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The sixth generation 3 series, chassis code F30. 2013 model year 328i and 335i sedans now in production. Read the F30 frequently asked question thread for all your basic question and dive into all the details in the ultimate F30 information thread.

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Old 01-16-2013, 08:52 AM
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The difference is, many less fortunate who could only afford a CPO E90 before, can now drive the same car you drive, your manservant can be one of them.

Time to think about getting a 5 or 7. Some of the smart members here got their 535s at the same payment you got your L328i. How else you satisfy your neighbors' judgment but to move up the food chain?
1. Good for the less fortunate. The more members of Brand New 3 Series Nation we can add the better. The more BMW's that get sold the more $ BMW has to pour into R&D and design to give us fantastic products in the future. Should the day ever come that BMW goes backwards on the bottom line they'll start slashing offerings and cut back on innovation. No one wants that.

2. My neighbors are all highly educated and understand my car's value. And, again, you keep forgetting the fact that to me my 328i is your Camry, if you looked at my tax return you'd ask my why I'm not in a 6 Gran Coupe. I'm slumming it in a 3 Series. And loving every minute of it.

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Old 01-16-2013, 08:54 AM
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....well done.

And there you have it. While still inexpensive by BMW standards, the 320i is still a German luxury car bestowed with all the status and envy befitting it's older 3 Series siblings.

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I also noticed that on the configurator. This is a curious omission, since I think buyers in the target market for the 320i (younger than the current 3-Series buyer) will probably insist on the upgraded Harman Kardon audio.

I am an audiophile, and I doubt I would buy a 320i without the HK.

I agree. I think the HK is an option that needs to be made available. I'm very satisfied with the 320i option list, except for this glaring omission.
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They've got to pull out a few options like Driver Assistance Plus and HK, otherwise you'll be able to load up a 320i to $50K. Talk about confusion... a $50K 320i on the lot, and a $40K 328i, right next to it!
I don't see it as "confusion".

For the first time the horsepower is just another option and something that can be chopped off at a whim for someone who is more concerned with creature comforts or technology.

My mom: Used to drive 3 Series, but now on a fixed income in retirement didn't want a $499 monthly payment for a car optioned where she wanted it, got an Acura TL instead. With the 320i stripper, she can get what she needs plus the unlimited warranty and come in at around $289 a month with a special lease deal and an incentive or two.

My sister: Can afford $499 a year but wanted more options like Technology and didn't want to get over $549 for it. Now she can option-up a 320i to the spec of the 328i she almost bought, cut the horsepower, wind up in a fully-featured 320i for $449.

I know it sounds like heresy to BMW enthusiasts, but to the typical leaser/buyer the ability to trade off HP they don't think they need for Lines and packages that have some value is a big deal. BMW gets off its high-horse on performance, opens up a whole new world of fringe customers and instead of sending customers to Acura and Lexus they actually can start attracting them.

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Plenty more competition for you at the Walmart parking lot. Now they too can afford to lease a BMW and impress their fellow shoppers.
Bring it on.

If in a typical week I see 10 335i's and 50 328i's now I'll see 5 335i's, 30 328i's, and 40 320i's. Most of the 320i buyers will be 328i E90 owners who are happy to trade horsepower they don't need for comfort features and technology they can appreciate. That's ultimately the endgame here. BMW is no longer forcing someone to choose the badge and crisp handling over options. Now you can cut the performance and add gobs of goodies.

In the end, it's only 15 incremental F30's I'll see, that's 2 per day, not anything I'm going to notice. Some people think I'm in a 328i because it's some 'exclusive' car. I'm not, but it still is.

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Old 01-16-2013, 09:07 AM
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I agree. I think the HK is an option that needs to be made available. I'm very satisfied with the 320i option list, except for this glaring omission.
The standard audio system on the F30 is the "premium" system in Europe, sounds much better than the standard system on the E90. For those in the 320i's pricepoint not many of them would have chosen HK to begin with. Again, BMW has lots of datapoints here, not like they don't sell a zillion 320i's right now.

And if the dealbreaker on the lot is putting that buyer into a car with HK, well, they have a few dozen 328i's and 335i's right there for the taking. If you look at the limited options and limited interior materials, the 320i is positioned like a true loss-leader should be. "You want anthracite wood trim, you want grey seats, you want Harmon Kardon, hey, it's only an extra $42 a month. Oh, and you get a more powerful engine too, not that that matters to you."

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Old 01-16-2013, 10:40 AM
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Is this 320 i th new model that newspapers say ws just released for the US on 1/15/2013 and it is $4,000 less MSRP than the lowest priced other 3 series. But the body exterior is the same dimension, etc?
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Is this 320 i th new model that newspapers say ws just released for the US on 1/15/2013 and it is $4,000 less MSRP than the lowest priced other 3 series. But the body exterior is the same dimension, etc?
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One big ommission from the 320 available option list is.....

sport auto transmission.

If I can't get the sport tranny, then I won't get the car.

Bummer.
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Old 01-16-2013, 11:06 AM
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One big ommission from the 320 available option list is.....

sport auto transmission.

If I can't get the sport tranny, then I won't get the car.

Bummer.
I wonder if the 6mt take rate will be a bit higher on the 320 as it can be optioned with the sports pack at a fair price making it a sporty-ish 3 series at a lower cost than the "lines" of the 328.
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I wonder if the newer, tougher gas mileage requirements set by the government is responsible. The 320i passes that requirement. BMW needs more 3 series buyers to offset the bigger BMWs that get poor gas mileage.

