2012 Bmw 750 Li Sedan ( 7 Series ) X-drive * Super Clean * One Owner ! * on 2040-cars
Bucyrus, Ohio, United States
7 Series Sedan X-Drive
* Mileage = 43,400 Actual
THIS CAR IS LOADED WITH THESE OPTIONS:
Sunroof, Leather Seats, CD Player
* Interior & Exterior Very Well Kept ( Clean!!) No Rust!
* The vehicle needs nothing but new ownership! *
* One Owner ! * No Accidents
*IF YOU HAVE ANY CONCERNING QUESTIONS THAT I HAVEN'T ADDRESSED, PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK BEFORE BIDDING.
* Special Note: We do have the right to end auction early when sold locally. Thank you
*THIS VEHICLE IS AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING OR TO BE TEST DRIVEN AT :
or EVEN CHECK US OUT ON THE WEB http://ohiospecialty.com
Colby at: 419- 989-9262 BETWEEN 8AM - 5PM MONDAY THROUGH - FRIDAY.
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Five bikes from EICMA you need to know aboutTue, 04 Nov 2014
Each and every year, the world's biggest motorcycle manufacturers gather together in Milan, Italy to show off the latest and greatest machinery that will soon be offered to dealerships the world over. It's called EICMA (Esposizione Internazionale Ciclo Motociclo e Accessori), and this year's crop of new motorcycles is just as exciting as ever.
We've selected five of the coolest motorcycles shown at this week's show, including models from Aprilia, BMW, Ducati, Honda and Yamaha. Join us down below for a high-performance, two-wheeled Italian journey.
BMW to unveil X4 in MarchMon, 04 Nov 2013
It's been about half a year since BMW unveiled the X4 concept in Shanghai. But if you've been waiting for news on when it will reach production, the latest intel indicates it'll be announced next March.
Just when in March? That's the strange part. Inautonews reports having been told by BMW that the new X4 will be announced on March 14. So, the Geneva Motor Show, then? Not quite: although that show will still be going on then, the doors open to journalists like us on March 4, not 14. So either someone has got some details mixed up, or BMW - for some reason - is planning on waiting until after Geneva to reveal the production X4.
Whenever it does, we'll be looking at a slantback version of the X3, much like BMW did with the X5 and X6, giving Bavaria a rival to the Range Rover Evoque and Porsche Macan.
Can the government mechanically force you to wear your seatbelt? [w/poll]Fri, 30 Aug 2013
The National Highway Traffic Administration is considering the use of ignition interlocks in vehicles that would require the seatbelts of occupied seats to be fastened in order to drive the car, Automotive News reports, four decades after Congress moved to prevent manufacturers from installing them in cars sold in the US market. Following a transportation bill passed last year that lift some of the restrictions on seatbelt interlocks, automakers such as BMW are considering the benefits of using them in future cars. Now, before you go crying about your lost freedom, keep reading.
BMW said in an October 2012 petition that the use of seatbelt interlocks would allow the company to make lighter and more spacious vehicles, if the devices could be used in lieu of unbelted crash tests. The crash test has required the addition of bulky safety features, such as knee bolsters, that aren't as necessary when occupants are buckled up, especially when considering the dizzyng list of safety features that come standard on today's cars. Europe, which has a higher rate of seatbelt use than in the US, doesn't perform unbelted crash tests on cars sold there.