Originally Posted by JEllis
We all have our estimates but I honestly believe that BMW is going to shock us with a relatively low MSRP.
The M3 was great for many reasons and one of the biggest has always been great performance for bargain. To me 65K is not a bargain especially when the RS4 and C63 AMG can be had for the same price. Not to mention the GTR comes almost loaded at 69K. I believe the M3 will significantly undercut the competition as it has historically. However, only time will tell. Hopefully we find out sooner than later.
While I truly hope this to be the case, I think one of the major reasons BMW have not released the US MSRP is because it will be in-line with European prices with regard to premiums over 335 or previous e46 M3 models. This means a big old hike in US MSRP - the longer BMW waits, the worse it's going to be.