Hahaha. I figured I'd get some comments about that, but didn't expect it to be in the first reply! Honestly, I don't mind the look at all. The hidden/removable hitch was literally twice the price, and I don't think it's worth an extra $360.tow hitch
a zhp without black cube/silver cube and w/o red needlesz?
Canada didn't get ZHP's. OP's car is just either a M-performance package or M-Sport package.I was wondering the same thing :hmm: Maybe it's a Canada thing....
http://www.zhpmafia.com/forums/show...he-BMW-E46-330-ZHP-Performance-Package-OptionCanada didn't get ZHP's. OP's car is just either a M-performance package or M-Sport package.
M-Performance:330i with M-Tech II bumpers, cams, and exhaust. It did NOT get the 6800rpm redline or the instrument cluster
M-Sport package: M-tech II bumpers & exhaust only. It did NOT get the cams or any engine work.
The only difference is the instrument cluster.Question: And what about the BMW 330 vehicles in Canada that look like the ZHP in the United States?
Answer: Canada was different. In fact, BMW created the M Performance Package in Canada. It not only got the looks of its US counterpart, it also got the upgraded camshafts and engine tweaks. One thing that it didn't get, though, was the red needles on the instrument cluster. Moreover, the redline is at 6500 RPM, even though the car will rev to 6800 RPM -- just like its US ZHP counterpart. It also got the BMW Performance Package exhaust with the thinner walls (exactly like the one on the ZHP). Therefore, while it was not given the ZHP code name, it's simply a ZHP by another name. Indeed, it was given the option code of ZAM.