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Old 05-01-2006, 09:52 AM
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If its replacing the 330, its starting @ $39.9K in base;; they can't afford to go higher.
They won't go any lower because they won't have to;; people will pay about $3500
to $4000 more than the cost of a 330.
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I don't know where you get this 10 THOUSAND dollars north idea, not based on what I said. If the base is $42k then that is still only $5400 more then a 330i base.

A fully loaded 330 can cost $51,500 sticker. So how big of deal would it be if a 335 cost $55k.

I know your bummed out about getting a 328 in the fall, but try to clear your mind and think before you post.
Actually, you're right, it was not based on what you said. But a 42K 335 at base is still worth it, so I think I can avoid the 328.

Sounds like *you* might be bummed out that your yet-to-arrive 330 is scheduled for obsolescence
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Look at it this way: even if the 335i is ridiculously overpriced (though I doubt it will be), you can still have an IS350 or E46 M3 for under 40k.
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I thought some of us are proud to own expensive Euro cars like Benz, BMW, why we want the European car price lower than the Japanese car ? If BMW is cheap, will we still want to own one?
Oh my god. Is this just about the "prestige" associated with the badge for you?

Personally, I'm not looking to buy a BMW because it is more "expensive" than an Infinity or a Lexus; I'm looking to buy one for the overall package it offers. If I wanted prestige, I would get a low-end Mercedes; the C-class drives like crap, doesn't come in a manual, but the average person on the street will be impressed. I don't think that the blue and white roundel somehow makes me "better" than someone driving a G35.
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Look at it this way: even if the 335i is ridiculously overpriced (though I doubt it will be), you can still have an IS350 or E46 M3 for under 40k.
Yeah, but the IS needs a stick shift before I consider it; I'll probably keep the car for at least 6-8 years, and if I have to drive an automatic for 7 days a week, 365 days a year, for 7 years, I will end up driving off a cliff. Or just die of boredom. Or both.

E46 M3 for under 40k? Pre-owned I imagine? I'm not sure I want to get a pre-owned M3; the last owner probably kicked the **** out of it.

Nah, I doubt the 335 will be over 42k base; in that case, a few months of saving for a larger downpayment, and I think I'm set. I might even do an ED in that case (I can't leave the US until at least october, and would rather not to an ED over the winter months, with a sports package and summer tires )

I *could* consider the Infinity G35 coupe, but I think the new coupe is only coming out later this year; I don't know, I don't follow Infinity that much. The sedan is supposedly out this summer, but I really, really don't like the looks of the sedan. On the other hand, the coupe looks like it would be really uncomfortable in the back seats; the E92 rear looks more spacious than the G35's; there appears to be more headroom as well as legroom. I've heard that the Infinity is kind of plasticky, but the new one supposedly has better quality interiors.

The Acura TL would be an option if it were rear-wheel drive. I don't know what Honda was smoking. Anyways, the TL has great interiors in my opinion (better than the Infinity), and is the best value in this segment, but the front wheel drive with the 60-40 distribution throws me off; it's not a sports sedan.

I think that about covers it; I could get a Z4 or something (I'm single and 24), but would not want to rent a car everytime my parents visit the US.

EDIT: Added info about the g35 and the acura tl.

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Most of the extras I got on the 330 I like but, personally, I could do without the fancy-schmancy Xenon lights that turn in the direction you're going.
I'd rather have paid $800 less.
Then you must not drive on dark, twisty roads very often. I do (although, admittedly, it's mostly because I go out of my way to do so ) and I think the adaptive lights are among the most effective, useful and cool features on the car. I'd have paid $1,600 more just to get them.

What's more, since this thread is about predictions, let me make another one: the adaptive lights will eventually be adopted by many other car manufacturers and will become mainstream, just like airbags and ABS brakes did.

Just my two cents.
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People screwed me for saying the 335i is over 40K
This made me feeel bad for "screwing" you.

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I thought some of us are proud to own expensive Euro cars like Benz, BMW, why we want the European car price lower than the Japanese car ? If BMW is cheap, will we still want to own one?
And then this made me feel really good about it.

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This sums up my situation perfectly.

So, does anyone know when the pricing will be officially released on the e92 coupe? Will we have to wait until June?

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Yeah, but the IS needs a stick shift before I consider it; I'll probably keep the car for at least 6-8 years, and if I have to drive an automatic for 7 days a week, 365 days a year, for 7 years, I will end up driving off a cliff. Or just die of boredom. Or both.

E46 M3 for under 40k? Pre-owned I imagine? I'm not sure I want to get a pre-owned M3; the last owner probably kicked the **** out of it.

