3.0L V6 Clubsport Package ( M tech )
Sport / M Sport
The Sport (later M Sport) trim level included the options given on the ES and SE trim levels, but had additional performance-orientated items added. It came with the "M-tech" I or II bodykits (depending on when the car was ordered), half leather-half alcantara sports seats, sports suspension (comprising stiffer springs, dampers, and altered suspension geometry) The M sport package shares the same suspension set up as the performance package (ZHP) in America, as well as the "cubed" interior trim and 18-inch style 135 wheels, gloss black external trim instead of the chrome trim of the SE, sports steering wheel and 17" lightweight style 68 alloy wheels. The drivetrain of Sport / M-Sport models is identical to that of base / ES / SE variants.
BMW 330Ci M Clubsport
The M Clubsport trim level is aesthetically similar to the United States Performance Package. The main difference is that the M Clubsport trim was not given the BMW performance camshafts that the ZHP obtained. Instead, it had 20 kilograms (44 lb) of sound deadening removed from the car. The M Clubsport trim shares the same suspension set up as the performance package (ZHP) in America, as well as the "cubed" interior trim and 18-inch style 135 wheels. However, changes from the ZHP include plastic front splitters on the M-Tech II bumper, a M-tech II styled rear spoiler (instead of the M3 trunk lip), and clubsport door sills. The M Clubsport also came with two "BMW Individual" colour options that were carried throughout the car, Estoril Blue, Velvet Blue and Carbon Black.
Unlike the other trim levels, the M Clubsport trim was only available on the 330 and the 325.
The 330 succeeded the 328 as the top-performing E46 (excluding the M3), with the M54B30 making 230 bhp at 6500rpm and 214 ft lb at 3500 rpm, while the performance package (ZHP) version had an output of 235 bhp at 6800 rpm and 222 ft lb at 3500 rpm.
2004 BMW 330i Car Video Review and Road Test
This is a review of the ultra-rare 330i ZHP a.k.a. "Performance Package."
Very well-kept specimen we have here.BMW 2004 ZHP (sports package)bmw 3
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BMW 3 serie E46 Led Angel dimmable eyes mounting instructions
BMW 3 serie E46 Led Angel dimmable eyes mounting instructions. This video
shows instructions on how to mount them on the reflectors. Installation is
relatively easy since the headlight lens can be removed easily.
0:02 Remove the turn signal by loosening the screw
0:15 Remove the strip below the headlight, rubber strip, headlight lens and
0:40 Place the wires through the back of the headlight
1:05 Connect the T10 connector in the position light plug
1:30 Prepare the angel eyes for mount, place the clips
1:55 Place the double sided tape on the back side of the ring
2:15 Place the Led ring and press on it to fixat the double sided tape
2:40 Repeat the procedure for the other ring
3:20 Connect the white dimming wire to the yellow wire of the low beam plug
3:40 Before closing the headlight, test all functions
3:55 Place all parts back on their position
5:10 Enjoy the beautiful result!
5:38 Daytime running light function
5:48 Dimmed function
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2010 Jeep SRT8 Cherokee w/ 24" Rims
Modular Society Rims - Staggered Set
Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT-8 Version!
The SRT8 392 version was the most expensive trim package for 2012, and
added the 6.4-liter, 392-cubic-inch, 470-horsepower V8 HEMI engine
and a six-speed automatic transmission. It also offered a tweaked version
of the SelecTerrain System that added performance-enhanced modes to its
The fourth-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee went on sale in summer 2010 as a
2011 model. It was unveiled at the 2009 New York Auto Show. The
fourth-generation Grand Cherokee retains its classic Jeep styling combined
with a modern and sleek body style. The interior is luxurious, featuring
leather trim and real wood accents, plus state-of-the-art electronics
options. The 2011 Grand Cherokee has won 30 awards for off-road capability,
luxury, value, best-in-class, and safety, making it the most awarded SUV
ever. Among the awards are: Top Safety Pick for 2011 from the IIHS, listed
as a Consumers Digest Best Buy for 2011, Safest SUV in America by MSN
Autos, and Truck of the Year for 2011 by The Detroit News.
