Also, I've been keeping an eye on CPO 2006 330i's online (not just in the northeast) and the cheapest I've seen with nav was $25k (and it didn't have the sport package). I could certainly pay closer to $20k on a car like this in a private party sale but I'd rather not go that route.
continues today with an exciting showcase – everyone’s ultimate favorite, the . Even better, this one comes with the six-speed manual transmission. The ZHP package on the E46 was one of the best combination of options ever put together by BMW. The Performance Package, option code “ZHP,” created by BMW Individual was available only in the United States as a $3,900 option package on the 2003-2006 BMW 330i. This outfitted the 330i with many BMW Performance Parts as part of a comprehensive application that changed to overall performance and handling as well as enhanced its looks.
Therefore, we were somewhat shocked when the latest generation of 3 Series was born. It looks, well, it looks much different that what we've come to expect from a new BMW. But it's been said it's what's inside that counts. In that case, this E90 is the best 3 Series ever. We took delivery of the Electric Red 2006 330i some nine weeks ago. We actually ended up ordering it twice, the first order getting lost somewhere in email purgatory.
The 2006 330i is roughly the same price as the 2009 328i (is almost the same performance too - the 255 HP vs 230 HP is not that noticeable). Although for that price the 328i comes with 17in wheels and not 18in.
Originally Posted by wish2345
I am looking to buy a 2006 330i 6 spd and its bone stock. Wanted to know if there are any major issues with these cars or what i am getting myself into if i buy this car. If there are threads about this can you point me in the right direction