2013 BMW 3-Series Prices, Specs & Reviews - Motor Trend Magazine
BMW 3 series.
$36,500 - $60,800
Wouldn't they say "base price $36,500" even though there are 12 different engine flavors?
Truly Electric Spaceship-Like Adventure ~ Signature Model Spaceship
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It was because they tested a Sig and in that case the base price is $95k or whatever. If/when they test a GP car they can list the base at 57,500, as-tested, whatever. One could also make the case that the Perf model is unique. When they test a BMW M5 they list the base price of an M5, not a 528i.
Twilight Blue Roadster 2.5 - #1098 / Grey Model S Performance - #1459
To my mind the cleanest way to discuss Model S is to say that it comes in four variations (40, 60, 85 and Performance) and to simply leave the Signature series out of it. They've been sold out for months.
Model S Performance, VIN 02595. Blue, Tan, Matte Obeche. Best car I've ever driven.
OK, stupid question but if you win in one year are you excluded from the competition the following year?
What's up with the 2014 COTY award?
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P2540 - VIN 2415 - Blue 85kWh Model S / pano roof / 19" wheels / grey leather / lace wood
VIN06003 | Delivered 03/09/2013
85kWh | Blue Metallic | Tan Leather | Obeche Wood Gloss | 19" Wheels | Pano Roof | Tech Pkg | Sound Studio | Air Suspension | Parcel Shelf | Twin Chargers
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