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      05-26-2011, 12:40 PM   #27
2000 M Roadster (sold), 2006 M Coupe (sold)

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Originally Posted by mkoesel View Post

Granted, I am speculating, but look at how cars like the CLS and A7 are being positioned. BMW's own 6 Series Gran Coupe will probably be priced similarly, relatively speaking, and I think it is best to expect the 3 Series Gran Coupe, and thus the M3 Gran Coupe, will follow suit as well.
Well from what I read the 3 Gran Coupe like the GT is supposed to be more like a 5 series inside but 3 series outside, so price will be in between the two. BUT having said that if the M3 coupe and gran coupe have the exact same engines and interior I can't see them charging more for the gran coupe, making both cars an "M" will take away the upgrade advantages the gran coupe has in non M format making price similar.