Lot 147 - 1999 BMW 740i
|Odometer reading||57,856 miles|
|Result||Sold - £3,622|
The BMW E38 is the third generation of the BMW 7 Series, which was produced from April 1994 to 2001. The E38 was the first car available with curtain airbags. It was also the first European car to offer satellite navigation and the first BMW to offer an in-built television. Side tubular airbags were fitted as standard equipment. Other equipment includes electronic damper control, power sunroof, rain-sensing wipers, dual zone climate control, electric driver's seat adjustment and electric steering wheel adjustment. The sport package included a sport steering wheel, sports seats, sports suspension and unique wood trim for the interior.
Originally registered on 8th March 1999 this BMW has only covered 57,856 miles from new. The blue coachwork is in excellent order and the particularly spacious interior is finished in tan leather. The ergonomics of this flagship BMW’s is outstanding resulting in an effortless drive. Often used as chauffeur driven limousines, the BMW 7 Series offers comfort and smoothness in abundance. This well looked after example is supplied with the original handbooks, a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 29th August 2020. Described by the vendor as driving with no known faults this classy BMW looks as good today as it did when it was new 20 years ago.
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