Ready to be the coolest family at the soccer game? Trade in that minivan and pick up the team in this fast, stylish and comfortable 2002 BMW X5. This sports wagon seats three in the back (and one in the front) and has plenty of rear cargo capacity for whatever you’re hauling – from soccer bags to weekend getaway gear.
At our auto auction on Saturday, March 19th, you can bid on your own BMW X5, which is this week’s featured car. The interior’s light beige leather is not only luxurious, but also easy to clean. Known as “The Ultimate Driving Machine” the all-wheel drive X5 was BMW’s first crossover SUV (Sports Activity Vehicle). This car was the result of company’s bold prediction that the minivan market was softening. Its mechanics are based on the luxury 5 Series, or the “Five-er” as it is known in car circles.
BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke) was founded 100 years ago, almost to the day (March 7, 1916) in Germany (BMW is as old as Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries now!). Originally an aircraft manufacturer during World War I, BMW was forced to leave the airplane business by the terms of the Versailles Armistice Treaty. They immediately transitioned into motorcycle production and automobiles in 1928.
The auto auction is open to the public every Saturday beginning with registration at 8 a.m. The auction starts promptly at 9 a.m. So grab your coffee and get down to 10600 Springfield Pike, Woodlawn, Ohio and bid on this exceptional BMW X5.