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      01-14-2008, 05:24 PM   #45
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Not Bad!
mine configuered assumind DCT is 2900 will come out to be 57,775

Options are as follows
668 Jet Black $N/A
ZCW Cold Weather Package $750
ZPP Premium Package $1900
ZTP Technology Package $3250
2MT 19" wheels $1200
507 Park Distance Control $500
M-DCT $2900 ???

Thanks BMW
You meant $67,775?
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      01-14-2008, 05:26 PM   #46
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You guys are lucky. The M3 costs 53,000 basic in Britain - nearly twice as much as you guys pay.
They screw us to subsidise the price for you.

Examples for the coupe. To compare price properly, our version of sales tax or local tax is called V.A.T. or Value Added Tax. The rate is 17.5% and is included within the following prices over here (converted to U.S.D.)
Sat Nav Pro - $3,700
Dakota leather - $2,450
Comfort Access - $800
Transport from Germany to Britain (not really the same distance as the States) $1,000
I could go on but it would make me sick.

An M3 with most of the good stuff would cost about $114,000 here so think yourselves lucky!
I know someone will start this again...please go here if you still complain about the price difference.

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=107325
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Wow...that's a very a reasonable price for a m3.

I thought M3 would be in the RS4 price category(66k).
And have you guys heard about the IS-F pricing? I like lexus but, 56k for a IS-F with a hard ride?? I dont think so...!

I would take a M3 in a heartbeat with the value they offering.


And can someone explain to me what a universal garage opener is?????
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Wow...that's a very a reasonable price for a m3.

I thought M3 would be in the RS4 price category(66k).
And have you guys heard about the IS-F pricing? I like lexus but, 56k for a IS-F with a hard ride?? I dont think so...!

I would take a M3 in a heartbeat with the value they offering.


And can someone explain to me what a universal garage opener is?????

You can program your door opener into the car's universal opener. The buttons are mounted on the lower half of the rear view mirror on my 335.
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And can someone explain to me what a universal garage opener is?????
it replaces your garage door remote with a button on the dash or mirror (i'm not really sure where it is on BMWs) so you don't have to have the remote rattling around in your car.
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And can someone explain to me what a universal garage opener is?????
Otherwise know as HomeLink.

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You can program your door opener into the car's universal opener. The buttons are mounted on the lower half of the rear view mirror on my 335.
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it replaces your garage door remote with a button on the dash or mirror (i'm not really sure where it is on BMWs) so you don't have to have the remote rattling around in your car.
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Otherwise know as HomeLink.

http://homelink.com/home/home.tml
Cool...thanks guys....this is a cool gadget...I sometimes need one since my building has given me only one remote(Cheap Bast**ds)...I hope I can get this in the 'after market'.

I wasn't sure that it really meant that...thanks again.
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Well based on that it comes to $63,850 for me then I guess adding on cold weather, iPod, DCT it should get north of $66K which is getting kind of steep.

EDIT: SO I just read more of the post and iPod aside looks like the car I am looking for comes out to exactly $67,000.
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Mad props to timsev for the info!!
-M3 Coupe $56,500
-M3 Sedan $53,800
plus $775 destination
Options:
-Premium Package-Power folding mirrors, universal garage opener, digital compass mirror, BMW Assist, Novillo Leather interior and choice of three optional interior trims. - $1900
-Technology Package- EDC, M Drive, Comfort Access, and navigation system - $3250
-19" wheels with performance tires in mixed sizes (style 220) - $1200
-Electronic Damping Control (EDC) - $1000
-Extended Novillo Leather Interior - $2000 or $1100 with Premium Package
-Enhanced Premium Sound - $1900
M3 Coupe: steel roof with glass moonroof - No Charge
M3 Sedan: Moonroof - $1050
All regular options should mirror 3-series pricing.

Great Post. Do have a link to where you found this info or an attachment?
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Great Post. Do have a link to where you found this info or an attachment?
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Mad props to timsev for the info!!
He's my dealer.
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Wow, over 2500+ views in about 13 hours.
Guess it helps when it is linked by other forums.

2507 views - 13 hours = 193 views per hour, 3.2 views per minute
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He's my dealer.
Was it Irv at MotorWerks in Barrington?
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can someone inform me about what color leather option there is for the m3 ?
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can someone inform me about what color leather option there is for the m3 ?

I believe there is silver, fox red, black and bamboo.
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Swamp... 56,500.... I dunno....do I win?

Most definitions I have seen say MSRP does not include destination...

Jason
I thought I could find it with enough google... It did take a while.

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=86418

I lost and officially concede the bet. We even carefully spelled out that desitnation would not be included. Congrats on a fine estimate, your victory and to us both for getting a darn fine price if we both make a purchase. I may need some help finding all of the ricey stickers to use on my car, of course not with any implication that you would actually know.
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ok so the premium pkg gets you the leather (not extened) with your choice of the leather and trim at $1,900...including all of the other nonsense..

my question is can i get the leather as a stand alone ? i was told yes at 2,ooo but my assumption is that that would be thee extended leather which i dont want. so not extended is priced at $1,100 ( as stand alone) ?
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ok so the premium pkg gets you the leather (not extened) with your choice of the leather and trim at $1,900...including all of the other nonsense..

my question is can i get the leather as a stand alone ? i was told yes at 2,ooo but my assumption is that that would be thee extended leather which i dont want. so not extended is priced at $1,100 ( as stand alone) ?
I believe stand alone leather is $1450.00.
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sounds legit...thx for the info hope you're right
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I thought I could find it with enough google... It did take a while.

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=86418

I lost and officially concede the bet. We even carefully spelled out that desitnation would not be included. Congrats on a fine estimate, your victory and to us both for getting a darn fine price if we both make a purchase. I may need some help finding all of the ricey stickers to use on my car, of course not with any implication that you would actually know.
wow I'm surprised swamp is taking his loss well
jk good estimating both of you guys
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Any ideas on when lease numbers should arrive?
I know its a rough way of going about it, but until we get some firm residuals and money factors, this will ball-park it for you.

Multiply your bottom line total $ from SWAMP's spreadsheet by the "average ______%". This will give you a decent idea.

For me...
$61,850 x 1.5299% = $946/mo.
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