BMW 550I 2007 218000 KM, Prix12500.-.
BMW 550I 2007 218000 KM, 12500.- BMW 550i Expertisé Siège chauffants Réglage siège automatique Censor parking GPS 367cv Jante 19… encore quatre pour inver Três Bonne état. 2007 BMW 550i As in 2006, the ‘07 5 Series lineup consists of six models, five sedans and a sports wagon with a mix of rear-drive or all-wheel-drive configurations. The two entry-level models, the rear-drive 525i Sedan and the all-wheel-drive 525xi Sedan, are powered by BMW’s N52 aluminum/magnesium composite inline-6 in 215-hp form. The 530i and AWD 530xi Sedans include additional standard equipment and the 255-hp version of BMW’s inline-6. BMW’s 530xi Sport Wagon features the same drivetrain and equipment as the 530xi sedan, with the additional cargo capacity and utility of a traditional wagon. The V-8-powered 550i Sedan sports a 4.8-liter V-8 with 360-hp and an array of standard features including full leather interior and Park Distance Control. This year all BMW automobiles and SAVs include BMW Ultimate Service, which includes 4 year, unlimited mileage Roadside Assistance, 4 year / 50,000 mile New Vehicle Limited Warranty and the BMW Maintenance Program at no extra cost. In addition, all 5 Series BMWs also include a 4 year membership in BMW Assist Safety Services as standard Adding a new dimension to nighttime driving security BMW’s adoption of leading-edge lighting systems goes back more than two decades, with the introduction of projector-beam halogen headlamps on the 1986 7 Series. Six years later the 1993 750iL became the first to offer xenon headlights, which quickly became the industry benchmark for night driving. With Night Vision, BMW becomes the first to adopt Far Infra-Red (FIR) thermal techology to extend the driver’s vision past what conventional lighting systems can provide. The FIR thermal imaging camera covers a range almost twice as far as other systems. Simply put, Night Vision provides a new dimension of optical perception when driving at night. A thermal imaging camera detects people, animals and objects in front of the car before they become visible in the headlights. The image generated by the system is transmitted to the central Control Display within the car. Objects are presented with increasing brightness as a function of the heat detected by the camera – therefore making humans and animals particularly conspicuous.