BMW has slashed the price of its M3 and M4 while fattening up the specification of the heroic M duo.
Prices have tumbled as much as $16,140 within the range, as the M4 Convertible now costs $161,900, significantly less than the previous $178,040 tag.
Meanwhile the M3 and M4 have also lopped off $16,140 from their respective asks, pegging the M4 coupe at $149,900, and seeing the starting ticket to its hot-rod M range start at $139,900 for the four-door sedan M3.
To accompany fiscal adjustment, BMW’s slipped in standard equipment like a head-up display, full merino leather trim, and adaptive LED headlights for all M3s and M4s.
Internet capability has also been thrown in, along with a one year subscription service, plus a myriad of safety systems like lane change warning and a tyre pressure monitoring system.
As well as the LED headlights, the car’s re-designed rear taillights and daytime running items are upgraded to the diode technology.
One-fourty thousand is a lot of money, but the M3 hasn’t been so affordable since the E92 BMW M3 Pure Coupe special edition released mid-2013.
It also leave its rival, Mercedes-AMG’s more powerful C63 ‘S’ sedan, much higher priced at $154,900.
Mechanical details for the M3 and M4 are unchanged, as it still thumps out 317kW and 550Nm from its dual-turbo six.
All M3s and M4s produced from July will benefit from the price cut and upgrade of kit.
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