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Old 06-10-2016, 04:44 PM
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Complete 2017 Model Year BMW Pricing and Ordering Guides - All Models

2017 BMW pricing and ordering guides

Bimmerfest.com brings you the 2017 model year (MY) BMW pricing and ordering guides. Use the guides to assist all of you in preparing your orders for the new model year. Once you have your order figured out post what you're getting.

The BMW model year start of production (SOP) and end of production (EOP) schedule is also available for you

2017 BMW Production SOP & EOP Schedule

* New body style non HEA SOP column is for Handler-Erst-Ausstattung production vehicles. These are dealer demo cars. Production cars available for order start the following month.

Important 2017 Model Year Changes
No Cost Scheduled Maintenance cut from 4 years 50,000 miles to 3 years, 36,000 miles
For all 2017 model year BMWs the included No Cost Schedule Maintenance program will be reduced to a 3 year, 36,000 mile program. Previously BMW offered a 4 year, 50,000 mile program with new car. Furthermore the new program staring for all 2017 vehicles no longer includes brake pads, brake rotors, wiper blades, engine belts or manual transmission clutches. As is currently the new program will also be non-transferable.

Read more: BMW reduced No Cost Schedule Maintenance

Price increase effective August 1, 2016
BMW has implemented a $300.00 price increase effective August 1, 2016 on many models. The pricing sheets in this thread have already been updated to reflect the new prices. A complete list of price increased models is availble here. Additionally metallic paint has increased from $550 to $700. This represents a $450.00 price increase to the average consumer price on most BMWs.

BMW increases base price and metallic paint - Effective August 1st

BMW Invoice and European Delivery Pricing
BMW invoice and European Delivery pricing sheets are no longer in circulation because of BMW's lawyers. Thankfully the calculations are very simple and get you with in a few dollars of the exact pricing. Please note the calculations have changed for 2017 (read more).

BMW Invoice Pricing calculation
Base vehicle US MSRP (from pricing sheets below) multiplied by 0.93
+ MACO fee $500.00 (flat rate applied to all dealers)
= Base vehicle US BMW invoice price

To figure the invoice price of your BMW as configured add -
+ Option and packages (anything you can add to the vehicle) multiplied by 0.92
+ Training fee of $180.00
+ Destination and handling charge - Currently $995
= Total vehicle invoice price +/- $10.00

BMW European Delivery Invoice Pricing calculation
Base vehicle US MSRP (from pricing sheets below) multiplied by 0.95 gives you the base vehicle European Delivery price (ED discount reduced from 7% to 5% for 2016)
Multiple the base vehicle European Delivery pricing by 0.93
+ $475 fee (this started in 2016 and applies to all dealers)
= Base vehicle European Delivery invoice price

To figure the European Delivery invoice price of your BMW as configured add -
+ Option and packages (anything you can add to the vehicle) multiplied by 0.92
+ Destination and handling charge - Currently $995
= Total vehicle invoice price +/- $10.00

NEWS: BMW ED pricing discount reduced from 7% to 5% starting January 2016


Model Year 2017 BMW 2 Series Coupe & Convertible

2017 BMW Pricing and Ordering Guides by Model

2017 BMW 2 Series Coupe Pricing and Ordering Guides

2017 BMW 2 Series Convertible Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 2 Series


2017 BMW M2 Coupe

2017 BMW M2 Pricing:
Read more: The BMW M2 Coupe


Model Year 2017 BMW 3 Series LCI Sedan, Sport Wagon, GT and eDrive

2017 BMW F30 3 Series Sedan Pricing and Ordering Guides
2017 BMW 3 Series Sports Wagon Pricing and Ordering Guides
2017 BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 3 Series


2017 BMW 4 Series Coupe, Convertible, and Gran Coupe

2017 BMW 4 Series Coupe Pricing and Ordering Guides
2017 BMW 4 Series Convertible Pricing and Ordering Guides
2017 BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 4 Series


Model Year 2017 F80 M3 Sedan


Model Year 2017 F82 M4 Coupe & F83 M4 Convertible


Model Year 2017 BMW G30 5 Series Sedan and F07 5 Series Gran Turismo

2017 BMW 5 Series Sedan Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more about the all new 2017 BMW G30 5 Series

2017 BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 5 Series Gran Turismo


Model Year 2017 BMW F10 M5

The new G30 based M5 will be out as a MY 2018 in 2017. Read more about the 2017 G30 5 Series.


