BMW has decided to tell us something in their discrete yet over-achieving style about the newest edition of the 3 Series, the F30.
We’ve talked about it, looked at it, studied it and gotten to know it pretty well by now, we might as well get down to business and buy one.
To that respect, you can go and talk to a dealer or you can simply spare a few clicks around their website and configure one by yourself.
While you’re at it, why not try and see how scared you can get by the sort of pricing the option list can provide once you tick sufficient boxes.
With the diesel engine under the bonnet you’ll have to pay at least $44.150 for a brand new current generation BMW 335d.
In America, the base F30 BMW 328i will come with a MSRP of $34.900 (not including the $895 destination charge) whereas the model everybody wants is a little more.
The F30 BMW 335i starts out at $42.400, also not including destination. Both of these prices don’t really include the Modern, Luxury or Sport Line setups.
Those choices alone will add between $1.400 and $2.500 dollars to the tag and if you’re ready to go wild BMW is ready to charge you more than 70.000 dollars for what’s basically a compact sedan.
Sure, it’s grown a long way since the original version but there is a issue with the price.
We’re not saying the BMW F30 3 Series isn’t worth it, it’s just that it has a bit of a mental hurdle to overcome.