By Gabriel Bridger //M3March 10, 2008 M3 Marked up to $100K by US Dealer Stealer It ‘s so sad and wrong (especially with the 135i being more fun) but the new M3 has been marked up $30,000 dollars by a California dealer. Check it here. Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Previous articleBimmerFile Review: M3 Next articleTesting the new M3 at Laguna Seca You may also like Car Magazine Interviews New BMW M Boss Markus Flasch BMW M3 CSL and GTS Video Reviews The BMW E46 M3 CSL vs M2 Competition – Autocar Pits Old Against New Jon Lol 100k for a M3, just goes to show some dealers live in a fantasy land. Of course I doubt BMW will not be able to do anything about it. Also have to say no suprise that this is at a California dealership, in my car buying history California doesn’t rank on the place to buy cars in general. Liam Yikes! There’s no way a dealer could get away with anything over RRP in Australia. Michael Wow! I touched the car for the first time yesterday and it only had a $5k markup which I would gladly pay rather than wait the eight months until the next allotment opens up! The sedan does not look as menacing as the coupe in real life… It is a nice looking beast though! GSKChicago Doesn’t the saying go “there’s a sucker born every minute”? Hopefully, none that can afford to drop $100k on a car are that gullible. Nice to have the first one on the block, but really, makes absolutely no sense to me! Neil S BMW of San Francisco marked their first M6’s up 40K and sold them in less than a week. Some people want what they want and will pay anything for it. Kirk W BMW of Northwest Arkansas has two sitting on the lot, a 2 door and a 4 door, with no additional dealer markup. I will be happy to go buy one and drive it to California for someone for only $25k over sticker.