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      09-19-2018, 01:05 PM   #1
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BMW X2 - desirable but oh so pricey?

Just wanted to know if anyone has done any research on the X2 upcoming after Paris motor show.

As the new 3 series won't fit my garage (15 inch 3 inch max ,I know the X2 ( 14ft 4 inches) will, so a definite contender for my new car next autumn.

Priced up an X2 diesel X drive with best engine and all extras and it came to over £41.000 easily. Was looking at X2 M35i but jeez what will that cost. Views of anyone done digging on this would be warmly received!

Have BMW got their pricing wrong by some 10%? I can afford it but you've got to factor in the extra 5 year tax at £350 per annum as a cost also.
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Had this discussion a while back about RRPs and the price you actually pay.

https://f30.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1473650

Seems daft that a car that you'll never pay RRP on, that you'd end up paying additional RFL because the manufacture has set the RRP at a silly level.
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Just wanted to know if anyone has done any research on the X2 upcoming after Paris motor show.

As the new 3 series won't fit my garage (15 inch 3 inch max ,I know the X2 ( 14ft 4 inches) will, so a definite contender for my new car next autumn.

Priced up an X2 diesel X drive with best engine and all extras and it came to over £41.000 easily. Was looking at X2 M35i but jeez what will that cost. Views of anyone done digging on this would be warmly received!

Have BMW got their pricing wrong by some 10%? I can afford it but you've got to factor in the extra 5 year tax at £350 per annum as a cost also.
Itís pricey but for some reason coupe SUVs with less space and practicality cost more than the underlying model.

I like the look of the X2 35i too - if the deals are good enough when I am looking in a couple of years.

Xc40 a good shout too.
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RRP not happening.

If you work hard or look at a Pre-Reg £39k spec down to near £31k possible, much more like it!

Attached is an example from my local dealer. Keeping the spec under £40k is a good idea for the tax, but rules out Pro Nav and some bigger luxuries.

It's had some nice updates since July build too. No more rear 12v socket, 2xUSBs there now. Better.
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