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Used BMW 7-Series Full Of Premium Amenities

Lexi Tucker
Posted on June 25, 2018

That's one clean used car you can get used to.
That's one clean used car you can get used to.
PHOENIX, Ariz. — When buying used vehicles, nothing sounds better than "garage kept and immaculate."

That's how William Jinks of JET Limousines describes this 2011 BMW 750Li sedan now available on limoforsale.com for $16,999 at 81,548 miles as.

SPECS, PHOTOS & SELLER INFO HERE

It's got upgraded wheels, HID headlights and factory LED rear and turn signal lights, carbon fiber wrapped pillars, limo tint, a moon roof, electronic close trunk, black leather interior, carbon fiber accents, 360 cameras, bluetooth, rear shades, navigation technology, heated/cooled seats, adaptive cruise, and rear climate controls.

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Comments ( 1 )
  • John Aquilina

     | about 5 months ago

    I’m not sure how it is with US spec German cars. But here in Australia a German Car beyond their Warranty period is a shortcut to financial disaster. No matter how well, and fastidiously the original owner looked after the car all it takes is some electronic or mechanical part unique for that model and the Manufacturer will have you on toast. Here in OZ an ECU for a V Class Merc $5,500. BMW air suspension pump = $3,200. Audi starter motor $1200 (re-con). German Manufacturers use an expensive distribution model that car buyers fund through unnecessary servicing and rectification costs through the life of the car. It will take a few years for the “penny to drop”, but when commercial Luxury car operators discover the American Made option you have right under your noses, you will NEVER go back to German Cars. After 23 years of Chauffering, and being told by my accountant 3 years ago that we were going broke because of the Audi Q7 and Mercedes we operate, the all American Tesla has saved my business. Negligible servicing, cheap energy ($1.00 per day here), free supercharging for many. My has business saved close to $21,000 in the first year /78,000kms compared to my evil Audi Q7. The experiment continues - the Germans may finally lose the war!

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