The new pricing was revealed by a user on the Bimmer Post forum. Some price hikes won’t be bad at all. For example, the 2023 BMW M340i and M340i xDrive twins will only cost $150 more than before, with totals of $54,850 and $56,850 respectively. Other 3 Series models, also on the receiving end of a significant facelift, aren’t so lucky; the 2023 BMW 330i will cost $850 more. BMW’s strong-selling X3 will see price hikes of between $1,700 and $2,800 depending on the model, with the X3 M now requiring you to part with $72,900. In fact, many M models have received some of the highest price hikes. The 2023 BMW M4 Competition will start at $3,700 more ($78,600), the M3 Competition will also be $3,700 pricier ($76,700), and the M5’s price jumps by $4,200 to $107,900.
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