BMW 32OCi M-Sport, cherished for 13 years. 2.2 litre, 6 cylinder in-line, petrol Turmalin violet metallic Fully maintained from new with service history. Equipment; Light alloy wheels Dynamic Stability Control M-Sports Leather multi-function steering wheel Foglights Air conditioning On-board computer Battery in luggage compartment BMW M-Sport Pack (Sports suspension settings, BMW alarm, Glass electric sunroof, Sports seats (cloth/leather combination, anthracite), headlight washers, Xenon halo and LED lights, white indicators, main battery switch) This car has never been in an accident or had cosmetic repairs. Engine is factory standard M54B22 2,171 cc (125 kW (168 hp) at 6100 rpm and 210 N·m (150 lb·ft) of torque at 3500 rpm). Fuel economy is 34mpg (better than official 8.9 L/100km or 32 mpg combined). Emissions are CO 0.02 Vol% HC 20ppm which is 6.5% better than official figures. Some signs of wear and tear on the outside. (small scrapes, delamination on the bonnet badge and M-sport wing mirrors. General condition of the paintwork is excellent. Wheels are original and rare BMW style 71, component/split rims. Rear 1.097.187 8.5Jx18 IS50 CDW / Front 1.097.186 8Jx18 IS47 CDW There is a lot of lacquer delamination and alloy corrosion on the rims. All tyres in good condition. Dunlop Sport Maxx RT rear 255/35/18 Bridgestone Potenza front 225/40/18
An excellent drivers car.
Excellent condition, low mileage
BMW will go forever
I've had this car for a year now and I am very happy with it.
This is a great spacious car that is very economical to run as it is a diesel. Interior - Only issue is that the cream material seats are now filthy and any water spills brings out the colour of the black foam underneath. BMW as a brand is very expensive when officially serviced
Fabulous car to drive, comfort and quality are excellent. The power and economy from 2.0 diesel is far superior to an Audi A4. If you have any interest in cars and want a car that is a rewarding drive, especially on twisty roads buy a 320, if you just want a car to get from A to B buy the Audi or better still buy a Skoda and save yourself a few grand !
This is a great car, but I am not a fan of the back wheel drive. The consumption of diesel is very good and I get upwards of 50MPG.. Handling is good.. one major downside is that the servicing through the manufacture is very expensive if you want to keep the service history good for resale..
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