^Wow, just wow. Definitely one from the latest generation or two.
OP - you give the impression you're expecting an expeditious affair. Understand this would be inversely proportional to garnering top dollar. In addition, from that which you've presented, pros for the vehicle are the above average looking condition and low mileage. Contras are better summed up in one word: documentation. It's simple. To acquire the heftiest take, you'll need to produce verifiable service history by way of invoices, receipts, etc. or point your prospective buyer to the most longevous caretaker for the car. Anything short of this will also severely limit said "top dollar."
IMO, from what we've been shown, the "euro" mystique doesn't apply here as it seems your father chose to go with mostly American flavored bells and whistles. Most likely these were considered options back in the motherland so the "over the barrel" routine is two-fold, marked up add-ons at purchase and value degradation when sold. Specifically, upholstery material, window mechanisms, ACC mechanisms, headlamps, etc. are of the state-side variety and undesirable amongst the crowd who salivates over "euro refinements." For the most part European vehicles tend to be utilitarian. Again, just my two cents on selling that angle.
Lastly, previously stated valuations seem entirely realistic and at risk of being too obvious, your effort towards increasing the sales exposure for the car is second only in importance to presenting verifiable service history. The fleabay seems your best bet. GLWS.