BMW Z3

The BMW Z3 was the first BMW produced in the United States. From 1996, the Z3 Roadster in specially ran daf √úR built plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina from the band. The BMW Z3 was initially available only with four-cylinder engines whose power was 115 hp and 140 hp. In 1997, the engine range of BMW Z3 was extended by a 192-hp 2.8-liter inline six-cylinder. The BMW Z3 2.8 was outwardly recognizable by its wider tail. At the same time came the 321 bhp BMW M Roadster in the trade. 1997 saw the debut two-seater BMW Z3 coupe, which was known in the English language under the name Z3 Shooting Brake. 1999 BMW Z3 Roadster got a facelift, recognizable by their newly shaped tail lights and more flared wheel arches, with hip movement in the rear. The four-cylinder engine with 140 hp was replaced by a 2.0 - liter six-cylinder with 150 hp. In 2000, BMW has revised the concept of the Z3 engine again : The Z3 2.0 with 150 hp was replaced by the BMW Z3 2.2i with 170 hp, the Z3 2.8 with 193 hp by the BMW Z3 3.0i with a 3.0-liter engine and 231 hp. The M Roadster was built further on the entire construction period with mature hedge. 2002 BMW Z3 was eventually replaced by the BMW Z4. You want to buy or sell a BMW Z3 roadster? Use this site, the major online marketplace for all types of vehicles

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