Go configure your BMW M4 Coupe and BMW M3 Sedan on BMWUSA.com Now

by Mark Jurista on April 1, 2014, 5:39 pm
Build Your Own BMW M3 and BMW M4 Goes Live

BMW has finally launched the Build Your Own configurator for the 2015 BMW M4 Coupe and BMW M3 Sedan. Now you can start pricing out your own F82 M4 or F80 M3 to see what it will price out at.

Oh and you can see the cars in all the color combinations as well -- now there is nothing stopping you from talking to your BMW Dealer and putting down a deposit for delivery later this year! The BMW M4 Coupe starts off at $64,200 versus only $62,000 for the BMW M3 sedan. Destination and handling will add $925 to that total and the myriad of options can price your preferred ///M to nearly $91,000!

What are you planning on ordering?

BMW M4 Coupe
http://www.bmwusa.com/standard/conte...modelcode=154h

BMW M3 Sedan
http://www.bmwusa.com/standard/conte...modelcode=15tn


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8 responses to Go configure your BMW M4 Coupe and BMW M3 Sedan on BMWUSA.com Now

ChrisJ951 commented:
April 2, 2014, 10:27 am

Ouch...$73k for a M4 Coupe.

Thought there would be more packages available.
tim330i commented:
April 2, 2014, 2:46 pm

No gas guzzler tax! I hope that once we're 6 months or so into production the options and packages are opened up. Right now I would forgo the lighting package in favor of the executive package. I love the carbon brakes but they're not worth 8K to me.
NASA43 commented:
April 2, 2014, 5:44 pm

I would keep mine simple, no packages, 6-speed, sakir leather, add Sirius. That would only be $66,625 for the M4. M3 even cheaper. Not bad. And they have quite a list of standard features. Still hard to part with my V8 though. I will keep an eye on sales, maybe there will be another fire sale in October like in 2008.
kestrelroadie commented:
April 2, 2014, 6:35 pm

Does standard equipment include seat heaters and adaptive xenon headlights? If so, I think the perfect build is just the cloth/carbon, 6MT , adaptive suspension and HK stereo for 65K US MSRP so 60K ED. Not as bad as I thought it would be. I guess I'll have to take another look for 2015 ED on the M3.
kosmo commented:
April 3, 2014, 12:31 am

^^^ That would be my exact build (but I am the pariah, waiting for the highly unlikely wagon).
vishal500 commented:
April 3, 2014, 7:48 am

EXTERIOR:


INTERIOR:









My M3 SedanDetails


3.0 liter, inline 6-cylinder with M TwinPower Turbo Technology
Rear-wheel drive




See all standard features








BASE MSRP


$62,000








Alpine White

$0








Black Extended Merino Leather

$950








Aluminum Blade Interior Trim

$0






19" Black Light-Alloy Wheel Double-SpokeStyle 437 M with Mixed Perf. Tires


$1,200






Adaptive M Suspension


$1,000






M Double-clutch Transmission with Drivelogic


$2,900






Moonroof


$0






Harman Kardon surround sound system


$875






Destination & Handling:


$925




BMW Ultimate Service™


A suite of premium benefits that are included at no cost with all new BMW Vehicles.


4 Years/50,000 Miles Warranty

Included


4 Years/50,000 Miles
Maintenance Program

Included


4 Years/Unlimited Mileage
Roadside Assistance

Included



Total MSRP as Built 69850

Hmmm, time to upgrade? maybe
Dwight_Schrute commented:
April 9, 2014, 12:43 am

Quote:
Originally Posted by kosmo View Post
^^^ That would be my exact build (but I am the pariah, waiting for the highly unlikely wagon).
And I'm waiting for Heidi Klum's phone call.... Although I would be equally happy if either thing happened for one of us. Well, not EQUALLY happy but you get my drift.
kosmo commented:
April 9, 2014, 9:33 am

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dwight_Schrute View Post
And I'm waiting for Heidi Klum's phone call.... Although I would be equally happy if either thing happened for one of us. Well, not EQUALLY happy but you get my drift.
Back to the beet farm for you, naysayer!

But they DID reserve an internal code for just such a wagon, and the Germans don't mess around with things like that.