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Pricing for the 2016 BMW M3 and M4 has dropped and it’s going up.

2016 BMW M3, M4 price info comes via leaked ordering guides. The 2016 BMW M3 pricing will be set at $64,150 including destination while the M4 pricing will start from $66,350 for the coupe and $74,850 for the convertible. The new 2016 model year pricing reflects a $1,200 increase on the M3 and M4 coupe and $1,400 for the M4 convertible.

The 2016 BMW M3 and M4 will enter production in July 2015 and both models gain new standard features as part of the price increase. For the 2016 model year, the M3 and M4 now get standard Comfort Access Keyless Entry, Satellite Radio with one-year subscription and a Harman/Kardon Surround System. As we reported earlier, the 2016 BMW M3 also receives new LED tail lights while its door accents will be matched to the trim, similar to the 3 Series GT and 4 Series models.

The ordering guide also revealed pricing on numerous packages with the Driver Assistance Package costing $1,700 while the Executive Package will run $3,500. The Lighting Package, which adds adaptive full LED lights and automatic high beams will command a $1,900 premium.

The M double-clutch transmission with Drivelogic will be $2,900 extra while M carbon ceramic brakes are available as an option for $8,150. Other options for the 2016 BMW M3 and M4 include adaptive M suspension, 19-inch wheels, moonroof, power rear sunshade, side and top view cameras, parking assistant and enhanced USB and Bluetooth plus smartphone integration.
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A $1,200 increase sounds pretty reasonable for the upgrades that the M4 is seeing. The satellite radio with subscription plus the Harman Audio System seem worth that price. On top of that, inflation basically accounts for the price increase.
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