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This Once Beautiful BMW Gets Crushed (5 pics)

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  • 24 Apr, 2014  |
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Having a BMW must feel really good but unfortunately at some point all good things must come to an end. See what happens when a BMW reaches the end of its lifespan.

1 This Once Beautiful BMW Gets Crushed (5 pics)


2 This Once Beautiful BMW Gets Crushed (5 pics)


3 This Once Beautiful BMW Gets Crushed (5 pics)


4 This Once Beautiful BMW Gets Crushed (5 pics)


5 This Once Beautiful BMW Gets Crushed (5 pics)


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№1 Author: Nick1090 (24 Apr 2014 02:45) Total user comments: 1253


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The X5 is a piece of shit, be even though, it must have been destroyed for another reason, not just because it came to the end of its life. Loads of spare parts on it for other cars.
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№2 Author: veror (24 Apr 2014 02:52) Total user comments: 303


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hell no!, poor X3 (or X5?) :33:
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№3 Author: kryptor (24 Apr 2014 03:12) Total user comments: 4700


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Depends on when it was crushed.
If it was in 2009, it might have been done as part of the ill-fated 'Cash for Clunkers' program.
You weren't allowed to use any of the good parts from the vehicle.
Everything had to be destroyed.
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№4 Author: adzhoe (24 Apr 2014 04:56) Total user comments: 15016


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I think it had something to do with illegal smuggeling, the car was working order. Can't recall what country.
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№5 Author: cynic_male (24 Apr 2014 05:54) Total user comments: 188


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Wouldn't you give it to the fire department to practice cutting people out of cars?
Most of the ones they use are old clangers ... at least they could practice on newer models
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№6 Author: rere (24 Apr 2014 07:29) Total user comments: 0


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It was flooded and since the insurance company paid the compensation to the dealership - the car was taken and needed to be destroyed. Other than that - it's not beautiful at all...
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№7 Author: Tomaz86 (24 Apr 2014 16:14) Total user comments: 10817


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This to me is sad :11:
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№8 Author: rennermartins (24 Apr 2014 17:16) Total user comments: 222


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NOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!! :34:
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№9 Author: treeman22tyger (24 Apr 2014 18:06) Total user comments: 95


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Nick1090,

I take it you have had personal experience of owning an X5 to make a statement like that have you???

I have owned one and I think they are great cars!
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№10 Author: Lu (24 Apr 2014 20:15) Total user comments: 15100


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Still looked in good nic though.
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№11 Author: Phynix4 (24 Apr 2014 21:22) Total user comments: 5461


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they dont crush floodes cars, they sell them to resellers. I was in a hurricane in '88 (Hugo, Charleston, SC) and Katrina, (Biloxi, MS '05) Even after insurance wrote them off, tons of cars were sold to resellers to refit, scrap parts and so on. Hell, did you even see the rims on that vehicle? Those are not cheap tires or rims....
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№12 Author: Mike Hawk (25 Apr 2014 01:24) Total user comments: 0


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Pre-production cars are destroyed.
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№13 Author: Nick1090 (25 Apr 2014 05:03) Total user comments: 1253


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treeman22tyger,

I'm glad you were happy with your car. However, when I wanted a sports car I brought a MX5, small and agile (I'm not a millionaire so cant afford a Ferrari) When I wanted an off roader, I brought a Land Rover.

Made by a sports car company, it was neither sporty as it was too high, nor good off road. due to its lack of low gear range, diff lock and "Sports" tyres. Any off road capabilities it had were electronics stolen from Land Rover, while BMW owned the company for a short while.


BMW X5
As with all the models in our list of used cars to avoid, BMW
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