Seller offering a 2004 BMW 330Ci convertible with only 12,800 miles for $17,000. That’s less than 1,000 miles a year. Seller says it’s been garaged and loved its entire life and includes the cold weather, premium, and sport packages.
In 2004 BMW offered a wide range of 3-Series sedans, coupes, convertibles and wagons. The 330 models were equipped with more standard equipment and mechanical upgrades. The Performance Package ($3,900) increases hp by 10 and ads a number of performance upgrades like a short-throw shifter, some appearance tweaks, and M sport suspension tuning.
The Premium Package ($3,300) includes Myrtle wood trim, front member and drivers lumbar support seats, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and multi-function trip computer. Pictures of the interior and exterior look new.
The 330ci’s 6-cylinder 3.0L engine produces 225-hp and a 0-60 time of 6.4 seconds. The Performance Package increased by 10-hp and a 0-60 cut down to 5.4 seconds and a top speed increased by almost 30-mph to 155-mph. The 330ci was approximately $7,000 less than the M3 and the sales numbers reflected that. In 2004 there were about 8,000 M3’s sold in the US and more than 26,000 330’s. How many of these remain with ultra-low miles like this example? This 2004 BMW 330ci convertible is for sale in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Check out seller’s full listing on Facebook Marketplace for full details and contact information.