2002 BMW 318CI Cabriolet (E46)
Smart, pre-facelift one lady-owner 2.0-litre petrol automatic/tiptronic cabriolet with nice spec showing just 75,725 miles
Supplied new by Lind Ltd BMW in February 2002 this pre-facelift E46 series 318 CI Cabriolet is finished in delightful Topaz blue with matching blue mohair hood and heated glass rear screen with contrasting beige leather interior and 5-speed automatic/tiptronic transmission. Power comes from a 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine developing 140bhp giving ample performance without the consumption of the thirstier six-pots. It has had one lady-owner from new and with only 75,725 miles on the clock, its one to snap up and tuck away with summer enjoyment on the cards – ensuring it stays as pristine as it is now. Inside, we find electric seats with driver’s memory, cruise control, multi-function steering wheel, BMW Business sound system with CD player, digital automatic climate control with AC, electric mirrors and traction control. Of course, the folding soft-top is fully automatic in operation. The history file includes the V5c, service book with seven stamps, plus a further five hand written entries for services undertaken by Quickfit, the last in November 2020 at 75,117 miles which included a new battery. There are a further four stamps by BMW dealers, three for brake fluid changes and one for coolant last carried out in 2011 on both counts. In addition, we find a VOSA MOT history print-out showing the current MOT is valid until August 2021 with two minor advisories recorded and all 3 keys. Ready to be enjoyed immediately top up, or top down. Just look after it and keep it in the same super condition we find it in today and the investment value should speak for itself. For more info contact [email protected]
Reg No: GN02OAE
Chassis Number: WBABP72070EM27153
Engine Number: A938G644
Engine Size: 1995
Docs: V5C, VOSA MOT history print-out, service book with 7 Stamps+ 4 + 5 further entires; MOT August 2021 with 2 advisories; 3 keys
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