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Old 04-04-2015, 09:41 PM   #1
The-Traveler
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BMW – M-Performance / ZHP – 330Ci (2004)



(Certified and E-Tested – With plates, good until April 2016)

Make: BMW
Transmission: Manual 6-Speed
Model: 330Ci + M Performance Package (aka. ZHP)
Engine: M54B30 – 245HP
Year: 2004
Mileage: 303,000 KM
Colour: Mystic Blue Metallic
Rust Warranty: Intact with supporting documents. Expires. Apr. 2016. Zero rust. Budd's BMW repaired all rust spots in 2014.
Selling Reason: Just bought an E92 M3.

Packages:
• Navigation (Retrofitted in 2010)
• OEM Bluetooth TCU (Retrofitted in 2010, latest IBUS module with Voice Recog.)
• A2DP Bluetooth support
• Power seats with memory
• Heated Seats
• In-car computer (HIFI PIBUS with XBMC / KODI – see video below)
• DICE iPod integration
• OEM TV Module (to enable PIBUS)
• BMW Assist integration
• Ski-Pass
• Sun Roof
• Harman Kardon sound system (10 speakers)

OEM Upgrades:
• BMW Performance Intake (Originally $1000. Recently replaced filter.)
• BMW Performance Exhaust (Originally $1,200. Stainless Steel.)
• BMW Performance Floating rotors with Performance Friction Z-Rated Pads

Maintenance History:
I am the second owner of this vehicle. Purchased in 2009, off lease with 119,000 KM. This car has been extremely well taken care of, either by myself or a close friend who is a BMW Master Mechanic. All OEM parts, with very few exceptions.

Most of the car’s life has been with German Castrol 0W-40

2009 – Tie Rod Ends, Fuel Filter #2, Spark Plugs NKG
2010 – Transmission Fluid, Fuel Pump
2011 – Oil Separator, Brake Fluid, Rear Trailing Arm Bushings (from M3)
2012 – Transmission Fluid. Pre-Cat O2 sensors, Spark Plugs NGK, Water Pump & Belts (metal impeller. Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires.
2013 – Fuel Filter, Front Control Arm Bushings, Thermostat, Starter Motor
2014 – Both M front control arms (original spec on ZHP’s,) Expansion Tank, Radiator Hoses. Budd's BMW Repaired all rust spots under warranty.
2015 – Brand new BMW Battery, from Dealership. Replaced rear Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, fronts still okay. Stage 2 Cut & Polish with ceramic coating. All swirl marks GONE! Thank you Wes from Orion Detailing.

Extras:
• Including 17” Wheels with Michelin Pilot Alpin PA3 Tires
• As mentioned rear tires are brand new Michelin Pilot SuperSports. < 1,000KM $699.99 installed, two weeks ago.

Asking $9,400, negotiable. Fully certified, and E-Tested, with plates. The reason I am selling this car is because I just purchased a 2011 E92 M3, and have no room for two cars in my Condominium.

Please call or Text:
416-838-9254

For PIBUS – CARPC tutorial please see:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ow2FaIwF8Ts
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Old 04-06-2015, 09:09 PM   #2
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Car is sold! It only took 12 hours, record time!

Thanks for watching.

Hopefully the new owner joins us on the cruises.
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Old 04-07-2015, 08:25 AM   #3
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Nice car; I'm sure the new owner will enjoy it, as you will enjoy your new M3.
I see rust spots were repaired under warranty.
How did you swing that?
I thought the warranty only covers perforation; i.e. there has to be holes completely through the body work for anything to be covered.
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Old 04-07-2015, 08:50 AM   #4
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Nope, it covers any rust on the body so long as it isn't the result of a puncture, either from an accident or a rock chip.

Initially I had rust inside the door well where the latch sits, and connects to the door locks.

Took it into the dealer, no questions asked, they took photos, got it approved and shuttled me home a few days later when the car was brought back for repairs. Total cost: $0.

Second time around I had 4 spots and they said no, because I didn't have maintenance history. The fine print on the warranty says you need a dealer visit every 2 years. But I had asked service advisers when I first bought the car, and they were all clueless about the inspections. Actually if you ask for a rust inspection they don't know how to put it into the computer.

So they denied me, and I went through the winter with the car and got 6 spots in total. Crazy amounts of salt we use here!!

Anyway I went back and this time with paperwork, they said nope still denied.
I then proceeded to complain to BMW Canada and started hell there. It's sad that I had to.

After this I took the car to Budd's in Oakville, and it was fixed immediately.

As per their internal quotes, the damage was $8,000. I then had the first dealer start calling me back, begging. But it was too late.

I won't mention who the original dealer was, so don't ask.

I didn't pay a penny, and the warranty is still good until next year. For those two don't know, it's 8 years since the 2007 cars. Funny because my 2004 didn't have a spot of rust until the 9-10 year mark.
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