3-Series (E46, E90)Chat relating to the BMW 3-Series from 1999 to Current. Models include: BMW 316i, BMW 318i, BMW 318Ci, BMW 320i, BMW 323i, BMW 325i, BMW 330i, BMW 328 Ci, BMW 328i, BMW 325i/xi, BMW 330Ci, BMW 320d, BMW 330d, BMW 335d.
hey buddy, i am from ACT! now for ur queiry about the 323Ci.
One thing u should know is that, they have only 125kw, even though its a 2.5L engine. The current 320Ci (that came in australia around very late 2000 have the same output as that (125). you say, it was a late model 2000..well that must mean it was a run-out model, because in dec/january (sometime there) they changed the badging from 323 to 325 (what we see now)..its basiclaly the same engine, but has 141Kw of power (it does make a difference).
How much is it selling for??
considering the amount of kays done (pretty low) i stil wouldn't pay more than $42,000.
Try and find a late 2000 or early 2001 325Ci, coz they go for around 45-50K.
or even a 328Ci (1999-2000 model) for around a similar price.
I bought my 2000 323ci 4 months ago w/ 26,000 miles on it for $20,000 USD. I love it and it still has 8 months of warranty left on it. I would check the warranty because the warranty is from the date the car was originally sold not the manufacture date. It may still be effective. I highly recommend you go through with the purchase. If it is your first BMW, it definitely won't be your last.
Its a sweet looking car but I feel he is asking too much. Let me know ur opinions!
I'm not sure if the car is located in the US or not. But if it is $60,000 USD then it is waaaaaay too much for that car. Even though it has a lot of extras, it should not be that much. I bought the same exact car without the extras for $20,000 USD. Mine only had 35,880 kms. Do not buy it, there are much better deals out there but you might have to do those mods on your own to make it look as good. Good luck!
yeh, 60,000AUD is about 42,000USD. its wayy to expensive. i have seen the same kind of model BMW in australia for about 45,000AUD (about 31,000USD).
plus, it has 19-inch wheels, so. either the odo meter is out, or he has done more modifications to fit those barstards in.
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