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BMW 3 Series two-doors inflate
Prices, specs and models grow in BMW’s blossoming 3 Series range
18 May 2004
BMW is giving its two-door E46 3 Series a fillip.
Prices rise by $1100 for all Coupes and $1500 for the Convertibles, but then so do the standard features lists.
A console-sited monitor and TV is now included in the 320Ci Coupe, 325Ci Coupe and 330Ci Convertible. It was previously a $3000 option.
Meanwhile, the 330Ci Coupe, M3 Coupe and M3 Convertible gain “Professional Navigation” GPS, which was previously a $2700 option.
And from next month the 320Ci, 325Ci and 330Ci Coupes will all be available with the $2500 M Sports Package II released earlier this year in the 3 Series sedan.
Also known as the ‘Sport’ pack, it includes Sport suspension, M Aerodynamics Package II (a bodykit with a boot lid spoiler), 17-inch M Light Alloy wheels, chrome and aluminium trim, Sports seats on the base 320Ci, M Sport leather steering wheel, a shortened manual gearshift and oval-shaped foglights.
Below are the new prices: BMW 320Ci Coupe 5-speed manual: $67,000
BMW 325Ci Coupe 5-speed manual: $75,100
BMW 330Ci Coupe 6-speed manual: $97,400
BMW M3 Coupe 6-speed manual/SMG: $143,100
BMW 320Ci Coupe Sport 5-Speed manual: $69,500
BMW 325Ci Coupe Sport 5-Speed manual: $77,600
BMW 330Ci Coupe Sport 6-Speed manual: $99,900 BMW 325Ci Convertible 5-Speed Manual $92,400
BMW 325Ci Convertible 5-Speed Automatic $95,000
BMW 330Ci Convertible 6-Speed Manual $110,500
BMW 330Ci Convertible 5-Speed Automatic $113,100
BMW M3 Convertible SMG or 6-speed manual $159,500
A five-speed Steptronic automatic gearbox is a $2600 option on all Coupe models (except M3).
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