Selling a 1971 BMW 2000 Sedan

 

1971 BMW 2000 Sedan

A full decade had come and gone since Bavarian Motor Works had first unveiled its New Class sedans to a largely unsuspecting public. The 1961 debut of BMW’s 1500 series made a sizable splash in and of itself, but what was to come would soon render that unveiling and the 1500 itself fairly modest by comparison. Soaring sales, constant technological and performance improvements, and a good deal of respect within the car manufacturing community had made the preceding ten years an ongoing boon for BMW. Thus the 1971 BMW 2000 Sedan was as much a case of predictable excellence as it was a testament to BMW’s engineering brilliance and design intuitiveness. With its maximized 2-liter motor, a trim-rich exterior, and the safe ride offered therein, the 1971 BMW 2000 Sedan was everything its manufacturer had been working towards since the 1500 had been employed to whet the public’s appetite for excellent German engineering.

The road to the 1970s had been jointly paved by the 1800 series and its successor the 2000. Having appeared in 1963, the 1800 was experiencing its sales zenith when the 2000 was released a few years later. This passing of the baton took time to fully materialize, as the 1800 series continued to enjoy excellent sales throughout the 1960s. But by the time the 1971 BMW 2000 Sedan went into full production, the 1800 was at the end of its road. Put simply, the 2000 offered a higher degree of class, measurably greater power, and an all-around performance upgrade which none could legitimately deny. Modern drivers will recognize the trademark BMW engine strength and remarkable handling, even if the Bavarians have continued to improve their designs with each passing year. BMW 2000 sellers have a straightforward case to make in arguing for top-dollar.

1971 BMW 2000 Sedan Seller’s Guide

 

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