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      04-06-2007, 04:10 AM   #1
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Official M3 German Pricelists now online

http://www.bmw.de/de/de/index_highen...l/overview.xml

The pdf is available for download here

Soooooooo many options in Germany - I hope there are alot of these built into the standard UK spec car

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      04-06-2007, 04:19 AM   #2
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Just navigate to the M3 2007 section - 66,650 Euros in Germany
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Great info Greg!

I made a quick calculation and it looks like the extras for a very well loaded car will cost about EUR 18k. Plus a potential price of EUR 2.5K for M dual clutch (or however they call it), that's about EUR 20K for the extras or a total of EUR 86 - 88K.

And you have to pay EUR 1850 for the 19" wheels? Not only that the base price doesn't include any more strandart extras than in 335i, but some of the extras are even more expensive...

Damn, it's not cheap but that was expected since this car will be faster than entry-level 911.
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      04-06-2007, 10:22 AM   #4
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Wait so the M3 in Germany is 66,650 Euros thats like 85K USD. WOW.
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      04-06-2007, 11:00 AM   #5
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Wait so the M3 in Germany is 66,650 Euros thats like 85K USD. WOW.
For the most recent M models, BMW has been setting US prices around 64-67% of EUR/US conversion. So, this would translate to around $57-$59k US.
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For the most recent M models, BMW has been setting US prices around 64-67% of EUR/US conversion. So, this would translate to around $57-$59k US.
Right there is a lot more taxes involved in Europe, but I don't think it going to be that cheap, especially first year or so. More in the low 60's.
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i cant read it is there english yet?
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I wana ask a question but dunno where to ask it lol but is there a difference between the concept m3 vs the production m3 ? in appearence?
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I wana ask a question but dunno where to ask it lol but is there a difference between the concept m3 vs the production m3 ? in appearence?
You've sen th concept M3; well... the real one looks like a Bettle! They put a 12 cylinder in it too; and added quad blowers.
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Dutch price; Ä99.500,--.................................that is without options
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Translation PLEASE

Someone please translate (South??). I will try to use some scaling arguments to convert prices into USD as well. Although I am sure our option list in the US will be much smaller and simplified hopefully with many of these things included in all packages base and others.
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For the most recent M models, BMW has been setting US prices around 64-67% of EUR/US conversion. So, this would translate to around $57-$59k US.
Agree
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Someone please translate (South??). I will try to use some scaling arguments to convert prices into USD as well. Although I am sure our option list in the US will be much smaller and simplified hopefully with many of these things included in all packages base and others.
Someone over at M3zine/M3forum translated it. I'll look for it.
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Dutch price; Ä99.500,--.................................that is without options
why so much????
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why so much????
Due too government taxes
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Due too government taxes
Yeah well drugs and hookers are legal, so I'd say you still have it good
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Yeah well drugs and hookers are legal, so I'd say you still have it good
Well, I don`t do drugs and hookers, so the price still pisses me off

I like the red car, not the red light destrict...................
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Someone please translate (South??). I will try to use some scaling arguments to convert prices into USD as well. Although I am sure our option list in the US will be much smaller and simplified hopefully with many of these things included in all packages base and others.
Sure, my easter present for you

Don't know if everything's right, so no guarantee!

If there are any questions referring the single options, feel free and ask...

Best regards, south
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Sure, my easter present for you

Don't know if everything's right, so no guarantee!

If there are any questions referring the single options, feel free and ask...

Best regards, south

Thanks, South!

Happy Easter!
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Thanks, South!

Happy Easter!
You're welcome!

Happy Easter to everyone!

Best regards, south
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Wow, that is quite a list. I will not be needing much of that stuff.

Here goes...

Under consideration:

Electronic Damper Control
Boot lid spoiler delete
Double Spoke Light Alloys220M (which 19" wheel is this?)
Leather "Novillo"
Aluminum Shadow trim (interior trim? may leave it titanium)
Adjustable Side Bolsters
Sun Protection Glass (slight factory non-film tint?)
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HUD?

DAMN you guys have a LOT of options to go through!!!
Unless its not available in Europe, or its included in one of the NAV or other packages, I donít see HUD-Heads Up Display.
Guess that rumor is put to rest.

Otherwise it all look to be there, including the option for a sunroof inplace of the CR-roof (I'll take the CF THANK YOU!).
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