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      03-15-2019, 03:48 AM   #23
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Not really.

If you factor inflation, a 2006 330 fairly well equipped was $44k in 2016. In 2019 dollars thatís roughly $56k. A 2019 RWD M340 which comes with more items as standard than the fully equipped 2006 is $54k. So the latest model is about the same price as the e90 was.
I don't agree with that!

Inflation is not that high in the last ten years and the salary did not follow the same increase anyway. This all about marketing. The added features cost nothing, when they are installed in all cars, the cost of production and installation goes down. When I get my E92 in 2007, for the same prise in 2011 I was able to get the same with more options for the same cost...
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Not really.

If you factor inflation, a 2006 330 fairly well equipped was $44k in 2016. In 2019 dollars that's roughly $56k. A 2019 RWD M340 which comes with more items as standard than the fully equipped 2006 is $54k. So the latest model is about the same price as the e90 was.
This is way off too. Inflation has been pretty flat at zero at least from 2006. The new car is actually 10k more. But it does come with way more tech, way better engine/trans and is a blast to drive compared to the e90 330.
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      03-15-2019, 09:09 AM   #27
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This is way off too. Inflation has been pretty flat at zero at least from 2006. The new car is actually 10k more. But it does come with way more tech, way better engine/trans and is a blast to drive compared to the e90 330.
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I don't agree with that!

Inflation is not that high in the last ten years and the salary did not follow the same increase anyway. This all about marketing. The added features cost nothing, when they are installed in all cars, the cost of production and installation goes down. When I get my E92 in 2007, for the same prise in 2011 I was able to get the same with more options for the same cost...
https://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl

Good thing the government has an actual inflation calculator...inflation has absolutely not been flat although real wages have - in other words, we're all poorer on average than we were but the value of the dollar has definitely changed noticeably.
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Just got word that my payments for the M340i may be the same or slightly more than my M4!!!!

Iím assuming this means the performance will be worth it???!!!
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      03-15-2019, 04:00 PM   #30
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Just got word that my payments for the M340i may be the same or slightly more than my M4!!!!

Iím assuming this means the performance will be worth it???!!!
I bet you the M340i will be quicker to 60 in 9 out of 10 drag races.

M4 will still pull away at speeds where the AWD advantage isn't relevant.
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      03-15-2019, 05:57 PM   #31
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This is way off too. Inflation has been pretty flat at zero at least from 2006. The new car is actually 10k more. But it does come with way more tech, way better engine/trans and is a blast to drive compared to the e90 330.
Inflation has been steady, but not zero. If inflation were 0, we wouldn't be seeing the amount of economic growth we are experiencing since the end of the recession. Are you thinking of interest rates? Fed interest rates and inflation are different things. In fact, generally low interest rates tend to increase inflation and higher interest rates decrease inflation. The job of the Fed is to keep inflation in check and it does this primarly by adjusting interest rates. The long period of low interest rates has increased inflation though tempered by the recession.

Also, the E90 330i was a 3.0L inline 6 with a 6 speed manual. Far better than the current 330i as far as driver engagement and feel. The G20 is technically superior and flat out better in a lot of ways. But the E90 330i was a great car with a solid engine/transmission (if you optioned it properly). in fact, the E90 330i had more power than the G20 330i.

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If compare full equipped E90 335i and full equipped G20 340i we still have 10 000 $ difference...sorry! It almost the cost of my F82...Different times different options available, but still a huge cost increase...BMW is moving the 3 series to the 5 series cost and so on...3 series market is replaced by 1 and 2 series...
Not really.

If you factor inflation, a 2006 330 fairly well equipped was $44k in 2016. In 2019 dollars that’s roughly $56k. A 2019 RWD M340 which comes with more items as standard than the fully equipped 2006 is $54k. So the latest model is about the same price as the e90 was.
I don't know if 3 years was a big difference but my 2003 330i with sport and premium package with 6 speed manual was $40,500 on the window. Miss that car. New owner still has it with 250,000+ miles. He's only done vanos seals, CAB, cooling system fixes, occasionally power window regs, fluid changes (the rear diff has a drain plug - imagine that!), guibo, and brake jobs. He did most of that in his garage. None of the G series will make it that far with carbon buildup fixes, possible timing chain issues requiring an engine drop, and likely a new tranny as there's no manual anymore.

Then again we all lease anyway right?
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      03-16-2019, 11:48 AM   #33
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I bet you the M340i will be quicker to 60 in 9 out of 10 drag races.

M4 will still pull away at speeds where the AWD advantage isn't relevant.
Got a quote of 833 monthly! I discarded the driver assist stuff, but added exec pkg and adaptive M, and HK stereo.


Ok. Iím an idiot!! Maybe this was mentioned somewhere but I ordered the executive package, and just realized I canít add parking assistance package.

Does that mean the exec package includes those items
From parking assistance already???

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      03-20-2019, 09:52 PM   #34
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The images 404'd for a couple days but they're back now. I'd guess the configurator is close.
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