BMW has just added the new 2015 M3 sedan and M4 Coupe on its U.S. consumer website where it offers detailed pricing information and the ability to play around with configurators customizing the look and specs of the two cars, and at the same time, allow you to roll your eyes as you watch the numbers pileup.
Supposedly, this is the first we hear about official U.S. pricing, but in reality, a detailed list was leaked online in February, when we learned that the M3 starts at $62,000 and the M4 from $64,200, with both MSRPs excluding a $925 deliver and handling fee.
The two M cars draw power from a turbocharged inline-six with a displacement of 3.0-liters and an output of 425hp (431PS) connected to a standard six-speed manual. The faster shifting DCT dual clutch auto transmission will cost you $2,900 extra.
By John Halas