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Old 02-14-2013, 09:52 PM   #1
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Window sticker of a 2004 325Cic?

Does anyone have a window sticker that matches these options for a 325Cic? 2004 model year.

I'd like to see what my car cost new. Just bought it in December. The options I have are: ZSP, ZCW and ZPP. If you could post a picture of the window sticker matching these specs, that would be great. Thx!
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Old 02-15-2013, 06:10 AM   #2
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Old 02-15-2013, 09:10 AM   #3
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No I want the actual window sticker showing the price. I know what options I have. Just curious what these verts cost new with ZPP. ZCW AND ZSP.
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Old 02-16-2013, 07:47 AM   #4
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I have the same options. I'm kind of courious myself. If I had to guess I would say 35-40k
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Old 02-16-2013, 08:14 AM   #5
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I recall seeing a pic of a window sticker somewhere for one like mine ... a 330cic with the same options as yours + the 18" style 71 wheels and it was $49,xxx. So, you may be a little low on your estimate. Can't imagine that there would be 10K difference.

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Old 02-16-2013, 08:44 AM   #6
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Does anyone have a window sticker that matches these options for a 325Cic? 2004 model year.

I'd like to see what my car cost new. Just bought it in December. The options I have are: ZSP, ZCW and ZPP. If you could post a picture of the window sticker matching these specs, that would be great. Thx!

I have the original sticker, with my name on it no less, as I did European delivery. If you tell me what those options are, I may be able to tell you what they cost. My total car, without the hard top, cost $46,205.
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Old 02-16-2013, 08:54 AM   #7
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Okay, here's the breakout - base car $42,400. Metallic paint $475. Cold weather package $700. Premium package $800. Sports package $800. Rear side airbags $385. Delivery $645.

As I recall, at the time of purchase the premium for the 330 was about 4 grand and the convertible about 3, or maybe the other way around. I just remember the wife telling me I could save 7 g's by getting a slightly different BMW. That pretty much fell on deaf ears!
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Old 02-16-2013, 09:03 AM   #8
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I have the original sticker, with my name on it no less, as I did European delivery. If you tell me what those options are, I may be able to tell you what they cost. My total car, without the hard top, cost $46,205.
The options are: ZPP,ZSP,ZCW but the 2004 325Cic has standard items such as rain sensing wipers, bi-xenon lights, LED rear tail lights. I suspect the paint I have is not an option (A08 steel grey). Wheels that come std with the ZSP were type 119s which are 17 inchers. That's about it.

I do recall the convertible top added $4k to the prices.

Still looking for the scanned image of a similarly equipped 04-325Cic
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Old 02-16-2013, 09:14 AM   #9
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The options are: ZPP,ZSP,ZCW but the 2004 325Cic has standard items such as rain sensing wipers, bi-xenon lights, LED rear tail lights. I suspect the paint I have is not an option (A08 steel grey). Wheels that come std with the ZSP were type 119s which are 17 inchers. That's about it.

I do recall the convertible top added $4k to the prices.

Still looking for the scanned image of a similarly equipped 04-325Cic

Yep, pretty much comparing apples to oranges here. Re the paint, metallic paint of any color is always a cost option. Looks like we have the same. Maybe a few bucks more for yours, two years later.
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Old 02-16-2013, 09:30 AM   #10
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Automatic transmission was additional also if you have that, which unfortunately I have.

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Old 02-16-2013, 11:16 AM   #11
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Does anyone have a window sticker that matches these options for a 325Cic? 2004 model year.

I'd like to see what my car cost new. Just bought it in December. The options I have are: ZSP, ZCW and ZPP. If you could post a picture of the window sticker matching these specs, that would be great. Thx!
I have seen used cars at dealerships that show the original sticker in addition to the 'used car' sticker. Maybe you can check with BMW to see if they can help?
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Old 02-18-2013, 02:10 AM   #12
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The options are: ZPP,ZSP,ZCW but the 2004 325Cic has standard items such as rain sensing wipers, bi-xenon lights, LED rear tail lights. I suspect the paint I have is not an option (A08 steel grey). Wheels that come std with the ZSP were type 119s which are 17 inchers. That's about it.

I do recall the convertible top added $4k to the prices.

Still looking for the scanned image of a similarly equipped 04-325Cic
My 2004 325 CI vert has the rain sensing wipers and LED tails but I do no have bi-xenon headlights, mine are halogen.
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Old 02-18-2013, 06:31 AM   #13
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My 2004 325 CI vert has the rain sensing wipers and LED tails but I do no have bi-xenon headlights, mine are halogen.

Yep, and the rain-sensing wipers are part of the premium package. Seems OP's car has a number of nice options.
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Old 02-19-2013, 06:55 PM   #14
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Okay, here's the breakout - base car $42,400. Metallic paint $475. Cold weather package $700. Premium package $800. Sports package $800. Rear side airbags $385. Delivery $645.

