Located in Bethesda, MD, just outside Washington, D.C.
Outstanding condition, inside & out.
Tan Leather seats
Telescoping steering wheel
Sliding Sun Roof
Needs no reconditioning. Never had any paint or body work done and is totally free of rust. Garaged most of its lifetime. Never been smoked in. Clean title history. Engine compartment clean with no fluid leaks and free of any wear or visible defects.
4 new Vredestein Quatrac-2 tires put on in April 02 @ 90,000 miles.
Inspection I Service done in Oct. 2004 @ 100,000 miles.
Plastic-impeller water pump removed & replaced with metal-impeller pump.
I have all maintenance receipts plus spreadsheets I have kept for both body maintenance done by me and engine-maintenance done by either dealer or qualified BMW mechanic.
J.D. Powers gave this specific 525i a Consumer Rating of 8.8 out of 10.
Asking $7,000. Yes, it seems like a lot, but this car *really* has been exceptionally well cared for and is in fabulous condition. See the photos.
Also from J.D. Powers, their Long-term Dependability Ratings for this vehicle are:
4 out of 5 stars for Mechanical Dependability
4 out of 5 stars for Body and Interior Dependability
4 out of 5 stars for Feature and Accessory Dependability
I am negotiating to buy a new BMW X3 3.0 and insist on white.
My other car is a Boston Green 1996 328i.
For every time I wash the white 525i, I wash that green 328i three or four times! White looks good almost all the time. Dark colors look good only for the day you washed them. But they look *real* good that one day, don/t they??
It looks nice. It's a stick. I'm almost tempted. But it's white.
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