Originally Posted by lucid
Especially during its introduction...What were people thinking exactly--that they would be able to walk away with it at less than a grand a month?
The E92 M3 is going to be a very hard car to get for some people. I can't wait to see what they are gonna do on the used market. People are definitely gonna flip these cars.
The E90 M3 on the other hand is going to be a car that BMW will beg people to take by next year. I'm not saying it is not a great car, I mean I want one, but the demand for it is basically non-existant from what I have seen. My dealership has 6 E90 M3's so far in the order bank. 0 of them are filled. The E92 M3 on the other hand is packed. BMW is gonna try to get as much money out of the E92 as possible. Plain and simple pricing based on demand.