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The 2012 BMW 3 Series
is scheduled to hit U.S. BMW
dealerships in February, which makes now a good time to option up our dream Bimmer. The 3 Series configurator reveals 15 different 3 Series models from which to choose, including coupe, convertible, sedan and Wagon variants, plus a choice of a four- and six-cylinder gas engines, along with diesel model and available all-wheel drive.
The all-new for 2012 328i Sedan starts out at $34,900 (plus $895 destination), but just a few options sends the MSRP skyward. Buyers can choose from the Luxury Line model ($2,100), Modern Line ($2,100) or Sport Line ($2,500), plus six option packages that offer everything from enhanced safety technology to an upgraded sound system.
Step up to the 335i Sedan and expect to pay $42,400 (plus $895 destination). The 335i also comes with the choice of Sport Line, Modern Line and Luxury line, but the price tag for those trim levels falls to $1,700, $1,400 and $1,400, respectively. The diesel-powered 335d starts out at $44,150, and the 328i and 335i coupes (still based on the outgoing model generation) start at $38,700 and $45,100, respectively.
Since the next M3
is still a ways away, the current top-rung 3 Series is the 335is Coupe
. We're big fans of its 320 horsepower, but the $52,100 MSRP takes some getting used to. And if you want the droptop 335is, it will cost you $60,800. Just for fun, we optioned out the 335is Convertible with navigation, upgraded sound and all available packages, and we rang up a $71,420 bill. Ouch. Head over to the BMW website
to price out a 3 Series for yourself.2012 BMW 3 Series configurator powers up
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