Nah, I doubt the 335 will be over 42k base; in that case, a few months of saving for a larger downpayment, and I think I'm set. I might even do an ED in that case (I can't leave the US until at least october, and would rather not to an ED over the winter months, with a sports package and summer tires )

I *could* consider the Infinity G35 coupe, but I think the new coupe is only coming out later this year; I don't know, I don't follow Infinity that much. The sedan is supposedly out this summer, but I really, really don't like the looks of the sedan. On the other hand, the coupe looks like it would be really uncomfortable in the back seats; the E92 rear looks more spacious than the G35's; there appears to be more headroom as well as legroom. I've heard that the Infinity is kind of plasticky, but the new one supposedly has better quality interiors.

The Acura TL would be an option if it were rear-wheel drive. I don't know what Honda was smoking. Anyways, the TL has great interiors in my opinion (better than the Infinity), and is the best value in this segment, but the front wheel drive with the 60-40 distribution throws me off; it's not a sports sedan.

I think that about covers it; I could get a Z4 or something (I'm single and 24), but would not want to rent a car everytime my parents visit the US.

EDIT: Added info about the g35 and the acura tl.
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This made me feeel bad for "screwing" you.



And then this made me feel really good about it.

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You had almost got my cool sense of humor about pricing
I now lower my estimate to 40-42K base price, so the 335i is higher class and not eating our money for adding options. Happy.
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Oh my god. Is this just about the "prestige" associated with the badge for you?

Personally, I'm not looking to buy a BMW because it is more "expensive" than an Infinity or a Lexus; I'm looking to buy one for the overall package it offers. If I wanted prestige, I would get a low-end Mercedes; the C-class drives like crap, doesn't come in a manual, but the average person on the street will be impressed. I don't think that the blue and white roundel somehow makes me "better" than someone driving a G35.
I have heard this hundred times , do we ever get bored?
We all have different characters and that character goes with our communter.

BUT, the fact is, if you drive a BMW, then it is the BMW that you drive that matters.
People who are looking at you WILL NOT care whether you buy a BMW is because you hate a Merc or whether the E90 has a ****** good manual tranny. People only believe your drive a BMW is because you are a wealthy individual who can afford a better car than a Honda Civic.

This is the society honor that comes with our hard earned money spent, whether we like it or not?
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I have heard this hundred times , do we ever get bored?
We all have different characters and that character goes with our communter.

BUT, the fact is, if you drive a BMW, then it is the BMW that you drive that matters.
People who are looking at you WILL NOT care whether you buy a BMW is because you hate a Merc or whether the E90 has a ****** good manual tranny. People only believe your drive a BMW is because you are a wealthy individual who can afford a better car than a Honda Civic.

This is the society honor that comes with our hard earned money spent, whether we like it or not?

In the US, people dont look at you if you're driving a 3 series BMW. It's not a big deal. They are just as likely to look at you if you are driving an Infinity G35. Besides that, whether someone can afford a 35K G35, or a 44K 330 doesn't speak much about the difference in their financial status.
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In the US, people dont look at you if you're driving a 3 series BMW. It's not a big deal. They are just as likely to look at you if you are driving an Infinity G35. Besides that, whether someone can afford a 35K G35, or a 44K 330 doesn't speak much about the difference in their financial status.
I don't agree,I think a bmw 3 series,is more of a status or luxury symbol than a g35.That doesn't mean a g35 is not a good car.I think the g35 has the least status symbol of all the luxury competitors in this segment,IMO.I think lexus and bmw are similiar,then acura and infiniti at bottom.
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Hmmm, maybe you guys are right. Personally, I look whenever I see a G35 or an E90. But I've noticed that a lot of people have posted that nobody looks at their 3er, esp in Southern Cali.

I guess the Bimmer is a higher status symbol than the G35. But then, in terms of cost, the Infinity and the 325 are almost the same.
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Old 05-01-2006, 11:21 PM
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In the US, people dont look at you if you're driving a 3 series BMW. It's not a big deal. They are just as likely to look at you if you are driving an Infinity G35. Besides that, whether someone can afford a 35K G35, or a 44K 330 doesn't speak much about the difference in their financial status.
See what it says under the "Mein Auto" section of my profile?

My car does get noticed at night from time to time, mainly because it has HIDs and it's black. During the day, though, no - it's just another car.
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Hmmm, maybe you guys are right. Personally, I look whenever I see a G35 or an E90. But I've noticed that a lot of people have posted that nobody looks at their 3er, esp in Southern Cali.

