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10102007, 12:53 PM  #1 
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MSRP sedan vs coupe. how much of a difference?
if i can remember right, the e36 m3 prices (coupe vs sedan) was the same. i hope the sedan this time will be at least 23K less then the coupe. any chance of it being greater?

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Pretty close
I'd concur with this as a pretty darn close guess. Most of the debate on the coupe over the last 6 months has come up with high 50's but with the performance of the car and what it bests, I'm now putting my guess at very low 60's for the coupe, then the sedan price follows

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10142007, 03:18 AM  #11 
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Here's a good way to look at the speculated E92 M3 pricing.
Some of BMWUSAs 'starting at' MSRPs: 550i = $58,500 M5 = $82,900 difference of  $24,400 650i = $75,600 M6 = $99,300 difference of  $23,700 650i Convertible = $82,700 M6 Convertible = $105,100 difference of  $22,400 Total average difference of  $24,100 All of these model comparisons were between the top of the line models in their series versus the M model in its series. Furthermore, the.. 335i coupe = $40,800 335i sedan = $38,900 So, based on what the average is, we could safely speculate.. M3 coupe = $64k M3 sedan = $61k MSRP For those with hopes of seeing something less pricey I'll say.. M3 coupe = $6164k M3 sedan = $5861k MSRP Last edited by Los Angeles; 10142007 at 03:38 AM. 
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^^^ To add to my previous post, the RS4 is compared to the E92 M3 more than any other car.
Based on Audi of America, the RS4 MSRPs at $66,910 That's $35k more than my estimated M3 coupe and sedan prices. 
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Audi, fully optioned, is $70k (no taxes/GG). No way the M3, fully optioned, exceeds that by any significant amount. I suspect the M3 with the options that you want will be less, but BMW sure goes for it with the option pricing.
I was more confident about the sub$60k base price before the weak dollar continued its spiral down into the shitter. 
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Well, it will be.
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1. You know the price right now  99.99999% chance not possible. 2. You are so certain in your estimates you say "when" rather than "if". 3. You will be proven wrong. Want to get in on my bet with JEllis on the $57k price point? 

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And that math is dumb. Price a car by comparing it to another car which is not even in the same class from a different manufacturer ? What did you smoke?
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