so how much was E36 M3 when it came out? does this mean that every generation of M3 will be $10k more than the previous one? at this paste then, getting an M3 in the year 2020 might cost us $100k. that kind of doesn't make sense. even if the increases start to be less major (like $2k per every face-lift), it will drive the prices up so much that they won't be able to put price tags on their high-end cars anymore because people with money will rather go with ferraris or aston martins. i know inflation is a factor in a price increase as well, but, i still think that $50k today has pretty much the same (a little less) value as $50k in 2000. so $10k increase in price stands in my opinion on an unsupported ground.
2011 E92 M3 - IB/Beige/Sycamore Wood/6MT/EDC/ZPP2/Nav/PDC/Heated Seats/iPod-USB/Enh. Audio
2008 E92 335i - Montego Blue/Black/Gray Poplar/6MT/ZPP/ZSP/Nav/PDC/Heated Seats/HDRadio/iPod-USB - Sold
2006 E90 330i - Mystic Blue/Black/Aluminum/6MT/ZPP/iDrive/PDC/Heated Seats/Sat. Prep - Sold
1994 E36 325i - Boston Green/Beige/Automatic/ZPP/Heated Seats/Premium Sound - Sold