Pricing details for BMW North America’s two top gasoline engines that are set to debut at the 2012 North America International Auto Show in Detroit have been announced. BMW has replaced the 3.0-liter straight-six in the old 328i with a 2.0-liter turbo in the new one. From the previous base price of $34,600, it has now been raised to $35,775.
This indicates that there’s a $1,175 premium to the features and extra sheetmetal of the F30 3-Series. The 335i, the most powerful engine in the 3-Series, has a new starting price of $43,275 for the 2012 model year.
This is a $1,225 increase. These will both come with the new lines, Sport, Luxury and Modern, aside from the M Sport Package. The new 3 Series Sedan is the sixth generation of the top-selling premium vehicle in the world. It enhances the brand’s sporting character with its dynamic lines and athletic overall impression.
When it comes to dimensions, the new 3 Series Sedan has also increased. What’s especially remarkable are its wider track and more impressive on-the-road presence. The flat design of the revised BMW kidney grille is also intended to emphasize the sporting feel of the car. This is a modern version of the classic three-box design that has a sweeping bonnet, short front overhang, long wheelbase and set-back greenhouse that enables the new BMW 3 Series Sedan to project the dynamic attraction that’s to be expected from BMW.