The ordering guides for the first-ever 2020 BMW X3 M and X4 M crossovers are now available at your local U.S. BMW dealership. Customer who want to buy one or both of these high-performance M trucks, can now get the full list of options, packages and features available. First things first though – Pricing / MSRP. The BMW X3 M will kick things off at just under $69,900 while the X4 M will start at a bit more, $73,400. These prices don’t include the $995 destination and handling tax though.

The new modes will be arriving at dealers on July 13 and they will provide some much needed competition for the likes of the Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 or the Alfa Romeo Stelvio QV. Speaking of competition, the more powerful versions, the X3 M and X4 M Competition models will be around $7,000 more than their ‘standard’ brethren, a rather hefty price increase. More exactly, the BMW X3 M Competition has an MSRP of $73,055 while the X4 M Competition sells for $80,400.

The pricing means the average BMW enthusiast has to pay over $15,000 more compared to an M40i model for the full-on M car. The BMW X3 M40i, for example, starts at $54,650 and comes with 355 HP by comparison. The price difference is smaller when talking about the X4 M and its M40i alternative, as the M Performance car starts at $60,450. As for the competitors and their pricing, things are pretty much evened out.

The 469 HP V8-powered Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 starts at the same price as the X3 M, $69,900 while the 400-HP Porsche Macan Turbo is considerably more expensive at $77,200. The Alfa Romeo Stelvio QV on the other hand, is closest in terms of performance but is also a considerably more expensive proposal starting at $79,995 thus making the X3 M look like a bargain in comparison.

Several packages are available for the two models, at different price points. For example, the Executive Package is listed at $3,900 for the X3 M and X3 M Competition and $2,500 for X4 M and X4 M Competition. The only standard color is Alpine White, while the $550 option gives you several colors – Black Sapphire, Dark Graphite, Phytonic Blue, Donington Grey and Toronto Red. There is also a Sunstone Metallic color for $1,950.

Inside the cabin, the full Merino Leather and Vernasca leather come at no cost, while for a $1,000 more you can get the Extended Merino.

Three wheel choices are available, one in 20 inches and two in 21 inches.

The standard features list is extremely extensive so you can browse through it in the images below.