Buyers interested in a new BMW will start paying a bit more for their Ultimate Driving Machines, beginning yesterday. The Munich, Germany-based manufacturer has announced price hikes across nearly its entire range, covering model years 2013 and 2014, that will sting higher-end customers in particular.

Price increases are enough to get any consumer riled up, but the incremental nature of BMW's increase makes it a bit easier to swallow. All 1 Series and remaining 3 Series Convertibles (including the M3 Convertible) will see a $300 increase in price. All current-generation F30 3 Series, 5 Series GT and X3 crossovers will get their price bumped by $200. $500 increases are coming for the 6 Series range (not including the M6), while the diminutive X1 gets just a $100 increase.

Cars on the losing end of the price hikes include the newest M cars, the M5 and M6 Coupe, Convertible and Gran Coupe, which are being bumped $2,000. BMW is adding $1,000 to the sticker of all Z4s and the entire X6 range, including the X6M.

Prices, meanwhile, for the 328d, 3 Series Sports Wagon, 3 Series GT, 4 Series Coupe, 5 Series Sedan, 7 Series and the new X5 will remain at the previously announced levels. Take a look below for the full press release from BMW, including tables that show both the old and new prices for each model, along with the amount of the October 1 price increase.
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BMW Announces Price Adjustment in the US


New prices effective October 1, 2013.

Woodcliff Lake, NJ – September 30, 2013... BMW of North America today announced a modest inflationary price increase for some Model Year (MY) 2013 and 2014 vehicles, effective October 1, 2013. The Destination and Handling fee for all models is $925 and is included in the following list for current and new prices.
Model Current MSRP MY 2013 MSRP, Effective October 1st. 2013 Increase (Decrease)
128i Coupe $32,125 $32,425 $300
135i Coupe $40,225 $40,525 $300
135is Coupe $44,175 $44,475 $300
128i Convertible $37,825 $38,125 $300
135i Convertible $45,025 $45,325 $300
135is Convertible $48,875 $49,175 $300
328i Convertible $48,525 $48,825 $300
335i Convertible $54,725 $55,025 $300
335is Convertible $61,725 $62,025 $300
M3 Convertible $69,675 $69,975 $300

Model Current MSRP MY 2014 MSRP, Effective October 1st. 2013 Increase
320i Sedan $33,475 $33,675 $200
320i xDrive Sedan $35,475 $35,675 $200
328i Sedan $38,025 $38,225 $200
328i xDrive Sedan $40,025 $40,225 $200
335i Sedan $44,125 $44,325 $200
335i xDrive Sedan $46,125 $46,325 $200
Active Hybrid 3 $50,625 $50,825 $200
M5 Sedan $91,825 $93,825 $2,000
535i GT $60,925 $61,125 $200
535i xDrive GT $63,225 $63,425 $200
550i GT $68,825 $69,025 $200
550i xDrive GT $71,125 $71,325 $200
640i Gran Coupe $78,025 $78,525 $500
640i xDrive Gran Coupe $81,025 $81,525 $500
650i Gran Coupe $89,325 $89,825 $500
650i xDrive Gran Coupe $92,325 $92,825 $500
M6 Gran Coupe $113,925 $115,925 $2,000
640i Convertible $83,325 $83,825 $500
640i xDrive Convertible $86,325 $86,825 $500
650i Convertible $94,625 $95,125 $500
650i xDrive Convertible $97,625 $98,125 $500
M6 Convertible $116,425 $118,425 $2,000
640i Coupe $75,825 $76,325 $500
640i xDrive Coupe $78,825 $79,325 $500
650i Coupe $87,125 $87,625 $500
650i xDrive Coupe $90,125 $90,625 $500
M6 Coupe $110,125 $112,125 $2,000
X1 sDrive28i $31,725 $31,825 $100
X1 xDrive28i $33,425 $33,525 $100
X1 xDrive35i $39,525 $39,725 $200
X3 xDrive 28i $40,525 $40,725 $200
X3 xDrive 35i $45,625 $45,825 $200
X6 xDrive35i $60,725 $61,725 $1,000
X6 xDrive50i $71,325 $72,325 $1,000
X6 M $93,825 $94,825 $1,000
Z4 sDrive28i $48,875 $49,875 $1,000
Z4 sDrive35i $56,875 $57,875 $1,000
Z4 sDrive35is $65,725 $66,725 $1,000

Please note that there are no price changes for the 2014 BMW 3 Series Diesel Sedan, 3 Series Sports Wagon, 3 Series Gran Turismo, 4 Series Coupe, 5 Series Sedan (excl. M5), 7 Series, or X5 Sports Activity Vehicle.

All price sheets will be updated on the BMW PressClub US and BMWUSANews as of October 1st, 2013 to reflect the change.

