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Old 03-25-2012, 09:15 PM
X3ff X3ff is offline
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carsolutions.com lists the U.S. invoice and MSRP prices for the 2013 X3s.

All the data is there but the 35i configurator is tricky and I found that I had to blank all the 'appearance' (color) selections, select my desired options and packages, and then reselect my color choices to make it work.

The 28i configuration just does not seem to work.

All the pricing, both invoice and MSRP, is shown however.

Invoice for the base price works out to be about 92% of MSRP while the invoice prices for options are 91%. Remember that the invoice price on the $895 delivery fee is 100% of the MSRP.

Those percentages match the numbers that I have seen from other sources for the 2012s.

It looks like BMW computes the price based on the above percentages and then prices at the nearest round sounding number.

Remember, depending on your location, The dealer may have to pay a regional advertising fee for each vehicle and some people include that cost in what they call the Invoice Price. Some folks also include documentation fees in their definition of Invoice Price. Neither of those costs are reflected in the car solutions published pricing.

Last edited by X3ff; 03-27-2012 at 01:59 PM. Reason: additional info
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