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      02-07-2010, 03:22 PM   #1
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F30 & F32 prices???

Does anyone know if there will be a significant price increase on the new F30 & F32? The new F10 didnt really have an increase because if was a little less expensive to build. But you never know with the 3 series
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since we are close to 2 years away with an uncertain world economic outlook, i doubt even bmw knows the pricing of the f3x
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since we are close to 2 years away with an uncertain world economic outlook, i doubt even bmw knows the pricing of the f3x
True. I'd say it's still a little early to tell.
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since we are close to 2 years away with an uncertain world economic outlook, i doubt even bmw knows the pricing of the f3x
I disagree. The pricing structure certainly won't decrease and look for BMW to squeeze every last ounce of blood from the turnip.
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I disagree. The pricing structure certainly won't decrease and look for BMW to squeeze every last ounce of blood from the turnip.
Why is the 535i cheaper in "F10" form then?

We have no clue of their plans but the starting price will certainly be cheaper due to new 4 cyl options and options like cloth seats.
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I would be surprised to see any large bump in the base price of the F30 over the E90; however, don't be surprised if the options continue to get more pricey. The euro has lost almost 10% of its value vs. the dollar so that helps relieve some U.S. price pressure too - whether that holds two years out is TBD.
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I would be surprised to see any large bump in the base price of the F30 over the E90; however, don't be surprised if the options continue to get more pricey. The euro has lost almost 10% of its value vs. the dollar so that helps relieve some U.S. price pressure too - whether that holds two years out is TBD.
^^^ Agreed. But you just NEVER know. Just plain speculation at this point.
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ding dong the euro's dead. Their economy is worse than ours and if they follow China then they will lower their euro to export more. China artifically lowerd their currency to export more and their economy has grown 10% this year
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My guess is little to no increase. The euro has taken a pounding lately and BMW can recover some costs right there.
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2%-5% gain in whatever current pricing is on the E90/92.

Typically as the model line up expands so does pricing.
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