Would you buy a 2005 BMW X5 12500 pre sales inspection leaking transfer case, oil pan gasket leak, valve cover gasket leak, hood strut no good, brake friction 40% tires 50% total to repair $1545.42
Would you buy a 2005 BMW X5 12,500 pre sales inspection leaking transfer case, oil pan gasket leak, valve cover gasket leak, hood strut no good, brake friction 40% tires 50% total to repair $1545.42 otherwise car beautiful
you are asking for opinions here, mine is NO. But then again I wouldn't buy a 2014 BMW for 20% of dealer invoice.
Depends on price, my ability to get repairs and my ability to handle such repairs in future. Vehicle probably not well maintained so more issues await.
repair costs were my issue whether used or new.
Those issues are all DIY-able. How many miles and how is the rest of the vehicle? It is already 9 years old. Even if you pay someone to do all that stuff, $1550 isn't that bad as long as the shop is trustworthy and they do a good job. Some shops are crap and will break things while trying to fix others. Get other quotes and opinions on shops first if you won't DIY.
I am a bmw tech.is 12500 mileage or price? If its mileage you can't have all this problems.price quote very low.oil pan rarely leaks.possible oil filter housing seal.valve cover defntily.Have a second opinion.
The cost of the BMW X5 2005 is 11,500 and the mileage is 80,000
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