BMW just announced pricing at the LA Auto Show for the highly anticipated F30 3 Series. We ‘re still getting details but for now, here are the important numbers:
– F30 328i / $35,775
– F30 335i / $43,275
That ‘s $1,175 more for the 2012 328i versus the six cylinder E90 version while the F30 335i is $1,225 more than the out going E90 version. BMW says the price difference can be attributed to a number of options that are now standard (biggest of which is the 8-speed auto) and a number of expensive new features such as break regeneration and auto stop-start.
We ‘ll have more shortly. In the mean-time check out the BMWNA ordering guide we wrote about last week.