Model Year 2017 BMW 6 Series Coupe, Convertible, Gran Coupe & Alpina B6

2017 BMW F13 6 Series Coupe and F12 6 Series Convertible Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 6 Series

2017 BMW F06 6 Series Gran Coupe Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 6 Series Gran Coupe

2017 BMW F06 Alpina B6 xDrive Gran Coupe Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 Alpina B6 xDrive Gran Coupe


Model Year 2017 M6 Coupe, Convertible and Gran Coupe

2017 BMW F13 M6 Coupe, F12 M6 Convertible & F06 M6 Gran Coupe Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 M6


Model Year 2017 BMW 7 Series & ALPINA B7

2017 BMW G12 7 Series Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 BMW G12 7 Series

2017 ALPINA B7 Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: The All-New 2017 BMW Alpina B7 xDrive


Model Year 2017 BMW X1

2017 BMW F48 X1 Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 F48 BMW X1


Model Year 2017 BMW X3

2017 BMW F25 X3 SAV Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 X3


Model Year 2017 BMW X4

2017 BMW F26 X4 SAC Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 X4


Model Year 2017 BMW X5

2017 BMW X5 SAV Pricing and Ordering Guides

Model Year 2017 BMW X5 M

2017 F85 BMW X5 M Pricing and Ordering Guides

Model Year 2017 BMW X6

2017 BMW X6 Sports Activity Vehicle Pricing and Ordering Guides

Model Year 2017 X6 M

2017 F86 BMW X6 M Pricing and Ordering Guides

Model Year 2017 Z4

2017 BMW E89 Z4 Roadster Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 Z4


Model Year 2017 i3

2017 BMW i3 Pricing and Ordering Guides
Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 i3


Model Year 2017 i8

Read more: Complete list of changes for the 2017 i8

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Old 06-11-2016, 01:47 PM
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Tim- In the ED price calculation you did not mention the $475- fee. Is that an oversight or Not Appliable?
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Old 06-13-2016, 11:11 AM
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Fixed. Thanks for the heads up.

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How about the MSRP to invoice calculation? Does that still remain at 92%?

There's some rumors that the invoice is now 94% of MSRP and have a quote from a dealer where the invoice/wholesale price is pretty close to 94%.

If that's the case, that's a huge change and surprising that there isn't more of a discussion about that!
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Old 06-13-2016, 08:24 PM
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How about the MSRP to invoice calculation? Does that still remain at 92%?

There's some rumors that the invoice is now 94% of MSRP and have a quote from a dealer where the invoice/wholesale price is pretty close to 94%.

If that's the case, that's a huge change and surprising that there isn't more of a discussion about that!
Tim doesn't know yet what changes were made but I can confirm that changes were made. That's about it. Maybe someone will say what those changes are but so far not much is leaking out.
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Old 06-14-2016, 01:48 AM
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How about the MSRP to invoice calculation? Does that still remain at 92%?

There's some rumors that the invoice is now 94% of MSRP and have a quote from a dealer where the invoice/wholesale price is pretty close to 94%.

If that's the case, that's a huge change and surprising that there isn't more of a discussion about that!
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Tim doesn't know yet what changes were made but I can confirm that changes were made. That's about it. Maybe someone will say what those changes are but so far not much is leaking out.
Never mind. I just explained to him what it looks like they did. I replied to you in that other thread.

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Anyone know when the 330 guides will be posted? More importantly, when will the dealers have residuals for lease calculations?
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Old 06-14-2016, 11:39 AM
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Anyone know when the 330 guides will be posted? More importantly, when will the dealers have residuals for lease calculations?
Tim will post them as soon as he gets them. He usually gets them the same time the dealers get them. The dealers usually get them with their allocation for that model, if not sooner, but they don't necessarily have the residuals then. Often the residuals come out weeks later.

If the exact monthly payment is very important to your decision, you simply have to wait for the residuals to be published. We all know that BMW's policy in recent years is to make the introductory residuals more realistic than the inflated, overly-generous residuals they sometimes use to push certain cars they want to move more aggressively.

On the other hand, if you're willing to just go with an estimated residual and an estimated money factor and you and the client advisor have a good, trusted relationship, then just order the car within hours after he gets the guidelines and an allocation. That way your order will be one of the first to be scheduled. That assumes you and your client advisor are on the same page as far as what sort of deal you expect relative to either discount off MSRP or fixed dollar amount over dealer's invoice, plus an agreement on what the money factor markup will be, if any. If you're still shopping around for a client advisor or dealership, then this may not be the best approach.

Good luck!

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I'm confused Tim.....probably reading a bit into the calculations.

If I want invoice for Base ED multiply by .93.

Then add up all options AS A SUBTOTAL and multiply by .92.

Add these two together then add in DEST and the 475 fee.

Do I have this right?

Been anxiously awaiting the Pricing Guide and the news of the 440i w/B58.

Thanks for the info!!
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Yes, that seems right to me.

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Tim,

Did they send you a new 2017 production schedule yet? This one still shows the 428i and 435i going into production next month: http://www.bimmerfest.com/pdf/bmw-pr...n-Schedule.pdf

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SOP in the Price Guide and Ordering Guide for the 440i is 7/16.
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From what I've seen BMW is very slow about updating the production schedule docs. I'll keep an eye out for a new one.

