2000 BMW 320CI Cabriolet (E46)

Tidy 4-owner 66,571 mile pre-facelift cabriolet with manual 'box, desirable factory hard-top and silky 2.2 litre 6-pot under the bonnet

Dating from November 2000, this earlier pre-facelift E46 3-series Cabriolet is finished in Titan Silver and rides on its original 7-spoke 16-inch alloy wheels and features the hugely desirable, expensive cost option (when new) factory removable hard-top.

The car comes to us in 320CI SE guise, featuring the silky smooth 2.2 litre M54B22 straight-six engine developing 167bhp driving the rear wheels via 5-speed manual transmission. As an SE spec car, the focus is more on comfort than sporting prowess with softer damping and less aggressive styling with acres of grey leather inside and walnut trim with electric seat adjustment with driver memory, front fog lights, fully automated electric soft-top with heated glass rear screen, traction control, on-board computer, digital climate control with AC, multi-function steering wheel, cruise control, BMW Business Radio/cassette with CD changer in the boot and useful (removable) wind deflector.

Showing just 66,571 miles this low mileage example presents well, with but a couple of minor cosmetic marks inline with its age. Within the history file, we find the V5C showing just 3 former keepers, the owner’s pack, 2 old MOTs and heap of routine maintenance invoices dating back to 2002 with the most recent documented lube service in August 2016 at 26,613 miles. The current MOT is valid until September 2022 with no advisories recorded and shows the car to have covered the bulk of its lower mileage in the past few years.

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Reg No: X277UYW
Chassis Number: WBABS12000JX80143
Engine Number: 28989604
Engine Size: 2200CC
Docs: V5C; owner's pack; invoices; 2 old MOTs; MOT Sept 2022 with no advisories

Estimate: £4,000+

Lot 122

Lot ended

Thursday 16/09/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

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