The body design is all new and has undergone testing for aerodynamic
efficiency while improving ruggedness with more than 5,400 welds in the
body alone. This results in a 146% increase in torsional rigidity compared
to the previous design. This improves durability and reduces noise,
vibration, and harshness.
Like the previous generations, the chassis is a steel unibody. Unlike
previous models, the new WK2 features four-wheel independent suspension for
better on-road handling. The Grand Cherokee (with the 2011 Durango) WK2
platform uses a derivative based on Mercedes-Benz's W166 series.
Engine choices include the all new 3.6 L Pentastar V6 and 5.7 L Hemi V8.
Four wheel drive systems include Quadra-Trac I, Quadra-Trac II, and
Quadra-Drive II. Optional Quadra-Lift air suspension can raise vehicle's
ground clearance up to 11.1 in (282 mm). Lift modes include Park, Aero,
Normal Ride Height, Off-Road 1, and Off-Road 2. Also new is the
Selec-Terrain, which has modes for Auto, Sport, Snow, Sand/Mud, and Rock.
The Hemi V8 retains the Multiple Displacement System (MDS) that shuts down
four cylinders in low-power driving situations. And the V8 remains coupled
with the multi-speed automatic transmission which includes Electronic Range
Selection (ERS) to manually limit the high gear operating range. Trailer
tow is rated 7,400 lb (3,400 kg) for Hemi models and 5,000 lb (2,300 kg)
for Pentastar models.
For the 2011 model year, the Grand Cherokee was offered in five trim
levels: Laredo, Laredo X, Limited, Overland, and Overland Summit. The
performance SRT-8 version returned for the 2012 model year.Also for 2012 a
S-Limited model was offered in Germany.
On January 14, 2013, Jeep unveiled a revised WK2 Grand Cherokee at the
North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center, along with a revised
2014 Jeep Compass and Jeep Patriot. The new Grand Cherokee will offer a 3.0
L DOHC V6 diesel engine that gets up to 30 MPG, a 3.6 L Pentastar V6 engine
that gets up to 24 MPG and has 290 horsepower, a 5.7 L HEMI V8
engine that gets up to 21 MPG and has 360 horsepower, and the 6.4 L
HEMI engine that produces 470 horsepower. The models are
the Laredo, the Limited, the Overland, and the Overland Summit Edition
model has been renamed Summit. A new front end with a revised body-colored
grille, new, smaller headlamps, and new tail lamps round out the exterior
changes. The silver bezel on the back was removed. There are also new
seventeen, eighteen, and twenty-inch wheel and tire choices. The SRT8 model
will continue to be offered, and for the first time will offer signature
details like blacked-out head and tail lamps. Inside, the Summit model
receives the SRT8's nineteen-speaker Harman/Kardon surround sound system,
all Grand Cherokees receive a new steering wheel with standard paddle
shifters in every model, an eight-speed TorqueFlite 8 automatic
transmission, and an 8.4-inch touch screen display with Garmin navigation
software, an optional CD player, and the U Connect Access System first
introduced in the all-new 2013 Ram 1500. A U Connect 5.0 touch-screen radio
will also be available with an optional CD player. The Selecterrain System
receives multiple upgrades on four-wheel-drive Grand Cherokees. New
exterior colors, new interior fabrics and materials, and new interior
colors become available. The SRT8 model receives a unique steering wheel
with the SRT insignia, twenty-inch alloy wheels, performance tires, and
details inspired by the all-new 2013 SRT Viper. The 2013 model year
production was cut short to allow Jeep to start producing the new Grand
Cherokee at Chrysler's Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit, Michigan,
where the Grand Cherokee has been built since its introduction at the 1992
North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. The new Grand
Cherokee started production in late January 2013, and as a 2014 model year.