This next car is an interesting piece of technology — it came from the factory with a M57Y twin-turbo diesel engine that pushed 265 horsepower and 425 ft-lbs of torque through a SCR system and a large diesel particulate filter. The result was a clean diesel that pulled like a truck, but today’s example has had all of that backpressure increasing stuff removed and pushes over 300 horsepower and 500 ft-lbs of coal rolling black death into the air. Find this 2009 BMW X5 xDrive35d offered for $6600 in Rutland, VT via craigslist. Tip from Cory.
From the seller:
2009 BMW X5 35D
cylinders: 6 cylinders
title status: clean
09 BMW X535D, 6 cylinder turbo diesel, automatic transmission, all wheel drive. Beautiful car from down south. This diesel came stock with 2 turbos, 1 small and 1 large. 178k miles. It runs and drives great. I has a stage 2 tune, making over 300 hp and 500 ft lbs torque. And it gets from 18 to over 30 mpg. It has a full delete of DEF, EGR and SCR. Rawtek downpipe. It still has factory dual exhaust with 2 mufflers, and it sounds great. Not loud at all. 19″ factory alloy wheels. Tow package. Nice blue exterior, clear coat peeling on 1 fender. Interior is grey leather and is in good shape also. Panoramic sunroof, bluetooth, heated seats and steering wheel, 4 zone climate control, navigation. Drivers window switch not working. Check engine light on for a turbo boost leak.
Comes with $1000 in parts purchased over the last 6 months.
I bought new heavy duty intercooler hoses. Replaced 1 so far. The backordered hose finally came in.
Transmission refresh kit with euro spec synthetic oil, new transmission oil pan with built in filter and gasket.
Engine refresh kit with euro spec motor oil, oil filter, fuel filter, engine and cabin air filters.
I have a spare turbo for it. New Heater fan installed.
In the last few years this machine has had lots of maintenance. Comes with a large folder of maintenance records. Turbo was replaced, valve cover, upgraded crankshaft pulley (important upgrade).
Clean title in hand
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