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Vehicle Details

Vehicle
BMW X5 I SAV E53
Year
2004
Body
SUV
Seats
5
Origin
New Zealand New
Colour
Blue
Transmission
Automatic
Drive
Four Wheel Drive
Odometer
171,189 km   History
Fuel
Petrol
Engine
2,979 cc
WOF Expiry
29/08/2020
Reg Expiry
01/01/2020

Important Information

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Key Vehicle Features

  • Tow Bar
  • Leather Trim
  • Cruise Control
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Steering Wheel Controls
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A 2004 BMW X5 I SAV E53 with WOF until 29/08/2020 and registration until 01/01/2020?

This New Zealand new SUV has done 171,189 Kms and has had 4 owners.

After a bit of traction? This X5 is the 4WD model.

Ready for work, this Petrol BMW comes with a tow bar.

** PLEASE NOTE - VEHICLE IS SOLD AS A WRECKED VEHICLE AS REQUIRES W.O.F REPAIRS IN ORDER TO BE FIT FOR USE ON THE ROAD **

** WE RECOMMEND VIEWING AND TEST DRIVING BEFORE BIDDING **

All Vehicle Features

ABS Brakes
AC - Air Conditioning
AC - Dual Zone
Air Bags - Multi
Alloy Wheels
Central Locking
Compact Disc
Cruise Control
Electric Seats
Leather Trim
Parking Sensors - Front
Parking Sensors - Rear
Remote Locking
Steering Wheel Controls
Tow Bar

Vehicle Star Ratings

Fuel Efficiency
Fuel Consumption
12.9 litres per 100 km
Yearly Cost
$3,610.00* Cost per year based on price per litre of petrol $2.00 and an average distance of 14000 km
CO2 Emissions
Carbon Dioxide Emissions
296.00 grams/km
Annual Emissions
4.15 tonnes Annual emissions are based on an average distance travelled of 14,000 Km
Air Pollution
Based on EUR3 testing regime Vehicles rated as when new
Vehicle Safety
UCSR SAFETY Based on UCSR rating for 01-06 models Provided by RightCar

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Additional Information

Vin WBAFA12050LW01586
Turners Ref 19783873
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