Selling my beautiful Z4 3.0ltr in stirling grey

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Selling my beautiful Z4 3.0ltr in stirling grey

Post by Maranello » Thu Sep 07, 2017 11:34 pm

3.0ltr BMW Z4 for sale. 53 plate, CSL alloys, uprated suspension, full leather, CD changer and aux plug for other devices, electric hood in full working order, very good condition for age, new tyres, 148k miles. Engine management light is on due to a common fault with the O2 sensor and is not an engine issue. 07900243180
£3100 ono
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Beautiful Stirling grey 3.0ltr beast!

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Selling my beautiful Z4 3.0ltr in stirling grey

Post by hopz121 » Fri Sep 08, 2017 7:47 am

Looks to be a nice car at a good price.

A bit more information wouldn't go a miss though, service history what suspension it has etc :thumbsup:

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Selling my beautiful Z4 3.0ltr in stirling grey

Post by Maranello » Fri Sep 08, 2017 1:33 pm

Hi, so when I first had her I used to get her serviced at BMW but I was frustrated at getting ripped off so since then I have been using a local mechanic for servicing and repairs. Nothing major has gone wrong with her.... I think the oil sensor is disconnected so I just keep an eye on the dipstick. As I have already mentioned the o2 sensor has died... hence the engine light. It's really just been the usual service items to be honest and keeping a check of tyres and oil in between. I will have to look back at the receipts for the brand of suspension as it was put on by the previous owner. It sits a little lower because of it. Oh the bonnet catch is a bit of a pain to open sometimes.... just needs to be kept well lubed. I have had her for about 5 years so I fancy a change to four seats and maybe a 4WD. Dare I say something maybe more practical 😣😂
Beautiful Stirling grey 3.0ltr beast!

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