Lot 118 - 1997 BMW 323i Coupé
|Sold - £3,080
- One owner from new
- Good service history
- Original un-modified and unrestored condition
The 1997 BMW 323i Coupé was a standout luxury sports car, which exuded style and performance. Its sleek and aerodynamic design featured the iconic BMW kidney grille, sharp lines, and a sporty silhouette, that turned heads on the road. Powered by a 2.5-litre inline-six engine, producing 168 bhp, and mated to either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic gearbox. The 323i Coupé delivered impressive performance and a thrilling driving experience. Inside, the cabin boasted premium materials, comfortable seating, and a driver-focused cockpit with intuitive controls. Safety features such as dual front airbags, anti-lock brakes, stability control, and traction control ensured a safe driving experience. The BMW 323i Coupé was a sought-after choice for driving enthusiasts who appreciated the perfect blend of luxury, performance, and style that BMW was known so well for.
This 1997 BMW 323i Coupé, fitted with the five-speed manual gearbox and electric sliding sunroof, has only one owner from new and has been meticulously maintained and serviced since new. The last service carried out by a specialist in March 2023. Finished in Boston Green with beige leather interior and fitted with a Sony XRC450 RDS sound system this 323i is supplied with a V5C registration document, an MoT test certificate which expires in September 2023, the original handbook pack containing all the handbooks and service book which is stamped up to 2016 and a file containing the original new vehicle order form and a large number of invoices and old MoT’s showing the continuous service history. Due to a fault in the speedometer only half of the odometer reading can be read. This BMW 323i is a driving enthusiast's dream, offering a blend of performance, luxury, and style that set it apart in the sports car market of its time. With its timeless design and engaging driving dynamics continue to make it a sought-after classic among BMW enthusiasts today.
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