Options and combo's differ from year to year
of course, and I only have the new car brochure for my '04 car. The Sport Package for my 330Ci (and for the 325Ci) included the seventeen inch alloys with performance tires, the white turn signal indicators, and front sport seats. The 330Ci that year came standard with the sport suspension, even without the Sports Package. So conclude that the two terms do not mean the same thing.
You might try the bmwusa.com site to try to download the brochure for your exact car to see how the options read for your car.
what do you have ????????
go to a dealer and they can give you a printout
by looking up your VIN # - and tell you exactly
what options your car had - as it left the plant.
who knows what PO's may have changed?
17" wheels do indicate "Sport Package"
but as I said - what is the true history of the car
for 10 years and 2 7 8 , 0 0 0 miles ???
if you have Sport Seats and 3-spoke steering...
wheel then you probably have the Sport package. Sport Seats have the adjustable thigh support extension
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Not so fast! Save those control arms; you'll
need them when your ball joints fail. And they have the metal ball joints, not the factory plastic ones.
Watch out for hard shocks
I bought Bilstien shocks and found them to be to stiff for my taste. I wish I had stuck with BMW or something else. In my day to day driving the originals were plenty firm.