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      06-11-2017, 01:36 PM   #1
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2018 2 Series Pricing Guides and Summary of Changes

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Here are the 2018 pricing guides.

Pricing Guides (PDF):
Coupe -- http://www.2addicts.com/forums/attac...1&d=1497403540
Convertible -- http://www.2addicts.com/forums/attac...1&d=1497403540


MY2018 Cross-Platform Standard and Optional Equipment Changes.
  •  Destination and Handling for all BMW models remains at $995.
  •  Rear View Camera is now standard on all models.
  •  ConnectedDrive Services (6AK), previously known as BMW Online and BMW Apps is now standard on all models.

For the 2018 model year, the 2018 BMW X1, BMW 2 Series, BMW 3 Series, BMW X3, BMW 5 Series (excl. BMW M550i xDrive), BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo, BMW X5, and BMW X6 package structure has been redesigned. Each model will now have a tiered package structure, with single options being unlocked after a specific tier is ordered.

Lines and Package changes:
  •  Cold Weather Package (ZCW) is no longer available, as its contents have shifted to other packages or are being offered as single options.
  •  Technology Package (ZTP) is no longer available, as its contents have shifted to other packages.
  •  Parking Assistant Plus (5DN or 5DL+5DP) is offered as a Parking Assistance Package (ZPK). Pricing varies by model.
  •  Active Driving Assistant (5AS/8TH) is offered as a Driving Assistance Package (ZDA). In certain cases, Head-up display (610) is also included. Pricing varies by model.
  •  When available, Active Driving Assistant Plus (5AT) is offered as a Driving Assistance Plus Package (ZDB). Pricing varies by model.
  •  Convenience Package (ZCV) is the first tier, containing visual differentiation over the base model.
  •  M Sport Package (ZMP) now includes all Convenience Package content.
  •  Premium Package (ZPP) is the second tier containing sought-after options, and requires ordering the Convenience or M Sport Package.

Stand-alone Options:
  •  Metallic Paint will be reduced from $700 to $550 on all applicable models.
  •  On models where Navigation Professional (609) is offered as a single option, the bundle includes Advanced Real Time Traffic Information (ARTTI) and Remote Services (6AM/6AP) which is now available for $1700.
  •  On models where Navigation Business (6UN) is offered as a single option, the bundle includes ARTTI and Remote Services (6AM/6AP) and is now available for $950.


2 SERIES SPECIFIC INFO

BMW 2 Series Standard Equipment now includes:
  •  LED Fog Lights (5A1) replace Fog Lights (520), which are no longer available.
  •  LED Headlights (5A2) replace Halogen lights on 230i models and replace Xenon adaptive headlights (522+524) on the M240i models.
  •  On the 230i models, Power front seats (459) are now standard.
  •  A new bi-color 17-inch wheel (style 725) is now standard on 230i models. Several 18-inch upgrades remain available.
  •  A new bi-color 18-inch wheel (719M) is standard on the M240i models. A jet black wheel in the same styling is available as a no cost option.

Optional Equipment now includes:
  •  New exterior colors: Mediterranean Blue Metallic, Seaside Blue Metallic, and Sunset Orange Metallic.
  •  Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go (available on certain 230i models)
  •  A new Cognac Leather Upholstery color is available.
  •  2 new wood interior trim colors are available.
  •  iDrive 6.0 with Touch Screen technology on Navigation equipped models.
  •  Adaptive full LED headlights with Icon light design.
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      06-14-2017, 01:51 PM   #2
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      06-15-2017, 09:43 AM   #3
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What does "In certain cases, Head-up display (610) is also included" mean?
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      06-15-2017, 12:18 PM   #4
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What does "In certain cases, Head-up display (610) is also included" mean?
I wondered the same thing.
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      06-15-2017, 12:28 PM   #5
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ACC with Stop & Go! I'm all about it.... I have it on my i3 and I miss it whenever I get in the 2
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      06-15-2017, 12:52 PM   #6
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I wondered the same thing.
That section of the changes document isn't 2er specific. It means that in some cases (aka on some models), ZDA also includes the head-up display. The 2er doesn't have a head-up display, so the 2er is not one of those models.
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I wondered the same thing.
That section of the changes document isn't 2er specific. It means that in some cases (aka on some models), ZDA also includes the head-up display. The 2er doesn't have a head-up display, so the 2er is not one of those models.
Bummer, that's what I was afraid of, but thanks for clarifying. It's the one thing I really wanted on my next car.
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Is LSD no longer offered on M240 Sdrive!?
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Is LSD no longer offered on M240 Sdrive!?
The pricing guide only lists factory/port-installed accessories. LSD is still available, but it has to be installed at the dealership (like other cosmetic bits). I think this was the case for 2017 as well.
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Is LSD no longer offered on M240 Sdrive!?
The pricing guide only lists factory/port-installed accessories. LSD is still available, but it has to be installed at the dealership (like other cosmetic bits). I think this was the case for 2017 as well.
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Do we have to wait until July 1 to place an order for a 2018 m240i? I went to the dealership last Sunday and they said I had to build a 2017. My gut said to wait so I left.
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Do we have to wait until July 1 to place an order for a 2018 m240i? I went to the dealership last Sunday and they said I had to build a 2017. My gut said to wait so I left.
I reached out to a few dealerships, and no one has allocations yet. Disappointingly, almost none of them had ETAs either. My guess is July. A few dealerships were willing to start negotiating on price, and then I could secure the first allocation when it's available.