I guess the Bimmer is a higher status symbol than the G35. But then, in terms of cost, the Infinity and the 325 are almost the same.
Where I'm from - southern cali - the high school kids drive BMW, MB (mostly CLK, SLK), Audi, etc. Since Iím well beyond high school this should be a little embarrassing... if I cared. The point is a BMW where Iím from is like a Honda Civic most anywhere else. Everyone and their dog has one so no one looks twice if they even look once. Itís the average car and doesnít get noticed. There is no more prestige with a 3 series than with a G35 or anything similar.
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Where I'm from - southern cali - the high school kids drive BMW, MB (mostly CLK, SLK), Audi, etc. Since I'm well beyond high school this should be a little embarrassing... if I cared. The point is a BMW where I'm from is like a Honda Civic most anywhere else. Everyone and their dog has one so no one looks twice if they even look once. It's the average car and doesn't get noticed. There is no more prestige with a 3 series than with a G35 or anything similar.
my 16 year old brother drives a 04 E46

Seriously, if you live in the Bay Area, BMW 3series are like honda civics. Not only 3series, but also the C-class, Lexus ES, G35, TL's..............I know when i was in highschool (class of 2003), i use to see many 3series, fixed up older m3's, E46 1-2 m3's. The "rich" kids, drove the land roover with spinners, and i remember their was a 16 year old driving a 2002 S55 AMG. my point is, theres too many of 3series for them to be "prestiege". These cars do not get the extra attention then lets say the 2006 Civic. If u drive a Ferrai, lambo, or even a corvette/viper (been seeing alot of them lately since summer is basically here), then u can probably get the attention. 3series is almost a laughing matter with prestiege (along with the competitors)

Buy a car for what it is!

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See what it says under the "Mein Auto" section of my profile?

My car does get noticed at night from time to time, mainly because it has HIDs and it's black. During the day, though, no - it's just another car.
Ah, but you are probably used to getting looked at all the time when in your other car, so whenever people DO look at your e46, you might not recognize it

But overall, I think we all agree that a 3-series is simply not a car that people people are going to turn around to look at. I live in chapel hill, where until recently, there were very few E90s. A couple of weeks ago, while waiting for the bus (), I saw 3 E90s withing 10 minutes. I turned to look every time, but none of the dozen other people on the stop could be bothered. And this is for a new body style that is quite rare in this town, even now.

On the other hand, MANY people buy BMW for the badge, even the 3-series. On this forum, most members could not care less about the badge. But I think the average BMW drivers buys the car for the badge; after all, they are certainly not buying it for "spirited driving" when 90% of them are automatics! Nor would the average buyer care about rear-wheel drive. So cntlaw's statement that people buy BMWs over Infinitys for the badge, is somewhat correct.

Where he is wrong though, is amongst some of the people on this forum; I know that I wouldn't buy a BMW over a G35 just because the bimmer is "more expensive" and I know that many other people on this forum think the same way.
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US spec base MSRP e92 328: $33,300
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Oh so close

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Does that mean you agree or have "inside" info on the real price? Or maybe you are being sarcastic and think my price is way off?

What do you think the prices will be and why?
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If you drive a BMW, then it is the BMW that you drive that matters...This is the society honor that comes with our hard earned money spent, whether we like it or not?[/QUOTE]

My apologies in advance for the tangent...But, just to clarify, your point is that it is honorable or even noble to publically demonstrate your wealth. Hypothetically, this public demonstration of wealth could come by means of driving a BMW or by sponoring a cancer clinic. Either way, the wealthy are burdened to either spend (consume or donate). To not spend is to squander (lose) the benefit/obligation that comes with financial success. Please elaborate. I'm sure I missed your point.
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I don't agree,I think a bmw 3 series,is more of a status or luxury symbol than a g35.That doesn't mean a g35 is not a good car.I think the g35 has the least status symbol of all the luxury competitors in this segment,IMO.I think lexus and bmw are similiar,then acura and infiniti at bottom.
Lets be honest, neither the 3 series nor the G35 are much of a status symbol these days. However, between the two, people view the 3 series as clearly the higher class auto.
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Anybody on earth knows what's the 3 series BMW. Ask someone outside of North America about Infiniti G35 and the most of people won't tell you what it is. Mercedes, BMW have more prestige than any Japanese brand, because they don't produce cars for everybody. They don't sell Camry, Accord, Civic, Corolla, Yaris, Altima, Sentra ... BMW doesn't rename their cars from BMW to PrestigeW. Mercedes and BMW are proud of their own names and cars, while Japanese manufactures tries to hide any relationship with the cheap cars behind the stupid names: Lexus, Acura, Infiniti.
Which brand has a bigger status Porsche or Ferrari?
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Lets be honest, neither the 3 series nor the G35 are much of a status symbol these days. However, between the two, people view the 3 series as clearly the higher class auto.
I would agree.
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I am trying to decide between a used 911 or wating for the new 335i but the question about pricing is holding me back. Frustrating as I found a great price on a 1 owner low mile 911 and have until next week to decide. I have a co-worker who is friends with a local BMW dealer owner. She called today to see what he knew in terms of pricing. He told her they did not have prices but expect to have them in 2 weeks.
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