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2018 BMW X1 2.8i|REAR CAM|PANO ...

2018 BMW X1 2.8i|REAR CAM|PANO ROOF|X-DRIVE|PARKING SENSORS
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  • Price: $39,899
  • Make: BMW
  • Model: X1 2.8i|REAR CAM|PANO ROOF|X-DRIVE|PARKING SENSORS
  • Year: 2018
  • Mileage: 13,000 km
  • Transmission: automatic
  • Drive Type: awd
  • Vehicle Passengers: 5
  • Doors: 4
  • Ext. Color: white
  • Int. Color: black
  • Engine: 2 liters
  • Stock no.: F92636
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***ACCIDENT FREE, ONTARIO VEHICLE*** FINANCE WITH $500 DOWN AT 4.99% ONLY $295 BI-WEEKLY 84 MONTH OPEN LOAN O.A.C. NO PAYMENTS FOR 6 MONTHS*** White on Black Leather Interior, 2.8i, 2.0L, 4CYL Turbo, X-Drive (AWD), Loaded with Back-Up Camera, Panoramic Roof, Parking Distance Sensors, LED Headlights, Comfort Access with Keyless Push Button Start, ECO Stop/Start Mode, Heated Steering Wheel, Power Heated Memory Seats, Bluetooth Phone & Audio Connection, USB Input, Adjustable Sport, Comfort & ECO Pro Driving Modes, Dual-Zone Auto Climate Control, Keyless Entry. All vehicle's can be Certified & E-Tested for an additional $599, if not Certified & E-Test then as per OMVIC Regulations the vehicle is deemed to be not drivable, not e-tested, and not certified. Cost of Borrowing Example: For every $1,000 financed at 4.99% over a 60 month term cost of borrowing would be $131 total over 60 months. If qualify for 6 months no payments, payments are deferred and added to the loan.

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