It's a German acronym in reality, butDarthBimmer said:Remind me what ZHP stands for? Still learning all the acronyms for Bimmers. Thanks.
hey man we think alike..take a look at my post http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthread.php?t=208191racingBMW said:im about to get a new car and i wnat either a ZHP or the new e90. anyone have suggestions on what i should do??
Agreed, I remember back in when the E46 body came out, I still liked my E36 better. I can't say I feel the same way after I drove the E46. Either way both will be great cars, but when the E90 is out you might find yourself in the market for a new car. You really will not know until you drive the car. I used to think that when I sold my 330, I would get a 530, but when the new body came out, that all changed and put me back in another 3(for now).e46krazy said:i thyink the e90 will be worth the wait :thumbup:
German acronym? I dont think so... It's simply a dealer code...oblueDre said:It's a German acronym in reality, but
ZHP = High Performance package
ZSP = Sport Package
ZCW = Cold Weather Package
ZPP = Premium Package
Your brilliance fills our fair forum with awe...bfg said:German acronym? I dont think so... It's simply a dealer code...
Let's see here, remove the Z and what do you get?
HP = High Performance
SP = Sport Package
CW = Cold Weather
PP = Premium Package
it's zuper I tell you!
Cold = KaltoblueDre said:Your brilliance fills our fair forum with awe...
Clearly, I recognize that the letters stood for an English word as well given that I put the whole list up there in the first place. All I was say that, the letters may actually stand for a corresponding German word. Given that English is a "Germanic" language (look it up), this is not entirely impossible. I don't know, I could be wrong, but thanks for clarifying for everyone.
:werd: I'd at least wait until the new one is out a bit because perceptions do change, nobody liked the E46 either, now I think it looks 1000X better than the E36.BigRain said:I personally don't like the new E90 bodystyle nor the cockpit design (it looks like a caddilac w/ that straight panel across the front). However, I'd still recommend you wait and get the new body style since:
1) people's preference change or at least they get numb about it.
2) you'll be driving for another 6 yrs a CURRENT generation car rather then a previous version.
3) I'm sure there'll be upgrades as technology enhances.