2004 BMW 318CI SE Cabriolet
Registration LK04 YDN
First Registration date 18/03/2004
Lovely convertible face-lift 2.0 in SE spec with manual 'box, full black leather and just 76,141 miles
Suppliew new by Sytner BMW of Chigwell in March 2004 and finished in attractive Mystic Blue metallic with blue hood and black leather interior this car still looks very much the part, the E46 3-series cabriolet dating particuarly well for a modern car.
Specified new in more comfortable SE guise, the car features the 2.0 litre four-cylinder engine developing 140bhp driving the rear wheels via 5-speed manual transmission giving ample performance. We note the car has retained its original 7-spoke 16inch alloy wheels wearing a very good set of Pirelli P7 Cinturo tyres giving a comfortable ride unlike so many retro-fitted with huge wheels and rubber band tyres that spoil the ride quality.
Inside we find electric memory driver's seat, electric passenger seat, sports style trim, traction control, SE spec leather seats, multi-function steering wheel with cruise control, electric windows, electric mirrors, trip computer and digital automatic climate control with AC and of course the electric retractable soft-top.
Within the history file we find the V5C showing just one previous owner to the current lady owner of 14 years, 2 keys, current MOT valid until March 2022 with just 2 minor advisories recorded for 'brake hose slightly deteriorated' to both front sides, the owner's pack and service book revealing 7 stamps including PDI, the last an Inspection II at 75,532 miles in May 2020 by FD Mechanics which also included rear pads and a further 2 stamps for brake fluid changes, last stamped in January 2019 at 72,790 miles. The car currently shows just 76,141 miles.
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Reg No: LK04YDN
Chassis Number: WBABY72050PP55060
Engine Number: A173H155
Engine Size: 1995
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 7 stamps + 2 further; 2 keys; MOT March 2022
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