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      05-29-2007, 12:16 PM   #1
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Dealer Price List for car and options - UK

Apologies if this is a repost, just got here this weekend as I just ordered my M3.

If not hope this is of interest to some people as my dealer (Leeds) just gave me it so I can mull over the options I want.

Extended leather trim Novillo Fox red £750
Electronic Damper Control £1295
19'' M Double Spoke Alloy Wheel £1265
Elec folding mirrors £255
Univeral remote control £175
Comfort Access £430
Climate Comfort Screen £115
Rear electric blind £195
Floor mats £75
Ski Bag £130
ISOFIX £65
Storage Compartment Pack £45
Front heated seats £260
Sliding front armrest £110
Black carbon look leather interior trim £335
PDC £285
Adaptive headlights £245
High beam assistant £95
TV £710
BMW online £300
Bluetooth etc £535
DAB £280
CD changed (6 disc) £295
Hi Fi Sys Prof DSP £820
USB Audio interface £205
High gloss shadow line £350
Sun protection glass £195

There are some stereo options missing but other than that Im told thats the full option list as of now.

Now to decide what to go for, I think the following is a must.

Electronic Damper Control £1295
19'' M Double Spoke Alloy Wheel £1265
Floor mats £75
Storage Compartment Pack £45
TV £710
BMW online £300
Hi Fi Sys Prof DSP £820
USB Audio interface £205

And may go for these

Front heated seats £260
PDC £285

Not sure whatthese ones are though? Can anyone enlighten me please?

Univeral remote control £175
Comfort Access £430
Climate Comfort Screen £115
Sliding front armrest £110 (obviously an armrest but is it any better than the std?)
High gloss shadow line £350

Cheers!
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      05-29-2007, 01:26 PM   #2
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Not sure whatthese ones are though? Can anyone enlighten me please?

Univeral remote control £175
Comfort Access £430
Climate Comfort Screen £115
Sliding front armrest £110 (obviously an armrest but is it any better than the std?)
High gloss shadow line £350

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How about asking your dealer?

Universal remote control is three buttons on the rear view mirror which can be programmed to open things such as electric garage doors. (Worthwhile if you have a use for it).

Comfort access is the ability to open the car and start it without taking the key out of your pocket. (Worth speccing).

Climate comfort screen is a special type of glass which helps to stop the sun heating up the interior. (Not worth it).

Sliding front armrest means that the armrest is split longitudinally, with the section nearest the driver moveable backwards and forwards. (Not worth it but I will probably spec it).

High gloss shadow line is the black trim around the outside of the windows made extra shiny. It comes matt black as standard. (Not worth it).
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      05-29-2007, 02:04 PM   #3
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So are we to understand that satnav comes as standard?
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      05-29-2007, 03:18 PM   #4
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yeah sat nav is standard,

im gonna go for :
Electronic Damper Control £1295
Elec folding mirrors £255
Comfort Access £430
Floor mats £75
Storage Compartment Pack £45
Front heated seats £260
Black carbon look leather interior trim £335
PDC £285
Bluetooth etc £535
not to sure bout tv as i have the alpine dvd, sat nav & tv in my car, dont watch or use much of the tv signal isnt brilliant but its not like you gonna get MTV SKYSPORTS or MOVIES, but the dvd is really handy i burn loadz of stuff on my dvd recorder at home music movies etc n if i get trapped into shopping i drive park n watch a movie etc while wife does shopping, but if the tv option is gonna be digital may be worth it, but id rather make use of the AV input on the car and connect a portable device to it. i hope the PDC is for the front as i assume the rear is standard and the front is option? also my dealer was saying by the time the 4 door is available march 08 that damper option is gonna probably be standard any 1 else heard this?

THE LIST is very helpfull thanks!:rocks:
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      05-29-2007, 07:22 PM   #5
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What's the base price in the UK?
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According to autoblog.com

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What's the base price in the UK?
It will be £50,626. Don't think this is really official yet though. Using the known prices for the E60 M5 in the US and UK and using these to ratio the price puts the US base price at $64,700. I think this ratio method is closer to what we will actually see with the SA prices which gave us $56.2k USD. Perhaps the UK cars will come with many more std. options than SA?
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      05-29-2007, 10:51 PM   #7
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Apologies if this is a repost, just got here this weekend as I just ordered my M3....
Congrats!

Can you please post the official option codes as well. Your wording/abbreviations do not allow me to compare directly with South African option prices with official BMW designations. Thanks.
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It will be £50,626. Don't think this is really official yet though. Using the known prices for the E60 M5 in the US and UK and using these to ratio the price puts the US base price at $64,700. I think this ratio method is closer to what we will actually see with the SA prices which gave us $56.2k USD. Perhaps the UK cars will come with many more std. options than SA?
Thats true, hoefully it will be like SA prices, but i think base price in US will be between 55K-60K
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      05-31-2007, 06:34 AM   #9
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Thats true, hoefully it will be like SA prices, but i think base price in US will be between 55K-60K

My order form dated 25th May 2007 says the price for the car, without options, is £49,680.00 inc VAT.
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      05-31-2007, 06:44 AM   #10
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So does mine, but the OTR price with registration, tax, delivery and fuel is £1,005 more, making a total of £50,685.

Does anyone else think £350 for "High Gloss Shadow Line" is the biggest rip-off ever? WTF?!!!! (Still bought it 'cus the matt finish looks awful !)
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      05-31-2007, 06:59 AM   #11
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£598 delivery and £50 registration fee, just noticed there is £300 on for bodycare. Better off with having it swissolled?
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High gloss is a big con! On the E46 coupe sport, high gloss was standard, and the m3 was standard too. I cant believe they want to charge for different paint. Its marketing by bmw milking it. scott26 maybe you can justify why this paint is so expensive.

form follows what? my arse.
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      05-31-2007, 11:00 AM   #13
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High gloss appears to be standard on the M-sport E92's.

Frankly I would rather they just added £350 to the price without me having to know that one bit of plastic costs £350 more if it is a bit shinier than the
other!

I would love to hear BMW's attempt to justify the cost
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Swamp - option codes fyi (just the ones I ordered, I'm afraid).
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Sorry Swamp, meant to do it and ive left the bl**dy sheet at work, will do full list tomorrow.
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