Now for sale in our Houston Showroom is this 2001 BMW Z3. The BMW Z3 was BMWs first mass produced / mass market roadster and was the first new BMW model to be manufactured in the United States. The Z in Z1, Z3, Z4, Z8 stands for Zukunft, which is German for future. The BMW Z3 was introduced via video press release by BMW North America on June 12, 1995 and made a short appearance in the James Bond film Golden Eye.The power plant for this sporty little roadster is a 2.5-liter 24 valve DOHC I6 linked to a very responsive five speed automatic transmission both sporting actual miles of 56,937. That is a little less than 4,000 per miles per year for all my math whizzes and well below the national average classifying this Z3 as a weekend driver. The exterior color of this BMW Z3 roadster is a very rich red that is complimented very nicely by the black convertible top and matching leather interior. Options include: A/C, AM/FM radio with CD player, automatic convertible top, cruise control, heated seats, power brakes, power steering, power seats, power windows, anti-lock brakes, traction control, seat belts, driver and passenger airbag, anti-theft system, leather interior, and aluminum alloy wheels wrapped in radial tires. This BMW Z3 roadster is in great shape with low miles for the year and is ready for a new owner and can be yours with one simple phone call, text or email. For more information on this 2001 BMW Z3 for sale, to see all the HD pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this direct link: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/show/HOU/1415 . Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr, Bldg 200, Houston, TX 77090. You may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220 or email us at [email protected]
|Interior Color:||Black/ Red|
|Transmission:||5 Speed Automatic|
Our Houston Showroom became Gateway Classic Cars eighth location in January 2015 and is 15 minutes North from Downtown Houston.
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