BMW NA’s i3 Price & Ordering Guide Released

For anyone considering BMW’s new all electric i3 this is the document you’ve been waiting for. A couple of highlights before you read on. Unsurprisingly BMW has broken most of the options into packages. Unfortunately this puts the larger 8.8″ navigation system into the $2,500 technology package which packages BMW apps and the ACC Stop & Go + Active Driving Assistant together. Parking distance control likewise is unavailable outside of the $1,000 Parking package which combines it with the automatic parking assistant and rear camera. All this means that we’ll likely only ever see either poverty spec or loaded i3s running around. But with a $41,350 base price and Federal and State governments kicking in up to $10k in incentives for electric cars, this is still a bargain in our eyes.

Download: 2014 BMW NA i3 Pricing Guide (PDF)

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  • widepipe

    Are they still going to be offering the option to borrow an X5 for a few weeks a year? That is honestly a big deciding factor for us. We’ll use the i3 in the city 95% of the time, but need to take a few longer trips every year. We can rent a minivan or something, but this kind of option would make this a no-brainer for us.

    • They’re still working through the details of that program. But rest assured they will announce it soon. I think that will get quite a few people (even myself) over the hurdle.— Sent from Mailbox for iPad

    • BimmerFile_Michael

      Alternate Mobility Program For those occasional long-distance trips, BMW i is developing customized mobility solutions for your longer excursions. Whether you’re planning a long weekend getaway or a road trip vacation, BMW i will have you covered in style. * Available in select markets with the launch of the BMW i3 in early 2014.

      • widepipe

        How much? Are there restrictions on miles and what states I can take it to? I won’t complain if they just threw it in for us early adopters! 😉