This perfect 2012 BMW 550i Gran Turismo was purchased new by myself April 8th, 2014. So the full warranty and full maintenance plan of years/50,000 miles started on that in-service date and ends in April of 2018! This is like buying 2014, but the price is much less. These GT's didn't sell in large volume because, 1) They confused people bit. Over in Europe Hatchbacks are all the rage, but here we just aren't sure. Of course now you are starting to see lot of "rounded" hump vehicles coming out, like the Panamera and the new Mercedes crossover. 2) They cost more than regular 550i. This car is actually series car. The wheelbase is the same, it is much wider than 550i, and the rear seat room is huge. Even the dash looks more like series. Bigger cars cost more, so you can think of this as discounted 750i with hatch and power folding rear seats that allow lot of room for cargo. Please check the pictures for the winder sticker that shows all the features...there is not much left off this one. Convenience Package $1700- Power Tailgate- Comfort Access keyless entry- Soft-close automatic doors Driver's Assistance Package $3500- Automatic High Beams- Lane Departure Warning- Active Blind Spot Detection- Side and Top View Cameras- Head's Up Display Luxury Seating Package $1500- Power side window shades- Front ventilated seats- Active front seats Luxury Rear Seating Package $3500- Rear ventilated seats- Rear comfort seats- 4-zone climate control M Sport Package $4200- 19" Alloy V-spoke wheels (upgrade below)- steering wheel- Aerodynamic kit- Shadowline exterior trim- Anthracite headliner 2NX Double Spoke Alloy wheels 20"x 8.5" front, 20" 10" rear $750 Value Package- Satellite radio- Premium Hi-Fi (Amazing) Heated front seats $500Heated rear seats includedSmartphone integration includedBMW Apps $250Destination $895 MSRP $82,045.00 This car is loaded and amazing. The head's up display is so nice. It has cameras all around, top view, and even really clear side (curb) view cameras. I guess they are for parking, just like turning them on in the car wash! lol So, love BMW's and really like this car, however am selling it to get into, think, small Lexus. Before you take my Man Card, work from home now and only drive about 7000 miles per year. I am turning 49 next month and although still consider myself "car guy", just don't have use for super high performance twin turbo V8. I can't believe just said that, but guess things do change as you get older. I am not racing around anymore, hell rarely speed. So to have this luxury beast just sitting in the garage bothers me. My wife was going to take it, but we really need an SUV in the family....we have two kids.....and although this GT has more room in the back seat for the kids than her Mercedes GL450, we need to extra "truck" space in the back for luggage and crazy Costco runs. So she gets new SUV and get an economy car since don't drive much. I mentioned all the features of this car, but have to mention the one that surprised me the most. The Hi-Fi upgraded sound system is insane. I have owned few BMW's with my 2008 M5 (with $100k sticker) having an amazing sound system. Well, have to say, do believe this one is better. The two subwoofers put out bass that is so deep but so clean, want to take this thing to stereo competitions...but never would, I'm almost 49. And the best sound comes from the bluetooth connection, go figure. So no car is perfect, especially one that has been driven, even as little as 18k miles. There are four imperfections. I suppose the worst is the scrapes on the passenger side front fender at the very bottom. I have close up picture listed. I was parking at my inlaws and barely scraped up against my Mom-in-love's cement gnome by her plants. It is not real bad and always meant to have it fixed, but it is so low that don't see it often. I never liked gnomes and now really don't. There is small indention right in the middle of the bottom of the rear apron. It was there from when got it. I am almost sure it was car carrier strap. I am pretty picky, but it is really hard to see and since it is perfectly centered, it almost looks like part of the trim styling. Super hard to notice. There is small scrape on the rear liftgate from where it raised up in my garage and didn't stop the door in time and it touched my garage door. .25" spot that you can see in some of the photos. Touch up paint will fix it.And actually noticed this one after got it back from BMW for regular service. I very light dent on the gas door. I tried to get pictures of it, but couldn't get it to show. It is very light, but with black you see everything. So wanted you to know it is there. And guess should mention the normal little nicks on the front end from little rocks, etc. Much of that can be buffed, but it is hard to avoid all of that. I almost bought the clear front protection, but it pretty expensive. Anyway, normal stuff there. The rest is all good. If you have ever been in or bought year old BMW, you know that they almost always still look, smell, and feel new. This one is no exception. We have no pets, the kids car seats are in the SUV so they weren't in it and like said, never drove much. So there will be no surprises. The best part of this car is that you will have the original BMW bumper to bumper warranty until April 2018, and BMW's full service paid though April of 2018. Oil changes, new wiper blades, any service it needs....all paid up. A fully loaded $82,000 BMW for well over half price. I have bought and sold couple of cars on Ebay and it was simple and easy. And of course Ebay totally guarantees your purchase up to $50,000! So Ebay has your back, but even better, BMW fully stands behind this car. They have all the records in their system and can answer questions as well.
Ebay only lets me put up 24 pictures...I have lots more, showing more details like the wheels (no scuffs at all), I will try to add link to my Google Photos to see the rest, or just ask for them! I can email the link. And have the title in hand. If you have any questions or need more photos or anything, am here to help. As you see from my feedback, don't sell junk and seriously want you happy. Hopefully if can get around what am asking for this car, can get into GS Lexus and not the girly IS. Please help me keep my Man Card! My Ego thanks you. :-) As an incentive, will pay for and manage the shipping and delivery of the car to most any location in the U.S.! My cell: 214-395-1196 Brad
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