2003 BMW 525i Touring (E39)
Desirable 3-owner E39 525 Touring in appealing M-sport spec with staggered M-Pars, bodykit and auto/tiptronic transmission showing 109,900 miles
Supplied new by Ocean BMW of Torbay, Devon in March 2003 this smart, face-lift E39 generation 5-series comes to us in Touring guise with the desirable and optional Sport pack featuring factory lowered suspension with Bilstein dampers and black headlining.
Finished in Titan Silver and wearing a discreet M-Sport body-kit the car rides on its original staggered fitment M-Parallel alloy wheels which set the car off beautifully giving it a muscular, purposeful look.
Inside, we find a black leather interior with Sports seats offering more support than those of the SE with manual adjustment, silver trim, dual zone digital climate control with A/C, cruise control, multi-function steering wheel and BMW radio/cassette player. At the boot end, we see the split tail gate with lift-up glass section and plastic load liner.
Under the bonnet, we find the proven M54B25 2.5 litre six cylinder petrol engine developing 189bhp and 245NM of torque driving the rear wheels via 5-speed automatic/steptronic transmission with Sports mode and rack and pinion steering.
The history file includes the V5C showing just 2 previous keepers to our vendor, the owner’s pack and service book revealing 8 stamps, the last in March 2020 at 97,527 miles – the car currently showing a modest 109,899 miles. Furthermore, the file includes 2 old V5C’s, 3 old MOTs, couple of invoices and purchase receipt from when our vendor bought the car in April 2019 at 90,839 miles – he having covered 19,000 miles during his tenure. The current MOT runs until February 2022 with no advisories recorded.
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Reg No: WJ03USG
Chassis Number: WBAD542040BZ425540
Engine Number: 31132919
Engine Size: 2494
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 8 stamps; few invoices; 3 old MOTs; MOT February 2022 with no advisories
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