Originally Posted by CORTDD
Certainly BMW can do whatever it wants as far as price. However, from what I see, there is no shortage of M3's on US dealers' lots. My local dealer has two white M3s that they have't sold for a while.
A 5% price increase would likely only make this situation worse. Demand for a $70,000+ sports car in this market must be soft. Add to the problem, the lack of any financing deals on 2010+ M3's.
if indeed there is no shortage of M3s on the dealers' lots, then i hope that it will be the same situation come this summer