. 2017. Includes everything including all
wear items, wipers, brakes (both pads and rotors), oil changes, all maintenance, etc. Tires have about 3K miles on
BMW 3-Series for Sale
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Auto blogThu, 05 Jun 2014
What would this world be without the BMW X6? Oh, sure, the whole coupe-crossover design trend surely would have started somewhere, but BMW was the first, launching its odd duck back in 2008. Much as we like to harp on the X6 (for being less functional and more expensive than the X5 on which it's based), people around the world sure do seem to like the thing, BMW having sold some 250,000 examples since the CUV's birth. And as you first saw thanks to leaked images this morning, the second-generation X6 has just arrived.
The shape is familiar, as are specific styling elements like the larger headlamps (now available with a full-LED treatment) and taillamps, mimicking those found on the X5. Two trims are available - xLine and M Sport - the former taking a more subdued approach, while the latter uses the traditionally bulgy and aggressive M-badged kit, with larger air intakes and matte aluminum grille bars. All X6s come standard with 19-inch wheels, and 20s are optional.
Regardless of trim, BMW will now offer the X6 in three guises here in the United States: sDrive35i, xDrive35i and xDrive50i. Dissecting the nomenclature, that means the first two models will be powered by BMW's 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six, good for 300 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque. The sDrive X6 uses rear-wheel drive, while the xDrive, of course, uses all-wheel drive. Moving up, the xDrive50i uses the same twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 as its predecessor, though power has been increased to 450 hp and 480 lb-ft. All X6 models are fitted with an eight-speed automatic transmission, and BMW says that the new powertrains are more efficient than before, though official fuel economy numbers have not yet been released.
BMW has a secret, and it's not telling. The brand's M Power blog is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the M5 and is taking a look back at previous models of its Autobahn-storming sedan, but it says that it will end "with a surprise." The celebration kicks off with a short video showing the latest M5 making some smoky donuts.
The original M5 debuted in 1985 and was the company's most expensive model at the time. Still, it packed a 3.5-liter six-cylinder generating a claimed 282 horsepower (286 PS), which was rather potent in its day. The company touted it as the world's fastest production four-door sports sedan at the time.
BMW won't reveal the surprise until it has chronicled all five generations of the M5, but it wouldn't be shocking to see an anniversary edition model appear sometime later this year. Scroll down to check out the video of the muscle sedan celebrating its birthday the only way it knows how.
BMW has brought a slightly different concept vehicle to the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. Rather than something that foreshadows a future product or a new design direction, the Munich-based manufacturer has brought an X5 that's designed to be shot at. It's called the Concept X5 Security Plus. The Concept X5 name is a bit misleading, though. It's based on the 2014 X5, while BMW already builds an armored CUV, called the X5 Security. The concept tag has to do with the "Security Plus" part.
Engineered to be compliant with VR6 security standards - the current X5 Security is for VR4 standards - the Concept X5 will quite happily shrug off direct attacks from an AK-47. Thanks to sealed joints, high-strength steel moldings, high-performance steel body panels and special, polycarbonate-coated security glass, Kalashnikov's finest, whether used as a firearm or as a melee weapon, would be useless against this X5.
Built alongside the standard X5 in BMW's Spartanburg, SC factory, the X5 is shipped to a BMW facility in Toluca, Mexico for installation of the armor and security features. The company claims this delivers a more thoroughly engineered protective solution than aftermarket retrofitting.