I welcome the change.

When is a 316i coming to the U.S.? It would have a 1.6 litre turbo and maybe get 1 mpg better.
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I wonder if the newer, tougher gas mileage requirements set by the government is responsible. The 320i passes that requirement. BMW needs more 3 series buyers to offset the bigger BMWs that get poor gas mileage.

I welcome the change.

When is a 316i coming to the U.S.? It would have a 1.6 litre turbo and maybe get 1 mpg better.
Yes, definitely future fleet MPG requirements are an influence. 316 or 318 could be on the way.

That, and the fact that they'll sell a ton of these.
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Yes, definitely future fleet MPG requirements are an influence. 316 or 318 could be on the way.

That, and the fact that they'll sell a ton of these.
I think they're going to use the 320 as a test for whether the US market will tolerate a relatively low HP BMW. If it works, then we'll see more of the low end ones show up. If it doesn't, then we won't see more of them.

Since we are not taxed by engine size or HP in the US, and the price difference is not that significant, I can't say if the 320i will be a huge success, given that its operational costs are likely to be very similar to a 328i. But we shall see. Since the E36 318ti didn't sell like hot cakes, we didn't see the follow on to that car.
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The computers/touchscreens etc automakers put into cars, which are comparable to really an iPad....with weather, gps, traffic, streaming music, etc. cost you thousands of dollars when incorporated into the car....HUGE PROFIT.
So true - a nav at Best Buy is $129. A Nav at a luxury car dealer is $2000. Same goes for a crappy touch screen display that wouldn't sell for $200 if competing with the iPad. But put it in a car, and fools will suddenly pay $2000.
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Disappointed that the ONE must have feature the misses and I would need, memory power seats, are only available with the Premium Package in the 320i, which forces me into a lot of stuff I don't necessarily need and would assume do without if the goal was to save money. Memory power seats are standard on the 328i, and you can go without all the other package stuff resulting in a car that's only a grand or two more than the 320i with memory seats in the premium package.

Bummer. Nice to have options, though.

My 335i has excessive amounts of performance. It's hard to really enjoy it, so I wouldn't mind having less power. 180hp is a bit light, but JB it up to 200-210 maybe and it'd be about perfect.

What I REALLY REALLY WANT is an F30 335d.

If offered, will be all over one of those and ED it in 2014!
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So true - a nav at Best Buy is $129. A Nav at a luxury car dealer is $2000. Same goes for a crappy touch screen display that wouldn't sell for $200 if competing with the iPad. But put it in a car, and fools will suddenly pay $2000.
We don't want to pay $2,000.

It just isn't a lot of money so we do it.

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We don't want to pay $2,000.

It just isn't a lot of money so we do it.

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People will drive half way across town to save $50 on a $100 item, but won't think of doing the same for something that costs $1000. This is a well-studied problem in economics.
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So true - a nav at Best Buy is $129. A Nav at a luxury car dealer is $2000. Same goes for a crappy touch screen display that wouldn't sell for $200 if competing with the iPad. But put it in a car, and fools will suddenly pay $2000.
They sure do. And they will even state that it wouldn't be a real BMW if it hadn't it.

BTW, on bmwusa.com;

320i, sport & lighting packs, moonroof and heated seats; 37195$
328 sportline, lighting pack, moonroof and heated seats; 42695$

5500$++ difference is not small money!

Big differences with Canada are that we don't have the sport pack and the automatic transmission is a 1600$ option.
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So true - a nav at Best Buy is $129. A Nav at a luxury car dealer is $2000. Same goes for a crappy touch screen display that wouldn't sell for $200 if competing with the iPad. But put it in a car, and fools will suddenly pay $2000.
Cheap plastic garmin is not good enough for me. When you're paying approx. $50,000 anyway, Technology Package is not really a big deal. Either is HK for $875.
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Cheap plastic garmin is not good enough for me. When you're paying approx. $50,000 anyway, Technology Package is not really a big deal. Either is HK for $875.
Exactly.

But to high school and college kids driving 7+ year old BMW's, that $2000 is a big number.

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We don't want to pay $2,000.

It just isn't a lot of money so we do it.

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In BMW's case you get a lot more than just a nav, but with some automakers it's a total ripoff.
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Exactly.

But to high school and college kids driving 7+ year old BMW's, that $2000 is a big number.

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It takes me a month to save $2000, which basically means I'm gonna work an extra month before retirement to pay for that option. So it better be more than just a Garmin built into my dash, is what I'm saying. I think it's worth it for iDrive, but in a lot of carmakers it's just a ripoff.
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It takes me a month to save $2000, which basically means I'm gonna work an extra month before retirement to pay for that option. So it better be more than just a Garmin built into my dash, is what I'm saying. I think it's worth it for iDrive, but in a lot of carmakers it's just a ripoff.
Agree completely.

And in BMW's case there is a lot more value and integration but certainly not $2000 worth. But I look at it this way: I got a $1000 discount for taking a test drive. I got a $300 discount for downloading a BMW iPhone app. I got an extra two months lease payment forgiveness. I got free heated seats. I got free heavy-duty winter mats.

So you add that all up, I got the navigation system for free. I know it's not perfect math and you could easily argue that those discounts should've gone to offset other things, but the car just isn't the same without the full Technology package. The Enhanced BT & USB, the HUD, the widescreen LCD, BMW apps, BMW assist. If you wind up in an F30 someday you'll want that stuff.

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