This Alpine White 2008 Alpina B7 is based on a BMW model that everyone loves to hate.
The seller installed the 5-speed manual transmission in place of the original automatic .
The new performance SUVs are based on the X3 and X4 and feature BMW’s quad-turbo 3.0-liter diesel .
Challenging M Division’s finest is no easy task, but, at least on paper, the B5 has all it takes.
The BMW Alpina B7 rockets from 0-62 mph in just 3.7 seconds.
That’s “billion,” with a capital B – and just goes to show how beneficial the synergies are to the automakers in the Alliance.
An Alpina XD5 would serve as a suitable foil to the new BMW X5 M50d and big brother to the XD3/XD4… if only they’d make one.
Diesels are falling out of favor but Alpina has faith in them.
Alpina’s latest B7 is one of the world’s most comfortable and fastest accelerating cars.
There are many options to choose from when buying a used BMW Touring model.
Just under 100 HP separate these two Autobahn conquerors.
Seller is asking for just under $60,000 for this limited edition Alpina B10 V8 estate from the early 2000s.