2002 BMW 318CI Cabriolet (E46)

Attractive three-owner E46 cabriolet with 143bhp 2.0 engine, manual 'box showing just 83,000 miles in a lovely colour combination

Supplied new in November 2002 by Broad Oak BMW of Kent, this smart Grey-green pre-facelift E46 generation 3-series cabriolet comes to us in popular 318Ci guise, powered by a 2.0 N42-B20 in-line 4-cylinder engine developing 143bhp giving ample performance, and is mated here to 5-speed manual transmission driving the rear wheels.

Showing 83,000 miles covered by its three owners, the car presents well and appears in stock, unmolested form, wearing its original 7-spoke 16inch alloy wheels. Inside, we find matching green/green cloth interior which looks very smart and electric seat operation with memory function for the driver, rear parking sensors, useful wind deflector, traction control, automatic digital climate control with A/C, original BMW sound system, multi-function steering wheel with cruise control and fully automatic electric Mohair soft top with heated glass rear screen.

Within the history file, we find the V5C showing just two previous owners to the current of 4 years, owner’s pack and service book with 8 service stamps plus 1 hand-written entry inc. PDI, the last in January 2019 at 63,228 miles with a further 4 stamps for brake fluid changes and 1 for Coolant (all by BMW main dealers). In addition, we find the current MOT valid until November 2021 with 4 advisories recorded.

In very nice order, with but a few marks to the inner door pull handles and temporary repair to the nearside wing mirror mount, the car represents appealing value given its mileage, low ownership and colour scheme/spec.

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Reg No: GF52TZG
Chassis Number: WBABP72040JY89662
Engine Number: A328G819
Engine Size: 1995
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 8 stamps +4 others; MOT November 2021 with 4 advisories

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 71

Lot ended

Wednesday 23/06/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

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