As I recall, at the time of purchase the premium for the 330 was about 4 grand and the convertible about 3, or maybe the other way around. I just remember the wife telling me I could save 7 g's by getting a slightly different BMW. That pretty much fell on deaf ears!
So yours cost around $46,205 for an -02. Mine being 2 yrs newer may be around $48k.

Still hoping for an image from someone with at least an oh-four but this is a start. Thx for the prices.
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Old 02-20-2013, 02:28 PM   #15
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Just to clarify, my 04-325Cic has "adaptive" Xenon headlights. You can see them move slightly as you turn the wheel as you drive. Neat feature for sure.

The Xenon headlight package was upgraded to the Adaptive Xenon package for coupes/convertibles only.
Adaptive Xenons not only auto-level as the standard Xenons do, but they also rotate side-to-side depending on orientation of the steering wheel. The goal is to point the light in the direction the car is traveling. A complex algorithm uses car speed, wheel angle, etc. to determine where to point the lights. Of interesting note is the fact that when the car is not moving, the lights will not turn to the driver's side (this is to avoid potential blinding of oncoming traffic, e.g. at a stop light). The headlight switch must be in the "A" (automatic) position -- turning the headlight switch to the "On" position will auto-level the headlights and turn them on, but they will be fixed straight ahead and not turn left and right.
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Old 03-09-2013, 01:54 AM   #16
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I have one but for a 325ci no vert and no cold package. I'm surprised at the differences in what sgoetz628 posted.

Metallic Paint $475
Premium Package $2800 (I'm guess mine is more because its a moonroof and not a vert)
Sports Package $1000
Heated Seats $500
Rain Sensor $0 included
Xenon Headlights $800
Adaptive Light Control $0 included
Destination Charge $695
total retail $36,770

I had a 2000 328ci w/Sports package ($1200) and Moonroof ($1050) only and the total retail price $36,810 amazing. I have a scanned image but you were looking for a vert and not a coupe.

here is one you can zoom in.

http://gtcarlot.com/data/BMW/3+Serie...20Sticker.html
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Old 03-09-2013, 02:01 AM   #17
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My 328 was about $44k with all those packs. Assuming the coupe is a grande more. The vert is $4k more. But the 2.5 liter engine is $5k-$6k less but it's also a newer year.
I'm gonna have to say its probably very close to $44k. Only because its a vert though.
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Old 03-09-2013, 07:07 AM   #18
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I have one but for a 325ci no vert and no cold package. I'm surprised at the differences in what sgoetz628 posted.

Metallic Paint $475
Premium Package $2800 (I'm guess mine is more because its a moonroof and not a vert)
Sports Package $1000
Heated Seats $500
Rain Sensor $0 included
Xenon Headlights $800
Adaptive Light Control $0 included
Destination Charge $695
total retail $36,770

I had a 2000 328ci w/Sports package ($1200) and Moonroof ($1050) only and the total retail price $36,810 amazing. I have a scanned image but you were looking for a vert and not a coupe.

here is one you can zoom in.

http://gtcarlot.com/data/BMW/3+Serie...20Sticker.html

Okay, comparing the one shown in your link to mine (many numbers are guesses FOR THE 325; columns don't line up when posting). Also, advise of any 325 numbers that are wrong and I'll fix:

Car/features '04 325 CiC '02 330CiC
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Base 37.600 42,400
Paint 475 475
Leather 1,450 Y
Cold Weather package/ 500 700
heated seats Y Y
headlight washers N Y
ski bag N Y
Premium package 2,000 800
wood trim ? Y
auto dim mirror ? Y
power lumbar ? Y
rain-sense wipers Y Y
auto headlights ? Y
g/d opener ? Y
Sport package N Y
M wheels N Y
"performance" tires N Y
adjustable fr sport seats N Y
sport suspension N Y
white indicator lenses N Y
Automatic transmission 1,275 N
Rear side airbags N 385
Dest Chrge 645 645

Total Suggested Price 44,195 46,205
Euro delivery disc n/a? -3,185

Total Delivered Price $44,195 $42,390

My take on this, which is what I believed when ordering, is that the 330 is a better value. Many optional items on the 325 are included on the 330 or at least cheaper. And the 330 has a stronger engine and better gas mileage, at least when the comparison is stick vs automatic.
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Old 03-09-2013, 08:43 AM   #19
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Well boys, you did the heavy lifting for me. I'm pretty sure now my original car (owned since 12/1/12) went for ~$44,295.

This was a 1-owner car, maintained by BMW its whole life with 66K miles. Lady was 60 when she turned it in (over her mid-life crisis?). Lost around 70% of its value since new (I paid $13,700).

325Cic
Base 37,600
ZCW 500
ZSP 1000
ZPP 2000
Auto 1275
Paint 475
Xenon 800
Dest 645
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Total $44,295

Appreciate the help in this little activity.

I too am loving driving this car since I bought it "used".
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Mine is optioned differently but this might help .... just purchased with 33k, 2 owners.

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