2012 BMW 328i and BMW 335i Pricing

3-Series | November 18th, 2011 by 7
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BMW of North America announced today the pricing for the 2012 BMW 328i and 335i. The entry level sedan starts at $35,775, while the 335i …

BMW of North America announced today the pricing for the 2012 BMW 328i and 335i. The entry level sedan starts at $35,775, while the 335i will sell for $43,275.

The outgoing models are selling for $34,600, and $42,050 respectively.

The 2012 BMW 3 Series goes on sale in February of next year and the first 3 Series test drives have just begun.

The new 3 Series will be offered with a standard package and M Sport package, as well as three new lines: Sport, Luxury and Modern. These will provide an extensive customization program for customer by offering more upfront options.

2012 BMW 328i and BMW 335i Pricing

Customers can therefore adapt the appearance of their car to their personal lifestyle and preferences – in their own way and with eye-catching results. For the company, these new lines will result in additional savings.

Stay tuned for more information on the new 3 Series!

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  • Guest

    Is the 328 a 4-cylinder? And they want us to pay more?

    • http://twitter.com/r3dnax3la Alex F

      You’re still getting a lot more than the E90, comfort, space, improved ergonomics, etc, and in the long run the better mileage will save you money over the previous car as well.

    • Anonymous

      E9x 328: N52B30, 230HP @ 6500, 200 lb-ft @ 2750
      F30 328: N20B20, 245HP @ 5000, 260 lb-ft @ 1250

      So more power both overall and at RPMs that are more useful on the street, plus a wonderfully flat torque curve from just off idle up to 4800, plus better fuel economy.  On top of that, being turbocharged and direct injected a software tune is worth a lot, apparently the 300HP/300lb-ft range is where those that have played with it expect to end up on software alone.

      What exactly is the problem here?

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  • deepgloat

    The 328i is only 0.3 seconds slower 0-60 than the 6-cylinder 335i but will have much better fuel economy. Also, there are more features crammed in as standard equipment (e.g., the 8-speed auto, regenerative breaking, etc.). Frankly, I’m surprised the price delta was this *low*. And hey, if you’ve just gotta shave that extra 3/10ths of a second at the stoplight, you can still get the 335i.

    I’m more inclined to gripe about the lack of an M3 or 335d at launch and the ugly straight-line end of the hood (vs. how the hood flows along the top of the grille and headlights in the current 3er).

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