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Old 07-23-2005, 02:33 AM
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Unhappy Price increase, does it affect ED program?

Hi all,

My first post in bimmerfest =)
Today I got a Press release on new pricing for the 2006 model (Sept Production), and I wonder if any updated pricings are released for the ED program (Sept production). It listed out the new pricing for US MSRP effective after September.

I check out the price list on top and notice the ED invoice was increased by ~300-400? But that seems to be fixing some pricing error (since that price sheet still has the pre-sept US MSRP)?

I am planning to get a 525i thru ED early next year so hate to hear the price increase, but wonder how that will affect the ED invoice pricing. At least there's some updates on the 5 series for post sept production which is nice to hear. Somehow the 525i has a higher increase ($700), vs the 530i (which is a $300 increase), maybe some more standard equipment on 525i than now?

Thanks!

See below for press release (which may be old news to you all =P)

BMW PRICING CHANGES FOR 2006
Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) For All BMW Models Are Announced


Woodcliff Lake, NJ, July 20, 2005... BMW of North America, LLC announces its new pricing for the 2006 model year. Effective September 1, 2005, the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) for all 2006 BMW vehicles and the 2005 Z4 models will increase by an average of 1.4%. Despite the changes in MSRP, pricing for available options and packages will remain the same, except for minor package content changes.
Model Base MSRP*
325i Sedan $31,595
325xi Sedan $33,495
330i Sedan $37,295
330xi Sedan $39,195
325xi Sports Wagon $35,295
325Ci Coupe $32,995
325Ci Convertible $40,295
330Ci Coupe $38,295
330Ci Convertible $45,595
525i Sedan $43,195
525xi Sedan $45,395
530i Sedan $47,495
530xi Sedan $49,695
550i Sedan $58,095
530xi Sports Wagon $52,095
650i Coupe $72,495
650i Convertible $79,495
750i Sedan $72,495
750Li Sedan $76,495
760i Sedan $112,195
760Li Sedan $119,595
M3 Coupe $49,595
M3 Convertible $57,295
M5 Sedan $81,895
Z4 Roadster 2.5i (2005 model year) $35,495
Z4 Roadster 3.0i (2005 model year) $42,495
X3 3.0i Sports Activity Vehicle $37,495
X5 3.0i Sports Activity Vehicle $43,195
X5 4.4i Sports Activity Vehicle $54,295
X5 4.8is Sports Activity Vehicle $71,795
* Includes $695 Destination & Handling charge
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Old 07-23-2005, 06:57 AM
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Originally Posted by kylechan
Hi all,

My first post in bimmerfest =)
Today I got a Press release on new pricing for the 2006 model (Sept Production), and I wonder if any updated pricings are released for the ED program (Sept production). It listed out the new pricing for US MSRP effective after September.

I check out the price list on top and notice the ED invoice was increased by ~300-400? But that seems to be fixing some pricing error (since that price sheet still has the pre-sept US MSRP)?

I am planning to get a 525i thru ED early next year so hate to hear the price increase, but wonder how that will affect the ED invoice pricing. At least there's some updates on the 5 series for post sept production which is nice to hear. Somehow the 525i has a higher increase ($700), vs the 530i (which is a $300 increase), maybe some more standard equipment on 525i than now?

Thanks!

See below for press release (which may be old news to you all =P)
Hi Kylechan, welcome to the 'fest. I haven't seen an official price list for ED, but I assure you that the price increased just as much for ED invoice as it did for US purchases. The ED invoice increase from earlier was indeed fixing an even earlier pricing error by BMW NA. Anyway, good luck with your purchase, and keep us posted over in the ED board as to your progress for your trip! Its the experience of a lifetime! If you're interested, my ED writeup can be found here:

http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=104976

Good luck,

Me530
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