I'm a proud new (well new to me) owner of a 2000 323i. I just picked her up yesterday and am blown away by this car!!
I picked her up and what was supposed to be a half hour drive home turned into 2 hours
Anyways, you all know how awesome BMW is so I won't ramble...
I appologize in advance for the dumb questions, here goes:
My car appears to have every imaginable option ie, leather, cruise, pwr group etc. Basically all the options mortal cars have but after skimming the manual it looks like there are a ton of options that I didn't know existed. To my disappointment I don't have that on board computer, the roll down shade?? or fogs. I searched for different packages to define what options package I have and I couldn't find one.
The car doesn't have a roof but it does have 16 inch alloy rims, steptronic and again, all the imaginable options normal cars have. Can someone help me to know what options package I have?
welcome thanks and congrats. you gonna post some pics?
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call 411 bro ask them for the number to BMW canada's toronto office..
when calling ask for customer service. then proceed to give them the vehicle identification number (vin) they will tell you everything your car came equppied with and will help you break down the options codes..
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my car came with the bridgestons on it, and since its pretty much winter here already im just keeping them on. theyve worked good for me so far but they havent been tested on snow and ice yet. they are highly recommended by many people though
T.O. representin no doubt!! You know we'll have to hook up one day for some sips at one of CBA's functions and flex the bimmers... :P
Furious, that ride is sweet!! I saw your pics in the gallery section and did notice the Bell Canada trucks in the backdrop.
Thanks for the responses on the tires fellas, still up in the air about dropping the coin on them. My main concern is that my wife will be also be running the BM and I'm worried about her and the rear wheel drive in the snow. She's a bit of a lead foot.
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