We can sense the anxiousness in many of our M3/M4-owners-to-be’s posts, as there have not been many updates on pricing/ordering/delivery for the 2015 M3 and M4.
We can now provide a better timeline of what to expect. As for pricing — base pricing has been determined and options/packaging and pricing for those are being finalized currently. They will be released late this month at earliest (February is a safe bet).
Important M3/M4 Dates:
January 18-25: Public auto show debut dates @ Detroit
End of January-February: Pricing-Ordering Guides released
February: Dealers receive allocations and order bank opens for submission of customer orders (after Pricing-Ordering Guides is released)
March: Production begins for launch/demo cars
Late April: Production begins for customer cars
Late June: Customer deliveries and European Delivery begin
* These dates are of … CONTINUED
Follow this M3POST member’s great European Delivery journal from a 17 day adventure through Europe. Make sure your bandwidth is free as there are hundreds of photos to view!
BIMMERPOST member Staszek takes us on a 2,161 mile European Delivery journey with him in this great photo journal report where he picks up his E93 M3 Convertible.
The summer months always bring a slew of european deliveries, and we all benefit by having the opportunity to live vicariously through all our member’s posted journals. This one features thorny’s E92 M3 coupe delivery and trip through Europe which took them from BMW Welt through the German, Swiss, and Italian mountains, all the way down to Venice, Florence, and finally the Cote d’Azur (French riviera region). Beautiful set of photos inside.
Our member’s european delivery reports and journals seem to get better all the time and M3POST member masamune’s ED journal is no exception. Follow him on his trip from delivery at the Welt all the way to Venice. The trip took him to Linderhof Castle, Austria, through the Stelvio Pass, and finally to Venice. Full journal inside.
M3POST member RCGM3 shares his european delivery adventure from beginning to end. His goals were: 1. Drive as many alpine passes as possible, 2. Get to know at least 1 major city during the trip (Paris was the selected destination), 3. Get a taste for the Autobahn, 4. Drive the Nurburgring Nordschlihe, and 5. Cost of the M3 + travel expenses less than equally configured M3 US MSRP. Check out the journal inside.