2007 BMW 650i Sport (E63)

From a deceased estate; pre-facelift example showing under 116k miles with 10 services to date, the last only 200 miles ago; new rear tyres; heated seats; super-smooth 4.8 V8 with 362bhp; cost over £57k new; very tidy all round

A worthy rival to the Jaguar XK, the Mercedes SL and even the increasingly lardy Porsche 911, the BMW 6 Series (E63) was launched in 2003 and stayed in production until 2010 with a minor facelift in late 2007. A luxury GT designed by Adrian van Hooydonk, it was a big car available as a coupe or a convertible but kept its weight down by use of aluminium doors and bonnet and carbon-reinforced plastic front wings and boot.

Five engines were available from the smallest 3.0 diesel to the largest 5.0 V10 petrol in the top-of-the-range M6. The 650i (as here) had a creamy smooth 4.8 V8 which produced 362bhp and 361lb/ft of torque allied to a six-speed automatic gearbox which made it good for 0-60 in 5.5 seconds with a top speed limited to 155mph. The Sport version also had larger 19” wheels, an M Sport steering wheel, sports seats and birch wood cockpit trimmings.
Wonderfully quick and refined, the 650i Sport cost over £57k new and, at just a tenth of that amount, it makes a mighty tempting second-hand buy today.

Supplied new by MLG BMW of Chiswick in August 2007, this pre-facelift 650i Sport looks very impressive in black with a black leather interior and is packed with all the luxuries you would expect of this flagship Coupe including heated front seats.

It has covered 115,800 miles to date in the hands of five owners, the current since September 2020, with a good service history comprising 10 stamps in the book, the last less than 200 miles ago in March 2022. Recently fitted with new rear tyres, it has an MOT to October 2022 and retains all its original handbooks in the leather BMW wallet.

On offer here from a deceased estate, it appears to be in generally good order throughout and has been starting instantly and running beautifully as we have moved it around on site. 

For more information contact James on 07970 309907 or email james.dennison@brightwells.com

Reg No: MH07AVO
Chassis Number: WBAEH12020CP49234
Engine Number: 50723991
Engine Size: 4799cc
Docs: V5C; MOT Oct 2022; MOT history print-out; handbooks; service book with 10 stamps

Sale Section & Buyers Premium (ex VAT): Car 12%, Minimum £150

Estimate: £4,750-5,750

Lot 25

Lot ended

Thursday 12/05/2022

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