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      01-15-2013, 08:40 PM   #9
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Drives: X5 & 335xi
Join Date: Dec 2012
Location: USA

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Originally Posted by Alpine F31
It's REALLY limited on how you can configure it. Only two interior colors, no "lines". The base price is great but I just "built" one on line and it was $45,670!

Mojave Metallic$550
Venetian Beige Dakota Leather$1,450
Dark Burl Walnut wood trim$500
Driver Assistance Package$950
Lighting Package$900
Premium Package$3,200
Sport Package$1,300
STEPTRONIC automatic transmission$0
Heated front seats$500
Navigation system$2,150
Split fold-down-rear seat$475
BMW Apps$250
Destination & Handling:$895

Obviously you could build one for less but it wouldn't be nearly as appealing as a nicely optioned one. (duh)

It also looks like even if you get a Nav you don't get an extended display, but I'm not sure about that. It shows that way on the configurator. The coolest thing to me is you get an M Sport steering wheel with the sport package.
I think most people opting for this model will keep it under 40k
EBII 2014 335i xDrive
335HP, Sport AT, 19" Wheels, MPE, Prem, Tech, Cold, HK, Driver Assist & DH pkgs

Deep Sea Blue Metallic 2013 X5 35d Sport
Prem, Convenience, Cold and Premium Sound packages