1 Series Limited Edition for Coupe & Convertible

by Tim Jones on January 29, 2013, 6:17 pm
1 Series Limited Edition

As announced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, BMW is expanding the 1 Series line-up with an exciting new Limited Edition, which will be available March 2013 in Dealerships around the country and will be offered as a Coupe and Convertible version.

Features of the 1 Series Limited Edition Include:
  • New exclusive paint: Mineral White Metallic (Alternatives: Black Sapphire & Space Grey
  • Metallic)
  • Brown soft-top with silver-effects (Convertible only)
  • Exclusive Light-alloy 18" wheels double-spoke style 496
  • Kidney grill in white with chrome accents
  • Black-chrome tailpipes (135i)
  • Chromeline Exterior
  • Exclusive Tobacco Leather with white contrast stitching
  • Sport steering wheel in Tobacco leather
  • Interior fine wood trim - "Fineline Stream"
  • Door sills - "BMW Limited Edition"
  • Floor mats with Tobacco lining
  • Anthracite headliner (Coupe only)

1 Series convertible Limited Edition

1 Series Limited Edition Pricing
  • 128i Coupe: $34,795 ($32,095 MSRP* + $2,700 Limited Edition Package)
  • 128i Convertible: $40,495 ($37,795 MSRP* + $2,700 Limited Edition Package)
  • 135i Coupe: $42,195 ($40,195 MSRP* + $2,000 Limited Edition Package)
  • 135i Convertible: $46,995 ($44,995 MSRP* + $2,000 Limited Edition Package)

BMW limited edition 1 series pricing
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9 responses to 1 Series Limited Edition for Coupe & Convertible

mr_bean commented:
January 29, 2013, 6:53 pm

$2000+ for a bunch of eye candy?
I want the steak, not the sizzle.
mr29 commented:
January 29, 2013, 8:48 pm

what are the differences?

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SilverX3 commented:
January 29, 2013, 10:49 pm

I can add better after market for 1/2 the cost
boramkiv commented:
January 30, 2013, 10:42 am

That's the thing that separate BMW from some other manufactures. They bring out the 320i for the US market, but won't let you forget that the 1 series still exists.
rmjames007 commented:
January 30, 2013, 11:57 am

i have an E82 2009. #notimpressed by this one.
mr_bean commented:
January 31, 2013, 6:07 pm

I think it's very telling that all of the responses to this have been negative. The BMW NA marketing department needs to pull their heads out of their a$$es and realize that they're starting to abandon the fan base that made them the company they are today.
We want a driver's car. Not "limited edition door sill trim" and run flat tires (which suck, BTW).
mr29 commented:
January 31, 2013, 6:42 pm

i agree very disappointing

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radd commented:
February 1, 2013, 6:16 am

too much for 1 series.. i was expecting 25K-ish
mr29 commented:
February 1, 2013, 5:39 pm

Quote:
Originally Posted by radd View Post
too much for 1 series.. i was expecting 25K-ish
yea 25k would be nice but that would put them in the same class as Camry and accords which we know BMW doesn't want

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