The pricing and options guides for the new 2015 BMW M3 sedan and its two-door sibling, the M4 Coupe, are out in the open. If four-doors is your thing, the M3 will cost you $62,000, while the sleeker looking coupe starts a bit higher at $64,200 (obviously because a car designated with the number 4 should be more expensive than a car that starts with 3).
Neither price includes destination and handling (*), while if you prefer to pick up your car in Munich, Germany, from BMW’s headquarters as part of their Euro Delivery program, the M3 will cost you $57,710 and the M4, $59,755.
And that is only the beginning, as there’s also the wonderful premium brand world of pricey options, such as the $3,500 Merino Leather treatment, $1,900 LED lighting package and $8,150 Carbon Ceramic brakes.
A comprehensive list with the prices and options, courtesy of the crew over at the BMWBlog, can be found below.
By John Halas