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2017 X5, 2017 X6, ALPINA B7 pricing and ordering sheets have been added! There are also updates to the X1, X3, 6 Series and 7 Series pricing sheets.

http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=916818

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I thought the production cycles be beginning in July start on 7-1. I don't understand how if for example the 328s are to start production in 10 days, we can't order one yet. Are they just gonna start production sometime AFTER 7-1?
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I thought the production cycles be beginning in July start on 7-1. I don't understand how if for example the 328s are to start production in 10 days, we can't order one yet. Are they just gonna start production sometime AFTER 7-1?
I assume you're asking about a 328d since that is the only 2017 328 model they will be producing. What happened when you tried to order one?
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I assume you're asking about a 328d since that is the only 2017 328 model they will be producing. What happened when you tried to order one?
I asked a dealer about ordering a 328d this week and was told that I'd have to wait till the 2017s are released and they get the information for 2017 ordering.
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I asked a dealer about ordering a 328d this week and was told that I'd have to wait till the 2017s are released and they get the information for 2017 ordering.
They received that on June 10. All you have to do is read the opening post of this thread if you want to know how to order and price out any 328d sedan or wagon.

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I thought the production cycles be beginning in July start on 7-1. I don't understand how if for example the 328s are to start production in 10 days, we can't order one yet. Are they just gonna start production sometime AFTER 7-1?
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I asked a dealer about ordering a 328d this week and was told that I'd have to wait till the 2017s are released and they get the information for 2017 ordering.
Let me sum up my advice to both of you guys: Maybe you're dealing with the wrong client advisor? Of course, if you feel up to the challenge, you could educate your client advisor. Good luck in that.
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They received that on June 10. All you have to do is read the opening post of this thread if you want to know how to order and price out any 328d sedan or wagon.

I mentioned that I'd seen the guides and that they were released, then asked them if their dealership hadn't received the same info yet. I was told that if they have received it, their inventory manager might've been the only person to see it thus far...

Out of the the 4-5 dealers I've contacted this week so far, this is the only one to have gotten back to me about building a 328d wagon.
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I mentioned that I'd seen the guides and that they were released, then asked them if their dealership hadn't received the same info yet. I was told that if they have received it, their inventory manager might've been the only person to see it thus far...

Out of the the 4-5 dealers I've contacted this week so far, this is the only one to have gotten back to me about building a 328d wagon.
What can I say? It's what I would call a failure on the part of all of those dealerships to properly handle sales prospects. BMW, and the dealers, are spending a combined untold millions in advertising to pull in customers and then the uninformed "client advisors" (a dumb euphemism for salesperson) are running them away. Is that the fault of the uninformed salespeople? No, it's the fault of the management of those dealerships! What a bunch of clowns!

You don't have to order your car from them. You could order it through any dealership you please. Assuming you're willing to drive a little to take delivery you could order it from one of the several Bimmerfest sponsors, such as Greg Poland at Pacific BMW in Glendale or Jon Shafer at BMW of Santa Barbara. You can get down there in 6 or 7 hours and then have a fun drive back in your new BMW when it comes in. See if they can arrange a Saturday delivery.

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I just checked the database, and there are ZERO 2017 328d, 328xd, or 328xd SW in the production system at this time.

All other 2017 3-series have models with production slots. But, only 92, yes 92, 340's.

They should be able to send you an ordering guide and retail pricing and at least start the process!

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I mentioned that I'd seen the guides and that they were released, then asked them if their dealership hadn't received the same info yet. I was told that if they have received it, their inventory manager might've been the only person to see it thus far...

Out of the the 4-5 dealers I've contacted this week so far, this is the only one to have gotten back to me about building a 328d wagon.
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I just checked the database, and there are ZERO 2017 328d, 328xd, or 328xd SW in the production system at this time.

All other 2017 3-series have models with production slots. But, only 92, yes 92, 340's.

They should be able to send you an ordering guide and retail pricing and at least start the process!

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Michael,

Any idea what's causing the holdup with the diesels? You did receive the ordering and pricing guides, right? Even without an allocation for the model the prospect is asking about, it's not smart to turn them away by telling them no one at your dealership has received anything yet, especially after the prospect tells them he has personally seen the guides online. It's almost like they would rather not be bothered.

It's great that they're coming out with the 330i, 430i and 440i right from the start of the MY2017 production instead of waiting until January, for instance, but it's understandable that allocations could be scarce for the first couple of months. And demand could be high because quite a few customers were waiting for the new engines to be released.
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Michael,

Any idea what's causing the holdup with the diesels? You did receive the ordering and pricing guides, right? Even without an allocation for the model the prospect is asking about, it's not smart to turn them away by telling them no one at your dealership has received anything yet, especially after the prospect tells them he has personally seen the guides online. It's almost like they would rather not be bothered.
I/we did receive the ordering guides and pricing. Your observations are spot on. If the CA's aren't looking at their DCS ("Dealer Communication System") bulletins, they won't know what's been published. And in some cases the sales managers control that info.

It's bad business and bad training to not at least start the ball rolling.

I'll check in with my New Car Manager to see if he has heard anything. I do see that the last published SOP chart ("Start of Production" has 340 SOP in August. Maybe they did some shuffling.

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I assume you're asking about a 328d since that is the only 2017 328 model they will be producing. What happened when you tried to order one?
No, I meant 330s.

Waiting (im)patiently...

But in not sure what to ask my CA about ordering a 330i. The opening post in this thread says the 2017 3s are "coming soon".

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