BMW Group In America

BMW of North America, LLC has been present in the United States since 1975. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars NA, LLC began distributing vehicles in 2003. The BMW Group in the United States has grown to include marketing, sales, and financial service organizations for the BMW brand of motor vehicles, including motorcycles, the MINI brand, and the Rolls-Royce brand of Motor Cars; DesignworksUSA, a strategic design consultancy in California; a technology office in Silicon Valley and various other operations throughout the country. BMW Manufacturing Co., LLC in South Carolina is part of BMW Group's global manufacturing network and is the exclusive manufacturing plant for all X5 and X3 Sports Activity Vehicles and X6 Sports Activity Coupes. The BMW Group sales organization is represented in the U.S. through networks of 338 BMW passenger car and BMW Sports Activity Vehicle centers, 139 BMW motorcycle retailers, 119 MINI passenger car dealers, and 34 Rolls-Royce Motor Car dealers. BMW (US) Holding Corp., the BMW Group's sales headquarters for North America, is located in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey.

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    • 1 Second Ago
      Eta Carinae
      • 1 Year Ago
      Hmm......higher price usually means the competition isnt that good and they can get away with the hike......or the quality is better then the either wah, the 3 series is not.....I think BMW has been riding.on its laurels for too long......and people are waking up to it....
      • 1 Year Ago
      Ahh clever Autoblog..I see what you did there...You pictured BMW badges becuase you know in essence people are buying the badge and not the car itself...
      Jonathan Wayne
      • 1 Year Ago
      I don't understand how they can raise their pricing, especially on their M cars? The dealership by me has two brand new 2013 M5s that have been there a year for one and almost 9 months for the other. They have not dropped the price either or advertised any discounts. Meanwhile the 2014s have been on lots now for about a month. I have driven across at least 6 states and back three times this year and have seen one F10 M5 on the road and that includes Chicago and Dallas.
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jonathan Wayne
        Just because the MSRP increased doesn't mean my haggling limit increased. The price problem would be between the dealer and the manufacturer. They can't get me the price I want? Bye.
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Jonathan Wayne
        I'll be honest I did not find the 2013 M5s to be that compelling compared to a 550. Definitely not 30k more compelling. I am however interested in the new 2014 M5s with the performance pack but I'm waiting to see how the M3 turns out.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I didn't even know the Z4 was still in production. Haven't seen a new one in quite some time...
      • 1 Year Ago
      after a brake failure recall... SMH
      • 1 Year Ago
      Stop the press!!!
      • 1 Year Ago
      Oh, they raised the prices on those pictured badges huh
      Radioactive Flea
      • 1 Year Ago
      Really, 45k for a 4 cyl 3 series? They are going the wrong way on pricing. I think I have bought my last BMW.
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Radioactive Flea
        Guess you'll have to check out Audi or Cadillac. Oh wait, they also charge $45k+ for 4-cylinder sedans. And seriously, don't all automakers increase prices with each new model year? Reporting this "news" only provides an outlet to AB's relentless BMW haters.
          • 1 Year Ago
          I remember when the last E Class came out (2010?) it was actually cheaper than the outgoing model.
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Radioactive Flea
        Model bloat. You can get an updated, similarly sized and functioning BMW relative to the older 3 series, for the same money or less. Its just starts with a 1.
      • 1 Year Ago
      Increases on their main models varying from $100 to $500 amounts? OH NO, that's so much money!! Seriously, that's so unreasonable BMW!! People shopping for Hondas and Toyotas should be able to afford BMWs as well. I mean, it's not like BMW is a premium luxury vehicle manufacturer or anything.
        Eta Carinae
        • 1 Year Ago
        I couldnt tell by your sarcasm your undying love.for bmw........and tell me, if BMW along with other german brands were up to snuff about being a premium luxury brand.....why are all introducing cheaper models across the board from small FWD cars, CUV (cars on stilts), etc.........yeah, I cant wait to get my BMW X0.5 gran coupe carbio.........
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Eta Carinae
          Car companies are there to make money, Mercedes are doing the same thing, Porsche do the same thing through Volkswagen (and their part ownership for many years), all of the luxury brands of the modern age, from Ferrari, to Bentley, all have support from companies which sell cheaper models, I can't think of an example of a large manufacturer that doesn't.
      Cesar Idrobo
      • 1 Year Ago
      Higher prices... same [low] quality. Wait, what?
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Cesar Idrobo
        The higher the price, the higher the snob appeal.
          • 1 Year Ago
          Another blog had a hilarious suggestion for naming cars after their price. That way the marketers don't have to think of clever excuses to justify a "328i" badge on a 2.0L turbo engine. I drive a BMW 52,100. It's better than your BMW 49,500.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I considered buying a 328d xDrive wagon until I priced one out. BMW's prices are getting ridiculous.
        • 1 Year Ago
        I priced out a 4 series 335 xdrive m-sport, fully loaded it came to $75k.. talk about overpriced.
      Avinash Machado
      • 1 Year Ago
      The Ultimate Gouging Machine.
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