1M Options Pricing is in for the US

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We ‘ve known for quite awhile that the 1M would retail for $47,010. However until now we didn ‘t have pricing on the various options for the car. And with so many would-be must have options unfortunately bundled into packages, prospective buyers have been eagerly awaiting word on final pricing. So without further delay here ‘s the the entire list of options with pricing.

  • Convenience package $2,700.00
  • Premium package $2,400.00
  • Heated front seats $500.00
  • Satellite radio $350,00
  • Harmon Kardonsound system $875.00
  • BMW Apps $250.00
  • MSRP: $47,010

Here ‘s the full list of options and option packages.

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  • Michael

    So as theorized the options pricing remained the same as on the rest of the 2011 1-series.

  • Gabe

    Pretty much but in my case I would have to spend almost 6K for the 3K worth of options I really want.

  • Michael

    Right. I am not saying that I agree with the way they chose to package the options (I want my Comfort Access), but at least the prices haven’t gone up.

    Can either of you BF guys possibly confirm or deny a post from 1Addicts? Someone posted that their CA told them that, as of right now, there are only 14 1M allocations for the US. Thanks, guys.

  • andy

    I think I’ll wait it out for the m3 station wagon which seems more handy. This is getting to pricey for me.

  • chad

    ipod/usb option cost? 500?

  • Michael

    chad – Well it would be $400, but due to the fact it ust be ordered with BMW Assist it is actually $1150.

  • Drill

    Haven’t checked 1addicts yet but, what’s the word on US (and Military Sales) allocations?

    Thx

  • Michael

    Haven’t read anything about MS allocations. Most people right now are trying to get a standard allocation.

  • Gabe

    Can either of you BF guys possibly confirm or deny a post from 1Addicts? Someone posted that their CA told them that, as of right now, there are only 14 1M allocations for the US. Thanks, guys.

    14 for the year is not true. 14 for the first build – maybe. Not really sure until I know more about what they speaking of.

  • Michael

    Gabe – Thanks for the response. One person on that forum isn’t scheduled for production until October, not sure why. I found out this morning that I am scheduled for March production; my CA didn’t seem to think it was a big deal.

    • Some dealers may not get a slot until November- there is one dealer that will remain unnamed that sells less than 50 cars per year, yes 50. Why even bother?

  • Gabe

    Gabe – Thanks for the response. One person on that forum isn’t scheduled for production until October, not sure why. I found out this morning that I am scheduled for March production; my CA didn’t seem to think it was a big deal.

    It all comes down to dealer size and how many Ms and 1 Series they sell. Because my dealer is relatively small they only get two cars and the first allocation is in September – which is mine. So yes, that means I won’t receive my car until October sometime.

  • Drill

    Well, up until today I was jealous of the folks who were able to put in real deposits, TODAY I get to be jealous for a whole new reason, lol.

    Congrats to all those getting build dates.

  • It all comes down to dealer size and how many Ms and 1 Series they sell. Because my dealer is relatively small they only get two cars and the first allocation is in September – which is mine. So yes, that means I won’t receive my car until October sometime.

    JEALOUS! What color did you order?

  • Gabe

    What color did you order?

    Alpine White. Would have gone orange if there wasn’t that Godforsaken metallic flake in it.

  • Drill

    Alpine White And don’t forget the CSL graphics package to follow 😉

  • Natextr

    How does this work? If this is a one model-year only car, and production for the new model-year generally changes over in September/October, will Gabe’s car be one of the last produced?

  • Mr Mowse

    I just found out today that my scheduled build date is Oct/November!!! I’ll take delivery just to put it into my garage for the winter! My dealer (one of 3 in Cleveland) was quite distraught at the news as he knows how excited I am to get the car. His dealership (a big one) gets ONE car-MINE…period.

    With three dealers in Cleveland that means their will be a grand total of 3 of these in town. And I thought BMW was just “marketing” when they said this car would be exclusive.

    I was originally told April/May for delivery and envisioned a great summer in my black 1M. This sucks. Any chance that something might change and builds might pick up steam for quicker deliveries???

  • Michael

    My CA asked me for my permission for the dealership to display mine for a week after it arrives because they won’t be getting any dealer cars.

  • chrisM

    @Michael — maybe an opportunity to negotiate a discount for their use of your 1M for advertising 🙂

  • Michael

    @chrisM – my attempt at negotiation made my CA laugh.

  • jayparry

    I thought ipod/usb was standard on all 1 series now?

  • @jayparry- M cars are entirely different. It would take me a while to explain how the base packaging is established but basically BMWNA negotiates with Munich to sell them a car for X price with certain options and they go back and forth until both sides are happy enough (that’s how I have come to understand it).

    -M

  • CCBiggs

    I’m excited about the car, but very disappointed about pricing. North of $50k for a decently equipped 1M is significantly more expensive than I was hoping for. The price puts the car out of reach for young driving enthusiasts. Bummer.

  • @CCBiggs – just sit tight on the sidelines and watch for them to hit the used car market. I think the pricing curve is going to resebmle that of the M coupes (E36/8), as it is a similar car in its spirit and production quantities.

  • Gabe

    I’d recommend looking at the JCW GP over the original M Coupe.

  • Stacy

    Is anyone taking ED on this?

    • There are people that negotiated ED into their purchase way back and dealers are honoring that so yes there are sone taking ED. We’ll have a few “Ultimate ED trips for the Enthusiast” in the next few weeks just to get those juices flowing- the E90 M3 is cheaper than the 1M via ED for all those not wanting to wait or that got locked out.

  • Stacy

    I just put a deposit down for the 1M, but I’m third on the list at a big local dealership. They didn’t seem to have a problem honoring the 7% discount, but I’m not sure that is their final word. They don’t know what their allotment is yet either and nothing is on paper yet. What do you mean an the E90 M3 is cheaper than the 1M with European Delivery?

    • Stacy- allocations were already distributed. There is no ED discount on the 1M. Your dealer is clueless.

      As the cars come out of the dealers allocation, unless they don’t mind losing 7% and CSI money ( as it has been).

      You can already build cars and know the week of the build.

  • Stacy

    I think it might be less the dealership and more the green sales guy who helped me. Maybe They’ll let it go by just this one time;-). I’m guessing I’ll be getting a phone call at some point to set me right. I still don’t know how a M3 could be less expensive even without the ED discount on the 1M.

    Also…. Here is the question that probably is taboo to ask…. On my last BMW I paid full MSRP. They might have given me $300 dollars off and free floor mats or something like that. Question: Does everyone pay full price or is there a little dealing to be done on these cars? I tried as hard as I could to get a smaller price tag, but alas to no avail.

    I understand the 1M will be full price, but my last car was just a 325xi.