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Hello, I have just ordered a silver gray 330ci w/ZHP, moonroof, nav sys, and alcantara interior for 36,650. I am in the military stationed in germany and hear that we are getting cheaper prices than in the states on us specs. I was wondering if how much people are paying in the states for a car like this, and does anybody have pics of their 330ci's with zhp. Thanks
I just picked up our new 330ci ZHP yesterday - we put in the order on 2/21 so it was a long wait. Paid $42K with moonroof, xenons, metallic paint...
I can't believe how this thing drive - it is very, very nice.
Does anyone know if the suspension on the ZHP is the same as that on the M3? On the window sticker it listed "M Sport Suspension" but I am not sure if it is the same as the M car. I'll post a couple of pics.
nice... glad u made the right choice. smg on lower-end cars is usually quite jerky/slow in comparsion to a conventional manual, but once u get the to the 100k plus range the smg/tiptronic becomes quite smooth, (ex: a friend of mine owns a cl55 and the tiptronic transmission is superb, all the benefits of auto and manual in one cute little package.)
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I don't think we have ZHP in the UK - I think its called simply sport and comes with the M stying bodywork , Mstyle wheels and black roof liner as well as a M style steering wheel and lowered suspension as well as a few other bits and bob's -
Anyway that's what I have ordered still waiting for a final date - dealer says August but I am hoping it will be early!!
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