And FWIW, you can't order a 2017 anyway, as they're switching over production to the 2018s.
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Thank you, AbuQutaita. I'm shopping around in the LA area and only one dealership has responded to my inquiry about my 2018 build (msrp $52,970) so far. They said they can do $2K off.
They also said, "If you order a 2017, it'll likely turn into a 2018." It seems they don't have the software or interface to order the 2018 yet. But I want to make sure I check the box for jet black wheels. haha.
Hopefully, we'll find out more info soon.
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I'm looking to purchase a 230i, and looked at the available 2017 models in the DC area, but nothing they have is even close to what I want. It seems that 90% of them have the xdrive, 100% are automatic, and 75% have black interiors.

I'm looking for M-sport coupe (without the moonroof), leather, Premium pkg, etc. which adds up to around $46K. The packages & options seem fairly clear, but not sure about the wheels/tires. If the dealer will take $2K off, would I also be able to get another $2K off with the USAA discount?
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I'm looking to purchase a 230i, and looked at the available 2017 models in the DC area, but nothing they have is even close to what I want. It seems that 90% of them have the xdrive, 100% are automatic, and 75% have black interiors.

I'm looking for M-sport coupe (without the moonroof), leather, Premium pkg, etc. which adds up to around $46K. The packages & options seem fairly clear, but not sure about the wheels/tires. If the dealer will take $2K off, would I also be able to get another $2K off with the USAA discount?
Dealer taking $2k off should be before incentives. So as long as you're not doing ED or something else that is not allowed with Fleet discount (USAA basically counts as a more-general fleet discount) and you qualify for USAA you should be able to get $4k off total.
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Looking to special order this spec .
2018 bmw 240 I
8spd automatic
Estriol blue
18 inch double spoke 436 m , with all season tires .
Black sensa Tec int.
Aluminum hexagon with black gloss high light trim .
Navigation system.
Harman kardon sound system.
Apple car play .
Destination charge.
Msrp
49, 720 plus tax tag & title.

My question is , am out of line for asking at least 3,000 off msrp .
I am also asking for some advice on how to handle dealers demanding 600 doc fees .
Thanks in advance for the help!
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Looking to special order this spec .
2018 bmw 240 I
8spd automatic
Estriol blue
18 inch double spoke 436 m , with all season tires .
Black sensa Tec int.
Aluminum hexagon with black gloss high light trim .
Navigation system.
Harman kardon sound system.
Apple car play .
Destination charge.
Msrp
49, 720 plus tax tag & title.

My question is , am out of line for asking at least 3,000 off msrp .
I am also asking for some advice on how to handle dealers demanding 600 doc fees .
Thanks in advance for the help!
I didn't come up with the same MSRP for this build, but it's close. It should add up to $50,720. Either way, $3k off is the difference between MSRP and invoice, so that's not too unreasonable. And regarding the doc fee, anything more than $80 is deceptive. I'd probably walk away from any dealership that tries to pull something like that.

And for the future, it might be better to post price questions here.
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And regarding the doc fee, anything more than $80 is deceptive. I'd probably walk away from any dealership that tries to pull something like that.
Not sure what world you live in where doc fees are 80 dollars, but around here literally every dealership, big or small, has a $250-$800 doc fee.

Of course it's scummy, they call them stealerships for a reason. You get 2k off the invoice, great, you think they aren't still making mad cash off your transaction? There's no such thing as a "good deal" when it comes to buying a car from a dealer. There's only "getting screwed the least"
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I didn't come up with the same MSRP for this build, but it's close. It should add up to $50,720. Either way, $3k off is the difference between MSRP and invoice, so that's not too unreasonable. And regarding the doc fee, anything more than $80 is deceptive. I'd probably walk away from any dealership that tries to pull something like that.

And for the future, it might be better to post price questions here.
Thank you sir for the help . Todd
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Hi.

I ordered my alpine white/coral red manual transmission 2018 M240i today.

-driving assistance pkg
-premium pkg
-jet black wheels with runflats
-park distance control
-HK sound
-apple car play
-wireless charging
$51975 plus destination. This Sonic dealership matched the $2K discount that the other dealership offered.

Production doesn't start until 8/31. Now I just wait.
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Not sure what world you live in where doc fees are 80 dollars, but around here literally every dealership, big or small, has a $250-$800 doc fee.
In California, doc fee is capped at $80 by law. I went with my mom to get her a Lexus NX200t on Saturday, first offer had an $80 doc fee even though the MF was 3x the base!!
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