2002 BMW 330Ci Convertible (E46)
Only 62,600 miles with good history; three owners from new, the current since 2011; heated seats; recent new brake discs and pads all round and new rear shocks; a smart example of this sporting drop-top
The BMW 3 Series E46 ran from 1998 – 2004 with a facelift in 2001 when the 328i version was replaced by the 330Ci. This had a 3.0 straight-six producing 231bhp and 300Nm which made it good for 0-60 in 7.5 seconds (with automatic transmission, as here) and a top speed of 155mph.
Sold new by Dunedin BMW in March 2002, this BMW 330Ci Convertible has had three owners to date, the current lady owner acquiring the car in June 2011 and putting on her personalised number plate, X60 MEC. Now registered as SK02 EUF, it has covered 62,620 miles with a good service history comprising four stamps in the book, the last at 42,178 miles in June 2010.
We are told that it has been serviced since then but there are no invoices or stamps to confirm this, although the service indicator predicts that the car is due another oil service in 15,400 miles. A note on file states that within the last 1,000 miles it has been fitted with new brake discs and pads all round, a new N/S front caliper and new rear shock absorbers.
An automatic model with manual/sport mode and heated front seats, the car looks very clean and tidy. Starting promptly and running well as we have moved it around on site, it has an MOT until August 2023 with just a couple of advisories (o/s/f lower suspension arm pin or bush worn; slight oil leak n/s/r of engine). The electric hood is in good condition and functions as it should. It comes with all its original handbooks and two sets of keys.
For more information contact James on 07970 309907 or email [email protected]
Reg No: SK02EUF
Chassis Number: WBABS52070EH96665
Engine Number: 29195014
Engine Size: 2979CC
Docs: V5C; MOT Aug 2023; 2 old MOTs; service book with 4 stamps; handbooks; 2 keys
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