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2002 BMW Z3 2.2i - One Owner
2002 BMW Z3 2.2i - One Owner
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Estimate: £4,500 - 6,500
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Jan 2022
  • Chassis number: WBACN12050LK17363
Launched in 1995 as a follow‑up to BMW's quirky Z1 roadster, the compact Z3 was a major success for the German company, adding a small, fun open top sports car to its range. Initially only available with a 1.9‑litre four‑cylinder engine, more potent six‑cylinder versions soon followed.  

This 2171cc 168bhp six‑pot example was registered in August 2002 and has had just one owner throughout its life, during which it has covered 67,358 miles. This total is confirmed by the full service history, with stamps at 9020, 14,685, 27058, 36660, 50958, 60571 and 67223 miles, the latter service having been carried out in May of this year. The current MoT runs until the end of January 2022. The car's spec includes heated black leather sports seats, power roof and electric windows. Overall, this BMW is in very good order; there's some minor lacquer peel on the rear bumper and a few age‑related exterior blemishes, but the hood is in nice condition, as is the interior. The vendor reports that the car 'drives A1'.    

Included in the history file is the V5C plus original document wallet with owner's handbook, dealer warranty and emergency service booklet, care guide, accident management reference guide, radio instructions, European service contacts list, servicing explanation sheet and the actual service booklet. The car also comes with three keys plus one slave key, as well as the locking wheel nut key tool.
Launched in 1995 as a follow-up to BMW's quirky Z1 roadster, the compact Z3 was a major success for the German company, adding a small, fun open top sports car to its range. Initially only available with a 1.9-litre four-cylinder engine, more potent six-cylinder versions soon followed. This 2171cc 168bhp six-pot example was registered in August 2002 and has had just one owner throughout its life, during which it has covered 67,358 miles. This total is confirmed by the full service history, with stamps at 9020, 14,685, 27058, 36660, 50958, 60571 and 67223 miles, the latter service having been carried out in May of this year. The current MoT runs until the end of January 2022. The car's spec includes heated black leather sports seats, power roof and electric windows. Overall, this BMW is in very good order; there's some minor lacquer peel on the rear bumper and a few age-related exterior blemishes, but the hood is in nice condition, as is the interior. The vendor reports that the car 'drives A1'. Included in the history file is the V5C plus original document wallet with owner's handbook, dealer warranty and emergency service booklet, care guide, accident management reference guide, radio instructions, European service contacts list, servicing explanation sheet and the actual service booklet. The car also comes with three keys plus one slave key, as well as the locking wheel nut key tool.
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Jan 2022
  • Chassis number: WBACN12050LK17363
Estimate: £4,500 - 6,500
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