You can't do a straight Euro-to-Dollar conversion to get the US price, as most European companies sell their cars in the US for less than they are selling them for in Europe.
Originally Posted by Evlengr
Little baffled on this one.
It is over $15k more than the original pricing of the X3.
You would think with the mfg being done here (US) that it would be a bit more competitive.
I am hoping this is wrong. $50k would be a bit much but still somewhat competitive.
For comparison, in Germany a 2010 X3 3.0i is 45,200 euros and a 2010 X3 2.0d is 38,600 euros.
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