Used 2005 BMW Values

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(Model years 2018 - 1952 including exotics and classic cars)
An entry-level luxury sports car, the 2005 BMW 3-series is the smallest member of the BMW lineup and is available as a two-door convertible, four-door sedan, or a sports wagon.
A mid-size luxury sports sedan with seating for five, the 2005 BMW 5-Series are well-equipped and available with a range of power; from 215 hp up to 325 hp depending on the engine.
The 2005 BMW 6-Series is a luxury two-door sports car with seating for four passengers and it is available as a coupe or a convertible.
A full-size luxury sedan, the 2005 BMW 7-Series is the largest sedan in the lineup, seating five passengers comfortably, and is exceptionally well-equipped.
Available with two engine choices and standard AWD, the 2005 BMW X3-Series is a compact crossover SUV with room for five passengers.
The 2005 BMW X5-Series is a mid-size SUV that seats five passengers, is available with your choice of three different engines, and comes standard with AWD.
A two-door convertible sports car, the 2005 BMW Z4 seats two passengers and is available with 184 hp or 225 hp, depending on whether you choose the 2.5i or the 3.0i.

With only modest changes for 2005, the BMW vehicle range continues to provide a well-rounded representation of performance and luxury. The 2005 BMW 7 Series is the recipient of a new level of available comfort and convenience technologies. Added entertainment choice is offered through an optional rear passenger DVD entertainment system while a new Comfort Access feature allows easy unlocking and starting of the 7 Series without even touching the key fob. On the 7 Series as well as on the BMW X5 crossover vehicle, front and rear obstacle detection technology is available to provide an extra layer of safer maneuvering. A major redesign is expected for the 3 Series for 2006. For 2005 BMW 3 Series, power moonroof is standard on fixed roof models.