This vehicle is in fantastic condition and has been fully maintained by BMW. There are no obvious blemishes to the bodywork and the interior has be kept clean with no excessive wear. The vehicle is finished in Black Sapphire with Oyster Dakota upholstery. It has all the usual specification of an M sport BMW including: Leather. 18” M Sport Alloys. Sports Automatic Gearbox with Steering Wheel paddle shift. BMW Navigation Package. Auto dimming rear view mirror. Cruise Control with brake function. Front and rear park distance control. Servotronic steering. MSport Suspension. Sun protection glass.
UK-registered cars and motorbikes on Car & Classic are run through an online HPI check. On the HPI report, this vehicle shows no insurance database markers for damage or theft and has no finance owing.
The vehicle has been fully serviced mainly by BMW one being an independent specialist, with its last service completed on the 28 March 2022 it also had a later visit to replace the faulty exhaust gas recirculating cooler as advised via a recall. The front and rear brake disks and pads were replaced a couple of months ago. There is also a stack of paperwork with the vehicle including invoices for replacement tyres and old mot’s etc
The exterior of the vehicle is in impeccable condition it has no obvious damage or excessive stone chips to the vehicle. On its last visit to the main dealer the only advisory was some minor scuffing to the lower front bumper.
This 3-series is a big car, but the benefit of this relentless upsizing is a spacious interior and a gargantuan boot.
The interior of the vehicle is in fantastic condition with no obvious wear to the full cream leather interior. It also has the rubber over mats so the carpets have been kept in immaculate condition.
With a 3-litre single-turbo straight-six developing 254bhp and 413lb ft, it’s a seriously muscular machine. Limited to 155mph and capable of hitting 62mph in 5. 6sec, it promises to combine E46 M3 performance with 58mpg economy. Is it too good to be true? The 330d M Sport comes with an eight-speed automatic transmission, which you can leave to do its own thing or shift up and down through its gears via a pair of paddle-shifters. It’s a fantastic transmission and it brings the 330d to life when set in one of its more aggressive modes. But that’s not to say it won’t mooch along effortlessly in ‘D’: with all that torque it has plenty of shove from minimal revs.