1996 BMW 325 TDS (E36)
Uncommonly unmolested and rare to see 2.5 turbodiesel automatic saloon showing just 75,604 miles by its 4 owners, the current since 2002
Supplied new in February 1996 by Lesley H Trainer & Son Limited BMW , this smart E36 generation 325 TDS saloon comes to us in SE spec and is finished in attractive Montreal Blue and sits on its original 15-inch 15-hole flat face alloy wheels with factory mudflaps and has remained remarkably unmolested.
Inside, we find charcoal cloth trim, electric windows front and back, electric sunroof, OBC (on-board trip computer), front fog lights, central locking, electric mirrors and Sony CD player. The car shows just 75,604 miles which is uncommonly low for a car of this type and age - it presenting very well both inside and out.
Under the bonnet, we find the proven M51D25 6-cylinder turbo diesel engine with inter-cooler producing 141bhp driving the rear wheels via 5-speed automatic transmission with Sports, Economy and Winter modes giving excellent torque and admirable economy.
Within the history file, we see the V5C showing 3 former keepers to the current of 19 years, the owner’s pack with service book revealing an impressive 18 stamps including PDI, the most recent in September 2020 at 75,565 miles. The last 9 stamps are all by the same garage and the previous 9 are all by BMW main dealers (supplying dealer & Dick Lovett) plus a selection of invoices for routine service and maintenance works undertaken dating back to 1997, 4 old MOTs and current valid until September 2022 with no advisories recorded.
A glance at the MOT history indicates the car has covered less than 500 miles in the last 6 years. Ready to be enjoyed, its unlikely to find another 325 TDS in this order with under 80,000 miles on the clock – one to be cherished.
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Reg No: K3JBM
Chassis Number: WBACCA2030EN50527
Engine Number: 32048237
Engine Size: 2498
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 18 stamps; invoices; 4 old MOTs; current MOT Sept 2022
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