Discussion in 'Motors' started by Simon, 9 May 2006.
How much does a decent one cost in the lower price range?
You can pick them up for ~£10k now but they'll be a bit old and rather tatty. You'd really need to spend £15k for a good example. The 330Ci can be had for quite a bit cheaper.
You can't pick them up for £10k. Back in a sec with reasoning.
Nick - I disagree i'm afraid! I've seen quite a few 330cd s for sale at sub £10k prices, although they have starship mileage, they still have very good specification, but some do look a bit worn! Nothing a spit and polish wouldnt sort tho!
Having said that, the cheapest i've seen on fleabay was a BIN 330cd with 157,000 on 51 plate at a staggering £9300!
No you can't. Nowhere near - unlike the 330Ci the 330Cd was a very late attention to the E46 range and was not released until 2004. Consequently, they are still very expensive - considerably more than £10k.
The 330d coupe is known as the 330cd. I believe it was launched in 2004 along with the 320cd. This means that most of them are going to be very young cars still. I wanted a 330cd originally, but they are too new to be even close to my budget. Autotraders cheapest are at well over £20k still.
The 330d Saloon was launched in 2000. I think you can pick some of these up for £9k, probably even less.
I personally settled for a '52 330d Saloon with the Sport pack. IMO, the Sport Pack makes a hell of a different to the looks on both the Coupe and Saloon.
No, you've not. There was NO 330Cd on a 51 plate. The first examples are on 04 plates - with perhaps the odd one on a 53 plate. Only facelift Coupes are available in diesel form.
You've seen Saloons or are you making it up.
Pap, sorry, ignore me, it was a 330d not CD i was thinking of!
Best one I saw was a MY53 and that was for £14800!
Having had a quick look at autotrader it would seem that they can't be picked up for less than ~£20k
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