While the BMW Z3 may be patterned to emulate the retro design of a bygone era, this slick little two-door coupe has a completely modern feel. Sparing no expense, the Z3 offers the type of creature comforts and ergonomic design that used car buyers have come to expect from a high-end sports car. Since its launch back in the mid 90s, the Z3 has been an instant hit among performance car enthusiasts.

In 2002, BMW abandoned production on the Z3, opting instead to focus on the design of the larger Z4. Even though this car can no longer be bought new, it continues to be bought and sold on the used car market. In its first year of production in 1996, the Z3 sold out before it even hit dealerships. Consumers were impressed by the promise of its powerful 138-horsepower engine, responsive handling and high-end design. Features included an AM/FM/cassette player, cruise control, five-speed manual transmission, leather seats and traction control.

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2002 BMW Z3-Series
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BMW Z3-Series
Z3-Series 2.5i
  • Original MSRP $31,300 - $45,990
  • Up to 21 City / 29 Hwy MPG
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
2001 BMW Z3-Series
5 Trims and Styles

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BMW Z3-Series
Z3-Series 2.5i
  • Original MSRP $31,300 - $45,990
  • Up to 21 City / 28 Hwy MPG
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
2000 BMW Z3-Series
5 Trims and Styles

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BMW Z3-Series
Z3-Series 2.5L
  • Original MSRP $31,300 - $42,700
  • Up to 20 City / 27 Hwy MPG
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline
1999 BMW Z3-Series
5 Trims and Styles

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BMW Z3-Series
Z3-Series
  • Original MSRP $29,950 - $42,700
  • Up to 20 City / 27 Hwy MPG
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline

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