2003 BMW 330CI SE (E46)
Tidy 3.0-litre straight-six coupe in face-lift SE spec with full black leather, automatic/tiptronic and just 73,839 miles
Supplied new by Wood of Bournemouth in the summer of 2003 (June for those in doubt we have a summer here) this smart E46 3-series Coupe comes in range topping (bar the M3) 3.0-litre straight-six petrol guise, known as the 330CI. Mated to BMW's excellent 5-speed automatic/tiptronic gearbox with Sport mode, its a well-made and respected match for the torquey 228bhp engine.
Finished here in Titan Silver and sitting on attractive 17" 5-spoke alloy wheels, this example comes in SE spec with full grey leather with electric adjustment and driver's memory function, walnut trim, automatic headlights, cruise control, OBC (on-board computer), BMW Business radio casette and CD changer, traction control, digital climate control with AC, electric mirrors, windows and sunroof.
Showing just 73,839 miles, the car has covered a relatively low mileage for its age and type, evidently being well looked after the car feels very fresh and tidy with six owners recorded on the V5C. The owner's pack includes the service book showing 8 stamps including PDI, the last at 69,287 miles in December 2019 by Halfords Autocentre, Weymouth. In addition we find the original glove-box torch present, complete tool kit present, a current MOT valid until December 2021 with two advisories for factory
undertray fitted (?!) and fuel filler seal cracking in addition to a Sorn notice and VOSA MOT history print-out.
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Reg No: HF03CLY
Chassis Number: WBABD52030PM07113
Engine Number: 35495325
Engine Size: 2979
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 7 stamps; VOSA MOT history; MOT December 2021 with 2 advisories
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