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      12-11-2015, 07:14 PM   #89
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i find it weird the way they price the DCT option.

on a z4 its like a $500 option over a manual and i'm pretty sure the exact same transmission. then again it doesn't have all that drive logic programming, but well heres to hoping its closer to $500 than $3000
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i find it weird the way they price the DCT option.

on a z4 its like a $500 option over a manual and i'm pretty sure the exact same transmission. then again it doesn't have all that drive logic programming, but well heres to hoping its closer to $500 than $3000
When I got my 335is, it was a no cost option since they had an option credit automatically applied for it. Not sure if the hardware is identical but it sure was fast. The drive logic should make a difference since the one in my car was not very smart.
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      12-15-2015, 10:18 PM   #91
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BMW Canada is close to release details for the M2. The M2 is now part of the model line-up on www.bmw.ca.

What about BMW USA?
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BMW Canada is close to release details for the M2. The M2 is now part of the model line-up on www.bmw.ca.

What about BMW USA?
Not yet. M2 is still under the 'Future Vehicles' category :/
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      12-16-2015, 03:26 PM   #93
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We won't see official pricing until during/after the reveal in Detroit, right?

that would be my guess...
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Just had a dream that the M2 U.S. MSRP was $51,895 + destination.
A 3% average annual inflation rate from the 1M price would be $54,000. That's halfway between an M235 and an M3. BMW also needs to leave pricing room for the M240i.
M240i cannot go up much more or they will not sell as many.
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My guess is this will be 57k with 6MT and fully loaded otherwise.
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M240i cannot go up much more or they will not sell as many.
If the 3 M2s per dealer per year speculated estimates are true, I see no reason for BMW to price these cars in any reasonable range. Either you'll wait for one at any price or buy a 240i or M3 because you can't wait 6 to 12 months. The M2 will not cannibalize sales of any other model for this very reason. There aren't enough to pull people away from other models with any significant impact.
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If the 3 M2s per dealer per year speculated estimates are true, I see no reason for BMW to price these cars in any reasonable range. Either you'll wait for one at any price or buy a 240i or M3 because you can't wait 6 to 12 months. The M2 will not cannibalize sales of any other model for this very reason. There aren't enough to pull people away from other models with any significant impact.
Canadian pricing has been released and it is very good. The car comes fully loaded... only DCT and metallic color as options... for $61,000. To put this in perspective, a base M4 is $74,000 and a similarly equipped loaded M4 in Canada is $95,000. My upcoming M2, similarly equipped to my current M4, is MORE than $30,000CDN less!!!

I bet the US pricing for a loaded M2 will be low $50k.
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      12-22-2015, 06:33 PM   #98
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If the 3 M2s per dealer per year speculated estimates are true, I see no reason for BMW to price these cars in any reasonable range. Either you'll wait for one at any price or buy a 240i or M3 because you can't wait 6 to 12 months. The M2 will not cannibalize sales of any other model for this very reason. There aren't enough to pull people away from other models with any significant impact.
Canadian pricing has been released and it is very good. The car comes fully loaded... only DCT and metallic color as options... for $61,000. To put this in perspective, a base M4 is $74,000 and a similarly equipped loaded M4 in Canada is $95,000. The M2, similarly equipped is more than $30,000CDN less!!!

I bet the US pricing for a loaded M2 will be low $50k.
Lets hope so. But even if they are only $3k more than the 240i, it means nothing. They could be priced exactly the same. Doesn't matter. They won't be sitting on the lots long enough for anyone to say "well I'll just buy the M2!" Wrong. Few will wait the time it will take to actually get one. It won't make a dent in the m240i sales.
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I still stand by my number from my original post.
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I still stand by my number from my original post.
Based on the Canadian pricing, I bet your original post is, in fact, correct (or damn close).
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M240i cannot go up much more or they will not sell as many.
If the 3 M2s per dealer per year speculated estimates are true, I see no reason for BMW to price these cars in any reasonable range. Either you'll wait for one at any price or buy a 240i or M3 because you can't wait 6 to 12 months. The M2 will not cannibalize sales of any other model for this very reason. There aren't enough to pull people away from other models with any significant impact.
The first model year will be a shorter production run..

4 years of production. Buy early maybe you will pay way to much.
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      12-23-2015, 12:17 PM   #102
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I bet the US pricing for a loaded M2 will be low $50k.
SCOTT26 says base M2 pricing will be more than the Audi TTS which starts at $51,900 USD
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I bet the US pricing for a loaded M2 will be low $50k.
SCOTT26 says base M2 pricing will be more than the Audi TTS which starts at $51,900 USD
He's been wrong before. He doesn't work for BMW NA, who will set the price here. I wouldn't put much weight into his statement.
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He's been wrong before. He doesn't work for BMW NA, who will set the price here. I wouldn't put much weight into his statement.
I generally put weight to Scott's comments but agree with you here.

Whether Scott26 is right or wrong, I just can't see the US pricing being closer than $8-$10,000 in the spread with Canada. Our dollar is pennies on the US dollar and Canadian cars are always notably more. $61,000 is the confirmed price for a loaded car in Canada. I suppose the US might be $52,000 or $53,000 for a loaded M2 but how could it be higher given the Canadian price?
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SCOTT26 says base M2 pricing will be more than the Audi TTS which starts at $51,900 USD
I'm sorry but I have never said that. Primarily because I am not familiar with the US market dictate their pricing structures so I cannot confirm or deny if that is the case.
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I'm sorry but I have never said that. Primarily because I am not familiar with the US market dictate their pricing structures so I cannot confirm or deny if that is the case.
Appoligies, I'm quoting another member's statement on your behalf.
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with the canada pricing out... i'm thinking the $51k US base price might actually happen. and i'm fully willing to pay that. just take my money already
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SCOTT26 says base M2 pricing will be more than the Audi TTS which starts at $51,900 USD
I'm sorry but I have never said that. Primarily because I am not familiar with the US market dictate their pricing structures so I cannot confirm or deny if that is the case.
I'm very happy that you cleared that up Scott because I have seen other members quote you saying that many times.
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I'm sorry but I have never said that. Primarily because I am not familiar with the US market dictate their pricing structures so I cannot confirm or deny if that is the case.
I think everyone was referring to your post here:

http://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...7&postcount=88

To be fair you didn't specific which market.
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I'm sorry but I have never said that. Primarily because I am not familiar with the US market dictate their pricing structures so I cannot confirm or deny if that is the case.
I think everyone was referring to your post here:

http://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/sho...7&postcount=88

To be fair you didn't specific which market.
Well technically Scott is right because the M2 costs more than the TTS in the German market.
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